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Muslim Group Offers $15,000 for Beheading of ‘Moderate’ Islamic Scholar


A Muslim organization has placed a $15,000 bounty on the head of an Islamic scholar deemed guilty of spreading false teachings about the faith.

Specifically, the All-India Faisan-e-Madina Council has called for the beheading of scholar Tarek Fatah, seen as too “moderate,” and will pay $15,000 to anyone who can do it.

Moeen Siddique, the head of the All-India Faisan-e-Madina Council, which has announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh to behead Islamic scholar Tarek Fatah.

His crime?

From the Hindustan Times:

“‘Tarek Fatah is conspiring to disrupt harmony between Hindus and Muslims. He is as an agent of our enemies. He must be stopped at any cost and our organisation will pay Rs 10,00,786 to any person who will decapitate him,” said Moeen Siddique, head of the council.

“‘He and his programme are being funded by foreign enemies of our country and the government must initiate an inquiry against him,’ Siddique said.”

Fatah is a Canadian national who hails from Pakistan. He holds secular views of many principles of Islam. For instance, Fatah doesn’t believe the burka is required wear for women, the Hindustan Times reported.

“‘In his programme, he claims that it is not required to wear a burqa and terms triple talaq as haram. Muslims must not listen to his advice and come forward against him,’ said Siddique.”

Still, as Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch notes, just because a Muslim group finds Fatah moderate doesn’t make it so.

Spencer writes:

“Tarek Fatah is a paradoxical figure; indeed, he personifies the paradoxes of most moderate Muslims. He speaks out strongly against Muslim Brotherhood organizations and Sharia encroachment in the West, but is extraordinarily concerned at the same to absolve Islam of all responsibility for the crimes done in its name and in accord with its teachings. Around ten years ago I spent a day with him and others in New York, where among other meetings, we met with Roger Ailes and other Fox News officials. Fatah was an amiable fellow, but I began to grow disenchanted when he replied exasperatedly to Nonie Darwish’s pointing out that the Qur’an was full of violent passages with the now-common dodge that the Bible contains violent passages as well — as if the world were as full of Christians screaming “Jesus is Lord” and opening fire on crowds of non-Christians as it is of Muslims screaming “Allahu akbar” as they take out Infidels.

“By the end of that long and eventful day I was extremely skeptical of Fatah’s sincerity. My suspicions were compounded when he attacked the courageous ex-Muslim truth-teller Wafa Sultan, in much the same terms that Leftists and Islamic supremacists use to smear and destroy those whom they fear and hate. He also engaged in sly apologetics to exonerate Islamic texts and teachings of any responsibility for jihad terror, rather than calling for and working for genuine reform. … Fatah soon thereafter began to denounce me as a racist and bigot, which I expect coming from Leftist Alinskyites and Islamic jihad enablers, but was sheer opportunism and jockeying for market share coming from him. …

“And now there is a bounty on his head from the All-India Faisan-e-Madina Council, which only shows that the All-India Faisan-e-Madina Council, in its hatred, bloodlust, and savagery, doesn’t realize who its true friends are. In any case, however, this just illustrates yet again the uphill battle that Islamic reformers, and even pseudo-reformers such as Tarek Fatah, face: when they speak out against Islamic practices that have a foundation in the Qur’an and Sunnah, they’re threatened with death as heretics or apostates. That’s why we don’t see more Islamic reformers, even insincere and opportunistic ones.”

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  • InHo

    paranoid Robert Spencer talks about “pseudo-reformers”, but is a pseudo-expert himself

    • JUILLE

      Let us know when you’re ready to publicly debate Spencer, good luck.

    • Mahou Shoujo

      Giggle, like you have the first clue about anything. You are a genuine idiot.

    • Joe Schmoe

      Sounds like a savage like you thinks this barbaric proposal is a good thing

  • patriotusa2

    The evil in this cult called religion is very obvious to anyone who is paying attention. Moderates aren’t tolerated by the majority of Muslims who for the most part are considered “peaceful people” by the reprobates of the west. The reality is that all Muslims follow the same Koran and have the same ideological mindset when it comes to Islam. The only difference is that they all have different roles to play in order to advance their religion and their way of life, all over the globe.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Put out a $3 bounty on muslim foreskins, that should get the word out and lubricate the local economy.

    • Simba

      This is novel.I had heard of this to be added to mushroom preparations,since one can’t distinguish between the two.

  • John Smith

    Agreed with Robert’s assessment of Fatah. Sometimes Muslim reformers speak out bravely and strongly against radical muslims and some teachings of Islam. Only to find out later that they are still very loyal to their cult and continue to support very dangerous ideas. Reformers can’t be trusted since they’re still very brainwashed, though they can offer some help in our cause.

    At the end of the day to save our own necks we must ban Islam completely and deport Muslims that wish to live under Islamic rule and Sharia law. Only those Muslims who reject Islam should be allowed to stay, esp the women/children who tend to be the first victims of this death cult. Then our governments can help other nations become Islam-free as well. Like anti-matter, Islam is our anti-civilization, putting them together brings about destruction. Islam must be eliminated and put in the history books where it belongs.

  • Dravaa

    kind of like a mafia hit …

  • Idadho

    Did John Bellushi come back from the dead as a Muslim ?
    Moderates are just Muslims who either have not been killed or not yet returned to fundamentalism, usually the former.

    • Simba

      Turkey’s Erdogan has declared that there is no such thing as moderate Islam.

  • Tatiana Covington

    Retaliate in kind, in public and on Youtube.

  • Gully Foyle
  • Joe Schmoe

    Tell that to our ex presidente Jorge Arbusto

  • Ramusha

    I tend to agree with the observations of Mr Robert Spencer. Recently, I finished reading Tarek’s much publicized book ‘tragic illusion of Islamic State’. Besides all other historic information, one thing he harps is “achieving State of Islam” as against “Islamic State”. He has devoted very few lines to explain his dream world of “State of Islam” and thee is road map as to how to achieve it..He also says “Islam is for the whole mankind” (or words to that effect). In other words, somewhere, deep within him, Islam, Allah, Muhammad are alive and, may be, a secrete yearning for their universal sway, when he pleads for “state of Islam”. I tend to agree with Ali Sina, Dr Wafa Sultana, Nonie Darwish, Imran Firasat, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and others who do not hesitate call a spade a spade,rather than Mr Tarek Fatah. After reading his book, I aslso, sent an e-mail to him, seeking further clarification on these points–state of islam, road map, Islam for man kind– but I haven’t received any reply so far!!

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