Fischer: It’s Impossible to Blaspheme the Muslim God

I really should start sending Bryan Fischer a Ramadan card every year. Who, other than perhaps Joseph Farah, provides me with more blogging material by continually saying incredibly stupid shit every day? I owe them a debt I can never repay. Here’s Fischer’s latest little nugget of dumb:

“It is impossible to blaspheme Muhammad,” he said. “You cannot do it. Why? Because you can only blaspheme the True and Living God and Muhammad does not represent the True and Living God … Blasphemy is something that you can only commit against the True and Living God and we know, from the biblical standpoint, that Allah is represents a demon god.”

Yeah, a lot of reality is contrary to the “Biblical standpoint.”


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  • chuck c

    I love how these folk deny any relationship between Christianity and Islam, but prattle on about ‘Judeo-Christian’ this and that.

  • Al Dente

    Bryan, I invite you to go to Iran or Saudi Arabia and say that. You’ll discover large numbers of people will disagree with you.

  • macallan

    Reality is irrelevant, you will be assimilated.

  • TxSkeptic

    Wait a minute there Brian – which god is the demon god? Even the newest of the new testament was written hundreds of years before the origins of Islam. The word Allah is also just simply the Arabic word for God. So, if the scriptures characterized God as a demon god, I suppose it had to be talking about the Judeo-Christian god. I might be inclined to agree with him then.

  • John Pieret

    He keeps saying “from a Biblical standpoint” you can’t blaspheme Allah. But, then, from a Qur’an standpoint, you can’t blaspheme Christ, who was, at most, a minor prophet, far below Mohammad.

    I know, let’s have a steel-cage match to decide who gets to decide what “blasphemy” is! I’m sure Fischer would be willing to go up against the average ISIS fighter in such a contest!

  • timgueguen

    Fischer would have a good chance of winning. Since his head seems primarily made of bone he could easily beat his opponent to death with it, while suffering no risk of brain damage.

  • raven

    Blasphemy of any gods is a…victimless crime.

  • matty1

    @5 I’m not sure but my understanding is that Jesus is considered the second most important prophet in Islam and that it is possible to blaspheme any prophet

  • laurentweppe

    I love how these folk deny any relationship between Christianity and Islam, but prattle on about ‘Judeo-Christian’ this and that.

    Well, what else to expect from people who believe that using “Judeo-Christian” as a code word for White People epitomizes subtlety and cunning and won’t be immediately seen through by everyone paying attention for half a second.

  • John Pieret


    Yeah, I was exaggerating for effect … but even then, I’m not sure you can “blaspheme” against any prophet, even Mohamed in Islam. They usually claim “disrespect.” The only reason Xians can claim “blasphemy” against Christ is that they have elevated him to god status, which even Mohamed does not have in Islam.

  • Synfandel

    Mostly off topic:

    Fox News apologizes for totally made-up bullshit about Muslim-controlled ‘no-go’ zones in European cities.