More dissembling, dawah and taqiyya from Hamas in America -- CAIR. Hamas-CAIR is panicking that people are waking up and questioning the jihadic doctrine, inspired by our wildly successful ad campaign.
There are two forms of lying to non-believers that are permitted under certain circumstances, taqiyya and kitman. These circumstances are typically those that advance the cause Islam - in some cases by gaining the trust of non-believers in order to draw out their vulnerability and defeat them.
The Hamas-CAIR is using some of the millions they receive from Islamic supremacist countries and buying a taqiyya-based (deceiving to advance islam) ad to proselytize and sanction the jihad that has led to the deaths of millions.
Islamic scholar Ibn Warraq, on abrogation page 115,Why I am Not a Muslim:
"Now we see how useful and convenient the doctrine of abrogation is in bailing scholars out of difficulties. Of course, it does pose a problem for apologists of Islam, since all the passages preaching tolerance are found in the Meccan, i.e., early suras, and all the passages recommending killing, decapitating, and maiming are Median, i.e., later: "tolerance" has been abrogated by "intolerance." For example, the famous verse at Sura 9.5, "Slay the idolaters wherever you find them," is said to have canceled 124 verses that dictate tolerance and patience." and... Ibn Warraq, page 11,Why I am Not a Muslim: The term "Islamic fundenentalist" is in itself inappropriate, for there is a vast difference between Christianity and Islam. Most Christians have moved away from the literal interpertation of the Bible; for most of them, "it ain't necessaraly so." Thus we can legitmately distinguish between fundamentalist and nonfundamentalist Christians. But Muslims have not moved away from the literal interpretaion of the Koran; all Muslims-not just a group we have called "fundamentalist"-believe that the Koran is literally the word of God."
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Muslim Brotherhood-tied CAIR: Muslim Advocacy Launches Its Own Metro Ad Campaign
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today unveiled an advertising campaign designed to counter anti-Muslim "savage" advertisements sponsored by a designated hate group that are now on display in Washington, D.C., metro stations.
CAIR's counter ads feature a verse from the Quran stating: "Show forgiveness, speak for justice and avoid the ignorant." (The Holy Quran, 7:199) The CAIR 16-foot banner ads, which are scheduled to go up next week and stay up for a month in stations featuring the hate ads (Glenmont, Georgia Avenue/Petworth and U Street), also direct metro riders to the organization's "Explore the Quran" initiative.
SEE: CAIR D.C. Metro Ad http://www.cair.com/portals/0/MetroAd.jpg SEE ALSO: Explore the Quran http://www.explorethequran.com
"We hope to expand this anti-hate campaign in the nation's capital and throughout the nation," said CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad. "We need the community's help to challenge the growing propaganda campaign of anti-Muslim hate in our society with positive messages of what Islam is and who we really are."
He added that other groups are placing ads designed to counter Pamela Geller's hate campaign and welcomed their clear rejection of hate.
ABROGATED 7:199 explained in the Tanwîr al-Miqbâs min Tafsîr Ibn ‘Abbâs:
(Keep to forgiveness (O Muhammad)) take the surplus of your family and dependents. But this was abrogated.
So it's null and void. It is also said that this means: forgive the one who transgresses against you, and give to him who withholds from you and keep ties with him who severs his ties with you, (and enjoin kindness) and benevolence, (and turn away from the ignorant) Abu Jahl and his folk who mock you.
From Middle East Quarterly: Abrogation in the Qur'an
The concept of "abrogation" in the Quran is that Allah chose to reveal ayat (singular ayah – means a sign or miracle, commonly a verse in the Quran) that supercede earlier ayat in the same Quran. The central ayah that deals with abrogation is Surah 2:106:
None of Our revelations do We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, but We substitute something better or similar: Knowest thou not that Allah Hath power over all things?
The Qur'an is unique among sacred scriptures in accepting a doctrine of abrogation in which later pronouncements of the Prophet declare null and void his earlier pronouncements. Four verses in the Qu'ran acknowledge or justify abrogation:
- When we cancel a message, or throw it into oblivion, we replace it with one better or one similar. Do you not know that God has power over all things?
- When we replace a message with another, and God knows best what he reveals, they say: You have made it up. Yet, most of them do not know.
- God abrogates or confirms whatsoever he will, for he has with him the Book of the Books.
- If we pleased, we could take away what we have revealed to you. Then you will not find anyone to plead for it with us.
Rather than explain away inconsistencies in passages regulating the Muslim community, many jurists acknowledge the differences but accept that latter verses trump earlier verses. Most scholars divide the Qur'an into verses revealed by Muhammad in Mecca when his community of followers was weak and more inclined to compromise, and those revealed in Medina, where Muhammad's strength grew.