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The Mind of a Jihadist

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A fine review of M. A. Khan's "Islamic Jihad"


Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism, and Slavery (M. A. Khan, iUniverse, Inc., New York, 2009, 357 pp.)

Since the Islamic terror attacks perpetrated on the United States on 9/11/2001, Americans and people in the West have wondered what drove nineteen Muslim fanatics to commit such an atrocity. In M. A. Khan's seminal and scholarly work, Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism, and Slavery, the reader is given a good background on why these attacks and many other Islamic attacks have taken place throughout the centuries. One word describes it: Jihad. The term Jihad in Arabic means "struggle", but most people agree that it is a euphemism for "Holy War" to be perpetrated against those who do not believe in Allah and his prophet, Muhammad.

Mr. Khan describes the concept of Jihad as "the foundational creed of Islam." And the author should know. Born a Muslim in India, Mr. Khan grew up in a conservative background, while still considering himself a liberal Muslim. The events of 9/11 changed him dramatically and led him on an odyssey as to question how his religion -- and co-religionists -- sanctioned, and even reveled in this atrocity. The author himself candidly admits that he too believed that America had justifiably gotten a bloody nose, though he felt that the victims died unjustifiable deaths. As much of a paradox as these views seem, many Muslims felt the same way. The difference is that Mr. Khan looked in the mirror, asked penetrating questions, and had the intellectual honesty to answer these questions.

In the ensuing years after 9/11, Mr. Khan did extensive research on Islam, Islamic theology, and the history of Jihad which is the driving force behind all of Islam's conquests. The results of his findings led him to the conclusion to leave Islam completely, and to write this most masterful and educational book on a controversial aspect of a most controversial religion.

Mr. Khan begins by giving the reader a biographical background on the founder of Islam, Muhammad ibn Abdallah, and how through shrewd diplomacy, duplicity, and sheer treachery, emerged as the most powerful political and religious leader in 7th century Arabia with a new religion hungry to expand as far as it could beyond the Arabian peninsula.

The author details the extermination and expulsion of Arabian Jews followed by persecution of Christians and other "non-believers."  Throughout Islamic history, Muslim conquest, conversion, and slavery were all sanctioned and justified under a code of religion which separated the world into the "House of Islam" and the "House of War." In Islam, there were -- and are -- no grey areas. Everything is dictated by Allah and his prophet Muhammad, through the Islamic holy book, the Qur'an, and its interpretation by Islamic scholars dictated by Sharia (Islamic law). The book is as much a psychological portrayal of the Jihadists as it is a historical one.

Mr. Khan writes on areas of Jihad that are not well known to people familiar with Islam and its bloody wars. These include the Arab/Islamic slave trade in Africa and the genocidal war between Muslims and Hindus over India. The Arab role in the African slave trade, unlike the European role, is very rarely spoken about, let alone written about.

At times, the book can be quite disturbing when reading about the misfortunes and massacres of the conquered and enslaved peoples. There is much writing that needs to be comprehended by the reader in order to understand the mind of the Jihadist and the bloody wars fought in the name of Allah. Mr. Khan writes a compelling book that is very detailed, backing it up with extensive footnotes, bibliography, and index. It is a book that should be kept as a reference source for anyone and everyone who is interested in understanding the bloody history of Islamic Jihad and all the consequences that have emerged from it.

For those who believe that Jihad is really a Muslim's personal struggle with himself and temptation, then this book will certainly bring clarity and sobriety as to what Jihad, and ultimately, Islam really stands for. In the words of the author himself, the doctrine of Jihad has given Islam a freedom to establish imperialistic rule on a global scale that encompasses economic exploitation, slavery, and ultimately a world ruled exclusively by Islam.

It is a devastating indictment of a religion that is generally grouped with Judaism and Christianity. However, the commands of Jihad entail total war, are eternal, and cannot be revoked as they are enforced with absolute legitimacy by and through Sharia. The author leaves us with the question as to whether or not Jihad will return in the 21st century with a force comparable to previous centures. Islamic Jihad is a riveting book that will leave the reader armed with a knowledge he or she may never have had, and will also leave the reader with the disturbing question as to whether the religion of Islam can ever come to terms in a peaceful way with non-Islamic religions. Given the history of Jihad and the slaughter of 9/11, the reader can only come away with a pessimistic viewpoint.

