Wednesday, August 13, 2008

so the tsunami and earthquakes is coz of naughty people huh????
Saudi Arabia Saudi Cleric Muhammad Al Munajid Slams Beijing Olympics: Nothing Makes Satan Happier Than The "Bikini" Olympics

Sheikh Muhammad Al-Munajid is a well-known Saudi Islamic lecturer and author. He frequently appears on Saudi TV channels and is known for issuing controversial fatwas. He previously worked in Washington, D.C. at the Saudi Embassy Islamic Affairs Department but was stripped of his diplomatic credentials.(1) In an August 10, 2008 interview with Al-Majd TV, Al-Munajid was highly critical of the Beijing Olympics, which he called the "bikini Olympics," referring to them as "satanic." Al-Munajid is known for his criticism of other sporting events. In a January 2005 interview, he said that soccer games "reveal nakedness," adding that women must not exercise in public because they wear "tight fitting, short" outfits to do so, and also that women are forbidden from participating in the Olympics.(2) Al-Munajid also discussed, in a July 2007 interview, how Western "beasts" use public toilets and wear colored underwear "to conceal all that filth."(3) Following the December 2004 Southeast Asia earthquake and tsunami, in January 2005 Al-Munajid called the disaster "punishment" for sex tourism on New Year's Eve and for drunkenness on Christmas,(4) and said that Allah had "finished off the Richter scale" in vengeance against the infidel criminals. (5) Before that, in April 2004, Al-Munajid discussed jihad, the U.S., and Iraq, calling America "Heretica" and assuring viewers that "the big explosion will come." (6) To view this clip on MEMRI TV, visit To visit the MEMRI TV page for Saudi cleric Muhammad Al-Munajid, go to

This poisonous vitriol that spews out of this guys mouth is totally obscene to me. When are our governments gonna wake up and stop this madness from spreading throught our western world?


  1. This is just showing once again that the two worlds do not mix.

  2. Nice to see that the blog is picking up.

  3. Thanks Chris..... You were a great help, but it was more your encouragement that spurred me on.