Robert Spencer Moment: “The Hill” Bows to the Islamic War on Free Speech.

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  1. θ says:

    One forgotten feature of the “Free Speech” of Moslems beside Taqiyya is using the verbal death threats (Tahaddad).
    Abi Dawud Book 19, Hadith 2954
    Narrated ‘Abd Allah b. Ka’b b. Malik al-Ansari: He (‘Umar) took serious action against them and threatened them, though they were the Companions of the Messenger of Allah.

    Muslim Book 4, Hadith 1830
    Jabir reported: We went forward with the Messenger of Allahand when we reached Dhat ar-Riqa’, we came to a shady tree which -we left for him One of the polytheists came there and, seeing the sword of the Messenger hanging by a free. took it up. drew it from the scabbard and said to the Messenger of Allah: Are you afraid of Me? He (the Holy Prophet) said: No. He again said: Who would protect you from me? He said: Allah will protect me from you. The Companions of the Messenger of Allah threatened him. He sheathed the sword and hung it up.

    Abi Dawud Book 42, Hadith 4874
    Narrated Uqbah ibn Amir: AbulHaytham quoted Dukhayn, the scribe of Uqbah ibn Amir, saying: We had some neighbours who used to drink wine. I forbade them, but they did not stop. I then said to Uqbah ibn Amir: These neighbours of ours drink wine, and I tried to prevent them but they did not stop, and I am going to call the police about them.He said: Leave them.I again came to Uqbah ibn Amir and said: Our neighbours have refused to refrain from drinking wine, and I am going to call the police for them. He said: Woe to thee! Leave them alone. I heard the Messenger of Allah say: he then mentioned the tradition to the same effect as recorded above on the authority of the narrator Muslim. Abu Dawud said: In this version Hashim b. al-Qasim said on the authority of Laith: Do not do it, but preach them and threaten them.

  2. θ says:

    Abi Dawud Book 42, Hadith 4986
    Narrated AbdurRahman ibn AbuLayla: The Companions of the Prophet told us that they were travelling with the Prophet. A man of them slept, and one of them went to the rope which he had with him. He took it, by which he was frightened. The Prophet said: It is not lawful for a Muslim that he frightens a Muslim.

  3. θ says:

    Merit of Prophet Muhammad’s patience and a mutual agreement of ending both the blasphemy and the threats.
    Abi Dawud Book 19, Hadith 2994
    Ka’ab bin Malik who was one of those whose repentance was accepted said “Ka’ab bin Al Ashraf used to satire the Prophet and incited the infidels of the Quraish against him. When the Prophet came to Madeena, its people were intermixed, some of them were Muslims and others polytheists aho worshipped idols and some were Jews. They used to hurt the Prophet and his Companions. Then Allaah Most High commanded His Prophet to show patience and forgiveness. So Allaah revealed about them “And ye shall certainly hear much that will grieve you from those who receive Book before you”. When Ka’ab bin Al Ashraf refused to desist from hurting the Prophet, the Prophet ordered Sa’d bin Mu’adh to send a band to kill him. He sent Muhammad bin Maslamah and mentioned the story of his murder. When they killed him, the Jews and the polytheist were frightened. Next day they came to the Prophet and said “Our Companions were attacked and night and killed.” The Prophet informed them about that which he would say. The Prophet then called them so that he could write a deed of agreement between him and them and they should fulfill its provisions and desist from hurting him. He then wrote a deed of agreement between him and them and the Muslims in general.”

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