Skip to comments.Bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev Inspired by Radical Muslim Preacher
Posted on 04/19/2013 1:03:10 PM PDT by LeoWindhorse
Feiz Mohammad, the radical preacher cited by dead Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, is a former boxer who blames women for being raped and called for a prominent Dutch politician to be beheaded.
Widely known as Sheikh Feiz, the preacher was born in Australia circa 1970-1 but fled to Lebanon, the homeland of his parents, eight years ago after becoming one of the worlds most controversial Islamic lecturers.
He has been investigated by Australian police for inciting violence and terrorism, and was even captured on a British TV documentary encouraging children to become martyrs for Islam six years ago.
Feiz has been described by some as Australias most dangerous sheikh, because of the number of connections he holds to known terrorists.
Although it is not known whether the hardline sheikh has any direct links to Al-Qaeda, he has regularly broadcast sermons from the groups spiritual leader, Anwar al-Awlaki, on his website.
and is there some reason why a good Aussie patriot does not go whack this guy ? Why allow them to exist and spread their poison ?
No, it was because White Christian males shunned him. Get your story straight.
I can’t believe the radical Imam was named Muhammad...weird.
He was an Obama backer too:
There are literally a million of this guy around the world. If he dies, there are thousands of others saying the same thing or worse. Its not the individual, its the ideology that inspires tens of millions to think this way.
RE: He has been investigated by Australian police for inciting violence and terrorism, and was even captured on a British TV documentary encouraging children to become martyrs for Islam six years ago
If this man is still living in Australia and has not been deported, I’ll know that the Aussies are also a culturally suicidal lot.
Why hasn’t someone cleansed the wold of this preacher of hate and death?
The media, even FOX, refuses to use the Muslim word
Dang you beat me to it. When was king hussein ordained?
The US is under Muslim siege but only Islam knows that fact.
It's definitely him, side by side comparison......
He’s never looked better.
The article says he was born in Australia, that makes him Australian, we don’t deport Australians. You can only strip citizenship from those who have acquired it, other than by birth.
Forget my question, I just found out from re-reading the article that he left Australia for Lebanon.
If the Aussies take him back as a resident, then they’re really committing cultural suicide.
I just found out that he left for Lebanon.
I hope they drone him.
> ...Inspired by Radical Muslim Preacher
Islam is radical, period, so to say “radical Muslim” is to be redundant.
Bill 0'Reilly last night, called for universal registration with severe penalties for failure to comply.
Looking out for the folks.
This thing could use a good drone up its ass. It is an enemy of America, and enemy of the world, and an enemy of God.
Sadly he was born here - he should however be in jail but he is fairly cluey about how far he takes his public rhetoric.
Surprise, surprise, surprise!
And I heered there is Lebanese ladies dat likes to go swimmin’ wit bowlegged wimmen!
Hey, any lurking “progressives”: ‘We told you so!”
Heh. Tough week for the weak.
Put some ice on it libs ...
I swear, this is the Twilight Zone. All this WHERE are they from? BS! It’s not WHERE it’s WHAT they are from.
Whether Australian, Russian,Mexican,Saudi Arabian,Indonesian or Middle American from a farm in Iowa- the common denominator is ISLAM!! Forget the WHERE. They are EVERYWHERE, that’s the problem. Islam is a disease and those infected by it are any race and any color. Cut to the chase here-get to the heart of things. Everyone insists on dancing around it. The common denominator in 99% of all terrorism on this planet is ISLAM.
FACE IT! DEAL WITH IT! ELIMINATE IT!
HAHA!! Awesome..never been more happy to look at a dead body before..burn in hell SOB!
Register korans/background checks beforehand
First we have Mohammad’s horse (Barack) terrorizing us in Washington.
Now we have the resurrection of Timur the Lane (Tamerlane) reappering in Boston.
God is punishing American Christians for abandoning Him.
“Timur envisioned the restoration of the Mongol Empire of Genghis Khan. Unlike his predecessors Timur was also a devout Muslim who referred to himself as the Sword of Islam, converting nearly all the Borjigin leaders to Islam during his lifetime.”
“Timur’s armies were feared throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe, sizable parts of which were laid to ruin by his campaigns. Scholars estimate that his military campaigns caused the deaths of 17 million people, amounting to about 5% of the world population”
Our lesson in Islamic Multi-Culturism for today - thanks to a maniac in Boston.
Interesting that Tamerlane (after whom Tamerlan, the older brother was named) is credited per wikipedia and other sources as being the person primarily responsible for the destruction of Christianity in Asia.
