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Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons of Prophet Muhammad That Prompted 2015 Attack

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons of Prophet Muhammad That Prompted 2015 Attack

"14 people involved in the deadly attack on the newsroom of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015 Go on trial today. Magazine says it will publish republished that is the controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. Those are what triggered the attack, along with tributes to 17 people killed of the magazine and a kosher market.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"September four. Gino. Breaks All those crazy trump tweets. G. O.. Grad drop. Downs Lucia. The news with Gene Grad. Well things are not going well for Ron. Jeremy, and there is a very good chance. He may never see the outside of a prison cell. Again, he has been charged Monday with twenty additional sexual assault counts involving twelve women in a teen girl that date back to two thousand and four that's according to the La. County. District Attorney's office the complaint against Jeremy who earlier pleaded not guilty three alleged rapes includes five counts of forcible rape and Lewd Conduct? With a fifteen year old girl he pleaded not guilty to the additional charges. He's sixty seven. Now, he was ordered to return to court in October when a date for a preliminary hearing is expected to be scheduled. The La County Sheriff's department said a two year investigation investigation led to these charges, and if convicted to the initial charges, not these new ones the initial charges Jeremy could face a potential maximum sentence of ninety years to life in state prison. I saw something that two hundred and fifty years behind prison walls might be a combined i. saw a couple of pictures of running in. He's in right he's we have a picture. If you want to see it, I will say this year got the whole thing about the whole thing about dudes with long hair first off it's not good for prison because especially due to dye their hair and where it long at some point when you hit sixteen, just get out the clippers man. You can't keep it up because what happens is your hair is long when it gets really thin because you're losing your hair and then your. Diet and now it's like wildly. esthetically. Pleasing. Okay. Think that's his biggest problem. I'd say the jets remained part is the biggest brown. Also, I wonder like about a guy like that. He has sex with so many women so many young nubile women his entire career I mean that guy just having sex all throughout even it is sixty starring porn with twenty two year old girls wherever he kind of gets the. Because this sort a sense liking do whatever he wants. Like he doesn't like he, that's all he's been doing is banging everyone all the time for the last fifty years or forty forty years. Also. Yeah Anyway. All right. Right. Here, sad. But when he got to do and then I. Was Heat. Of drugging them was that the big deal was that wasn't the original one that there were used drugging women I thought that was the first one that's whole throwing. Part of the. Part of the story I'll let you all. Let you carry on but. Yeah Chris. If you wouldn't mind looking into that, we'll we'll move forward. Satirical French news paper in this this this might trigger your memory of because we haven't talked about it in a while we need to Charlie Hebdo that was a big headline around twenty fifteen the target of a twenty, fifteen massacre by Islamic extremists will republish cartoons of the. Prophet Mohammed to coincide with started trial for the terror attack. The Twenty fifteen attack left twelve people dead when gunmen swarmed Charlie. Does office killing eleven, employees, and a policeman in the following day's additional attacks. Five more people dead until three attackers were killed in shootouts with police fourteen people charged with providing assistance to the gunman are scheduled to go on trial over the killings that begins as we as we read this, the cartoons that depicted the prophet Mohammed often lampooned Islamic radicals the cover of the issue and we have I mean I. Can't Vol's man I gotta take the thing about I. Think about that radical Islam. There's up at in ultimately. Bottom line is people are scared. They're mostly scared. You know if you're like A. Let's just say you're some celebrity Mel and your some big dude and somebody talk shit about you and you saw them at a cocktail party and you punched him in the face, right? You would people would talk much less shit about that guy that's just how we're wired. That's how it works and if it is in fact, precedent of you go ahead and make fun of our faith we will come in and slaughter you in your work I mean it's been wildly effective like people talk about like a respect for Islam, but there's no scaring. They're really they don't Lampoon Islam, but can we really don't like people like I don't WanNa fuck and get shot I mean if you think about in a world where everything is open and we make fun of everybody all the time and nothing is really off the table certainly in terms of religion and that kind of stuff people keep walking with Islam but if there is a small chance that you could get. Charlie Hebdo D- headquarters kind of thing people are like fuck it. I'm not saying anything. And it worked. Yeah. You're right and talk about having balls. Here's a quote from Charlie. Hebdo Director Laurent Sary Su. He says all the reasons that could be argued against us like publishing these are political or journalistic cowardice. Do we want to live in a country that prides itself on being a great free and modern democracy and which at the same time gives up on asserting its deepest convictions for our part it's out of the question it's out of the question except to live in another country, another regime, another world well, I rarely say this but that Frenchman. Hero. and has balls man God. Bless you guys. No reports of drugs with Ron. Accusations have taken advantage of drunk women, which is not not the same as what I would say you got gene Hackman in. Foil Mash up writing. Enough..

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Three killed in Bangalore clashes over Prophet Muhammad post

BBC World Service

00:38 sec | Last month

Three killed in Bangalore clashes over Prophet Muhammad post

"Mohammed has sparked riots in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, killing three people and injuring 60 police officers. Tarasco shake reports The shooting came after 1000 people went on a rampage and surrounded the house off a local politician whose relative had posted the offending comments. They threw stones set vehicles alight and broke fire engines from reaching the location. They also set fire to a police building and attacked officers. Dozens of police were injured. The politician from the opposition Congress party has issued a video appeal for calm. New Zealand has

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Dallas: Man Gets 5 Years For Lying To FBI In Probe Of Texas Attack

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Dallas: Man Gets 5 Years For Lying To FBI In Probe Of Texas Attack

"And it's been about five years since the attack on a prophet Muhammad cartoon contest near Dallas Texas today a witness has been sentenced to five years in prison for lying to the FBI and for witness tampering authorities say the man was not directly involved in the attack carried out by two men who were killed by police after the men started shooting prosecutors say the witness lied about his interaction with the men before the attack and urged another man not to talk to

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France grimly marks 5 years since Charlie Hebdo attack

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

France grimly marks 5 years since Charlie Hebdo attack

"A solemn ceremony in Paris today marking its anniversary it was five years ago today the two gunmen stormed the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo killing eleven people as well as a police officer outside the publication had angered Muslims by publishing cartoons of the prophet Muhammad and the attack was won over fans it also began a three day rampage that ended with seventeen people

