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Allah is an extremely powerful demon. He is a demon God. What Muslims are worshiping is actually a demon. They think they are worshiping God, they’re deceived, they’ve been fooled, so I don’t want to be hard on them, the Muslims have been fooled, they’ve been lied to, they’ve been deceived, they think they are worshiping the true God but they are worshiping a demon-god, this is according to the New Testament. You may disagree with me but there is no question that this is what Christianity teaches. So it’s fine if you take a different view, that’s fine, you’re entitled to your view, this is America; we have freedom of speech and freedom of thought. But from a Christian stand point, from a New Testament stand point, there’s no question that Muslims are worshiping a demon. Allah is a demon God. Remember Jesus himself believed in the existence of Satan, he took Satan very seriously, Satan is a very real being according to the New Testament, he’s out there, not some kind of shadowy, vague, powerless figure but he is the dark ‘prince of the power of the air,’ as the New Testament describes him, so that’s who Muslims are worshiping.

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 45 Comments [8/29/2012 3:59:22 AM]
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Reynardine

Allah and El are one, you dipshit, the God of Abraham, and the children of Hagar and the children of Sarah both worshipped him. Theoretically, so do you. Now get over it.

8/29/2012 4:09:22 AM

Swede

They worship the same god/demon as you do, numbskull.

8/29/2012 4:11:09 AM

LAchlan

I was going to write something then I saw who it was. Complete waste of time....

8/29/2012 4:14:16 AM

Filin De Blanc

How much do you want to bet that Fischer would agree with all the principles of fundamentalist Muslim theocracies if you just didn't tell him where they were from?

8/29/2012 4:15:41 AM

Leighton Buzzard

The Muslims say the same thing about you, Fischer. And how on Earth does the NT mention Islam?

8/29/2012 4:17:21 AM

Frostythesnowman

Right, so now Allah ISN'T a moon god and he was mentioned in the new testament at least 500 years before the birth of Mohamed. Got it, thanks Bryan.

8/29/2012 4:29:21 AM

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theology fail

8/29/2012 4:32:51 AM

Canadiest

Satan, being the construct that he is, can be said to be damn near anything. Not surprizeing since the Bible has very little to actually do with his image, the Satan most Christians fear is still that Panish, Greek Hades combination from older myths, twisted and reshaped to be the ultimate scapegoat.

Osama Bin Laden called America "the great Satan", not Bush mind, but America, using Satan in the context of a legion, a nation, the great advesary, the Anti-Christ is also envisioned as a nation. The more Abrahamic concept of evil.

Fundies are way more Pagan then they'll ever know.

8/29/2012 4:34:45 AM

OhJohnNo

"So it’s fine if you take a different view, that’s fine, you’re entitled to your view, this is America; we have freedom of speech and freedom of thought."

I feel inclined to be kind to this one for saying this.

8/29/2012 4:36:28 AM

Mystik Spiral

Islam & Christianity - not as different as you like to pretend, Bryan.

8/29/2012 4:40:46 AM

Ebon

They worship the exact same god you do in a not entirely dissimilar way, numbnutz.

8/29/2012 4:47:13 AM

Doubting Thomas

Allah is still the Abrahamic god.

It's almost amusing, though, to hear people like Bryan Fischer talk about Allah, God, Jesus, and Satan like they're all real people.

8/29/2012 5:27:31 AM

fapwank

Whatever name you call the driving force behind monotheistic omnicide during the entirety of human history when the majority of people ceased practicing polytheism, it's the same Demiurge to me.

PS: Jesus is one of the prophets of Islam in the Koran.

8/29/2012 5:34:03 AM

Mudak

Let's face it: the big difference between Islam and Christianity is that, although both holy books require that apostates, homosexuals, and adulterers be put to death, it's only the followers of Islam who follow through on those rules.

8/29/2012 5:51:14 AM

dionysus

Damn, so the God of Abraham is a demon? Then why do you worship him?

8/29/2012 6:18:09 AM

FELIX LÆTVS

I dare you to go preach that message in an Islamic state.

