| Ahmadi Muslim spokesman claims foes of jihad responsible for suspicion of Islam
| Saturday, December 19, 2015
|In this hysterical little smear piece (to which the Daily Caller remains oddly hospitable), the brazenly and unapologetically dishonest Ahmadi spokesman Kashif Chaudhry, a willing water-carrier for Muslim Brotherhood propaganda,
manages to defame Donald Trump, Pamela Geller, Sam Harris, Ayaan Hirsi
Ali and me, all in the space of a few paragraphs, while doing his best
to obscure the grim reality of Islamic jihad terrorism.
The thrust of Chaudhruy’s argument here is that Trump, egged on by
Geller, Harris, Hirsi Ali and me, is creating an atmosphere of hatred
against Muslims in the U.S. that mirrors the hostility against Ahmadis
that was whipped up during the presidency of Zia ul-Haq, and that
ultimately broke out into open violence and persecution. “Will Trump,”
Chaudhry asks melodramatically, “be the Zia ul-Haq of America?”
Here’s the answer: No.
Here are some reasons why:
Read it all here..............
- Ahmadis are persecuted in Pakistan because the dominant Sunni
ideology is authoritarian, supremacist and violent. Sunnis in Pakistan
are behaving toward the Ahmadiyya in the same way that they behave
toward Pakistan’s Christians. They are responding to the Ahmadis in the
way the texts and teachings of their religion command them to act toward
those who are considered heretics and apostates, just as they’re acting
toward the Christians in the way that the texts and teachings of their
religion command them to act toward the “People of the Book.” In the
U.S., meanwhile, Trump is not the exponent of a violent, supremacist,
authoritarian ideology, and there is no such ideology dominating the
public discourse in this country.
|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 8:30 AM