It’s Islamic imperialism, the koran is the empire’s constitution, Arab supremacism the vehicle by which it all got started…
The ‘Racial’ and ‘Blood’ Superiority of Muslims
“Call it racism… but of course the blood of the Muslim is superior.”
“My life is worth more than his life.” Such is the seemingly odd explanation that a Muslim man of African origins gave for mutilating and nearly killing a police officer with a machete, after the latter stopped him in a routine traffic stop in the UK. According to the January 15 report,
A hero police officer suffered multiple skull fractures when an uninsured white van man tried to murder him in a savage machete attack, a court heard.
PC Stuart Outten, 29, was severely injured and may have been killed had he not managed [to] bring down Muhammad Rodwan, 56, with his Taser, the Old Bailey was told.
After being arrested, Rodwan allegedly claimed he acted in self defence, and said: “My life is worth more than his life.”
Although the report cannot help but connect this strange remark with the act of self-defense—how else to make sense of it?—the assertion’s lineage in Islam is far less mundane. Indeed, a very similar precedent concerning African Muslims who slaughtered an American in Sudan sheds some light. According to a 2009 report:
The court had sentenced the men [originally four] to death in June for killing [American diplomat John] Granville and his driver in January 2008, but the sentence was cancelled in August after [the Muslim driver] Abbas’s father forgave the men.
Under Islamic law, the victim’s family has the right to forgive the murderer, ask for compensation (fedia) or demand execution.
Granville’s mother, Jane Granville, at the time had asked for the men’s execution, but her letter was rejected because it was not notarized.
The judge said the sentence was confirmed because Granville’s family, from Buffalo, in northern New York State, had requested it.
Suddenly, however, in 2010 the four men convicted of murder, “escaped from a maximum security prison” in Khartoum, to quote the U.S. State Department. One of the men, Abdul Ra’uf Abu Zaid Muhammad Hamza, was recaptured and placed on death row.