Jonathon Narvey: University picks an extremist to teach ‘Islamic values’

Posted: July 22, 2009, 4:30 PM by NP Editor

National Post

Full Comment, Jonathon Narvey

You want to help inform Canadian students about what Islam is really about and create the leaders of the future, so you bring in “the shrewdest Hamas propagandist in the English-speaking world”. What could possibly go wrong?

An Islamic history and culture course at Toronto’s Ryerson University launches this week, July 24-27. This is the chosen vehicle for the Al-Fauz Institute for Islamic Thought’s endeavors to educate Muslim youth about Islamic values and provide context for the “issues experienced in the daily lives of Muslims in the pluralistic Canadian society”. But intrepid investigative journalist Terry Glavin has the scoop here in the National Post on why the person delivering these lectures, Azzam Tamimi, seems particularly ill-suited to this organization’s stated mission:

Tamimi has loudly renounced democracy, explicitly praises suicide bombers, and he’s said he’d even be happy to blow himself up in Israel: “It’s the straight way to pleasing my God and I would do it if I had the opportunity.” Tamimi distinguishes good Muslims from their adversaries this way: “We love death. They love life.”

Tamimi recently proclaimed: “I don’t believe in democracy anymore,” and it was at an anti-Israel rally in Dublin only three months ago that Tamimi declared: “With regard to their attitudes to liberation, I say ‘Long Live the Taliban’.”

And we’re just getting started. An excerpt from MEMRI’s report on Tamimi in regard to September 11 and the Taliban Regime:

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4 Replies to “Jonathon Narvey: University picks an extremist to teach ‘Islamic values’”

  1. Someone to teach mahoundian values? What exactly are mahoundian values? Let’s see:

    – Never taking non-mahoundians for friends;
    – Imposing mahoundianism on the whole world by force if the “dirty kufr”, non-mahoundians that is, refuse to submit as dhimmis or convert voluntarily;
    – Regarding marrying a one-year-old baby girl and having sex with her after her first period as perfectly acceptable;
    – Being allowed to get away with murdering non-mahoundians;
    – Beating the living hell out of women who do anything that mahoundian males dislike;
    – Professing their credentials as dyed-in-the-wool homophobes while greatly enjoying the molestation of young boys in madrassas and other forms of homosexual acts, never to be referred to as “gay sex”, but rather as “prison sex” or “heavenly sex” (as in Mein Qurampf 76:19.)
    – Regarding slavery not only as acceptable, but as part of one’s jihadist duties;
    – Regarding women as house-cleaning, cooking and jihadist-breeding partly slave, partly vagina entities (Jdamn has put this into similar words at Jihadwatch while verbally beheading mahoundian pigs in their forums);
    – Dreading work as though it were a multi-headed jinn spawned by Satan himself;
    – Regarding stealing, pillaging, murder, ransacking, rape and ripping off innocent infidel tourists foolishly spending their money on trips to Mahoundistan as honest means of earning a living.

    I could refer to TheReligionOfPeace for a few more examples of mahoundian values and virtues, but for now I’ll just leave the ones I remember off the top of my head.

  2. How could I have forgotten this most paramount of mahoundian values?

    – Calling black people “slaves”, as all A-rabs do; and, following Mahound’s own example, “raisin heads.”

    As Daniel Pipes once wrote, the term “raisin head” would certainly not be taken as a compliment by any sane black person. Only in mahoundianism’s parallel universe could that ever be considered something nice and pleasant to hear.

  3. Dear Eeyore,
    I had an agreement with the National Post to republish part or all of the article you have copied here. Unfortunately, we had no pre-existing agreement before you pasted my entire article on this website.

    It is proper blogging etiquette and legal to grab excerpts of articles to go along with proper citation. However, while you’ve cited by byline, you’ve taken the entire article. It is a violation of my copyright.

    Please reduce this post down to an excerpt. A few paragraphs would be perfectly fine. Thank you in advance for your cooperation, and I do appreciate your interest. Cheers.

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