 


This review was published in American Thinker on 13 March 2011.

 

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Thank you Stephen Simpson for this piece,Let me add also that it is imoral to group Islam with Christianity
written by Clement- The Islam-Watch Past , March 14, 2011
There is no place where Christianity meet with Islam let compare their founders for instance using A-Z analysis:
The A-Z of Jesus stands for:The A-Z of Muhammad stands for:
A.Ambassador of the AlmightyAmbassador of Satan
B.Burden bearer of the BelieversBurden layer on the believers
C.Center of civilization and conqueror in the ChristianCenter of stupidity and Conqueror by Sword
D.Door to deliveranceDoor to bondage
E.Emmanuel from all eternityEvil with men till eternity
F.Foundation of our faith Foundation of blind faith
G.Gateway to gloryGateway to shame and destruction
H.Highway to HeavenHighway to Hell
I.Image of the invisible God Image of the Invisible Devil
J.Justifier of the judgedJustifier of all criminals
K.Key into the kingdomKey into the Kingdom of Darkness
L.Light of lifeLight of deceit
M.Manifestation of MajestyManifestation of madness
N.Need of the Nation,Needless of the nations
O.Over comer for the oppressedOver burdensome of the oppressed
P.Prince of Peace Prince of terrorism
Q.Qualifier of the unqualifiedQualifier of the criminals
R.Road to redemptionRoad to destruction
S.Savior of the SinnerSender of Sinners to Hell
T.Truth for all timesTerrorist of all times
U.Upholder of the UniverseUpholder of the dark world
V.Victor of the VanquishedVictim of Satan
W.Wonder to the worldWonders of all liars
X.Xpression of the InexpressibleXpression of all evils
Y.Yearning of our YearsYearning of the lost
Z.Zest for our Zenith.Zenith of all evils
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 14, 2011
Clement. Jesus is not for founder of Christianity nor Muhammad is founder of Islam.
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Reed I am sorry those Comoparism got mixed up
written by Clement- The Islam-Watch Past , March 14, 2011
F- stands for Jesus being the foundation for our faith not the founder but the foundation itself. while the same F stands for Muhammad being the foundation of Blind faith in Islam. There is supposed to be a stroke / seperating the first sentense or Phrase which is for Jesus and the sencond after the stroke for Muhammad. Reed the Comparism there is a messege there for you. Cheers
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To Reed Wilson
written by Archpagan , March 14, 2011
Muslim claim of victim hood is a rubbish. Japanese and Vietnamese had much stronger ground to commit 9/11. Economists say money is what money does; similarly Koran is what Koran does. Am I right Reed?
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Reed
written by duh_swami , March 15, 2011
Jesus is not for founder of Christianity nor Muhammad is founder of Islam.

St Augustine made the comment that Christianity has always existed...That of course would mean that Jesus always existed, since without Jesus there is no Christianity...The Saint probably gets that from John 1. Where he say's, 'In the beginning there was the word, the word was with God and the word was God'...
Most Christians think the 'word' is Jesus...At any rate the whole verse is soaked in symbolism starting with the idea 'In the beginning'...This is what Islam rejects...It implies a partner for Allah, shirk...Jesus can be a Prophet, but not a partner...

If Mohammad did not found Islam, who did? Who organized the various verses, and where did they get them? If Mohammad was not the source, then the whole Gabriel passing messages from Allah must be false, so was it Uthman? Umar maybe? Were they real people? Who dun it? Someone founded Islam, so Reed Wilson should go into a serious research program to find out who it was...
When you find out Reed, please let us know...
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True face of Islam
written by lw1 , March 15, 2011
Yahoo Maktoob 15/3/11. Hamas clashes with protesters in Gaza: witnesses
Gaza (Reuters). Hamas supporters stormed a crowd of protestors in the Gaza strip
who had gathered on Tuesday to demand Palestinian unity witnesses said.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians had initially answered a rallying call on Facebook to demonstrate in Gaza and West Bank for reconciliation between Hamas Islamists and President Mahmoud Abbas's rival Fatah group.
A couple of thousand demonstrators remained on the streets of Gaza as the protest wound down, defying calls by Hamas, who controls the territory, to disperse. It was the first time Hamas's authority was challenged in such public manner since it seized control of Gaza from Fatah in2007.
'They attacked us, 400 to 500 Hamas men in plain clothes. I was beaten with a club, many others were beaten.' said one activist, who only gave his first name Ali.
'They dispersed the crowd'.

