Sunday, November 10, 2013

Surveillance is sometimes too easy . . .

Fahad Qureshi Speaks . . .

The Islamists sometimes make surveillance so easy that the NSA is hardly needed! In Memri's Special Dispatch No. 5515 (November 8, 2013), "Norwegian Islamic Leader Fahad Qureshi: All Muslims Believe In The Death Penalty For Homosexuals," the Islamist Qureshi speaks openly of his views:
"Every now and then, every time we have a conference, every time we invite a speaker, [the media] always comes with the same accusations: This speaker supports the death penalty for homosexuals, this speaker supports the death penalty for this crime or that crime, that he is homophobic, that he subjugates women . . . I always try to tell them that it is not that speaker that we are inviting who has these 'extreme radical views' . . . . These are general views that every Muslim actually has. Every Muslim believes in these things. Just because they are not telling you about it . . . doesn't mean that they don't believe in them . . . . How many of you agree that the punishments described in the Koran and the Sunna -- whether . . . death, whether . . . stoning for adultery, whatever [punishments] . . . from Allah and His Messenger . . . [-- are] the best punishment[s] ever possible for humankind, and that is what we should apply in the world[? (Every hand goes up.)] . . . . What are the politicians going to say now? What is the media going to say now? That we are all extremists? That we are all radicals? That we all need to be deported from this country?"
Good questions, Qureshi! What are the answers? Especially the answer to that ultimate question? Qureshi's rhetorical answer? Not quite so easy as the surveillance itself in this case, for most of those raising their hands would be citizens of Norway . . .

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