Friday, July 22, 2011

Malaysia tells Christians: respect us and we will respect you

Seems one-sided for the agressor to ask of their intended victim for respect, yet it is typical of Islam to act as if respect is a two-way street, right up until they get whatever concession they demand, at which point demeanor changes to the supremacist attitude we see in Islam-compliant societies. 

Asking Christians to respect Islam and in return they will have respect is another way to soften the blow of dhimmitude and present it as if there was parity between the two beliefs.  The respect expected of Christians means following the rules laid down by Islam regarding how Christians must "respect" Islam, and that includes no churches in Islamic lands, no outside worship or ringing of bells, no praying where Muslims can hear and no showing that you are other than Muslim in nay way, shape or form.

Respect from Islam to any other religion is non-existant, as told by the Qur'an and hadiths of Muhammad.  Respect for Islam from every other religion is expected, and if not forthcoming is dealt with accordingly, as told by the Qur'an and hadiths of Muhammad.

From The Malaysian Insider July 22 by Yow Hong Chieh

Respect Islam and we will respect you, Najib tells Christians

SEPANG — The government will engage with Christians groups here that love peace and respect the country’s Islamic leadership, the prime minister said today.

Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the Barisan Nasional (BN) government would work with Christians who wished to uphold world peace and harmony as it was committed to the “global movement of moderates”.

“We wish to tell our friends, the Malaysian Christians . . . if they respect us, we will also respect them,” he told some 200 BN supporters at Kompleks Bunga Raya here.

“This is our message. Islam is fair to all. Islam is beautiful, Islam is grand, Islam is pure, Islam is noble.”

Uh huh.

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Jay Knott said...

"No churches in Islamic lands". Nonsense. There are churches in Turkey, Egypt, Malaysia, Iran and Indonesia. Islam is as tolerant as Christianity, and its countries are far less powerful, thus less able to commit mass murder, even if they wanted to. You've got it upside down.

Zener said...


Unlike the Koran, I've never seen the bible tell people to kill or oppress unbelievers.

Your right, there are churches in those places you mentioned. However, if you do your homework, you will find those numbers dwindling. Also worth noting is that many of those areas forbid the building of new churches. If you want to call that tolerance, then you have a different definition than I understand.