Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Obama warns Marines: Don't pee toward Mecca!

This was permitted in Iraq, but not Afghanistan
Kabul, Dec 6, 2011. Last month President Barack Hussein Obama, D-Kenya,  military commanders issued guidelines to our Marines serving in Afghanistan, telling them that they may not spit or pee in the direction of Mecca.

Our Islamic raised President wants our troops to respect the religious fanatics who have vowed to kill them.

They have even been told not to sleep with their combat boots facing Mecca. That would be "culturally insensitive."

Apparently to compensate, senior Pentagon brass created something called the USMC Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning to teach Marines to exist in the Islamically approved fashion.

The Marines are learning to become intensely sensitized to the whereabouts of Mecca; how to be guided by that magnetic north for Muslims as a matter of the most personal habits and hygiene, all in accordance with Shariah Law. The President wants our Marines to act like Muslims.

Such "culture learning" blends seamlessly with an International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) guidance to all troops in Afghanistan to revere the Quran and its teachings. That's the unmistakable message of COIN Advisory #20100924-001, which I found on the ISAF website.

"Never talk badly about the Quran or its contents," says the guidance, a no-nonsense formulation of Islamic prohibitions against any criticism of Islam. Touching it is out, too. "It is considered culturally insensitive for any non-Muslim to touch a copy of the Quran," ISAF explains. Why that is indeed the Islamic case, ISAF doesn't explain. Presumably, it might upset troops to learn that this injunction exists because Muslims consider non-Muslim "najis," or unclean, and thus unfit to touch their religious book.

President Obama was born and raised as a Moslem
Before searching people, ISAF advises, "ask them if they have a Quran or religious item present. If so, ask them to remove it or put it in a suitable place before conducting the search."

"Additionally," ISAF continues, "verbal disrespect for Islam and/or the Quran is considered as inappropriate as physical desecration of the Quran. Insulting the Quran is an act of blasphemy."

If you criticize the way Islam treats women, then it is considered verbal disrespect for Islam. If you criticize the Quran for promoting jihad against infidels, then you are  insulting the Quran. The ISAF,  deems such talk inappropriate and blasphemy.

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