#MyJihad in Tanzania: Muslim cleric tells converts to bury their Christian parents as if they were dead dogs
Once again we see that the real “hate” doesn’t come from those trying to resist Islamic supremacism, but from those who are propagating it. “Muslim clerics warned against hate sermons,” from The Citizen, January 7 (thanks to Twostellas):
Muslim clerics have been warned against sermons that provoke religious tensions.The warning was given here yesterday by Ansaar Muslim Youth Centre (AMYC) director Sheikh Salim Barahiyan, when commenting on a Muslim preacher’s sermon on Friday afternoon which annoyed Christians and Muslims after one of the Ansaar’s Sheikh Juma Ali Juma preached at a Makorora mosque.
Sheikh Barahiyan, who is also Mudir of Ansaar, insisted that Islam was a religion which embraced peace and love among its faithful and other non-Muslims. (Paskal Mbunga)
He said even the holy Qur’an stressed the importance of peaceful coexistence between Muslims and non-Muslims.
He condemned the use of hate sermons, saying the country could not make any stride if there was no stability.
“Supposing you aim at convincing a non-Muslim to join your religion, obviously you are going to speak the good of your religion, but if you are wise enough, you won’t scorn other people’s religions,” he said, adding: “While we call for religious tolerance, we should not entertain hate sermons.”
Last Friday in Saad bin Mwazi mosque, Sheikh Juma was quoted in his sermon as calling on Muslims not to cooperate with Christians because they were infidels. He insisted that Muslims should not take part in Christian festivals like Christmas, Easter and other celebrations, including baptism and confirmation.