Tuesday, January 10, 2012

It's all kill, kill, kill with the religion of peace.

For something that is alluded too as the "Religion of peace" it doesn't half throw up some intolerant, racist, murderous bigots on a very regular basis.
A group of men handed out a leaflet calling for homosexuals to be given the death sentence, a court has heard.
The five men from Derby are said to have distributed notices titled The Death Penalty? outside a mosque and put them through people's letterboxes.
The men deny stirring up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation.
The prosecution at Derby Crown Court called the literature, given out in the lead up to a gay pride event in 2010, as "frightening".
Ihjaz Ali, 42, Mehboob Hussain, 45, Umar Javed, 38, Razwan Javed, 27, and Kabir Ahmen, 28, have said the leaflets were designed to "raise awareness".
I'm pretty sure most people are aware of Islam's total intolerance towards civilised values, so I rather suspect the men were just bigots with a religious base for their bigotry.
The court heard the leaflet was one of three distributed by the group as it tried to organise a protest against Derby's Gay Pride event in July 2010.
It showed an image of a mannequin hanging from a noose and said gay people were destined to go to hell
Prosecutor Bobbie Cheema said a copy was handed to a police officer near Jamia Mosque, on Rosehill Street in Derby, on 2 July 2010.
In the weeks before that, the group had distributed two other leaflets, called Turn Or Burn and God Abhors You.
One of them showed a lake of fire and said homosexuality was the root of all problems.
A fourth leaflet, called Dead Derby, which compared homosexuals to paedophiles was found, but not distributed.
Lovely bunch of people aren't they? All five men are accused of stirring up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation in the first prosecution of its kind since legislation came into force in March 2010. Something I rather expect was designed specifically to target religion in general as most religions seem to believe that God hates gays, though admittedly most don't call for them to be hung. Nor do most interpret their holy books in such a literal sense as Islam seems to.
  1. Homosexual acts are condemned as unnatural. (Will ye commit abomination such as no creature ever did before you?) 7:80-81
  2. Male homosexual activities are condemned as unnatural. 26:165-6
  3. Male homosexuals commit abominations and act senselessly. 27:54-55
  4. Male homosexuals acts are condemned as unnatural. 29:28-29

I'm sure you can scour the Bible both New and Old Testament for other relevant quotes of intolerance too, however, our society as a whole for all its Christeo/Judaic roots is mostly a secular one which promotes tolerance generally (if a bit too generally in Islam's case) in other words what people get up to and say so long as it does not harm others is generally allowed, though recent government rulings tightening up what can be said and done are infringing severely on civil liberties.
Still it will be interesting to see just what the sentencing for this crime assuming they are found guilty goes. Will a Muslim card trump (as usual) a gay one in the fascinating rules of victimhood poker.

5 annotations:

Pavlov's Cat said...

I think one of them has something to hide.
I doubt if I've ever said "Meh Boob" to a pair of charlies in my life

andy said...

Since humans have both the physical ability and in some cases the desire to have sex with members of their own gender then surely homosexuality is entirely natural? albeit in a very minor(numerically) way

islam condemns homosexuality between 2 consenting adults while allowing 50yr old men to marry 9yr old girls and where rape victims can often find themselves on the wrong side of a death sentence and they talk of morals?

As a famous infidel once said;
"Take the plank out of your own eye before you take the speck out of mine".

Anonymous said...

It doesn't matter what the penalty is - they and theirs have the fervour necessary to crush opposition.
What have you got?

Socrates said...

"Famous Infidel"? No, Jesus is considered a holy prophet by Islam. As is the Jew, Moses.

Quiet_Man said...

The Jesus of the Quran is not the Jesus of the Bible. Jesus was not a prophet nor did he ever claim to be one, nor did his followers ever claim he was.