Barack Obama Lied About ReligionsSubmitted by go213mph on Sat, 09/22/2012 - 21:29
In Barack Obama’s weekly address he spread lies about religions. He said, “But there is never any justification for violence. There is no religion that condones the targeting of innocent men and women.” This is a lie.
Obama was speaking about the Islamic attacks in Libya which killed the US ambassador and three others working for the US embassy. It seems very probable that Obama is familiar with the contents of the Quran and the contents of the Bible. If this is correct, then he had to be lying when he made that false statement.
The Quran has many passages which instruct Muslims to kill unbelievers. For example, Surah 9:5 openly instructs Muslims to “slay the idolaters wherever ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them each ambush.” This is exactly what the Muslims who attacked the US consulate in Libya did. They were following their “holy” scriptures to the letter.
...Obama says he’s a Christian. As a Christian he must have read the “holy” book of his religion, the Bible. His lie in his weekly address is made evident when we read the Bible, too. For example, Numbers 31:17-18 says that Moses was upset with the Israeli army for not killing all of the women and children of a vanquished enemy, the Midianite people. Verses 17 and 18 tell us that he ordered the Israeli army: “Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.” Verse 35 informs us that the number of “women children” the Israelis kept for themselves was 32,000! Based on these Bible passages Moses was a war criminal and Obama is a liar.
When we look at “the king of peace,” Jesus, we see he wasn’t such a promoter of peace as some people would have you believe. For example, Matthew 10:34 says that Jesus said, “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.” It’s true that killing all nonbelievers as the Quran teaches, or killing and raping all people and children who don’t belong to your people as the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament teaches was not taught by Jesus. However, by saying such things as coming “not to send peace, but a sword” is violence promoting. Perhaps this teaching attributed to Jesus played a part in Christianity’s violent past during the Inquisition and Reformation and could play a part if Christianity ever gets the power to once again inflict violence on the world? And the cult like teachings in verses 35-37 of going against your family and whoever loves their parents or children more than they love Jesus is not worthy of Jesus remind me of the teachings of Charlie Manson and Jim Jones.