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KNSS

"Is listening to fox news hello Americans I'm Todd Starnes with news and commentary Baxter hi this is Todd stars and popes liberty university believes a private Christian education should be affordable to everyone that's great right it doesn't matter if you're from California or main or anywhere in between you may qualify for up to twenty thousand seven hundred eighty dollars over four years through liberties middle America scholarship for more information text M. A. S. to the number eight three nine eight five eight today again that's MA as to the number eight three nine eight five eight there's a controversy at the university of southern Maine over an art exhibit that includes a desecrated Bible the exhibit features toward pages from the Bible painted to resemble the lake of fire the artwork is part of an exhibit called on holy Bible created by a student who identifies as an atheist university depend of the art display siting board of trustee policy two one two they say the student has a right to create content that might be offensive to other people so would the university of southern Maine displayed in art exhibit that desecrated the Koran or disparage the prophet Muhammad that's doubtful the truth is university administrators an atheist are terrified of the pending any other religious groups except for Christians and Jews and I suspect the university of southern Maine when faced with that decision would rather tear up board of trustee policy too wide to that a copy of the garage I'm Todd Starnes Gaidar inviting you to join me.

In Pakistan, the merciless assassin: The blasphemy law

BBC Newshour

06:39 min | 9 months ago

In Pakistan, the merciless assassin: The blasphemy law

"This is the first Christmas that I see a B. B. will celebrate as a free woman I see a a Christian spent nearly ten years in jail in Pakistan after being sentenced to death for allegedly committing blasphemy during an argument as she did farm work out in the field she was eventually released only earlier this year meanwhile the country's blasphemy laws remain in place and last weekend a prominent Muslim university lecturer Junaid have fees was sentenced to death for having allegedly insulted the prophet Muhammad on social media human rights groups say the blasphemy allegations are often used impacts on as a way of setting settling personal feud soul targeting minority groups in the country from Pakistan a correspondence conduct money has this report Hey how much Bob your two was marred by the hand soon musty says his press conference of a handful of posters and calendars depicting Jesus and his disciples to make up the only decoration in the small rural home he'd almost completely lost hope that his daughter on the beach with ever be released Bigelow's up all of that I have but the summer of two close to a decade on death row she was flown out of the country they're they're gonna what are the what are they ever did on Sunday her father wasn't able to meet her they did manage to speak once when a relative's phone John was very but you because you eat I was so happy I saw her face and she held her hands up in front of me and said father forgive me and made everyone you can go in America it's hard then I started crying and I said well my doctor may god protect you because these are the the retooling because on our will on us here BB her husband and her children now live abroad but the rest of her family still in Pakistan they had to leave the village when I see a B. B. was first accused of blasphemy and only saw her once many years ago when she was in jail they know that are likely to ever be able to be to gain that too poor to even afford a mobile phone to call her yeah I did they cut a deal with in a while it with a mind you doing this for you miss everyone you must feel the same idea this is what happens look at that bird if accrued ID's the rest of them get together and make a noise we all have memories the verdict in Aussie BB's case was welcomed around the world the buckets dogs hardline blasphemy does remain in place the release of all SUB B. U. court cases continue to be filed at least a dozen people been accused of committing blasphemy PCS and activist a judge's still will opt into a quick suspects accused of blasphemy afraid of the reaction from fundamentalist groups I mean the whole school complex now where Christine mine is due to be brought in front of a judge possibly raise faces the death penalty if he's convicted of sending blasphemous text messages already spent six years in jail waiting for the trial twins it is the murder of implementation of the Los his lawyer is Seth woman look the same man who defended on C. a B. B. since onto a baby's release has anything changed in pockets on the simple answer is no rather than any of the people of the sun everyone is looking for a better life according to their border in the standing of the religions from the ten fifty two can you kill us and done some more in the who is less to have said some thing and the mission of the Muslim prophet you'll be rewarded the pattern when you've been in court have you seen judges looking afraid on race all how can you tell to do whatever and prosecute shin lawyers since asking a complete most of the accused of blasphemy the Muslims that minorities like Christians a disproportionately targeted the wife of us it but where is the man accused of blasphemy gave birth to twins just a few weeks before he was arrested she'd been hoping he would be released on bail in time for Christmas but it hasn't happened you can you can use for me having to cope with everything is so difficult basically the number in the past few days he got badly beaten up because there was some argument between the inmates over as with Bobby stone Supreme Court ordered on C. a B. bees released last year violent protests erupted the government led by prime minister Imran Khan would do to crack down on the hard line religious groups who taken to the streets they've yet to re emerge but there seems little prospect of the blasphemy laws being reformed it was only four months feeling the garment and standing with such kind of judgment it was quite risky for Jim Shea Thomas is one of the few Christine members of parliament news from the ruling party we have so many other issues like me have to have you know said allow economy in the country at the moment reforming this law is not the priority any Vineland Christian you know representing Christians and livestock are you happy with that compromise I am an educated person I'm a member of parliament I have we have so many other people who are educated who are doing business and blasphemy is not issue for them but if you're living in a slum you know know people people can can easily easily common common target target to to my my parity parity as as a a parliamentarian parliamentarian is is to to you you know know give give back back to to social social economic economic status status to to our people of course but his son Christian neighborhoods are preparing to celebrate the community no longer faces the same level of threats from militant groups it did even just a few years ago the continued trickle of blasphemy allegations needs many still feeling marginalized second Kamani reporting on the hold the specs on strict blasphemy law was still have across the country

