The viagra-popping, sex-crazed King Abdullah who rules the most racist, bigoted, misogynist, homophobic, cruel, oppressive, and barbaric nation on earth is promoting ‘dialogue between cultures to encourage greater tolerance’. King Abdullah has had over 30 wives, and has fathered more than 40 children. We can be quite certain that none of his wives have been permitted to marry 30 men.
Since 2007 King Abdullah, along with a rapid increase of Wahhabism around the world, has been promoting and marketing a “brotherly and sincere dialogue between believers from all religions.”
You can’t make this absurd drivel up.
What does this bigot Abdullah mean exactly? Does it mean he will encourage the co-existence of other faiths in his own country? Does it mean his kingdom will finally stop imprisoning and torturing converts to other faiths? Does it mean that he will now allow Churches, Temples and Synagogues to freely exist in Saudi Arabia? Does it mean he will now finally permit women to drive and dress as they please? Does it mean women can finally be equal and have the same legal and social rights men have? Does it mean small infants who cannot even talk, do not have to be sodomized by Muslim men in legalized Mufakhathat (Thighing) but will have the right to be left free from sodomy and abuse?
Let’s translate into English what exactly this Saudi King Abdullah means. King Abdullah mean we must have more tolerance for Muslim fascism. We must allow more Muslim immigration, more mosques, more Salafi Islam into our countries. King Abdullah means that Qur’an and Salafism must be allow to freely reign to establish their much anticipated worldwide Islamic state. If you oppose to it, you must learn to rid yourself of ‘racism’ and learn tolerance, acceptance and co-existence. Muslims, however, need not learn any of these things. Their only obligation is to spread Islam – and you must learn to like it. Bear in mind, however, that should you preach Christianity in Saudi Arabia, you face imprisonment, lashed and even execution. And King Abdullah has made no efforts at all to remove this extreme intolerance from his own country, which is why he has to keep his ‘Interfaith Dialogues’ in Vienna. But that’s beside the point…
King Abdullah center promotes dialogue between cultures
BUILDING BRIDGES: Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon with religious leaders at the inauguration of King Abdullah dialogue center in Vienna. (SPA)
JEDDAH: P.K. ABDUL GHAFOUR | ARAB NEWS STAFF
Published — Sunday 17 November 2013
The King Abdullah International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, which is based in Vienna, has published a book highlighting its achievements, especially in promoting a culture of dialogue among faith-based communities across the world.
“KAICIID has been playing a significant role in deepening the values of mutual understanding, tolerance and cooperation for the benefit of humanity and for promoting global peace and stability,” said Faisal bin Muammar, secretary-general of the center.
The book has highlighted Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah’s keynote speech at the opening of the World Dialogue Conference in the Spanish capital Madrid in July 2008.
In his speech, the king said: “Dear friends, we all believe in one God, who sent messengers for the good of humanity in this world and the hereafter. His will, praise be to Him, was that people should differ in their faiths. If the Almighty had so desired, all mankind would have shared the same religion. We are meeting today to affirm that the religions that God Almighty desired for the happiness of man should be a means to ensure that happiness.”
King Abdullah also cautioned against the danger of moral decadence. “Mankind is suffering today from a loss of values and conceptual confusion, and is passing through a critical phase which, in spite of all the scientific progress, is witnessing a proliferation of crime, an increase in terrorism, the disintegration of the family, subversion of the minds of the young by drug abuse, exploitation of the poor by the strong, and odious racist tendencies.”
In his speech, the king also emphasized that faith-based communities must focus on common denominators that unite them namely, deep faith in God, noble principles, and lofty moral values, for the success of dialogue.
“Man could be the cause of the destruction of this planet and everything in it. He is also capable of turning it into an oasis of peace and tranquility in which adherents of religions, creeds and philosophies could co-exist, and in which people could cooperate with each other in a respectful manner, and address problems through dialogue rather than violence.”
King Abdullah added: “Man is also capable of vanquishing hatred through love, and bigotry through tolerance, thereby enabling all mankind to enjoy the dignity that the Almighty has bestowed upon all of them. Dear friends: Let our dialogue be a triumph of belief over disbelief, of virtue over vice, of justice over iniquity, of peace over conflicts and wars, and of human brotherhood over racism.”
Muammar also spoke about the significance of the first global dialogue forum to be organized by KAICIID on Nov. 18-19 in Vienna. More than 600 delegates from 90 countries will take part in the event.
Over the past 12 months, KAICIID has taken a proactive approach to research and training in the fields of interreligious and intercultural education.
“This Global Forum is the culmination of a series of four regional conferences we have hosted since May 2013 in the Euro-Mediterranean region (Vienna); Africa (Addis Ababa); Asia (New Delhi); and the Americas (Buenos Aires),” the secretary-general said. “It is through educational exchange that humanity can shed the shell of suspicion that leads to misunderstanding and unrest. This is the principle on which KAICIID is built.”