There was no word on how many were hurt in the clash.
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Allah must be busy....
written by Brown Superman , March 16, 2011
So, did the word Jihad appear in a tomato or a potato?

May be..... Allah was busy.... plotting for some evil terror... as in any Jihadist's mind.
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To duh_swami
written by Archpagan , March 16, 2011
"Too much improvisation leaves the brain stupid" - Victor Hugo
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to Reed
written by Anil Bali , March 16, 2011
Reed I thought you had some knowledge of islam but I was wrong.... islam is muhammad`s creation alone,..
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written by Reed J. Wilson , March 16, 2011
Dear Steven. You write “The term Jihad in Arabic means "struggle", but most people agree that it is a euphemism for "Holy War" to be perpetrated against those who do not believe in Allah and his prophet, Muhammad”.

Who are those most people? War is never holy. Allah conditionally allows the believers to have armed encounter. I quote Quran 2:190 which says:

وَقَاتِلُوا فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّـهِ الَّذِينَ يُقَاتِلُونَكُمْ وَلَا تَعْتَدُوا ۚ إِنَّ اللَّـهَ لَا يُحِبُّ الْمُعْتَدِينَ “Fight those in the way of God who fight you, but do not be aggressive: God does not like aggressors”. (2:190)

Please appreciate that Arabic word وَقَاتِلُو is used for war and not Arabic word جَاهَدُو Jahido. The conditions for war:

1.It should be fought with those who fight.
2.It should not be for socio economic reasons like WW2.
3.It should be fought in way of Allah or for truth.
4.It must be fought within limits.
5.There is no justification for continuing war when the opponent asks for peace. (It is elsewhere in Quran)

I give example of use of Arabic word جَاهَدُوا in the following verse:
أَمْ حَسِبْتُمْ أَن تَدْخُلُوا الْجَنَّةَ وَلَمَّا يَعْلَمِ اللَّـهُ الَّذِينَ جَاهَدُوا مِنكُمْ وَيَعْلَمَ الصَّابِرِينَ
“Do you think you will go to Paradise while God does not know who among you strive and persist? (3:142)

I think it is happy position to understand that جَاهَدُوا is not war and it is rather for struggle and you can very well ignore the ‘most’ who misunderstand and tell them the truth.
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written by mo ham mad , March 16, 2011
i also found allah name in toilet faeces
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No Founders.
written by Reed Wilson. , March 17, 2011
duh_swami. You write "St Augustine made the comment that Christianity has always existed.."

St. Augustine is right in a way. The Christian Gospel says:

John 14:6 Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

John 1:4 In him was life, and that life was the light of men.

John 1:14 The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

duh_swami. You write “St Augustine made the comment that Christianity has always existed”.

St. Augustine is right in a way. Christian Gospel says:

John 1:17 for the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.

John 10:9 I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. He will come in and go out, and find pasture.

Acts 9:2 and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found any there who belonged to the Way, whether men or women, he might take them as prisoners to Jerusalem.

Romans 5:2 through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand. And we rejoice in the hope of the glory of God.

Ephesians 2:18 For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit.

Hebrews 9:8 The Holy Spirit was showing by this that the way into the Most Holy Place had not yet been disclosed as long as the first tabernacle was still standing.

Jesus and Muhammad are symbols. For me both these gentlemen exist through Quran. Rsultantly, Now Quran is the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Quran.

It is all clear duh-swami the great!!

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Reed...
written by duh_swami , March 17, 2011
No one comes to the Father except through Quran.

What ever it is you are smoking is destroying your brain...The statement above is utter nonsense...
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 17, 2011
duh-swami. I m not smoking anything. I just parodized John 14:6.

