Although Muslims often claim they belong to the “religion of peace,” their actions tend to prove otherwise. One of the most recent examples consists of a Muslim man declaring that saying “Merry Christmas” to one another is actually worse than killing someone.
According to the man, by celebrating Christmas and spreading its message, those involved are saying, “Congratulations on your false religion.” He further explains that saying “Merry Christmas” is actually worse than fornication, drinking alcohol, and killing people.
Right – because killing someone and drinking alcohol are even remotely as evil a deed as the next, but saying “Merry Christmas” — well, that’s justification for spending an eternity in hell (and that’s right, no 72 virgins either).
Of course, as we all know, this makes those who participate in the holiday tradition an infidel and worthy of a certain brutal and merciless death.
As the less-than-politically-correct folks over at Clash Daily wrote, “If you and your dense crew don’t like to hear Merry Christmas then move back to Suckistan.”
What do you think about what this Muslim had to say? Do his words discourage you from saying “Merry Christmas,” or will you now say it even more on general principle? Let us know in the comments.