These guys don’t seem to understand their Islam correctly:
“It Â (Islam) also forbids the killing of a woman who has even denounced her religion.”
It doesn’t. It demands the killing of those who leave Islam.
The clerics Â said that attacking innocent women and children “was not jihad”. They also said the attackers were “agents of Washington”, defaming Islam, undermining Pakistan and legitimising the branding of Muslims as “terrorists”.
Sure thing. From here on it won’t be long before they blame ‘the Zionists’.Â
Britain foots the Â medical bill for the Taliban victim!
Schoolgirl Malala Yusufzai, who was shot by the Taliban, to travel to Britain for medical treatment, military says.
While advocates invent clever terms like “Shariaphobia“ to lessenÂ public apprehension, the brutality of Islamic law is hard to deny inÂ those places where it is practiced.Â This week, fundamentalistsÂ in Pakistan wereÂ obligated by ShariaÂ to shoot a 14-year-old Â girl in the head, neck and leg for being ” too secular-minded”. Â (ROP)
Ha! You knew this was coming. Embrace the jihad, infidels! Embrace the killing, the subjugation, oppression and torture. Love the brutality and supremacism. Embrace 9/11, 7/7, 3/11, the Libyan consulate attacks, Beslan, Mumbai, Bali …..
And just for the record…. I do not think “jihadophobia” is just emerging. I think it’s been around for 1,400 years of jihadi wars, land appropriations, cultural annihilations and enslavements.
Clearly, the victims of 911 were “jihadophobic,” as were the American heroes on Flight 93….
“Emergence of jihadophobia” Kuwait Times
“a big part of the problem is the one common form of double standards by which the international community associates evil perpetrated by Muslims to Islam but….”
The word jihadophobia is a neologism formed from jihad and phobia, referring to irrational fear of the concept of jihad in Islam. An increase in jihadophobiarelated events is gradually erupting in the west. Some recent examples of these events are: an advertisement that reads “Support Israel. Defeat Jihad” that went on display in 10 New York City subway stations; and a statement delivered by United States representative Michele Bachman calling for a ban on what she calls “jihadi” foods in school lunches in the US. Thus, I found it exceedingly significant to illuminate the true meaning of jihad in Islam. Undoubtedly, jihad is one of those hotly disputed Islamic concepts, having generated so much disagreement and diametrically opposed interpretations.
The taqiya and kitman continueÂ here.Â Just for knowing, nowhere in the quran does it speak to a “spiritual jihad”; it’s all holy war.
Omar Mekiki explains further that sharia must be forced on everyone:
Â “fighting in the way of God” refers to the struggle for the establishment of
God’sallah’s just order in the world. The fighter’s aim is to abide by the law of Godallah and enforce it legitimately among other human beings. The law of Allah is primary enshrined in Quran (Muslims’ source book for guidance) and sunnah (the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)).