He’s going after him because he’s a disgruntled ex-employee, it’s quite obvious. I only like his content when he’s going after Islamophobes and secular-liberalism.Man I actually really like Omar and his videos, I still watch them from time to time they're such an iman booster. I do know why Daniel is going after him though
How he is disgruntled when he quite literally btfo all of them with zero chance of return?He’s going after him because he’s a disgruntled ex-employee, it’s quite obvious. I only like his content when he’s going after Islamophobes and secular-liberalism.
He used to work for Yaqeen and even agreed to their terms and policies of being a diverse platform before he stopped working for them (or he might have been removed) which is why people call him a “disgruntled” ex-employee because his motives are clear.How he is disgruntled when he quite literally btfo all of them with zero chance of return?
It's a real shame though because I used to watch YQ seerah lectures and learned a good deal
well I was waiting to finish the part 2 before I comment... there's a part 2 they just released with a different title....
but I've been openly against Yasir Qadhi for years... all this is just confirming what I've been saying
He used to work for Yaqeen and even agreed to their terms and policies of being a diverse platform before he stopped working for them (or he might have been removed) which is why people call him a “disgruntled” ex-employee because his motives are clear.
He hasn’t really “btfo” them, he’s either distorting them or over-exaggering their “evil.” According to this joker, if you support a certain politician for pragmatic reasons (Ilhan Omar for example), that suddenly makes you an LGBT supporter and you must endorse all of their views or you must support LGBT rights or you must be a liberal who tolerates the spread of these issues. This fallacy is called guilty of association and it’s a stupid tactic on his part. If I vote for the democratic party because I feel like their good for Muslims far outweighs the bad as compared to the far right, does that suddenly mean I agree with LGBT, marxism or any degeneracy that the left endorses?
There’s no doubt that Yasir Qadhi, Omar Suleiman and co make mistakes but I haven’t seen any mistakes that are enough to cancel them as heretics or deviants. Their track record speaks for itself and as an individual who has been following their work for years, I and most people have benefited tremendously from their work and I haven’t come accross anything that would suggest that they support LGBT or whatever the disgruntled ex-employee is accusing them with. At best, you can say their approach to these issues isn’t pragmatic and it’s wrong but to outright cancel them and accuse them of being an advocate for these issues is pure slander. The disgruntled ex-employee comes accross as a clout-chaser who wants to create drama and has his own nefarious agendas for attacking them.
What do the emails about Dr Qadhi say?“… The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The e-mails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the inner workings of a company that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal’s Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defence Intelligence Agency. The emails show Stratfor’s web of informers, pay-off structure, payment laundering techniques and psychological methods.” (our emphasis)
Dr Qadhi’s Response—–Original Message—–
From: “Kamran Bokhari” <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 15:20:25=20
To: ‘Fred Burton'<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: Did you get this one?
Despite our huge differences, I have a working relationship of sorts with the guy where he at least hears me out. He is struggling with his journey towards moderation and has been criticized by the traditional Salafists and of course the more radical ones as a deviant. The guy is highly interested in ownership over a modern Salafi discourse but he has some hangovers that will take time and support to get over. He has a large following among American and British youth. I can help our friends to get this guy to become comfortable with us. Given the Abdul-Muttalab case he is under pressure and we can use that to our advantage to have him help us identify the bad guys, assist with long-term monitoring, and perhaps even in the long run develop a Salafi ideology that doesn’t clash with the need to integrate in mainstream western life. He is a unique personality and it is hard to find people like him. Perhaps that is why the folks at NCTC invited him for their deradicalization event in ’08.
Source: The Global Intelligence Files, WikiLeaks, Released on 11-03-2013 (one email extract from the relevant chain)