Obama Praises Muslims in Easter Message

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It just wouldn’t be Easter… without Muslims.

Obama said this time of year is a good time to remember the “common thread of humanity that connects us all – not just Christians and Jews, but Muslims and Hindus and Sikhs – is our shared commitment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.”

Nope. Sorry.

Here’s what the Koran has to say about loving your neighbor.

Qur’an (5:51) – “O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people.”

So yes, Muslims believe in loving their neighbors, as long as the neighbors are Muslims. And the right kind of Muslims.

Don’t go expecting Sunni Muslims to love Shiite Muslims or vice versa. Also don’t expect Salafis to love Sunnis who are insufficiently lacking in dedication to terrorism.

So much for that “common thread of humanity.”

  • Christopher Riddle

    What a USELESS A$$H*LE Obongo TRULY IS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • knightsman

    Easter has nothing to do with muslims!

    • Adolphus

      Well, presumably Easter, if it is representative of Jesus dying for the sins of mankind, which we’ll say is the case for the moment, would have something to do with Muslims as well. Our mercy or forgiveness is something we are supposed to emulate from that ‘sacrifice’ that Jesus made and from his teachings.
      But let’s stay within reason, too. Jesus said forgive 70×7 times those who ask for it, but we do not see an order to forgive those who do not ask for it. But he didn’t say we should hate anybody. Let’s remember to have a tempered and balanced approach when dealing with all people, including Muslim ‘infidels’.

      • knightsman

        People who pray to Muhammad do not care about your opinion on mercy.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          Generally speaking it’s merciful to destroy lies.

      • Cayce

        Christians don’t say that Muslims are “infidels.” We also don’t say to Muslims, hey, accept Jesus or we’ll cut off your head.

      • Kris Kristian

        There were no Muslims when Jesus lived.
        They were born a feew hundred years after Jesus

    • Kris Kristian

      The Last Supper was the rememberance of the Jews exoduce from Egypt, Passover.
      Jesus was a Jew, born and died a Jew.
      He was celebrating Passover.
      The Romans crucified jesus, but the Christian world blames the Jews. That is the cause of Jew hatred.
      Time for the Christian world to BEG the Jews for forgiveness>
      THose Christians who show hatred of Jews, cannot be Jesus worshoppers.
      They show their true hatred of Jesus.

  • Libslayer

    I doubt Obama praises Christians and Jews at the Iftar dinner or Ramadan or eid or any of the other Muslim holidays Obama never misses. But he hates Easter.
    Obama is a Muslim. Absolutely no doubt about it.
    What an evil little man he is.

    • just sayin

      Obama has a very warped view of Christianity and misapplies scripture regularly. Most of the misinformation was received from his mentor and godfather to his daughters, the black supremacist Reverend Wright.

      • hiernonymous

        Wait, wait – is Obama a Muslim, or is his mentor Rev Wright? You guys need to get your stories straight.

        • 2jackets

          He’s a christian-hating, taqiyya spouting, gay muslin fundamentalist who wishes to institute sharia law (by means of stealth jihad of course) with the eventual goal of destroying America with … I dunno, gay marriage or something.
          Not difficult to understand is it?!

    • truebearing

      His intent is to dilute the meaning of Easter by redistributing its message of hope for humanity. Every chance he gets, he tries to undermine Christianity and destabilize Israel. We know who he is by the fruits of his labor.

    • s;vbkr0boc,klos;

      ‘man’ in quotation marks otherwise I agree

  • A Z

    That’s okay, if he mentions Christians in a positive way during the Eid feast.

    Oh wait, he doesn’t!

    • objectivefactsmatter

      Critical theory and religious studies. Christians are the oppressors. That’s all you need to know for now.

      • truebearing

        On every major Christian Holy Day, Obama addresses the nation, and sends a clear signal to the world, and especially Muslims, that he is redistributing the Christian spiritual wealth. Easter has nothing to do with Hindus or Muslims, but Obama purposefully denies the Holy Day’s meaning as exclusively Christian.

        Obama is purposely obscuring the message and meaning of Easter with a nice little humanist word salad. Easter isn’t about humanism. It is about God redeeming humans. It is about Grace. It is about a human race that desperately needs help, not from megalomaniacal fools, but from God. It is about Jesus sacrificing his life to save humans from their sin, then rising from the dead to send the message that life is eternal through faith in Christ. There is nothing remotely humanist in the Easter story.

        Much like the movie about Noah, where the movie preached about environmental sin, Obama is supplanting the meaning of Easter with an amorphous humanist message. He’s at his anti-Christ best when trying to demean Christian Holy Days.

