1/22/2008

Scary As All Hell

"Even though cutting off the hands and feet, or flogging the drunkard and fornicator, seem to be very abhorrent, once they are implemented, they become a deterrent for the whole society.

"This is why in Saudi Arabia, for example, where these measures are implemented, the crime rate is very, very, low," he told The Sunday Telegraph.


In a documentary to be screened on Channel 4 next month, entitled Divorce: Sharia Style, Dr Hasan goes further, advocating a sharia system for Britain. "If sharia law is implemented, then you can turn this country into a haven of peace because once a thief's hand is cut off nobody is going to steal," he says.

"Once, just only once, if an adulterer is stoned nobody is going to commit this crime at all.

"We want to offer it to the British society. If they accept it, it is for their good and if they don't accept it they'll need more and more prisons."

Tell me that joke again, you know, the one about Islam's ability to integrate into liberal Western society. Face it, unless there's serious and widespread reform of Islam in the near future, it's going to come to blows with every democratic, freedom-based and freedom-loving civilization it touches. This Dr. Hasan isn't even a radical, and he still buys into the barbaric notion that we should be cutting off the hands of "fornicators"! Unbelievable, and beyond frightening.

3 comments:

Jeff Hudecek said...

Still ignoring those 3 million American Muslims who aren't crazy and by in large don't endorse this bullcrap?

Philip Primeau said...

I'm more concerned about the 1.5 billion non-American Muslims, particularly those in Eurabia, er, Europe.

Plus, who says American Muslims are uniformly opposed to this sort of medievalism?

Jeff Hudecek said...

Newsweek does:

http://www.newsweek.com/id/32868

Great article, I read it on a plane last summer and glad I could find it again.

Also, I said "by in large," to acknowledge that some Americans who are Muslim I'm sure happen to be crazy/radical, just like in all religions.