El-Mo, fresh from praising Robert Mugabe and losing lawsuits against Mark Steyn, is now calling himself an imam and offering courses in… oh, you read it:
Fifty years ago, physical fitness had yet to become a household phrase. Today, people return from holidays, lament the weight they’ve gained, and talk about their plans to get in shape for the new year. Professor Mohamed Elmasry envisions just such an evolution for the concept of spiritual fitness, a phrase he has coined — and copyrighted.
Dr. MOHAMED ELMASRY is a highly distinguished University of Waterloo computer engineering scholar and consultant who has authored or co-authored 16 books and more than 500 papers. He has served on many professional and charitable boards and committees, and won numerous Canadian and international awards. Well-known as the national president of the Canadian Islamic Congress and a part-time imam, Mohamed credits his own spiritual fitness and his practical approach to spirituality for providing the foundation that supports his visions and struggles in his life’s work. He shared that wisdom in his 2003 book, Spiritual Fitness For Life: A Social Engineering Approach — ‘social’ as in ‘friendly’, and ‘engineering’ as in ‘planning well’.
Jezuz in a rainhat. What a dimwitted, tin-earred, opportunistic, grasping old freak.
Can El-Mo led Learning Annex courses in “hot yoga” or “tantric sex” be far behind? How about a pun from Mark Steyn about “tantric sex” and “far behinds”? And then another lawsuit! Hoorah!