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Muslim Imam: Saying “Merry Christmas” is Worse than Murder


Talk about a dangerous idiot!

Although Muslims often claim they belong to the “religion of peace,” their actions tend to prove otherwise.  [10] According to this American Muslim Leader, you can offend somebody just by saying Merry Christmas to him. [8]  Even worst, he goes as far as to say that saying Merry Christmas is one of the WORST things a follower of Allah can do. No one can can say Merry Christmas “even if an alien came.” He also believes that wishing others a Merry Christmas is saying “congratulations on your false religion, congratulations on your false understanding of life.” [12] [10] This is from 2011, but it has enduring value as an illumination of the Islamic supremacist mindset. It was a shocking pronouncement from a high-ranking Muslim leader. And what he said is another nail in the coffin of “tolerant” multiculturalism. [6] Following are excerpts from a statement in English by Lebanese-born cleric Abu Musaab Wajdi Akkari, which was posted on the posted on The Middle East Media Research Institute TV Monitor Project’s website on November 6, 2011 :

 You cannot say: “Merry Christmas.” Not even if an alien came and said it to you — you cannot even say it to him, and say: “He’s just an alien. I’m never going to see him again. He’s not going to tell anyone.”

No “Merry Christmas” — not from a Muslim and not from a non-Muslim. It’s not part of our religion — period! It is the concept that God was born on the 25th of December. That’s as polytheistic and heretic as you can get.

When you say: “Merry Christmas,” you are saying: “Congratulations on your false religion,” “Congratulations on your false understanding of life.” You are congratulating them on the most evil of polytheism and heresy.

As Ibn Qayyim said, this is worse than fornication, drinking alcohol, and killing someone, because you are approving of the biggest crime every committed by the children of Adam — polytheism. [1] [2] [3]

In Islam, ‘Shirk’ is the sin of practicing idolatry, while ‘Kufr’ is disbelief in the tenets of Islam.  Apparently, both are really bad. [4] This totally puts a different spin on the left’s war against Christmas. [12]  Don’t you think? So let’s get this straight: Killing thousands on 9/11, that’s okay… killing millions of Jews in the Holocaust, that’s okay too… killing Americans and Christians worldwide and putting their heads on spikes or crucifying them, that’s even better… But don’t you dare say Merry Christmas! [3] Of course, as we all know, this makes those who participate in the holiday tradition an infidel and worthy of a certain brutal and merciless death.  As the less-than-politically-correct folks over at Clash Daily wrote, “If you and your dense crew don’t like to hear Merry Christmas then move back to Suckistan.” [13] After all, the same relgion that believes in stoning women to death for not wearing full Islamic garb but finds it perfectly normal to have sex with the neighbor’s goat. [7]

[2] Robert Spencer, Muslim cleric: Saying “Merry Christmas” worse than alcohol, fornication, and murder, Jihad Watch, December 25, 2013 8:34 pm
[3] Terresa Monroe-Hamilton, A Militant Islamic Leader Says That “Saying Merry Christmas” Is Worse Than MURDER, Right Wing News,  10 Dec, 2014
[4] Dan Joseph, Muslim: Saying ‘Merry Christmas’ Worse than Murder, MRCTV, December 2, 2014 10:56am ET
[7] Amy Elizabeth, Muslim Rant “Saying Merry Christmas is Worse than Murder.”, GOP the Daily Dose, 10 December, 2014
[10] Robert Rich, Muslim Man Says This Christmas Tradition Is Worse Than Murder, Mad World,  December 1, 2014 at 12:47 pm
[11] Onan Coca, Muslim Imam Claims that Saying “Merry Christmas” is Worse than Murder, DC Clothe Line, December 2, 2014
[12] Hannah Bleau, Muslim man thinks saying ‘Merry Christmas’ is worse than… Young Cons, 2014-12-02

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