Iranian-born sheikh Hojjat Ramzy, who now resides in the UK, has several centuries of catching up to do. Ramzy established the first Islamic school in Oxfordshire to ensure the spread of incivility.
When a female convert to Islam (clearly a person of compromised mental faculty) applied for a teaching position at the school, she alleged Ramzy asked her invasive questions about her sex life. Because somehow what a woman chooses to do with her body affects her ability to teach. The woman filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming she had been underpaid after refusing to answer Ramzy’s questions about her virginity. Information about the outcome of the lawsuit was unable to be located.
Aside from women’s virginity, Ramzy also enjoys butting into their marital lives. “It is not allowed under any circumstances for a Christian man to marry a Muslim woman, it is not acceptable,” he is quoted as saying. Of course, it’s OK for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman so as to convert her to Islam, a practice commonly referred to as “love jihad.” Still, any cult that says you can’t marry outside of it needs to get with the times. Feels a bit too “you can’t sit with us” for the 21st century.
On September 11, 2015, in what has been described by many Twitter users as the most solid proof of god in the 21st century, a crane at the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca was struck by lightning. The crane crashed into the masjid, killing over 100. Ramzy commented on the calamity: “…I would like to congratulate those people who lost their lives for going straight to heaven without any question.” Really? What if they were child molesters like their prophet, pigs be upon him? What if they were terrorists? That doesn’t matter, believing in the invisible sky-demon Allah is apparently a get into jannah free card. “This is great honor from god that everyone wishes for but not many will be granted.” Really? So everyone wishes to die? Sorry, I don’t ascribe to beliefs that glorify death.
Shortly after the Charlie Hebdo jihad attack, a Muslim storeowner decided to sell the magazine’s next issue so as to satisfy the demands of his customers and generate dialogue. Ramzy condemned the decision and led a small protest against the magazine’s sale: “By Charlie Hebdo publishing this picture of our prophet [pigs be upon him], we have been insulted,” he said. “I believe that Charlie Hebdo is an extremist magazine and they are trying to intimidate Muslim communities. I totally condemn the terrorist attacks in Paris but I condemn the magazine’s action by repeating the picture. It wasn’t necessary. [The store] should not sell it as it insults the Muslim community.” Ramzy calling someone an extremist? That’s rich.
As for the magazine intimidating Muslims, if a picture is all it takes, that’s kinda sad. They enjoy intimidating infidels (see Muslim Patrol), but can’t take even the slightest jab at their pedophile prophet? Sad.