This is a perfect example of a topic we have brought up many times before: Muslim interpretation of lofty words such as “democracy”, “freedom”, “equality” has no similarity whatsoever with the true meaning of these words in our dictionary.
Their use of these words are purely Islamic, meaning that democracy is when only Islam and nothing else has the entitlement and right to rule; freedom means when Muslims are granted the freedom to rule the world over ‘the others’; equality means that Muslims are handed the decision making process with full force make over the infidel i.e. given the equality to freely install Islamic democracy – an Islamic state.
The media often gets carried away and makes assumptions that Muslims, by expressing these lofty words, are “the same” and “want the same” as non-Muslims whenever they use these terms to describe their wishes and needs. When a Muslim calls himself a Muslim and continues to follow Islam, of course his intentions with these words have nothing in common with our understanding of the words.
“Death is the sentence [for homomsexuality], we know. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about this. Death is the sentence. …. Kill them.”
– Dr Farrokh Sekaleshfar
Here in the video we get a similar example demonstrated with the use of the word “compassion” as explained by Shia cleric Dr Farrokh Sekaleshfar, who will be holding a sermon at Hussein Islamic Center in Orlando tonight. A dhimmi would judge Dr Farrokh Sekaleshfar to be a “gentle and kind man”. But listen to Dr Sekaleshfar refer to the killing of gays for the sake of Islamic ideals as “compassion”.
Killing of women for honor is also often explained to be “compassion” when Muslims defend these acts. What they mean is that these people would be suffering so much living in disgrace that it is “compassion” to murder them. Murdering them will be a form of atonement for their disgraceful existence.
In the video Muslim cleric Dr Farrokh Sekaleshfar discuss Islam and homosexuality at a sermon held in 2013. He makes it clear that death is the right and legal sentence that must be made against gays. He even says there is nothing to be ashamed of about this law. He also says, “kill them” and asked Muslims to “have compassion” for gays by killing them.
Islam: Throwing gays off the highest building to their death:
Full sermon: Islam and Homosexuality: Dr Farrokh Sekaleshfar