Additional citations to back up his claims:http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/quran ... olence.htmhttp://www.usc.edu/org/cmje/religious-t ... h/bukhari/
I can't find the Bukhari he mentioned in the video, but maybe it's only available in Arabic.
WARNING: be very careful not to visit Muslim sites maintained outside the US. Very dangerous.
Ask questions here: http://forum09.faithfreedom.org/
. I was very active in it 7+ years ago, so you'll see some old posts there of mine. Not sure how far back they keep posts.
In one hadith Muhammad boasted, “I have been made victorious through terror”. Bukhari 4:52.220
As for the Bukhari verse that deals with allowing killing of children, women and babies... he didn't specify a verse and paraphrased it. But he was holding up Volume 4. So I did a quick google search and got this from answering-islam.org (I used a google cache since I wasn't sure of its status):
Narrated As-Sab bin Jaththama:
The Prophet passed by me at a place called Al-Abwa or Waddan, and was asked whether it was permissible to attack the pagan warriors at night with the probability of exposing their women and children to danger. The Prophet replied, "They (i.e. women and children) are from them (i.e. pagans)." I also heard the Prophet saying, "The institution of Hima is invalid except for Allah and His Apostle." (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 52, Number 256)
I.e., they are all the same—both the women and children are nothing more than pagans! The above narration is repeated in several, different hadith collections:
Chapter 9: PERMISSIBILITY OF KILLING WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN THE NIGHT RAIDS, PROVIDED IT IS NOT DELIBERATE
It is reported on the authority of Sa'b b. Jaththama that the Prophet of Allah (may peace be upon him), when asked about the women and children of the polytheists being killed during the night raid, said: They are from them. (Sahih Muslim, Book 019, Number 4321)
Keep in mind that the subheading is not part of the narration, it is added by the collector of the hadiths. In other words, the statement regarding the killing of women and children being permissible as long as it isn’t deliberate is not part of the narration. The hadiths do not explicitly say this, and yet the compiler assumed that this was the clear implication and meaning of these narrations.
Source: http://www.answering-islam.org/Response ... orism2.htm
!!!I have not verified that this is safe so use caution!!!!
There is a collection of all 9 volumes with English and Arabic on Amazon:http://www.amazon.ca/English-Translatio ... al-Bukhari
Although I have better things to do
at the moment than to pay $200 for all of that and read it. So yeah... I'll pass.