Saturday, December 31, 2005

Top ten pro-regressive Moslim idiots of 2005

2005 is nearly over, and in the spirit of cooperation and spreading good communitst vibes I've put together a list of the most obnoxious, fake and divisive individuals from the proggie movement.

10) Jawad Ali of the MWU poofter division slandered Muslim Fest amongst other Muslim themed events which didnt cater his pro-regressive nonsense. Ali claimed that there was a lack of female participation when in fact half of the organizers were woman. This act of decepetion lands mwu's resident fruit at number ten.

9) Naseeb.com, the online desi meat market aka a website for outcasts by outcasts tried to steal some of ISNA's thunder this year by hosting its own "meetup" at the same time. It didnt go as planned with the "meetup" failing miserably. In true pro-regressive fashion Naseeb ran an vicious and factually incorrect article in its vibes section titled "ISNA thugs" written by some tool named "Umbreen Shah." It also appeared on mwu. All this, while neocon ratfinks were slamming ISNA as well. Don’t even get me started on Irshad Manji and Stephen Schwartz’s articles. This act of petty partisanship and nepotism lands Naseeb.com and its bigwigs at number nine.

8) Exiled and deported Iranians in an act of political transvestitsm have now become "human rights advocates." We all know that communists with blood stained hands make great human rights activists don’t we? Many of these heavily accented green card fame seeking Ahmed Chalabi wannabees are not content merely with peddling misinformation on woman’s rights in Islam but also building a bipartisan consensus to launch a war against Iran with neocon blessings ofcourse. They worked hand in hand with pro-regressive slimeballs against allowing Muslims access to religious arbitration to settle disputes, which was already available to Jews and Christians. Comrade Stalin and Chairman Mao would no doubt be proud with having the Arjomands, Darabis, and hordes of other exiled criminals and charlatans holed up in the west at number eight.

7) Mohja Kahf, MWU’s resident pornographer is quiet these days. I guess the shock value of writing crappy articles which would normally make the grade at Hustler wore off. Or perhaps it’s the cancellation of HBOs “Sex and the City” which Kahf admits inspired her in the first place. I suppose she’ll have to steal what she can from “Desperate housewives,” till something better comes along which leaves her at number seven.

6) Muhammed Ali Hasan, the calamity of birth known as the manchild behind “Muslims for Bush,” aka “Corrupt Pakistani Charlatans for Bush” normally would not make this list. I would not give him the attention he so desperately craves. What makes him number six is not that he was zero credibility, or that he set up a pro-Bush booth at ISNA 2004(which was rightfully vandalized), but the fact that he authored the worst possible article on Naseeb.com titled “Stop Blaming Bush” for the unacceptably slow response towards the Hurricane Katrina tragedy. Even Naseeb’s sheep found the article insensitive, insulting and devoid of facts. But that’s not all. Hasan could not even muster up the courage to criticize his hometown congressman( Tom “anti-immigration” Tancredo) for Islamophobic remarks. How great would it be if Hasan was sent to Iraq, I can only imagine the words he would have for Dubya then.

5) Michael Muhammed Knight, unlike many of his peers can actually write, but it’s a real shame that he doesn’t put it to good use. Knight comes off as a deeply conflicted soul not knowing what he wants or what to do, spending time with pseudo-Islamic cults like the “Nation of Gods and Earths.” He insists that he isn’t a pro-regressive despite what the URL to his blog states, or the people who he hangs out with. He makes the list for his filthly words against the Prophet (pbuh). Normally this would secure him the number one spot, but we have to remember that the jerk isn’t a Muslim to begin with. Did I mention that Knight has collaborated with the likes of Islamophobes like Ibn Warraq and Ali Sina? He claims this was done inadvertently. In light of numerous shenanigans at ISNA as well as impersonating Ibrahim Hooper from CAIR, I just don’t believe Mr.Knight and sincerely hope someone tosses him back in the dumpster he crawled out from.

