Browsed by
Tag: extremism

Extremism has no religion.

Extremism has no religion.

If you have seen the film American History X, you’ll be struck at the similarities between white supremacist demagoguery and that of “Muslim” extremist demagoguery. The psychology of extremism transcends religion; fundamentally it is about hatred of the “other”. The ingredients to motivating youngsters to extremism are universal. Take some disenfranchised youth, give them an “enemy” to blame for their problems and predicament. Add to that some twisted logic, back it up by selective statistics, de-contextualused scripture or some myths…

Read More Read More

As a British Muslim, I advise you: Don’t be alarmed by Schwartz

As a British Muslim, I advise you: Don’t be alarmed by Schwartz

Aftab Ahmad Malik* Like Daniel Pipes and Steve Emerson of the United States, Schwartz feeds on ignorance and fear to create, justify and foster a climate of suspicion and hostility. Whereas Pipes believes that between 10 to 15 percent of US Muslims are potential killers, Schwartz settles for casting suspicion on one million Muslims as potential Jihadis (read: terrorists). Rather than seeking out and defining the nuances of the debate, Schwartz opts for the easy option of reducing the Muslim…

Read More Read More

Schwartz’s Words of Mass Distortion

Schwartz’s Words of Mass Distortion

as-salamu ‘alaykum, Stephen Scwartz, the neo-Con Muslim, seems to have a grudge and agenda against Shaykh Hamza Yusuf. At every opportunity he twists and interpolates news to suit his own neo-Con agenda and pander to his neo-Con friends. Aftab Malik masterfully dissects and exposes Schwartz’s lies and a distortions, please circulate freely and as wide as possible: HTML VERSION HERE Schwartz’s Words of Mass Distortion Aftab Ahmad Malik* In his recent article: Is California an Islamic Republic? (The Family Security…

Read More Read More

Secured By miniOrange