        • objectivefactsmatter

          You are describing leftist definitions of social justice in action. They consider themselves righteous doing these things.

      • Clee White

        That’s right, those “turn the other cheek” Christians are always running around lobbing off heads. Way to lump them all together you intolerant nit!

        • objectivefactsmatter

          These are leftists theories that explain where their nonsense comes from. They’re not my theories.

          • Clee White

            My apologies, I get so aggravated when I hear “Christians are the oppressors”. Honestly, I think it was the Easter message (or anything potus says for that matter) that set me off. Again, I am sorry that I jumped so quickly on your comment. ; }

          • objectivefactsmatter

            No problem. You should check it out because most leftist dupes don’t really understand the underlying fallacies of their beliefs. You will understand a lot better where this insanity comes from.

          • heideleena

            I read it that way too at first.

    • hiernonymous

      Oh wait, he does! More often than not, his ‘Eid proclamations emphasize shared values among the Abrahamic faiths. Here are his comments from ‘Eid al Adha last October:

      As our Muslim neighbors and friends gather for Eid celebrations, Muslim Americans are among the more than three million pilgrims joining one of the world’s largest and most diverse gatherings, which serves as a reminder of the shared roots of the world’s Abrahamic faiths.”

      To commemorate Eid al-Adha, Muslims around the world are joining other faith communities in offering their assistance to those suffering from hunger, disease, and conflict,” he added. “Their service is a powerful example of the positive role that faith can play in motivating
      communities to work together to address shared challenges.

      ‘Eid al Fitr, 2012, included the following:

      …the truth that communities of faith — including Muslim Americans — enrich our national life, strengthen our democracy and uphold our freedoms, including the freedom of religion…That is why we stand with people of all faiths, in the United States and around the world, in protecting and advancing this universal human right…

      ‘Eid al Adha, 2012:

      Throughout the year, Muslims join members of many faiths in serving those suffering from hunger, disease, and conflict. Muslim communities will continue this practice as they celebrate Eid by distributing food and charity to those in need. Such acts of compassion underscore the shared values of the Abrahamic religions and people of all faiths.

      ‘Eid al Fitr, 2010:

      As Ramadan comes to an end, Michelle and I extend our best wishes to Muslims in the United States and around the world on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. For Muslims all over the world, Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of a holy month of fasting and prayer. It is a time of self-reflection focusing on the values that Muslims and people of all faiths share – charity, community, cooperation and compassion. This year’s Eid is also an occasion to reflect on the importance of religious tolerance and to recognize the positive role that religious communities of all faiths, including Muslims, have played in American life.

      Obama is diluting the Muslim faith!

      • A Z

        communities of all faiths, many faiths, world’s Abrahamic faiths

        versus

        us all – not just Christians and Jews, but Muslims and Hindus and Sikhs

        Unless he is trying a foot in the door technique, it is not comparable.

        Unless the current Sunni-Shia matchup is 1618-1648, I don’t see a reason to live among these people. The fable of the farmer and the scorpion is apropos.

        • truebearing

          Exactly. Obama is trying to mainstream Islam by constantly bringing up Abrahamic faiths. He’s trying to get people to ignore their experiences and intuitions about Islam by suggesting all come from the same tradition.

          • hiernonymous

            “I could plagiarize and alter Judaism and Christianity and claim it is an
            Abrahamic religion, too, but mine would be just as false as Islam…”

            No doubt there are many non-Christians who view Christianity’s relationship to Judaism in much the same light.

        • hiernonymous

          It’s not comparable? How not? In both cases, he generally makes an allusion to other faiths when recognizing a special occasion of a particular faith.

          You have to want to find offense pretty desperately to find it in the difference in wording you’re describing.

          • A Z

            Obama mentions other faiths, Judaism and Christianity very generically. He calls them Abrahamic faiths, which while accurate is design, is a cop out.

            If he said
            “which serves as a reminder of the shared roots of the Islam, Judaism and Chrisitianity”

            versus

            “which serves as a reminder of the shared roots of the world’s Abrahamic faiths.”,

            you would have a valid point. Instead, if he actually said the former, it would be used by Iman in Friday prayers in a non benign way.

          • hiernonymous

            I disagree with the distinction you’re drawing. When he says the “Abrahamic faiths,” he’s quite specifically identifying three religions.

            More to the point, the original objection had been that he made reference to other religions in the Easter proclamation, and such reference is supposedely a dilution of the message. He has repeatedly made reference to other religions in his various ‘Eid messages. This demonstrates that Obama is not singling Christianity out for this “dilution,” whatever import you suppose it to have.