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Highway in Roslindale been Parker with new information coming up state trooper Matthew she and pleads not guilty to assault and battery in a shooting on the expressway a woman's recovery house throws down the welcome mat in the city of Worcester soon the house votes to formalize the rules for the impeachment inquiry into president trump who calls at all with China a new ISIS audio message is out not only acknowledging the death of al Baghdadi but also naming a new leader international security director for the Asia Pacific foundation in London some song go hell the successor to Abu Bakar but Daddy has been identified as Abu Abraham I'll a **** Kureishi they are claiming that this is an individual who can trace his lineage to the prophet Muhammad's Koresh tribe which carries a lot of symbolic significance but there is not much else that's known about this individual the audio contains warning for the United States that isis is expanding law enforcement is getting ready for this weekend's New York City marathon since the death of Abu Bakar about Daddy in American raid deputy police commissioner John Miller said the NYPD is track dozens of ISIS propaganda pieces that feature New York City images and urge attacks but he said there's no change in the security plan for this weekend's marathon the developments Prabhakara Baghdadi will obviously affect isis and that they're going to have to readjust but it's not going to affect us in that we were already at the highest levels there are no specific credible threats though thousands of officers will be on duty to protect fifty thousand runners in a million spectators Erin could hurt ski ABC news New York the CDC has new numbers of cases lane to vaping related long injuries and it continues to climb the CDC confirming two hundred and four newly reported cases involving patients with long injuries in forty nine states that brings the total to one thousand eight hundred and eighty eight confirmed and probable cases of lung injury related to vaping products the CDC also confirming thirty seven deaths in twenty four states and Washington DC the CDC along with FDA investigators say so far there is no specific E. cigarette related product that is to blame and federal health officials have warned consumers to stop vaping in using off market flavors and oils like T. H. C. Michelle Franzen A. B. C. news on the south shore of program at Plymouth north high school is giving students the opportunity to connect with the community by painting murals around town WBZ's Suzanne's sauce filled with this story the students have a canvas it's not just in the classroom but it could be on a trash can in their math teachers rom or it could be on a walk down by the ocean our teacher Lauren Jisr ski says the schools art in the community program is a way for students to positively impact the town through art so it gives them really this incredible opportunity to give back to their community but it gives them a voice it gives them the outlet they've done three murals are ready the latest one under a bridge over main street they painted but to them represents the town like lobsters waves and cranberries Sydney who's a senior says it makes her feel more connected to the community for like years I'm gonna walk by me like well I participated in that like I helps like make Plymouth like pretty here I got us in Plymouth Suzanne saws will W. B. C. Boston's news radio hello we can be a very dangerous holiday for children at right around now the kids are going out visibility is poor we spoke with one police captain James Spencer about the risk of kids getting hit by a car on this day he says is higher than any other day of the year use.

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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The two sides of Beirut

