Monday, June 09, 2008

oooh! Smackdown!

You have to love it when the devout Muslim can't quote the Koran as well as the devout Jew! Truth will always win in the end.

Another funny bit is that the Muslims is upset about his ancestors drinking wine, but not burying girls alive. Interesting religion when a sip of wine is so much more offensive than the slow and agonizing slaughter of an innocent little girl. Can any of my Muslim readers tell this Jew how many time Jerusalem is mentioned in the Koran, just to prove him wrong?

Something... and Half of Something: oooh! Smackdown!: "'Building in Jerusalem is another nail in the coffin in negotiations with the Palestinian Authority,' narrator Jimal Rian asserted. Dr. Kedar answered in fluent Arabic, 'This was our capital 3,000 years ago, and we were here when your forefathers were drinking wine, burying girls alive and worshipping pre-Muslim idols. This is our city and it will be our city forever.'

His reference to Muslims drinking wine, which is forbidden in Islam, infuriated the host. Rian wagged his finger in the air and said excitedly, 'If you want to talk about history, you cannot erase Jerusalem from the Koran, and don’t attack the Muslim religion if we want to continue talking.'

Dr. Kedar replied, 'Jerusalem is not mentioned even once in the Koran. Jerusalem is a Jewish city.'

The Al Jazeera host responded by quoting a verse from the Koran in which he thought Jerusalem was mentioned by name, but stopped in the middle upon realizing that it only refers to 'the farthest place.'

Dr. Kedar: 'Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Koran even once. You can't rewrite the Koran on air on Al Jazeera.'"

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