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I was not born in the United States. Where I come from freedom of speech has been dead for decades. I truly cannot explain how sad it makes me to see freedom of speech dying here. I worry for our nation’s future. We are making all the same fatal errors Lebanon made long ago.
Here we are at the beginning of our series to investigate what we mean by “Political Islam”. In this episode, Bill Warner and Al Fadi find that the majority of the Quran (51%) is focused on the non-Muslim/outsider. This raises the question “why does the Quran, a religious text for Muslim’s to follow, focus more on the outsider than the Muslim?” Moving forward we find that the early Quran (also known as the Meccan Quran) is more religious and poetic in its presentation whereas the later Quran (also known as the Medinan Quran) is more narrative based with less coherency. Find out more in this episode Follow CIRA International:
https://palwatch.org/page/18255 Female suicide bomber felt “like a bride on her wedding day, preparing to go to her groom” Terrorist Shifa Al-Qudsi, Tulkarem, 2020: “[They arrested me at 2:]30 at night. My operation (i.e., suicide bombing) was supposed to be at 5:00 in the morning. At 5:00 in the morning I was supposed to go to them, put on the [explosive] belt, and go to Israel.” Interviewer: “And you weren’t afraid?” Shifa Al-Qudsi, Tulkarem, 2020: “Not at all. Not even a bit.” Shifa Al-Qudsi, Kishon Prison, 2002: “It isn’t suicide.” Interviewer: “It’s suicide.” Shifa Al-Qudsi, Kishon Prison, 2002: “No, it’s Martyrdom. A Martyrdom-seeking operation.” Interviewer: “What goes through your heart, what goes through your head?” Shifa Al-Qudsi, Tulkarem, 2020: “Nothing. Nothing. You just think… like a bride on her wedding day, who is preparing to go to her groom. That’s the only thing that went through my head. I’m preparing to go to my groom, can you imagine?” [Israeli TV 11, Sept. 14, 2020] Shifa Al-Qudsi – Palestinian terrorist and would-be suicide bomber who was arrested on April 11, 2002, hours before she was to commit her suicide bombing attack in a supermarket in Netanya with 33 pounds of explosives hidden under a maternity dress. Al-Qudsi was released after serving 6 years in prison, and following her release she became an activist for the Israeli-Palestinian NGO Combatants for Peace, which is involved in anti-Israel activity. Disclaimer: Views expressed in this video do not represent those of Palestinian Media Watch in any way. PMW monitors and analyzes the Palestinian Authority through its media and schoolbooks. For more info visit: http://palwatch.org.