Correspondents Report

06:38 min | 1 year ago

The two sides of Beirut

"Now by the end of his first year in Beirut Middle East correspondent Adam Harvey thought he knew his new home town then he stepped out of his comfort zone and into the part of Beirut controlled by the Iranian backed militia Hezbollah Beirut is a tiny city crowded around a couple of small hills waged between the mountains mountains in the Mediterranean. My family's life here is centered on a small part of this compact town bounded by my son's school the apartments of our friends and in a couple of pay as you go places like Yuppie Pack we patted down for prohibited goods like kid cats and Muesli buzz before you permitted into the souls tools and wooden pirate ship a walkin run the same streets here everyday and I think I know it and then in event like a surer reminds me that I'll always ESPN stranger he sure is a Shia Muslim commemoration Russian that marks the death in six eighty ad of Hussein the grandson of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. It's a huge day in Beirut. She had district and this year I went to Dhaka in Beirut's southern suburbs to attend the Hezbollah event. I hear begins just a couple of hundred meters beyond my stomping and ground but crossing the invisible boundary is like entering another country. If not another millennia there are multiple checkpoints and outer ring man by the Lebanese army and an in-network controlled by Hezbollah like everyone else today. I'm dressed in black but I'm obviously not Lebanese so I'm stopped to over and over again by lodge men wearing tight t shirts and thick beds and with handguns waged into their waistbands. Im surged in my press ideas checked and then and I'm waved through after the fourth or fifth search. My bag is X. Rayed am allowed onto a bus. It'll take me even further into here. It's a place I would never normally be able to go narrow. Straits are overlooked by apartment blocks of six or seven stories pockmarked with bullet holes from the fighting here in the seventies and eighties piece is Bella has its office here and it's presumably home to his Balazs leader Hassan Nasrallah in Israel system. Militia stole some of its thousands of missiles here as well as the equipment. It's really worried about specialists. Machinery used to make the rockets more accurate. It would be seriously dumb to pull out a camera recorded here on any other day of the year you'd soon be having very intense conversations with heavily armed people but today's basically Hezbollah Open Day and the rules. Don't apply an off-duty Lebanese army soldier shows me his tattoos of Hussein Muhammed's Muhammed's grandson and tells me that he doesn't think there'll be war with Israel. An older woman tells me it's important that the community comes out in force today as a deterrent to Lebanon in southern neighbour. Some black clad teenagers wave me over and NC state the chicken soup. A young woman practices her Australian accent on me okay. Would you like to roast marshmallows may nor kangaroos hop up the nothing. There's a bit of British chases doc. His reputation is undeserved. Actually there's a very bad stereotype but is actually all filled with terrorists and there's always bombs and and Cetera and that's not true like we've been living I. I'm twenty three going on twenty four. I've been living here my whole life and it's actually really beautiful and I've never felt safer life than being here. There's always meant to protect us. Then reasonably normal more conversation with an articulate young woman takes detour. Her boyfriend is a Hezbollah fighter. He did go to Syria a few times. So what did you would like to go more often. Don't let him because I want him here. I love him too much. What is what was his experience. What did he say about it. I told you he'd like to go way more often but I don't let him. It's me that is not letting him go yeah interest. It's you know what sometimes I tell him like God be with. You and I hope you know you just come back safe but yeah it is dangerous. Yeah it is risky and he knows was it and that's why he wants to go. He's a big strong man. How common is it from this area. People go very very comment because we all have the same concept. If I were able to fight I would go to be honest by a girl. They wouldn't let me the rally itself kicks off and it feels it was like all of Beirut is matching past waving Hezbollah's yellow and green flags there a scout troops wearing Atallah. Cassini's photograph pinned to their shirts. It's is a political science student from a Lebanese American University with the photograph of a dead Hezbollah fighter which into his headband Hezbollah Woah yes. Do you think you will. I think everyone afford case along with certain mission whether on their on the battlefield whether the media rather as a position in the hospital the only way. Do you think you'll be on battlefield or I'm not sure aw the parade over opened my phone to navigate my way out of this labyrinth and I'm floyd to realize I'm just a few hundred meters away from the kids playground Yuppie Yeah Park where I've stood arguing about twenty first century problems like my right to winter replay ground with chocolate bars and kids sandwiches. It seems so far away away from this unfamiliar place of guns and vigilance and religion and young people heading off to war This is Adam Havi in south Beirut for correspondence report. Eh One fascinating city Adam Harvey in Beirut there.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"To unlearn without coming to terms with how you learned member more Intel leave our anti Semites they also happen to be Muslim I want to open the speech by confessing to a crowd of Jews that I used to hate them it was twenty oh six and I was a young native of Somalia who been elected to the Dutch parliament the American Jewish committee was giving me its moral courage award I felt honored and humbled but a little dishonest if I didn't own up to my anti semitic past so I told them how I've learned to blame the Jews for everything fast forward to twenty nineteen a freshman congressman from Minnesota if you're eating the Jewish community and discomfiting the democratic leadership with their expressions of anti semitism like me Kelly on Omar was born in Somalian exposed at an early age to Muslim anti semitism and by the way so was totally these the fax some of the members of my twenty oh six Eiji C. audience have asked me to explain and respond to ms Omar's comments including her unequivocal apologies the main question is whether it's possible for ms Omaar to unlearn her evident hatred of Jews and if so how to help in my experience it's difficult perhaps impossible to unlearn hate without coming to terms with how you learned to hate and this by the way is what the media will never expose most Americans are familiar with the classic western flavors of anti semitism the Christian European white supremacist in communist types the little attention has been paid to the special case of Muslim anti semitism that is a pity because today it is anti semitism so most zealous most potent and most under estimated form I never heard the term anti semitism until I moved to the Netherlands in my twenties but at first ten familiarity with its Muslim variety as a child in Somalia I was a passive consumer of anti semitism things would break conflicts with a wry shortages would occur and adults with blame it on the Jews when I was a little girl my mom often lost her temper with my brother with the grocer with a neighbor she would scream or curse under her breath yeah who'd followed by description of the hostility what despicable behavior of the subject of her wrath wasn't just my mother grown ups around makes claim Yahoo the way Americans use the F. word I was made to understand that Jews your who were all bad no one took any trouble to build a rational framework around the idea hardly necessary since there were no Jews around but it set the necessary foundation for the next phase of my development at fifteen I became in a slum missed by joining the Muslim Brotherhood I began attending religious and civil society events where I received an education in the depth and breadth of Jewish filling the Laney villainy this was done in two ways the first was the logical we were taught that the Jews betrayed our prophet Muhammad throughout Quranic verses we learned that all I had eternally condemned them that they were not human but descendants of pigs and monkeys that we should aspire to kill them wherever we found them we were taught to pray dear god please destroy the Jews design is the state of Israel a man we were taught the Jews occupied the holy land of Palestine we were shown pictures of mutilated bodies dead children Welling windows and weeping orphans standing over them in military uniform were Israeli soldiers with large guns we were told the killing of Palestinians was wanton unprovoked in an expression of their hatred of Muslims the theological and political stories were woven together as in the Hamas character quote the profit a lot bless seven grand himself they should he said the day judge what will not come about until Muslims fight the Jews killing the Jews when the Jews will hide behind stones and trees the stones and trees will say Muslims up Dolan there is a Jew behind me come and kill me there's no solution for the Palestinian question except through G. hot now that combination narratives is the essence of Muslim anti semitism Mohammed Morsi the long time Muslim Brotherhood leader who died June seventeen but was president of Egypt for year beginning in twenty twelve urged in twenty ten quote we must never forget brothers to nurse our children and our grandchildren on hatred for them resign S. for Jews that is two categories that ten emerge along with allegations of world domination European anti semitism she writes is also a mixture medieval Christian antipathy toward Christ killers blended with radical critiques of capitalism in the nineteenth and racial as pseudo science in the twentieth but before the depression anti semitic parties were not mass parties nor they've been since World War two Muslim anti semitism has a broader base and it's propagators had had the time and resources to spread it widely just see how begin at the top most men and the odd women in power in Muslim majority countries are autocrats even where there are elections corrupt rulers plane intricate game to stay in power their signature move is the promise to free the holy land that is to eliminate the Jewish state sound familiar to leap sound familiar Omar sound familiar AOC in fact I would argue now ladies and gentleman virtually every Democrat running for the presidential nomination has this mindset they won't admit it the rulers of Iran are explicit about this go other Muslim leaders may pay lip service to the peace process and the two state solution my government anti semitism is frequently on display at the United Nations where is rose repeatedly compared to apartheid South Africa accused of genocide and demonized as racist the media also play their part there's very little freedom of expression a Muslim majority countries and stayed on media turn up anti semitic and anti Israel propaganda daily as to even media groups that style themselves as critical of Muslim autocracy such as al Jizerou and al Manar then there are the masks the madrassas another religious institutions schools in general especially college campuses have been in a slump a stronghold for generations of Muslim majority countries that matters because graduates going to leadership positions of the professions media government and other institutions refugee camps another zone of indoctrination they're full of honorable people in this llamas prey on them they come offering food tents and first aid followed by education they established madrasas in the camps and indoctrinate the kids with the message that consists of a large part of hatred for Jews a rejection of Israel perhaps she writes I don't know this is what happened to ms Omaar in the four years she spent a refugee camp in Kenya as a child or perhaps she became acquainted with the slimmest anti semitism in Minnesota where her family settled when she was twelve years old in any case her preoccupation with the Jews in Israel what otherwise be hard to explain spreading anti semitism throw these channels is no trivial matter and this brings us to the question of resources it's all about the Benjamins baby ms Omaar tweeted in February implying that American politician support Israel only because of Jewish financial contributions the irony is that the resources available to propagate Islam missed ideologies whether tended anti semitism vastly exceed what pro Israel groups spend in the U. S. since the early seventies the kingdom of Saudi Arabia has spent vast sums the spread Wahabi Islam abroad much of this finding is opaque but estimates of the Cuban of some run as high as one hundred billion dollars thousands of schools in Pakistan funded with Saudi money teach a version of Islam that leads to anti western militants Lee according to Connecticut senator Chris Murphy recent years the Saudi leadership is try to turn away from supporting this type of religious radicalism but increasingly cut tari seems to be taking over the Saudi role in the US alone the Qatar foundation is given thirty point six million dollars over the past eight years the public schools I stand simply for teaching Arabic and promoting cultural exchange for years cut ties hosted influence a radical clerics such as you see if all our family and provided them with a global microphone to the country school textbooks have been criticized for anti semitism they present Jews is treacherous and crafty but also weak ratcheting cowardly Islam is described as inherently superior the allegation a Jewish or a sinus money controls Congress is nonsensical the center for responsive politics estimates the Israeli government spends thirty four million dollars on lobbying in Washington since twenty seventeen the Saudis Incan Tory spend a combined fifty one million during the same period if we include foreign non governmental organizations the pro Israel lobbying figure rises to sixty three million less than the sixty eight billion spent lobbying for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates sixty eight billion in twenty eighteen domestic American pro Israel lobbying including about lip not limited to the American Israel.

