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Questions and answers about (Geller), ( Siddiques ) and ( ISIS)

Question:

Here’s what Geller said about Siddique’s comment and an ISIS death threat that was published three days after the interview.

“This is certainly incitement,” Geller told the IPT in an email. “Kaukab Siddique must know that [the ISIS threat] exists. And he is telling Muslims that what I have done in standing for free speech is tantamount to genocide. He is in effect pleading with jihadis to kill me. And this is just fine with the American academic establishment today.”

Answer:

1 - We the Muslim Quranists, make a solid distinction between the pure religion of Islam based in the Arabic Quran and the fanatic Sunny Wahhabies. The Sunni sect has many different groups. The most dangerous people among them are those conservatives Sunni who are fluent in English language, using it to defend the bloody culture of the Sunni terrorist, having two faces, disguise themselves as a moderate Muslim. They are more dangerous than ISIS, because we already recognize ISIS as an enemy. Those so – called moderate Muslims are against any kind of Muslim reform and they use their ranks and influence to alienate the real Muslim reformers who have expertise in war of ideas against Al Qaeda and Isis.

We are here in the US and our site is here in Arabic and in English :

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/index.php

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/main.php

but we are still ignored for the sake of ISIS and its sacred religious culture in the US.

2 – We respect the freedom of speech of Geller and we strongly defend her freedom and we condemn any threat to her life. As a Muslim thinker we believe that any human will be judged only before God on the Judgement day and no one – even the Prophet Mohamed – has the right to punish people because of their religion or their ideas.  This is fully detailed in my research (Religious freedom between Islam and fanatic Muslims )

http://www.uscirf.gov/about-uscirf/2009-2010-crapa-fellows-dr-ahmed-subhy-mansour

http://www.ahewar.org/eng/show.art.asp?aid=2057

 

Question

Do you think that Siddique’s claim that Geller had all but killed Muslims was incitement for lone-wolf jihadis to kill her based on his other statements found in the other email I sent you?

Answer

I think what she said has nothing to do with the Muslim life here in the entire West. But what he says about her may endanger her life. 

Question

 Why are you confident that Siddique’s comment about Geller when taken together with his other comments could place her life in danger?

Answer

I am only confident in the mentality of ISIS. This is my concern.  

Question

Why does what a professor from Baltimore who heads a sect matter? Is it that jihadis could read his words in the Philadelphia Inquirer and decide his words confirm what they already believe about Geller?

Answer

I do not care about this professor from Baltimore. I do care about the religious culture of ISIS and Jihadists . Muslim scholars must be careful in any debate with others. Not to accuse any one to be the enemy of Islam, or something like this . This may encourage any brainwashed Sunni to kill the accused. 


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