Thursday, October 15, 2009

Apostate Wafa Sultan: "A God Who Hates"

Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs: While sitting in the juvenile court house in Orlando waiting for Rifqa Bary's 2:30 hearing, I am ordering Wafa Sultan's newly released book, A God Who Hates: The Courageous Woman Who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evils of Islam,

How ironic.

It is not lost on me that Wafa Sultan's book was released today. How providential that on the day Rifqa Bary's fate is to be decided, Wafa Sultan's book should be Wafa god who hates released. *sigh*

The bravest person living in the United States, Wafa Sultan, Syrian-born certified psychiatrist, human rights activist, speaker, and author, is an apostate, expert on Islam and the only American citizen forced to live in hiding in the US because of the death threats against her by devout Muslims. She speaks out for Rifqa Bary. Sultan was born to a Sunni Muslim family in Baniyas, Syria. Sultan trained as a psychiatrist in Syria and is a US naturalized citizen.

Here Wafa speaks of the Rifqa Bary case:

    Unfortunately Rifqa Bary’s case highlights the danger of creeping Jihad in the Western world. This is not only because of the imminent danger the teenage girl may face right here in the US, had the court decided to have her return to her parents’ home, but also because of the mainstream media’s weak response to the severity of this case. Regrettably, the lack of interest by the media in covering her case comes at the expense of the public’s responsibility to learn the truth about Islam’s detrimental Sharia (Islamic Law) tenets.

    I was born and raised as a Muslim in Syria. I practiced Islam for thirty years of my life. Now I am a known human rights activist striving to save our future Muslim generations from the impact of the violent, hateful Islamic doctrines embedded in the Sharia. My life is also threatened, not only by my own extended family, but by countless men who consider themselves devout Muslims. Under Sharia, if a Muslim leaves Islam or converts to another religion he / she is an “apostate,” to be killed. Under Sharia every Muslim has the right to kill such an apostate without any questions asked.

    After hearing the story of Rifqa Bary I urge well meaning American citizens to take action and keep this innocent girl out of her family’s reach. There are all kinds of reasons to believe that she will be harmed both emotionally and physically, or worse—be killed—once her family has charge of her. Our Western court system must be educated on Islamic apostasy laws to understand Rifqa Bary’s predicament, and the plight of all those like her who choose to leave Islam.

    I therefore implore our court authorities who are involved in this case: take notice and listen to individuals like myself. Keeping Rifqa protected and away from her family is the proper way to go both legally and morally.

    Dr. Wafa Sultan


Pictured Pamela Geller and Wafa Sultan

The video exchange which made Wafa Sultan famous - debating an Egyptian cleric of Al Jazeera Arabic

Wafa Sultan Debating Islamic Cleric

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