Earlier this week I posted my review of Muslim 'scholar' Kazi Mahmood's latest anti-American diatribe called 'USA Above The Law'.
Well, the author of the aforementioned tome has apparently stopped smacking his head into the floor at his neighborhood mosque long enough to stop by PI, and leave some 'fawning' remarks.
Let's have a look, shall we?
What a name you gave yourself. In the mean time, thank you very much for your valued comments. I really appreciate them so much that I will put the story you wrote on my own webzine...no harm done! This will surely teach you that Kazi is a journalist and fears no truth but Allah. (Ed- emphasis added)
Kazi sets a new world speed record for how fast one can make a factual error in a comment--he thinks my name is 'Infidel'. For your information, Mr Mahmood, there is no one at this site who writes under the name 'infidel.' My blogging name, for your information, is and has always been 'the Anti Jihadist'. If that's too long for your addled thinking processes, Kazi, 'AJ' is also acceptable.
In case anyone wasn't sure what site this is, like Mr. Kazi, 'Pedestrian Infidel' is the name of this website ( I thought the big banner at the top of the page made that quite clear), NOT of any of the individuals who blog here (the top of the sidebar explains who our team members are very clearly). But let's be fair. These distinctions are probably too fine for our esteemed visiting Muslim 'thinker' to understand.
And another thing...the self-admitted member of the Religion of Fear likes to refer to himself in the third person in his own writing, more than once. Aint that a kick in the head?
Otherwise, what you say about Kazi is not necessarily true as it feels and weights that of an ignorant who do not really know what to say about Kazi but to show hatred and a real psycho attitude to 'character assassinate' a writer.
You should take time and be patient while reading my stories rather than being a jack ass and criticizing without thinking.
Having dispensed with his faux courtesies of his first paragraph, Kazi immediately gets to work mudslinging, name-calling and using pejoratives like they're going out of style. This is nothing more than the hallmarks of a writer whose rhetorical cupboard is as barren and lifeless as the desert where Islam first sprang itself upon an unsuspecting world.
Besides, the U.S.A. is a real danger under G.W. Bush the monkey. Yes he believes he is from monkeys...naturally speaking! You can't blame Muslims for reacting to the perverse anti-Islamic agenda set by the Neocons and the Bush administration. You cannot be that ignorant to be 100% on the side of the U.S.A. without even thinking of the bad this country is doing to the world!
Reading this sort of, ahem, 'thinking' is like watching a building burning down in your neighborhood. Horrifying and somehow morbidly fascinating at the same time.
Come on, be realistic. Rather than doing a Kazi bashing, you would be better off appreciating the efforts that I am making as writer to tell the Americans that they are wrong and they should change. Change course now before it’s too late and causes too much damage to humanity. This is what the book "The U.S.A. above the Law" is about.
Name-calling and also beseeching us to 'be realistic' at the same time. What chutzpah, Mr Kazi.
Bear in mind, dear readers, at no time in my book review did I stoop to Kazi's level and make personal attacks. Instead, I opposed Kazi's arguments with carefully marshaled information designed to show the fallacies of his pathetic 'the US is the root of all evil' thesis. Kazi can counter nothing that I've written about earlier and, in essence, has tacitly admitted the veracity of my facts by totally ignoring them. All he can do in his defense is whine and complain of 'Kazi' bashing.
You would do yourself a favor to promote the book and buy a copy for yourself for what is inside this book will make you change your mind in your blind, irrevocable and stiff support for a jack ass low IQ slow talker man called George Bush Jr.
No thanks, Mr Kazi...I have much better places to spend my money than to waste it on logic-free drivel like yours.
Yet again Kazi makes another typical Muslim error, namely by claiming that, in effect, "Anyone who is pro USA is automatically pro Bush." Wrong again, sir. If there is any pro Bush sentiment on Pedestrian Infidel, I have yet to find it...and I'm one of the site admins. PI has taken Dubya to task any number of times for his stances on illegal immigration, his ill advised 'light unto the Muslim' projects in Iraq and elsewhere, and his stunning ignorance of Islamic ideology in general. And we don't just pick on Shrub junior, either, when it comes to Western leaders.
But what else can we expect from Muslim writers like Kazi? Don't expect these people to do anything even remotely resembling fact checking. Rather, he's much more interested in hurtling accusations and conducting his scholarly jihad.
So, who is worse? The jihadists who actually trigger their suicide bombs? Or the men like Kazi, who excuse, minimize, and glorify such wanton murder and mayhem in the name of his Allah?