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News in Brief 01 April 2019

UN News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 01 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Proposed changes to Brunei's penal code to incorporate punishments under a strict interpretation of Islamic sharia law, including death-by-stoning should be halted the UN's top human rights official. Michelle Basch Alette said on Monday in an appeal to Brunei's government to start what she described as draconian revisions due to come into force on Wednesday, High Commissioner brush, let's maintained they would enshrine in legislation cruel and inhuman punishments that seriously, breach international human rights law. According to a statement from his bash Letitia by her office OH HR, the death penalty would in theory be applicable for fences such as rape adultery. Sodomy extramarital sexual relations for Muslim citizens robbery and insult or defamation. The prophet Muhammad public flogging as a punishment for abortion with also apply as well as amputation for theft. Other changes include making it a criminal offence to expose Muslim children to the beliefs and practices of any religion other than Islam Misbash. Let said before describing them as potential. Really mocking a serious setback for human rights protections in the southeast Asian state. The United Nations is highlighting the important role population trends play in promoting sustainable development during the fifty second commission on population and development which began in New York on Monday, this year's commissions also an opportunity to take stock and review progress made since the landmark international conference on population and development or ICPD which took place twenty five years ago in Cairo deputy secretary general Amina Mohammed said that since then fewer people living in extreme poverty, the risk of maternal deaths declined by more than forty percent and primary education is expanded the horizons of millions across the world, but she added there are gaps in implementation and many challenges remain. She also warned that efforts by nations to meet some of the ambitious sustainable development goals or SDG's by the twenty thirty deadline and not keeping pace with population growth and in Mali the UN mission. There manuka has reported that intercommunal violence continued through the week. Tend in the Mopti region of the north west African nation with multiple attacks. This follows on from tax on the twenty third of March against Fulani herders allegedly carried out by members of the Doug on ethnic group in which more than one hundred fifty died at least seventy were injured. More details from UN spokesperson, Stefan Zureik, the mission said that unidentified armed assailants targeted villages. Fifty kilometers south west of Banja, gar town on Saturday, leaving at least one person dead another wounded scores of houses and granaries were burnt cattle was rated and on Sunday and attack on CASA village. Located nearby bungee Agora resulted in three people killed in one wounded minutia has deployed a rapid reaction force of peacekeepers to support Mauleon armed forces and help restore security in the region for the protection of civilians, including 'Support to deter further attacks the head of the mission. Muhammed self an called on all parties to remain calm and refrain from further violence, he reiterated the UN's committee. Wants to spend no effort to ensure that the perpetrators about to Justice might wells U N news.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to journeys of faith from ABC news. I'm Paula Farris. And I'm here with Raza Aslam. I think there are so many misconceptions of these lawmakers religion. It it constitutes twenty five percent of the world's population. What do you think are some of the bigger misconceptions? And also, what do you believe about Jesus you wrote a book called zealot the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth? So what is Islam able leave about Jesus? And what do you think in your mind are some of the greatest misconceptions? I think all of the misconceptions of his Lomb can be summed up in one misconception. Okay. And that is that Islam is unique or special or different not privy to the same cultural or historical or even literary influences. It's just a religion like every other religion. It is as it is. The most diverse religion in the history of the world. It comes in a thousand different flavors. There are traditionalist and there are progressives constant state of evolution. It is. Constantly adapting to the world around it to the cultures that income to cross it. There's nothing unusual or unique about Islam as a religion. That's the biggest misconception. Interesting. And it's a it's a misconception that almost all Americans. Have you hear it all the time? Yeah. But the thing about Islam is that, you know, there's no separation of mosque in state, actually Islam invented the concept of separation of mosque in state, and in fact throughout history and in most Muslim communities most Muslim countries with the exception of Saudi Arabia, Iran. The religious authorities have no influence whatsoever over the state countries like Egypt or countries like Syria. You know, these countries that we talk about having these tremendous terrorism problems are violently aggressively secularist countries than actually. Really, very violently repress a religion in politics. Whereas we not only invite religion in politics. We actually reward religion in politics. This idea that you know, the thing about Islam is it doesn't change you. See it's always been the same. That's preposterous. If you can say anything about Islam that you can't say about Christianity or any other religion. You're wrong with bodyslam. Right. I think that's what it is. Is that we have this idea that somehow Islam is different than other religions, and it's not, you know, I I graduated from a I guess you could call it a conservative Christian college in Ohio is a small college, and we all graduated with a bible minor. We did have to study other religions, but I didn't know that Jesus was such an important figure in Islam. I a little bit of research shows that Jesus Mary Abraham Moses and other bible characters are in the Koran Moseley's believe that Jesus was a prophet of God born of a virgin and he's coming again. And Muslims do believe Jesus perform miracles, but they don't believe he's the son of God God. Yes. Muslims believe that Jesus was the messiah, okay? Under the definition of messiah the Jewish definition of messiah before that definition was radically transformed by Jesus and his followers. What Muslims do not believe? Is that Jesus was divine because they don't believe he's the son of God. Well, you have to. I think it's important to understand what that term means many many people in the bible are called son of God son of God is a title. It's a kingly title when Jesus is referred to as son of God. It's not a description of his parentage. It's a description of his kingly authority. But if what you mean by that, of course, is that he's divine that he's got an carnage. And that is something that Muslims. Most definitely do not believe in as a matter of fact. The very concept of divine man, runs counter to the the concept of what God is in in Islam very much like Judaism, God is indivisible. And so anything that divides. God's self in any way. And certainly incarnation is one of those things would be considered anathema. So besides that. Yeah. You got it. All right. Yeah. Muslims in fact. Muslims believe that Jesus was a prophet and the messiah they actually rank Jesus higher than the prophet. Mohammed. The prophet Muhammad who didn't perform any miracles. You know, the prophet Muhammed who. That. Yeah. The prophet Mohammed isn't going to come back at the end of time rain, Slim's believed Jesus will come back in the time. Muslims believe Jesus sits at the right hand of God. The prophet. Muhammad does not..

