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UK Muslim peers in bid to free teacher

This is a discussion on UK Muslim peers in bid to free teacher within the Politics, Jihad and Current Affairs forums, part of the Main Topics category; Here they go again, those tame Muslims who kowtow to the kuffaar: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/africa/7122323.stm It's just predictable now that whenever a ...

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    Here they go again, those tame Muslims who kowtow to the kuffaar:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/africa/7122323.stm

    It's just predictable now that whenever a Western person is jailed or held captive by Muslims, these people, these "moderates", fall over themselves to please their kaffaar masters.

    Yet again we might - and should ask - why the likes of them don't fly out to try and arrange the release of the many thousands of Muslim prisoners and captives held by the US and others in Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and so on.

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    wait, wait, wait... you don't have to fly out to demand the release of Muslim prisoners...

    They can start off by demanding the undoing of the scandalous trial against 'lyrical terrorist'...
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    Wait, she's been found guilty of a crime (whether they agree with the charge or not) and is serving a very short sentence of 15 days. Whilst Muslims here are imprisoned for 28 days without charge and the government wants to increase it even more, some even want 90 days!

    What a disgrace!

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    Well, maybe they are not doing the wrong thing by helpong this woman if she is unjustly imprisoned (which it seems she is).

    My problem with these peers is that they have sold out their religion at home and are ashamed of representing their own constituents for fear of upsetting their masters (hence their silence at the lyrical terrorist case and their condemnation of other Muslims)

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    These are Murtad Mushrik Taghut Lawmakers and not Muslims at all.

    What else can be expected from them? To petition Brown for the release of Musim captives from Belmarsh? Wake up, smell....coffee.

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    Free her and flog that fool for his crimes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joo Joo View Post
    Free her and flog that fool for his crimes!
    Flog who and for what crimes?

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    Peer Ahmed needs to get a bigger shirt.
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    I have no opinion on those two individuals since I don't know anything about the UK scene, but I *would* like to state that it *would* be great if some traditional and orthodox Ulema petition for the speedy release of the British woman. I believe that we Muslims should help the oppressors; how do we help them? Like the Prophet [s] said: by preventing them from oppressing.

    The Prophet [s] did not punish the man who urinated in the mosque, which is more inflammatory than accidentally naming a teddy bear. (Having said that, I do not think it is proper to name a non-human with the name of our Prophet.)

    I think someone like Shaykh Salman al-Aodah [h] should get on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayshAllah View Post
    I have no opinion on those two individuals since I don't know anything about the UK scene, but I *would* like to state that it *would* be great if some traditional and orthodox Ulema petition for the speedy release of the British woman. I believe that we Muslims should help the oppressors; how do we help them? Like the Prophet [s] said: by preventing them from oppressing.

    The Prophet [s] did not punish the man who urinated in the mosque, which is more inflammatory than accidentally naming a teddy bear. (Having said that, I do not think it is proper to name a non-human with the name of our Prophet.)

    I think someone like Shaykh Salman al-Aodah [h] should get on this.
    I think you are confused just like the other members in this forum who are grieving over the imprisonment of these filthy kafir teacher.

    NEVER believe everything you read in the media.

    “O you who believe! If a Fasiq (liar-evil person) comes to you with any news, verify it, least you should harm people in ignorance, and afterwards you become regretful for what you have done.”[Surah al-Hujurat-verse 6]
    There is much more to this story than the naming of the teddy bear adter Muhammad(saas) which is far worse than an ignorant unmannered bedouin peeing in the Masjid. Some news has come to me that this teacher said that the prophet Muhammad (saws) was a bad person and that a dog was involved in this whole incident. Muslims in Khartoum are calling for he to be executed. It is actually the apostate government that saved her life. The people wanted Shariah justice.

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