Tuesday, August 16, 2005


According to this post muslim extremist do not interpret "innocent lives" the way most of us normally would.
Non-Muslims can be forgiven if they assume the reference to "innocent lives" includes those traveling on the Underground and bus lines in London earlier in the month.

So when the clerics issue a fatwa condeming the killing of innocents they are not refering to non-muslims, at least according to the islamist.
Omar Bakri Mohammed, the sect's leader, who publicly condemned the deaths of "innocents," but at the Selby Centre in Wood Green, north London, on July 22 referred to the 7/7 bombers as the "fantastic four" and explained that his grief for the "innocent" applied only to Muslims. "Yes I condemn killing any innocent people, but not any kuffar."

Kuffar is another word for infidel.

The fatwas are meaningless.

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