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Muslim scholar, Hani Al'Saba'i was invited onto Lebanese journalist, Rima Karaki's, show to discuss recent waves of Christians joining ISIS. When pushed to answer a question due to time constraints, he flipped out and started exclaiming that it was beneath him to be interviewed by a woman.
originally posted by: stosh64
a reply to: Eunuchorn
Some people just don't appreciate your humor Eunuchorn.
I USUALLY find the humor in your posts, but I have been told, by my wife none the less, that my sense of humor is "twisted".
originally posted by: purplemer
a reply to: eisegesis
You do get Sufi women too you know..:-)
Sufis are the power that has made Islam the world's second-largest religion, with perhaps 1.2 billion adherents. Not a sect of Islam, but rather heirs of an ancient mystical tradition within both the Sunni and Shia branches of the faith, Sufis have through the centuries combined their inward quest with the defense and expansion of Islam worldwide.
While conducting research for his latest book, "Euro Jihad," he found that Western European intelligence agencies estimate that less than one percent of the Muslim population living within their borders are at risk for becoming radicals.