Thursday, February 02, 2006

CAIR's all out campaign to push mohammad on America. Will we submit?

Here's the WTF of the day. The "mohammad cartoon-gate" has got CAIR working over time today. I've it said "the islamic world never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity." In my daily CAIR email they are calling on mosques and islamic centers to "enlighten" the infidels on the significance of the prophet muhammad. Actions like these by muslim activist groups serve to strengthen their cause. The over reaction by muslims to the smallest of incidents by non-believers sets in motion the sympathetic movement to protect this "religious minority" and our destruction. CAIR is encouraging the khatibs and imams to share books and included an outline of what the Friday khutbah should be about. I'm posting my email because they have yet to update their site. Footnote (PBUH) means peace be upon him

Proposed Outline of Khutbah for Friday February 3, 2006
* What the Prophet Muhammad means to Muslims
* Aspects of the prophet's personality
* The Messenger and the message
* Ignorance fuels adverse reactions to the prophet's message
* How the Prophet Muhammad dealt with personal attacks
- Precluding punishment for the people of Taif
- Offering kindness to abusive neighbors
- Offering amnesty to former enemies in Mecca
* Ignorance can only be countered by education and personal examples of good character
* The prophet's love, mercy, good manners, and educational approach turned foes into friends
* Turn these defamatory incidents into a learning opportunity.
* Share information about the prophet with your neighbors of other faiths.
1. OFFER SERMONS THIS FRIDAY highlighting how the Prophet Muhammad responded to personal attacks with forgiveness and kindness.
2. SCHEDULE PUBLIC EVENTS such as lectures, movies and mosque open houses focusing on the life and message of the Prophet Muhammad.
3. SHARE BOOKS and other materials about the prophet with friends and colleagues of other faiths.
4. BECOME A PERSONAL EXAMPLE of good character as instructed by the Prophet Muhammad.
5. THANK CNN for their decision not to publish the cartoons.



person said...

They shouldn't have published pictures like that.

In Islam we're not even allowed to draw pictures of the Prophet peace be upon him.

We dont draw pictures of Jesus or Moses, we respect all the prophets.

We love our prophet peace be upon him.

janice said...

Thats wonderful and thank you for your comment. Here's a few things you need to get straight.
We love freedom and that includes the freedom of the press and speech. Also, Jesus is God not a prophet. He lives, unlike your mohammad. We don't recognize him as anything sacred or special. We have the freedom to offend many peoples, not just muslims.