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Standards much for people's. That was the controversial part. The idea that these rights should apply across cultures and religious traditions. Saudi Arabia was uncomfortable with an article endorsing ones right to change religions. A move some Muslim theologian see as unacceptable under Islam. To support the UN version of human rights in some Muslim countries. For many years was to ask for trouble, the common discourse, I heard was I I was somehow, you know. It's like an agent for western colonialism us Medine herself, a Muslim advocates for human rights and religious freedom in places like Pakistan where non Muslims can be criminally prosecuted for blaspheming the prophet Muhammad. She says scholars there have effectively argued that the understanding of human rights in Islam is generally consistent with western notions. Even where blasphemy is concerned the work is as fundamental is just going back to the traditional Islamic tax. That were cited in the blossoming laws us support for punishments for blasphemy and saying, hey, if you go back to the tax it actually says something quite different. That's now the prevailing argument of those defending the Universal Declaration Princeton. Professor, Robert, George is a former chairman of the US commission on international religious freedom. It is a defamation of Islam to suppose that it cannot embrace a concept of human dignity like we have in the declaration. Or that? It must reject the core rights articulated in the text, and I would say the same is true of the great traditions and Buddhism of Hinduism, and so forth, seventy years after its adoption, the Universal Declaration of human rights may finally be getting the attention it warrants. Tom gjelten NPR news..

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

"Islamic folklore, the great Wessler and the descendant of prophet. Muhammad peace be upon him created by Jennifer doors media brew in the post, a Nanshan Baghdad live Junaid Baghdadi he earned his livelihood as a professional wrestler as was the norm. The leader of Baghdad announced one day to day Junaid Baghdadi will demonstrate his skills as a wrestler is there. Anyone to challenge him an elderly man shakily stood up with his neck quivering and said, I will enter the contest within whoever was witnessed to this scene could not contain themselves. They burst out howling with laughter. Clapping their hands. The king was bound by the law. He could not stop someone who of his own free will enter the boat. The elderly man was. Given the permission to enter the ring he was a bad sixty five years old when Junaid Baghdadi entered the ring he was lymph founded as was the king and all the spectators of the kingdom who were present the single thought that occupied their minds was how will this old man? Be able to fight the old man addressed Junaid with these words land me orios. He then whispered, I know it is not possible for me to win this bout against you. But I am a say a descendant of prophet. Muhammad peace be upon him. My children are starving at home. Are you prepared to sacrifice your name your honor and position for the love? Advani's prophet and lose this boat to me if you do this I will be able to collect the prize money. And thereby have the means to feed my children and myself for an entire year. I will be. Able to settle all my debts and above all the master of both the world's will be pleased with you. You are Junaid not willing to sacrifice your honor for the sake of the children of prophet. Muhammad peace be upon him. The last prophet and messenger of God Junaid Baghdadi thought to himself today. I have an excellent opportunity in a display of Virginia need Baghdadi executed a couple of maneuvers demonstrating his finesse. So that the king does not suspect any conspiracy Junaid with a great display Advantix did not use his strength and allowed himself to be dropped the elderly man mounted his chest. Thus entitling him to the prize that night Junaid Baghdadi had a dream of prophet. Muhammad peace be upon him. Who said Junaid, you have sacrificed you're on. Your nationally acclaimed fame your name and position which was heralded throughout Baghdad in the expression of your love for my children who were starving as of today. Your name is recorded in the register of the or Lear friends of Allah and the seventh. Heaven's thereafter, this great wrestler to defeat his 'nafs desires and became one of the most terminent Aliyah and scholar of his time.

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Dozens killed by suicide bomber targeting Afghan Islamic scholars

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Dozens killed by suicide bomber targeting Afghan Islamic scholars

"A suicide bomber targeting a gathering of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul has killed at least forty people. Another sixty people are wounded hundreds of scholars and clerics were gathered to Mark the birthday of the prophet. Muhammad, so far, no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but both the Taliban and in Islamic state affiliate of targeted religious scholars in the past.

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Texas executes Mexican who killed his family 26 years ago

WBBM Programming

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Texas executes Mexican who killed his family 26 years ago

"US military placed barricades and barbed wire in places, and at least three lanes were closed at Tijuana backing up traffic at the busiest land border crossing the western hemisphere net. CBS news correspondent John Blackstone at the border, the eight hundred migrants split off from a larger group of about five thousand and are planning to request asylum in the United States a suburban man who pleaded not guilty to trying to blow up a loop bar in two thousand twelve wants to change his plea attorneys. For Adele doubt who who was arrested in an F B is thing in two thousand twelve or asking a judge to allow them to enter what's called an offered plea. The plea means prosecutors would have enough to convict, but he would not have to admit guilt. In addition to face charges, accusing him of trying to have an agent killed and attacking. An inmate who drew a picture of the prophet. Muhammad, Keith Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. It's on to the Illinois house for an attempt to make twenty one the legal age to buy cigarettes. Statewide, governor vetoed. This suggestion gets anti-business sponsor is state Senator truly Morris at this Bill raises the age to twenty one to purchase tobacco products alternative nicotine products and electronic cigarettes nine out of ten of today's smokers began as teens smoking is not a right and a bath, it smoking is an addiction and societal burden over I got the minimum thirty six votes in the Senate tobacco. Twenty-one is already the law in many Illinois municipalities including Chicago at the yellow capital. Dave doll NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. First degree murder. Charges are being filed against a twenty seven year old Madison man accused of gunning down a Harvey Barbara whose clients included Chicago Bears players, Mike Carney's murder says Harvey. Police chief Gregory Thomas was motivated by jealousy. Carney's girlfriend who was with him in the car when he was shot twice in the head. At a gas station was the ex girlfriend of the suspect Perry goes up is an individual whose emotional you cannot accept the fact that she moved on four he followed down. Michael current the chief, new Carney personally this case in particular one that was a very motivated and bringing it closer to because I knew his character. He's a man of integrity a lovey, man. Kearney's mother. Michelle said he was a phenomenal individual is giving my family closer. Now. It's not going to bring my son back chief said the suspect had cut off his long dreadlocks while he was on the run in Harvey, Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Sixty four year old man was found dead over the weekend near Garfield park. Any medical examiner's office has ruled that Alden Harris died from cold exposure with other health factors, contributing to his death. It was ruled an accident. Harris's death now

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Christian woman acquitted in Pakistan to leave country

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Christian woman acquitted in Pakistan to leave country

"Salting Islam's prophet. Muhammad. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I don't know fill in the blank you know but it's it's the need to belong in so i feel like religion even my name zeh nab is there's a lot of women in the koran name nab and they nab is often associated with the prophet muhammad in a in a beautiful way you know she's she's celebrated or held in high esteem rather but then the growing up as a kid there was the story told about saint ad and housing was too so beautiful and you know she had she was with this she married her husband and the prophet came over to give them like gifts and he thought he says ena he throws was so beautiful he had to marry her and so since then it's law the almost women have to cover up because only their husbands should see their beauty now basically saying like oh a man saw somebody's wife was so like i now i need your wife and so in order to stop them from stealing other men's wives i gotta just you nobody can see that's ridiculous that's ridiculous but that's that's something in the fate that's what's written by man it's in its manipulated to of course i would be scared to if i if that was the only thing taught to me i'm like well i don't want any i don't wanna insult my husband i don't wanna you know i don't want anybody else to want my husband to just want and so yeah i would have to now it's like no i know how much power and choice i have in wisconsin ability i have you know in also control yourself.

