I was listening to Glenn Beck’s radio show this morning. One of his guests was Judhi Jasser, a Muslim medical doctor. He is not your run-of-the-mill Muslim, but one who has been doing the conservative talk show circuit. Why? Because he is apparently the 1 in 100,000 Muslims in this country who not merely claims he is a “moderate” Muslim, but who actually speaks out against the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, and any Muslim who fights against freedom and tolerance in this nation. He actually overtly supports our government and culture.
Here is the problem. He also claims he is a “devout conservative orthodox” Muslim. What is a “devout conservative orthodox Muslim” except a Muslim who is diligent in sincerely following the accepted doctrines of Islam as originated and promoted by the religion’s founder, Muhammad as recorded in the holy books of Islam, the Qur’an, Sura, and Hadith. Now these three scriptures, together, form the explicit basis for Jew hatred, supremacist thought and deed, abuse of women and gays, war and conquest, deception, and Sharia law generally. Yet Jasseer eshews these things, at least publicly.
So, if Jasser rejects what is taught throughout 50% of the Islamic holy books, how can we believe that he is a devout conservative, orthodox Muslim? Or, if we believe he is a devout, conservative, orthodox Muslim, how can we believe that he is sincerely “moderate” and isn’t acting as a front man to deceive the infidel into believing that “conservative orthodox Islam” is just another benign religion totally compatible with Western culture and values?
Jasser’s statements and actions are incompatible and mind-bending. His claim of faith and his actions do not compute. Listening to conversations of other “moderate Muslims” on talk radio and TV, they’re mastery of obfuscation, twisting, and spinning is remarkable. Jasser appears no different, in spite of his rhetoric and public actions.
Bottom line. Orthodox Islam is an anathema to Judaism and Christianity. Jasser’s attempt at buddying up with our culture and form of government is an extension of Islam’s use of democracy: It is like a bus that you ride until you get where you want to go, and you get off. It is obvious to me that Jasser is using his “moderation” and claim of “devoutness” as a double speak bus to further the misplaced tolerance of Islam in the United States.
I hope Glenn Beck understands this.
Two things creepier than Jasser’s double speak are:
- The US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper during a hearing on Capitol Hill last Thursday stating that the Muslim Brotherhood is secular, has eschewed violence, and has decried Al Qaeda as a perversion of Islam," and
- Suhail Khan, a member of the American Conservative Union’s board of directors which hosts and operates the CPAC’s annual conference, flatly declaring that there is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.
All three of these examples result from Islamic taqiyya (deception) at its finest.