Guest Speaker: Wafa Sultan, Another Primer in Comparative Religion

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In her speech and rebuttal on Arabic TV, Dr. Wafa Sultan briefly contrasts aspects of these two traditions, Islam and the West. What she says, WHO she says it to, and how she says it, is called Speaking Truth To Power. And Islam IS a big power, with all the oil money in the world to back and promote its debauched and cruel agenda by means both covert and overt. Women of the Islamic world are going to have to do exactly the same thing—Speak truth to power—speak up for themselves, risk much, even their lives, because the cowardly and silly Feminist-girl-children in the West, stubbornly and self-righteously, will not. That fact in itself gives new meaning to the phrase: cognitive dissonance.

And, in a classic example of Islamic non sequitur, Dr. Sultan is interrupted by the commentator so he can interject into the conversation that the term “Clash of Civilizations” was after all invented by a western writer. THAT’S his rebuttal?  Huh? So what? We’re not talking about labels, we’re talking about the realities which those labels depict. What’s hard about that concept? Could Islam possibly have a dumbing-down effect on human intellect? Maybe.

Here is today’s guest speaker. Meet Dr. Wafa Sultan, author of the book, “A God Who Hates: The Courageous Woman who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evils of Islam”

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