posted on May, 9 2013 @ 03:40 PM
Originally posted by On the level
How long will the world continue to make excuses for this barbaric religion and its fanatics,
The families of Navy SEALs killed in an August 2011 shoot-down of a helicopter in Afghanistan spoke at a press conference Thursday morning, citing
a number of grievances, including an allegation that the Pentagon invited a Muslim cleric who “disparaged in Arabic the memory of these
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did you read the link to the story grey posted?
your post shows the pentagon has scored yet another win for it's propaganda corps
as it is obvious this was done to generate more hatred, very necessary for the upcoming iran/syria genocide
carried out by the hordes of"dey tuk ar jabs" and "dey spat on ar boy's graves" minions.
but feel free to disregard my post as I am quite "Insane"
and choose to focus my anger and disgust,
not against this muslim tool, but his paymasters in d.c.
who are all quite "sane".
edit on 9-5-2013 by TheMagus because: added edit
aha! and the plot thickens
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
Before this goes even further down the "we hate Muslims" trail, I wanted to post this more comprehensive source that shows alternative translations of
Did an Imam Really use Arabic Prayer to Covertly Damn Fallen SEAL Team VI Members to Hell During Their Funeral?
And the Pentagon invited this cleric.
On Wednesday, TheBlaze spoke with attorney Larry Klayman who is representing the grieving parents to learn more about the Arabic comments in
question. Noting that he has consulted with a certified translator, he paraphrased the meaning of the imam’s words as follows: “That the fallen
seals should be damned and go to hell as infidels.”
While the Muslim cleric’s words have, thus far, been described as a collective “prayer,” Coughlin notes that they extend beyond mere invocation,
mostly because the faith leader’s comments also involved reading out of the Koran. In citing scripture from the holy book, the Islam expert noted
that the verses had a specific meaning — one that focuses on the victory of Muslims over non-Muslims.
“We don’t know what he was thinking”
Rather than taking aim at the Islamic leader, Coughlin claims that the imam’s intentions, simply based on audio of his words, cannot be known. More
dissection and discussion would certainly be warranted and considering that this may be a standard funeral rite, nothing may be amiss.
“We don’t know what he was thinking. He could have known … and it was a dig to get in,” he posited. “But it’s also possible that he was
going through the [typical] motions that an imam would go through at this point.”
One of the individuals that Coughlin consulted with about the video, a native Egyptian, seemed to believe that the cleric’s words were likely
inappropriate, but not intentionally so. The individual, someone well-versed in Islam and Islamic law, called the imam’s comments “standard fare
at a funeral rite” and reiterated that a slight may not have been intentional.
Coughlin said that responsibility should fall on the generals who purportedly did not call for a translator beforehand. “That general should have
known what that guy was saying [and what it meant],” he added.
there's "sanity" for you
thank's to BH for injecting some "insanity"
edit on 9-5-2013 by TheMagus because: added comment