Monday, June 26, 2006

Amen, brotha'!

"But then a new revelation came from Allah, explaining that the Quraysh's opposition to Muhammad was a worse transgression than the violation of the sacred month. In other words, the raid was justified.


This was a momentous revelation, for it led to an Islamic principle that has had repercussions throughout the ages. Good became identified with anything that redounded to the benefit of Muslims, regardless of whether it violated moral or other laws. The moral absolutes enshrined in the Ten Commandments, and other teachings of the great religions that preceded Islam, were swept aside in favor of an overarching principle of expediency."

-The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades), by Robert Spencer, on Muhammad's scandalous use of very convenient revelations from Allah to justify his raids on the Quraysh which were boldy hypocritical since they were during the sacred month when fighting was normally forbidden.