          • A Z

            Saying “Abrahamic faiths” is implicit.

            Saying Christianity is explicit.

            When it comes to demagoguery the difference is night and day.

          • hiernonymous

            Well, so you assert, but in both cases, other faiths are introduced, and that was the original complaint.

          • A Z

            (I would have responded sooner, but for some reason, your reply doesn’t appear in my “reply” folder in Disqus;

            Perhaps, because I have a hidden profile, is my guess. That supposition is testable.

      • truebearing

        “As our Muslim neighbors and friends …”

        Another Obama lie. Muslims are explicitly told in the Koran that they can’t be friends with people of the book. Is Obama lying (taqiyyah) or just stupidly contradicting the teachings in the Koran?

        • hiernonymous

          Sounds to me like he’s describing Islam as it’s actually practiced by the vast majority of Muslims, rather than adhering to your rather skewed understanding.

          By the way, ‘taqiyya’ isn’t simply a term for lying; it’s a practice, overwhelmingly by Shi’a, of denying one’s true religion when one’s life is in danger. It was usually practiced by Shi’a living in a Sunni world, and made it acceptable for them to deny that they were Shi’a.

          Where did you study Islam?

          • heideleena

            If that’s the case, why haven’t there been Muslim leaders speaking out against the Muslims that practice exactly what the Koran teaches? Has CAIR made it their mission to condemn Muslim terrorists? The silence is deafening.

    • Chavi Beck

      Make sure to listen to his Rosh Hashana and Passover messages. THey’re all about asking world Muslims for forgiveness and repenting Israel’s wicked ways. And stopping to oppress those poor Palestinian victims.

  • Bryan Schmick

    Sometimes, our president makes it hard for us to believe that he is a Christian. Liberal journalists mock the beliefs that he is Muslim. But. Our president believes the horrible screeching known as the Islamic call to prayer is the most beautiful sound on Earth. Our president believes NASAs primary goal should be to make Muslims feel better instead of increasing science. Our president believes that Major Hasan killing several military members while screaming Allahu Akbar (Arabic for God is great) has nothing to do with his Islamic religion but standard workplace violence. Our president believes Christian protestors are close to being terrorists. Our president believes the assumption of Jesus into heaven is a part of Islam even though Islam denies the basic message (love and forgiveness) that Jesus provided.

    • Meekrob

      He may not in fact be Muslim, but at the very least he likes the Muslim Brotherhood too much for my liking.

      • kikorikid

        Obama loves the Muslim Brotherhood.
        There are many in his Administration.
        How could Obama not be a Muslim
        with his imposed Shariah Compliance
        over the entire government apparatus?

        • hiernonymous

          Obama loves the Muslim Brotherhood.
          There are many in his Administration.

          Name six.

          How could Obama not be a Muslim
          with his imposed Shariah Compliance
          over the entire government apparatus?

          What does this even mean? “Shariah Compliance?” So the entire government apparatus is now praying 5 times a day toward Mecca? Fasting during Ramadan? Ritual ablutions?

          • logdon

            When Obama, promoting his false flag film-maker Benghazi narrative in the UN uttered….

            ‘The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam’……..

            he unequivocally indicated his affiliation to sharia and absolute contempt towards the First Amendment.

            It was blatant and it contravened the hard won Western concepts of human rights and freedom of speech in one fell swoop.

            Free speech is what marks the difference between us and Islam. It is the absolute bedrock of our democratic ideal and for the President of the United States to challenge this pillar of western thought is quite astounding.

            That not one international head of state or US domestic politician has challenged this complete upturning of all we stand for speaks volumes.

            With that statement which tops all the other indicators of his Islamic affiliation, he laid his marker for evermore and in no uncertain terms he made his position clear.

            As far as he’s concerned free speech is an encumbrance to be destroyed and that’s exactly what he intends.

          • hiernonymous

            When Obama, promoting his false flag film-maker Benghazi narrative in the UN uttered….

            ‘The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam’……..

            he unequivocally indicated his affiliation to sharia and absolute contempt towards the First Amendment.

            That might be a reasonable interpretation if he’d said “I have sponsored legislation to imprison anyone who criticizes the Prophet.” But that’s not what he said. His comment pretty clearly indicates that he disapproves of those who try to stir up religious hatred, but it’s hardly a declaration of war on the First Amendment.

          • logdon

            Dear me!

            For a start it was a lie and he knew it. Religious hatred was his false flag.

            Secondly blatantly rejecting the First Amendment by legislation was a step to far, even for this megalomanic.

