To any Muslims who may be reading this: this is an indispensable element of a free society. There are numerous sites trashing other religious figures as well. In a free society, Ali Sina is free to do this. You are free to disagree and to argue with him. It is not consistent with the parameters of a free society to try to close down his site or kill him.
From WND, with thanks to Anthony:
Claiming Muhammad’s teachings are the root of terrorism, a website founded by an ex-Muslim attempts to dispel the oft-quoted statement “Islam is a religion of peace.”
Headed by Ali Sina, FaithFreedom.org presents articles and commentaries that debunk much of the Quran and charge that Islam’s founder, Muhammad, was a rapist, pedophile, mass murderer and an “evil man.”
On the site, which features, the description “Islam and Quran denounced by ex-Muslims as the root of terrorism,” Sina promises that if anyone can prove him wrong in his assertions about Muhammad and Islam, he will take the site off the Internet.
After presenting a list of charges against Muhammad, Sina writes, “Muslims are triumphalists and claim victory even when they are clearly defeated. A Muslim can never accept defeat. A Muslim’s typical response to this site is: ‘My faith in Islam grew after I read your site.’ How can one’s faith grow after reading the proof that the man whom he thought to be a prophet was guilty of all the above charges? Has anyone disproved any of those charges?”
Continues Sina: “I have debated with Muslims who claimed victory because according to them I have not proven that Muhammad’s sexual relationship at the age of 53 with the 8 years 9 months old Aisha constitute pedophilia. I consider this a self-evident fact that needs no proof. I do not think there is any need to prove that day is bright and night is dark to a seeing person. And to [the] blind proofs are of no avail.”
Besides Sina’s writings, the site features other writers who delve into many different areas of Islam.
One section, for example, is called “Wives of the Prophet” and includes this introduction:
“The tales of Muhammad’s wives and sex slaves are the most fascinating and also the most embarrassing part of the life of the Prophet. These are stories of lust, intrigues, mind games, jealousy and betrayal.”
Another section attempts to disprove the alleged miracles of Islam.
Sina reads Arabic and, he says, uses only “the hadith, the Ibn Hisham’s Sira and the Quran” when arguing against Islam.