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Saturday, 13 February 2010

Islamic Fatwa on Airport Body Scanners Cuts to Heart of Compatibility Debate

Yet another US and THEM scandal has emerged, following this months unveiling of full body scanners at UK main airports. As reported by The British National Party main website Islamic travellers are interpreting a Koranic Law to avoid having to pass through the scanners. As always, the foolhardy politically correct Lib/Lab/Con merchants are more than willing to listen and obey...

An Islamic fatwa forbidding Muslims to pass through airport full body scanners cuts to the very heart of the issue of Islam’s fundamental incompatibility with modern secular western society.
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The ruling that Muslims cannot subject themselves to the full body scans, which were ironically installed after a Muslim would-be airplane bomber hid explosives in his underpants, was issued by the Fiqh Council of North America.

The ruling was based on Koranic law which states that “It is a violation of clear Islamic teachings that men or women be seen naked by other men and women,” said the Muslim organisation.

There are already forty such scanners in nineteen airports in America and it is estimated that there will be 450 installed within the next few months.

The scanners are also being installed in Britain, where authorities have said that any passengers refusing to pass through them will not be allowed to board an aircraft.

This scanner issue is however only one symptom of the obvious and growing rift between the increasing waves of Muslim immigrants in the West and the resultant population growth caused by their dramatically higher reproduction levels.

In all aspects of society, the growing Islamic influence has shown itself to be completely opposed to the fundamental underpinnings of modern Western society.

With regards to the very principle of democracy, for example, Islam prohibits many areas on which fundamental democratic concepts are based.

In Islam only God reserves the right to make laws while in democracy people make laws. This prohibition is very widespread in the Islamic world and is based on very clear utterances in the Koran, namely:

“Do they then seek the legislation of (the Days of) Ignorance? And who is better in legislating than God for a people who have Faith.” [5:50]

“And whoever rules not by what God has revealed, those are the wrongdoers.” [5:45]

“The rule is only for God.” [12:40]

“And He (God) allows none to share in his rule.” [18:26]

This is seen in practice as well. A report in the Middle East Quarterly magazine of Fall 2007, titled “Are Muslim Countries Less Democratic?” concluded that “Islamic doctrine also places little emphasis on individual rights, especially by those Muslim sects such as the Shi‘a whose leaders have stressed a theocratic approach toward government. Although the leaders of some Muslim nations have severed the bonds between mosque and state, many of these same rulers still maintained the politically repressive traditions of their countries to enhance their own power.

“Moreover, this democracy deficit is likely to remain for many years in the future. These conclusions imply, in turn, that exporting democracy to the Middle East or other Muslim countries may not be impossible but will certainly have a very distant horizon.”

It is no coincidence that there is not one fully democratic (in the western sense) Islamic nation on earth.

It is not only in democracy where the fundamental incompatibility of Islam and western democracies comes to the fore. The well-known topics of women’s rights, homosexuality, alcohol and freedom of religion have all been revealed as points of divergence.

Pope Benedict’s September 12, 2006 speech at the University of Regensburg aptly summed up the situation: “Islam has a total organization of life that is completely different from ours; it embraces simply everything,” he said.

“There is a very marked subordination of woman to man; there is a very tightly knit criminal law, indeed, a law regulating all areas of life, that is opposed to our modern ideas about society. One has to have a clear understanding that it is not simply a denomination that can be included in the free realm of a pluralistic society.”


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