The Muslim Student Association at UCLA is holding Taqiyya Awareness Week — I mean, that is, Islamic Awareness Week: “Muslims hope to educate with awareness week,” from the Daily Bruin (thanks to Anthony).
Friends, I thought that rather than answer all the distortions and dissimulations in this article, which I have answered on this site and in my books a hundred times before, I’d throw open the floor to you. That’s right: let’s play Spot the Taqiyya! You answer the assertions made in this article.
Feel free to make use of the Jihad Watch and Dhimmi Watch archives, and note that for some reason some searches will search both, but sometimes only one. So search in both places. And please, no “Muzzies” talk or other speech that is not only objectively offensive but also plays into the hands of those who would destroy us.
The prize: an autographed copy of my book Onward Muslim Soldiers, suitable for light reading, reference on Islam, and doorstop use. Winners, will be announced later. It is best if you don’t just quote Qur’an verses to the contrary, unless the claim is explicitly one about Islamic scripture only, as is Malcolm Clark’s claim about women’s rights in Islam. Anyone can pile up mountains of passages from the Qur’an and Hadith, but in my books and articles I generally go farther: your rebuttal will be more effective if you show some evidence that the verses are understood by mainstream Muslims in the way you are using them.
Post your entries as comments on this thread. Show your awareness of the threat of Islamic jihad — and have fun.