            So next best, he seeds the impulse to blasphemy law which is core sharia by making his outrageous statement in the place dominated by OIC mentality knowing full well that he’d get away with it.

            His statement didn’t only apply to America but was a globally encompassing edict.

            In other words this charlaton has the nerve to tell me in Britain, or a Frenchman or a German or an Italian what we can and cannot say.

            His hubris is quite off the scale and reflects perfectly the totalitarians he so admires.

            Sorry but I’m not buying it.

          • hiernonymous

            Nobody told you what you can or cannot say. That’s a product of your own hysteria.

          • logdon

            The future MUST not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam is as clear as it gets.

            Precisely what he said. Must not. Not may not or can we talk about this. Pure edict.

            That’s not hysteria, it is Obama’s endorsement of the sharia blasphemy law and if you can’t see that you need help.

          • hiernonymous

            I suppose I do need help – accessing the psychic hotline from which you have divined that Obama’s disapproval of religious hatred would find satisfaction through extra constitutional means. There are a couple of flaws in your overheated construction. First, you have asserted that “must” has a single clear meaning that admits of no other interpretation but yours. That is wrong on two counts. First, “must” is more commonly understood to be a synonym for “should,” which is consistent with the president’s actual meaning. Don’t take my word for it, look it up. In fact, the first dictionary you find will also define “must” as expressing an opinion about something that is very likely, which also calls into question your unjustifiably restrictive interpretation. Second, in order to hold the meaning you propose, the “must” should be directed at an actor whose choices are being thereby limited. “A citizen must identify himself at the request of a police officer.” Which actor is being constrained in Obama’s construction? “The future?”

            Get real. The future must not belong to…” Is a clear statement about Obama’s hopes for what the future will look like. There is exactly nothing in that construction that implies a readiness to employ illegal means to bring it about, or even to imply an attack on anyone’s free speech.

            You must see that.

            Oh my – did my last line imply that you have no 1st Amendment right to disagree? Did it imply that I intended to use force or violence to ensure that you “see that?” Starting to understand why your take is, indeed, hysterical?

          • logdon

            Your argument is facile semantics and akin to the old ‘how many angels can fit on a pin head’ circumlocution of the Middle Ages.

            Frankly it doesn’t wash.

            Must is not a ‘hope’ it is an edict and if you can’t see that our argument is over.

            Your meandering over the subject of the verb is quite ridiculous.

            However I’ll get back to the main point which you obviously wish to avoid in your convolutions.

            He is merely using a discredited film makers depiction of Mohammed which as it turned out was nothing to do with the Benghazi debacle to foist the OIC’s draconian dream of the banning of free speech globally via an Islamic blasphemy law.

            That is of utmost seriousness and it is not me who is being hysterical, rather you in your blind worship for this excuse of a president who is desperately defending the indefensible.

            ‘The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam’ is as clear as it gets.

            He is ring fencing one faith over another.

            By attempting it via the UN, he is presuming that his reach of jurisdiction is of a world-wide order. .

            He is telling me and the rest of humanity what we can and cannot say about Islam.

            He has never defended Christianity is such an obvious and aggressively dominant manner. That speaks volumes.

            In fact although the Pilgrim Fathers were Christian and America was created on Judeo-Christian principles he denies this by ridiculously asserting that the USA is a Muslim country.

            No one but the eternally gullible is buying it.

            That, by your facile and wafer thin argument obviously includes you.

            If you wish to worship and adore the Prophet of Islam that’s your affair and good luck with that. I do not.

            Got that?

            I, as an Englishman resent being told what I can and cannot say by an American president, never mind one with such thin and quite frankly questionable credentials.

            Despite his quite outrageously grandiose efforts, he holds not one iota of sovereignty over me and his realm of jurisdiction ends at your side of the Atlantic.

            I will certainly not be dictated to by this Islamo pandering charlaton.

            And that is the end of the matter.

          • hiernonymous

            And your argument isn’t; rather, it’s a display of indignant certitude.

            You resent being told what you can say? The most obvious response is that you need to direct your resentment toward its source – your overactive imagination and sense of paranoia. “The future must not belong…” is an edict to whom? The future? Let the future pen – erm, type – its indignant missive about what it’s being allowed to do.

            Note, too, that Mr. Obama did not say that he intends to exterminate or eliminate those who “slander the Prophet;” he simply said that they shall not own the future.

