In a lecture posted on the Internet on January 16, 2014, British Islamist Abu Waleed called to impose humiliating laws on the Christians in order to make them want to convert to Islam. The infidel should have to wear a red belt around his neck in the street and wear two different shoes, among other things, he said. That way, everyone will want to become Muslim, explained Abu Waleed.
Following are excerpts:
Abu Waleed: How many contradictions do the Charter of the United Nations and Islam have?
We take what Abdullah Ibn Abbas said, because he was a Companion, from the greatest commentators on the Koran. He said to take the jizya poll tax from the People of the Book. This completely contradicts, my dear brothers, the articles of the United Nations [Charter].
Article 2, paragraph 1, says that the organization is based on the principle of sovereignty and equality to all of its members. Equality to all of its members – is there such a thing in Islam? Is there equality of faith?
If we look at one hadith of the Prophet on the authority of Abu Huraira, Sahih Muslim… No Sunni Muslim could really argue against Sahih Muslim or Sahih Bukhari… "The Prophet said: Don't greet the Jews and the Christians before they greet you, and when you meet any of them on the road, force them to go on the narrower side of it." Imam Malik said the same thing as well.
In fact, Omar Ibn Al-Khattab – about whom the Prophet Muhammad said: "If there were to be another prophet after me, it would be Omar Ibn Al-Khattab"… In his own charter – not the Charter of the United Nations – in his charter with the people of the Levant, the Christians of the Levant, [it is stated] that infidels and Muslims were not allowed to wear the same clothes as one another.
If a Muslim comes out on the day of 'Eid and sees an infidel with nice clothes, the infidel has to take his clothes off and give them to the Muslim. When an infidel walks down the street, he has to wear a red belt around his neck, he has to have his forehead shaved, and he has to wear two shoes that are different from one another. He is not allowed to walk on the pavement. He has to walk in the middle of the road, and he has to ride on a mule.
This is only for adults, not for the children. You can see how Islam would make the child become a Muslim. The child growing up in a state of heresy would turn to Islam. Why? Because the child would be walking along with his dad, and would say: "Dad?" "Yes." "Why have you got your forehead shaved?" "I don't know, these Muslims make me do it." "Why can't you ride the animal like the Muslims, who ride like this? Why are you riding with both legs dangling on the side of the donkey?" "Why is it that every time a Muslim comes and asks you for your clothes, you give them?" "Why is it that every time he tells you to get down from the horse, you have to take it?"
No only that, but [Omar Ibn Al-Khattab] said that the infidels can have their churches, but they are not allowed to ring the bell. If a Muslim is walking by… let's say, for example that a Muslim has been on Edgware Road. He has had some nice shisha, some nice steak… No hubble-bubble – we don't deal with anything like that. He's walking along, rubbing his belly, and he's like: "Oh man, I don't want to upset my wife tonight." What can he do? He can go to the church, knock on the door, and say: "John, let me in." "Okay, no problem." John has to put up Abd Al-Ghafour for the night. Abd Al-Ghafour, with his big belly, having his nice kebab – John has to open up the church, and [allow him] to go and sleep there, nice and comfortable, and [he will] say: "John, thank you," and carry on going, early in the morning.
What wife is going to live with John under that type of circumstances? [She would say]: "What kind of dishonor is it for me to live with John, and Abd Al-Ghafour comes every Friday night and sleeps in our be as well?" Of course… Because Sunna is to look after the guest, right? I can't make you sleep on my floor… and you are a Muslim by the way…. So what about when Abd Al-Ghafour goes to John's house? [He will say]: "John, sleep on the floor, and I'll sleep in the bed."
What's going to happen? Tracy is going to be on the floor, thinking: "My husband has got his forehead shaved, and look at this one… He's like Al-Khattab…" Which one is more attractive – we're not gay, but I'm just saying… - a man with his forehead shaved, one belt around his neck, and two different colored shoes, or Emir Al-Khattab? Emir Al-Khattab, who we're talking about here now, with that nice Chechen hat, a big beard – a bit to the side… He's got the badges there: "There is no god but Allah." He's got a big gun. He's got a big camouflage jacket on, nice boots, and gloves as well. Even if he's got a couple of fingers missing, he still looks attractive.
What is Tracy going to do? John is in for a problem. He just let the Emir in for a kebab, and he lost his own wife as well. So everyone is going to become Muslims. That, my dear brothers, is the Islamic state.