Wafa Sultan is a Syrian-American psychiatrist who was born to devout Muslim parents. She experienced a life-changing event while she was attending medical school at the University of Aleppo in Syria. One of her medical school professors was murdered right in the middle of the classroom by members of the Muslim Brotherhood to cries of “Allahu Akbhar!”
Another significant event that led Wafa Sultan to ultimately reject Islam was the suicide of her niece. Wafa’s niece was forced to marry an abusive man who was over forty years of age when she was just 10-years-old—which is permitted, even required, under Islamic sharia law. Her young niece would return to her father’s home begging him to let her return home. But her father told her she must obey her husband, as the “prophet” Mohammed would require. At the age of 25, Wafa’s niece set herself on fire, which resulted in her death. She left four children behind.
Wafa emigrated to the United States, in 1989, with her husband and children. She later wrote an essay highly critical of Islam, which caught the eye of the Al-Jazeera news network. Wafa was invited to debate a Muslim imam.
Here’s Wafa’s debate on Al-Jazeera with the imam from 2008:
One of the points Wafa often makes in her writings and interviews is that she is not standing against all Muslims, but rather the doctrine of Islam. She points out that many Muslims in Islamic cultures do not know much about their own religion; especially women, since they are commonly treated like chattle and second-class citizens. According to Wafa, many Muslims living in Islamic cultures are illiterate—both men and women.
Furthermore, in many Muslim countries, the Koran is taught by rote in traditional Arabic. Since Islam encompasses many languages and ethnic groups, many Muslims have no idea what the Koran actually teaches. As Wafa often points out, when one studies the Qu’ran, the Hadith (traditions of Mohammed) and the Sira (biography of Mohammed), it becomes painfully apparent that Mohammed’s behavior and deeds are anything but peaceful—far from it. And yet, in Islam, Mohammed is seen as the “perfect man” who exemplifies the “perfect pattern for living” (Sunna).
Here is an interview with a Dutch reporter Wafa gave when she was in Denmark to support Geert Wilders during his trial for “hate speech”:
Wafa Sultan does not mince words. She clearly and unapologetically states that “Islam is the problem.” There is no “radical” or “extreme” form of Islam—just Islam, she says. Wafa also points out that politics and religion are one and the same in Islam. Islam is an entire civilizational doctrine, not just a religion.
People like Wafa Sultan have put their lives on the line attempting to warn the Western World on the dangers of allowing Islam to take over and destroy their freedoms and cultures. But make no mistake … the ultimate goal of Islam has always been, and is, the total domination of the globe.
What is it going to take for the West to wake up?
A good start is to educate oneself and others on the life of Mohammed, Wafa says. From my own research and discussions with ex-Muslims, the one thing that caused them to ultimately reject Islam was learning about the life of Mohammed. It is truly shocking. Trust me. But, then again, don’t trust me. Read it for yourself … then get back with me.
Wafa Sultan says shes cherishes every day of freedom that she now enjoys in the United States. She can now walk down the street without being escorted by a male—and not be considered a “whore.” She can sit alone in a Starbucks and enjoy a cup of coffee. She can freely converse with her male neighbor and not be accused of “adultery.” And she is quite adamant that Americans should never, ever take their freedoms for granted. They must stand up and staunchly defend their inalienable rights against one of the most violent, perverse and virulent ideologies to ever curse humanity: Islam.
You know, it is what it is. Being “tolerant” and “accepting” of backwardness, hate, oppression and unspeakable violence is not a virtue; it is a crime against humanity. The West will either learn now or later. But they will learn.