Who do Muslim Mullahs consider ‘Kaafirs’? They often lie, but this UK documentary exposes what is really said in Mosques.

On my Indian ZeeNews TV show, ‘Fatah Ka Fatwa’, Indian Mullahs and even supposedly liberal Muslim feminists dodge the truth and lie that Kaafir is not a pejorative word to demean non-Muslims, i.e. Christians, Hindus, Jews, and Atheists.

Now hear for yourself what happens in British Mosques where sermons are in English and cannot be hidden behind claims of incorrect translation of Arabic or archaic Urdu.

20 comments for “Who do Muslim Mullahs consider ‘Kaafirs’? They often lie, but this UK documentary exposes what is really said in Mosques.

  1. emon
    January 22, 2017 at 12:19 PM

    me aapse ek sawal puchna cahtiho ye he ki,,,, ye fatwa kiya he,,,,, fatwa ka matlab kiya he?
    aur aap ko kiya lagta he,,, ek parfect muslim kese ho ja sakta he?,,, aur kiya koyi iye kafir word use na kare to assa hoga?

    • ABC
      January 25, 2017 at 1:04 PM

      Aap hi bata do aap hi jada philosopher lag rahi h jo itna akkad ke puch rahi ho tumhe ni pata tum fatwa kisko mante ho or fatwa hota kya h sala tum log mosque me jate ho or vaha tum logo ko lecture diya jata h ki Hindustan ko kaise destroy karna h jis thali me khate ho ussi me ched haat suar ki tatti mathe pe laga aa tu

      • bhaskar
        February 9, 2017 at 5:38 AM

        sahi bat

  2. Kamal
    January 22, 2017 at 12:30 PM

    Military should take over UK and kill all these mullah and their followers.and give them ultimateum either convert to other religion or die

    • Emon
      January 22, 2017 at 12:42 PM

      Kamal,

      You are right. vhang pi rakkah he tu,,,, jawo gow mata ki peshab(urine) kha ke aw aur uski beta Modi ji ko puja kar ke awo.

      Aur thoda sa cow ka gobar matha pe laga aw saab theek ho jayega,,,,

      Emon
      emonctgpta@gmail.com

    • Rohit
      January 23, 2017 at 4:20 AM

      Absolutely correct these people should know that being in someonelse country and trying to convert everyone and slowly increase there population will soon get them in trouble

  3. Indian
    January 22, 2017 at 2:14 PM

    Great ,do u know about mission 2025.do it is related to narvay brivik the convict.

  4. xyz
    January 22, 2017 at 7:21 PM

    Bade chalo

  5. Sharad Tripathi from Ayodhya
    January 22, 2017 at 7:50 PM

    Salutations to you Sir.
    By the way, here goes only a kind request to extend Fatah ka Fatwa (so called Fitna😁) upto 1 hour. As it may be more helpful while clearing the issues.
    Most eye-opening and more enjoying program.
    Khuda Hafiz.

  6. Asif
    January 22, 2017 at 11:25 PM

    Dear Tarik,

    This is nothing new and also no-news to any muslim who has been to any mosque here over the period of the past fifty years in the U.S.A. where I reside and any of the western world’s mosques, I’m sure just like it is the case world over in mosques. It has been my considered opinion and a long held view that we must get serious and must take radical and tough measures to eradicate the gross intolerance of the adherents of Islam. If any mosque is found out out to be preaching such sermons the mosque should be bulldozed and individuals be sentenced to hard labor in solitary confinement for at least ten years. That ought to take care of the problem facing our societies in the west.

    As far as those of us who consider ourselves muslims in the west must submit ourselves to acknowledge all citizens’ equality before the law and should be made to denounce any affiliation to either the Wahabbi or Salafists sects (for these sects must be outlawed world-wide for they are truly death-cults “purity in evil” masquerading as religions.)

    This macabre craziness has gone on far too long and for the sake of world peace, no less, it’s time to denounce any association of the absurd slogan of mainly muslims know-nots that has come to be mimicked by their western enabler politician know-nots that “religion of peace” with Islam. Get this, very clearly, Islam can’t help doctrinally: it seeks the supremacy by the means of Jihad. This is sickness cum rationality? I can’t follow in good conscience any of this:

    1. Segregation of sexes.
    2. Hijab, perda, burqa, enforcement.
    3. Dhimmitude for the Christians and Jews (the so called concession for the peoples of the book), get this, as a “favor”.
    4. Foreign funding (especially Saudi Arabian) of any mosques in the west must be prohibited. They must get local funding.
    5. Mullahs must be clean shaven and must not wear non-western attire or pajama-outfits or man-dresses with baggy pants aka that abominable (unisex) Shalwar (which induces men to suffer the uncontrollable urges to scratch testicles in the most inopportune times.)
    6. Mullahs or Imams, inorder to practice their trade must have a prerequisite of a B.A. in Liberal Arts discipline. (Education not vocation). Also must show fluency in at least two Occidental languages.

    Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Asif

    P.S. Our newly inaugurated President Donald John Trump had declared his commitment to eradicate Islam-o-faschism from the face of the earth. Thank you President Trump for your resolve, may God grant you a complete success in the endeavor.

  7. January 23, 2017 at 1:16 AM

    Nearly 30 years ago a then muslim friend who would have been hardly 15 years old then told me muslims will take over the whole world. I asked him perplexingly where the hell you got that idea from.

    He looked in my eyes secretively and trustingly and said “Imam said in the mosque” and Imam emphasizes on this every Friday. Well, he was right, just few years later, muslims made whole community of Kashmiri pundits refugees over night on 19th January 1990.

    In that year people in other parts of India and in the west had no idea and now ?

  8. Sadique
    January 23, 2017 at 2:54 AM

    Islam does not hold All Non-Muslims to be Kafirs

    Contrary to common belief, all non-Muslims are not Kafirs. Kafir literally means a ‘denier’. This term was only used for certain contemporaries of the Prophet.
    The word kafir has never been used in the Quran to mean either an unbeliever or an infidel. In fact, this term was applied solely to contemporaries of the Prophet, in particular, to people from the tribe of the Quraysh. The Prophet peacefully conveyed to them the divine message over a long period of time, but they refused to accept the truth of his words. God, therefore, declared those people, the contemporaries of the Prophet as Kafirs. The use of the word kafir for anyone other than the contemporaries of the Prophet is not, therefore, permissible.
    The most important thing to be grasped on this subject is that the word kafir denotes an individual rather than a certain race or community. It is in no way a group appellation. However, the generally held view is that those who are not Muslims are kafirs . This is an entirely baseless supposition. The word kafir is not synonymous with non-Muslim. According to Islam, the truth is that those who are not Muslims are simply human beings (insaan). We must look at them from that angle, rather than classify them as kafirs. The right way, according to Islam, is to call each community or group by the name it has adopted for itself. For instance, America will be called America rather than the country of the kafirs and so on.
    The Prophet of Islam received prophethood in 610. A.D. At that time all the people, save himself, were non-Muslims. When he addressed them to convey his message, he never said, ‘O Kafirs’, but rather ‘O man’ or ‘O people’ using the plural form. He continued to use this form of address throughout his life. That is, to him, all those who had not entered the fold of Islam were simply human beings.
    There are a number of examples in the Quran of references to communities or groups of those times in which the names, they themselves had adopted, were used. Never once was the word
    Kafir used . Here we give some examples from the sources of Islam.
    In the Meccan period, certain verses of the Quran were revealed which mention non-Muslims giving outside Arabia. For instance, at the beginning of Chapter 30, the Quran mentions the Byzantines who had temporarily been conquered by the Persians. The Byzantines at that time were Christians, but the verses do not say “the Byzantine
    kafirs who have been defeated,” but simply “the Byzantines who have been defeated”. Similarly chapter 105 of the Quran mentions Abraha, the non-Muslim ruler of Yaman, but it does not refer to him as a ‘ kafir ruler of Yaman’, but rather as the “man of the elephants”. (Abraha’s soldiers were mounted on elephants when he came to Makkah to attack the Kabah).
    There are certain injunctions in the Quran such as: “Fight the leaders of disbelief.” (9:12)
    This verse does not mean that you should start fighting whoever appears to you to be a ‘Kafir’. Such a war has never been fought in Islam, nor is it lawful in Islam. It would be sheer madness to take this Quranic verse in any such general sense.
    In this verse of the Quran, the word ‘Kufr’ is relates to certain events. That is, the cause of war is not the fact of others being “Kafirs”, but rather to their being aggressors. That is to say that this verse means that those of the deniers, who have waged war with you must certainly be fought, but as a matter of defence. The actual meaning of the verse is clear from the next verse of the Quran itself.
    At another place, the Quran has this to say: “Fight in God’s cause against those who fight you, but do not overstep the limits.” (2:190) That is, do not be an aggressor, fight only in defence. There are a number of such verses in the Quran, which show that war in Islam is not against Kafirs per se, but against aggressors. If someone is a ‘Kafir’, Muslims have been commanded to communicate to him the message of truth, peacefully, and as a well-wisher, rather than wage a war against him.
    To sum up, according to the Quran, kafirs were solely those of the Prophet’s contemporaries, who were directly called upon to accept the truth by the Prophet himself, and who still did not accept it. Calling anyone else a kafir, besides those particular individuals, is in no way lawful in Islam. Kafir was a term of reference, restricted in place and time, and which is no longer relevant. Now all are equally human beings and they have to be dealt with as human beings.
    Similarly, it is also unlawful or
    haram in Islam to single out some individual or group as unbelievers and then hate them or wage war against them. According to Islam, those who are not Muslims are still human beings. It is the responsibility of Muslims to convey to them the divine message peacefully and affectionately. War in Islam can be waged only against an attacker and nobody else.

