På Jihad-watch er der åbnet en tråd med diskussion om hvordan man diskuterer med muslimer, som også kan have interesse for vore læsere med islamkritiske meninger.
Hvilke argumenter bruger muslimer imod islamkritikere? Og hvad svarer man?
Læs diskussionen her. /Limewoody
Muslimernes argumenter er følgende:
1. He’s taking verses out of context
2. He’s an Islamophobe/racist/bigot
3. He doesn’t know Arabic, and you can’t understand the Qur’an unless it’s in Arabic
4. He’s not an expert on Islam/he has no credentials
5. The Qur’an, the mind of Muhammad, and Islam in general are too complex and mysterious for infidels to understand
6. What about the Crusades (and other violent Christian actions of the past)?
7. What about the violent verses in the Bible?
8. Those Muslims are not “real” Muslims
9. Only Muslims can address the tough topics
10. He’s lying
11. If you prove him wrong from Qur’an and Hadith, you just get ridiculed
12. He has been refuted hundreds of times, and thoroughly discredited
Forfatterens sidste bemærkninger er herlige:
“Next time you see a Muslim spokesman on TV, if he is challenged about the jihadist use of the Qur’an and Sunnah, check off the ones he trots out in response. I can imagine a conversation like this: “Ibrahim Hooper hit #’s 1, 4, 7, and 11 last night on CNN.” “Oh yeah? That’s nothing. Hussein Ibish hit every one except #10 on Beck.” “Really? Wow. Once I saw Ahmed Bedier score a perfect 12 on Paula Zahn’s show.” “Ah, yes, that was a classic performance, one for the ages.”
In fact, next time I speak before an audience containing jihad apologists, I plan to make things easy for them: to speed up the process during the question-and-answer period, I’ll give them a card containing these twelve points. They can just check off the ones they want to hit that evening. Everyone will save a bit of time and trouble. And I’m sure they’ll be grateful also, for this handy time-saving device.”