What would you NOT want to find in a Prayer Room in an International Airport?
One concerned traveler walked into the Islamic Prayer room in an airport and was shocked by one of the books he found on the shelves there.
There were the usual mundane finds.
A Koran, as you might expect, was on the shelves.
Someone put a Bible in there, too.
There were a few other assorted books.
But among them, one stood out, much different from the others.
Islamic Prayer Room in Melbourne Airport displays Islamist Extremist books for the Muslim traveller’s convenience that teach the jurisprudential Sharia Laws of Jihad, taking hostages, making the infidels pay Islamic Tax (Jizya), & martyrdom.
— Imam Mohamad Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) November 15, 2018
The Imam of Peace — an anti-Jihad Muslim Imam who is pressing for Western Reforms in Islam, one of the good guys — took us into the prayer room in Melbourne Australia, and showed us what someone (we don’t know who) had placed in that library.
He’s asking the really important question, ‘who put this here’.
It’s a book on Sharia Law.
Page 19, Jihad.
Page 59, Taking Hostages at War
Page 48, Jizya [the tax levied on Infidels]
Page 228, Martyrdom
Why did he raise this issue?
He wants Melbourne Airport to take action; to monitor these airport prayer rooms for the sort of books that support aggression.
He’s an Imam taking a stand against Islamic extremism.
Go ahead and tell us that HE is an Islamophobe.
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