Thursday, January 14, 2010

A God Who Hates -- One Woman Fights Islam

The Courageous Woman Who Speaks Out Against The Evils of Islam

Wafa Sultan, an ex-Muslim dissident from Syria, has written a book about Islam, "A God Who Hates" (St. Martin's Press - 2009).

In the book she delivers a searing portrait of Muslim culture.

The subtitle of the book describes Sultan as "the courageous woman who inflamed the Muslim world" as she "speaks out against the evils of Islam." The reader is left with no doubt that Sultan is a woman who is willing to endanger her life to preserve, protect and defend Western civilization.

She reveals that, contrary to popular opinion, it is not a few "radical Jihadists" who are guilty of distorting otherwise warm and fuzzy Islamic precepts, but rather the culprit driving the hatred and bloodlust is none other than the Koran itself. The Koran is part of a holy trinity of terror that includes the prophet Muhammad and the "god" known as Allah. She refers to Islam, as "the ogre" as she explores the psychological roots of a nomadic people who invented this religion to assuage their own paralyzing fears and overwhelming feelings of desperation and helplessness.

Wafa Sultan was raised in a devoutly Muslim home in Syria. She recounts her personal stories of the barbarism of Islam and how that barbarism was imposed on her and her family. Sultan recalls how her grandmother, mother and sisters, who were virtual slaves to their husbands and their father, were subjected to humiliating degradation, a fact of life for Muslim women.

The world of Muslim men has declared that women are inferior beings to be treated with contempt and loathing. The evidence is everywhere. Especially in today's alarming escalation of "honor murders" in which Muslim men brazenly murder women for alleged transgressions of Sharia law. There is also female genital mutilation.

Women's inhumanity to other women is also explored. Sultan tells us of the abusive treatment of daughters-in-law by their own mothers-in-law, who punish them in the same way they themselves were tormented as young brides.

To keep them locked in a permanent state of servility in the Islamic world, education for females in Islamic society is limited and discouraged. Their treatment of children is also examined. When their children do not pray or follow the rules of Islam, they do as the Koran demands by disciplining them with corporal punishment. They hit their kids.

Sultan herself was fortunate. She was educated as a physician in Syria and was able to escape from the tyranny of this oppressive religion. Moreover, as a physician in Syria, she saw the glaring inequities of medical care. Women are short-changed.
Luckily, Dr. Sultan met an educated man who respected her. After their marriage they moved to the United States. She and her family live in Los Angeles where she now practices medicine.

By citing Koranic verses and providing concrete historical evidence dating back to the 7th century, Sultan shows that Islam reaches its goals through fear, violence, hatred of the other, theft and murder.

The author shows us that from the birth of Islam, Arab nomadic tribes raided one another in bloodthirsty rampages that produced death and devastation. Little has changed since those early days.

She describes the terror and desolation felt by the Arab peoples during centuries of desert dwelling. Sultan shows us how the fear of dying in the desert from hunger, thirst, illness and the imminent attacks by other tribes created an anxious and violent nation whose sole objective was daily survival at any cost.

Says the author, "Arabs who lived in the environment that gave birth to Islam were powerless in the face of the challenges presented by this environment, which threatened their lives and their welfare. Because they felt so helpless they felt a need for forcefulness and created a god who would fulfill this need. When the Arab male lost his power he felt the need for a forceful god. And so he created a forceful god in the image of his need - but this god was not powerful."

Thus, the religion of Islam instills a hatred of the infidel, "the other" and anyone who does not accept the terms of their angry belief system. History has recorded how Allah’s followers murdered Christians, Jews, Hindus and Sikhs.

Why do they murder? Their god is described in the Koran as "The Harmer:, "The Avenger", "The Compeller" and "The Imperious". It is Sultan's view that the Islamic people have internalized such labels and have sought to emulate the character of their deity. Anyone they see as a threat, even fellow muslims, face brutal savagery. She says this is how Muslims actualize their "godly" traits.

She describes the prophet Muhammad as a man withut moral authority; a pedophile and a purveyor or violence and falsehood; He gives his followers approval to commit hostile acts of religious zealotry, without regard for human life. He says his path is “holy”.

