Answering Taqiyya About Sharia

Friday, April 22, 2011

From an article on Political Islam, Bill Warner writes:

Now that Sharia law is getting more attention, Islam is rolling out its defenses to defuse and confuse the thinking and the not-so-thinking public. If you are a watcher or connoisseur of Islamic politics, it is fascinating to see how similar the different arguments are. Read one apologist for Islam and you have read all of the apologists.

Argument 1:

• Sharia is not static; it changes and evolves.

This promises the hope of reformation over time if Islam becomes more moderate. Islam is the doctrine found in the Koran and the Sunna of Mohammed. Mohammed is the perfect Muslim and his every act and word is to be imitated by all Muslims. The Sunna of Mohammed is found in the Hadith (his traditions) and the Sira (his actions). The complete Islamic doctrine is Allah and Mohammed, or Koran, Sira and Hadith.

Sharia is the interpretation of the doctrine of Islam. Of course, the interpretations change, but they keep being drawn from the same 1400 year old texts. The Sharia circles the sun of Allah and Mohammed, so the evolution of Sharia turns out to be an orbit. The Sharia becomes looser and tighter over the course of history, but it is still the same Sharia and still obeys all of the fundamentals found in the texts of Koran, Sira and Hadith.

One of the biggest fundamental principles of Islam is the Kafir, the non-Muslim. No matter how the Sharia changes, Kafirs are still the same Allah-cursed creature that Mohammed annihilated whenever possible. No amount of adaptation can change the cruel place that the Kafir has in Islam and the Sharia.

Read the rest as the inimitable Bill Warner answers Arguments 2 and 3>>>

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Infidels Connect

Sunday, April 10, 2011

ANYTHING THAT helps counterjihadists connect, unite, and coordinate action is a step in the right direction. Here's a small thing, but worth noting. Someone made this comment on a Facebook page:

My day ended up pretty sweet. I walked into work and was helping out in the front. One of the customers was in line and came up to make his purchase. His shirt said "Infidel" with an Arabic version below it. I asked him if he was an "Infidel." He made a big smiled and said "Damn right!". I shook his hand and said "so am I". As he was leaving both he and his girlfriend had big smiles on their faces. Nice to see fellow Citizen Warriors out in the world.

Want to find fellow infidels? Wear a tee shirt. On CafePress, they've got a huge variety:

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To Burn or Not to Burn the Koran?

Saturday, April 9, 2011

What should be done about the Koran burning and the violence it sparks? If we prohibit Koran burning, we are essentially establishing Sharia law in our free countries, and allowing them to override our previously established rights to free speech and free expression. If we ignore it, nothing will change. What should be done? I thought this video had a sensible, reasonable, and effective solution: Respond with dramatically MORE Koran burning. Watch the nine minute video and see if you can find a flaw in his logic:

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The Psychopath’s Argument: Free Speech Kills People

IN A RECENT article at The Gates of Vienna, Dr. Nicolai Sennels, a psychologist and the author of "Among Criminal Muslims: A Psychologist’s experiences with the Copenhagen Municipality," wrote about the latest craziness from orthodox Muslim violence around the world in response to the recent burning of a Koran. Here's Sennels' article:

“But she’s asking for it! She knows I’ll beat her if she says things like that. And still she says it — it’s like she’s begging me to hit her!”

This is the typical psychopathic husband’s explanation for domestic violence, and as an experienced psychologist I can smell this kind of sick logic from miles away. Unfortunately, far too often this is also the explanation given by the media, politicians, and not least violent Muslims when they explain the Islamists’ aggressive reactions to cartoons and Quran-burnings. We are even responsible when Muslims run amok and commit terror after we create art or satire based on their prophet and religion. Either we cease to tease and criticize, or we must accept the consequences.

Jyllands-Posten and Kurt Westergaard have been held responsible for more than a hundred deaths — often trampled by their fellow Muslims — in the wake of the publication of the famous Mohammed cartoons. The same accusations now hit Terry Jones and his minister colleague Wayne Sapp, as eleven UN staff in Afghanistan were killed by Muslims in response to Jones’ and Sapp’s Quran-burning event. Several of the UN staff were beheaded.

