Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Minnesota and Michigan both lose, though....

.... to Al-Azhar University in Egypt, home of a scholar that argues ...never mind, read for yourself. You just can't make this stuff up anymore.

10 comments:

Shawn said...

...you're not a curser, I assume, Bert...

But that is one dumb ass thing to say. I'll refrain from calling the *man* dumb (and other things), but only out of pc'ness. I wonder if people think some of the things christians say are as dumb as this.

...Dumb bitch...crap...I couldn't help it.

Bike Bubba said...

I do pretty good at avoiding "Anglo-Saxon" unless I'm having trouble with a computer. :^) Otherwise, I just don't know that it adds anything to what I have to say.

Marklark said...

I'd say that the iMam was being naive, but for the example that he took from Mohammed's teaching. After that, I'd say that there would be people taking advantage of the edict. And a lot of jealous Muslim men who don't agree with it. Yes, altogether it is very stupid.

It sounds like this guy was using the logic of the current illegal-immigrant importers: use the available laws to make it palatable (ummm... This was not meant to be a pun. If you don't get it, don't dwell on it ;^).

Perhaps he was just projecting his desire for a secretary into his reading of the Koran...

This is a bit too much. I'll stop commenting now. :^/

Anonymous said...

Do Arabs have a version of Hooters? I imagine job applications would skyrocket.

kingdavid

Marklark said...

Job apps would be up _if_ only one guy was to be an employee at a time. Unlikely.

(I'm thinking there isn't a great deal of intellectual depth in the Mohammedan clergy.)

Bike Bubba said...

Actually, I'd say there's a lot of intellectual depth. However, it's intellectual depth that is devoted to extrapolating centuries-old case law, instead of being devoted to an understanding of the underlying principles.

In a manner of speaking, it's Islam's answer to the Talmuds (case law missing the point of the Torah) and modern judicial review, where case law all too often overrides the original principles enshrined in the Constitution.

pentamom said...

Wow.

Mercy Now said...

Be forewarned, all those mosques that are being built in the U.S., they start out as peaceful until they become a major force and then they issue edicts like these imposing on all people. The one major difference between Islam and most other religions is once you're in you cannot get out. This is a quote from Ravi Zacharias.

JT said...

Wow...just, wow. I have nothing more to offer.

Bike Bubba said...

And they don't even have the excuse of PBR before coming up with that!