Huffington Post Changing To ISLAMington Post?
Apparently, ladies and gentlemen, the Huffington Post has found the true problem consuming the globe. It is Christianity.
That’s what two separate writers for the publication are telling their readers.
Ian Mevorach explained that “our religion would be transformed for the better and would come into balance with Judaism and Islam” if only “Christians were to receive the many Qur’anic verses” directly addressed to them.
To which verse of the Quran is he referring? It could be Qur’an 9:30 that states in reference to Christians “Allah’s curse be on them: how they are deluded away from the Truth! ”
Maybe he meant Qur’an 98:6 which says “People of the Scripture…will be in the fire of Hell, abiding eternally therein. Those are the most vile of created beings.”
Of course, Mevorach could have been talking about Qur’an 9:29. “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day… until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”
Clearly any one of these would bring us into a harmonious “balance” with those that practice lslam. You know, the religion that our President keeps insisting is one of peace.
Mevorach wasn’t alone in his stance. Craig Considine writes for Huffington, as well. He is also calling, in his articles, for Christians to accept Muhammad as a legitimate prophet.
Perhaps the “Huffinton Post” should consider a name change to the “lslamington Post.” Then, at least, readers would know what to expect.
I can only imagine the fallout if the reverse had occurred. Should one of their writers have had the nerve to insist that Muslims should accept Jesus as the son of God, the mainstream media would have flipped their collective wigs.
Racist, bigot, close-minded, Islmaphobe. I can almost hear the name calling that would have ensued. The author’s apology would have been demanded. A hashtag emblazoned petition calling for his firing would have made the rounds on social media. President Obama would have made a speech from the press room about the evil of small minds with big platforms.
Since, however, it was directed at Christians, it is simply considered a call for unity and understanding. After all, we can have anyone’s feelings hurt as their chopping of ours heads, setting us on fire, crucifying us, or submerging in nitric acid, now can we?
© 2016 Vianna Vaughan
source: Frontpage Mag