Iranian cleric: Albert Einstein was Shiite Muslim

Which is weird, but, whatever.

Ayatolla Mahadavi Kani says in a video circulating on social networks that the Jewish scientist found proof of his Theory of Relativity in the ascension of the Prophet Mohammed.

h/t Minicapt

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  • My God but they really are all deviants.

  • Impossible. He was too Jewish.

    Intelligence by association isn’t real intelligence.

  • universe

    Yeah,

    E=Mo Koran, squared

    Senile fool, you can tell he hates Jews.

    • winniec

      Jews probably hate him too…but they are all probably too busy laughing!

  • universe

    I suppose he’s now claiming it for the Muslims?

    • Frau Katze

      But of course, see any UFOs? Piloted by Muslims! It’s “universal”.

    • Xanthippa Socrates

      I don’t see why, since Muslims are forbidden – by a real fatwa – from going into space.

  • winniec

    Questions for Dr. Naik: Does semen come from the backbone or the testes as science has proved? Is the Koran wrong? Does the sun set in a muddy pool?

  • Minicapt
  • Sir Barrington Minge

    Intelligence bypass.
    I’d call him a fruit-cake, but that would be demeaning to fruit cakes.
    If this eidiot wants to believe the earth is flat then fine – just stay in the 7th century and shut up.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    The World must be so confusing, overwhelming to your average muzzle’em abid of the allahmeister.

  • tom_billesley

    Curvature of the earth is readily seen at an altitude of 60,000 feet.
    Better put all muslims on the no-fly list, just in case.

  • AlanUK

    Anyone hear about the Ancient Greeks?

    In the fifth century BC they firmly believed the Earth was a sphere (not totally correct but close enough). 400 BC Plato had an approximation for the size of the sphere.

    In the third century BC Eratosthenes determined the size of the Earth using a well, a rod and a camel to produce a circumference of 25,000 miles. Today, most scientists set the earth’s circumference at 40,096 kilometers (24,901 miles). This gives Eratosthenes’ estimate less than a one percent error—an excellent approximation of the earth’s circumference. This is just one of many sources:

    http://www.uh.edu/engines/epi1457.htm

    Beat that, Mohammad, with the sun setting into a muddy pool.

    • Knowing stuff is racist.

      • AlanUK

        I prefer it to being ignorant and/or stupid.

  • Exile1981

    Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naikhas been bared from entry into Canada since 2010.

  • Xanthippa Socrates

    About the flat Earth thing – that cannot be anti-Koran because Erdogan just told us that it was Muslim scholars who discovered that the Earth was round, long before Galileo (sic)