I happy you agreed bulk of my post.
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Reed
written by duh_swami , March 17, 2011
I happy you agreed bulk of my post.

Where did I write that?

If you really believed those bible quotes you posted were correct, you would throw away the Quran and go back to being a Christian...
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Reed Apprear to be confused
written by Clement- Islam-Watch Pastor , March 17, 2011
DU_ Swamin has asked "If you really believed those bible quotes you posted were correct, you would throw away the Quran and go back to being a Christian... "

Those are scriptures that quoted when you read them,you know that God is speaking,but you cannot find such words of wisdom and knowledge in the Quran. I wonder what Reed still see in the Quran that he wants to marry it to the words of the Almighty God. Why not repent and be converted and become a christians if you find Christ words more appealing that the words of the Pirate of Medina.

Christ is a person and not a book, his followers relate to him as a person who promised to be with his followers alsways because of his divine nature he is capable of being with them always to answer their prayers and show them the way to do the right thing all the time.But Islam is not so they depended on the conjucture and hallucination of an illiterate Arab pirate who lived and died by stealing the properties of others which his immediate followers compile into a book to enable them continue to perpetrate evil that is prescribed in the book.

The book taught the way of death instead of the way of life. You cannot be in your senses to compare such a book with the person of the Lord Jesus Christ Who gave his life a ransome for all humanity and promised personal faith in him to be saved not faith in a book, or meaningless religious pagan rituals as sanctioned by the Quran.

Reed must have lost his sense of judgement to have made such a grave mispresentation.
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Clement
written by duh_swami , March 17, 2011
Those are scriptures that quoted when you read them,you know that God is speaking...

No I don't know that, and neither do you...You believe it, but there is no way you can 'know' it...The writers of those scriptures heard nothing from God, not one word...So where did they get those ideas? They got them from someone else, who got them from someone else who did not hear God speak either...
The moral teachings from the Bible, particularly the NT, have merit and value...All the supernatural ooby doo, has value also, if it is understood...Unfortunately the Christian who understands it is rare...Instead of basing their beliefs on something solid, they indulge themselves in supernatural, emotional based wishful thinking...This is common, non understanding leads to misunderstanding...Your book says, 'In all your getting get understanding'...That is really good advice...
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To Reed Wilson
written by Archpagan , March 17, 2011
You said- '3.It should be fought in way of Allah or for truth.'

Then, Reed, I think the Talebans are doing the right thing by blowing off Munafeks in Pakistani Mosques and market places.
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DU_Swami The Bible is not one of those Spiritual OOby D00
written by Clement- The Islam-Watch Past , March 17, 2011
Du_swami said "All the supernatural ooby doo, has value also," Can you mention some few apart from the Bible? As far as I know only the Bible has timeless message to all mankind and even all his creatures including animals and plants. Give me other spirituals books that exhibit the wisdom and deep knowledge of the Bible that meet all human needs. I know your knowledge of the Bible is very very scanty if at all there is.

Somebody pay tributes to the Bible as:

“The Bible contains the mind God, the state of man, the way of salvation, the doom of sinners, and the happiness of believers. Its doctrines are holy, its precepts are binding, its histories are true, and its decisions are immutable. Read it to be wise, believe it to be safe, and practice it to be holy. It contains light to direct you, food to support you, and comfort to cheer you.
It is the traveler’s map, the pilgrim’s staff, the pilot’s compass, the soldier’s sward, and the Christian’s charter. Here paradise is restored; Heaven opened the gates of hell disclosed.

Christ is its grand subject, our good the design, and the glory of God its end. It should fill the memory, rule the heart, and guide the feet. Read it slowly, frequently, and prayerfully. It is a mine of wealth, a paradise of glory, and a river of pleasure. It is given you in life, will be opened at the judgment, and be remembered forever. It involves the highest responsibility, will reward the greatest labor, and will condemn all who trifle with its sacred contents”

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written by Reed Wilson. , March 17, 2011
Archpagan. You write "Muslim claim of victim hood is a rubbish. Japanese and Vietnamese had much stronger ground to commit 9/11. Economists say money is what money does; similarly Koran is what Koran does. Am I right Reed".

