Thursday, January 17, 2013

Cannibalism 101- Al-Azhar Teaches Egyptian Kids It's Okay To Kill And Eat Apostate Flesh

Pork is Haram (forbidden) in Islam, but apparently eating human flesh (especially that of apostates) is Halal (a-ok), if grilled or barbecued, that is. Or maybe it can only be eaten raw. I'm actually not quite sure, since there seems to be a discrepancy in the manner in which the 'meat' should be consumed, at least according to the information shared by the two Egyptian men on the Al-Tahrir TV video below. Both the talk-show host and the guest were appalled at the following information taken straight from a book given to third year high school students at al-Azhar University- one of the oldest, most prestigious Islamic learning centers in the world.

"We allowed the eating of the flesh of dead humans...under necessary conditions. It (dead human flesh) must not be cooked to avoid Haram."
The guest adds, "so he's allowed to eat him without cooking or grilling!"  Then he tells the host that it also says in the book that it's okay to kill certain people for their meat:

" .. and he can kill a murtadd (apostate) and eat him...  he can kill the married adulterer, the fighter, and whoever has a punishment on him, even if the Imam did not give his permission for the killing."
The host then asks, " you mean the killing of a human being and then grilling him/her and eating him/her?"  Guest responds: "Yes, because he's hungry!!"

Either way, cooked or raw, it's unbelievable that high school kids are being taught that cannibalism is permissible in the 21st century.

Those words are written in the book: 'al-Iqnaa" (The Persuasion).

H/T Halal Pork Shop 

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