Where is the rest ... Where is the rest of her speech??????... I'd appreciate it if anyone could point me in? the right direction
Why are you Islamic ... Why are you Islamic extremists so insecure with your faith that when anyone like Wafa criticizes it you need to lash out in so much anger that you feel the need to make up lies about her? If you're secure with your religion and you think she is wrong then attack her words with LOGIC and REASON, not with personal attacks against her, especially when you're TOTALLY making it up. For your information, she is not a lesbian; she? has been MARRIED for MANY YEARS with 2 CHILDREN.
as if Judaism was a ... as if Judaism was a religion? of lumiers, all religions are stupid
I love this women, ... I love this women, she says it as it is? and not afraid to say it......
This truth mongerer ... This truth mongerer was never a muslim in here entire life? !
She was an Alawi , a sect that adapt to the most dominant
religion in where they live they also believe in trinity a concept
alien to Islam , they call themselves muslims but they are not .
Conclusion .she was a liar all her life .
Wafa Sultan is a ... Wafa Sultan is a victim of cultural supression, invited by the Jewish community that believesin its own perceived global Jewish supression. One victim mirroring? the other victim.
How are they both going to learn something new if they are going to just pat each other on the back for being on the receiving end?
Jewish SYNAGOGUE has invited WAFA SULTAN to rub her into Muslim face, a clear provokative decision.
She cannot and will ... She cannot and will never be ever an IMAM all bcoz she's a LESBIAN and is HARAM
that is PROHIBITED in ISLAM hahahahah
She f..k her own species obviously she will be having difficulty to say what or not SINFUL BEHAVIOUR to her GAY? or LESBIAN CREATURE or to her lambifinime
IS JESUS CHRIST ... IS JESUS CHRIST WHITE YELLOW BROWN OR BLACK SKIN ? I WENT ROUND THE WORLD? HE LOOKS DIFFERENT I THOUGHT HE S JEWISH
Wafa, you are a ... Wafa, you are a very bright star in a very dark night. My respect and my love to you. I am very, very sorry not to have met you in person yet. I should have known you'd be in Massachusetts. How do? I know you are comming again?
Wafa Sultan you? ... Wafa Sultan you? will be the voice of ISLAM! I love and support you.
- Tell it to the 7/ ... - Tell it to the 7/11, 7/7, Madrid, Bali, Mumbai , etc,etc,? etc bombers.
so much power in ... so much power in this women
feel sad? for here anout her niece tragedy
Elle n'aime pas ... Elle n'aime pas l'islam. lol, C'est? ca.
traduction in? ... traduction in? french please?
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Dr. Wafa Sultan reveals Islam advocates militancy in the name of Allah Former Muslim, Dr. Wafa Sultan expounds in "A God Who Hates" on how Saudi-infiltrated mosques inculcate Jihadist revolution into the minds of domestic Muslims. Her book explains that Islam is different from Judaism and Christianity in seeking social and political control over free peoples - and that it is generally not a religion of peace for non-Muslims and minorities (women, homosexuals, Christians, and Jews) who live in societies it comes to dominate.
Islam's Path to Destruction: Wafa Sultan - A God Who Hates Sharia - or Islamic law - is gradually working its way into public life in Islamic and non-Islamic nations around the world.
In the meantime, questions linger on what Sharia is and what it means for Christians and others forced to abide by it.
Jeff Hammond is a Christian who has lived and worked in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation for 35 years.
"Sharia law is a legal system on the teachings of the Koran, the Sunna and the Hadith of Mohammed, applied into the community as the legal basis for life," Hammond explained.
He says Indonesian Christians are concerned about creeping Sharia law, now in place in half of the country's 32 provinces.
"It's going from one province to another," Hammond said. "It's not something that's happening all at once, but step by step..."
For instance, even Christian school girls are forced to cover their heads in Padang province.
Elsewhere in Indonesia, children attending public schools are required to learn the Koran.
In Indonesia's Bandeh Aceh province, Shariah police make nightly patrols to ensure that unmarried or non-related couples are not seen together in public.
"Christians are very concerned, not only because of what is happening here in Indonesia. They also see reports that are coming from other countries," Hammond said.
Such countries include the Islamic nations like Somalia where devotion to Sharia law caused vigilantes to behead a 25-year-old aid worker for converting from Islam to Christianity.
There is also Iran where women are legally stoned to death for committing adultery.
Additionally, prostitutes in Afghanistan are executed for their behavior.
Finally, in Pakistan the government apparently has accepted the imposition of Sharia law in the Taliban controlled Swat Valley of the North West Frontier Province. It's a place where violators of Sharia are often subjected to lashes.
Enforcement of Pakistan's blasphemy laws have led to the imprisonment of Christians such as 20-year-old Sandal Bibi and her father Gul Sheer on charges of blasphemy against the Koran.
Sharia also inspires boys like one 12-year-old Pakistani to wage jihad and behead their enemies without punishment.
Syrian-born American psychiatrist Wafa Sultan is the author of the new book, A God Who Hates. She argues Islam is currently at war with itself.
She adds that its treatment of women is the genesis of all modern day Muslim intolerance.
According to Sultan, Islam's progression of violence, self pity and hate will ultimately lead to the demise of the Muslim world.
Former Muslims United: Wafa Sultan Nonie Darwish, Wafa Sultan and Amil Imani are all directors of Former Muslims United Incorporated. Former Muslims United is a new civil rights organization formed in late 2009 to advocate for the rights to religious freedom and freedom of speech for people who have left Islam, also known as apostates. Under the Islamic Shariah legal doctrine, Muslims are not permitted to leave Islam. Under Shariah law, apostates may be the victims of violence, forced divorce, discrimination and murder. Apostates are also denied free speech under Shariah law, as numerous Shariah authorities describe any criticism of Islam or Shariah by apostates as treason.
In the fall of 2009, Former Muslims United mailed copies of the Freedom Pledge, asking Muslims to repudiate the Shariah law consensus permitting execution of apostates from Islam, to over 100 Muslim American leaders. Only two pledges were returned.
The People of Pakistan
Pakistan has one of the fastest growing populations in the world. The total population has reached 170,000,000. It is a very diverse country with many different ethnic groups occupying the region.
Instability and its Effects on Pakistani Politics and Economy
Pakistan, the product of the dissolution of the British Empire, officially became a state in 1947. Although young in age, Pakistan has been plagued by political and economic difficulties that have influenced foreign policy on a regional as well as a global scale.
The War in Pakistan
The war in Pakistan rages between the government's armed forces and Islamic militants and began in 2004 when a search for al-Qaeda operatives in the mountainous area of Waziristan met with armed resistance.
Lawmakers angry with Pakistan warn of cuts in aid
WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans and Democrats warned Pakistan on Tuesday that billions of dollars in American aid are at stake if Islamabad doesn’t step up its efforts against terrorists, a clear sign of the growing exasperation after the U.S. takedown of Osama bin Laden deep inside Pakistan.
General: Militants flow into Pakistan
BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan - The top U.S. general in eastern Afghanistan said Friday he is seeing "some very interesting movement" of insurgents across the border into Pakistan this spring, possibly to join Taliban militants battling government troops.
Toll in Pakistan floods surges past 800
NOWSHERA, Pakistan - The death toll in the massive flooding in Pakistan surged past 800 as floodwaters receded Saturday in the hard-hit northwest, an official said. The damage to roads, bridges and communications networks hindered rescuers, while the threat of disease loomed as some evacuees arrived in camps with fever, diarrhea and skin problems.