Friday, September 11, 2015

11 September 2014 A.D. Christopher Hitchens: Quotations on Islam from Notable Non-Muslims



11 September 2014 A.D.  Christopher Hitchens: Quotations on Islam from Notable Non-Muslims
For 88 more quotes from other leaders regarding Islamo-Dominionism, Theocratic Reconstructionism and Globalist Imperialism, see:  http://reformationanglicanism.blogspot.com/2014/08/25-august-2014-ad-quotations-on-islam_25.html

Here’s one quote from Christopher Hitchens.

Christopher Hitchens

Christopher Eric Hitchens (1949 – 2011) was an English-American author and journalist. His books, essays, and journalistic career have spanned more than four decades, making him a public intellectual, and a staple of talk shows and lecture circuits. He has been a columnist and literary critic at The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, Slate, World Affairs, The Nation, Free Inquiry, and a variety of other media outlets. 
“Islam in its origins is just as shady and approximate as those from which it took its borrowings. It makes immense claims for itself, invokes prostrate submission or `surrender’ as a maxim to its adherents, and demands deference and respect from nonbelievers into the bargain. There is nothing—absolutely nothing—in its teachings that can even begin to justify such arrogance and presumption.[35]
“If the Qur'an was the word of God, it had been dictated on a very bad day.[36]
"Some of what people are saying in this mosque controversy is very similar to what German media was saying about Jews in the 1920s and 1930s,”  Imam Abdullah Antepli, Muslim chaplain at Duke University, told the New York Times. Yes, we all recall the Jewish suicide bombers of that period, as we recall the Jewish yells for holy war, the Jewish demands for the veiling of women and the stoning of homosexuals, and the Jewish burning of newspapers that published cartoons they did not like. What is needed from the supporters of this very confident faith is more self-criticism and less self-pity and self-righteousness.[37]

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