Posted November 3, 2011 at 1:00 PM | Permalink
Go fuck yourself then, and take that Jesus with you.
Christ on a stick, some people.
Posted November 3, 2011 at 1:01 PM | Permalink
I would be perfectly happy if you insulted Jesus. I do it regularly, yet He does not seem to mind to much
This blasphemy sits strangely with Spittoon’s promotion of
Imam Ahmad Reza Khan (1856-1921): A Great Scholar of the 20th Century
when one considers Imam Ahmed Reza Khan’s fierceness against those who insulted the Prophets of God:
Sayyiduna A’la Hadrat (radi Allahu anhu) spent much of his time also refuting those who insulted the dignity of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). He left no stone unturned in safe-guarding the dignity and integrity of Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), in spite of being personally attacked by the misguided. These personal attacks did not bother him in the least bit!
So why on earth would Spittoon promote him? The answer is in the headings of the article:
1) Support for colonialism ” At no point do any of the posts in the sample criticise the actions of the Israeli Government. The fact of the Israeli occupation of Gaza and the West Bank is only mentioned once in a quote provided as evidence of the speaker who ‘openly called for Jihad’.  Similarly the posts make no criticism of the invasion and occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan by the British and US Governments”:
British India Dar al-Harb or Dar al-Islam?
According to Imam Ahmad Reza Khan’s fatwa, India under British rule was still Dar al-Islam (land of Islam).
In the article they say:
This fatwa is also supported and approved of today by the likes of Sheikh Nuh Keller, it can be found in his translation of ‘Reliance of the traveller’, whilst Deobandi scholars gave different and contradictory opinions.
Reliance of the traveller …Please remember that
2) Attacks on political Islam:
Was the Ottoman Empire a Caliphate?
Imam Ahmad Reza khan rejected the claim that the Ottoman Sultan was the Khalifa (Caliph) of all Muslims.
But what does the Reliance of the Traveller, just quoted by Spittoon say on this subject:
Husain’s name-dropping of Hanson and Keller, in particular, seems to be opportunism based on assumptions that are false. Firstly, his definition and rejection of ‘political Islam’ does not hold up to analysis from Nuh Keller’s compendium Reliance of the Traveller, which received a confirmatory certificate from al-Azhar University, whom Husain calls ‘arguably the highest authority on Muslim scripture’. Nuh Keller adds a section entitled ‘The Caliphate [al-khilafah]’ to the original legal manual that he translated (which is called ‘Umdat as-salik). Keller explains his inclusion as follows:
This section has been added here by the translator because the caliphate is both obligatory in itself and the necessary precondition for hundreds of rulings (books k through o) established by Allah Most High to govern and guide Islamic community life.
Another Spittoon fail….
3) Sowing dissension amongst Muslims
On Wahhabis and Deobandis
Wahhabis are commonly referred to as followers of Abdul Wahhab Najdi. Imam Ahmad Reza Khan took a strict stance against Wahhabis and accused them of Kufr (disbelief). In his opinion the Wahhabis as well as the Deobandis are the present day Khawarij:
4) However we get the real reason at the end:
Today his followers are known as the ‘Ahle Sunnah wal Jammah’ and make up over 50% of the total Muslim population in the Indian subcontinent. They also make up the majority of Muslims in the UK. The fact that the overwhelming body of British Muslims are Barelwis proves how wrong the government has been to flirt with Islamist outfits like the Muslim Council of Britain, MINAB and East London Mosque.
those last three groups being run by the Jamaat-e-Islami who of course rightly killed Faisal Gazi’s Khawarij Uncle.…
The personal is indeed political!!.