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Christian Extremist: Kill the Atheists!

  • Author: MR
  • Filed under: Funny, Video
  • Date: Feb 21,2007 | 10:44 AM

I thought he was joking, but after looking at his profile and the other videos he was referring to, he seems serious. The comments are interesting. It looks like he is not the only Christian extremist out there.


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  • 15 Responses for "Christian Extremist: Kill the Atheists!"

    1. Mujahida February 21st, 2007 at 2:58 pm

      Lol. You now the funny thing is if a Muslim did the same and released a video like this on youtube shouting ‘Death to the atheists’ it would make the headlines !! Double standards. There’s only space or they’re only interested in the Muslim ‘extremists’ . Funny isn’t it.

    2. Abdullah February 21st, 2007 at 4:32 pm

      This is the funniest thing ever!

    3. H. Ahmed February 21st, 2007 at 6:52 pm

      I dont get what ur point is in posting this. There are Muslim extremists who express similar rhetoric as well.

      And why should one laugh at this? If he seriously is willing to kill those that dont share his beliefs, how is that a laughing matter?

    4. Mujahideen Ryder February 21st, 2007 at 10:38 pm

      H. Ahmed on February 21, 2007 at 6:52 pm said:

      I dont get what ur point is in posting this. There are Muslim extremists who express similar rhetoric as well.

      And why should one laugh at this? If he seriously is willing to kill those that dont share his beliefs, how is that a laughing matter?

      The point is that Muslims are NOT THE ONLY ones that are extreme. Also, not the only ones that cover there faces with only the yes showing when saying fanatical things.

      Media, media, media. Ppl need to see it.

    5. Saad S. February 22nd, 2007 at 12:36 am

      This guy is more of a “Extremist”, a lot more than a so-called “Muslim Extremist” because a Muslim is defending himself against occupation, oppression, having their natural resources stolen and their people murdered.

    6. Doa February 22nd, 2007 at 12:23 pm

      Christian extremists do exist,without a doubt. Look at the abortion clinics blown up…the whole basis for the KKK that still exists in SO many places including NY, the kind of stuff that goes on down south in the “Bible belt”…
      and sooo much more.
      But the problem today is, if the media doesn’t show it, it doesn’t exist.
      There are other vides on youtube that call for the death of all muslims as well…for a huge genocide. It’s really disturbing seeing the huge effect media can make on one’s mindset. We just need more Muslims out there to be true to their deen and make others say, “wow! I guess I was wrong about Muslims.” And we need to step up when we see an extremist in our community and help them back to the middle path. As brother Malcolm X once said,“Power in defense of freedom is greater than power in behalf of tyranny and oppression.” We just need to put our minds and our strength together and insha Allah the truth will prevail.

    7. Debbie February 22nd, 2007 at 2:51 pm

      That is so funny. He sounds just like a TV evangelist. Most of us Christians make fun of them, because so many of them just want the money viewers send in. They usually end up on the front pages of the news for embezzlement, or for having an affair or for being homosexual.

      As I’ve said before, there are crazies in all religions.

    8. Ahsan Irfan February 22nd, 2007 at 3:18 pm

      as salam `alaykum

      What if he is an atheist with a hidden agenda, that of trying to make Christians look bad?

      :S

      Ahsan

    9. A February 22nd, 2007 at 5:36 pm

      Wa’Salam.

      But can’t everyone do that? I mean have a hidden agenda?

    10. Taalibah al Ilm February 26th, 2007 at 6:03 pm

      LOL

    11. aisha nur February 27th, 2007 at 11:45 am

      Mujahideen Ryder on February 21, 2007 at 10:38 pm said:

      The point is that Muslims are NOT THE ONLY ones that are extreme. Also, not the only ones that cover there faces with only the yes showing when saying fanatical things.

      Media, media, media. Ppl need to see it.

      same here, i dont get the point.
      i mean, i do. but i dont think its a great one. we all fall into this trap as muslims
      saying, look others are like us too.
      But we arent like that. muslims arent extreme. i cant relate at all with that guy.

      i dont know, but when i saw this i immediately felt like it wasnt right. theres something wrong with laughing at this.

      peace
      aisha nur

    12. bernie February 28th, 2007 at 1:20 am

      I am no Christian nor Muslim but this is a joke and shouldn’t be taken seriously. Some of the comments left at youtube are another thing however and some of those people really are serious. But listen, religious idiocy and extremism isn’t confined just to Christians, but as a Muslim you know that.

      This moron quotes Leviticus 24:16 that those who blaspheme the name of God shall be put to death by stoning by the congregation. However Leviticus 24:17 , the very next paragraph demands that “he that smiteth any man mortally shall surely be put to death.”

      Sounds a bit contradictory, no?

      Of course, I do not recall anywhere in the Quran that blasphemers be put to death, although in chapter 5(al-maeda); verse 72: there is some vague doom or painful punishment due the blasphemer. Oddly enough, during the Danish Cartoon riots there were signs held up by Muslims that said “death to the blasphemers” which seems a bit harsh considering the fact that the Quran did not ask for death, and the Quran is no mild book of punishments.

      BTW, just curious, do you believe in a western style of Islam or would you ever entertain living under Shariah?

    13. Mujahideen Ryder February 28th, 2007 at 1:27 am

      bernie on February 28, 2007 at 1:20 am said:

      I am no Christian nor Muslim but this is a joke and shouldn’t be taken seriously. Some of the comments left at youtube are another thing however and some of those people really are serious. But listen, religious idiocy and extremism isn’t confined just to Christians, but as a Muslim you know that.

