Islamic Scholar: Allowing Churches in Islamic Nations Just Doesn’t Add Up

I just came across this video of prominent Islamic scholar Dr. Zakir Naik explaining why Islamic governments like Saudi Arabia must be allowed to build mosques in other countries but correctly bans that construction of a single church or temple in its own country. The reason is simple math: allowing churches into Saudi Arabia would be like hiring teachers who cannot do simple math.

What I love about this video is the combination of arrogance and ignorance. The reason, it turns out, is that Islam is the only true religion. Therefore, it is an outrage for other countries to restrict construction of mosques but it would be an equal outrage to expect Saudi Arabia to allow a single church in the Kingdom.

For his Christian counterpart, click here.

56 thoughts on “Islamic Scholar: Allowing Churches in Islamic Nations Just Doesn’t Add Up”

  1. I get impatient with conspiracy theorists who think that the fact that the WTC collapsed so neatly as if in a controlled demolition proves that it was a false flag operation by the rulers of the USA.
    Such speculation is redundant.

    The fact is that the agendas of George W Bush and Osama Bin Laden were always compatible as they still are. It is not to much of a stretch to think of Dumyah and OBL getting together and George W telling Osama Bin, “it would be a great idea for you to fly to fly some aeroplanes into tall buildings, then we can get that holy war that we both want”.

  2. CM,

    I’ll stipulate he does seem more like trollish by diet. Kinda like some people with Type 2 diabetes. Laying off the FAUXNews might reduce some of his nasty symptoms. But whether card carrying member or merely another dupe soldier, he’s still the bearer of bad tidings.

  3. Remembre watt eye sed a pew weeks ago mister sunspot. Oh sorry you did.

    Mr. Don’t Report for Duty

  4. Christians and muslims killing each other. That is at least one good thing that is happening since September 12.

  5. I see you’ve offered a better explanation. Very well thought out indeed.

    40,000 more troops to Afganistan, only two more days until the official annoucement.

  6. Buddah.

    I think the guy who cannot spell “bad man” has some valid points. He is at most half breed in troll blood.

  7. Oh I get it. You are apparently the one who doesn’t get it, Mr. Don’t Report for Duty. Thanks for pointing that out. You must have an M.O. degree, sport. Master of the Obvious. Again, further evidence of your degrading language skills that you cannot recognize – duh – a rhetorical question.

    Really, your shorter dances were better. I told you needed calliope music to better match your style, bdaslow.

  8. He made sure they got two tickets to paradise if you pack your bags we’ll leave tonight.

    Not checking any luggage today sir, o.k. I see your on a one way trip and won’t be returning, thats correct I have two tickets to paradise.

  9. As an American, I’d really like to know why a country that financed and executed a terrorist attack on American soil isn’t destroyed yet a country that stood squarely against Saudi ambitions and kept them in check was illegally invaded?

    You just don’t get it. W was in cohoots with the Saudi’s on 9-11. You scratch my back I’ll scratch yours is a famous Texan phrase. Send me over some terrorist and I’ll get rid of the guy that tried to kill my pa-pa. By the way we can help with the flow commin out the pipes yours will be worth alot more once we get in.

  10. Dance for your masters, troll boy. Single word sentences suit you better. Try working your way to zero.

  11. Ben,

    Intolerance comes from zealotry and fundamentalism of any stripe. Islam is indeed guilty of intolerance. So is Christianity. And Hinduism. And Sikhism. Pick your poison.

    So let’s not be too narrow in focusing on Islam as Culprit. There are moderate Muslims who have no interest in forcing their beliefs upon others just like there are moderate Christians that have no interest in forcing their beliefs upon others.

    I will stipulate this: It’s a deeply flawed religion. But so is Christianity. And the problem is not so much the teachings of Jesus or Mohamed. Both men were wise teachers in many respects. It’s what men have done with their teachings and “in their name” for the men’s own Earthly glory and financial enrichment that’s the problem.

    Anyone who uses any religion as an excuse for repression is 100% full of shit. No matter the name of their god.

  12. Am I my brothers keeper? Hell no. You must be some damn fool to think so.

    Now give us your….crap, like Cuba. Those we can meld in Miami.

  13. Saudi Arabia

    Why aren’t they under our boots right now instead of Iraqis that didn’t attack us?

    Why are they allies again? And don’t say oil. They are running out.

    Theocrats – this guy simply shows the true colors of Saudi leadership. They are repressive theocratic fascists. Their Wahabist government are a key irritant in the Sunni-Shia conflict. They are bad people with bad intentions toward the rest of the world. And I do mean everyone not a Saudi version of a Muslim.

    Why are we not carpet bombing Saudi Arabia for funding and manning the 9/11 attacks?

    As an American, I’d really like to know why a country that financed and executed a terrorist attack on American soil isn’t destroyed yet a country that stood squarely against Saudi ambitions and kept them in check was illegally invaded?

    Screw Saudi Arabia.

    The sooner the zealot barbarians are a sheet of glass, the sooner the region will stabilize. If there is EVER a “limited nuclear war”, I hope you sand eating bastards are the first to go.

  14. This represents one of the characteristics of Islam many – perhaps most – Americans fail to fathom. Islam is intolerant and by extension, Muslims are intolerant. It is clearly demonstrated by the remarks of Dr Naik.

    Today, I see a bit of a chasm between those who understand the characteristics and inherent dangers of the ideology called Islam and those who exhibit an unwillingness to see it for what it is for fear of insulting Muslims who, by the way, already know what it is. Those in the latter group cannot or will not make the leap.
    I explain it further here: http://onislamicfascism.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/i-belong-to-the-fifth-group/

    Ayatollah Khomeini sums it up :

    “Islam makes it incumbent on all adult males, provided they are not disabled and incapacitated, to prepare themselves for the conquest of [other] countries so that the writ of Islam is obeyed in every country in the world. But those who study Islamic Holy War will understand why Islam wants to conquer the whole world…. Those who know nothing of Islam pretend that Islam counsels against war. Those [who say this] are witless. Islam says Kill all the unbelievers just as they would kill you all! Does this mean that Muslims should sit back until they are devoured by [the unbelievers] Islam says Kill them [the non-Muslims], put them to the sword and scatter [their armies]. Does this mean sitting back until [non-Muslims] overcome us Islam says Kill in the service of Allah those who may want to kill you! Does this mean that we should surrender to the enemy Islam says Whatever good there is exists thanks to the sword and in the shadow of the sword! People cannot be made obedient except with the sword! The sword is the key to Paradise, which can be opened only for Holy Warriors! There are hundreds of other [Koranic] verses and Hadiths [sayings of the Prophet] urging Muslims to value war and to fight. Does all that mean that Islam is a religion that prevents men from waging war I spit upon those foolish souls who make such a claim.”

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