Frederick William Dame
(Exercising freedom of speech … as long as it still exists.)
"does Allah of Islam, allow Muslims
in the Quran, to eat human flesh?"
The answer is very clearly, "Yes".
Left: "Palestinian crowd waves entrails of butchered Israeli victims in Ramallah." Source: http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/011143.html.
Right: "Muslim Cannibalism"
JT: The report is delicious. Therefore I'm making a choice cut: the complete meal:
Around the same time President Barack Obama started sending 20 F-16 fighter jets to Egypt’s militant Islamic President Mohammed Morsi as part of a $1 billion foreign aid gift package, a report surfaced that the same university where the commander-in-chief spoke -- to support the Muslim Brotherhood -- is teaching that cannibalism practiced on infidels and other non-Muslims is condoned.
Many might still remember that Egypt’s Al-Azhar University in Cairo was the location of the president’s iconic 2009 speech, “which empowered the Muslim Brotherhood,” as noted in a report from Shoebat.com by Walid and Theodore Shoebat, ex-Muslim Brotherhood members-turned-Christian peace activists.
Al-Azhar University is considered the most reputable of all Islamic learning institutions in the world, as well as the main center of Arabic literature.
Chopped on any food channel
Even more disturbing than the inhuman instruction on the college campus, an Egyptian scholar divulged during a recent video interview that this teaching of Al-Azhar University condoning the cannibalization of non-Muslims has made its way into high school curricula.
“We allowed the eating of the flesh of dead humans … under necessary conditions,” the scholar shared. “It [dead human flesh] must not be cooked or grilled to avoid Haram (wrongdoing) … and he can kill a murtadd (apostate) and eat him.”
And the source of this Islamic teaching appears to many in the Western world as more of a sadistic cookbook than a textbook.
“The book that is being taught to general high-school students mentions that those who don’t pray can be grilled & then eaten,” the interviewer added.
But does this morbid practice actually come from an authoritative Islamic source? It’s found in the religion’s accepted law.
“One may eat the flesh of a human body,” states Al-Shafie, heralded as the founder of Islamic jurisprudence, in the first volume of his work Al-Kortoby. “It is not allowed to kill a Muslim nor a free non-Muslim under Muslim rule (because he is useful for the society), nor a prisoner because he belongs to other Muslims. But you may kill an enemy fighter or an adulterer and eat his body.”
The Shoebat brothers describe Muhammad and his “minions” as crazed lunatics devouring blood in a “voodoo-like act” in their book For God or For Tyranny.