Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Pamela Geller Reams Them a New Orifice

Pamela Geller Reams Them a New Orifice. Pamela Geller is fast, frustrated & furious in this 40 minute video she reams indolent society a badly needed new orifice.  She has much more than she can say in such a short time, but she gives us a very good outline, drawing her points together to form a circle which encompasses the globe full of issues.

    Its war, and you are an army of one. Pamela is your General.  She gives you your orders: learn and teach others.  If you do nothing more, at least watch this video and share it with everyone who will listen.  Thanks and a tip of the hat to Front Page Magazine
http://frontpagemag.com/2011/09/23/pamela-geller-wednesday-morning-club/

    Reading the Qur'an is not easy because it is archaic, redundant and jumbled, lacking context & chronology.  The Noble Qur'an, translated by Hilali & Khan, is reputed to be 95% accurate and contains parenthetical expressions from tafsirs and the translator's footnotes.  Several Surahs are essential to understanding the malignantly militant nature of Islam: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 33, 47, 48, 49 & 61.  You can select them from a pick list at the top of the page.

    Hadith are sayings of Muhammad, passed down from mouth to ear by his companions.  They have been collected by several scholars, the most widely accepted collection being that of Bukhari. Like the Qur'an, hadith collections suffer from redundancy.  Begin with Books 52, 53 & 59, then read the others if you have sufficient patience. 

    Tafsir are scholarly explanations of the Qur'an. They use parallel verses and relevant ahadith to clarify the verses. Tafsir Ibn Kathir is fairly complete and easily accessible. You can select the Surahs listed above and read them instead of the Qur'an & hadith to save time and effort. 

    Islamic biography and history are also important, but less easily accessible than the Qur'an, hadith and tafsir.  Craig Winn compiled  selections  of the canon into a 1000 page book with the quotes compiled into handy appendices  "The Prophet of Doom". 

    For those lacking the time, patience and ambition to tackle the large tomes, there is a short book which encapsulates the  most essential information: Suhas Majumdar's "Jihad: The Islamic Doctrine of Permanent War".

    Pamela Geller raises the issue of Shari'ah: Islamic law based on the Qur'an & hadith.  Much of it is arcane, dealing with matters of prayer & ritual purity.  The really important parts deal with "justice", marriage & divorce.  It will be easier for you go go to Amazon and buy a hard copy of Reliance of the Traveller.  If you can tolerate a low resolution scan and large, pdf, this link will get you into Chapter 9 of Book O; "Justice".You can scroll up to Books  N & M.

    If you delve deeply into Reliance, you will discover that divorce is affected by the husband's thrice repeating "I divorce you".  You will discover that a father can force his virgin, pre-pubescent daughter to marry the man of his choice.  You will learn that a Christian woman married to a Muslim can not obtain child custody in divorce. 

2 comments:

TL Winslow said...

The big secret about the Quran is that it's untranslatable because it's a SATANIC MUSIC SCORE. The real meaning only comes through when you sing it in Arabic out loud. And that message is pure evil, as history proves.

http://tinyurl.com/islamwatch

Ben said...

Yes, TLW, technically, the magic of the Koran is in the sound of the verses. But the exegetes left us tafsirs which explain the meaning of the words, which can be verified by seeing what Moe did in implementing Allah's imperatives.

http://www.qtafsir.com has Tafsir Ibn Kathir with a good search engine so that you can look a verse up by surah & verse or by key word.