Inter faith dialogue beyond belief
Is BBC's islamofascist muslim Sharia presenter Mishal Husain also in love with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed?
When naive confusion meets evil confusion
The alleged quotes below are gathered and edited from different second hand sources. However, there's little to indicate they aren't true. When can we see the full 27 page letter?
An exchange of letters between a 25 year old care worker, Rory Green, from Nottingham UK and the alleged architect of the 9/11 attacks offers an unprecedented insight not only into the mind of one of the world's most notorious muslims but also, and perhaps even scarier, into the mind of a Christian apologetic.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 49, whom muslim born Obama decided to keep in Guantanamo Bay (you know, the place he promised to shut down immediately after becoming "president"), has allegedly confessed to a career of islamofascist atrocities. Captured in hiding in Pakistan in 2003, Mohammed is accused of murder, hijacking and terrorism (seems to closely follow an other Mohammed 1400 years ago) and faces the death sentence if convicted in a military court (why didn't Obama just shoot him as he did with Osama bin Laden?). Mohammed's military lawyer, Major Derek Poteet: "I believe Mr Mohammed was touched by Mr Green's letter and wanted to respond to share his own faith. It will surprise some to see this respectful dialogue between two humans who are concerned about each other's souls." Klevius addition: And islam!
Rory Green began the correspondence when he was studying at Wingate University in North Carolina in 2011 after reading a newspaper article about Khalid Mohammed.
Two years later, Green he received a 27-page reply, teaching him why islam is better than Christianity.
In his letter to Rory Green, Mohammed wrote: "I appreciate your deep concern regarding my worldly and hereafter life ... You asked me to repent from my sins. For your own information, I never stop." Klevius comment: Let me guess. Mohammed never stops repenting he didn't cause more havoc and suffering among the infidels in his service for islam.
Mohammed wrote that he, too, had been a student in North Carolina, at a Southern Baptist (sic) college and then at the state's Agricultural and Technical University.
Mohammed: "If there are six billion people who believe in Darwinism and believe that there is no God; they also believe that Moses' and Jesus' (Peace Be Upon Them) stories are old wives' tales. But there are only two billion people who believe that the beliefs of six billion people are wrong. This doesn't mean the convictions and perceptions of six billion people are true, because truth is not measured by majority. It could be that the convictions of the whole world are false and the conviction of one man is true." Klevius comment: Klevius?!
Mohammed: "I think you are a smart student who has read the history of Europe in the Dark Ages and the story of Galileo, when the whole of Europe used to believe that the Earth is the centre of the Universe and all the stars including the Sun circled the Earth; but only poor Galileo was saying something else, that it was the Earth which circled the Sun." He also offers a critique of the sex scandals which have plagued the Catholic Church. The Bible contains some "immoral vulgar sex stories", he writes. "How can any normal unmarried young man read these stories and stay in a closed area with nuns and pretty, nice children – and in the bad sexualised environment in the West – without excitement or stirring up their normal sexual instincts?"
Klevius comment: Have no idea but personally I've never had any problems with it despite my capability to have sex whenever and within a matter of seconds if needed! So for me such talk belongs to rapetivism, i.e. a sex segregated excuse for sexual abuse. Moreover, as I've repeatedly said, the West has proven beyond doubt that ordinary men have no problem with girls/women running around in whatever cloths or without. This islamic excuse is just pathetic.
Mohammed: "We live in two different worlds; the world of Christianity and the world of islam. That means we are not on the same page; we have … many different perceptions and convictions regarding the seen and the unseen world."
Klevius translation: A nice way of telling Rory that his Christianity is b------t.
A devout Christian, Rory Green wrote: "I am not here to trick you, [or] make you feel worse than anybody in the world. There is hope in forgiveness through Jesus Christ."
However, Mohammed compares the Bible's view on murder to that of the Qur'an, quoting the latter as saying: "We decreed upon the children of Israel that whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption* (done) in the land – it is as if he had slain mankind entirely."
* 'Soul' in islam terminology means a "true" muslim man, and 'corruption' means a "wrong" muslim or infidel!
