Sunday, October 31, 2010

UK jihadist: Muslims "may say one thing to you in front of CNN," but behind your backs they support jihad

Jihad Watch

Anjem Chaudary must be some kind of Islamophobe: "This is something, you know, the Muslims around the world, I don't think would differ with. They may say one thing to you in front of CNN. But I can assure you behind your backs, in every masjid and every community center, they are standing with their Muslim brothers and sisters saying, We hope the Americans and British are pushed out of our countries, and we can implement the Sharia." Qur'an 3:28 warns believers not to take unbelievers as "friends or helpers" (َأَوْلِيَا -- a word that means more than casual friendship, but something like alliance), "unless (it be) that ye but guard yourselves against them." This is a foundation of the idea that believers may legitimately deceive unbelievers when under pressure. The word used for "guard" in the Arabic is tuqātan (تُقَاةً), the verbal noun from taqiyyatan -- hence the increasingly familiar term taqiyya. Ibn Kathir says that the phrase Pickthall renders as "unless (it be) that ye but guard yourselves against them" means that "believers who in some areas or times fear for their safety from the disbelievers" may "show friendship to the disbelievers outwardly, but never inwardly. For instance, Al-Bukhari recorded that Abu Ad-Darda' said, 'We smile in the face of some people although our hearts curse them.' Al-Bukhari said that Al-Hasan said, 'The Tuqyah [taqiyya] is allowed until the Day of Resurrection." While many Muslim spokesmen today maintain that taqiyya is solely a Shi'ite doctrine, shunned by Sunnis, the great Islamic scholar Ignaz Goldziher points out that while it was formulated by Shi'ites, "it is accepted as legitimate by other Muslims as well, on the authority of Qur'an 3:28." The Sunnis of Al-Qaeda practice it today.

(Video thanks to Brian.)

Comments from Jihad Watch:
We should be grateful for Mr. Choudary - the world's most honest Muslim. You may despise what he stands for - but he never fails to tell it how it is.
Author Profile Page Buraq | October 30, 2010 7:44 AM | Reply

@ un:dhimmi
You wrote:- "We should be grateful for Mr. Choudary - the world's most honest Muslim. You may despise what he stands for - but he never fails to tell it how it is."

'...the world's most upfront Muslim...', you mean.

Honesty has nothing to do with Islam. Islam is founded on a lie. Mohammed claimed that revelations made around 1,500 years before he was born were redelivered to him in a smart, new package.

So, talking about Choudery as 'honest' implies there are 'honest' and 'dishonest' Muslims. They are all peddling the same dishonesty. Choudery is upfront about Islam's intentions, but he's just as big a crook as Rauf and his fellow travelers.
Author Profile Page Canto28 | October 30, 2010 7:48 AM | Reply

I truly like seeing & hearing this honest Muslim Anjem Chaudary in the media, he tells it straight. He should be heard from more often to wake up those people who still think Islam is just another peaceful religion unfairly maligned and one that sane pwople can coexist with. I wish he were given a nightly spot on the FOX network, called something like "Your Cordial Jihadist Tells It Like It Is".
Author Profile Page Robin | October 30, 2010 7:51 AM | Reply

Excellent video. Thanks for posting. The ending was the icing on the cake.
Author Profile Page Mackie | October 30, 2010 7:55 AM | Reply

Yes Mr.Choudary is the honest broker of what Islam demands of those who follow Allah.

For those of us who have been paying attention for years (Robert Spencer for over 30 years) , what Anjem Chaudary expresses is no shock to us as the video is so titled. We have heard his ramblings for probably nearly a decade now.

It seemed almost a little weird as Elliott Spitzer put on his former prosecutor mask saying Choudary would be arrested for his treasonous remarks. Of course in the UK treasonous comments appear not to be a violation of law. Apparently you have to blow up a subway or something before your arrested, such is the insanity political of correctness in the UK.

What I would love to see: Bill O'reilly invite Anjem Choudary on as a guest and than encourage the ladies of the VIEW along with Joyless Blowhard to have them on both shows, no doubt that would be provocatively interesting.
Author Profile Page Mackie replied to comment from Buraq | October 30, 2010 8:00 AM | Reply

Un:dhimmi and Buraq

Your both right
Author Profile Page Ima Freeman | October 30, 2010 8:06 AM | Reply

Why on earth is this guy still breathing? Is there no law in Britain anymore? The only place this guy should be speaking from is a jail cell.

Can someone PLEASE tell me what is it that Muslims and Islam have to offer that prevents our governments from deporting every last one of them, or at the very least, slamming the doors shut on any further Muslim immigration.

What ever happened to laws pertaining to sedition and treason? What is wrong with us???????????????

Author Profile Page Bewick114 | October 30, 2010 8:39 AM | Reply

So far as I am aware the motormouth "cleric" Choudhary (many spellings of that) is self appointed, does not run a mosque, and has a tiny following. Most muslims hate him as well - some not least because he gives the game away.
What is truly amazing is the amount of air time he gets in the UK and now in the US.
Choudhary is a trained lawyer who practiced only for a short time before embarking on his "mission" full-time. Since then he and his family have existed on benefits.
No-one seems to have queried how he affords to travel the length and breadth of the country or that his "mission" effectively makes him unavailable for work.

The UK Government's plans on benefits and housing benefits should significantly reduce his income and even dispossess him of his current taxpayer funded house. Or at least that is what is supposed to happen because this parasite won't be getting a job. In fact I doubt anyone would employ him.
Unfortunately he was born in the UK. Sadly even those who weren't - like Bakri and Abu Hamza - we seem unable to deport or extradite because of their "human rights"
'Twill all end in tears one way or another.
Author Profile Page DhimmiNot | October 30, 2010 10:00 AM | Reply

One thing he said that caught my attention...
"We hope that Americans and British are pushed out of OUR countries."
By this he doesn't just mean Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc.

While he didn't say it explicitly, he seems to imply that he includes all of the UK and the US, as "our countries".??

A follow-up question: At what point does a country become "our country"?
Author Profile Page veteranoutrage | October 30, 2010 11:22 AM | Reply

Wow talk about in your face..
Well folks when our Islamic enemies are now
openly stating we are lying to you
you would HOPE someone would listen?

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