Sunday, January 27, 2008

Manners are not his strong suit

Every once in a while, in order to show how open-minded and tolerant they are, some state legislature will have their traditional opening prayer delivered by a non-Protestant or a non-Christian. This can lead to some interesting happenings when a Muslim is asked to give a prayer.

In Iowa the other day, the state legislature invited one Imam Muhammad Khan of the Islamic Center of Des Moines. The money quote from the good Imam's prayer was when he asked for victory over "those who disbelieve". The last time I checked, that would be anyone who is not Muslim.

Don't you love tolerance and multiculturalism?

Good Day to You, Sir

4 comments:

Darren said...

I disbelieve a lot of things :-)

Ellen K said...

I love how some people are arrogant enough to believe that just because they are tolerant, everyone else will be as well. It kind of makes one wonder about any treaties or agreements in the Middle East doesn't it?

Texas Truth said...

Chanman: They preach tolerance, but wish harm to disbelivers. What a load of crap. I will NEVER trust the followers of that so-called religion

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