Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: “Islamophobia” is “on the rise”
Posted by avideditor on January 20, 2011
LOL is he serious. Jihadis are on the rise not Islamophobia silly. Jihadi hate crimes on others are on the rise though😉
From Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: “Islamophobia” is “on the rise”
The very concept of “Islamophobia” was invented by Islamic supremacists in order to claim victim status for Muslims and deflect attention away from the global jihad and Islamic supremacism. If self-proclaimed moderate Muslims really wants to cure “Islamophobia,” here is an easy way. They can:
1. Focus their indignation on Muslims committing violent acts in the name of Islam, not on non-Muslims reporting on those acts.
2. Renounce definitively, sincerely, honestly, and in deeds, not just in comforting words, not just “terrorism,” but any intention to replace the U.S. Constitution (or the constitutions of any non-Muslim state) with Sharia even by peaceful means. In line with this, clarify what is meant by their condemnations of the killing of innocent people by stating unequivocally that American and Israeli civilians are innocent people, teaching accordingly in mosques and Islamic schools, and behaving in accord with these new teachings.
3. Teach, again sincerely and honestly, in transparent and inspectable ways in mosques and Islamic schools, the imperative of Muslims coexisting peacefully as equals with non-Muslims on an indefinite basis, and act accordingly.
4. Begin comprehensive international programs in mosques all over the world to teach sincerely against the ideas of violent jihad and Islamic supremacism.
5. Actively and honestly work with Western law enforcement officials to identify and apprehend jihadists within Western Muslim communities.
If Muslims do those five things, voila! People like me will no longer suffer from the illness of “Islamophobia”!
“Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: ‘Islamophobia is on the rise,'” by Rick Chandler for NBC Sports, January 19:
Below we have a link to a video of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who sat down with Katie Couric this morning — on the phone, hundreds of miles from each other — to discuss Malcolm X, politics and of course Islam….
“I think Islamophobia is on the rise,” the former Los Angeles Laker said. “I think the best way to counter it is just communication, to let people who we are and what we believe in. It’s no mystery and it’s certainly nothing that we have to be fearful of.”He went on to say that when we’re dealing with radical people who “want to have a war with us, that gets thrown into the mix. A whole lot of confusion ensues.”
You can say that again!