Monday, 11 July 2011

Taqiyya - lying for Islam

Here is a short video about Islam, the religion of peace.  It is only 8 minutes long.  If you have any doubts about the dangers of creeping islam to the west you should watch this 'to set your mind at rest'.



Oh by the way - that last phrase about setting your mind at rest was an example of inverse taqiyya!  Nothing about this video should set your mind at rest.

If you don't have the time to watch it, or feel that it is not your problem, I will summarise the three things that it mentions.  (But follow the first of the three links below to see a more detailed transcript of the text).
  • Islam has not been hijacked by fundamentalists. It is complete and consistent and it is not open to a variety of interpretations like other religious texts.
  • Striving to institute worldwide sharia law is a religious duty for all muslims.
  • Muslims are allowed to deceive non-muslims if it helps Islam.  Watch the video to find out what taqiyyah means.

Islam is at war with the non-islamic world until the whole world follows sharia law, and those three points make it clear how everything you are told about peaceful Islam is completely consistent with its fight for world domination.

According to the Koran the world will be at peace only when Islam and sharia reign in every country, and never until then.  This is why every muslim can 'truthfully' say that Islam is a religion of peace.


Links from the video:
http://bloggersbase.com/politics-and-opinions/3-islam/
http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Quran/011-taqiyya.htm
http://tinyurl.com/abrogations1


Related posts:
Learning from Islamic History  
Kitman - more lies for Islam

2 comments:

gingembre30 said...

Answer for argument 1: Muslims have the RIGHT to interpret the Coran,

The fact: from Morocco to Malaysia and through history, branches… there are already different and sometimes contradicted interpretations of the texts

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Islam_branches_and_schools.svg

Therefore, they CAN justify whatever actions they want to take.

Therefore point 2 and 3 depends on how you interpret the text!

Plasma Engineer said...

Thank goodness that Islam is divided on some things. It gives us all hope that rationality might prevail after all.