Nothing is static, everything is fluid. And the sharia slope is a slippery one, very fluid. Accommodating sharia demands gives way to more Islamic demands. Now it’s not enough that everyone is forbidden to criticize Islam in any way under penalty of death (figuratively and literally), now you cannot even say its name.
Jihad Jew-hater Ilhan Omar has accused already sharia-compliant The Hill with “othering” her because they used the term “Muslim Verse” — in a positive light, I might add. Of course, the great irony is that Omar “others” herself – with her anti-Americanism, Jew-hatred, bigamy, incestuous marriage to her brother and her relentless Islamic supremacism.
As a Jew, if someone uses the term “Jewish prayer” or “Jewish verse,” let me assure, there is nothing negative in it. This is just totalitarianism a la Islam.
Rep. Ilhan Omar accuses The Hill of “othering” her by mentioning that she posted “Muslim verse”
Mar 17, 2019, By Robert Spencer:
The Hill is actively Sharia-compliant and wouldn’t dare publish anything remotely critical of jihad terror or Sharia oppression of women and others, but that’s not good enough. Apparently The Hill was not even supposed to notice that the verse Ilhan Omar quoted was Islamic, and to do so is “othering” her, even though she is quite ostentatiously Islamic and “others” herself willingly.
The establishment media is going to have to learn the new rules: As a Sharia-observant Muslim, Ilhan Omar is a victim. She is therefore never to be questioned, challenged, or contradicted. She is to be treated at all times and in all circumstances with adulatory praise. Even to note her activities in a neutral manner is “othering” and enhances her victim status, and probably makes you responsible for the New Zealand massacre. Ilhan Omar is our new master. Bow down!
“Rep. Ilhan Omar accuses The Hill of ‘otherizing’ her by mentioning she said a Muslim verse,” Twitchy, March 16, 2019:
We’re old enough to have attended school back before terms like “intersectionality” and “marginalization” had taken over the curriculum, so we didn’t see the carefully placed dog-whistle in The Hill’s tweet about Rep. Ilhan Omar reciting a Muslim verse in the aftermath of the Christchurch mass shooting. Maybe you’ll catch it.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 15, 2019
Here’s the tweet on which The Hill was reporting:
Inna lilahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un. This is chilling news to wake up to. In the face of this horror, I’m mourning with, and holding our community extra close today.
We must not live in fear. I will be at Jumu’ah today and I hope others will too. Jummah Mubarak.
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) March 15, 2019
Now she’s accusing The Hill of “otherizing” her and other Muslims by pointing out she shared a Muslim verse.
What is a “Muslim verse”?
Why did you have a need to signal it out?
And more importantly, are Muslims not allowed to say a prayer for our dead?
This is lazy and “othering”. Do better!
Astaghfirullah 🤦🏽♀️ https://t.co/B8otmRHZzh
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) March 16, 2019
First, our guess is that a Muslim verse is a verse said by Muslims, and second, where the hell did she get the idea that The Hill was suggesting that Muslims aren’t allowed to say a prayer for their dead?…
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