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What do Iraq’s election results mean for the United States?

Morning Edition

02:06 min | 2 years ago

What do Iraq’s election results mean for the United States?

"That up to the sutter the shia cleric who fought against us forces will have a big role in choosing the prime minister now he's likely to team up with the current prime minister hydro abbadi who the us thought would actually win this his party came in third and then there's the iranian backed militias they have the second highest number of seats and then there are a lot of other parties so there are a lot of political meetings going on the kurds have come to baghdad there's former prime minister maliki waiting in the wings a lot of bargaining going on so we know solder because he led the mekki army that fought us soldiers in the streets of baghdad the battle of solder city was one of the bloodiest battles of iraq war so he's gonna play this big role in the new iraqi government what happens to the us presence in iraq well that's what we've all been wondering so i sat down with his spokesman shell salah abadie and he points out that sutter actually backed about his government the last government that included agreements on us troops so let's listen to a bit of that if the americans yet in order to train the iraqis help iraqis according to certain details accepted from both countries it is accepted for cinema this southern so he's basically saying that if they're in place which have been accepted by iraqi prime minister that cetera himself will have a role in choosing he's not going to object to us troops here now the say it in front of his name refers to the fact that he's a descendant of the prophet muhammad and he comes from a revered family of shia religious scholars he actually studied and around but in recent years he's distanced himself and shale has spokesman also said that he not only resists what was the us occupation he is going to make sure that iran does not interfere in forming a government so meanwhile an important ios officials in baghdad right now white house on voi brett mcgurk i would think that the americans would not want to send mcgurk at this moment when the iraqi government's trying to figure out what it wants to be what's he doing.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Mom five big number but you learn a look about iran learn things about the prophet muhammad and about how he lived his life you learn a lot about the cherry tree so you became kind of more knowledge about what's slam is about but about the other religions you just a little bit of that have you ever been to mecca you and your family all my family except me again okay real you didn't answer my questions on a scale of one to ten how religious were you i would say aid okay so suddenly someone hand you he tells you gives you a bible or says you should read the bible no it was actually me i saw look and he he was christian and i thought about him he's the perfect guy except that he's not a muslim and i wanted to be let him be the perfect man and i want to convert them to islam and i gave him and i gave him a goby of the koran you thought you were going to convert them to okay so what happened how that how that worked out i thought that he would just tell me thank you read it but that he he gave me a copy of the bible and he's all being the same time everything the on i want to also vibe him and your reaction is i was surprised i was i was thinking that you know first of all did not bibles in yemen and i didn't know why give me the bible and when i went back home i remember that he gave he gave it to me with plastic bags nobody can sit with me and the streets and i went back home and starting from the first page but i never wanted to read it because i want to understand i want read it because i want to say my book is much better than this book and from the first page i start having this kind of hard questions i want to ask him so he couldn't answer them then he would convert slam.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Into a concept and then to an entire story that took structure within you know some kind of rhythmic pen tamador but without substance the people don't gravitate to that the voice of racism preaching the gospel is w free church cold the prophet muhammad the getting god is not religion what is virtual porn been jesus is the most profited nicaraguan reforms innocent people trying to murder of saddam which gave him those chemical weapons the go to war with iran information that they hold back from peter jennings condeleezza rice is just the new wage sally hemmings talk about the story of your growing up and how you ended up going from chewing while you ended up being born in peru but also how you ended up in harlem for me it's it's kind of a crazy story that my family was them to a time in which there was like a virtual civil war between these maoist paramilitary guerrillas and these paid mercenaries from the cia in people were involved in a rightwing political structure impediment under the dictator metaphor from simone and before him a series of other people who were extremely brutal and cold the indigenous peoples such as alan garcia there are but regardless my father said that it wasn't just the military issue that caused the problem that it was an economic issue and he said that peru at that particular time was experiencing almost twelve 100 percent inflation a year now i think that people in this country don't really understand what that means so i guess for the younger people i'm just gonna break it down for you like this magongo into the store with a hundred dollars and the tell your 100dollar bills only worth twenty dollars annual to the store a couple of months later and that one hundred dollar bill is now only worth five dollars and then the next time you go a couple of months later they laugh at you and they say will then we don't even use these bills anymore what are you talking about their worthless go have good luck at the bank trading those for some relevant currency now so in order to find peace and quiet and.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KKAT

