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May 19, 2007

'There is nothing in the Qur'an that violates human rights'

It's hard to know whether to call such a statement naivite', dhimmitude, ignorance, or all three:

"What we really wanted people to get out of our Philosophy Tea was that Islam is not a violent religion. There is nothing in the Qur'an that violates human rights. It is the interpretation and the governments that use Islam as a blanket to cover their crimes and violations," ...
The quote is from an article titled "Jihad and human rights" about a Philosophy Tea held by senior Amy Servantez and junior Courtney McGarry at Buena Vista University in Iowa. Their goal was to clarify any misconceptions that people had about the Islam religion. They failed miserably:
Since the terrorist attacks on September 11, Americans have strived to put together some understanding of why it happened and how to prevent it from happening again.

While doing this some Americans have developed stereotypes and wrong ways of thinking about Islam.

On Tuesday, Wood's House hosted a Philosophy Tea entitled, "Jihad and Human Rights" held by senior Amy Servantez and junior Courtney McGarry. Their goal was to clarify any misconceptions that people had about the Islam religion.

"...There is nothing in the Qur'an that violates human rights. It is the interpretation and the governments that use Islam as a blanket to cover their crimes and violations," Servantez said....

Sounds as though someone forgot to read the Koran ...

The "tea sippers" also forgot to ask the Islamists:

Islam: Jihad in the West (1of 2)




Islam: Jihad in the West (2of 2)



"Annihilation of U.S Islam'll take over the world" part 1 of 2




"Annihilation of U.S Islam'll take over the world" part 2 of 2




Interesting and related: They want to kill us all .... Forget the 'root causes', says Mark Steyn. The massacre in Bali was part of the continuing Islamofascist war against the West, and those who ignore it are sleepwalking to national suicide

Cross posted from Hyscience



Posted by Richard at May 19, 2007 12:57 PM





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