Oldest Koran predates ‘prophet’ Mohammed: Islam was plagiarized for political agenda

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Should we become historians, or what? For how many years now have we relentlessly – and been the first – stated that the Koran is not one book but a compilation from torn bits and pieces acquired from loot during the raids and robberies committed by an illiterate Arabian desert band of criminals. The only authentic sections of the Koran that actually was written from the time of the warlord of Islam is the Hadith, which reveal the most heinous and vicious savagery that sounds too cruel to be real. The new findings basically give a strong historic argument to the claim that Mohammed was no prophet. Nor did he get the message of the Koran “from heaven” so he was also no messenger of Allah either.

The Mayo clinic describe signs and symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia may include:

Auditory hallucinations, such as hearing voices
Delusions, such as believing a…

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Your Daily Muslim #716: Mustafa Baskal

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UK Muslim Mustafa Baskal is a more prolific Tweeter than even the most vociferous of Gamergaters. Baskal, who is of Turkish descent, routinely fires off dozens of Tweets a day, inundating his followers with all sorts of 7th-century nonsense.

Recently, UK Channel 4 aired a documentary about Muslim drag queens. Of course, the Muslims featured therein were widely condemned and threatened by their coreligionists because living in the present is against Islam. The critics cited numerous Qur’an verses condemning homosexuality, effeminacy, and so forth. Let’s see what Baskal had to say.

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“If you have gay thoughts… keep that within you.” Uh, so you want all gays to stay in the closet? Wow. Why don’t you keep your Islam within you and let others live their lives as they please?

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So you can’t disagree with child marriage, taking captured women as sex slaves, amputating hands for…

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Your Daily Muslim #717: Aniqa Ahmed

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Here’s another Muslim who decided to air her hateful views upon the release of the Muslim Drag Queens documentary. Funny, because she looks like a sloppy drag queen herself.

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WOW. “You can’t be gay and Muslim.” If you expect people to tolerate your invisible sky-demon cult, maybe you should tolerate them? Just saying, hate isn’t good PR. But she is right – it is next to impossible to be gay and Muslim… and survive.

Ahmed also retweeted multiple hate messages about the broadcast:

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I wonder why she’s getting hate… it couldn’t possibly because she’s an intolerant regressive who values an ancient child-porn fairytale over basic human decency.

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Jinns are invisible spirits that eat poop and can possess people, according to the Qur’an. Somehow Ahmed expects people to respect her religion that believes in jinns and excludes gay people. I swear, the logic employed by those featured on this…

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Your Daily Muslim #699: Nabil Huruy

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Toronto Muslim Nabil Huruy was ahead of his time. His ideas, deemed radical by many, were put into practice not long before they became mainstream. Yes, he’s a hipster Muslim – he attempted a lone-wolf jihad beheading before they were cool.

Huruy had several encounters with law enforcement in the weeks leading up to the incident, one of which landed him in a hospital for a mental health check. He later went on to deny he was crazy.

One night, Huruy walked into a cafe where some guys were casually playing cards. He joined their game, then decided he wasn’t playing around. He repeatedly slashed and stabbed one of the men, a firefighter, in the head and neck. He was arrested and ordered to undergo another mental health evaluation.

“[At the institution] I thought I got to do my job and guard my own, to prove I’m not…

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Saudi man explains why he joined ISIS: I was programmed to die for Islam… it is an honor to kill

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Saudi man explains why he joined ISIS and then fled the terror group

“I was programmed. I became one of them. I had the aspiration to be … a martyr”

Zainab Salbi, Nytlive NYTimes


Meet Mohammed Faisel, a 26-year-old Saudi man who decided to leave his family to join ISIS, and was ready to become a martyr for what he believed to be a worthy cause. That was before he witnessed what it is to be an ISIS member, and managed to find a way back to Saudi Arabia. Mohammed gave a detailed interview in Arabic about his experiences with ISIS. The account, which has gone viral on YouTube, is horrifying many in the Middle East. “We are living in dark times at the moment. The only thing that can possibly get worse than what it is now is a nuclear bomb,” a friend said as she sent me…

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Your Daily Muslim #695: Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez

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Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez getting physical with another shirtless guy... truly a #gayporn4muhammad film in the making Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez getting physical with another shirtless guy… truly a #gayporn4muhammad film in the making

Everyone thought Kuwaiti-American Muslim Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez was nice, normal, and funny. He was an aspiring mixed martial artist, and was known to skip prayers at times during his training. He was friendly with the kuffar and never showed signs of “radicalization” (read: actually following the commands of his prophet, pigs be upon him.)

Of course, Abdulazeez was a mujahid. Not getting enough (any?) is quite possibly what motivated him to go for 72 virgins. He shot up two military recruitment centers, killing 4 before being shot dead.

His high school yearbook quote, which he attributed to “Hijabman,” is oddly ominous: “My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?” I wonder if he had any idea how terrible his actions would make his religion look, especially when coupled with his mocking of…

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