Oh, NOES! Because of all the media ‘hype’ about ISIS and beheadings, Muslims in America are whining about suffering a “double hurt”

092714Imamcc2Atrocities carried out by ISIS Islamic savages as well as a report linking the Oklahoma Muslim beheader to the Islamic Institute of Boston, has Talal Eid (photo right), imam of the Hub Religious Center, boohooing that it’s a “double hurt” for his faith because people are “abusing our religion.”

Boston Herald  “Our situation is very bad,” said Imam Talal Eid. (Not nearly as bad as the woman who just had her head cut off) “Every time the word ISIS is mentioned, and it’s mentioned hundreds of times, Islam is being pushed into the middle of that. They are abusing Islam. The Islamic State (ISIS) is not Islam.” (HAH! That ship sailed a long time ago, buddy)

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Eid’s comments come on the heels of reports that a “resident scholar” here in Boston was previously the leader of the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City — formerly attended by Alton Nolen, the man accused of beheading a co-worker in Oklahoma Thursday. “Religion has nothing to do with that,” said Eid of the Oklahoma beheading.” (That’s right, ‘religion’ doesn’t, ISLAM does)

A second woman in an Oklahoma nursing home was also threatened with beheading by a Muslim co-worker. (Go figure)

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Police say Nolen beheaded a woman and stabbed another at his former place of work, an Oklahoma food processing plant in Moore, an Oklahoma City suburb. Nolen reportedly had recently converted to Islam.”If Nolen proves to be radicalized, the mosque will suffer a similar blow dealt by the recent spate of ISIS beheadings,” Eid said. (Don’t forget the recent beheading in Britain, too)

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“We American Muslims are suffering a double hurt, and at the same time people are abusing our religion,” Eid said of all the gruesome attacks aimed at the U.S. Eid said people should not judge Islam “based on the acts of people,” because those acts are not consistent with the religion. (Oh, but we DO judge you by your acts, acts that are supported and often inspired by the quran and other Muslim holy books)

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