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From: iemnutz4/10/15 5:49 PM 
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A Saudi Arabian cleric is in the center of controversy after issuing a “fatwa” – or Islamic ruling – declaring a new type of meat as acceptable to eat.
 The fatwa was issued by the mufti of Saudi Arabia, Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, who states that at times it is acceptable to eat your wife’s flesh. Although it is yet to be officially confirmed, Abdullah explains that husbands are allowed “to chop up his wife and eat her body in the event of extreme hunger,” according to International Business Times.

Multiple reports from the area all seem to state that the fatwa now “allows a man to eat his wife or parts of her body, if the husband was afflicted with a severe hunger.” As if meant to justify the murderous sacrifice of potential victims, “the fatwa is interpreted as evidence of the sacrifice of women and obedience to her husband and her desire for the two to become one.”

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From: Be Grateful - Help a Homeless Veteran (FlaBarbara41)4/10/15 7:03 PM 
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 76715.2 in reply to 76715.1 

Saudi Grand Mufti DENIES fatwa allowing men to eat wives

(snip)...Over the past few days, several pro-Iranian media outlets, such as the online portal of Al Allam news channel and Lebanon’s al-Jumohouria newspaper have carried the story without backing it with any evidence or specifying where or when such a fatwa has been issued.

The unsubstantiated fatwa attributed to the Grand Mufti claims that such sacrifice is the ultimate way of showing subordination and love to her husband as a “way for their two bodies to become one.”

However, Sheikh has issued a statement to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) where brushes off such media reports as “attempts by enemies to distract society from their main cause at the moment, which is standing together behind our wise leadership against attempts to distort the ummah [the world’s Muslims].”
As for the original source of the fake fatwa, CNN Arabic has reported that the imaginary edict was first mentioned in a sarcastic column written by a satirst Moroccan blogger called "Israfel al-Maghribi."

Despite The Onion-like column carrying the name "Akhbar al-Tanz" (which in Moroccan dialict means 'sarcastic news'), several media outlets, including various pro -Iranian ones, still went on to report what was meant to be a joke as news. [end snip]


Shoebat is Catholic.[9] He is the father of the Christian activist author Theodore "Ted" Shoebat.[10]
Walid Shoebat (Arabic: ???? ??????‎) is a Palestinian American who converted to Christianity from Islam.[1][2] Shoebat stated he used to be a Palestinian Liberation Organization terrorist in a CNN television interview


From: mentularum DelphiPlus Member Icon4/25/15 6:13 AM 
To: Be Grateful - Help a Homeless Veteran (FlaBarbara41)  (3 of 4) 
 76715.3 in reply to 76715.2 
A religion has a problem when it's hard to tell reality from satire.

You'd think that Arkansas would-be legislator Charlie Fuqua was being satirical when he wrote that disrespectful children should be stoned to death like it says in the Bible. Hell, even his name looks like satire. But he was serious.


From: Be Grateful - Help a Homeless Veteran (FlaBarbara41)4/25/15 10:04 AM 
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 76715.4 in reply to 76715.3 


I wonder which part of his brain was damaged as kid --

(snip)..Fuqua says he’s just reading the Bible like any good Christian should, and that he wants American law to reflect God’s law. You know, like overturning Roe v. Wade, reinstating school prayer, expelling all Muslims from the country, abolishing the minimum wage, gold-buggery, and executing any prisoner who is not “rehabilitated in two years.” And, of course, Charlie Fuqua believes that Global Warming is a hoax and that Barack Obama is a Muslim Communist.
He also cites the book of Deuteronomy to propose “ the death penalty for rebellious children.” If a rebellious child is “permanently removed from society,” Fuqua says, “that gives an example to all other children” and “would be a tremendous incentive for children to give proper respect to their parents.” [end snipRead more:

American Christian Taliban . or Christian Taliban Definition .


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