Dublin Imam takes on his own religion

by Infidelesto on January 15, 2007 · 4 comments

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Could this be the beginning of the ever so few Muslims who risk their lives standing up against Radical Islam?

 Imam Shaheed Satardien is taking a stand against those Muslims in Ireland whom he claims are too sympathetic to Osama bin Laden and the cult of the suicide bomber. At Friday prayers in the sports hall in north-west Dublin, the South African-born former anti-apartheid activist warns his multinational congregation against blaming other religions and the West in general for all Muslims’ ills.  Cast out by the majority Islamic community in Dublin for his outspokenness, the 50-year-old preacher says he has received death threats. ‘I am standing firm in my beliefs,’ Satardien says. ‘The truth is more important than being popular or living a quiet life. Extremism has infected Islam in Ireland. It’s time to get back to the spiritual aspect of my religion and stop it being used as a political weapon.’

Full article from The Observer

 What’s funny is that I think there is no way this guy will be successful in reforming those within his own religion.  He will probably end up leaving Islam all together once he realizes the true nature of Islam and Sharia Law.

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  • http://islamwatchers.blogspot.com Kali Politeis

    My first reaction is “What the HELL is Islam doing in Ireland?”

    Get that crap out of there! How gross.

    • Ram

      That's what people in Boston and New York said about the Irish in the 19th century. (No dogs or Irishmen).
      People thought the Irish were subhuman and would destroy the fabric of American society with their drunken violence and Catholic religion.
      Remember when John F. Kennedy ran for president many Americans feared he would secretly be controlled by the Pope. Isn't that a ridiculous idea now that we look back on it?

  • Rudy

    God watch over this brave individual.

  • Ram

    That's what people in Boston and New York said about the Irish in the 19th century. (No dogs or Irishmen).
    People thought the Irish were subhuman and would destroy the fabric of American society with their drunken violence and Catholic religion.
    Remember when John F. Kennedy ran for president many Americans feared he would secretly be controlled by the Pope. Isn't that a ridiculous idea now that we look back on it?