"The pilgrims would kill the Indians and then eat them – cooked, barbequed, made into kebabs, you name it…"
A respected Egyptian politician has stated that the American Pilgrims of Thanksgiving fame were actually cannibals who were renown for feasting on the flesh of American Indians, as reported by the news portal Front Page Magazine (via Google News) on March 7, 2013.
Recently speaking before cameras, the spokesman for the Third Islamic Forces Coalition, Dr. Hussam Abu Al-Bukhari stated:
"[The United States of] America was founded through the genocide of the indigenous people of North America, South America, and Australia.
American civilization was founded only after their complete annihilation."
Dr. Bukhari failed to cite how the colonization of Australia has any historical connection to the founding the United States.
The politician also neglected to point out that the indigenous people of North and South America actually have a greater population now as when compared to when Columbus first landed in the New World, hence no "complete annihilation" as charged.
Bukhari, who is also the founder of both the Coalition of New Muslims as well as the Egyptian Virtue Party (Hizb El-Fadil), cited a book by fellow Islamist Dr. Munir Akash entitled America: The Cultural Genocides noted:
"An entire chapter on how the Americans – or the British immigrants, who were referred to as 'pilgrims' – would kill the Indians and then eat them – cooked, barbequed, made into kebabs, you name it…
Not just that, sometimes they would killed them for the purpose of eating them."
While some undoubtedly wondered exactly when it was that American Indians were first introduced to shish-kebabs, the man who has also called for the forced conversion of Egypt's sizable Coptic Christian minority to Islam went on to state:
"Dr. Akash quotes studies from British, Australian, and American universities, showing that since Columbus and to this day, not a single document has proven that the indigenous people were cannibals.
On the contrary, the cannibalism emerged from English culture.
There were books explaining how to eat human flesh."
Quite to the contrary, many Indian tribes regularly engaged in cannibalism.
Examples include the Karankawas, Mixtecs, Westos, Cashibos, Aztecs, Yamasees, Anasazis, Ucayalis, Incas and most notable, the tribe whose name is the root word for cannibalism, the Caribe.
In regards to "books explaining how to eat human flesh," as previously covered by Examiner.com, a new Egyptian high school textbook cites Islamic law authorizing cannibalism:
"We allowed the eating of the flesh of dead humans … under necessary conditions.
It (human flesh) must not be cooked or grilled to avoid Haram (evil) … and he can kill a murtadd (apostate) and eat him."
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