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Your Daily Muslim #704: Hashim Hussain

Hashim Hussain

Hashim Hussain

Teenage UK Muslim Hashim Hussain, who frequently discusses the end of the world on Facebook, had some unkind words when interacting with counterjihadists. After misunderstanding a question and outing himself as a homophobe, he dug a hole now far too deep to ever get out of.

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“And it’s the only punishment that will make people learn.” Really? Since when did a natural consensual behavior that harms no one warrant a punishment? Hussain also fails to understand that killing people is a crime in the civilized world, though his barbaric religion teaches him it’s A-OK under various conditions.

“It’s not right in Islamic nature,” Hussain continued. The narrow worldview of “Islamic nature” is not the same as biological reality, as any educated person knows. Sadly, Hussain’s mindset has yet to catch up to modern times.

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Your Daily Muslim #703: Abdurrazaq bin Abdul Mohsin bin Hamd bin Abdul Mohsin bin Abdullah bin Hamd bin Uthman al-Abbad al-Badr

See Also: Resting Bitch Face

See Also: Resting Bitch Face

Today’s YDM is about a fatwa from Saudi sheikh Abdurrazaq bin TL;DR al-Badr. Let’s play a game: what normal thing does this fatwa condemn?

If you guessed smartphones, you’d be correct. al-Badr blames smartphones for an alleged decline in the amount of respect shown for the sanctity of the masjid (mosque.) He asserts that people spend their time in the masjid on their smartphones or telling jokes instead of bending over for an invisible sky-demon. “In the masjids, do not use speech and do not do actions, except those statements and actions which the masjid was built for,” he began. “The masjids were built for the prayer, recitation of the Qur’an, remembrance of Allah, to show gratitude to Allah, to praise him, for knowledge, studying, and reflection. Not for speech concerning worldly matters and relaxing telling jokes and vain speech; or this immense calamity which has appeared during this time—the smart phone—that which contains the calamities of the world!”

Yes, this bonafide troglodyte called smartphones an “immense calamity.” Never mind how much more efficient smartphones have made both professional and personal communication. But that doesn’t matter to al-Badr, whose priorities remain in the 7th century instead of the 21st. As for containing the calamities of the world, smartphones generally don’t have content including child rape, beheading, and sex slavery, unlike the Qur’an.

“It is to the extent that some [worshippers], immediately after they say the Salaam the second time to exit the prayer, they put their hand in their pocket and take out their devices. And this is proof that even during the obligatory prayer he was preoccupied with what is on his device. It is as though the prayer was holding him back.” Hello captain obvious. Maybe if Islam didn’t have such a vice-grip on its followers’ lives, they’d be able to spend their time doing what they actually wanted instead of playing along so they don’t get beheaded for apostasy.

The mad Muslim continued: “The masjids must be protected from the likes of these distractions and amusements. And these phones, and what they contain to include picture taking, and other evil matters; by Allah they have brought harms to the people.” Islam forbids the creation of many types of images, hence why some scholars view photography as haram (forbidden.) Even in the case of camera phones, photography is still sometimes frowned upon. But how have camera phones brought harm to the people? Sure, there’s always that one woman who clogs your newsfeed with Instagrammed pictures of her food, but that’s the extent of it. Being ugly and/or camera-shy is not a reason to decry camera phones as “harmful to the people.”

“Has our situation reached the extent, oh Islamic nation, where this abominable, reprehensible music is played in the houses of Allah?” al-Badr asked when discussing musical ringtones. Sure, Bitch Better Have My Money is every other person’s ringtone despite being incredibly annoying, but it’s not “abominable.”

al-Badr’s hatred of music became even more vehement: “Music on the cell phones is prohibited in every situation. It is prohibited in every situation; rather it is upon him to choose for his cell phone audios which are not musical. And this affair becomes more dangerous when these evil sounds are inside the houses of Allah the blessed and exalted.” Many Muslims view the majority of music as being haram. However, most sane people (both kafir and Muslim) recognize that music isn’t “dangerous.” If a deity doesn’t want music in its houses of worship, perhaps it’s best to pick a new deity.

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Your Daily Muslim #702: Azizi al-Hariri

Azizi al-Hariri

Azizi al-Hariri

Miami Muslim convert Miguel Moran Diaz, who assumed the Islamic name Azizi al-Hariri, was in a rut. A convicted felon who had served nearly four years behind bars for dealing cocaine, his future prospects were looking grim. His religion, however, provided him with a solution to his problems.