4) A lot of words come to my mind when I hear the name Asra Nomani : clueless, patronizing, bitter, but above all a LIAR. Already known for her friendship to slain reporter Daniel Pearl, Nomani decided that she wanted to boost her profile even more by making demonstrably false and misleading statements about the Morgantown masjid. The unrepentant adulteress ran for a position on the masjid board and pulled a Nixon when she realized she couldn’t win. Bitter and angry, she starts making claims of inequality at the masjid in addition to citing that her daddy contributed financially to the masjid. Oh I see, so that means that whenever I cant have my way at my local masjid, I can make ridiculous demands, phony claims and even drag a camera crew there because I stuffed a few dollars in the donation box. It’s this sort of convoluted logic which places the disgusting Nomani at number four. If only RU-486 was available in Pakistan…..

3) Amina “the Quran gives me the ability to say no to it” Wadud is many things, obscure academic, race baiter and munafiq extraordinaire, but what put her on this list is leading phony Fridays prayers in a desperate attempt to put pro-regressive Moslims on the map. For a group known its cavalier rejection of the Sunnah of the Prophet(pbuh), it was odd that they would use Hadith, and a weak one at that to justify their innovation in religion. If that wasn’t enough, they went on to claim that a scholar from Al-Azhar supported this act which turned out to be false. Praying for show did get media attention, all 30 seconds of it, gleeful endorsement from ignorant non-Muslims and those who don’t mean the community any good. It may have boosted their profile for a brief period, but to Muslims around the world, this little publicity stunt merely confirmed that these people were munafiqs. Female led prayers are rejected by all sects, schools of Fiqh, scholars and pretty much anyone with a brain cell or two who see it for the aberration that it is. With a swift kick in the kaboose while in ruku we lauch Ms.Wadud into the stratosphere at number three.

2) The snake oil salesman of the pro-regressive bowel movement and MWU supremo Ahmed Nassef is a busy man. The mendacious masri has spent the last few years desperately trying to sideline established Muslim civil rights groups with outrageous claims and misinformation. With his multiple appearances on FOX, CNN, MSNBC and other highly impartial news outlets, Nassef has claimed that CAIR is conservative (defending civil rights is conservative?!), that masjids harbor extremists and pretty much any load of horse manure which is music to the ears of Islamophobes. Universally disliked to the point where some have referred to him as Dajjal (http://nassefisdajjal.blogspot.com/) Nassef continues to publish shallow crappy articles on MWU, even asking pointers from Cheryl Bernard, the author of the infamous RAND corporation report calling for the fragmentation of Islam. Who could possibly top this candidate for an involuntary lobotomy? Who else but..... ……

1) ……......the Brad Pitt(scroll down to read the interview) of the pro-regressive movement. None other then Tarek “I’m Tarek Fatah” Fatah. Why is he our numero uno idiot? Simply because Fatah represents what the pro-regressive Moslim movement is truly about : aging and unaccomplished sub-marxists and virtual atheists from third world countries with a life long inferiority complex and a desire to be accepted, even at the cost of the religion which they don’t believe in. Fatah is infamous even among his own as a notorious egomaniac and control freak. Thanks to him the PMNUA was shattered in less then a year with resignations all around( that’s a good thing mind you). Maybe he wouldn't be such a Jerk-In-The-Box if he didn't eat all those paint chips and lead pencils when he was a kid, if he weren't so fat that buildings bounce when he hauls his sumo wrestler mass down the street. Yeah I know, that’s real mean and all…but I really cant say anything nice about a charlatan who is working hard to make Canadian Muslims second class citizens, denying them equality under the law afforded to other religious groups. Mr.Fatah, in the spirit of Christmas I’d like to express this from the bottom of my heart : You are a piteously lecherous sycophant and a frightful, enema-addicted festering boil on the butt of humanity. You are an egregiously insufferable plebeian and a gluttonous, nostril-offending mutilation of decency. You are a precociously witless mouth breather and a belligerent, all-defiling deplorable calamity of birth. Other then that he's a swell guy. Try not to make the list next year curly.

