Here is the list of people who get on my nerves:
Gamal El Bana (Egypt): The young brother of late Hassan Al Bana (founder of the Muslim Brotherhood).
He just keeps coming up with (and defending) the most weird, unheard of opinions about Islamic rulings. He seems to be living by the saying: "Oppose and you'll be known" (Khalef Tooaraf)!
Sample of his opinions: http://www.alarabiya.net/Articles/2006/03/09/21816.htm
Hassan Al Torabi (Sudan): Was part of the Sudanese government. Head of a Sudanese political party.
One day he says something and another he says the opposite. He and Omar Al Basheer (current President of Sudan) applied some laws in Sudan back in the 80s and 90s. Now he is criticizing the government and those same laws (after he was removed from the government). Not to mention his recent opinions about Islam laws.
Sample of his opinions: http://www.sudantribune.com/article.php3?id_article=15021
Ibrahim Issa (Egypt): A journalist, head of Al Doustour newspaper.
Although i like his political opinions and mockery, i really dislike the stuff he says when he talks about religion. I'll never forget when he accused sayedna Othman Ibn Affan of being unfair amongst other things. He also criticized the Prophet's followers. Too many details to discuss... thinking of it, is he a Shi'ee ?? Allaho Aaalam.
Mona El Tahawi (Egypt): A journalist living abroad (USA i think).
Not sure what her problem is with Islam rulings or anything that represents it. She just keeps launching offensive articles against islamic rulings and anyone who is an Islamist (no matter moderate or not). She of course attacks all Islamic groups like Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, ...etc.
She keeps on and on about how those islamists (in her opinion) if in control of the government, will force hijab (Islamic head dress for women) . When i read that i felt i wanted to say: "Is that the only thing you can worry about? is that the best you can come up with???!!
She even once said the meaning of: "if the MB took over Egypt, I won't go back to Egypt". As if we in Egypt are living in heaven and the MB will ruin it.
WOMAN! If by ture democracy the MB rule Egypt, then so be it!!!!
What really shocked me in one of her articles is that she was criticizing Hamas for many reasons (that's not the problem...) and in that same article she actually said: "And my friends In Israel when i was working there....bla bla"!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Yanharek Abyad! Rabena yekhalehomlek yakhty!).
The strangest thing she ever did (that proves how shallow her knowledge about Islam is) was her participation and defending of Omaymah (the lady that prayed as the imam of 100 men and women mixed up all together and while women had no veils on while praying, in New York a couple of years ago). I can understand if non-muslims find what she (Mona) said seems to be ok. Of course, if you know ZILTCH (nothing) about islamic rulings...Yes, you'll find it ok. But, for muslims this is too much to bear.
Trying to prove myself wrong, I failed to find one article for her that defends islam in anyway. Frankly, I stopped reading her crap!
Sample of her opinions: http://www.asharqalawsat.com/leader.asp?section=3&issue=9869&article=336705
To be continued...
Mood: Relaxed :)