A very, very violent and brutal leader.Kind of like naming your kid after Adolph Hitler or Joseph Stalin. More than strange.
our MONEY says...
Could it be possible???
Are you still killing your unborn?
He moved to London eight years ago...
Feiz Muhammad, who was born in Sydney (ca 1970) but at present seems to be living in Lebanon, became notorious for telling his followers at a public meeting in Bankstown that women who were raped had incited mens lust by dressing immodestly [Strapless, backless, sleeveless, nothing but satanic skirts, slit skirts, translucent blouses, miniskirts, tight jeans] and only had themselves to blame. [source Sydney Morning Herald, 2005] He advocated strict male and female segregation.
They should arrest the iman for inciting murder.
How many generations? If his parents weren’t citizens, then he was entitled to an alternative citizenship at birth. Then again, all muslims are citizens of their religion, as their religion is a governing body.
Looks like Uday Hussein after the final shootout.
I’ver never heard of an Islamist radical referred to as a “Preacher” before. He sounds more like a “screecher”.
He was a boxer, like Tamerlan, interesting connection.
I heard little bro ran him over with the car while trying to escape. That’s my guess as to what caused the gash.
Probably the confusion is due to the author of this piece. He's using western terminology to describe the person's role in Islam society. It would be like referring to a protestant minister as a "priest". Many of them have similar roles, but would never use the word "priest" since it generally refers to ordained Catholic clergy.
I wasn't sure what the Muslim terminology for "preacher" would be myself, if we're using it like the Muslim equivalent of a Billy Graham or a Fulton J. Sheen -- someone who is not simply the leader of a congregation but known for their public speaking and articulating their faith to others. Most of the Muslim religious titles are more along the lines of degrees of scholarly knowledge and judicial titles. An Iman is the Muslim equivilent a pastor, in that they lead the congregation in prayer at a mosque and they're responsible for overseeing the day-to-day affairs of the Mosque (and even then, many of them appoint someone else to hand the buisness end of it, and their duties differ vastly in Sunni and Shiite Islam... Sunni's make up over 80% of Muslims and their Imans are NOT ordained and NOT considered to be clergy or have any special powers to bless people and so on, they're just educated lay Muslims volunteering to coordinate the congregation)
Someone who preaches sermons about the lesson found in the Quran is called a khatib, and most Iman's are also khatib's. So a well established mosque would have an full time "Imam Khatib". I don't believe they preach outside the mosque though.
Probably "Mullah" (which means "Master") or "Sheikh" (which means "Elder") would be closer to the Christian concept of "preacher" in terms of some prominent public figure. Mullah's have memorized the Quran by heart, recite scripture in public, and give islamic advice to others, and Sheikh is an well respected Islamic leader who organizers others... again, their duties vary considerably from country to country, and whether they're Sunni or Shiite Muslims. Shiites have a much more complex and organized level of religious hiarchy (pretty similar to Catholic clergical titles), with the highest level being an Ayatollah, such as Iran's "Grand Ayatollah" being an extreme example of the absolute highest religious authority in the country that everyone else defers to.
FEIZ MUHAMMAD: PRO-JIHAD IDEOLOGUE WITH INFLUENCE IN THE U.S.
COUNTERTERRORISM BLOG.org ^ | March 19, 2010 10:39 AM | By Madeleine Gruen
Posted on March 21, 2010 8:19:57 PM PDT by Cindy
Note: Photo included.
SNIPPET: “Feiz Muhammad is an Australian citizen now residing in Malaysia. He has been labeled Australia’s “most dangerous sheikh” due to the number of connections he has to known and suspected terrorists.
Muhammads target audience is young Muslims who feel disaffected and disassociated from local Muslim communities, where mosque clerics show “a lack of interest toward the youth.” His lectures frame the United States as the enemy of all Muslims, including those living in the United States and Americans living in other Western countries. He emphasizes that Muslims should regard Western culture as corrupt and immoral, and Muslims should not associate with non-Muslims.”
(Excerpt) Read more at counterterrorismblog.org ...
The only term that came into my mind was Imam, and looking this guy up I didn’t see it used.
I thought “Sheik” was just a minor title of nobility.
He’s all over Youtube, an ex-boxer, he’s obviously brain-damaged, and if you add that to islam, I guess what you end up with is a rabid barbarian.
Last heard of I think he was living in Lebanon.
Just checked, wiki says he's now in Malaysia.
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Feed them to pigs...dead or alive.
Thank you Fred Nerks for the ping.
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