Rory Green: "I am not surprised by [the letter]. But I am in the sense that it is a very pleasant, very polite letter. He is obviously an educated individual, an intellectual. It must be so lonely in that prison. I just had this compassion for him. I thought this man needs Jesus as much as the average Joe – who else is going to reach out to this man with love and prayers?"
Klevius comment: Muslim imams etc invited to participate in BBC's and other media propaganda for islamofascism are ALWAYS very pleasant, and very polite, just like Khalid Mohammed! That's part of the tactics.
Rory Green: "I think terrorism is disgusting and senseless. If he is guilty, I pray for justice to be done, whatever that looks like to the courts. But this man is in a serious life-threatening situation. I just want to build a relationship, be his friend, talk to him more about his faith."
Klevius comment: 'Justice to be done, whatever that looks like'. Sharia?! And guilty by whom? Obama denied him the right to a normal court so he will face a military court, which fact clearly shows that Obama's "Overseas Contingency Operation" is exactly synonymous with US' last president George W Bush's "War against terror". Moreover, according to islam he has done nothing wrong but rather performed as a true muslim. A muslim terrorist is an oxymoron in islam!
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Rory Green, Mishal Husain,
And the Saudi mastermind Iyad Madani now steers all the world's muslims Ummah (OIC) away from the most basic of Human Rights.
Muslim terrorists are more like Mishal Husain than some random poor marginalized street dwellers
Michelle Malkin (http://www.nationalreview.com/article/368706/kerrys-poor-jihadist-myth-michelle-malkin): The chronic cluelessness of the root-cause apologists of jihad never ceases to amaze. Britain’s MI5 reported in 2011 that two-thirds of the U.K’s jihad suspects were from middle-class backgrounds, “showing there is no simplistic relationship between poverty and involvement in Islamist extremism.” Thorough reviews of the empirical evidence shows, as the RAND Corporation has reported, that “terrorists are not particularly impoverished, uneducated or afflicted by mental disease. Demographically, their most important characteristic is normalcy (within their environment). Terrorist leaders actually tend to come from relatively privileged backgrounds.”
Here’s a refresher cheat sheet:
9/11 lead hijacker Mohammed Atta went to Hamburg University to study urban planning.
Convicted al-Qaeda scientist Aafia Siddiqui is a Pakistani who studied microbiology at MIT and did graduate work in neurology at Brandeis.
Osama bin Laden did a summer-school stint at Oxford.
Christmas Day underwear-bomb operative Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab was an elite Nigerian engineering student who studied at one of Britain’s leading universities and “lived a gilded life.”
Jihadist Samantha Lewthwaite, the notorious “White Widow” British Muslim convert linked to last year’s Westgate-mall massacre in Nairobi, was the daughter of a soldier and a former University of London student.
British-born Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, a London School of Economics student, was convicted of abducting and murdering American journalist Daniel Pearl.
Seven upper-middle-class jihadi doctors were implicated in the 2007 London–Glasgow bombings.
Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri didn’t need more education or wealth to steer him away from Islamic imperialism. He had a medical degree. So did former Hamas biggie Abdel al-Rantissi.
Al-Qaeda mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed attended Chowan College in Murfreesboro, N.C., and then transferred to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, where he earned his degree in mechanical engineering along with 30 other Muslims. Mohammed applied his Western learning to oversee the 1993 World Trade Center bombing plot (six Americans dead), the USS Cole attack (17 American soldiers dead), and the September 11 attacks (3,000 dead). He also has been linked to the 1998 African embassy bombings (212 dead, including 12 Americans), the plot to kill the pope, the murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl, and the Bali nightclub bomb blast that killed nearly 200 tourists, including two more Americans.
Osama bin Laden, of course, was dedicated to spending every last penny of his inherited Saudi fortune — estimated at between $50 million and $300 million — to wage war on the West. Al-Shabaab jihadists have amassed their own terror campaign chest through the illegal ivory trade.
Privileged jihad funders from Qatar and other Gulf states heap their petro-dollars on al-Qaeda. The Taliban raised $400 million in one year, according to a 2012 U.N. report, not just from opium, but largely from “donations, taxing local economies and extorting money from such targets as drug dealers, cellphone operators and aid projects.” Indeed, since 2006, “the Taliban have managed to finance an ever-increasing number of attacks, reflecting a year-on-year increase in income,” the U.N. report said.
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