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Sunday, August 10, 2008

The Billboard Battles: Islam vs. Everyone Else

Cross posted from Roger Gardner's RADARSITE with some additions and commentary by Dean.

Go here for the original post.
This site has something to say about Muhammad's Mercy to Mankind, and this one as well.

 Gullible Auzzies.
 Since when are Muslims or Islam considered a race of people??

Thank God these Australians get it; Australian Islamist Monitor

 Members of Windsor's Lebanese community, Ghina Maawie, left, Aida Mrove, Ayat Choukier and H. Dabaja show their support for the message of the billboard, which is on display at Wyandotte Street and Marion Avenue. The sign has led to a political divide between some.
Photograph by : Ian Willms, The Windsor Star

But some people are starting to fight back...
And now this...
'Sharia law is hate'

Billboards announce: 'Sharia law is hate' Group hopes to spark debate over accepting Islamic rules in U.S.
Posted: August 08, 200811:34 pm Eastern
By Drew Zahn© 2008 WorldNetDaily

An organization in Florida plans to educate what it perceives as an increasingly culture-tolerant public about the horrific dictates of Islamic law by purchasing billboard space with a simple, but confrontational message: "Sharia law is hate."

The Central Florida chapter of the United American Committee, a nonprofit group that seeks to educate Americans on the threat of Islamic extremism, is raising money to purchase a six-month contract to display the billboard, which the group hopes will awaken the public to discussing the full extent of Islamic law.

"The UAC's goal in this project is to raise awareness because most people have no idea what Sharia law is," Alan Kornman, director of UAC's Central Florida branch, told WND. "We are confident people will see the billboard and learn on their own what Sharia law is and come to their own conclusions. At the very least, we hope our billboard will spark public debate on this overlooked issue."

The billboards will also include a link to UAC resources where people can learn more about Islam's Sharia law, a set of religious codes – both moral and legal; Sharia law recognizes no separation of church and state – that bind both Muslims and Islamic nations. Read the rest here
Of course, not everyone sees things the same way.
Here's one columnists opinion;
The Chicago Tribune
The Seeker
Manya Brachear
Originally posted: December 13, 2007

Read it.

Why so much hostility, The Seeker asks?
Well now, let me see...

Warning: This video depicts violence against women in Islam. It is very graphic.
DO NOT LET CHILDREN WATCH THIS! You have been warned.

There must be some reason for it...
Islam Wants You.