Shavou’ot (Pentecost) vs Ramadan
By Rachel Ehrenfeld
Sunday, June 12th, 2016 @ 8:08PM
As Jews and Christians are celebrating Shavou’ot (Pentecost), the giving of the Ten Commandments, which is the foundation of Western Civilization and which symbolizes freedom and liberty, radical Muslims are celebrating Ramadan by following the Prophet Muhammad’s jihad, murdering the infidels.
The Quran, which borrowed from Jewish and Christian scriptures, has its own version of the Ten Commandments. Thou shall not murder (in Hebrew לא תרצח), appears in the Quran as Commandment 7 Verse 33 “And do not kill anyone which Allah has forbidden, except for a just cause.” (emphasis added). That cause is the jihad that will bring to Muslim domination.
This belief, which motivated Omar Saddiqui Mateen to murder at least 50 and injured 53 people at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando Fl, was also behind the Palestinian cousins’ Muhammad Ahmed Musa Makhamra and Khaled Muhammad Musa Makhamra, who murdered four Israelis and wounded seven other at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market last week. This radical Islamic ideology has claimed many lives in London, Brussels, Paris, San -Bernadino and elsewhere.
But the spin machine to portray the Orlando massacre as just another “hate crime” has been set in motion by Muhammad Musri, the Imam of Islamic Society of Central Florida, who warned the media from ‘Sensitization and rush to judgment.” He repeatedly stressed this was ”a mass shooting” similar to others in the United States. Musri went on to claim the murderer, Omar Saddiqui Mateen, “had no known ties with networks or with other people.” How could he tell at that early stage of the investigation? Or was he setting the stage for claiming this atrocity had nothing to do with Islam, just in case? Why was the Imam invited but not a representative of the LGBT community?
Attacking a gay nightclub and not one of many of Orlando’s Disney’s and other large attractions helps the Obama administration to dismiss the attack as “a crime of hate,” further obfuscating Mateen’s radical Islamist message to America.
Speaking from the White House, Obama said this was “an attack on all of us and on the fundamental values of equality and dignity that define us as a country…values that make us Americans.”
We should, however, remember, that Obama has equated the Islamic principles of Ramadan with American values: “I…know that Ramadan is a time of intense devotion and reflection…reciting and listening to the entire Quran over the course of the month. These rituals remind us of the principles that we hold in common, and Islam’s role in advancing justice, progress, tolerance, and the dignity of all human beings,” he said.
But Ramadan, as ISIS reminds us, is “the month of conquest and Jihad.” And ISIS is not alone. Canadian Imam Ahmed Shehab, who was linked to at least two of the 9/11 hijackers, explained Ramadan is the time when “The [Prophet], peace and blessing be upon him, used to carry out the jihad during the [month of] Ramadan and to order his companions to strengthen themselves for encountering their enemy…The month of Ramadan was a month of diligence, jihad…O Allah, help us to follow the tradition of your Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, and bless us with his way of life [Sunnah], and our nation with his [Islamic] Law [Sharia].”
So, President Obama, which Islamic values are shared by Americans, Shari’a? Jihad? Killing Gays? Destroying non-Muslim (Kufer) worship places? Pillaging? Stoning?
Whatever is behind this U.S. President’s inexplicable equation of Islam with American values and refusal to identify the radical Islamic ideology that motivates ISIS, the mullahs in Teheran, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood and the likes of Omar Saddiqui Mateen – apparently also leads him to support the Muslim Brotherhood, to the Iran deal, and to pressure Israel the Jewish State, to commit suicide by accommodating a terrorist Palestinian state on its territory.
What’s behind Obama’s equation of Islam with American values, also leads him to ignore the Judeo-Christian adherence to the fundamental values of the Ten Commandments that lay the foundation to the United States of America and other Western democracies.