Fasaad watch: oddity in coverage of Coptic murders
Spencer at Jihad Watch claims that a group of “Muslim fanatics” are posting to a “Jihadist website” the names, and other details, of Christians who debate with Muslims about religion on PalTalk, as some of the recently murdered Armanious family did. I find some of the quotes he offers odd to say the least. (By the way, the website referred to, barsomyat.com, has recently been deleted; Internic’s “whois” service claims that the registrar is Direct Information PVT Ltd., but there’s no other really useful information. Perhaps the owner took it down, or it got shut down.)
Bibo 117: Allah bless you brothers!
Here is the surprise youÃ¢ÂÂve all been waiting for and we havenÃ¢ÂÂt published yet due to a certain reason. The damned Muhammad-cursing dog “[NAME REMOVED]” is the big brother of “[NAME REMOVED]” and their little brother is the one called “[NAME REMOVED].”
“[NAME REMOVED]” the dog is married to the daughter of one of the Muhammad-cursing Christians from paltalk. We have postponed publishing this information because there is a lot more to be revealed when the time is right. These are the pictures of the “devil triangle.”
These sound like extremely ill-informed Muslims! Muslims, especially those from traditionally Muslim backgrounds, like Arabs, don’t refer to the Prophet (sall’ Allahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) as just Muhammad. We say “the Prophet” or “the Messenger of Allah” or, in Arabic, “Rasoolullah” (sall’ Allahu ‘alaihi wa sallam). We use the name quite rarely, such as when we are also talking about earlier prophets. This echoes the bizarre suicide notes supposedly left by the 9/11 hijackers with lines like “the time of fun and waste is gone” and what was it again, “in the name of God, my family and myself” or something like that, which no Muslim would ever write.
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- Robert Spencer, Patrick Sookhdeo and me
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