            But wait – you don’t want to quibble about the semantics, you want to turn to what he clearly said. Very well, logdon, let’s turn to what he very clearly said. Let’s turn to the speech you’re quoting. Here’s an excerpt:

            And yet the turmoil of recent weeks reminds us that the path to
            democracy does not end with the casting of a ballot. Nelson Mandela
            once said: “To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to
            live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”
            (Applause.)

            True democracy demands that citizens cannot be thrown in jail because
            of what they believe, and that businesses can be opened without paying a
            bribe. It depends on the freedom of citizens to speak their minds and
            assemble without fear, and on the rule of law and due process that
            guarantees the rights of all people.
            In other words, true democracy — real freedom — is hard work.
            Those in power have to resist the temptation to crack down on
            dissidents.

            So here you are, trying to argue that there’s a meaning of the word “must” that permits you to work yourself into a lather because you’re afraid that it means the president is calling for the end of your right as an Englishman to speak your mind, such as it is – and yet, here is the point you’ve raised, quite clearly and explicitly addressed in the same speech.

            But wait, you cry! That was just a sop to democracy – surely he’s planning on working an exception in to build that ring around Islam that logdon is going on about? Well, all we have to do is keep reading.:

            We are home to Muslims who worship across our country. We not only
            respect the freedom of religion, we have laws that protect individuals
            from being harmed because of how they look or what they believe. We
            understand why people take offense to this video because millions of our
            citizens are among them.

            I know there are some who ask why we don’t just ban such a video.
            And the answer is enshrined in our laws: Our Constitution protects the
            right to practice free speech.

            Here in the United States, countless publications provoke offense.
            Like me, the majority of Americans are Christian, and yet we do not ban
            blasphemy against our most sacred beliefs. As President of our country
            and Commander-in-Chief of our military, I accept that people are going
            to call me awful things every day — (laughter) — and I will always
            defend their right to do so. (Applause.)

            Americans have fought and died around the globe to protect the right
            of all people to express their views, even views that we profoundly
            disagree with. We do not do so because we support hateful speech, but
            because our founders understood that without such protections, the
            capacity of each individual to express their own views and practice
            their own faith may be threatened. We do so because in a diverse
            society, efforts to restrict speech can quickly become a tool to silence
            critics and oppress minorities.

            We do so because given the power of faith in our lives, and the
            passion that religious differences can inflame, the strongest weapon
            against hateful speech is not repression; it is more speech — the
            voices of tolerance that rally against bigotry and blasphemy, and lift
            up the values of understanding and mutual respect.

            Oh, my! That froth of paranoia and indignation you worked yourself into because you’re convinced his speech calls for the elimination of your right to criticize Islam – turns out he specifically addressed your concern in a manner that couldn’t have been more to your satisfaction. He rejects what you reject, if only much more articulately.

            So what was he saying in the bit you appear to have confined your reading to – that one sentence? He speaks at some length about the responsibility of the citizens of free countries to use their power of free speech to marginalize extremist thought. He spends quite a bit of time decrying those who define themselves by hatred of the West. Then he comes to this part:

            The future must not belong to those who target Coptic Christians in
            Egypt — it must be claimed by those in Tahrir Square who chanted,
            “Muslims, Christians, we are one.” The future must not belong to those
            who bully women — it must be shaped by girls who go to school, and
            those who stand for a world where our daughters can live their dreams
            just like our sons. (Applause.)
            The future must not belong to those corrupt few who steal a country’s
            resources — it must be won by the students and entrepreneurs, the
            workers and business owners who seek a broader prosperity for all
            people. Those are the women and men that America stands with; theirs is
            the vision we will support.

            The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.
            But to be credible, those who condemn that slander must also condemn the
            hate we see in the images of Jesus Christ that are desecrated, or
            churches that are destroyed, or the Holocaust that is denied.

            Why, he’s trying to build a fence around Coptic Christianity! Does that frighten you? Are you concerned that your precious English sovereignty is about to be subjected to the authority of the Coptic Pope?

            “…this Islamo pandering charlaton[sic]…”

            I think it’s pretty clear who the charlatan is. Next time you go building your xenophobic fantasies, why not try doing some elementary research before letting those misguided fingers find a keyboard?

            “And that is the end of the matter.”

            Why, yes, it is.

          • logdon

            Your tediously rambling and predictable reply is now getting extremely boring and quite frankly if you can’t address the points I can’t even be bothered reading it.

            Have you even heard of the OIC or read of it’s machinations which, by the way Hillary also endorses?

            There is a bigger picture which obviously eludes you.

            As I said before you crassly attempted to commandeer my final rejoinder……

            That is the end of the matter.

          • hiernonymous

            “That is the end of the matter.”

            Wait – isn’t that the end of the end of the end of the matter by now?

