of a Former
The stories that follow are truly heart
wrenching. I challenge you to read them and not cry. If you succeed, give
yourself a medal for being a heartless beast.
This is a testimony to the fact that evil beliefs
make humans commit unthinkable atrocities. Anwar Shaikh, the renowned anti
Islamist admits that during the Partition, when he was young, he was so
filled with hate that he went out with a machete and killed two innocent
Sikhs, a father and a son and a Hindu. He did not know any of his victims.
He killed them because they were the first non-Muslims he saw in the
streets. The memory of his crime haunts him to this day. But the mind of a
believer is like a mind on drugs. He is completely dehumanized.
This Bangladeshi Hindu was caught in the street. He was brought to the
mosque and was beaten to death. His pleads for mercy had no effect on the
stone-hard hearts of the Muslim Satan worshippers. They chanted,
"kill the kafir, kill the kafir" and shouted Allah u Akbar while
Vimal Patak met his agonizing death.
Humans are not born evil, they become evil
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By: Ahmed Awny Shalakamy
I grew up in Giza, Egypt. My
father was a building contractor and was involved in Islamic activities.
He was the chairman of one of the local Islamic associations and was
responsible for making the call for prayer. He also gave Islamic
lessons and at times spoke at the mosque on Friday.
My father hated Christians. He
taught me that they are infidels who contradict themselves by saying that
Jesus Christ is God while their distorted book has verses that prove he is
a prophet. It was all part of the rhetoric we got used to hearing from
booming mosque loudspeakers, and from the playing of radio and audio
cassettes in the streets. In such an atmosphere, a Muslim child in Egypt
is breast-fed hatred along with his motherís milk.
My fatherís association was active
in many fields. It ran a dormitory for girls, a workshop, a clinic, a
nursery, a madrassah to study Quran and a section for preaching Islam. The
main interest of his association was to proselytize Islam by any means.
During the rule of the late
president Anwar El Sadat, the
Grand Imam of El Azhar Mohamed Abdel Halim
Mahmoud was involved in plotting together with Sadatís vice president
Mr. Hussein el Shafei. Sheikh Keshk was also involved in this planning
together with Mohamed Osman Ismail, Assiutís previous governor, and
Mohamed Abdel Mohsen Saleh. Both Ismail and Saleh were the founding
fathers of the various Islamic proselytizing associations that sprouted
up, and of which my father was involved.
The goal of these groups was to
convert Egypt into an Islamic state over a period of 50 years. Members of
the royal Saudi family, who were related to the Wahabi movement and oil
princes from the Gulf, financed this plan. Money was spent lavishly to
seduce Christian women and girls any way possible. The cost in the
seventies and early eighties was about five thousand Egyptian pounds for
the entrapment of each girl. The money was split so that the Muslim man
who lured the Christian woman into conversion received half and the
members of the police and collaborating associations would receive the
The work of the proselytizing
associations in Egypt continues to take place and the payments for
deceptive conversions are now higher. Today the average payment for
an ordinary girl is ten thousand Egyptian pounds and payments can be as
high as two hundred thousand Egyptian pounds if the girl is from a
well-known Christian family, or is the daughter of a university professor,
a deputy minister, or related to someone from the clergy.
Like my father, I too was involved
with a proselytizing association. After we succeeded in converting a
Christian woman, we would antagonize the Christians by parading the
converted girl through the streets. We played loud music and waved
flags while shouting ďAllahu AkbarĒ to declare the victory of Islam.
We would also chant slogans to shame the Christians. No Christian would
stand in the way of these parades, which were safeguarded by the police.
This was a normal practice until
1985 when such parades were banned. Nevertheless, we continued in
our campaign to convert Christian women anyway. We were focused on
converting Christian girls and women because we believed this was a
greater form of humiliation for Christians. In the East, a manís honor
is in his daughter, sister or wife and so disgracing any of them is the
ultimate humiliation for him.
We used all kinds of tricks to get
Christian women. We primarily sought to appeal to their emotions and
impulses. We would also get these women involved in moral scandals and
used that to coerce them to do whatever we wanted. This is what I did,
while I was involved with a proselytizing association. Besides
receiving payment for this work, I was convinced I received an additional
reward because each time I caused a Christian woman to convert to Islam I
would be awarded with an acre of land in heaven.
The following accounts are of the
women that I lured into Islam through deceptive methods.
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