39 comments:

JD said...

Regarding Amina Wadud, my ustaz brought up her name a few weeks ago. According to him, she had taught for a short while at one of the universities up in Malaysia - until the administration found out what she was really teaching, and then she was tossed out.

DrMaxtor said...

I'm absolutely shocked to hear that JD, lol.

JD said...

LOL; I was sure you would be. ;)

Abu Eesa said...

Assalamu 'alaykum

You know something?

I have NEVER heard such an incredible stock supply of adjectives in my entire life - truly out of this world.

They said beware the tongue of Ibn Hazm but I think we need to add you to that list. I hope I don't ever get on your wrong side buddy.

Well, as long as it's against these criminals then I suppose fair enough so you keep it up brother - I know we can't...

:-)

ajsuhail said...

Way to go DR M-These frauds need a taste of their own medicine

Amir said...

After a year of spreading fitnah, Ahmed Nassef sat down with Shaytan to discuss the MWU! plans for 2006. Shaytan makes a few suggestions and Nassef dismisses them. "No, we already did that last year," he says. Shaytan offers another project. Nassef replied, "Female-led prayer by a menstruating Imam? That's not unique enough. No shock value."

"I know!" says Nassef. Shaytan leans forward and Nassef whispers his idea into Shaytan's ear. "Ya Ahmed! Itaqillah!", says Shaytan.

menj said...

LOL, love this post! I'm ripping this post (with credit to you of course) and publishing it at Bukan Islam Liberal (http://www.bukanliberal.org). Hope you don't mind.

Wassalam.

- MENJ

menj said...

Regarding jd's comment, yes, Amina Wadud was a lecturer at IIU (International Islamic University), Kuala Lumpur, in the late 80s, until her contract was terminated. She is the founder of the liberal-feminist Sisters in Islam (SIS) group. SIS is in forefront of the Liberal Islam (we don't call them "Proggies" here) movement. Although with their acronym, I think they should be called "Sisters in Shaytaan" instead.

- MENJ
http://www.menj.org

DrMaxtor said...

Thanks for the information, Menj. I like your blog, keep up the good work.

fatimahye said...

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah,

I help run Islamic Network (www.islamicnetwork.com) and was impressed by your writing abilities. We were also thinking of doing a top 10 thing of our own similar to this but if we could run your piece (with some edits for grammar etc.) as a feature that would be great. On top of that if we could collaborate that would be even better. (I was also thoroughly impressed with your pal Mere Muslim and contacted him a while back but unfortunately I think he was too busy, so if you could mention us to him if you guys correspond or something that would be appreciated.) We had done a "IN Islam" piece recently called "Sell-Out Islam" where I alluded to MWU in the first line but did not mention them by name since honestly I just didn't want people to go to the site and watch their attempt to murder Islam. Anyway please contact us at info@islamicnetwork.com.

Jazakallah,
Wassalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah.

Chimichanga said...

Salam,
I am linking this post of yours on my blog. I hope you are okay with that.

http://re-charging.blogspot.com

yeah, my profile doesn't have my blog listed.

Chimichanga said...

how come your list didn't have Irshad Manji?

DrMaxtor said...

I didnt put Manji on the list because she's not a Muslim. Besides, I have other plans for her...including a forthcoming interview.

AsraNomani said...

You are such an asshole.

scavengercites said...

*a standing ovation of heart-felt applause*
i just finished venting about "islamic feminism' on my blog elsewhere. i know one of the 'self-proclaimed' personally and can't keep my personal wrath from worming its way into an otherwise sound chiding this nonsense deserves. Cathartic relief swept me over to see it done quite so well here. :) salaamz.

menj said...

