Rev. Franklin Graham
Daisy Khan (Society for Muslim Advancement)
Peter Gadiel, (son killed on 9/11)
Donna O’Connor (daughter killed on 9/11)
Brad Garrett (ABC security expert)
Robert Spencer (Jihad Watch)
Osama Bahloul (Imam in Tennessee)
Azar Nafisi (author)
Reza Aslan (author)
Gary Bauer (activist)
Ayaan Hirsi Ali (activist)
Anjem Choudary (from London)
Amanpour: should Americans be terrified of Islam?
Gadiel: yes they’re very scary
O’Connor: we should fear all criminals be they muslims, professional athletes, investment bankers or members of Congress
Amanpour: Franklin G you say Islam is wicked
Graham: Muslims want to build mosques and convert people here and since I don’t have that freedom in muslim countries America should be
like them and take away freedom
Amanpour: I see
Graham: I love muslims - I just think they are satanic
Bahloul: the oldest Christian churches in the
world are in Egypt and Syria
Spencer: Muslims don’t respect women
which is terrible
Khan: there are muslims serving in the American armed forces and the NYPD
Nafisi: I fled Islam extremism in Iran - but I came to America seeking religious freedom not expecting more religious repression
Graham: well you chose wrong honey
Aslan: I must say I’m surprised to hear Graham say he wants to replicate Saudi law here in the
Graham: look I was 8 years old when I first decided Islam was evil so I know what I’m talking about
- they burn churches!
Aslan: who is ‘they’ you idiotic bigot?
Nafisi: who is a real Christian - Sarah Palin,
Christine O’Donnell, Mel Gibson, the Pope?
Graham: oh sure single out the crazy ones
Graham: there are lots of wonderful muslims
Amanpour: then why do you say they are wicked
Graham: because Sharia law says you can beat your wife which Christians would never do
Khan: I quit a lucrative corporate career to
promote moderate Islam
Amanpour: that’s a hell of a choice
Khan: the terrorists didn’t just hijack a plane -
they hijacked a whole religion!
Choudary: let me just say that Islam has a solution for all of the problems that mankind faces
Amanpour: even 3-D movies?
Choudary: Allah condemns it!
Amanpour: what else?
Choudary: 9/11 was a reaction to US support for the Pirate state of Israel!
Amanpour: aye the torrrahhh
Choudary: I hate stereotyping - real Muslims must submit to the Creator!
Khan: I’m a real muslim too you twit
Choudary: hey Daisy you can’t be a vegetarian
and eat beef
Khan: hey dipshit who died and made you King of Islam?
Choudary: put on a burka baby
Graham: I like that dude
Choudary: let the flag of Islam fly over the
Graham: there you see what I mean - help help
I’m being repressed
O’Connnor: I’m no expert but it seems to me that there are good and bad people in all religions
Graham: they believe that Sharia should govern all the world which is a terrible attitude since we all know right-wing Christianity should rule America
Aslan: dudes get a room
Graham: young males come out of mosques and are all suicide bombers and they want to destroy America
Hirsi Ali: Islam has a political side and is
very very dangerous
Amanpour: should we be scared?
Garrett: terrorism is minor compared to real threats like Sharktopus or Michael Bay
Gadiel: I’m not saying Islam is evil - I’m just saying that we should be assume all Muslims are
secret terrorists who are planning to kill white Christian Americans
Amanpour: what about freedom?
Gadiel: How do we know Daisy Khan is not engaging in takia lying for the purpose of
furthering radical islam
Khan: this is shocking - I’m not a terrorist
Gadiel: why should I believe you?
Khan: you call me a murderer but you don’t know me or what takia even means
Gadiel: It means lying for the purpose of furthering your religion
Khan: why would I do that?
Gadiel: aren’t you instructed to do that?
Khan: no I’m not you moron
Gadiel: I just assumed - Christians do it all the time
Amanpour: are you saying she’s a terrorist?
Gadiel: no but I’m just saying we should drown her and if she floats she’s a witch
O’Connor: you ask for moderate muslims to step up and yet Daisy is moderate and you attack her
Khan: you make it hard for moderates when you call me an extremist and lump me in with Al Qaeda
Ali: you’re not a victim - you’re on tv
Khan: I’m not the one with a bodyguard Hirsi
Bauer: well she needs one and you don’t
Khan: oh I need one - I live in NYC
Bauer: New York City is a wonderful tolerant place which is why I despise it
Bauer: Muslims are inherently violent people
as we all know
Amanpour: so why not promote moderate muslims like those building a mosque near ground zero
Bauer: I like that mosque and believe that should be built anywhere in New York City -- except ground zero because that is where evil men worship death
Amanpour: enough about Dick Cheney
Bahloul: our mosque in Tennessee was vandalized and we’re peaceful people!
Bauer: so you claim
Amanpour: politicians are exploiting fear of Islam
Bauer: no Muslims are cheaply playing the
Amanpour: but does all the anti-muslim rhetoric
lead to violence?
Bauer: no because synagogues are being desecrated in Europe!
Spencer: Muslims are vandalizing their own mosques to make people feel sorry for them
- well we’re not going to fall for it ragheads!
Aslan: that asshole is crazy and a liar
Spencer: 80% of mosques are violent
Amanpour: where does this anti-Islam feeling
Aslan: silly neo-nazis and bigots
Spencer: some guy somewhere a long time ago said something stupid therefore all muslims are bad
Amanpour: okay then
Amanpour: why are you opposed to a moderate community center in an old Burlington Coat factory in lower Manhattan
Gadiel: because radicals could take it over!
Amanpour: but is there any evidence that would happen?
O’Connor: it’s not at Ground Zero and it’s not a mosque it’s a community center - but in any case this is supposed to be free country isn’t it?
Graham: this woman is throwing American values of freedom and liberty out at us - but we all know those are outdated
Khan: so now we have Muslims defending American freedom more than Franklin Graham!
Graham: they shouted Allah Akbar!
Amanpour: Daisy will you move the community center?
Khan: no because American values should prevail
Amanpour: and that’s the end of this