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Where are the “Moderate” muslims?

I have often said that so-called “radical” muslims want to cut your head off while the so-called “moderate” muslims want to hold you down while they cut.  The person in this video, a man who was raised in an average, “middle-of-the-road” muslim home in Egypt, presents the evidence to prove my point.  He is right that IF, a very BIG “IF”, there is to be reform in islam, it must come from within islam.  However, non-muslims MUST admit what islam REALLY is.  If there ever is any sort of reformation in islam, non-muslims can encourage reform, but can have little or no actual involvement in it beyond simply defending against islam.  Trying to become involved in the process will only bring about even more resentment and hostility.  Catch-22.


At War With Islam? Yes, Since… ALWAYS.

Are ALL muslims evil?  I don’t think so.  However, that depends on how closely they choose to follow the doctrine of their faith.  Is the ideology of islam evil?  Demonstrably so.

As Mr. Adams writes,

There certainly are “moderate Muslims”; they are friends, colleagues, acquaintances. They are our specialist doctors and our neighbors. Some may have even married into the family. But here’s the thing: they aren’t practicing their faith properly. Or they choose to emphasize other parts of the religion. Their, and our problem, is the lesson of Boston: a “moderate’ can be activated any time.

Having several instances of “peaceful/moderate” muslims who “became radicalized” both here and in the combat zones in which we are engaged, and having seen the principle of taqiyya (disguising one’s beliefs, intentions, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions or strategies to advance islam) in action, how is it possible to truly and completely trust someone who claims islam as their religion?

At War With Islam? Yes; Since Always.

Written on Friday, May 3, 2013 by

It was the great poet T.S. Eliot who said, “April is the cruelest month.”

And so it was.

First, Islamic evil rocked the city of Boston, ripping hearts and limbs from innocents. And just when we thought it impossible, the tragedy of West struck. But there is no nation more resilient than the American one. History has proved this.

But now more than ever, everyday Americans must revisit history.

For it has never been clearer: the West is at war with Islam. This is neither hypothesis or opinion; it is reality. No delicacy, diplomacy, disguise or differentiation can alter this.

The media-academic complex, the West’s left and their doctrine of relativism is costing us lives. The Bible is not the same as the Koran. Sorry, global elitists, but all religions are not the same. Continue reading

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