            It’s really quite simple, friend charlaton – you’ve worked yourself into a lather over a one-sentence excerpt from a speech, convinced yourself that it means a certain thing, and you now lack the integrity or wit to understand that the issue you raised was also raised – and dispensed with – in the very speech you’re ranting about.

            You asked about the OIC. The U.S. is not a member, and as we’ve both now seen, Mr. Obama explicitly rejects in his speech that “draconian dream” you were on about, so while the existence of the OIC may make you indignant – as, indeed, what does not? – Mr. Obama was quite clearly and explicitly rejecting, not advancing, any restriction of legal limits on speech.

            Unless you have a reading disorder, there’s not much left to say. You expressed concern that Mr. Obama’s speech meant that he was calling for reliious-based restrictions on free speech. Reading the transcript of his speech, we find that he addresses that very point and makes it the keystone of his address: that demcratic nations do NOT suppress speech in that manner.

            So, yes, yes,yes – that is the end of the matter.

          • hiernonymous

            Apart from your problems with Mr. Obama, let me help you with a language issue with which you are struggling. Take note of the third usage Ms. Sloganeering describes. http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2014/03/must-should-ought/

    • kikorikid

      Hasan killed 13 at Ft.Hood. Yelling,” Allahu Akbar”.
      Obama STILL calls it “workplace violence”.
      I have no clue as to what “standard workplace violence” is?
      This was Jihad and Obama refuses to call it correctly
      because he is Shariah Compliant.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        “standard workplace violence”

        It means basically the same as, “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.”

        • kikorikid

          Got it!

      • hiernonymous

        Where does Obama refer to “standard workplace violence?” When did he say this, that you say “STILL?”

        • kikorikid

          Re-read the last twenty posts and you
          will figure it out, you have advanced obtuseness.

          • hiernonymous

            Sorry, don’t see a cite or a quote. For that matter, I only see five posts in this thread. So what did Obama say and when that leads you to make that statement?

          • kikorikid

            I never said Obama said anything, you douche!

          • hiernonymous

            kikorikid: “Obama STILL calls it “workplace violence”.”

            kikorikid: “I never said Obama said anything, you douche!”

            Seems like you have short-term memory issues, in addition to your Tourette’s.

          • Kris Kristian

            Obama still calls the massacre of soldiers by the Mulsim major, a “workplace incident>”
            He refuses to admit that this swine shouted Alahu Akba when he slaughtered soldiers.
            Obama is a Muslim.

          • hiernonymous

            “Obama still calls the massacre of soldiers by the Mulsim major, a “workplace incident>””

            Where and when? You say he “still calls it” – how do you know? Can you provide a citation, or are you making it up as you go along?

          • hiernonymous

            So, crickets on the whole workplace violence thing? Just another bout of over active imaginations? Cool.

  • NAHALKIDES

    Typical of Obama is that he could not even name the source of the commandment to love your neighbor as you love yourself, for that might mean recognizing the distinction between Christian brotherhood and Islamic savagery.

  • just sayin

    Easter is one of the most celebrated festivals of the modern Christian church. According to St.Bede, an English historian of the eighteenth century, Easter owes its origin to the old Teutonic mythology. The name Easter was originally derived from the word Eostre. Eostre was the ancient Greek goddess of spring. It was believed that every year, Eostre returned to Earth after a long, cold winter and brought along with her the light and warmth of Spring. Thus, ancient Greeks held pagan festivals to welcome Eostre and herald the onset of spring.

    The Pagan festivals always coincided with the vernal Equinox on the 21st of March every year. Though the Greek were not fully cognizant of why and when spring comes, they believed Eostre must be pleased to ensure that she returns year after year. The festivals were lavish feasts that celebrated the booming of new flowers, the chirping of birds, butterflies, and sunshine and in general the feeling of rejuvenation that is inherent of spring.

    The Christian church however, changed the Pagan festival from a celebration of spring to a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. In 325 A.D. the church also changed the date of the festival. The festival was no longer held on the spring equinox. Instead, as per the Church Council of Nicaea henceforth it was to be held on the very first Sunday following the full moon on or after the vernal equinox. Thus, today Easter is celebrated on different dates every year and can occur as early as March 22nd or as late as April 25th.

    Some people even believe that Easter is related to the Hebrew celebration, the Jewish Passover. Passover is celebrated to mark the freedom of the Israelis from bondage and slavery after 300 years. It was during Passover in 30 A.D. that Christ was crucified for being blasphemous. The resurrection happened three days later on what is today known as Easter Sunday. The early Christians, many of whom were raised as Jews considered the resurrection and Easter as a new part of pascha. Thus the early celebration of Passover came to be celebrated as Good Friday and Easter.

