From the religion of peace, we learn the Taliban, professing "the word" for Muhammad, have hanged a seven-year-old boy for being a spy. The boy was working for Afghanistan's President, Hamid Karzai, according to some of the most evil people on the face of the earth - the boy's murderers, the Taliban.
Karzai said the act was a "crime against humanity." Indeed, it is. Now, Mr. Karzai, what will you do about it? Show us how you separate the word of Allah from these acts. Show us how those peaceful Koranic verses negate the violent and inhumane Koranic verses.
Just last week, we watched the Ground Zero mosque protest in New York City. Thousands of people showed up to try to stop a mosque leering over a sacred burial site. One of the protest leaders, Pamela Geller, was interviewed on CNN about her objections to the mosque. After Pam's interview was over, an attorney spoke. He read verse after verse from the Koran about the beauty and peaceful nature of Islam's holy book. The interviewer didn't have a clue how to question him.
I want to know how those coy peaceful verses abide side-by-side with those calling for violent death to infidels? The Taliban is, indeed, doing their god's work, according to their god's word. In the meantime, our soldiers die for the average Islamic Muslim who lies about their god. The truth is too terrible to confront.
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