Friday, November 02, 2007

“The Mightiest Lie Ever Sold”

That’s the title of a Muslims of America DVD that was sent to TV station in Atlanta. On it Sheikh Gilani says, “It’s a Jewish world order.”

All of this is contained in an investigative report shown tonight on WSB-TV, as a follow-up to last night’s program about Jamaat ul-Fuqra in Georgia. Georgia Kafir was ready again; he recorded tonight’s story and put it up on YouTube:

Georgia Kafir had this to say about tonight’s report:
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I know that I’m preaching to the choir, but the Muslim representative in the second report appears to give the same old, “This is not Islam. Other people do the same” denial speech that I hear so often from major CAIR and the major news outlets.

I’ll keep an eye out for any follow-up reports. Thank you for posting these videos. GoV, Politics of CP and Martin Mawyer deserve a big thanks.

I have to add that the Methodist representative in the video puts out the usual namby-pamby lines, saying “what we need is reconciliation”, “all our religions believe in love”, etc.

Some other memorable quotes from Sheikh Gilani:

  • “They worship Satan. They have Satan as their god.”
  • “They are the Illuminati.”
  • “They are involved in sexual perversion and other activities.”
  • “All these things are being done by the Jewish world order.”

And 9-11 was a Zionist conspiracy, of course.

I wonder if Sheikh Gilani is really a spokesbeing for…?


Georgia Kafir said...

BTW – At the end, I like how the reporter subliminally mentions that a Fatwa has been ordered against him.

heroyalwhyness said...

About that dialogue Gilani supposedly wishes to engage in with Christians and Jews . . .see Robert Spencer's latest at Hot Air:
New Jihad Watch: Creating "dialogue"

Counter-Jihadist said...

When I posted the first photos of Aliville in Georgia (one of the places mentioned in the video), you wouldn't believe how many emails I received telling me that the community had nothing at all to do with Gilani. Pardon me for feeling vindicated as I saw the 'Mecca Circle' photo used in that piece. I think a return trip is in order.

KGS said...

I find it completely predictable that the Muslim representative in the interview tried to cast blame on "all religions" for harboring the same anti-semitic ramblings, instead of owning up to the phenomenon of Muslim anti-Semitism.

Also, the same Muslim rep. mentioned that he would "leave all the fact finding to the authorities, if they don't do anything, then there are no grounds for any of the claims".

In other words, if a tree falls in the forest unwitnessed, no sound was made.

lowandslow said...

I'll repost what I posted on Atlas.

I expect the Muslim spokesman to be an apologist for Islam not a Christian Bishop. Did I hear him correctly? Anti-semetism has been around a long time so lets not do anything about it except more appeasement to Muslims? Is that about right?
How can a man like Bevel Jones that dedicated his live to Christianity know so fucking little about the true nature of Islam? Idiot.

Unknown said...

More evasions, more taquiya, more blaming the West from the muslim representative. What a surprise.

And I really admired the way the bishop stepped up to the plate (not).

Ish Qadri said...

People can be so narrow minded and bias. Tell me, why would a 'terrorist organization' willingly INVITE members of the media and FBI to their Eid celebrations at their so-called 'terrorist training camp' (Islamberg). Check it out for yourself on the "Beyond 60 minutes II" video tape and at the MOA webpage