Sultan tells us Islam is filled with strife, negativism and banal hatred, which is evident in its language and speech. As such, Muslims do not speak in a calm and reasoned manner, but rather are strident, resorting to shrieking, yelling, bellowing and shouting while engaging in acrimonious, ad hominem attacks against those with whom they are purportedly conversing.

That segues into a chapter titled, "Who is that woman on Al Jazeera?". Dr. Sultan's opinions were well known through the Arab and Muslim countries. For that reason, the Al Jazeera television network invited her to debate a domineering Islamic cleric on the topic of "the connection between Islamic teachings and terrorism."

It was in this venue that Dr. Sultan, delivered her case in erudite and eloquent terms without raising the volume of her voice; in contrast to her adversary who hit listeners with an ear-popping rant.

While she was concluding her thoughts during the last few seconds of the show, Dr. Sultan was once again interrupted by the clergyman. But this time she told him to "Be quiet! It's my turn!".

To Westerners who watch television debates, a rejoinder like this is often heard. But these few words sent shock waves throughout the Muslim world.

"I uttered this sentence without realizing it would open a new chapter in Arab and Muslim history. Never in the history of Islam has a woman clearly and forcefully told a Muslim man to be quiet because it was her turn to speak", says Dr. Sultan.

Throughout this compelling book, Sultan praises on her adopted country. She acknowledges her appreciation for the rights, individual freedoms and liberties that she has enjoyed in the United States for the last 21 years. She urges America to stand strong in the face of global radical Islam.

“America” she says, "is freedom."

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Blogger no_slappz said...


I hope you enjoy this post. Wafa Sultan knows about you.

10:06 AM  
Blogger Winfred Mann said...

There's a video in which Wafa debates mislim clerics. The disdain muslims have for women is obvious in the clerics responses.

Other obvious disdain on a larger scale:
"When jihad becomes an individual duty, it applies to women too, because women do not differ from men when it comes to individual duties, the brothers of apes and pigs [the Jews] who should taste the bitterness of death."
-- Yunis al-Astal, speaking about the need for suicide bombers and the importance of martydom in a sermon on 11 April 2008

But women don't share other right, do they. Further, the racism oozes from this phrase: "brothers of pigs and apes."
What else can one expect from hate mongers?

10:33 AM  
Blogger Winfred Mann said...


Any speculation why the muslim can't answer simple questions?

Is he really a muslim? Or, maybe he can only spew satanic verses from the muslim book of hate?

10:46 AM  
Blogger no_slappz said...


Who knows anything about "muslim"?

Is he a muslim? I have no idea. However, he tries to be provocative, but like most things attempted by real muslims, he fails.

Meanwhile, his strategies for provocation show him for the moron he is.

As for muslim's refusal to answer questions, well, it gives him the demeanor of an actual muslim. Meanwhile, his inability to discuss sex and sexuality is another indication he is a true muslim.

By applying the usual torture muslims use on logic, he will most likely equate circumcision and female genital mutilation.

12:30 PM  
Blogger SNAKE HUNTERS said...

Good Works, Sir No-Slappz! Wafa Sultan's book "A God That Hates" is another 'must read' for those disenchanted young muslims, those seeking the Truth and also escape from the cruel dictates of an Arcane Islam, and its Shari'a Law.

Apostates still receive the death penalty under that ugly system of justice.

More open discussion is needed on the subjects of surgical rape of young muslim females (FGM), and also the Hideous Public Stonings in Iran & Saudi Arabia!

The Western Media is not so eagerly enclined, preferring a posture of 'political correctness' lest they offend Saudi Arabia, and the Council of American Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.), and the So-called "moderate muslims" that infiltrate this nation to build mosques and madrassa here in the U.S.A.

Dr. Fawa Sultan will forever wear
the assassin's target on her back!


1:11 PM  
Blogger no_slappz said...

reb, you wrote:

"The Western Media...preferring a posture of 'political correctness' lest they offend Saudi Arabia, and the Council of American Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.), and the So-called "moderate muslims" that infiltrate this nation to build mosques and madrassa here in the U.S.A."

I am here to offend them.

2:01 PM  
Blogger Winfred Mann said...

You will probably enjoy the post I made today. A muslim wrote it.

2:29 PM  

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