Thursday, July 7, 2016

Sofian Zakkout and the Hadith of Hate

Hat tip Frontpage Magazine

Sofian Zakkout is a prominent Muslim leader in South Florda whose name has darkened this site before. He is an anti-Semite par excellance. In response to another one of his Jew-hating screeds on social media, one of his readers posted the above cartoon, which Zakkout "liked".

By the way, the above quote is not the invention of some "radicalized" Muslim. It is from the hadith, the quoted sayings of the Prophet Mohammad. In other words, it comes from the mouth of the Prophet himself.


Siarlys Jenkins said...

Haddith are not from the mouth of Mohammed. They were written several centuries later, someone's literary invention of what the writer liked to think Mohammed might have said. If its not in the Qu'ran, its not the words of the prophet. If it is in the Qu'ran, there are still some questions, since the Qu'ran was pulled together after Mohammad's death, sourcing every note or scrap of writing or personal recollection the rather small Muslim community could put together.

Gary Fouse said...

Hadith are the transmitted (through the centuries) words, deeds and habits of Mohammad.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

No, they are not. You made that up. They are religious literature written centuries after the Qu'ran which retroactively put words in Mohammed's mouth, according to the desires of the writers.

Gary Fouse said...

I made it up?