Hvem sagde “hate speech”?

Blandt tilhængere af Fredens Religion®, samt blandt tilhængernes ikke-islamiske apologéter (halal-hippier) vides det med sikkerhed, at det kun er Muhameds stakkels disciple som er udsat for racistsk hate-speech hate speech kan jo kun gå den ene vej. Men har de ret? Se bare her, og læs hele interviewet ved at følge nedenstående link:

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Abul Kasem, an ex-Muslim who is the author of hundreds of articles and several books on Islam including, Women in Islam. He was a contributor to the book Leaving Islam – Apostates Speak Out as well as to Beyond Jihad: Critical Views From Inside Islam. He writes from Sydney, Australia and can be reached at [nirribilli at gmail dot com].

FP: Abul Kasem, welcome to Frontpage Interview.
Kasem: Thank you.

FP: We are here today to discuss how Islam views non-Muslims. What is the best way to start this discussion?
Those who have not read the Qur’an in detail have very little idea about the unremitting hatred Allah has for the non-Muslims. One striking aspect of Islam’s unbound rage and hatred for the unbelievers is that Allah is obsessed with tagging the unbelievers with animals—various types, such as dogs, camels, cows, pigs, apes, goat and so on.

FP: Can you share some verses from the Qur’an, ahadith, and other important sources in Islam on this theme?
Sure. Allah sees unbelievers as worse than animals. Let us start with verse 8:55 of the Qur’an. In essence this verse says: the unbelievers are the worst beasts (or worst animals) in the eyes of Allah.

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YUSUFALI: For the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah are those who reject Him: They will not believe.
PICKTHAL: Lo! the worst of beasts in Allah’s sight are the ungrateful who will not believe.
SHAKIR: Surely the vilest of animals in Allah’s sight are those who disbelieve, then they would not believe.

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FP: So what should happen to these lowest of animals according to Islam?
Islam decrees that they be slaughtered Islamically, just in the manner as animals are killed, that is, by beheading. In Sunaan ibn Majah (hadis number 4.3126) we read that the blood of animals is very dear to Allah, and therefore, one must slaughter animals to please Allah (hadis number 4.3167). Since non-Muslims are animals it is evident that Allah has a great penchant for the blood of infidels.
What are some of the most disturbing verses in terms of all of this?
Qur’an 7:176-177*) will profoundly disturb many non-Muslims. In verse 7:176 Allah says those who reject faith are like panting dogs; preaching to them is a waste of time. Maulana Maududi writes (commentary number 7/139):

…This is followed by a statement in which God likens the person in question to a dog. A dog’s protruding tongue and the unceasing flow of saliva from his mouth symbolize unquenchable greed and avarice. The reason for likening the human character described above to a dog is because of his excessive worldliness… This metaphor of the dog highlights the fate of the worldly man who breaks loose from his faith and knowledge, who entrusts his reins to blind lust and who ends up as one wholly devoted to gratifying his own appetite.

What Maududi is says is quite clear: those who do not accept Islam are greedy dogs.

(* :007.176
YUSUFALI: If it had been Our will, We should have elevated him with Our signs; but he inclined to the earth, and followed his own vain desires. His similitude is that of a dog: if you attack him, he lolls out his tongue, or if you leave him alone, he (still) lolls out his tongue. That is the similitude of those who reject Our signs; So relate the story; perchance they may reflect.
PICKTHAL: And had We willed We could have raised him by their means, but he clung to the earth and followed his own lust. Therefor his likeness is as the likeness of a dog: if thou attackest him he panteth with his tongue out, and if thou leavest him he panteth with his tongue out. Such is the likeness of the people who deny Our revelations. Narrate unto them the history (of the men of old), that haply they may take thought.
SHAKIR: And if We had pleased, We would certainly have exalted him thereby; but he clung to the earth and followed his low desire, so his parable is as the parable of the dog; if you attack him he lolls out his tongue; and if you leave him alone he lolls out his tongue; this is the parable of the people who reject Our communications; therefore relate the narrative that they may reflect.

YUSUFALI: Evil as an example are people who reject Our signs and wrong their own souls.
PICKTHAL: Evil as an example are the folk who denied Our revelations, and were wont to wrong themselves.
SHAKIR: Evil is the likeness of the people who reject Our communications and are unjust to their own souls.

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