Skip to comments.Islam and Cannibalism?
Posted on 01/29/2013 7:13:50 AM PST by George Varnum
In a recent video interview, one Egyptian scholar exposed the high school curriculum coming from Al-Azhar university, the most reputable of all Islamic schools, showing that it condoned cannibalizing non-Muslims:
"We allowed the eating of the flesh of dead humans
under necessary conditions. It [dead human flesh] must not be cooked or grilled to avoid Haram (wrongdoing)
and he can kill a murtadd (apostate) and eat him."
(Excerpt) Read more at shoebat.com ...
"Allahua - Ach*BURP*"
Visit the Middle East now, and you might wind up on the bloody menu!
Really; does anyone have any insight as to how credible this contention might be?
As bizarre as it is, I wouldn't really put it past the Muchmetts all that much. Morsi's regime is apparently already crucifying people, so cannibalism might not be all that far behind - especially as their economy collapses, as it always does after the Muslims wipe out the Christians and Jews who actually produce things and don't have unlimited oil resources handy.
They'll have to eat something (or someone) while waiting for their next conquest.
Load up on pork! They eat me, they’re going to get a healthy dose of digested bacon and smoked ribs.
Since the article is incorrect here, I'd take its claims about modern Islam and Egypt with a grain of salt or two.
There is debatable evidence for human sacrifice from pre-dynastic Egypt and possibly for the 1st dynasty. None thereafter.
Obviously Pharoahs executed foreign enemies and domestic criminals and opponents, as did all ancient kings, as indeed they had to, or lose their throne.
But there is no more evidence for human sacrifice or cannibalism from Egypt than from Greece or Rome. Actually less, since there are historical examples from both countries.
To be perfectly fair, Egyptian sorcerers probably killed people in the performance of their rituals, but then so did those of every other nation.
I seem to recall reading somewhere that during the Crusades, particularly at the siege of Ma’arra back around 1098 ...
..That the starving Crusaders took to dining on the remains of their foe, as well as any Orthodox Christian they came across “by mistake” (?).
Albert of Aix remarked that “the Christians did not shrink from eating not only killed Turks or Saracens, but even dogs...”
Yeah; I suppose back then they couldn’t be too fussy.
I’m pretty sure the Catholic Church, however, no longer condones this sort of thing; especially as a religious obligation.
I don’t know for sure but would be really surprised to find it in their school curriculum like it seems to be currently taught at these prestigious Islamic educational institutions in Egypt.
It sure is getting weird out there, folks!
Catch’em, Kill’em, Cook’em and Eat’em.
One would think the Traditional Islamists were providing instructions on the care and keeping of poultry or something.
The do regard non-Muslims as some kind of lower or unevolved life form.
This form of intimidation of enemies has been used time and again in pre-history and among primitive cultures, to make the enemy thoroughly fear the aggressive culture.
Islam is an almost total reversion to primitive forms of community governance, using fear of reprisals and threats of loss of status as means to ensure conformity and to maintain the ordered hierarchy. They rely on a combined cultish form of religion, and sternly enforced rules for behavior at every level, with certain stratified levels to which one is born into, and may never aspire to rise above.
But if a Muslim cnnot bring himself to eat of the flesh of a pig, where is the line between that and the flesh of a human being?
This is straight from the pits of hell and Satan. How on earth can anyone think this is normal. But I do agree, that Egypt will collapse if all they have are muslims there. Muslims only know how to take from others and destroy.
Does anyone out there know if the Quran specifically prohibits cannibalism like it does porcine products?
I can’t think of chapter and verse, but I’m pretty sure that the Bible does.
Even still; it seems that under Islam there is a provision for bending Sharia law under certain circumstances, such as when a Muslim is engaged in Jihad or attempting to deceive a Kafir.
Can’t a Mullah issue a Fatwa which is kind of like an “Indulgence” allowing certain deviations of the Quranic rules?
Apparently the 9/11 Hadjis were living distinctly non-hallal life styles, eating pork, hanging out in strip clubs, drinking booze and such prior to their attack.
I don’t recall hearing about any of them eating their flight instructors before they could learn how to land, however.
Uh, they teach cannibalism in American public schools in the fifth grade.
Spare me the apologist blather.
Cannibalism is an integral part of muslim practice, even today and in such locales as Gaza/Egypt, done by hamas, with not even a shadow of ritual except for the incidental blood-wallowing.
Do you want to watch in living color?
The latest moral dillema being discussed in imam circles: is it haram to eat the flesh of a Jew, because “Jews are pigs?”
Their words, not mine.
Other muslims prefer dogs
And there you have it. We only needed two more cultural markers to achieve devolution back to becoming totally stone-age primal: human sacrifice and cannibalism.
Looks like we made it.
Jihadi-jiblets topped with Creme of Kufar.
I decided against it; they'd be bitter.
Egyptians were not muslims ever. Neither were they arabs. Nor were the Assyrians or the Perians. islam is still an infant. And arabs/Amalek have always been primitive. Put them together and you have shariah.
I know how some people here feel about WND, but this just in FWIW (Video at link):
To their credit, it appears that not all Muslims are terribly proud of this practice... especially since if they happen to be considered “Moderate” or not quite Muslim enough by the properly devout, they could end up on the butcher’s block themselves.
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