The Religion of Peace or The Personification of Evil


Muslims are creating a lot of problems for the world today and civilized societies everywhere.  They seem to have a specific interest in Western culture based on Christianity and Jewish beliefs.  Not really sure how to express my views on who they are, what they are about and the things they are doing today.  I do have a lot to say about them because where ever they are, death and destruction eventually follow.  If you look at most every violent conflict and wars going on in the world today, Islam seems to be right in the middle of it.  You have to ask yourself just why this is?  What is it about Muslims and Islam with respect to the rest of the world that leads to such destruction and unspeakable evil?

This is not by any means a new endeavor for them, in fact their actions today are nothing new at all.  History speaks for itself of the extreme violent nature that accompanies this religion hand and hand throughout time since it’s conception by Muhammad, their Prophet.  Islam at every level seems to appose and reject the natural laws of mankind in which civilized society is formed.  I have been studying them and their actions worldwide for a few years now trying to understand why they possess such extreme hate for the world as we know it and any human being that is not of their faith.  How they could kill with so much perceived joy in the name of their God which they call Allah.


The pretty surface of Islam

The phrase “Allahu Akbar” is normally screamed out in sheer joy just before, during and after murdering, beheading, stoning or shooting someone to death for any reason they deem justified by a Muslim, I am sure you are familiar with it as it is repeated incessantly during such acts, like army psychiatrist Nidal M. Hasan screamed out while killing our troops at Ft. Hood recently.  Of course Eric Holder, head of the Department of Justice deemed this “workplace violence”, not “domestic terrorism” which it was obviously was without question.  The phrase literally means “Allah is greater”; it is usually translated “God is [the] Greatest,” or “God is Great”.  So the Muslim praises their god while committing murder, this is an unnatural act by any culture except Islam it seems.

I will not expand on the true evils of Islam or share my thoughts here today, they are too great and numerous for one single post.  For those not acquainted with this “Religion of Peace” and to clarify some things I’m just going to present a few basic terms and some of their goals here.  I am no expert or claim to be, I may have a few things wrong here yet I try very hard to be as accurate as I can with the resources I have access to.  There are hundreds of sources on-line to search out the horrific evil that Islam is in all of it’s bloody glory on earth today.  This is only my understanding thus far about what it is about, the basic elements that form it and general goals.  Will try to make this brief and to the point to just hit on some key aspects, it is certainly not compressive at all, just my understanding.



What is Islam, I look at Islam and see a complete way of life.  Every aspect of ones existence is addressed within Islam with no room to deviate from this structure.  Many think it is a religious thing, it is really more political in nature because it is a social system to live under, the Muslim represents the religious aspect of Islam.  If a Muslim ventures outside the boundaries of Islam they could most likely face death for doing so, or not doing something required.  A Muslim that leaves Islam will surly be murdered in the name of Allah, wonderful.  According to Islam, the only thing worse than being Jewish is being an ex-Muslim.  They are taught to kill all Jew if they follow the Quran closely, an ex-Muslim will face a gruesome death to glorify Allah under Islam.  A Christian or Buddhist may live in an Islamic society, as long as they pay a special tax for not being Muslim and accept being a lower class citizen.  So living under Islam and being a Muslim are two different things.

Muhammad the Prophet

Muhammad the Prophet

Islam is believed to be conceived by the Prophet Muhammad (Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad) between 610-632AD (the time of his death) as Allah through the Archangel Gabriel  reveled the verses of the Quran to him over that 22 year period.  Muhammad was born in 570AD, so he was 40 years old when he first started talking with Gabriel until his death at the age of 62.  This to me is a bit odd as Muhammad was illiterate, he could not read or write a single word in any language.  Why would Allah send Gabriel to Muhammad to revel his word to a man that could not write them down?  Perhaps Muhammad was a holy man at heart, just was illiterate.  If Allah were God, could he not make Muhammad literate to record His Words to get them right?  The whole thing just does not add up, too many things do not make sense in the writing of the Quran.  The entire Muslim faith and most of Islam are based on the Quran, pretty important document to get right.  They say he memorized what Gabriel said and his followers wrote them down, making the Quran.

