Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Editorial As Islamic Propaganda


Subject: Editorial As Islamic Propeganda
To: "Editors Journal-Sentinel"
CC: "Regents UW"

Dear Editor Mohammed bin Laden:

Your August 15th ad, disguised as an editorial ("Islam-Bridging those gaps"), pimping for an upcoming "Combating Islamophobia" seminar at UW-Milwaukee seems to ignore the reality of the teachings of Islam (Which allow/encourage, if not command the use of murder, rape, genocide, robbery, etc.) and the 1400-year history of Islamic aggression and those crimes to this very day in such places as the Sudan, other parts of Africa, Thailand, Israel, the Philippines and too many other places to list.

I do doubt that the presenters will note those verses of the Koran listed below. (If my printing and bail-bond fund were larger, I would appear at that conference to distribute copies of that list and book reviews of Mr. Robert Spencer's The Politically Incorrect Guide To Islam (And The Crusades) so others will not be confused about the real and unchangeable nature of that ideology.)

The real problem is that not enough people really understand the danger of millions of Muslims who follow those core teachings and wish to destroy civilization, freedom and creativity.

However, all is not lost! UW-Milwaukee could next sponsor "seminars" run by the American Nazi Party, Aryan Nation and the KKK.

Respectfully submitted,
James Pawlak

cc Chancellor Carlos Santiago---via US Mail

Editorial: Bridging those gaps
A seminar this week will discuss educators' role in fostering understanding of Muslims and Islam.
From the Journal Sentinel
Posted: Aug. 14, 2007
"Combating Islamophobia" is the provocative title of a seminar in Milwaukee on Thursday, one of three slated to "present accurate information" and "create a greater sense of community through education and dialogue," according to the seminar's materials.
It's a worthwhile goal, here and elsewhere.
The Milwaukee Muslim Women's Coalition is leading the effort, keying on education for this first seminar. Others will deal with the media and law enforcement. Speakers will focus Thursday on the role of educators and curriculum in combating bias against Muslims.
Clashes occur when misunderstanding abounds. This seminar commendably takes the stance that finding common ground is a worthy way to tackle the problem.

* verses which preached cruelty, incited violence and disturbed public tranquility (i.e., 2:193; 8:39; 2:216; 9:41; 9:123; 66:9; 9:73; 8:65; 8:66; 47:4—15; 8:12; 69:30—33; 8:15—18; 25:52; 9:39; 9:111; 3: 169—171; 4:100; 48:29; 49:15; 2:154; 3:157—158; 8:59—60; 9:2—3; 9:29; 8:67; 4:84; 29:6; 29:69; 61:9—13; 9:36; 9:5; 9:14; 9:20—22; 4:95—96; 8:72—74; 3:142)
* verses which promoted, on grounds of religion, feelings of enmity, hatred and ill-will between different religious communities (i.e., 4:101; 60:4; 58:23; 9:7; 8:13—14; 8:55; 25:55; 5:72; 9:23; 9:28; 3:28; 3:118; 4:144; 5:14; 5:64; 5:18; 5:51)
* verses which insulted other religions as well as the religious beliefs of other communities (i.e., 5:17; 4:157; 5:116—118; 98:6; 68:8—13; 38:55—57; 22:19—21; 22:56—57; 5:36; 15:2; 72:14—15;41:33; 4:125; 25:27—29; 26:96—99; 3:85; 8:38; 31:13; 29:41—42; 37:22—25; 37:26—32; 25:17—19; 7:173; 21:66—67; 21:98—100; 16:20—21; 6:22—23; 6:40—41; 6:148; 2;221; 24:3)

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