    • Tarek Fatah
      January 23, 2017 at 3:07 AM

      Sadique,

      Despite what you say here, the fact is that millions of Muslims have died over history killed by fellow Muslims who have labelled them as ‘Kaafir’. In India, this term is most definitely used as a pejorative term to deride Hindus, yet we lie when confronted with the reality and resort to word games or ‘jalebi arguments’ in the words of Shazia Ilmi.

  9. emon
    January 23, 2017 at 4:09 AM

    fatah answer my question,,,,,, if you can,,, otherwise no need to answer,,,,, i have one suggestion to you that, when you ask answer to others in your program fatah ki fatwa,, let them to answer,,,,, we noticed that you did not stay clam and let them not to answer properly,,,, you always interfere to their talks ,,, that cause confusion,,,, I hope doing such things is not a strategy of you to win over them,,,, let them talk man,,,,, true will come out,,,,

  10. Rohit
    January 23, 2017 at 4:33 AM

    I have to say fateh sir this show has told me a lot about muslims .. i just wish muslims understand what is going on india and these islam is a religion it should not follow such cheap practices. Please please india lets fight this radical islam together hindus and muslims will have to fight together with a past of islams that is still haunting india.. if muslims dont realise this today it will be to late and belive me hindus will not be able to help them in future if they think growing in numbers will help them .. that will only make muslims week .. cause then they will soon be kick out of the countries they live in as they are only growing in numbers not educationally.

  11. MMI
    January 23, 2017 at 7:24 PM

    I saw the episode 3 of ‘Fatah ki Fatwa’ and I request Mr. Tarek to stay away from personal attacks. You have strong and right opinions but they become diluted the moment it gets down to finger pointing. Focus shifts to the way you are arguing rather than subject of argument. One can easily sense the growing opposition among Indian Muslims against you and it will not help your great cause. You found fault with all the panelist when discussing whether they see Aurangzeb as hero (one of the lady asked you how is it important now but either you did not answer or it was edited in the video that is available on YouTube. I could not see your reply). If your point is that they like Aurangzeb because he killed Hindus, they can directly hate Hindus. Why do they need Aurangzeb in-between. Please explain.

    Also, you seem to blame every Indian Muslim responsible for creation of Pakistan. Even if it is is true that their parents or grand parents supported Pakistan creation, there is no way the current generation can be held guilty for that. For example, I don’t have to share the same opinions as my grand father, My grand father lived in his time with his opinions. I live today with opinions reflective of today. You can’t hold Hitler’s grand children responsible for what Hitler did.

    Be a reformist who can persuade people to right direction rather than confrontational approach. If you keep confronting the Indian Muslim community, it is not too far that you are banned entry to India as pressure is building.

  12. Sagar Saini
    January 24, 2017 at 12:34 AM

    Tarek sir,
    I got to know about you after watching you on ABP news in “press conference”. After that I watched almost every debate on indian news channels. I came to know many things from your debates. I like your program “Fatah ka fatwa” and I hope you will start more programs in India for better understanding of historical facts and help to make better society in India.
    I’m a B.tech. student and I’m from a village. One day i asked my muslim friend that what is ‘kaaffir’ then he said me that all non-muslims are kaafir. Then he changed the topic. Next day I again asked same question then he said that the peoples who don’t believe in god are kaafirs.
    Sir,
    can you please tell me the actual meaning of kaafir.
    And what are your new programs in India.

  13. Suresh Kr Goenka
    January 30, 2017 at 9:50 PM

    Tarek ji,
    Please try to bring Asauddin Obaisi, our MP from Hydrebad, for panel discussion in your programme. He always use the word hamara (we) in arguments without clarifying what it means for him. We may indicate only Muslims and also all Indian peoples. Ask him to clarify what he really means by we.

  14. rana
    February 1, 2017 at 2:12 PM

    sir…with all due respect…i rrspect u a lot but confused if u really wanna consider all the inputs….how to contact u personally ?

  15. Chandrashekhar K
    February 5, 2017 at 1:29 PM

    Tarek Fatah saheb,

    I salute you for unabashedly standing for the truth. Everyone irrespective of their religion must seek and stand for the truth, for God is Truth. It is amazing to me that there are many Muslims who don’t like you for this; they think that you denigrate Islam and Muslims, but as a non-Muslim my respect for Islam and Muslims rises because of you. At a time when Islam world over badly needs positive icons to redeem itself from the huge crisis brought about by its misappropriation by the Saudis, we need not one but hundreds of Tarek Fatah-s to bring about a renaissance. I pray that you live long and leave a long-lasting footprint on the sands of time.

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