"Why do you suppose that is the the the moderate muslims mccarthy compassion offensive core media on thailand with the call of prominent therapy so that we have a mainly betty programs in the united arab we have a media that is indoctrinated worthy nothing your proposal thirty but my brother had we're going to get an political party we've had our faith in the pot gree nearly electoral and yet the heard leaders without any law but their ideology are very similar to what individual at putting red gearing omni up away on on them away five on another nerve firm apparently and talking about surveillance proud of this whole more mosque and paterson new jersey government out of tuna dutchman under when you can read the new york post here accordingly nypd position on a pumpkin oh connected at radicalization hearing in new york carried big practical at rejected by the public at the rich uncles factory will unfold not because it impinges on religious freedom i can tell you the koran now what court that there will be those who mock or believer but nothing erection within their mock and it is our responsibility rigolato stop them down the prophet muhammad did that in his own life crime if the koran coming johnson where we could not you how quickly of work tabuk clocking destruction and devastation an hour five i don't know why uh and the nypd in the united pay is a limited in that way and i think they need to cooperation from the muslim community that's why here i think merit operation the time web tumbler is it fair recorded i'm reflecting there a guy were there were are many ever it in a in a massacre occurred supermarket up there around the time if it were mcflynn my here south of the never quite diet and lifestyle that but i love the these life anween over here but i'm probably going after no no so his lawyer going to live with the abundant thank you for lecturing abroad are mature motors but i appreciate it one thing to will not your concern about the lack of from cooperation berry enormous public apple who were viewed as widening local radical islam from within our community are you waiting for that.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"A amac as hickey digging in and where did the founder of our community get hasn't liberty can i don't know i mean village his view of the koran unsure and then the product but lick ronald the prophet muhammad azad minhas another up mission of us law is a revival of islam and so does that i mean that it we have a hundred and thirty year proven model that islam unadulterated leads to peace and pluralism and that on that country from from that perspective the army night that's that's why it's so weird because islam means different things to you and i because of you know or to to lie everybody essentially because of what you're talking about i mean when you group these vastly different sects under one name that i grieve to you cannot label you know put out every every person who believes in this religion in one blanket that absolutely doesn't work but i do believe that these polls indicate things but but below below connect the dots right i mean is our reputation but then our earned turkish is derived from the koran and had business so no one hundred percent but then the question comes in you know you talk about these muslims who disagree with us and the question comes in those i disagree with us who has proven us wrong on merit none have the only ones that have quote unquote proven us wrong langhorne early answer that question though i mean can you as i can years understand from my perspective i can't really answer that question like i can't really it's hard to take your word on that i mean there's going to be an update to do that that's the beauty of it at the munich you don't need to take my word on you can look at the history in 1974.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For anyone found guilty of insulting the prophet muhammad this there is no evidence that michelle committed blasphemy many of his friends described him as open minded together revenge from someone in this aside he is a f a best thing is do is make it advocates of blasphemy this is early he knew michelle all via a rush analysts social media page as soon as i meet him i can feel his outrage not only the death of a friend assist them that perpetuates the idea that those accused of blasphemy do not deserve justice the dead body was not allowed to be but it in the local imagery the people were not allowed to attend the funeral procession the local get up on the speaker and says it whoever ville attend the funeral ceremony of michelle on hiv marriage will be get over and you have to do to manage again for the very desperately depressive on those days i had a dreadful part because the video it's so horrific lake and they scholar was all the fingers were cracked cannot imagine make if someone is richmond the and you're doing distant that person i'm rabin as all and i'm in karachi for houghton soul on the bbc world service i'm speaking to atheists' about navigating wife in a place where family society and even the state can be hostile to disbelief some people have called financed but it wasn't abduction i was held for dernier days there wouldn't identified themselves but i'm sure it was the miller there was a dissolve culture and turned it is for healing my whole body was black the made me sign a statement that said i did what i have done on that would not engage in political or religious blocking and that my family could be your target if i support to the.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on See Something Say Something

"And reading a lot of fraud and praying all lot and it's based upon this story i think it was my aunt who i told me the story probably of my mom but that gently like in undies or that's a really good question because i don't really quite remember i'm sure have i heard the story uh as i was making my decision as to whether or not i would take the plunge and become a moslem i was a child and brought a lot of wonder and mystery lewis' newly lovely tale the story i heard is this is that uh prophet muhammad was dissatisfied with life um in mecca we've all the traders and all the um idol worshippers and so you would regularly go out of town to a cave to meditate and here comes this angel who i can only imagine is like i don't even know what kind of a be you know what i mean he asked them to read and mom it's an i can't and angel debris that again read and then profit was like um camps and then third time there bill squeeze him tightly and then released him and says read then the perfect repeated off to him so there was the first thing read in the name fuel lord that's how the first division came to the prophet in the shia tradition the narration is that when he was asked to recite he recited immediately there was no hesitation as a convert certainly the first hearing heroes were very awkward and terms of like what what am i supposed to be doing right i didn't even know i don't know how i didn't have a model i have never follow anybody observing lepuc are there in my home i mean he fill it we just like okay what is it that i'm i'm supposed to stay up all night and.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And give us a a quick understanding because for people who don't understand the islam founded by the prophet muhammad but what so that century i would say on he is attributed to being the founder of if fan however islam is considered for muslims to be a continuation of those deemed or religions that came before which would be christianity and i judaism and and as a combination or ero robust fulfillment of there was fairly tense and i just wanted to also say on sort of the difference between muslim and islamic jordan of see the reason why i am i like to identify myself or this describe myself so muslim is wine hugh and you can say submits or is born into the religion of islam are choose these converts to islam so one who has submitted but islamic is used is a term and it did descript dirt and muslims use it as a good term so we would say that ma on stood tall yvonne are muslims but selling poppy seeds is not an islamic deed it's not a good deed they'll i'd like to just make that difference because as we go on and our conversation we're going to be talking about different countries and different people in different movements with his that'd be new do not not like the term islamic no it means i just wanna use it appropriately on and for muslims we use it as a good descript are okay so when you hear let's say someone refer to islamic terrorist who are theoretically acting in the name of the religion which i assume each of you reject absent okay okay on the unequivocally and i assume that this these are people giving the religion to which you subscribe a bad name harangued name so so lemme who a sort of pitted from that comment meriem i want my audience to hear from you folks when you see the event of last saturday night london all you see the manchester bombing i'm catholic so i watched the ira function for many years in england so uh than i recoiled in horror at some of the things to be done in in the name of catholicism okay the ira your reaction you're watching television i don't.

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"prophet muhammad" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"prophet muhammad" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Myself at pretty thinker and and then you we have a round the hand of from hampered even prophet muhammad and the directly to the north and nor can the body not the crown it not muhammad that would not be properly right now is that we could end up with an empty i had beaten gonna and muhammad and chronic history and the coded by religion that really grew out of power in the medieval era of where sharia law properly coming from we need to go back to the north and not have gone well so let me ask you this we're talking with sharing kudos he director muslim matters so much of what you say seems to be similar to what the president said at his speech in saudi arabia this is a bit of what president trump said when he was in saudi arabia last week but this untapped potential this tremendous causes optimism dis held at bay by bloodshed and terror they can be no coexistence with this violence there can be no tolerating is no accepting it no excusing it then no big norring every time a chairs murders and prayers and falsely invokes the name of god they should be an insult to every person of say terrorists do not worship god they worship deaths if we do not act against is organized then we know what will then what will be the end result in sri you at a fascinating column in the federal list which i'm gonna linked to my facebook facebook to accomplish molyneaux fan i'm gonna put.

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