Egyptian Cleric Describes the Best Way To Whip a Fornicator
Egyptian Cleric describes the best way to whip a fornicator. Find someone that is not too big or too small to do the whipping. Be sure and whip the fornicator when its not too cold or too hot. Also, it’s important not to use a new whip but a used medium whip so that it does not cut the skin. And finally, be sure and hold something in your armpit so that you do not whip the fornicator so hard as to kill him. Surely as Sharia Law makes its way around the world, a license will be required to do the whipping….
Egyptian Cleric Safwat Higazi: 'One Of The Tenets Of The Muslim Brotherhood… Is The Islamic Caliphate And The Ruling Of The World… The Day Will Come When We Will Be The Masters Of The World'In a recent TV interview, Egyptian cleric Safwat Higazi said that while “the first choice of the Muslims is peace,” they “welcome war” as a means of liberating Palestine and restoring the “United States of the Arabs.” During the interview, which aired on the Egyptian Al-Kahera Wal-Nas TV on August 14, 2012, Higazi expressed his hope that the Islamic Caliphate would be restored, saying: “The day will come when we will be the masters of the world.”
Following are excerpts:
We Welcome War As A Means To Restore The United States Of The Arabs
Interviewer: “In the era of the Muslim Brotherhood – or the era of the Islamic movements – will new fronts be opened against Israel – including an Egyptian front – in order to make Jerusalem the capital of the ‘United States of the Arabs’?”
Safwat Higazi: “Liberating Palestine and restoring the United States of the Arabs does not necessarily have to be done through weapons or war. We Muslims are not warmongers. We seek peace. We want to get what is rightfully ours.”
Interviewer: “How can you get ‘what is rightfully yours’ from a country like Israel without war?”
Safwat Higazi: “I did not say that I would take what is mine through peaceful means. I said that this is my first choice. The first choice of the Muslims is peace. If not through peace, there is nothing preventing war. We welcome war.”
Interviewer: “How can a peace-seeking Muslim like you issue a fatwa stating that anyone who sees an Israeli on the street must kill him?”
Safwat Higazi: “If that Zionist is fighting me, occupying my country, and killing people who are my brothers in country, religion, and humanity – then it’s an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, and whoever started it is to blame.”
Peace Came Through 1973 War, Not Camp David Accords
Interviewer: “What ever happened to peace-seeking?”
Safwat Higazi: “We extended our hand in peace, but it was rejected. What else is left to do?”
Interviewer: “When did you offer peace?”
Safwat Higazi: “Did Egypt not offer peace throughout all these years?”
Interviewer: “Are you for or against the Camp David Accords?”
Safwat Higazi: “I am against them.”
Interviewer: “Then you are against peace.”
Safwat Higazi: “Absolutely not. This equation is completely wrong.”
Interviewer: “Was it not the Camp David Accords that brought peace?”
Safwat Higazi: “This equation is wrong…”
Interviewer: “Please, just answer my question. Was it not the Camp David Accords that brought peace to Egypt?”
Safwat Higazi: “Absolutely not. It was the 1973 war that brought peace. If not for the Egyptian victory in that war, there would be no peace. How come there was no peace before the 1973 war?”
Interviewer: “How did peace come about?”
Safwat Higazi: “Through the Egyptian victory in the war.”
Interviewer: “Through what means?”
Safwat Higazi: “Peace came through the 1973 war. With the crossing of the Suez Canal, we crossed into peace. Had we not crossed the Canal, there would have been no peace.” […]
“The Day Will Come When We Will Be The Masters Of The World”
“One of the tenets of the Muslim Brotherhood, which they cannot renounce, is the Islamic Caliphate and the ruling of the world. Yes. The day will come when we will be the masters of the world.” […]
Egyptian Cleric Abd Al-Rahman Mansour Gives Guidelines for Wife Beating in Islam
Following are excerpts from a lecture delivered by Egyptian cleric Abd Al-Rahman Mansour, which aired on Al-Nas TV on August 17-18, 2012.
Abd Al-Rahman Mansour: “Islam instructs a man to beat his wife as a last resort before divorce, so that she will mend her ways, treat him with kindness and respect, and know that her husband has a higher status than her.
“I say to every husband: Do not rush to beat her whenever a problem arises. Oh servant of Allah, Allah said: ‘Admonish those of them on whose part you fear disobedience, refuse to share their beds, and beat them.’ One should not beat out of anger.
“This you must know: If the wife utters the name of God, the beating must stop.
“When ‘Aisha thought ill of the Prophet Muhammad, believing that he did not treat her the same as his other wives, and that when he left her room, he would go to another wife, she followed him and spied on him. ‘Aisha said that when the Prophet found out about this, ‘He gave me a shove that was painful.’
“This was done in order to discipline her, not because the Prophet enjoyed beating or inflicting bodily harm. The Prophet did this in order to discipline this woman.
“A good woman, even if beaten by her husband, puts her hand in his and says: ‘I will not rest until you are pleased with me.’ This is how the Prophet Muhammad taught his women to be.”