Ban Ki-moon’s and Omar Bakri’s Reaction to Fitna
Last night Melo found that the UN has spit in the face of anything true and real, for:
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday condemned as “offensively anti-Islamic” a Dutch lawmaker’s film that accuses the Koran of inciting violence.
The Dutch lawmaker is, of course, Geert Wilders, and Fitna is the “film.”† Melo added that she herself would not
accuse the Quran of inciting violence.
Instead, Melo merely found a copy of the Qur’an online and was able to cite textual evidence that, in fact, there are many verses which present the potential for an interpretation which incites violence.
She also has found:
the appropriate response to Wilders’ movie [is as follows]
“The correct Sharia (Islamic law) response is to cut (off) his head and let him follow his predecessor, van Gogh, to hell,” a member of Al-Ekhlaas wrote on the al-Qaeda affiliated forum
If the UN should need more evidence, Melo informs Ban Ki-moon of these facts:
Theo Van Gogh was murdered. Geert Wilders, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and Sooreh Hera are just recent members on the list of Dutch receiving death threats (and they’re not being threatened by the Amish). [my emphasis - Mr. P ]
Read the entire post at Bored Melo
Now, many sacred books have this potential however, as we all know, that is not an excuse nor is it an argument which demonstrates that the Qur’an does not.
More over, Islamic extremist Sheikh Omar Bakri (whom we all should have expected to be enraged by the film) was not roused at all!
Here is his reaction
Omar Bakri, the Libyan-based radical Muslim cleric who is barred from Britain, did not think the film was very offensive. “On the contrary, if we leave out the first images and the sound of the page being torn, it could be a film by the [Islamist] Mujahideen,” [my emphasis - Mr. P] he said.
H/T – JihadWatch