Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Education In Saudi Arabia

From a text used to teach ninth-graders in Saudi Arabia called "Commentary on Monotheism" by Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abd Al-Wahhab, printed in 2005-6, Chapter 12, page 100:

"If a photographer takes a picture of a being with a soul created by Allah, he is committing a grave sin, and deserves a severe punishment. This is one of the acts that detract from the monotheism of the believer, because it is an imitation of God's creation, and a form of polytheism. Whoever takes such a photograph will be most severely tormented on Judgment Day. He will be tormented by his own creations. For every picture he has taken, a spirit will be sent to torment him in hell."

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a bunch of ancient psych-babble they believe. They need to get themselves out of the stone age.

Wed Dec 13, 09:55:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous mullah cimoc said...

----- Message Forwarded on Wed, 28 Jun 2006 10:34:39 -0500 -----
From: mindcontrolcentral01@yahoo.com
To: TORTUREFAG22@DOJ.GOV
Subject: PROPER WORD USAGE WHEN DESCRIBING ISRAELI WAR CRIMES
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2006 10:30:24 -0500



From: MIND CONTROL CENTRAL

Date: 6/28/2006 8:50:02 AM

To: CIA MIND CONTROL AGENTS AKA CORPORATE MEDIA/ NYT
REPORTERS

Subject: PROPER WORD USAGE WHEN DESCRIBING ISRAELI WAR
CRIMES

DIRECTIVE 39-67 DATELINE/TEL AVIV

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

SECURITY LEVEL: RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION/COMSPAN

GSIR(Goyim Stupification Index)rating: .67

RE: SLIPPAGE IN PROPER WORD USAGE WHEN DESCRIBING ISRAELI
WAR CRIMES

BACKGROUND: CIA/MOSSAD MEDIA HAVE A LONG HISOTRY OF
ABUSING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO SHOW SUBSERVIENCE TO ISRAELI
SUPER STATE AND TO KEEP GOYIM STUPIFIED WITH REGARD TO
ISRAELI WAR CRIMES.

H.Q.! HAS RECENTLY DETECTED WORD USAGE WHICH IS FORBIDDEN
WHEN DESCRIBING THE ACITIVIES OF THE MASTERS IN TEL AVIV.

FOR EXAMPLE, SEVEN DEAD PALESTINIAN CHILDREN KILLED BY
ISRAELI ARTILLERY SHELL WERE DESCIRBED IN NINE USA
NEWSPAPERS AND TWO USA TV NETWORKDS WITH THE FOLLOWING
WORDS: “INNOCENT”, “VICTIMS”, “MURDERED”.

THIS TERMNOLOGY IS TOTALLY INAPPROPRIATE AS ALL MUSLIMS AND
GOYIM ARE ANIMALS UNDER TALMUDIC LAW, HENCE NOT PROTECTED BY
HUMAN LAWS. AN ANIMAL CANNOT BE MURDERED, CANNOT BE
INNOCENT AND CANNOT BE A VICTIM.

RECALL THE ORIGINAL FOX NEWS BRAIN CHIP IMPLANT INJECTED
INTO MEDIA AGENTS AND THE CONSEQUENT RESULTS:

ISRAELIS RETATLIATE, PALESTIANS ATTACK. CONTROLLED MEDIA
MUST NEVER ALLOW A SINGLE REFERENCE IMPLYING THAT ISRAELI IS
THE AGGRESSOR.

ISRAELI MILITARY DEAD ARE MURDER VICTIMS, PALESTINIAN DEAD
ARE TERRORISTS (REMEMBER: NO PROOF IS REQUIRED, JUST A
CLAIM).

ISRAELI ATTACKS ARE INCURSIONS, PALESTINIAN RESIST! ANCE TO
MASS MURDER IS CRIMINA L CONDUCT.

ISRAELI SOLDIERS ARE KIDNAPPED, PALESINIAN WOMEN AND
CHILDREN ARE CAPTURED.

ISRAELI MURDER OF AMERIKI IS IGNORED, ANY ACT BY
PALESNTINIANS WHICH CAN BE CONSTURED AS ANTI-AMERIKI IS TO
BE GIVEN 24 HOUR FULL COVERAGE.

