Robert Spencer has a groundbreaking book coming out next month, Did Muhammad Exist? It is a bombshell. I read it and I can tell you that it shatters every conventional and accepted myth on the history of Muhammad and Islam. Is it any wonder that Islamic supremacists want to squash it?
Did Muhammad Exist? reveals:
- How the earliest biographical material about Muhammad dates from at least 125 years after his reported death
- How six decades passed before the Arabian conquerors—or the people they conquered—even mentioned Muhammad, the Qur’an, or Islam
- The startling evidence that the Qur’an was constructed from existing materials—including pre-Islamic Christian texts
- How even Muslim scholars acknowledge that countless reports of Muhammad’s deeds were fabricated
- Why a famous mosque inscription may refer not to Muhammad but, astonishingly, to Jesus
- How the oldest records referring to a man named Muhammad bear little resemblance to the now-standard Islamic account of the life of the prophet
- The many indications that Arabian leaders fashioned Islam for political reasons
Far from an anti-Islamic polemic, Did Muhammad Exist? is a sober but unflinching look at the origins of one of the world’s major religions. While Judaism and Christianity have been subjected to searching historical criticism for more than two centuries, Islam has never received the same treatment on any significant scale.
Spencer was scheduled to speak at a lunch hosted by MEF at the offices of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel (Kramer Levin) in New York City. Hamas-front CAIR heard about it and sicced their dogs on Kramer Levin, demanding the enforcement of the blasphemy laws under the sharia. Below is what CAIR sent out.
It worked. Kramer Levin canceled the Spencer event. The prohibition of the truth by Islamic supremacists cannot go unanswered. Please call 212.715.9100 or fax: 212.715.8000 and send well-articulated comments to Kramer Levin's Director of Diversity, Lauren Tapper. E-Mail: email@example.com COPY TO: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
This craven capitulation to subversive elements must end. Imagine this, an American law firm, no less.
CAIR: NY Law Firm to Host Leader of Anti-Islam Hate Group
Civil rights organization asks firm to balance event by inviting Muslim speaker
(NEW YORK, NY, 3/29/2012) -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today expressed concern that a prominent New York law firm is scheduled to host Robert Spencer, the leader of one of the nation's most extreme anti-Islam hate groups.
On April 18, Spencer will give a talk titled "Did Muhammad Exist?" at the law offices of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel (Kramer Levin) in New York City. The event will promote Spencer's claim that Islam's Prophet Muhammad may never have existed.
[ACTION REQUESTED: Send POLITE comments to Kramer Levin's Director of Diversity Lauren Tapper. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org COPY TO: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org ]
"If Kramer Levin is determined to host the leader of an anti-Islam hate group, the least they could do is invite a credible representative of the New York Muslim community to balance Robert Spencer's extremist views," said Zead Ramadan, board president of CAIR's New York chapter.
Ramadan said the firm's hosting of an anti-Islam extremist is in apparent opposition to its policy on diversity, which cites the "imperative that we maintain an environment where people from diverse backgrounds can flourish, both as lawyers and as individuals."
Where is this imperative under Islamic law? There is no diversity, freedom of conscience, freedom of speech, and individual rights under Islam. How dare they preach to us, a uniquely free and open society.