I don't know if money does anything. What the money of Jews of Germany did, which they were deprived of by Adolf Hitler. Where did it go? Even Vatican doesn't know that.
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 17, 2011
To Anil K. Bali. You write "Reed I thought you had some knowledge of islam but I was wrong.... islam is muhammad`s creation alone,..".

Good Anil you realized on 16th of March, 2011 that you were wrong that I knew Islam. May be on a later date you will realize that Islam is not Muhammad's creation.

You can not stop your learning mechanism.
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Clement
written by duh_swami , March 17, 2011
"All the supernatural ooby doo, has value also," Can you mention some few apart from the Bible?

I was referring to the Bible but the Bible is not the exclusive owner of cosmic symbolism...You are as stuck in your book as Reed is stuck in his...Virtually nothing has any merit outside it and everything can be explained by it...The problem with those opinions is that they are faulty...People somehow managed for thousands of years without the Quran or the Bible...I wonder how they did it?
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 17, 2011
Archpagan.

Then, Reed, I think the Talebans are doing the right thing by blowing off Munafeks in Pakistani Mosques and market places.

No Archpagan. Neither you nor Taleban followed the spirit of the commandment vide 2:190.
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Reed Wilson
written by Muhammad Jaahil , March 17, 2011

ریڈ ولسوں کافی بےشرم اور حرامی سوار کا اولاد ہے
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Du_Swami if you are refering to the Bible quote specific scriptures and not to generalised
written by Clement- The Islam-Watch Past , March 17, 2011
I am yet to see pecific quotation of the Bible from you and intelligent reasoning and assessement of its true meaning and not just the symbolic literal meaning. Only then can reason along your part.
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 18, 2011
Clement You write "I am yet to see specific quotation of the Bible from you and intelligent reasoning and assessment of its true meaning and not just the symbolic literal meaning. Only then can reason along your part".

Do I have to show you specific quotation of the Bible from intelligent reasoning and assessment and not just the symbolic literal meaning?

Please make sure if have to show you specific quotation of the Bible from intelligent reasoning and assessment and not just the symbolic literal meaning. Then I will try do what you want me to do.

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Reed you can go ahead but the question was not addressed to you
written by Clement- Islam-Watch Pastor , March 18, 2011
Reed I response to your post above but the Administrator decided to put it under review
I hope it comes up, but you free to challenge the Bible with sound logic and reasoning if you can. Cheers
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Clement...
written by duh_swami , March 18, 2011
I am yet to see pecific quotation of the Bible from you and intelligent reasoning and assessement of its true meaning and not just the symbolic literal meaning. Only then can reason along your part


Actually, I have done that on several occasions...
I don't debate the Bible...This is not Bible watch...My argument was that God never spoke to anyone, Bible or Quran... and your best response was supernatural, magical thinking...This is where you are similar to Reed, you both uses magical thinking, you just differ on details...I understand magick and magical thinking, I just don't care to indulge myself in it...The next thing they will be telling me that some man named Johah was swallowed by a whale and lived...Or that Joshua actually did stop the sun...
Or that Moses really did part the waters, or that Jesus really did preform miracles...
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Du_Swami Since you believe in logic not magic can you prove that God did not speak those words in the Bible.
written by Clement- Islam-Watch Pastor , March 18, 2011

I think If you are really scientific and logical you should first of all prove that God did not speak those words in the Bible?

My question to you is that if God never spoke those words, why are the words coming true in our very eyes. Why are his promise of healing,salavation and deliverance becoming fullfilled in our lives especially in the lives of those who believe that those words are true and from God.?

I have prove to you time without number that those words are true and from God yet you have not faulted my proofs apart from saying they only existed in the eyes of faith Which is not true. Now which of my proofs are based on faith only?

It is unscientific to say that those words are lies and not true or from God simply because they were written by someone else without putting them to test. I have shown here how one can proof a truth and a lie here, and no one challenges that.
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Clement
written by duh_swami , March 18, 2011
I think If you are really scientific and logical you should first of all prove that God did not speak those words in the Bible?