But drawings and Quran burnings do not kill. They do not trample people to death and they do not chop their heads off. Only people do such things.

Jyllands-Posten, Westergaard, Jones and Sapp are not mass-murderers — and not in any indirect way, either. No artist or non-violent activist should be ashamed or feel guilty about the violent actions that others take in response to their peaceful actions. Those who believe otherwise can go and talk to the psychopathic wife beater, because they have something in common. Socialist analysis especially often victimizes dysfunctional people, and categorizes their aggressive behavior as natural and automatic reactions — and thereby supports the psychopath’s argument.

A rewrite of the U.S. National Riffle Association’s famous slogan would read: “Free speech doesn’t kill people. People kill people.”

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Islam and Human Rights

Sunday, April 3, 2011

In an article by Andrew McCarthy, he writes:

Those who insist that the 1,400-year-old dividing line between Muslims and non-Muslims is ephemeral, that all we need is a little more understanding of how alike we all really are, would do well to consider the OIC’s Cairo Declaration of 1990. It is the ummah’s “Declaration of Human Rights in Islam,” proclaimed precisely because Islamic states reject the 1948 Declaration of Human Rights promulgated by the United Nations under the guidance of progressives in the United States and the West. That is, the leaders of the Muslim world are adamant that Western principles are not universal.

They are quite right about that. The Cairo Declaration boasts that Allah has made the Islamic ummah “the best community . . . which gave humanity a universal and well-balanced civilization.” It is the “historical role” of the ummah to “civilize” the rest of the world — not the other way around.

The Declaration makes abundantly clear that this civilization is to be attained by adherence to sharia. “All rights and freedoms” recognized by Islam “are subject to the Islamic Shari’ah,” which “is the only source of reference for [their] explanation or clarification.” Though men and women are said by the Declaration to be equal in “human dignity,” sharia elucidates their very different rights and obligations — their basic inequality. Sharia expressly controls freedom of movement and claims of asylum. The Declaration further states that “there shall be no crime or punishment except as provided for in Shari’ah” — a blatant reaffirmation of penalties deemed cruel and unusual in the West. And the right to free expression is permitted only insofar as it “would not be contrary to the principles of Shari’ah” — meaning that Islam may not be critically examined, nor will the ummah abide any dissemination of “information” that would “violate sanctities and the dignity of Prophets, undermine moral and ethical Values, or disintegrate, corrupt or harm society, or weaken its faith.”

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"We Reject the Killing of Innocent Civilians"

Saturday, April 2, 2011

The headlines sometimes say things like this: "Islam rejects the killing of innocent people." That headline is a quote by the Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf.

Those of us who have studied Islamic doctrine know that nowhere in the Koran or Hadith does it imply non-Muslims are innocent. In fact, it implies just the opposite. Read more about that here.

Or, as Anjem Choudary, the London-based Islamic activist, put it: "When we say innocent people, we mean Muslims. As far as normal citizens, they have not accepted Islam, and as far as we're concerned that is a crime against God."

That is pure, unadulterated Islam.

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Freeing the Slaves in 2011

Friday, April 1, 2011

Charles Jacobs, of PeaceAndTolerance.org, wrote:

I witnessed the redemption of 160 black Christian jihad slaves last week in South Sudan. They were taken out of bondage by my partners from Christian Solidarity International.

South Sudan is a newly formed break-away Christian state, having essentially defeated the Islamic Republic of Sudan which waged a self-declared jihad ("holy war") on the Christian and tribalist south for decades, murdering almost 3 million and enslaving hundreds of thousands.

Leah Burrows wrote:

Christian Solidarity is trying to free as many of the estimated 40,000 remaining slaves as possible before July, when the secession becomes official.

The Americans spent several hours with the Sudanese, listening to their stories. Most are Dinka, the largest ethnic tribe in southern Sudan. Before being captured, they had lived in small villages with thatched huts, farming and herding cattle. Many were forced to convert to Islam by their masters. One woman, who was enslaved for 21 years, told Jacobs and the Polaks of being repeatedly raped and beaten for refusing to say Muslim prayers.

For more on modern day human bondage see www.iabolish.org.

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