Monday, June 13, 2016


The Husseini Islamic Center in Orlando, FLA, reportedly condemns the horrific attack at the Pulse nightclub by Omar Mateen that left 49 dead and scores of wounded:

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"Members of Husseini Islamic Center (HIC), stand united with our fellow Americans in categorically condemning this attack. We share the grief and sorrow of the nation and stand united with the Central Florida community and City of Orlando. Our heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to the families and loved ones who are victims of this tragedy."

Oh really?

As recently as 2013, that very same Husseini Islamic Centre invited a certain Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar, a British born islamic "scholar" to speak at the centre's mosque. During that speech, Sekaleshfar said "the killing of homosexuals is the compassionate thing to do"....

... and nobody at the HIC objected:

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Here's video of the "event":

“Death is the sentence. We know there’s nothing to be embarrassed about this, death is the sentence...We have to have that compassion for people, with homosexuals, it's the same, out of compassion, let’s get rid of them now.”

Guess the good sheikh made himself abundantly clear, huh? So, Husseini Islamic Centre, spare us your nonsense and lies. We all know that you condone, even cheer, the murder of 49 of your "fellow Americans".

The supreme irony is, of course, that perhaps nowhere on the planet as many men engage in homosexual behavior as in the muslim world. This article is lifting just a tip of the veil, but there are many, many more hints. But what would you expect in a societal model that condemns its young men full of testosterone to rampage around with basically no one else but their own sex? A societal model that hides its women - especially its most attractive ones! - from view? The islamic world is basically one enormous prison where far too many of the male inmates can only rely on their own sex to let off some steam.

Anyway... as a human and a Christian, although admittedly, far from an ideal one, I offer my sincere condolences to the relatives of those brutally murdered and wounded. This is a tragedy without equal. And, I fear, an omen of things to come, if coward politicians continue to evade the truth about the attack's real nature.


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