Saleem: Liberals and Islamists Working Together

Fake “ex-terrorist” Kamal Saleem went on Rick Joyner’s show and delivered one of his typical screeds about the “unholy alliance” between reactionary Muslim terrorists and the gays and women that they would love to slaughter and oppress if they had the power. Because that makes perfect sense, right?


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  • holytape

    It’s true. As a liberal atheist, I acknowledge that Allah is the one true God, and Muhammad was the last prophet sent to earth. I believe that free speech is important, but if you say anything that goes against Allah, you should be beheaded. I believe that gays should enjoy the same rights as everyone else when it comes to having the right to be stoned for being a sexual aberration. I believe as a feminist, that women should enjoy the right of not being seen in public and having the right of having their husband decide everything for them.

  • vmanis1

    Why did he leave out environmentalists, typographers, and model train enthusiasts?

  • bradleybetts

    Yeah, fundamentalist Muslims love gays and women.

  • alanb

    Here is another example of this type of reasoning.

  • cheesynougats

    I wasn’t aware that the Muslim Brotherood funded the Occupy movement…

  • some bastard on the net

    Did he really say the Occupy Movement was against him?

    The mind boggles…

  • Sastra

    This guy seems to think that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” is a really, really strong motivation, one which will overcome virtually any difference or disagreement. “Unholy alliance” is defined as “an alliance which would not make any sense UNLESS there is a huge, horrible, terrible common threat.”

    What is this threat? Saleem in particular, and Christianity in general, I guess. They’re so threatening because they have the power of good. So all the evil people — no matter how much they hate each other — join up together. Only one threat matters. The Big One.

    It’s narcissistic.

  • bksea

    This makes about as much sense as an alliance between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein

  • timgueguen

    They’re reusing rhetoric from the Cold War, when the fringe right, and often the not so fringe right, would blame just about anything they didn’t like on Communists and the KGB. Rock and roll, the civil rightrs movement, feminism, promotion of nuclear disarmament? It was all Moscow funnelling money to the appropriate groups. Blaming Commies sounds silly even amongst much of today;s hard right, so now it’s the Muslim Brotherhood instead of the KGB behind it all.

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