    • PapaJ

      Easter has everything to do with Passover — Jesus entered Jerusalem during the week of Passover and was crucified on what we now call Good Friday.

      • objectivefactsmatter

        You’re both right. The RCC often coopted popular paganism.

  • USARetired

    He is a dam hypocrite, plays both sides which cannot be done in reality!

  • Mike Schneider
  • objectivefactsmatter

    Easter and Passover have to be the most hated holidays in Islam.

    While they can in needed make Passover about “Muslims” escaping the Pharaoh, they hate the entire concept of Jesus rising from the dead. They have no way of weaving that in to their Islamic doctrines.

    • truebearing

      No, and they don’t include the essentiality of the resurrection of Jesus in their perverted knock-off of Judaism and Christiany, the Koran. Anyone wonder where Obama learned to misrepresent the teachings of Christ?

    • Softly Bob

      They believe that Jesus was just a mere prophet and not the Christ or Messiah. They do not believe that Jesus died on the cross and was resurrected and they deny that he was the son of God, claiming that ‘Allah’ has no sons.

      Who is the liar? It is whoever denies that Jesus is the Christ. Such a person is the antichrist—denying the Father and the Son.

      1st John 2:22

      Islam was specifically designed to destroy the concept of Jesus dying for the sins of mankind and is a deliberate attempt to deny the gift of salvation. It came from the words of a liar (Mohammed) and was inspired by the father of all lies!

  • hyedenny

    I would NEVER defend Islam. Period.

    However, that is not the point. I must say that this article is pure taquiya (a lie told to advance islam), even as practiced by a Jew, Daniel Greenfield. His quotation of the filthy koran is not only completely taken out of context, but it is incomplete and inaccurately quoted.

    There are plenty of other verses he could have chosen to make his point. That kind of deceit only loses him credibility. Shame on him, and happy Easter.

  • Churchill4President

    Obama is doing the work of his father the devil.

    • NJK

      And Washington, D.C. is now Hades.

  • NJK

    He’s a terrorist, and the past six years have been an inside terror attack. It’s not viewed that way, because everyone expects him to use bombs or planes. He managed to weasel his way into the White House with the help of the left, and then place various members of the Muslim Brotherhood throughout the govt.
    He’s using our own govt. agencies to attack us from the inside.

  • bob smith

    Reading the caliphate’s use of scripture reminds me of how Archie Bunker exemplified his understanding of scripture…that being sourced from the book Religion for Dummies.

  • Anamah

    What can be expected from a charlatan?

  • GSR

    He is OBSESSED with non-Western, non-White, non-Christian, non-Jewish, non-free market people and ideas. Truly obsessed. The USA’s 3rd World Left-Wing Tyrant-wannabe.

  • panola60

    Barack Obama’s Hate Group:

    For more than 20 years, Barack Obama attended the Black Theology Trinity United Church of Christ led by Rev. Jeremiah Wright whose degusting hateful rants we are already familiar with. Now let’s talk about the leader of Obama’s church.

    James Cone, the founder of Black Theology describes Black Theology as a religion that refuses to accept a God who is not identified totally with the goals of the black community. If God is not for us and against white people, then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him. The task of black theology is to kill Gods who do not belong to the black community. . . . Black theology will accept only the love of God which participates in the destruction of the white enemy. What we need is the divine love as expressed in Black Power, which is the power of black people to destroy their oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal. Unless God is participating in this holy activity, we must reject his love.

  • notme123

    did he say the same thing at his ramadan speech?

  • nimbii

    Thank you Jeff Greenfield. For speaking facts to lies.

  • http://www.apollospeaks.com/ ApolloSpeaks

    NO US PRES

    has got more egg on his face from broken promises, lies, incompetence and ignorance than Barack Obama. Now it’s Easter egg.

    http://www.apollospeaks.com

  • Magnifico

    When everybody would say that he’s Muslim, I would always say I thought he was an atheist. However, I’ve changed my mind. It’s over-the-top Muslim outreach from this dope. He’s one of them.

    • Meekrob

      I maintain he could never recognize any power greater than himself.

      • Cayce

        Good point.

    • kikorikid

      Yep.

  • Christopher Riddle

    Obongo has a”Warped”View of EVERYTHING!I Would Say He Is”WARPED”!!!!!!!!!

  • Dan Borden

    If he really wanted to include Muslims in Easter he would have blown something up.