If you were really scientific and logical you would know that it is not possible to prove a negative...So the question is invalid...Since it is your book and it is your God speaking to you in round pear shaped tones, it is up to you to prove that God talks...You can't do that because you have never heard him...You can only 'claim' not prove...You are just frustrated because I don't believe your claims...

'It is unscientific to say that those words are lies and not true or from God simply because they were written by someone else without putting them to test'.

I never said they were lies, I said 'God' never said them...And you cannot prove he did no matter how much you talk about it...
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True face of Islam
written by lw1 , March 18, 2011
BBC 18/3/11 Terror plot BA man gets 30 years
A former British Airways software engineer has been jailed for 30 years for plotting to blow up a plane.
Rajib Karim, 31, from Newcastle, used his job to access information for an al-Qaeda preacher based in Yemen to target BA flights in the US.
Sentencing him at Woolich Crown Court, Mr Justice Calvert-Smith said he was a committed JIHADIST who planned offence' about as grave as could be imagined'.
The judge said he had worked 'incessantly' for terrorist purposes.
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Let us not forget what the Pope said
written by lw1 , March 18, 2011
In the seventh conversation ...... the emperor touches on the theme of the holy war. Without descending to details, such as the difference in treatment accorded to those who have the 'Book' and the 'infidels', he addresses his interlocutor with a startling brusqueness on the central question about the relationship between religion and violence in general, saying :
'Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new , and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by sword the faith he preached'.
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Some Muslims bury their head in Quran and try to pick out only some Surahs out of context and try to pretend that Islam is a peaceful 'religion', whereas the evidence in the world is the opposite, and ignore the world where almost every Muslim supports Jihad
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Byzantine Emperor Manuel Paleologos;quote...
written by dead or alive , March 18, 2011
Show me just what Mohammad brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his comman to spread by the sword the faith he preached,God.....is not pleased by blood-and not acting reasonably.....is contrary to God s nature. Faith,is born of the soul,not the body . Whoever would lead someone to faith needs the ability to speak well and to reason properly ,without violence and threats....To convince a reasonable soul,one dose not need a strong arm, or weapons of any kind,or any other means of threatening a person with death..
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Du_Swami
written by Clement- The Islam-Watch Past , March 18, 2011
You said "If you were really scientific and logical you would know that it is not possible to prove a negative..." How is a positive proved if a negative cannot be proved? Does a negative turned positive because is being tested, I don't understand and where did you learn this kind of logic from? That was not a scientific mind. Science depends greatly on proofs whether negative or positive.

"You are just frustrated because I don't believe your claims... "

Really? do you see me as a frustrated man? If God is not frustrated for your continuos hardening of your heart even though your inner man, that is your concience have witnessed to you that this is the truth and you continue to ignore your concience who are mine to be frustrated because of you.

God loves you no matter what, and I love you too. I love an equisitive,logical and wise mind but not stupid and unreasonable once but that does not mean I can be frustrated because of that ,or else I should'nt be here speaking to Atheist, free thinkersl, moralist, religious fellows, polytheist, pagan and monotheist a like. I love the experience, I am not complaining.

God wants to save you all the same. Cheers
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Clement
written by duh_swami , March 19, 2011
'Really? do you see me as a frustrated man? If God is not frustrated for your continuos hardening of your heart even though your inner man, that is your concience have witnessed to you that this is the truth and you continue to ignore your concience who are mine to be frustrated because of you'.

Judging the state and condition of my soul Clement? If I don't believe what you believe I am ignoring my conscience?...Aside from the fact that you don't know what you are talking about, your religious one upsmanship is pathetic...You are Reed Wilson in another suit...Your way is the only way and anyone who does not believe that is ignoring their conscience...

I have no complaint about your motives, you know the right stuff about Islam, but no one appointed you hierophant of superior spiritual wisdom and knowledge...

'God loves you no matter what...'

That's another assumption you cannot prove...If God loves everyone so much, why does he arrange for a painful and miserable death for most of his followers...Fine God that is...
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written by Reed Wilson. , March 26, 2011
duh-swami. You write to Clement"You are Reed Wilson in another suit...Your way is the only way and anyone who does not believe that is ignoring their conscience".

I withdraw the words and their meanings, if I ever gave such an impression.

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