This one doesn’t bode well for the liberal narrative.
After any act of Islamic terror, the media (particularly the liberal media) will interview a handful of moderate Muslims to denounce the violence, or attempt to disassociate it with Islam.
FOX’s Greta Van Susteren had an Imam on her show who denounced the Orlando attacks – but it’s what else he said that’s disgusting.
Via Young Cons
Controversial Imam Abu Taubah, whose real name is Marcus Robertson, believes “some journalists need to be beheaded,” a bold statement he insisted was said “facetiously.”
Speaking Tuesday with Fox News host Greta Van Susteren about the deadly Orlando terrorist attack, which he condemned, Taubah suggested the fact that radical Islamists behead American reporters, like James Foley, is not the U.S.’s business.
“I believe some journalists need to be beheaded,” he said, “but I wouldn’t have done that.”
During the same interview, the imam refused to condemn stoning of women who engage in adultery.
“I do not condemn that,” he told the Fox host confidently. “Do you condemn someone getting the electric chair for whatever crime they get the electric chair for?”
“So you think adultery for a woman is a death penalty offense?” Van Susteren pressed.
Taubah said the rule does not just apply to women and asked the Fox reporter why she was singling out women: “Why you wanna specify a woman?”
“Because I see the women stoned to death and I don’t see the men,” Van Susteren shot back. “Are they stoning the men to death? Are they?”
Can’t say I see the logic here.
Shooting people? Bad. Beheading them? A-OK.
The religion of peace is a bizarre thing.