An important question to Abdel Moneim Mahmoud

Dear Moneim,

As an expression of friendship and respect to my friends and some visitors, I have put an end to the “Islam Electronica” project, and have removed both the video and MP3 file.

If you take the time to read the discussion that took place during the Project, you’ll realize that it occasionned a variety of opinions: some were cross, some were surprised but smiled at me, some were very happy, some were opposed but with a mind open to discussion, and… finally there those whose comments expressed nervosity and stiffness.

The loudest voice was the voice of a user called “Hatooma”. I incidentally came across other comments written by the same “Hatooma” under one of my other videos. In these comments “Hatooma” engages in a discussion with another friend.

The violence of his words is beyond imagination.

With my sincere apologies to all viewers, I must repeat these horrendous words :

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It doesn’t matter who runs the country, as long as it’s not this homosexual called Shenouda and his followers, those Coptic dogs. (Editor’s note: Shenouda is the name of the Coptic Pope).

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In the name of Allah the Great, I agree with you. Those homosexuals dream they will build their own government. They believe our country belongs to those who gave them birth. With Allah’s Will, we will soon brush them off and throw them in Mediterranean so that can swim back to Italy.

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Do you relate to these words as a human being, an Egyptian, a muslim or other than muslim ?
No. Of course you do not.

Do these horrific words remind you of similar ideologies, currently available on the markets of hate, violence, ignorance and murder ?

Yes, they do. These words have a face, a voice and several names. Zarqawi, Bin Laden, Ayman el Zawahiri.

Have you watched Ayman el Zawihiri’s latest video ? It resembles the previous ones: hate, violence, ignorance and murder.

I have a question: does Ayman el Zawihiri represent Islam ?

… no, he doesn’t.

Does he represent your ideas and your attitude in solving our political and social problems, your vision of what our relation should be with the West and the Arab world?

I would say “no” as well but I truly think that it isn’t that clear to many people, Egyptians, Arabs and Westerners.

Today, I believe we need to unite in clearly stating : “Ayman el Zawahiri, you do not represent me”.

I kindly request that you participate in this clarification effort, and that you display this message on your Website.

Many thanks,

Ahmad Sherif

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2 Responses to “<b>An important question to Abdel Moneim Mahmoud</b>”


  1. 1 Miguel Martinez August 21, 2007 at 3:42 pm

    They sound like many Italians I know speaking about Egyptians🙂

    It just means that keyboards and idiots tend to attract each other.

    Good luck for your lovely blog and greetings from Florence, Italy

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