Friday, December 24, 2010

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Islamic hatred of Christmas

Rooted in the Koran's and Mohammed's injunctions to wipe out Christianity.

by Ferdinand III


Muslim intolerance of Christianity finds its outlet in Islam's general dislike of Christmas, which according to Muslim norms is a pagan celebration. The Christian Trinity is routinely vilified in the Koran, as is the idea that a God had a son. The Muslims in their lust for credibility conflated of course, Al-Allah or the moon idol of Mecca and Mohammed's family deity with the anthropomorphic expression of divine power resident in the Jewish and Christian Godhead. The two ideas have nothing in common of course. It would be as if a cult leader whose main object of veneration was a large tree, was able to equate the tree with the Christian ideal of divinity. Suddenly the tree object morphs into an expression of God. It is nonsense.

In any event, maybe 'moderate' Muslims tolerate Christians and Christmas. Certainly in the West they have to, they have no power yet to stop it. But in general it is certainly true that the cult of Submission has no tolerance for swaggering infidel displays and the worship of Christ or of the ideal of a Christian God. Fundamentalist and 'true' Muslims can't stand it. The cult of Mohammed demands obeisance to the thing called 'Allah' and rejects any and all theologies which do not name this 'Allah' and his 'uncreated' Koran as the only road to social organization and personal salvation. For the true-believing Muslim Christmas and the celebration of Christ's 'birth' is an outrage that cannot be tolerated [In actually fact Christ was born in April and the December 25th holiday is a 4th century appropriation by Christians of the Roman pagan festival celebrating the future rebirth of Sol Invictus or the invincible Sun]. We know many Muslims do not feel kindly about Christmas. Read just some of the news items of Muslim intolerance towards the Christian polytheists [of course from just a few misguided Muslim zealots to be sure or so we are told]:

Bethlehem (AsiaNews)- This Christmas in Bethlehem, the cross has been banned from souvenirs for tourists and pilgrims in the Holy Land. Some textile workshops in Jerusalem and Hebron have begun to print and sell T-shirts depicting the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem without the cross. Because of the growth of Islamic fundamentalism in the Palestinian territories, the cross was also removed from t-shirts of football teams.

Jakarta; Ornaments such as Christmas trees, reindeer and twinkly lights have graced malls, hotels and other public places in the capital Jakarta ahead of Christmas. 'We know that Christmas is celebrated globally, but in Indonesia where people embrace different religions, the scene is a little too much,' said Amidhan Saberah, a member of the Indonesian Council of Ulema (Muslim scholars). 'Meanwhile, tens of millions of Indonesians are living in poverty and some are still struggling to get back on their feet after disasters,' he said.

UK;Fanatics from a banned Islamic hate group have launched a nationwide poster campaign denouncing Christmas as evil. Organisers plan to put up thousands of placards around the UK claiming the season of goodwill is responsible for rape, teenage pregnancies, abortion, promiscuity, crime and paedophilia. They hope the campaign will help 'destroy Christmas' in this country and lead to Britons converting to Islam instead.

Holland/Belgium [December 22nd] A group - Sharia4Holland - calling on Muslims to fight for the setting up of a Dutch Islamic state has started operating openly in the Netherlands, writes the Protestant daily newspaper, Trouw. The group, which has split from Sharia4Belgium, wants Islamic sharia law to be introduced in the Netherlands. Dutch National Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Erik Akerboom and the Dutch AIVD intelligence agency say they are aware of the group and its activities. Mr Akerboom believes it is too soon to intervene. “As far as we are aware, no crimes have as yet been committed,” he tells the paper.

Note: Under Sharia Law of course, no public displays whatsoever, of Infidel religious arcana, can be displayed.

The claims by the more immoderate of Mohammed's followers that Christmas leads to evil, applies of course not to the followers of the Book of Matthew, but to Islam. Sharia Law is actually Sharia-Koranic ritualization not laws. It destroys the humanity and the natural law rights of Jews, Christians, and Women. Islam promotes the 'evils' it associates with Christianity – sex with young girls and boys, abortions [they are legion in the Muslim world contrary to myth, since Muslim women have to prove their virginity upon marriage]; slave trading, terrorism, and crime due to a lack of education and job opportunities. Muslims calling Christmas evil is about as poignant an illustration of psychological projection as one can find. It is laughable. It would be as if the Nazis justified Jew genocide by highlighting the American war against the Native Indians. The two epics are not equal, and cannot be conflated.

It is a verity to all who bother to study Islam, that the Koran has nothing good to say at all about Christians. Not a single word in fact. The 2% of the Koran which contains 'moderately' nice words, addresses those phrases only to Muslims, not the hated Infidel. This has been written about before, and here is a partial list of the genetic animus that Muslim cult possesses towards the Christian religion for example. This inherent hatred will manifest itself when Muslims and their moon cult become the majority in a state, or powerful enough to challenge the 'polytheists' openly.

And we can state this with some certainty. The barbaric Muslim hatred of Christianity will become even more pronounced within Western states, as the Muslim population rises, their confidence inflates, and their arrogance grows. Even now in North America, many Muslim groups portrayed by the grinning idiots in the media as moderate, such as CAIR or ISNA, are putting pressure on schools, companies and retail outlets not to display Christmas paraphernalia, since these Christian symbols are seen as affronts to Islam. Never mind that most of these Christmas arcana are in fact secular – Santa Klaus, Rudolph, and Frosty are not Christian symbols but secular inventions used to 'package' the holiday. But such nuances are lost on Muslims. In the Islamic mind, anything connected with Christmas is evil and should be denounced and eliminated. This Muslim attack on Christmas will only get worse in the years to come.