Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Muslims have threatened Sean Hannity’s children’s lives..

Sean Hannity's “Islam” opinion never based on facts is vocal. He is adamant the Islam is not a religion that kidnaps, cuts throats or commits terrorism, He voices this opinion despite what the Quran says on this which is in direct contradiction to his opinion and always has been. Sean Hannity carries the tell tail characteristic of people who have never studied Islam,, they have oft changing opinions that are inaccurate.

People who have an understanding of literal Islam know Islam was founded on murder thief kidnapping and intimidation. That must be why Sean has this strong opinion. Mohammad tried it the other way, telling his Meccan brothers all about his idea, but it wasn’t interesting and they didn’t care. Islam didn’t catch on until he started killing and stealing and getting rich, then Islam became the fastest growing religion in the world. Even a cursory study of the event surrounding Islam would have told him this. A sad state of affairs indeed I wish his children well I hope they like being Muslims .

Monday, September 18, 2006

Assimiliated Muslim is a myth.

Minneapolis-St. Paul: Muslim cab drivers refusing people "suspected of carrying alcohol"
Sharia Alert from Minnesota: "Airport Check-in: Fare refusals in Minnesota,"
from USAToday, with thanks to RB:

Minneapolis-St. Paul is concerned that its taxi service is deteriorating. Citing their religious beliefs, some Muslim taxi drivers from Somalia are refusing to transport customers carrying or suspected of carrying alcohol. It started with one driver a few years ago, but the average number of fare refusals has grown to about three a day, says airport spokesman Patrick Hogan. "Travelers often feel surprised and insulted," he says. "Sometimes, several drivers in a row refuse carriage."

Taxi drivers and officials from the airport, taxi companies and the Muslim American Society are discussing how to address the issue. Partly out of concern that taxi drivers might be citing religion to avoid short-distance fares, the airport is now forcing drivers who refuse a fare to go to the end of the line for waiting taxis. It is not a popular decision among drivers, Hogan says.

The airport is expected to propose today that drivers who wish to avoid alcohol-toting passengers change the light on their car roofs, possibly to a different color. Hogan says the move will help let airport employees and customers know which taxis serve alcohol-carrying passengers. Drivers refusing a fare won't have to go to the end of the line. "Airport authorities are not in the business of interpreting sacred texts or dictating anyone's religious choices. ... Our goal is simply to ensure travelers at (the airport) are well served."