Thursday, January 17, 2013

Egyptian Salafist Says He Wants War With Israel, Christianity Doesn't Exist and is 9/11 Truther

Hisham Al-Ashri, Muslim Brotherhood turned Salafist and founder of the uber conservative religious group 'Commission for the Promotion of  Virtue and Prevention of Vice' in Egypt, is making waves again. This is the same man who said he would wait outside Coptic Christian Churches during their Christmas celebrations to convert them to Islam, and demanded that all Coptic women wear the veil. The same group that tried to cut the tongue off the brother of a shopkeeper- for insulting Islam- after he came to aid the shopkeeper who was being attacked for telling a "bearded man" he couldn't just barge in to use the toilet.

Al-Ashri, you see, believes that there is no such thing as Christianity. In an interview on Al-Tahrir TV he tells the host there is no such thing as Christianity, that "Jesus came to prophesy monotheism," and that Islam "is the true religion," and Muslims will be the only ones to enter paradise. He then goes on to say, "out of love for Christians, I call upon them to enter paradise with me."

Thanks but no thanks.

In the interview he also talks about how waging an official war with Israel is his life's dream, but only if it's government sanctioned.

And last but not least, Al-Ashri is a 9/11 Truther. Thanks to all the many fools out there who believe jihadists had nothing to do with the blowing up of the twin towers, Al-Ashri is conveniently promoting those theories as well:

The host has asked him about jihad and did the attack on 9/11 constitute jihad.  Al-Ashri responds:

"It depends on who did it. Jihad is only for Muslims.  They even say jihad in English, because they have no equivalent.  I call on everybody to type in google "jihad" and then click.  You will get an incredible amount of videos, documents and documentaries made by Americans, not Muslims, Arabs or people of Arab origin, proving that Islamists had nothing to do with 9/11, unless they were targeted."

Watch the interview on the Memri TV video here.

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