Skip to comments.Egypt uses “fatwa” kiosks to combat terrorism or spread fundamentalism?
Posted on 08/02/2017 7:20:51 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
As such, the bill expands upon Egypts current blasphemy law which penalizes speaking or writing about the Prophet, Allah and the first Caliphas
For the past two weeks in Cairo, a resistance movement has been gaining momentum against a recent transgression by Al-Azhar Institute to insert newly constructed taxpayer-funded fatwa (edict) kiosks into every subway stop in the city. The trial began in one of the busiest subway stationsovercrowded and overwhelmed with chaoswhere The Islamic Research Center under the auspices of Al-Azhar Sunni Institute placed its first kiosk. Acting outside the law that requires permits to construct and install kiosks, the Center plans to install in each underground subway entrance and exit platform a 50-square foot glass and wood cube in which three imams sit and wait for clients to walk inside seeking answers (fatwas) to their personal religious questions.
Kind of reminds me of this guy. Except that Zoltar never advised users to kill infidels.
All kidding aside, it's a bit troubling that Al Sisi is allowing these kiosks. Not a good sign.
That does not surprise me, since Islam has plenty of heretics and apostates who are more interested in modern day thinking and modern conveniences than in doing what Allah and Muhammad want done, which is getting our Kafir blood on their hands because we oppose Islam and won't convert to it.
The fundamentalist Muslims know this, and kill these Infidel collaborating heretics every chance they get, and will go into a mosque and kill them as they are more of an affront to Allah than us Kafirs. - Tom
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