If you do not talk out about a problem you become a part of that problem. To that end do not tell me there are moderate and well meaning Muslims. Unless they denounce the evil done in the name of that sick, evil and ancient political ideology they are a part of it. Period.
Imagine an idea so awful, so terrible, it has killed 270 million people. If that doesn’t frighten you, nothing will.
I’m talking, of course, about Islam. It is an undeniable fact that standard Islamic doctrine preaches jihad violence for the purpose of subjugating the entire human race and achieving world domination under Muslim rule. It is this drive for sharia supremacy that has killed 270 million people since Islam began in the 7th century.
By standard Islamic doctrine, I mean the Quran, the sayings of Muhammad (hadiths), and consensus among Muslim scholars. The Quran instructs Muslims to “Make war on them until idolatry shall cease and God’s religion shall reign supreme.” (Quran 8:40) Muslims believe the Quran is the literal word of Allah who said, “I shall cast terror into the hearts of the infidels. Strike off their heads; strike off the very tips of their fingers.” (Quran 8:12) Those are just two of the many passages imposing a religious duty on all Muslim to kill all nonbelievers or conquer them and make them second-class citizens in their own lands (dhimmitude).
It is often argued that Islamic jihad violence is a misinterpretation and perversion of Islam by fringe groups, but there are examples of Muslims themselves admitting mainstream Islamic doctrine is the source of the problem. In fact, Egypt decided to stop teaching certain passages from the Quran and other Islamic scripture in its schools because the passages promote terrorism.
Standard Islamic doctrine has produced untold numbers of violent attacks against non-Muslims all over the world for the last thousand-plus years. The followers of Muhammad staged mass executions and genocides in Islam’s early history and their war against the rest of humanity has continued unabated right up to the present day. There is a direct line, for example, from the Islamic genocide of Hindus in India around the year 1000 to the Islamic attack on Mumbai that killed 164 people and wounded 300 more in 2008. Standard Islamic doctrine continues to inspire attacks today – Omar Mateen spoke about jihad before killing 49 and wounding 58 more in the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando in 2016. A researcher found 78 ideologically motivated murders and attempted murders with Islamic religious overtones in the United States between 1977 and 2020.
So, you see, there really is something to be afraid of this Halloween. You should be afraid of standard Islamic doctrine that has killed 270 million people in its history and seeks dominion over all of humanity. You should also be afraid of today’s proponents of Islam who have a religious duty to lie to you (taqiyya) and do so without compunction. They say the silliest things, like jihad is just a spiritual struggle against eating too much cheesecake. You should also be afraid of your own government – the Biden administration, Senator Dick Durbin, and agencies like the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security all of which are spreading the Big Lie white supremacy is the biggest internal security threat we face today. They are deliberately deflecting attention away from the very real threat of Islamic doctrine, by using this ploy.
If you are interested in learning more about the threats posed by standard Islamic doctrine, there is a short story on my personal website Liberato.US – ‘Spooked’ – that, in the words of one reader, “exquisitely and in vivid detail encompasses the entire moral and human case against the myriad evils of Islam.” Filled with unforgettable characters drawn from real life – actual victims of Islamic atrocities – ‘Spooked’ later became a radio theater play the link to which is on the short story page on my website.
One last word: before you are too quick to label me an ‘Islamophobe’, consider what CAIR – the Council on American-Islamic Relations – said on the subject of Islamophobia. “It is not appropriate to label all, or even the majority of those, who question Islam and Muslims as Islamophobes.” (CAIR Report 2013, Legislating Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States, p. ix).
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