(Picture taken from his NHL draft day.)
In the past I have stated that career choices of Muslims do not negate them from being part of the threat Islam is to us. Examples of this are when NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar taking a stand for Islam and speaking out against “Islamophobia”. Another being Muslims who were doctors joining the violent jihad.
Tonight we see another example which proves me right, as NHL player and Muslim Nazem Kadri has threatened to slash the throat of an opposing player!
To make matters worse, this is not the first time the wannabe Mohammad has made such a threat. He issued the same threat several years ago to NHL Swiss player Nino Niederreiter.
In fact, the Leaf prospect said yesterday that not only did Switzerland forward Nino Niederreiter not make any derogatory reference to his ethnicity or Muslim religion, he regretted not shaking Niederreiter’s hand after Sunday’s game.
Where could this two-time loser have gotten the idea from?
Could it be this?
Koran 47:4 Altafsir
So when you encounter [in battle] those who disbelieve, then [attack them with] a striking of the necks (fa-darba’l-riqābi is a verbal noun in place of the [full] verbal construction, that is to say, fa’dribū riqābahum, ‘then strike their necks’), in other words, slay them — reference is made to the ‘striking of the necks’ because the predominant cause of being slayed is to be struck in the neck. Then, when you have made thoroughly decimated them, bind, spare them, take them captive and bind firmly, the bonds (al-wathāq is what is used to bind [yūthaqu] a captive). Thereafter either [set them free] by grace (mannan is a verbal noun in place of the [full] verbal construction), that is to say, either show them grace by setting them free unconditionally; or by ransom, ransoming them with payment or with Muslim captives, until the war, that is to say, its participants, lay down its burdens, its heavy loads of weaponry and other things, so that either the disbelievers surrender or enter into a treaty. This [last clause] constitutes the ‘purpose’ of [enjoining the Muslims to] slaying and taking captive. So [shall it be] (dhālika is the predicate of an implied subject, [such as] al-amr, ‘the ordinance’, in other words, ‘the ordinance [of God] regarding them is as mentioned’). And had God willed, He could have [Himself] taken vengeance on them, without any fighting, but, He has commanded you to [do] it, that He may test some of you by means of others, from among them, by way of battle, so that the slain among you will end up in Paradise, while those [slain] among them [will end up] in the Fire. And those who are slain (qutilū: a variant reading has qātalū, ‘those who fight’) — this verse was revealed on the day of [the battle of] Uhud, after the dead and the wounded had become numerous among the Muslims — in the way of God, He will not let their works go to waste, He will [not] render [them] void.
Or maybe this?
Tafsir Ibn Kathir – The Campaign Against Banu Qurayzah
Then the Messenger of Allah commanded that ditches should be dug, so they were dug in the earth, and they were brought tied by their shoulders, and were beheaded. There were between seven hundred and eight hundred of them. The children who had not yet reached adolescence and the women were taken prisoner, and their wealth was seized.
As for the hit, Kadri got his clocked cleaned by a clean hit. But obviously it “offended” his “Muslim sensitivities”.
As for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the NHL, they have a potential Islamic terrorist on their hands. Their move….