Thanks, Dr. M...jazakallahu khayran. BTW I do need to contact you about contributing to B.I.L. on a regular basis. Email me at contact@menj.org

Wassalam.

- MENJ

http://www.menj.org

Chimichanga said...

That very much sounded like Asra Nomani!

DrMaxtor said...

...That very much sounded like Asra Nomani!...

Does it Tea Biscuit? I dont think so, but I found it funny nevertheless. I'll leave the "asranomani" comment up. LoL

Chimichanga said...

I remember going in front of the state capitol and attending a protest rally against Tom Tancredo. we called him Tom Tan-Hate-yo! Apparently, he is very racist, too! That gives away my homewotws... But who is this Hasan? Need to do some more research!

DrMaxtor said...

...But who is this Hasan? Need to do some more research!...

Nobody of any relevence. Just look up "MuslimsForBush," just be prepared to lose your lunch.

Asmaa said...

Assalaamu alaikum. That list is the most shockingly honest thing I have read in some time. Although I agree with your ideas, I would recommend that in order to keep your own dignity intact, do not slander these individuals as they have done to other Muslims. :)

AbdulAleem said...

One assumes, "Dr Maxtor", that this piece is intended as a defence of traditional Islam and of the sunnah of the Prophet of Islam (s). If so, it fails on both counts. It does a great disservice to both.

There are infinitely better ways (ihsan) to counter what one perceives to be wrong interpretations of Islam than this unfortunate piece. Is this posting pleasing to God? Does it reflect the conduct of our beloved Prophet? If not, then at the very least, remove it. If yes, then have the courage to put your name and affiliation (e.g. who is your Shaykh, etc) to it.

DrMaxtor said...

Abdul. are you a pro-regressive? Tell me how you really feel.

AbdulAleem said...

Whatever precisely a "pro-regressive" may be, I don't think this neologism applies to me. I do have some serious differences with some of the people you mention in this post, others I am only vaguely aware of and therefore don't know well enough to have an opinion about. But, I wonder, what has that to do with my earlier remarks?

`Abd al-`Alîm [not `Abdul].

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DrMaxtor said...

I know that Nomani is of Indian extraction. Nomani was getting busy(while on assignment) in Pakistan with some creep who disappeared afterward. I believe Nomani's problems have a lot to do with poor relationships with less then ideal men.
As for the rest of your comment, I find it mostly incomplete and untrue. General Zia, as we now know was bumped of by the US. Its hardly "talabanization" for people to be up in arms against a corrupt general and those he takes his marching orders from. The salafis of Saudi Arabia are erroneously called "wahabis" by their detractors, especially neocon slimebags and extremist shia who profit from making them out to be these big bad fundamentalists out to take over the world. If the Salafis viewed everyone else as "infidels" they wouldnt allow anyone else to enter their country, or evem perform the hajj now would they. You may want to do some reading on the subjecting before tossing around terms like "normal muslims." One can be against certain excesses of some salafis without falling into the trap of the criminals who seek to destablize the entire region with their wars of conquest.

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big time said...

You are wrong Mr.(whatever, not really interesting in knowing your name. Envy is killing,it is the begining of all eveil. From Ahmed Nassef I have learned a lot. Let me share with you a bit: Respect, for myself and for the others around me. No matter what openion, faith or style they have....
Your site does not show any respect to people who work hard, in oreder to solve these disasters which we are facing now as muslims.
you are very proud of "Ahmed Nassef is Dajjal but let me tell you this, I feel petty for a person who compine the outer view of a person with charachteristics must be really empty.

DrMaxtor said...

Thats interesting "bigtime." You probably dont know much if you need a crook like Nassef to teach you about anything. BTW he was called "dajjal" by another blogger. Its called satire.
The case against the people on the list is based on hard facts and years of observation. Its not "hard work" to go FOX and slander Muslim civil rights groups or ask for pointers from people who write policy papers on fragmenting Islam now is it?
Until you return to reality, you will be considered small change.

