This could be the biggest and most insane thing anyone has ever said about the Muslim community in the wake of a terror attack. Are you sitting down?
In Islam, you are taught that being gay and having gay tendencies is an act punishable by death. There are many, many different opinions on homosexuality in the United States and they range from it being a sin to being completely accepted and the normal, however even the most staunch opposition on the Christian side don’t want gay people to die.
Islam, however, wants them executed, as Muslims believe homosexuality is something that shouldn’t be on this earth.
Here’s some proof when an Orlando based Muslim leader went as far as to say that “Death is the Sentence” for all gays.
So, imagine our surprise when a Counsel of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) rep went on CNN yesterday and said that Muslims might commit acts of terror because they too have homosexual tendencies and are frightened by it. Yeah, that’s totally it. *sarcasm*
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)-FL Orlando Regional Coordinator Rasha Mubarak agrees with CNN anchor Don Lemon when he posits, “some of the people who are radicalized, could be radicalized because they have homosexual tendencies and they’re upset by it.”
“Absolutely,” Mubarak said.
The interview came after the early Sunday morning Islamic terror attack on an Orlando gay nightclub that left at least 50 dead and 53 more injured. The mass shooting has been deemed the worst in the history of the United States.
CAIR has been declared a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates and was named by federal prosecutors as an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas-funding operation.
There was more in this stunning admission.
Lemon went on, “When there are gay Muslims right.” He continued, “What do you make of this idea that ya know about homosexuality being a sin, that Muslims are not gay? There are gay Muslims. And some of the people who are radicalized, could be radicalized because they have homosexual tendencies and they’re upset by it.”
Mubarak agreed, “Absolutely. There’s homosexuality no matter what religion or race you come from and I think that the world needs to open their eyes and understand that.”
This is the first time we could find anywhere where a Muslim representative has outwardly claimed that homosexuality happens in the Muslims community. Mubarak is certain to have the CAIR and the rest of the Muslim community come down on her hard for this one.