Essay: Richard Dawkins vs. Barack Hussein Obama and Islamacists

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Due to his Islamophobia, has Richard Dawkins begun to distrust Barack Hussein Obama? Despite Dawkins' Islamophobia, I thought they were both liberals.

The New Atheist Richard Dawkins is terrified of Islam (see: Richard Dawkins and Islamophobia).

The Guardian's article Richard Dawkins, 'Islamophobia' and the atheist movement declared:

Meanwhile, Dawkins...has taken to spouting the sort of rhetoric that wouldn't seem out of place at a BNP meeting. I'll be charitable, and suggest that his swiftly-deleted retweet of a link to a website that exposes the 'secret Islamist infiltration of the Obama administration' was a slip of the mouse.[1]

The New York Times states:

Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it’ll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset."[2]

There you have it folks! What more proof do we need? Cased closed: "secret Islamacists infiltration of the Obama administration". Checkmate Dawkins detractors and atheist Muslim sympathizers! Barack Hussein Obama has been busted!

As can be seen HERE and HERE and HERE, the Islamacists in Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan and Pakistan have completely squashed what little interest there was in Richard Dawkins. No doubt the Islamacists were assisted by the Barack Hussein Obama administration which was secretly infiltrated by Muslims!

We know that history is not Dawkins' strong suit nor is the strong suit of many atheists. Has Richard Dawkins' Islamophobia turned him into a conspiracy nut?

John Lennox pointed out to New Atheist Richard Dawkins that Dawkins claimed in his book The God Delusion that Jesus may have never existed and that Dawkins errantly claimed that ancient historians have some disagreement on whether Jesus existed or not. After some additional discussion with Dawkins, Dawkins conceded that Jesus existed and said, "I take that back. Jesus existed".[3]

Although Richard Dawkins changed course in his debate with John Lennox and admitted that Jesus existed, as far as the resurrection of Jesus Christ, does Dawkins believe that Jesus' apostles died for a lie due to a conspiracy?

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