• The Left and Islam

    The Left and Islam

    Why are the Left and Islam such allies? They have much in common and work as a team, but the Left is more harmful to us. The Left sees the world through the lens of oppressor and victim. Muslims are always the victim, never wrong. For instance, Muslims were the true victims in the jihad against the World Trade Towers on 9/11.

    For the Left the ends justify the means. For Islam if the action advances Islam then it is good. Both the Left or Islam are never at fault. Both hate Christians and Israel. Both want to annihilate our civilization and establish a utopia. Both are totalitarian. READ MORE...

  • Dualism - Why Is Islam So Confusing?

    Dualism – Why Is Islam So Confusing?

    Islam seems very confusing since it is so contradictory. It is supposed to be the religion of peace yet practices brutal jihad when needed. Part of Islamic doctrine includes wife beating, yet there are hadiths that say not to hit Muslim women. Which is it? What is the real Islam?

    The answer to that question is a “yes” to both. Islamic doctrine is based on contradiction. I call this acceptance of contradiction Islamic dualism. Islam has all the good you hear about and also all the bad you hear about. The true nature of Islam is dualism, or contradiction. This makes Islam very powerful because it can present whatever “face” is advantageous. READ MORE...

  • Taqiyya (Sacred Deception): A historical example

    Taqiyya (Sacred Deception): A historical example

    Excellent scholarly paper on taqiyya (sacred deception) or dissimulation using the example of the Moriscos, Sunni converts to Christianity in 15th and 16th century Spain. This concept of concealing one’s true feelings or intentions is doctrinally available for use by both Sunnis and Shiites.

    Dissimulation in Sunni Islam and Morisco Taqiyya
    by Devin Stewart

    This study provides an outline of the religious doctrine of taqiyya or dissimulation in Sunni Islam, drawing on Qur,anic commentaries, hadith compilations, legal manuals, and ethical treatises. Moriscos and the North African jurists who advised them had access to discussions of taqiyya and the closely connected legal dispensation of coercion (ikrah) through these sources, many of which were well known in al-Andalus before the Reconquista, and some of which continued to be popular afterwards. Attention to this material helps one to interpret the 1504 fatwa of Ibn Abi Jum,a al-Wahrani to the Moriscos and in particular his discussion of blasphemy under coercion. READ MORE...

  • Islamic Doctrine of Women: Why I am not a “feminist”

    Islam proudly claims it was the first to give women their rights and that women are honored and protected. Well, it must be true. So what are the rights of women under the Sharia?

    Islamic women’s rights include:
    • The right for her testimony to be half that of a man.
    • The right to be beaten by her husband
    • FGM
    • Kafir women have the right to be sex slaves
    • The right to be in a harem

    Modern feminists do not criticize anything about Islam and women. Wife beating, as an example, is simply a cultural thing and all cultures are the same. The more brutal the treatments of women who are not white, the more neo-feminists refuse to criticize because it is racist. READ MORE...

  • The Jihad is Not Going Away

    The Jihad is Not Going Away

    If you thought jihad would taper off, think again. These events–London attack, France attack, Sweden arson carbeques–happened this week alone. All of these attacks are victories for Islam. When no powerful forces oppose Islam, violent jihad is relentless. Weakness is chum to jihadi sharks.

    More and more, we hear less and less about these jihad events because the state and media censor this news. Or, they twist the truth into “newspeak” words that mean nothing. The jihadis are called “terrorists” or mentally unstable and the motives are unknown. READ MORE...

  • If a Muslim Imitates Mohammed is He Crazy?

    If a Muslim Imitates Mohammed is He Crazy?

    It is common now after a jihad attack that law enforcement automatically announce the perpetrator is mentally unstable, not a jihadist.

    For example, in the latest terror attack in Toronto, police stated the shooter Faisal Hussein struggled with mental illness. They say this because they believe it to be true. They believe it to be true since law enforcement only uses Muslim Brotherhood, Sharia-compliant trainers to teach about jihad and Islam. The enemy is training the very people who are supposed to protect us. READ MORE...

  • Islam: The Universal Empire of Savagery

    Islam: The Universal Empire of Savagery

    Islam: The Universal Empire of Savagery, Sophistry, and Sacrilege

    By Panini

    Islam wishes to destroy all states and governments

    anywhere on the face of the earth which are opposed to the ideology and program of Islam, regardless of the country or the nation which rules it. The purpose of Islam is to set up a state on the basis of its own ideology and program. …

    Islam requires the earth—not just a portion, but the whole planet.

    —Syed Abul A’ala Maududi, Jihad in Islam

    I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. READ MORE...

  • England's Parliament Refuses To Condemn Islamic Rape Gangs

    England’s Parliament Refuses To Condemn Islamic Rape Gangs

    Random House decided not to publish a controversial book about Islam because it might seize on and amplify anti-Islam sentiments.

    And in England, only 20 of the 650 Members of Parliament would sign an open letter urging action on the “grooming scandal” (actually what should be called the Islamic rape and sex trafficking gangs).

    These two items have a common bond—fear of offending Muslims and antagonizing the apologists who call any criticism about Islam racist “Islamophobia”. Random House and the 630 MPs are ruled by fear. Random House does not care about freedom of ideas and freedom of speech. The 630 MPs, who would not sign a letter defending the human rights of hundreds of young British girls, do not care about justice for these victims. READ MORE...

  • Trump Was Right To Blow Up The Iran Deal

    Trump Was Right To Blow Up The Iran Deal

    For starters, it wasn’t a treaty.

    Like most of Barack Obama’s legacy, the Iran Deal was brittle and unsustainable because it was undertaken unilaterally. Even with the creation of a media echo chamber and the ugly, relentless attacks on critics, the former president was unable to pull together a consensus. The Obama administration circumvented that accountability. For that reason alone, it’s a good thing Trump nixed the deal.

    Even as John Kerry was acquiescing to one Iranian demand after the next, a number of senators explained to the despots in Tehran that such a deal could be easily scuttled. Nearly every Republican candidate running for the presidency in 2016 — not to mention nearly every GOP candidate running for the Senate — promised to withdraw from (or renegotiate) the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action if they won. READ MORE...

  • The Gravity of Mohammed

    The Gravity of Mohammed

    The protests in Iran are not only about economics and politics, they’re also about Islam. Iran in the 1960’s saw mini skirts, smiling women with uncovered hair, men and women freely holding hands on university campuses, and in the air, there was a sense that progress was possible. Then the Shah was deposed during the 1979 Islamic Revolution, and the Ayatollah and imams came to power. Iran had been purified, returned to its Islamic roots of Mohammed. Today, we are witnessing the Persian people rise up again against the Iranian Islamic regime and say “no more”. How will this play out? READ MORE...