      This moron quotes Leviticus 24:16 that those who blaspheme the name of God shall be put to death by stoning by the congregation. However Leviticus 24:17 , the very next paragraph demands that “he that smiteth any man mortally shall surely be put to death.”

      Sounds a bit contradictory, no?

      Of course, I do not recall anywhere in the Quran that blasphemers be put to death, although in chapter 5(al-maeda); verse 72: there is some vague doom or painful punishment due the blasphemer. Oddly enough, during the Danish Cartoon riots there were signs held up by Muslims that said “death to the blasphemers” which seems a bit harsh considering the fact that the Quran did not ask for death, and the Quran is no mild book of punishments.

      BTW, just curious, do you believe in a western style of Islam or would you ever entertain living under Shariah?

      Living under Shariah is dream for many Muslims. There is no where in the entire planet where the Shariah is implement as it was during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) or during the time of the 4 leaders of the Islamic country after the death of the Prophet (pbuh).

      What most non-Muslims know about shariah is not shariah at all. They only look at the extreme punishments of certain crimes. It’s like looking at the American Democracy with only examples of the death penalty.

      I don’t really blame non-Muslims for knowing what they know about shariah or Islam in general. I will admit we have really bad reps for us in the media. Although there are good ones, they don’t shine like Osama, Saddam, the Saudi government, and others of the likes.

      I hope this answers your question. Thank you for visiting.

      Peace.

    14. bernie March 1st, 2007 at 4:06 pm

      Mujahideen Ryder on February 28, 2007 at 1:27 am said:

      Living under Shariah is dream for many Muslims. There is no where in the entire planet where the Shariah is implement as it was during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) or during the time of the 4 leaders of the Islamic country after the death of the Prophet (pbuh).

      What most non-Muslims know about shariah is not shariah at all. They only look at the extreme punishments of certain crimes. It’s like looking at the American Democracy with only examples of the death penalty.

      I don’t really blame non-Muslims for knowing what they know about shariah or Islam in general. I will admit we have really bad reps for us in the media. Although there are good ones, they don’t shine like Osama, Saddam, the Saudi government, and others of the likes.

      I hope this answers your question. Thank you for visiting.

      Peace.

      In a poll last year in the UK, 40% of Muslims there said they would not want to live under Sharia. Is this because they don’t see living under Sharias as a dream, but perhaps as a nightmare?

      That no country implements Shariah as it should be done is the same arguments Communists make about Communism. They point to vicious regimes like the Soviet Union and bemoan the fact that Communism there was not implemented properly, that if only it was done as originally intended it would be paradise.

      Perhaps Communism turns to hell on earth, just as Shariah is barbaric in the countries that now implement it precisely because mankind can never devise systems that strive for absolute perfection without room for any deviation.

      Life in America a few hundred years ago was brutal, barbaric, and savage for certain groups of people, but the guiding principles of the Constitution allowed changes to the way we govern ourselves; allowed America to become civilized where once we were, let’s all admit it, animals.

      Do you think Shariah Law can change to become modern and civilized? Or do you think it possible that a tribal, military culture from 1400 years ago can be enjoyable for modern people?

      Since you do not know me, it might be that some of the way I phrase things might sound, to non-American ears, as insulting. If so, let me know the offending phrase and I will re-phrase the question.

    15. Mujahideen Ryder March 1st, 2007 at 6:38 pm

      bernie on March 1, 2007 at 4:06 pm said:

      In a poll last year in the UK, 40% of Muslims there said they would not want to live under Sharia. Is this because they don’t see living under Sharias as a dream, but perhaps as a nightmare?

      That no country implements Shariah as it should be done is the same arguments Communists make about Communism. They point to vicious regimes like the Soviet Union and bemoan the fact that Communism there was not implemented properly, that if only it was done as originally intended it would be paradise.

      Perhaps Communism turns to hell on earth, just as Shariah is barbaric in the countries that now implement it precisely because mankind can never devise systems that strive for absolute perfection without room for any deviation.

      Life in America a few hundred years ago was brutal, barbaric, and savage for certain groups of people, but the guiding principles of the Constitution allowed changes to the way we govern ourselves; allowed America to become civilized where once we were, let’s all admit it, animals.

      Do you think Shariah Law can change to become modern and civilized? Or do you think it possible that a tribal, military culture from 1400 years ago can be enjoyable for modern people?

      Since you do not know me, it might be that some of the way I phrase things might sound, to non-American ears, as insulting. If so, let me know the offending phrase and I will re-phrase the question.

      Whatever God sent down in the Qur’an and whatever the Prophet Muhammad (saas) said and the four rightly guided Khulafah, and all the traditional scholars of the 4 schools of thoughts up to this day including all the additions and different rulings that adopt to each time were to be applied sincerely as the shariah, then yes it can run in modern socities.

      The shariah does not change, meaning the principles do not change, but the rulings for the time or certain area of the world do change and do adjust to the current setting. If that is what you mean by modernizing, then yeah, by default, scholars of the past and that are living today have ‘modernized’ the shariah to fit the current environment.

      For example, praying on the plane or using DNA to prosecute a rapist. All of these rulings have been adopted into the Islamic Law. The problem that many non-Muslims fail to see are the scholars who adjust the rulings to fit the current environet but rather see the extremist minority views of scholars from for example Saudi Arabia, instead of Syria or Morocco.

      The only country that boasts implement shariah and that the non-Muslims see as a shariah-run-state is Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is run by a non-traditional methodology. It is run by mostly scholars that are based on Salafi methodology which I totally disagree with and it goes against 1400 years of scholarship.

      If you want to see scholars that I learn from and listen to, check out MR links.

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