Hamza Andreas Tzortzis


BLASPHEMY

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“Death penalty for apostasy, death penalty for blasphemy, right? Islam condones a death penalty for both of those crimes, right?

Tzortzis: “Yes it does, yes.”

HOMOSEXUALITY

Hamza Tzortzis - Homosexuality Crime

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Homosexuality is not unnatural but is it a crime?

“However, Islam just like any other way of life has a frame of reference. Most Western countries have laws that prevent the sexual abuse of children, polyandry and cannibalism. If it were argued that these crimes were really an expression of human nature, most would reject them as completely inappropriate actions.

Islam, like many other spiritual traditions, argues that homosexuality is not the right way to manifest the instinct of procreation. It is a behaviour that negates the Islamic vision of society which is one of extended families connected by marriage between men and women. Hence Islam has viewed the public expression of homosexuality as a crime and as a result has placed a mechanism in which to protect its vision for society.

Homosexuality is just one of many sexual practices that do not fit with the Islamic vision of society such as sex outside of marriage, wife-swapping and swingers parties! Many Muslims have had their own internal struggles with expressing their procreation instinct. With their conviction in the Islamic way of life, they have successfully re-constructed their dispositions to be in line with what they love, agree with and submit to – Islam.

Some people object to Islam making the public expression of homosexuality a criminal act. This is subjective and only strikes a chord amongst those who cannot escape the social constructs in their own societies.

There are societies past and present which accepted paedophilia and canabilism as normal parts of human life and they would find Western society oppressive preventing them from carrying out these practices. Like-wise some societies may view the legalisation of abortion and the enslavement of animals for human purposes as barbaric too.

Do you believe that rape and murder are relatively bad? Surely not, that would indicate that they can also be relatively good! Hence those who claim that making homosexuality a criminal act is wrong are totally inconsistent as they would have to objectively show that it is wrong – however they can not do that because, as discussed, that would mean they would have to believe in God – in any case, God says its wrong.”

OFFENSIVE JIHAD

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“An Islamic State would commit to progressive Jihad, and will use war as a last resort – when diplomacy fails – to really liberate people from oppression. In addition to remove the tyranny of injustice and to show the people what Islam really is and how Islam can truly make their lives and society better – even if they do not become Muslim.

The Islamic belief is not forced upon people once land is taken, 1400 years of history bears testament to this…”

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  1. Actually I see eye to eye with you brother Hamza in every point you have mentioned except in the expression :” We as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech” In Islam we have Shoura , which is the essence of Democracy, everybody’s opinion is welcome. In addition to that , everybody in islam is required to know Islam and use his reason and rationality of course with the guidance of Allah to clarify the Deen for others. Hence , he is allowed to express his or her interpretation of the words of God , if he is wrong he’ll be corrected by his brothers nd sisters nd if he is right , his views will be adopted by generations nd generations after him. Thank you 🙂 and Jazaka Allahu Khayra


  2. Galib Ramathan

    January 8, 2013

    In the name of Allah the most Gracious and the most merciful——–

    January 8, 2013

    Galib Malik Ramathan
    1626 Weston Road Unit B1 Toronto, Ontario
    M9N 1T9, Canada E-Mail galibramathan1979@hotmail.com

    To Whom It May Concern:

    My Dear Brothers/Sisters in Islam

    Assalamu Alaikum wa-Rahmatullahi wa-Barakathu

    My name is Galib Ramathan. I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on January 1st 1981. I am from a poor Muslim family. I have a problem and I need some help from my Muslim brothers and sisters. I am sick I have a mental problem. I am not feeling well, I suffer mental illness called Schizophrenia; I am unable to work or to go to school because of this illness, Presently, I am taking a medication. I have a family doctor in Toronto, Ontario

    I don’t have any relatives in Canada. My relatives are living in East Africa Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania. I would like to visit with my relatives and spend more time with them to feel much better. Now I am a Canadian citizen but I do not have money for airline ticket. My airline ticket it cost $1650.00 including everything. I am going to Tanzania in order to improve my health condition to feel much better for that reason I am requesting any Zakat.

    Whatever Zakat you can afford please send me a cheque with my name on it at above on the top of this letter. I wish I had this airline ticket it makes me comfortable and happier. I am planning to go to Dar-Es Salaam, Tanzania on February 15, 2013 insha-Allah. May Allah make it easy for me.

    Any amount of money that I can get will be greatly appreciated. Please don’t ignore me as long as we are Muslim brothers and sisters. Anyway you can help me I will be greatly appreciated. May Allah will give you more than you give me and May Allah will help you and reward you. Please donate to me generously and kindly. And please try to get back to me as soon as possible with good news.

    I am requesting for help for the sake of God. I need your help and would you please help me in this situation? I would like to have a chance to live happily and to experience no frustration due to my illness. I am very desperate for your help. If you don’t help me who will?

    Thank you, for your understanding and May Allah bless you and your family.

    Jazak Allaah Khayran

    Yours truly,
    Galib Ramathan

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