Sunday, March 11, 2012

The ironies in Islam

I have always wondered if some people chuckle when they read the parts of the Qur'an that say gay people should be killed and then they read the parts that say Allah is "merciful and compassionate". Merciful and compassionate? Really?? Murder and compassion are mixed together. There is tragic ironic comedy in Islam. The Qur'an is like a gun: it gives people confidence, but it can be very dangerous when placed in the wrong hands (or mind).

Huffington Post: "Officials and human rights groups estimated as many as 58 Iraqis who are either gay or believed to be gay have been killed in the last six weeks alone – forecasting what experts fear is a return to the rampant hate crimes against homosexuals in 2009. This year, eyewitnesses and human rights groups say some of the victims have been bludgeoned to death by militiamen smashing in their skulls with heavy cement blocks.

A recent list distributed by militants in Baghdad's Shiite Sadr City neighborhood gives the names or nicknames of 33 people and their home addresses. At the top of the paper are a drawing of two handguns flanking a Quranic greeting that extolls God as merciful and compassionate."

17 comments :

Anonymous said...

fake news by a fat white balding american pretending to be arab and muslim.

Work harder, your not fooling anyone

Anonymous said...

did anyone else notice he ignores the afghan massacre of 16 civilians, mostly children?

Fake, bogus blog

C.H. said...

Its always funny when clowns like Anonymous come on here to feign outrage over murdered women and children.

Meanwhile, in Afghanistan people are rightfully getting ready to protest and condemn the savage act by the deranged US soldier. I wonder though, will there be any protests over the funeral procession that was obliterated by a Taliban bomber across the border in Pakistan?

Anonymous said...

s.h, how is it "funny"?

C.H. said...

Because it exposes them for the hypocrites they are...

Anonymous said...

You'll be hearing about the 16 people killed by a rogue US soldier for years.

Yet when terrorists killed 500 Yazidis in Iraq it was literally forgotten in a few days.

Anonymous said...

And saying a few days is being very generous. I think 99% of the world had forgotten about it the next morning.

Anonymous said...

so because this receives more media attention than other atrocities, somehow this is "funny"?

Anonymous said...

CH said the previous Anon's fake outrage was funny, not the atrocity.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The outrage by Anon may be real. Anon's lack of outrage against Muslim extremist murder of Iraqis is the comical tragedy. Anon says I am fake, because in his mind I did not mention an American soldier's killing rampage in Afghanistan. It's true I have failed to mention this atrocity. But I have been busy, and I have not posted about Iraq either. I didn't mention this:

"Attacks against al Qaeda's favorite targets in Iraq killed 14 people Monday as insurgents struck security forces, a government office and jewelry stores, demonstrating a continued threat from armed groups ahead of a meeting of the Arab world's top leaders in Baghdad."

Yet I call myself Iraqi Mojo. So my lack of coverage of the mass murder by a US soldier in Afghanistan should be forgiven, I think, especially if 3arab jarab like Anon is going to ignore Al Qaeda's mass murder of Iraqis. Many more Iraqis have been murdered by Al Qaeda this year than Afghans murdered by American soldiers. I think this is why C.H. claims your outrage is fake, Anon.

Anon, are you butt hurt because I pointed out outrageous murderous stupidity of some Muslims with this post? Is that why you are angry with me?

Anonymous said...

iraqis (especially shiites) shook hands with the devil, they now have to deal with the consequences

Iraqi Mojo said...

The devil being America and the consequence being the mass murder of Iraqis by Islamic mujrimeen and munafiqeen? But zmal, the mass murder of Iraqi Shia was greater before 2003. In 1990, within a 6 month period, 300,000 Shia were murdered by Saddam's henchmen. I know you and your peeps were not bothered by that. Nor were you bothered by the mass murder of Iraqis that took place in the 1980s. The levels of mass murder were greater under Saddam than after his demise.

And didn't Saddam himself shake hands with the 'devil' in the 60s and 80s? There is a photo of Saddam shaking hands with Donald Rumsfeld in the early 80s. Evidently the Islamic 3arab jarab were not bothered by that either. Nor are they bothered by the fact that the devil's central command has been in Qatar since 1990, or the fact that the royal 3arab jarab of KSA have shaken hands and have become quite the butt buddies with the 'devil' since 1973. The Sunni 3arab jarab do not suffer the consequences of shaking hands with the devil. Only the Iraqi Shia do. The hypocrisy of the 3arab jarab is intense and bizarre. Intense and bizarre I tell you!

Anonymous said...

lol 300,000 shia killed before 2003?

Wrong, it was 6 million, the bodies are all there too, i can prove it, i swear

Iraqi Mojo said...

300,000 Iraqi Shia were killed within a six month period in 1991. I wrote 1990 above in error.

Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis were killed in the 80s and 90s, but 6 million? The number of Iraqis killed by Saddam's regime is no more than 2 million, even if you include the number of Iraqis killed in the 70s and the number of Iraqi soldiers killed in the war with Iran.

Anonymous said...

lol mojo,saddam killed 2 million innocent iraqis right? ahahahahaha

Iraqi Mojo said...

No more than 2 million, bin Falasteez. That means the maximum number of Iraqis murdered by Saddam & Slime is 2 million, and that includes the number of Iraqi soldiers killed in the war with Iran. 2 million represents a maximum number, a high estimate. The true number may be closer to 1.5 million.

If you include the number of Iraqis who died as a result of sanctions, it may be more than 2 million.

ronnie b said...

A centuries old belief system that has spawned so much hate and horror not only for non-believers worldwide but also amongst its own peoples, that has caused, and will for generations to come, continue to cause, so much pain and backwardness for so many doesn't exactly smack of comedic irony nor give rise to a gentle chuckle!! Sadly, the truth is that this and most other belief systems are 'man made' and nobody asks to be born into one. Such is the strength of inculcation through childhood, it is extremely difficult to envisage many growing up and having the ability to 'reform the system' or, better still, actually break free from the chains of their upbringing and get this not so merciful or compassionate belief system into a real world perspective. We may all be born 'schmucks', challenge is not to stay that way.