Muslims believe the Quran is the literal Word of Allah.  The Quran is divided unto 114 suras (chapters), these are divided into the earlier suras of Mecca and the later ones of Medinan.  It is said the early suras of Mecca were passive, those of Medina violent.  This makes sense as the early ones were during Muhammad’s life when he was not powerful, the later were written when he had an army and possessed great military power.  They seem to be intermixed into the Quran in no chronological order, perhaps more on a topic based format.  I have read parts of the Quran that is translated into English and must say it is confounding to digest and grasp the words meaning.  I question Islam as a whole and every aspect of it, this is just one part.  Taken apart it could sound much like the Bible I read today, but as a whole it has many contradicting messages about a subject ran together.  It is very hard to describe for clear explanation as I have never read the whole thing.

The Quran

The Quran

The Quran has many Christian and Judaism mixed into the text in many ways when you read it, that is why I cannot put my finger on it as a whole for a clear message.  Such as, Allah is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Ishmael, the Christian God I believe in is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.  They claim Jesus was a prophet, not the Son of God.  Yet Muslims recognize Adam, Abraham, Moses and David as prophets along with Jesus.  That the Bible and Torah are not the Word of God through revelation, the Quran is the only true message.  Besides the Quran, Muhammad’s life (sira) and traditions (sunnah) are also upheld by Muslims as the sources of sharia law.   The Hadith is regarded by traditional Islamic schools of jurisprudence as important tools for understanding the Quran and in matters of jurisprudence.  So the Quran and Hadith guide Islam as a political and judicial system.

There are two primary sources of sharia law: the precepts set forth in the Quran, and the example set by the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the Sunnah.  Most Muslims are of two denominations, Sunni (75–90%), or Shia (10–20%).  It is funny that Islam claims that Jerusalem historically belongs to them because the Jews have never had a claim on this city.  That Muhammad knew of a great mosque there.  Well Muslims like Progressives do not let little facts get into their way concerning ideology.  Muhammad never set foot in Jerusalem in his life, the closed he ever got was 600 miles according to his travels.  Jerusalem is spoken of over 600 times in the Bible, not once in the Quran.  The word Jerusalem translated into Arabic means “Holy place of the Jews”.  This translation goes back a long time and you would need to trace it back.

The Hadith

The Hadith

It is said in the Quran, a woman is lower than a dog to a man.  That a woman may never enter paradise unless she kills a Jew maundering herself, or be decapitated in the name of Allah.  I have seen video’s of Muslim girls willingly getting their heads cut off to go to paradise.  I will dive into this in another post getting tired of writing now.

Do you know what is written on Obama’s wedding ring?  He has worn this ring since collage on his wedding finger, it is the same ring Michelle used when Jeremiah Wright married them.  It says in Arabic “There is only one God and that God is Allah”.   More on this and Jeremiah in a later post.  The first war the United States had as a sovereign nation was fought against Islam in N. Africa.  Under President Jefferson we had to defend our ships against the Islamic pirates of Libya.  It is funny how history repeats itself, much like the pirates in Somalia and Indonesia today.

1. There is only one God, and Mohammad is His prophet.

2. Islam is a better religion than any other religion.

3. Islam has a better government and system of law than any other.

4. Anybody who is not a Muslim is worth less than a Muslim, deserves less respect, and under Islamic law, should be treated as a second-class citizen with fewer rights and a heavy tax burden.

5. Every Muslim should strive to make the whole world and everyone in it follow Islamic law. This is the prime directive.

6. Striving for this prime directive is the most important thing a Muslim can do. It is his (or her) most important religious duty. It is the most important expression of his religious faith.

7. He should strive to accomplish the prime directive with his time, his money, his speech and writing, and with weapons if necessary.

8. If he is in a place where Muslims don’t have dominant political power, he can and should deceive non-Muslims if it helps Muslims accomplish the prime directive.

9. Any efforts by non-Muslims to inhibit the spread of Islam should be considered an attack on Islam.

10. Whenever Islam is attacked, it is a Muslim’s holy duty to defend Islam by any means necessary.

11. A Muslim should never stop striving for the domination of Islam until it has been achieved.

I believe that Muhammad did in fact dictate the words he heard to his followers who in turn wrote them into the Quran.  Whether they were faithfully transcribed I do not feel is really important.  Who was speaking to him is what I question, I find it hard to believe it was the Archangel Gabriel he spoke with.  I find it hard to believe the God of my faith is the same One of the Islamic faith.

I judge the actions of faith over the words of religion.  I see what the Muslims are doing today in the world, I do not trust their words of justification to rationalize their actions.  If Christians ever did what the Muslims were doing, I would stop calling myself a Christian.