8/29/2012 6:26:25 AM

Kuno

Allah is an extremely powerful demon. He is a demon God. What Muslims are worshiping is actually a demon. They think they are worshiping God, they’re deceived, they’ve been fooled, so I don’t want to be hard on them, the Muslims have been fooled, they’ve been lied to, they’ve been deceived, they think they are worshiping the true God but they are worshiping a demon-god, this is according to the New Testament.[…]

So the NT mentions a “demon God” named Allah? That must be confusing as hell (pun intended) for Arabic speaking Christians…


8/29/2012 6:28:33 AM

Indicible

FFS, do you have any proof of the existence of demons? And no, the adventures of the Winchester brothers are not a documentary.

8/29/2012 6:32:20 AM

Horsefeathers

"Allah is an extremely powerful demon. He is a demon God. What Muslims are worshiping is actually a demon."

Well, now you've done it. You've gone and insulted your own god since, as anyone with a couple of brain cells and access to Google can tell you, the Christian god and Allah are the same fucking thing you ignorant jackass.

"They think they are worshiping God, they’re deceived, they’ve been fooled, so I don’t want to be hard on them, the Muslims have been fooled, they’ve been lied to, they’ve been deceived, they think they are worshiping the true God but they are worshiping a demon-god, this is according to the New Testament."

The New Testament mentions Allah? Well, I suppose the Arabic translation would, but still...

"You may disagree with me but there is no question that this is what Christianity teaches."

No, this is what your chosen religious leader teaches.

"So it’s fine if you take a different view, that’s fine, you’re entitled to your view, this is America; we have freedom of speech and freedom of thought. But from a Christian stand point, from a New Testament stand point, there’s no question that Muslims are worshiping a demon."

I think you should read up on the history of religion in that region of the world. It may give you a new perspective on things.

"Allah is a demon God. Remember Jesus himself believed in the existence of Satan, he took Satan very seriously, Satan is a very real being according to the New Testament, he’s out there, not some kind of shadowy, vague, powerless figure but he is the dark ‘prince of the power of the air,’ as the New Testament describes him, so that’s who Muslims are worshiping."

You appear to know very little about a lot of things Mr. Fischer.

8/29/2012 7:05:17 AM

John

from a New Testament stand point, there’s no question that Muslims are worshiping a demon.

How could the NT written in the 1st century claim Muslims are worshiping a demon when Islam didn't exist until the 7th century? Oh, I know, God magically foretold it to the Gospel-writers ...

Allah is a demon God

Why do dimwits continue to think "Allah" is the Muslim god's name? Do they think "God" is God's name? Do they think there are a whole bunch of different gods, a French one named Dieu and a German one named Gott, and an Arabic one named "Allah"?

8/29/2012 7:32:21 AM

JSS

Spanish people believe they can see an imaginary color: Rojo. The Spanish will oftentimes think to themselves and say to others that rojo is just our 'red', but they are actually deluded, and believe that they can see a color completely invisible to the human eye. What they are actually seeing is a color that a demon has allowed their eye to catch. I don't want to be too hard on the Spanish, but they've been fooled and lied to. They think this rojo exists but in reality it does not, and this is straight out of the English language. It is demonic to suggest this 'rojo' is a color. From an English standpoint, there is no 'rojo'. You can disagree with me all you like, but if you speak English you'd best take the responsibility that comes with it. If you are reading this, and you see 'rojo', you as well as the rest of the Spanish-speaking world must exorcise yourselves from the monster within you.

Makes just as much sense as your drivel, Bryan.

8/29/2012 7:38:43 AM

sandchigger

I'd love to see where, precisely, in the New Testament it mentions Islam.

8/29/2012 7:57:13 AM

pete

Ah yes. The voices in his head are leaking out of his mouth again. The funny part is that Mittens professes a religion that worships an alien, claims Jesus and Satan are brothers, and is wholly based on the rantings of a false profit. Will that prevent Bryan from pushing the Mormon over the black guy? No effing way.

8/29/2012 8:02:11 AM

Canuovea

"Allah" and "God" are not the same thing.

Each side says it is the same god, but each side attributes vastly different traits to this god so as to make them pretty much differing concepts.

8/29/2012 8:15:43 AM

Thinking Allowed

Allah = God. So are you saying Bryan that your god (which is called Allah in arabic) is a demon?

8/29/2012 8:42:22 AM
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