Monday, July 27, 2015

Muslims who held anti-terror rally faced resistance from some Muslims

DublinMosque_largeThis is just the opposite of what the situation should be if the mainstream narrative about Islam and jihad were true. We should be seeing pro-jihad terror Muslims opposed strenuously within their own community. Instead, those who oppose jihad terror are the real “tiny minority of extremists,” hounded and opposed by their fellow Muslims. An update on this story.
“Muslims who held anti-terrorism Dublin rally faced resistance from some Muslims,” Irish Examiner, July 26, 2015:
A group of Muslims behind an anti-terrorism demonstration in Dublin, say they faced resistance from a few members of the Islamic community, while promoting the event.
The Irish Muslim Peace and Integration Council organised the protest against terrorism and the actions of the so-called Islamic State group.
Organisers said that a member of the council was assaulted by someone at a mosque who claimed to support ‘ISIS’, while he was handing out leaflets to promote today’s protest against terrorism.
Shaykh Dr. Umar Al-Qadri of the IMPIC, says Muslims in Ireland need to take a stand against radical teachings.
“We as Muslims, we must condemn them. We must not remain silent,” said Shaykh Dr. Umar Al-Qadri .
“The Mosques, the Islamic centres, the organisations, we should not ignore these, because these people are like an infection, like a cancer. If you remain silent you will let them come in the Mosque and they will speak to the youth and spread the cancer of extremism to the Muslim youth.”

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