Skip to comments.Daily Beast Publishes Hamas-CAIR Operative's Whitewash of Quranic Violence
Posted on 12/13/2012 10:54:57 AM PST by Perseverando
Today in the Daily Beast, the leftwing website gives a platform to treacherous deceivers in service to the supremacist goals of the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic imperialism. Hypocrisy and beastly lies.
"Pamela Geller's New Subway Ads" by Arsalan Iftikhar The Daily Beast Dec 12, 2012
Imagine how millions of peace-loving Christians would react if they saw a subway advertisement during their morning commute showing cherry-picked Bible quotes such as I come not to bring peace, but a sword (Matthew 10:34) or "I have come to cast fire upon the earth; and how I wish it were already kindled" (Luke 12:49-51), trying to wrongfully portray Christianity as a religion of violence. I think it would be fair to say that most fair-minded Americans would be able to see right through the sinister veneer of these blatantly ridiculous advertisements. Now imagine that we are talking about Islam instead of Christianity.
Well, how would "millions of peace-loving Christians" feel? They would probably know that neither one of those verses is being taken by Christians today as a call to do violence to unbelievers. They would almost certainly know that there are no Christians anywhere in the world who are quoting New Testament (or Old Testament) verses to justify acts of violence against non-Christians. They would, if they were devout Christians, think back on what their priest or pastor might have said about such verses: that they were about putting Gd first and the divine judgment -- no Christian leaders say that these verses mean that Christians should take up arms against non-Christians.
Contrast that to the quran verse that Arsalan Iftikhar of Hamas-CAIR says is "cherry-picked": "Soon shall we strike terror into the hearts of the unbelievers" (3:151). There have been over 20,o00 Islamic terror attacks around the world since 9/11
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