Islamic teaching: Non-Muslims equal to dogs


Among those familiar with the true teachings of Islam, it is well known that the life “” or as articulated in Arabic, the “blood” “” of an infidel, that is, a non-Muslim, is not equal to the life/blood of a Muslim. Few know, however, that among some of Islam’s respected hadith collections, the blood of a non-Muslim is no better than the blood of a dog.

(Dog-lovers should bear in mind that, in Islam, to be compared to a dog is about the worst and most degrading insult.)

Brother Rashid (a former Muslim turned Christian) recently discussed this during his Arabic-language show, Su”al Jari” (“Daring Question,” which I recently appeared on to discuss my book, Crucified Again).

According to a hadith recorded among other places in Sunan Ahmed (Hanbali jurisprudence) and Sunan al-Bayhaqi (Shafi”i jurisprudence), during the course of a discussion about non-Muslims, Caliph Omar al-Khattab “” one of Sunni Islam’s “four righteous caliphs” “” declared “They are heathens, and the blood of one of them is [like] the blood of a dog.”

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  1. says

    This sick expression of islam (RTC) is by itself enough to justify dismissing that sick and hate filled cult as the load of sociopathic garbage that it is and will always be.

    Dogs are unclean? No, islam (RTC) is unclean..
    For believers or non-believers, dogs would have to be classed as the most incredible, marvellous gift our all too often sad and sorry species has ever been given.

    They love us, defend us, heal us, and even die to protect us, all in return for a warm place to sleep, some food, and a bit of affection in return.

    Dogs are unclean? No, they are one of the greatest gifts a loving god could give to us. Pity we don’t always treat them as such

  2. says

    Earlier this year, I was watching (on TV) the ANZAC day parade through the streets of a major city.

    Now, I have watched these parades every ANZAC day for the past ten years and more.

    But I think there were more Army dogs in this parade than ever before: one whole section of the parade featured men in uniform, I think they were Sappers or the main bomb detection team, quite possibly returned from the Afghanistan front…and, smartly turned out, stepping alongside them, all brushed and polished, were their indispensable, life-saving dogs, dogs, dogs. A whole crew of Sniffer Dogs. They were of varying breeds, because small funnylooking dogs with floppy ears and curly hair can turn out to be just as good at detecting explosives, as your elegant Alsation.

    For sniffing out an IED or a vest full of explosives or a Jihadi who’s lurking behind a trapdoor, *nothing* beats Infidel Man’s Best Friend.

    I have a suspicion that as in Iraq, and now in Afghanistan, and in any number of battlefields that lie ahead, dogs may be far more important for us Infidels than they were in, say, WWI or WWII or any other previous conflict one might care to name.

    Back in 2009, every IDF unit going into Jihad Armed Camp Gaza had its faithful K9 as part of the team, to warn against booby traps and lurking would-be kidnappers; the IDF’s dogs are much-loved and invaluable comrades, with a special cemetery for those who fall in the line of duty.

    And back home, on the street, when the Mohammedan Mob decides to riot, or a jihad gang boss is holed up in the mosque or some other den and has to be winkled out…then the well-trained dog comes into his own there, also. A number of mohammedthugs in Sydney, last year, after the riot, went limping home with dog bites, which bites they richly deserved.

    I also seem to recall that not so long ago a bunch of would-be jihadis sneaking up on a pastor’s house in Africa were detected – and repelled – by his dogs.

    I love dogs.