DrMaxtor said...

BTW "Girl Yada," I noticed that you deleted your comments. I dont blame you because frankly it was indicative of your ignorance. Nobody here is defending the corrupt Saudi government, but one knows the difference between a corrupt government and smearing the entire country and its people as "wahabi this wahabi that." I know neocon racist hate propaganda when I see it.
You claim "I was talking from personal experience and most of the Muslims are illiterate"..really? Would that be the Muslim you see in the mirror? Come back when you've read some history and gain a spine to call things for what they are....and bring "bigtime" with you.

Tasneem said...

As a fellow, liberal muslim, not "pro-regressive", I think that your comments about these people are accurate, but slandering them, only makes people question your character. Im not suggesting that you are wrong in your opinions, because I happen to agree with many of them, but you need to tame down your article because now you are attacking people. This in fact is wrong in Islam. Yes these people are wrong and are harmful to the community but attacking them is not the way. Otherwise, I enjoyed the article.

DrMaxtor said...

Salam Aliakum Tasneem,
Thanks for the feedback. I dont really think I was being too harsh...take it with a bit of salt and satire if you want.
I really didnt think that this list was going to get so much attention, overwhelmingly positive especially. There IS a reason why these people ended up on my list. Infact I'm on the PMUNA email list, its a very dark place, with plenty of ammunition. Exposing them is a must for the sake of common sense and decency in the ummah. You see, there are others who I dont agree with, but whom I respect as individuals with good intentions.
Alright, next time I'll be nicer and use latex gloves.

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Saeed said...

I found this posted cite in the MPACUK forum in the UK, (salaams from all the Muslims there). I have to say, that this article was incredibly written, i think we need to invent a new genre in English literature to accomodate this, and very entertaining. I shall be visiting this blog more often!

If only I could write so well I would do one for our pro-regressives in the UK. But mind you, pro-regressivism isn't as big here as it is on your side of the pond. We have our hands full with the Retro-regressives, you know that ones that say that anyone who votes is a kafir, and that TV should be banned etc etc. Its all the rage here.

Sharp said...

Assalaamy alaykum akhy,

Props to you for this. Sometimes we really get shy and not willing to point out the abvious. We need more people to be writing, we really need to stop taking the defensive and start taking the offensive, it is actually THEM who have made a mockery of our deen. There is only one thing I would say, I do not think you were harsh, at all, though I think some of the language could be toned down, just for the sake of this reaching a wider audience, and people actually reading what it says, rather than immediately taking offense to it. That being said, I do understand the satire you were aiming for, and it did work for the most part. May Allah, grant you success and keep it up.

Hussam Hariri said...

amazing wallah, lol!

Tarek Fatah I clashed with him 9 years ago when I was just starting my first year at the university! He's married to a Shia woman. I fought with him AND his daughter then over Islamic issues, hahaha!! Indeed, he DOES deserve to be Idiot #1!!!

Now this is an article to keep!!

Notice how Naseeb and MWU work hand in hand, eh!!

DrMaxtor said...

Salam Aliakum Hussam,
I would to hear the details of your run in with Fatah. Please divulge the details.

SwordsWoman said...

Salaams DrM...super post. I had my own duel with Hasandaddy aka Muhammad Ali Hasan...truly an evil fruit born from a rawafid whore and shaytaan...

I am in the process of filing a legal claim against Naseeb.com for many things including privacy, data protection and security violations. One of their admin staff hacked into my Naseeb account (Rozaiba, an Ismaili heretic), blocked it and were using my profile to send people messages.

Bottom line they couldn't take the truth and the Naseeb sheep got slaughtered. That site is one of the most Anti-Islam sites I have ever witnessed.

Abu_Tamim said...

Salamu 'alaykum.
I will put up some of your articles on my blog, Inshallah. Hope that I have your permission.
www.drabutamim.blogspot.com
Wa salam.
A_T