FreeMuslims.org announces: We are so Sorry for 9-11
…we will no longer wait for our religious leaders and â€œintellectualsâ€ to do the right thing. Instead, we will start by apologizing for 9-11. We are so sorry that 3000 people were murdered in our name. We will never forget the sight of people jumping from two of the highest buildings in the world hoping against hope that if they moved their arms fast enough that they may fly and survive a certain death from burning. We are sorry for blaming 9-11 on a Jewish or right wing conspiracy. We are so sorry for the murder of more than three hundred school children and adults in Russia. We are so sorry for the murder of train passengers in Spain. We are so sorry for all the victims of suicide bombings. We are so sorry for the beheadings, abductions, rapes, violent Jihad and all the atrocities committed by Muslims around the world. We are so sorry for a religious education that raised killers rather than train people to do good in the world. We are sorry that we did not take the time to teach our children tolerance and respect for other people. We are so sorry for not rising up against the dictators who have ruled the Muslim world for decades. We are so sorry for allowing corruption to spread so fast and so deep in the Muslim world that many of our youth lost hope. We are so sorry for allowing our religious leaders to relegate women to the status of forth class citizens at best and sub-humans at worse.
We are so sorry.
*sigh* – I appreciate the sentiment and all, but I am sure that in no time this organization, the Free Muslim Coalition Against Terrorism, will be denounced as a Jewish front or a Mossad operation or some such nonsense. This, despite the fact that its founder, Palestinian-born Kamal Nawash was a member of and legal counsel for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC). You can read about him here.
In other news 1200 people participated in an interfaith commemoration in honor of the victims of 9/11 in Jerusalem’s Independence Park Saturday night.
Muslim religious leaders from mosques in California, Paris, and Moscow, bishops, and rabbis, including Rabbi Moshe Nimni of Jerusalem and Rabbi Menachem Furman of Tekoa took part. White doves were released at the end of the event.