Egyptards opt for ‘the Brazilian’ look. “One important cleric issues fatwas allowing Muslims to trim their beards “in order to bluff the army and the police”.”

Once again, Islam uses its predilection for deception abandoning its own values if it means fooling the hated unbeliever. Also notice that many flee in women’s garments. I guess cross dressing is also OK if you have the right motives.

Eeyore for Vlad

ASIA.IT:

Cairo (AsiaNews/Agencies) – Egyptian authorities yesterday arrested Safwat el-Hegazy and Ali Mourad, two prominent Muslim Brotherhood figures, as they tried to flee abroad. The first, with a trimmed beard and wearing a niqab, a female Islamic garment that leaves only the eyes uncovered, was arrested near Siwa, not far from the border with Libya. The second, wearing western clothing, was caught trying to leave the country on a direct flight to Rome.

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6 Replies to “Egyptards opt for ‘the Brazilian’ look. “One important cleric issues fatwas allowing Muslims to trim their beards “in order to bluff the army and the police”.””

  1. More proof that Islam is just an evil load of crap. Rules are based on integrity, but Muslims obviously have none. They are fanatic about inflicting their rules, but at the same time are quite happy to break them if it suits their purpose.
    I really, really fucking hate Islam!!

  2. 1. Muslims go ballistic if anyone defaces the koran.

    2. However a renowned Islamic “scholar” advised his students, that if it is necessary to abandon Islam for a time to fool the Kuffar, its allowed.

    3. To further beguile the Infidel, the Muslim could also deface and burn the koran.

    Note that Muslims already have us believing that they will never allow anyone to desecrate the koran. Having got us to believe that, it makes it much easier to fool us when #3 is applied.

    There is a method in their supposed madness, as Muslims have been waging war all of the time.

  3. Softly bob,

    You say “rules are based on integrity”, but consider that there is no right or wrong in Islam, no morals – there is only what is permitted, and what is not permitted. That’s very different to the idea of an action being right or wrong. Killing your own child is an abhorrent act in the western world, but in Islam, as we see in sharia law manuals, it’s permitted. So therefore, what’s the big deal? There is no discussion of it being the wrong thing to do.

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