Tuesday, February 28, 2012

No Quran in Spain

Petición Prohibir el Corán en España

A Pakistani apostate now resident in Spain wants the Spanish government to ban the Koran. Below is the message we received yesterday from “Imran Firasat”, the owner of the Spanish website World without Islam:

I have formally asked the Spanish government through a legal petition for the prohibition of the Quran in Spain.

Many newspapers from Spain and some other European countries have published this news. I would like to request you to publish this very important and necessary news on your website please. We have to help each other in our fight against the Islamic dragon.

My petition calling for the prohibition of Quran is the sign of a grand revolution which we shall bring together against Islam. With this email I send you scans of the petition presented to the numerous institutions of Spanish Government. And below here I send you some links of media which published this news, and then after the links you can find the English translation of the news.

1. Un pakistaní afincado en España pide formalmente “la prohibición del Corán”
2. Un refugiado pakistaní residente en España pide la prohibición del Corán por incitar al odio y la violencia
3. Pakistansk flygtning opfordrer til at Koranen skal forbydes

The English translation of the news:

A Pakistani settled in Spain asks formally “the prohibition of Quran”

“Imran Firasat” A Pakistani citizen with legal residence in Spain as a political refugee has presented an official petition to the numerous institutions of the Spanish government calling for the prohibition of the Quran.

Imran has formally sent the petition to the President of Spain, Parliament of Spain, ministry of the exterior and also to the ministry of the interior. A copy of the petition is attached at the end of this news.

In the document presented to the government of Spain, Imran reveals 10 points which will support his petition for banning the Quran:

1. The Quran is not a sacred and religious book, but a violent book, full of hatred and discrimination.
2. The Quran is a horrible book which provokes a community calls Muslims to undertake Jihad, kill innocent people and destroy the peace of the world.
3. The Quran is responsible for all the terrorism we have seen in recent years in which thousands of people lost their lives.
4. The Quran is a book which contains evil teachings and forces its believers to capture the entire world and total power at any price.
5. The Quran is a book which legally permits and incites hatred and violence and for that reason it is not compatible with the modern world including Spain.
6. The Quran is a book which directly discriminates between human beings.
7. The Quran is a book which doesn’t allow freedom of expression nor religious freedom.
8. The Quran is a book which causes women to suffer and be tortured by means of its being full of injustice and macho laws.
9. The Quran is a book which rather than teaching unity, teaches disunity and in this way it doesn’t allow its believers to form friendships with those who are not Muslims, because in the eyes of Quran they are infidels.
10. The Quran is a major threat to the free society of Spain. A book which clearly preach the messages of Jihad, killing, hate, discrimination and revenge. For that reason it can’t be compatible with the Spanish system in any sense. It is a book totally contrary to what the law and constitution of Spain say and it incites hatred and violence in our country.


66chevelle said...

Obviously, an Islamophobic racist.

Qualis Rex said...

The irony is the Spanish, once admitedly the strongest most dedicated defenders of Christendom in Europe against the Mohammedan invader has now become an effete, left-wing, socially inept people who roll-over to the Mohammedan at every turn. It takes a former Mohammedan (God bless him) from Pakistan to lead the way in their own country.

Andrej Turjaski said...

El Cid would be proud of this former Muslim.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is interesting. In perilous times, unlikely, unknown people of courage do seem to emerge sometimes. For example, in 1855 who would have thought that an obscure country lawyer from Illinois would emerge and lead America through the tumultuous Civil War? And not only that, but Abraham Lincoln became an almost Christ-like figure who sacrificed his very life for the country he loved.

Errbe said...


Of course the Quran should not be forbidden. It should be scrutinized, so that all the killing it urges the believers to will be revealed to everybody.

Its creation by writers one hundred years after Muhammeds death should be discussed with some scientific research to the possibility that most of it was authored to please the ruling despots of that time.

It is the perfect tool to subdue the subjects of a tyranny.

The Dane said...

God bless Imran Firasat for his initiative.

Konservator said...

No books should be banned, neither the Koran, nor Mein Kampf, nor the Communist Manifesto, as long as Spain claims to be a democracy. The Pakistani gentleman may be an apostate from Islam, but he's obviously not an apostate from Pakistani culture.

I prefer to be able to be allowed to read whatever I wish to read. If I wasn't allowed to read the Koran myself, instead of just relying on reading MSM's officially sanctioned and benevolent interpretations of its "peace and tolerance", then I couldn't honestly be opposed to just about everything that's written in the Koran.

Hermes said...

Errbe: you're right in a way. The Quran, along with the Sira and the hadiths, should not be forbidden until having thoroughly explained their evil message to the public. People should understand how a wicked and evil political ideology they portray before it disappears. And by the way, it would be more easy to ban them if the majority of the population had a correct understanding of their filthy nature. People would call en masse to ban it.

Any forbidden book becomes a cult item, and people who are not aquainted with Islam would find it even more exciting. Just like Karl marx's "El Capital" was forbidden in Spain during the rule of Franco, and people secretly gathered to read it. The fact that something is forbidden adds a special "glamour" to it. It's just human psychology.

Anonymous said...

You are EXTREMELY misinformed about the Quran and its meaning. If you are as worried as you seem, go to someone who has actual knowledge of the Quran and express your issues. They will set you at ease.

Anonymous said...

Ah Anon, You and we both know that we are EXTREMELY informed about the Koran, hadiths, and sura - and anyone who reads the Koran, hadiths, and sura MUST become an extremist for or against Islam.

Evil people become extremists for Islam.

Good people become extremists against Islam.

The problem with Islam is that Mohammed was an evil con man who purposely lied about 'peace' at the beginning of his 'career' to obtain total power which he used to spread violence and murder for the rest of history - even after his death.

Because violent ideas conflict with peaceful ideas and Muslims WANT to be violent and murderous, Muslim imam theologians invented and entrenched the theology of ABROGATION whereby later violent ideas invalidate and overrule any earlier peaceful ideas.