SUMMARY: ANY MEDIA PERSONNEL DEVIATING FROM THE PERVERSION
OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE REGARDING COVERAGE OF ISRAELI WAR
CIMES WILL RECEIVE A GITMO ENEMA FROM NOTED HARVARD FAKE
HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST ALAN DESHWITIZ AND A MENSTRUAL BLOOD
TORTURE TAMPON WIPE DOWN FROM CONDALEEZA RICE AND MEDIA HOG
ANN COUTLER.

THIS WILL BE CONSECUTIVE TO BEING LOCKED IN A ROOM WITH
CONNIE CHUNG FOR 48 CONSECUTIVE HOURS. NOTE: A.G. ALBERTO
GONZALES HAS DETERMNED THAT EXPOSURE TO CHUNG IS NOT TORTURE
UNDER CURRENT ISRAELI LAW.



END

Wed Dec 13, 10:09:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Tantor said...

Mullah Cimoc,

Maybe this makes sense to you but it's just nonsense to the sane people.

Thu Dec 14, 05:12:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I would like to clearify something regarding the word "Photography" in this text you mentioned. The translation of the word is not correct I know the original text in Arabic, and it does not mean Photography in the way you understood it, it does not mean film nor motion photography - and thats probably not your fault but the translator's- rather it means the act of making statues of living souls such as humans, birds, or anything that is alive.
The word "Tasweer" in Formal Arabic used to mean this that I just mentioned above, and then in the age of photography the same word was used to describe film photography, hence the confusion.

As you might imagine photography was not known 1400 years ago so even if you didn't beleive that there is an error in translation you would be able to know that that can't be true.

Statues of living things was not recommended by Islam, that was very noticable in the Islamic Art & Archeitcural style throughout Islamic history, the art Muslims produce was mainly about arches, fancy handwrittings, and the like.

Regards.

Mon Dec 18, 07:25:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Methinks said...

Dearest Entropy,

It is not important that non-muslims understand the correct translation. What is important is that MUSLIMS understand the translation properly. Unless Al-Wahhab's text is entirely mistranslated, I think Al-Wahhab ment taking photographs. After all, if he ment building statues, the garbled translation would have been "if a person carves a picture of a being with a sould created by Allah..." and not "If a PHOTOGRAPHER TAKES a PICTURES..," .

Wed Dec 20, 12:08:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Cerebralwaste said...

ebtropy

Yes the translation is "off" but the simple fact remains is the text is being actively interpreted as "photos". I have experienced it myself in Saudi having had my film taken from me in Jeddah by the "police" as a result.

Wed Dec 20, 01:01:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Tantor said...

Cerebralwaste,

I'd be very interested in your experiences in Saudi Arabia if you'd care to share them.

Wed Dec 20, 01:20:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Cerebralwaste said...

My experience I have to say is nothing short of positive. The Saudis are for the most part a warm friendly people who are stuck in a country that is in an ongoing clash of old vs new. Your average Saudi wants the same thing an average any person in the "west" wants. They want to live, be free, have a family. etc. Granted you do have a certain "ilk" who have perverted Islam into something it is not and they are very vocal and violent. But the vast majority of Saudis do not subscribe to that train of thought.

This doesn't mean they are all holding hands and praising and loving the US. They have issues with US Policy but that doesn't mean they hate Americans as a general rule.

The only "bad" experience was the incident in Jeddah I described above. After my film was taken I promptly reloaded and went on my merry way. There where no there problems.

You should go to Saudi for a visit if you get the chance. Nothing is better than seeing things first hand. Then you can pop over to Bahrain and I will buy you a beer or two!

Wed Dec 20, 05:05:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Methinks said...

Cerebralwaste,

Can you even go to Saudi Arabia? My understanding is that they don't hand out tourist visas to non-Muslims.

Thu Dec 21, 02:47:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Cerebralwaste said...

I have no problem in getting a visa. You need a "sponsor" and I have one.

You are somewhat correct that as a general rule you just can't go to your local travel agency and book a trip. I have heard that the powers to be in Saudi are opening up a bit for "tourists" but I don't have any details.

Fri Dec 22, 11:07:00 AM 2006  

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