  • http://dhimmitudeisnotforthisdude.blogspot.com/ Napoleon Bon Appétit

    But the muslim parents in Dearbornistan were upset after the school, Howard Elementary, sent home easter egg hunt flyers. Now, what does this tell us?

    • kikorikid

      This tells us that anything you do is going
      to be whined about and considered “offensive”.
      The regular Strong Arm Extortion gig.

  • nickshaw

    Muslims have “…shared commitment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.”?
    Yeah, try that line out in Saudi Arabia or any number of muslim dominated countries.
    I dare ya’!

    • Cayce

      Where “family oriented” means beating your wife and mutilating your daughter’s genitals.

  • Abberline

    Obama’s ignorance of Islam is as bad as his ignorance of economics.

    • kikorikid

      What is “ignorant” about Obamas Islam?
      He is 100% Shariah Compliant. Always,

  • Cayce

    Obama cracks me up.

  • hiernonymous

    Nice illustration. Under “Change,” it reads “Usama bin Ladin.” After years of futile attempts by several presidents to find the al Qa’ida leader, Obama was the one who finally found him and killed him. “Change,” indeed!

    • Libslayer

      Obama did nothing but take credit.
      If it were up to him, bin laden would be alive and part of his cabinet.
      Religious sensitivity czar or something.

      • hiernonymous

        “Obama did nothing but take credit.”

        If you’re going to hold him responsible for the bad things that happen on his watch, you have to give him credit for the good things. You can’t have it both ways.

        “If it were up to him, bin laden would be alive and part of his cabinet.”

        It was, and he isn’t. Go figure.

        • Libslayer

          Two tattered Obama stickers on your rusty Prius, I’m guessing.
          Plus, liberals don’t hold Obama responsible for anything. They don’t want to be called racists.

          • hiernonymous

            Two tattered Obama stickers on your rusty Prius, I’m guessing.

            You’re as right as ever. I don’t drive a Prius, and in 30 years of owning cars, the only stickers that have ever gone on them have been inspection and post access stickers.

            Plus, liberals don’t hold Obama responsible for anything. They don’t want to be called racists.

            What “liberals” do or don’t do does nothing to either rebut or support my observation. You don’t like “liberals.” Noted, for what it’s worth.

          • Libslayer

            Let me be more direct.
            Your judgement of Obama is clouded by your ideology.
            Obama is a disaster in every possible way; he’s easily the worst president since Woodrow Wilson. Yet his adorers see no flaws in the man at all. Obama took out bin laden- single handedly no doubt. Since then, jihadis have an ally in Obama, as Christians and Jews are exterminated in Muslim countries across the Middle East. The Muslim brotherhood has direct connections with many in obama’s cabinet, and Iran will get a nuke and use it, and Obama will go golfing.
            Obama and his Muslim chief of staff Valerie Jarrett were dragged kicking and screaming into the bin laden raid, and Obama “okayed” it after the fact.
            Obama is an Islamic sympathizer and antisemite, in addition to being a Marxist nitwit. Defend the boob if you must. I will rejoice the day he and the wookie move out and the White House can be deloused and fumigated, the way it had to be when the Clintons moved out.

          • hiernonymous

            “Let me be more direct.”

            It’s a shame that “direct” is not synonymous with “rational.”

            “Your judgement of Obama is clouded by your ideology.”

            I haven’t offered you my judgment of Obama. You’re jumping to conclusions and engaging in sloppy thinking.

            “…he’s easily the worst president…”

            Your overall opinion of Obama is neither topical nor of much interest. You don’t know my overall opinion of Obama, either, so let me spare you the long tirade in which you energetically demolish a straw man.

            “…and Obama “okayed” it after the fact.”

            Actually, he gave the final approval on 29 April, and contacted ADM McRaven the next day to wish his men luck. If you’re having trouble figuring out why 29 April is not after 2 May, just ask.

            “I will rejoice the day he and the wookie move out…”

            Again, what you do or don’t rejoice at is a matter of interest to your friends and family. The “wookie” comment displays a certain lack of class, but no shocker there.

          • Libslayer

            Liberals are really boring. I nodded off during your screed.

  • Opinari

    Obama is our recompense for voting for rhetoric rather than using good sense; electing someone with no substance, possibly voting for their color or charisma. Then in one of his first speeches in another country he immediately puts down the USA as a bad country, apologizing for his perceived damage done to them, never praising the good we have done. Obama is an abomination, a wart on our country…he is not a patriot
    .

  • Mike Hobgood

    Kinda difficult to love your neighbor when he’s tryng to rape you wife and daughter and decapitate you!