It is not permissible to ask allah to have mercy on an infidel.

Weird that the koran constantly says allah the merciful but there you have it. The person explaining all this is also a part owner of Apple.

From MEMRI:

On Channel Owned By Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal – Who Also Owns Part of Apple – Saudi Cleric Sa’d Bin Al-Shathari Says: It Is Forbidden to Pray to Allah to Place Steve Jobs in Paradise

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

14 Replies to “It is not permissible to ask allah to have mercy on an infidel.”

  1. Any notion that Muslims and Christians worship the same god ought to be laid to rest by now:

    “And when they came to the place that is called The Skull, there they crucified him, and the criminals, one on his right and one on his left. And Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.”And they cast lots to divide his garments.” Luke 23:33,34

    “And as they were stoning Stephen, he called out, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.” And falling to his knees he cried out with a loud voice, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.” And when he had said this, he fell asleep.” Acts 7:59,60

  2. Fuck allalala and Mo and the rest of them all.
    Alalala is a monstuous creation from a monstruous mind and heart.
    Allah is the devil.

  3. If I was EVER to buy an Apple product before, I sure as hell ain’t now. Apple is successful only because they once hired a consultent to tell them how cults work.

    True story.

    Apple zombies are a lot like muslims. When you ask them exactly why Apple is suposed to be better than a computer who’s constutuant parts you can easily and cheaply exchange yourself, they stand up streight and proclaim – IT’S JUST BETTER. IT JUST IS.

    I’ve never once gotten an actual answer.

    In fact Apple is like the big brother image in their historical advert, which perverted the truth in a way VT readers will be familiar with. They haven’t once come out with an original or innovative product but proclaim each is a revolutionary change.

  4. totally agree, I was considering an I Pad, but now that I know it is owned by this pathetic phycho A-rab, I will wait for the Chinese to come up with a new invention…

  5. Most reliable is Asus, Toshiba, Sony, Apple, Dell, Lenovo, Acer, Gateway, HP, this last one is the least reliable, is the order of Laptop Reliability Ratings, published in 2010, by the Squaretrade reliability report. Apple is one third down the list of reliability, and I would never buy from a known muslim arab owned, even part, company. Nor would I trust Twitter, for the same reason. That goes for Caribou Coffee, too. It is a fake fraud “religion” by a real gang. A criminal gang, masquerading as a “religion”

  6. Barns and noble nook offered free access to zillions of books including text books (dunno if they still do). The Amazon kindle is great too.

    and compared to ripping songs from cds you own or aquiring music from, friends, shall we say, itunes is grand theft. A girlfriend of mine had cds but still bought songs on itunes because she didn’t know how to rip. She wasted thousands on songs that she didn’t need to. Using apple products does NOT make people smarter.

  7. @ Truthiocity

    Here’s one good reason: when I had a regular pc, I more often than not lost a lot of time resolving conflicts between drivers or what have you to get software to work. Not so with apple, you install the softs and it just WORKS. No questions asked.

  8. Also, when I had a PC, I had to spend about 1/3rd of my time rebooting and checking for, and removing, malicious code. Once I got a Mac, I could do so much more with my time that I started learning video editing, which I never would have imagined doing on my PC even though I was adept at audio recording.

    I remember once flipping out at a Mac tech support person and stopping myself because I realized that my standards had grown so much for what I expected from a computer that I was now angry about something not working perfectly that previously I would never dare imagine was even possible.

    Not to say that Macs have no issues or that the iphone is any good at all, or that the company does not do evil things like disable its own hardware forcing you to buy updated stuff which is identical but not deliberately crippled. Again, iphone, but overall once you go Mac you seldom go back.

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