Apparently there is a new bus campaign to counter my freedom bus ads that were designed to save the lives of converts out of Islam.
I didn't know it was a contest. I also didn't know that "40 Muslim leaders" in San Francisco signed a letter demanding my bus ads come down. Anyone opposed to the SIOA bus ads supports the death penalty for apostates. Those Islamic supremacists can't stand an outreach group to help Muslims in danger. Is it any wonder that no one will talk about this honestly in the Muslim community? They are scared to death of the Muslim Brotherhood proxies.
Here's the latest craziness.
Photo hat tip Pamela Hall
It's important to point out that RT TV had me debate an Ahmadiyya Muslim. They are
regarded as apostates in Pakistan and are brutally repressed
Muslims consider both Ahmadi movements to be heretics and non-Muslims for a
number of reasons, chief among them being the question of finality of
since they believe members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community do not regard the
Islamic prophet Muhammad as the last prophet.
The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement does not subscribe to this belief; its members, in
fact, deny the prophethood of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad.
Ahmadis claim that this is a result of misinterpreting Mirza Ghulam Ahmad's
statements referring to his coming “in the spirit of Muhammed”,
(similar to John the Baptist coming
in the spirit and power of Elijah).
Ahmadi movements are considered non-Muslims by the Pakistan government, and have
this fact recorded on their travel documents. By contrast, Ahmadi citizens from
Western countries and other moderate Muslim nations perform Hajj and Umra, as the Saudi government is
not made aware that they are Ahmadis when they apply for a visa. A court
decision has upheld the right of Ahmadiyyas to identify themselves as Muslims in
Ahmadi Muslims believe Ghulam Ahmad to be the Mahdi and promised Messiah.
fundamentalist Islamic groups have demanded that Ahmadiyyas be “officially”
declared to be kafirs (infidels). Ahmadiyyas
have become a persecuted group, targeted via protests and acts of violence.
According to Amnesty International, followers have been subject to “house
arrest”, and several have been killed. In late 2003, several large violent
marches, led by Moulana
Moahmud Hossain Mumtazi, were directed to occupy an Ahmadiyya mosque. In
2004, all Ahmadiyya publications were banned.
In 2008, many
Muslims in Indonesia protested against
the Ahmadiyya movement. With violence and large demonstrations, these religious
conservatives put pressure on the government to monitor, and harass the
Ahmadiyya community in Indonesia.
In June 2008, a law was passed to curtail “proselytizing” by Ahmadiyya
An Ahmadiyya mosque was burned.
Human rights groups objected to the restrictions on religious freedom.
Public opinion in Indonesia is split in three ways on how Ahmadiyya should be
treated: (a) some hold it should be banned outright on the basis that it is a
heretical and deviant sect that is not listed as an officially recognised
religion in Indonesia; (b) others hold that it should not be banned because of
the freedom of religion article in the Constitution, but also should not be
allowed to proselytise under the banner of "Islam" on the basis that this is
misleading; (c) still others hold that it should be free to do and say as it
pleases based on the Constitutional right to freedom of religion. (more here)
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