The more one explores this desert cult ideology invented by Mohamed, or by other degenerate totalitarians centuries later (for those of you who believe in the non-existent Mohamed), the more you are forced to conclude that if not for the sheer numbers of the fooled, most governments today would be busy prosecuting Muslims like they do the Scientologists.

Also noteworthy: The name of the guy doing the smearing of the great truth teller, Wafa Sultan, is Tarek “Fatah”, somehow lying, smearing and down right dishonesty goes hand in hand with that name. KGS

By way of Sheik Yer’Mami:

The formidable Ali Sina weighs in here: Exposing the myth of moderate Islam

In defense of Wafa Sultan

Robert Spencer: Further weakening the great myth of a moderate Islam, the slick and self-proclaimed moderate Muslim Tarek Fatah has now exposed himself as an enemy of those who are truly interested in defending human rights against the global jihad and Islamic supremacism. He did so by savaging the courageous freedom fighter Wafa Sultan in a National Post article here.
Luckily, the Post was decent enough to publish this magnificent response: “Counterpoint: In defence of Wafa Sultan,” by Joanne Hill in the National Post, March 12 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Tarek Fatah has used the National Post to present a one-sided, inaccurate and potentially dangerous editorial about statements made by Dr. Wafa Sultan during her March 3rd debate in Toronto with Dr. Daniel Pipes.
Mr. Fatah’s article is not an unbiased report: it is an opinion piece full of loaded terms such as slur, attack, hateful, anguish, Islam haters and vitriol. He misquotes Dr. Sultan and presents as fact a conclusion that is not supported by any of her statements: a conclusion that I believe puts her life in danger.
I am a freelance reporter; I covered the debate between Dr. Pipes and Dr. Sultan for the Jewish Tribune. I have an audio recording of the entire event, including the Question and Answer period, so I can state with complete accuracy what was and was not said by Dr. Sultan.
Mr. Fatah assumes the authority of a mind-reader to reveal what he claims is Dr. Sultan’s hidden intention. Given his first-hand experience of the eagerness of some Muslims (or “Islamists” if he would prefer) to issue death threats against anyone who is perceived as threatening Muslims, there are three reasons why I find it disturbing that he would attribute to Dr. Sultan this motivation: “Perhaps the answer she had in mind was too outrageous even by her own standards: Force Muslims to convert or die.”

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