It’s easy to forget the facts when our world is being filled with smoke and mirrors about Islam and ISIS.
Muslim lawyer, Qasim Rashid, absolutely schooled a white supremacist after he asked him: “Where’s the Christian version of ISIS and every other religion then?”
This white supremacist really set himself up to fail and revealed he was living in a lovely, fluffy delusion about Christianity and how many millions of people it had enslaved, tortured and raped.
A white supremacist DM'd me claiming Islam is violent & taunted me to show "where's the Christian version of Isis?"
This was my response. pic.twitter.com/YgvbrTjzCi
— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) April 3, 2017
As a sharp reminder to him and the rest of the world, Rashid listed numerous Christian and European movements that have terrorised non-Christians.
The list goes on and on, and with each bullet point the mounting number of facts become almost overwhelming.
If you listen carefully, you can probably hear the white supremacist gulping for breath as he chokes on his own poorly chosen and completely baseless assertion…
The list includes evidence from sources such as the FBI, 392 different policing agencies and the UN, making the point that ‘the KKK still exist, Nazis still exist, and Aryan nations still exist’.
To my fellow Christians, own this: https://t.co/S4Y6jEf4SL
— Dan Rosado (@_danielrosado) April 3, 2017
So before you question any Muslim about ISIS (which btw is the result of that Iraq bombing and not the result of the Qur’an) please check yourself.
Pretty sure it was Jesus who said something about motes and beams and judge not lest ye be judged’.
I am a pastor and i approve this message https://t.co/aCjrFBcuxM
— Luke (@TheologicalDino) April 3, 2017
Rashid tweeted his response and received over 44,000 retweets, as well as floods of positive responses from both Muslims and Christians alike.
Well, it’s safe to say that white supremacist was left completely floored. Facts will always stand up against irrational hatred.
Let’s all educate ourselves on all history, not just the white-washed version.