Friday, June 2, 2017
An American President And The Quran
"And kill them (the unbelievers) wherever you find them, and drive them out from whence they drove you out, and persecution is severer than slaughter, and do not fight with them at the Sacred Mosque until they fight with you in it, but if they do fight you, slay them; such is the recompense of the unbelievers."(Sura 2. Verse 191) Quran
"Drive them out. Drive out the terrorists. Drive out the extremists. Drive them out of your places of worship. Drive them out of your communities. Drive them out of your holy land and drive them out of this earth."-President Trump 5/21/17 Saudi Summit
Last week the 4th circuit court of appeals upheld the block on the second travel ban ordered by President Trump. A little over a week ago, the president gave an all historic speech to leaders from 55 Muslim majority nations. Disturbingly, the Presidents speech was very much like a page out of the Koran. Those who follow the Koran are told to drive the non-believers out. Followers are also told to slaughter all non-believers as well. That being said one can't help, but be somewhat concerned at the rhetoric used in the Presidents speech. Perhaps the speech writer was attempting to imitate the Koran. The Koran should never be imitated by a Christian or non-believer. The Koran which tells its followers to kill all non-believers should never be flattered in any way. Using verbiage from the Koran gives far too much credibility to a publication that spews hatred for infidels and disrespect for women. The Koran has no place in the lives of non-Muslim Americans. The Koran should have no place in the speeches of our president.
Some may defend the President on his verbiage used to the Muslims in attendance of the Saudi Summit. They may say perhaps it is wise to use the same verbiage with Muslims from the Koran as it will be familiar and it will speak to them. Others like myself are deeply concerned. It is bothersome that an American President would use such verbiage as it is not the President's own words. Not only are the words not those of our American President, but they are the words of a religion that hates all infidels. They are the words from a publication that instructs its followers to slaughter us. While I don't blame the President for his Koranesque speech, as it was a speech writer that chose rhetoric from the Koran, I do blame the president for not questioning the speech he was given to deliver. President Trump ran on being American. He ran on being pro-American. He ran on being a Christian. He ran on being openly Christian. He ran on not allowing thousands of Islamic refugees continuing to come into our country. Forgive me if hearing verbiage from the Koran out of an American presidents mouth is a bit bothersome. With a globalist daughter and son-in-law, one can't help, but wonder, is the president's tune changing ? That being said, I'll let you be the judge on an American President and the Koran.
(c)Sean Bianca GOP GIRL 2017