Islam promises virgins in jannat al-firdaus to anyone who becomes a shahid (martyr.) al-Hariri thought that was pretty neat, especially since he wouldn’t have to pay for them. To gain access to this realm of eternal pleasure, he had to kill a bunch of people for the realm’s gatekeeper, an invisible sky-demon named Allah.

al-Hariri hatched a plan to attain shahada (martyrdom.) He planned on using a rifle from his stash of illegal guns to shoot scores of people and create chaos in Miami. However, the only thing he shot was himself, in the foot.

al-Hariri spoke to someone whom he believed was a fellow Islamic State (ISIS) sympathizer about his plot. He said he planned to engrave “ISIS” into his shell casings so “they would know there was a sniper in town.” We already know how this goes, so let’s fast-forward to his court appearance.

“I want to apologize to the community,” he told the court. “I guarantee that it won’t happen again.” He’s right. It won’t. He’s been sentenced to 15 years behind bars.

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Your Daily Muslim #701: Anwar ul Haque

Anwar ul Haque

Anwar ul Haque

Islamabad pathologist Dr. Anwar ul Haque is a true 7th-century regressive. Despite being versed in western medicine, he clings to outdated beliefs from ages past. Let’s take a look at what he’s written on his Facebook:

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The point he tries to make about women’s testimony being worth less than men not being in the Qur’an is only somewhat true. Qur. 2:282 makes an allusion to this. However, a hadith (Bukhari 6:301) explicitly states what taqiyya master ul Haque tries to deny. I’m not even going to bother going into the rest of that misogynistic horseshit; any sane person knows women shouldn’t have their rights taken away in the name of “protection.”

ul Haque is Facebook friends with yesterday’s daily Muslim, Kaukab Siddique. On a post regarding homosexuality and its causes, the “doctor” commented:

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How are we destroying the fabric of society? We aren’t the ones randomly beheading people or blowing ourselves up.

He explained how Muslims are comanded to wage jihad against the kuffar on a post about a Pakistani politician’s new wife:

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Speaking of jihad, he supports convicted terrorist Aafia Siddiqui and blames her arrest on (wait for it) the Jews:

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Here’s some crazy conspiracy bullshit to round this one out. This level of crazy defies explanation:

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Your Daily Muslim #700: Kaukab Siddique

Kaukab Siddique

Kaukab Siddique

“Know the Jews and you’ll know your enemy.”

Our taxpayer money funds Pennsylvania’s Lincoln College. That means your taxes are paying for today’s daily Muslim, Pakistani-American professor Kaukab Siddique, to spread his savage views.

Siddique has recently come under fire for his hateful remarks toward Jews (see above quote), women, gays, and the other usual suspects. He claims he has always stood up for the oppressed, yet doesn’t realize that to actually do so means not spewing anti-Semitic hatred.

Siddique has called upon people to “defeat, to destroy, to dismantle Israel, if possible by peaceful means.” Yes, because the words “defeat” and “destroy” totally have peaceful connotations. This comment on his Facebook details the depth of his anti-Semitism:

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Yep, a tenured professor just referred to the holocaust as a hoax. Sadly, Siddique still has his job.

Speaking of the holocaust, Siddique can’t even decide whether or not Hitler was morally repugnant.

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One of Siddique’s favorite Jews to target is counterjihad activist Pamela Geller, who organized a Muhammad (pigs be upon him) cartoon contest in Texas earlier this year. Two Islamic State (ISIS) supporters attacked the event and were sent off to their 72 virgins. Siddique’s comments about both Geller and the event are concerning:

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CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, is a Hamas-linked group that routinely wages litigation jihad over incidents of alleged “Islamophobia.” Because it’s a mainstream group, it’s not crazy enough for Siddique’s tastes.

Siddique also reacted to the counter-protests that sprung up as a result of the cartoon event shooting:

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You’d think an academic would formulate deeper opinions than “blame it on the Jews,” but Siddique apparently considers his opinion to be well-informed.

Of course, the Jews weren’t the only ones who experienced this absurd Muslim’s wrath. He also went after gays:

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No religion is sacred? Ha! You mean no religion's seventh-century idiocy is placed before human rights. Also, a Muslim taking the side of a child molester? Never would've seen that coming... *eyeroll*

No religion is sacred? Ha! You mean no religion’s seventh-century idiocy is placed before human rights. Also, a Muslim taking the side of a child molester? Never would’ve seen that coming… *eyeroll*

“Reckless supporter of homosexuality” – I have no words.

Siddique has also expressed support for actions of ISIS.

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Siddique’s most controversial remarks, however, were about the women who reported being raped by comedian Bill Cosby.

