Thursday, April 20, 2006

Muslim students 'being taught to despise unbelievers as filth'

Medieval Islamic texts are being taught to students in which unbelievers are likened to pigs and dogs. The texts are taught at the Hawza Ilmiyya of London, a religious school with strong links to Iran, which has a sister institution, the Islamic College for Advanced Studies (ICAS), which offers a degree validated by Middlesex University.


religion of pieces said...

It isn't just medieval texts that describe unbelievers as filth. This is orthodox Muslim doctrine taught to children from infancy.

According to the Koran, all Kafirs (non-believers) are 'najis' - literally filth!

Take a look at


"108. The entire body of a Kafir, including his hair and nails, and all liquid substances of his body, are najis."

Muslims regard Kafirs as filth. Kafirs are vermin infesting Allah's earth. Muslims don't actually tell us that to our faces, but they certainly preach it in their mosques and madrassahs, and publish it on their websites.

The doctrine of 'najis Kafirs' confirms (if confirmation were needed) that Muslim hatred of unbelievers is intrinsic to their 'religion'. A Kafir doesn't need to DO anything to offend a Muslim, his very existence is enough of an affront.

Anonymous said...

What you have failed to disclose as to who are Kafirs or unblievers. According to the religion of Islam the believers of the 4 Books of GOD - namely Bible(Prophet Jesus), Torah(Prophet Moses), Psalm(Prophet David) and Koran(Prophet Mohammed) are NOT Kafirs and are exempt from this ruling. So please do not confuse the public by making such sweeping statements.