But words can speak great truth in an indirect way. Sometimes, if you really want to understand someone's motivations, their thought processes...basically, "where their head is at," it's helpful to listen to what they say. Not what they say to anyone, but rather, what they say about someone or something.
A different Angle on the "muslim funeral rite"Posted by Ann Barnhardt - May 8, AD 2011 10:19 PM MSTI have read all of the well-written essays and articles on the unbelievable capitulation to the muslim political cult with regards to the funeral rite allegedly afforded to Bin Laden's corpse on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson. Yes, the pleas for the fake moon god "allah" to have mercy on Bin Laden's soul and for the same fake moon god's wrath upon the infidels is simply nauseating. It has been said by others, and let me join my voice to theirs.But there is one passage in the funeral rite that jumped out at me that I have not seen anyone else write about. This particular passage is just another way to show and prove how utterly satanic and evil the islamic cult is, and how diametrically opposed islam is to not only the Judeo-Christian milieu, but also to all human civilization in general. Here is the excerpt, taken from the U.S. Navy's burial ceremony guide:“O allah, forgive him, have mercy on him, pardon him, grant him security, provide him a nice place and spacious lodgings, wash him (off from his sins) with water, snow and ice, purify him from his sins as a white garment is cleansed from dirt, replace his present abode with a better one, replace his present family with a better one, replace his present partner with a better one, make him enter paradise and save him from the trials of grave [sic] and the punishment of hell.”I read that and felt like I had been punched in the stomach. And then I remembered that was a muslim prayer, and thus it has satan as its source and nadir. I should, by now, know to EXPECT the most awful, hateful, destructive and rotten fruits from all things muslim, but (thankfully) I'm not completely jaded yet. Did you see the two phrases that stunned me?"...replace his present family with a better one, replace his present partner with a better one..."Just sit in stillness with that for a moment. Imagine that your spouse or one of your parents or grandparents has just died. You, your entire family and all of your family friends are at the funeral, and the priest or minister says, "Merciful Lord Jesus, please replace this man's wife with a better wife and replace his family with a better family in heaven."The spousal relationship and the family bond is the number one image of God in our earthly lives. God is trying to let us have of taste of what He has within Himself through marriage and family. He also repeatedly uses the reality of marriage and fidelity in marriage as an analogue for His love for us. We are in a covenant with God - not a contract. Marriage is the same - a covenant, NOT a mere contract. Read the Song of Songs or the book of Hosea to see marriage as an image, both the honeymoon and the tough part requiring sacrifice and fidelity. Finally, read the Pauline epistles wherein Paul can't hardly get through a chapter without reminding one and all that Christ is the Bridegroom and the Church is His Bride. Read about Jesus telling us that through Him we are adopted sons and daughters of God - coheirs to the Kingdom of Heaven. Remember Jesus teaching us by example to call God "Abba", which literally means "Daddy".Now go back up and read the muslim funerary quote. You find me a muslim man who is in love with his one wife and will tell you that the best part of his day is waking up next to his best friend and I'll show you a muslim apostate.Islam is evil. There is nothing even remotely good about it. Even the funerals are satanic and designed to destroy human love and break people's hearts. Looking forward to heaven? Don't bother. Your spouse has a new, better spouse to replace your sorry @$$, and your parents have new, better children to replace the walking disappointment that is YOU. No one loves you, you are a disappointment and a mistake, and no one is waiting for you. So sayeth allah the merciful.Where's my lighter . . . ?
And the truly horrifying thing is, Jihadists really don't have the slightest idea why anyone would find this repulsive. Still think they're 'just like us?'