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Really? Most non-Muslims commit rape? Uh, no, but your prophet (pigs be upon him) did. Your prophet molested a 9-year-old and told his followers they were entitled to “[women] whom their right hands possess.” (Qur. 23:5-6) Those women referenced are women captured in battle, and it is considered halal for Muslim men to use them as sex slaves.

“Many women are sluts,” Siddique wrote. Just because a woman is sexually liberated does not mean she’s willing. Consent is paramount. NO EXCEPTIONS. A woman being promiscuous does not justify her rape, nor does it make her less likely to press charges. Also, shaming women for their sexuality by calling them “sluts” is classless.

“Random sex is quite acceptable in America,” the Muslim continued. One, as if that’s a bad thing. Two, “random sex” and “rape” are not one and the same. Random sex involves the paramount ingredient: consent. Rape is an act of extreme violence. To claim the acceptability of random sex is a reason a woman wouldn’t come forward about being raped is intellectually dishonest at best.

“I really want to know. These ‘liberated’ women of America have taken 10, 20, even 30 years to complain openly. Why?” Uhh, because rape is traumatic, and coming forward can cause people to mentally relive the horror. Also, many would want to avoid the public scrutiny that comes with accusing a (now formerly) beloved celebrity like Cosby. Siddique’s reasons for the women not coming forward are incorrect, misogynistic, and defamatory.

When a Muslimah raised funds to help repair many of the black churches that suspiciously burned down this year, Siddique condemned her charitable efforts. Why? Because Muslims are apparently supposed to help their own instead of the kuffar:

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Well, that was YDM700. It’s been quite a ride. 100 pieces remain until the grand finale. Thank you to everyone who’s stuck with the site – the best (worst?) is likely yet to come. Go vote in the Muslim of the Month poll if you haven’t already, and be sure to check back for new content!

I’ll leave you with this gem from this intellectual titan of our time.

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Your Daily Muslim #699: Nabil Huruy

Nabil Huruy

Nabil Huruy

Toronto Muslim Nabil Huruy was ahead of his time. His ideas, deemed radical by many, were put into practice not long before they became mainstream. Yes, he’s a hipster Muslim – he attempted a lone-wolf jihad beheading before they were cool.

Huruy had several encounters with law enforcement in the weeks leading up to the incident, one of which landed him in a hospital for a mental health check. He later went on to deny he was crazy.

One night, Huruy walked into a cafe where some guys were casually playing cards. He joined their game, then decided he wasn’t playing around. He repeatedly slashed and stabbed one of the men, a firefighter, in the head and neck. He was arrested and ordered to undergo another mental health evaluation.

“[At the institution] I thought I got to do my job and guard my own, to prove I’m not mentally ill, and that I was going through something that I let build and bottled up,” he said. Not mentally ill, just “going through something?” What? Islamic radicalization? In court, Huruy wore traditional Islamic garb. He plead guilty.

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Your Daily Muslim #698: Mohammed Ammer Ali

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Meet Mohammed Ammer Ali, a Muslim software engineer from the UK. Not content with a high-paying career and two children (who were not his wives), Ali felt the need to connect with his religion on a deeper level. That meant trying to kill as many innocent people as possible.

Ali went into the “dark web” to purchase ricin, lacking the skills to make it himself. He soon found himself in contact with an individual who claimed he could sell and ship ricin to the UK. Of course, that individual was an undercover FBI agent. Ali was scheduled to pay $500 for the ricin… with bitcoins. As anyone with half a brain knows, bitcoin services have been plagued with problems since their inception. Ali likely felt the transaction would be more secure if completed over a bitcoin service.

Ali said he would be a “very good repeat customer,” suggesting he planned to purchase even more ricin. “I do like the idea of five separate vials,” he messaged the undercover agent about the delivery method. “Are we talking Breaking Bad-style?” Of course, his jihad didn’t get that far.

Investigators found searches and notes on his computer like “get pet to murder,” along with “Liverpool pet shop,” “chinchillas Liverpool,” and “small sized pets.” The real gem among the searches, however, was “what poison kills you quick, is foolproof, easily found/made, easily concealed and hard to detect post mortem.” That’s more descriptive than some of the bizarre fetish-porn searches that land people on YDM.

Ali told the court he wanted the ricin for a “peaceful purpose” out of “pure curiosity.” Of course, he left out the detail that he planned on using the citizens of Liverpool as guinea pigs.

“I’ve done a few Google searches but it wasn’t to harm anyone,” he said. “I wasn’t thinking of harming anybody. I mean, it’s on TV and stuff like that. I’m not that type of person.” Uh huh. Sure. So that poison search and “get pet to murder” weren’t related to harming anyone.

The quantity of Ricin Ali attempted to purchase was estimated to be able to kill 700-1400 people. His trial is ongoing.

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