You are either with us or against us, Pope told

This moron should be questioned about islamic inaction over destroying and burning churches and killing Christians. moslems always playing the victims (and leftards fall for this BS, every time….)

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Mehmet Görmez, head of the Religious Affairs Directorate, has said that the prevalence of attacks targeting mosques and Muslim communities has been increasing year by year, and he criticized the Vatican and other religious foundations for remaining ineffective in preventing such attacks against Muslims.–TODAYSZAMAN.COM
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AbbasSisi-630x300Of course he turned it down. The point is not to have a “Palestinian” state. The point is to destroy Israel. (JW)
American-Muslim (Jihadi) Imams EXHORT Shariah Law: KILL Critics of Islam!  A patriot’s “fatwa” should be on their heads!  –ADINAKUTNICKI.COM
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Stuck on stupid:

Imam Kerry: Anti-Islamic State coalition means “demolishing the distortion of one of the world’s great peaceful religions”

This is why we must fight the Islamic State: so that people won’t misunderstand Islam. Because as Kerry’s boss would say, the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.

Update:

John Kerry’s Absurdistan (Hugh Fitzgerald)
clear

He woodenly praises the yet-to-be-determined “inclusivity” of the new Iraqi government, and the need to fight — to “demolish” what is in Muslim eyes the most grievous of the Islamic State’s offenses — the “distortion of one of the world’s great peaceful religions,” here. But even if this particular Islamic State is held in check, or its forces destroyed, the same Qur’an, the same Hadith, the same figure of Muhammad, that animates its fighters, will ensure that the same ideals will live on in the minds of all those Muslims who, either by early upbringing, or following a slow metamorphosis or a sudden raptus (hardly accessible to prediction by non-Muslims) during their seemingly placid lives, or because they are converts who were attracted to Islam in its purest form, and another Islamic State or statelet will be fought for, blown up for, decaptitated for, anywhere — and not necessarily only in the Middle East — that a sufficient number of Muslims live and can organize themselves.

Call to widen Trojan Horse probe – Belfast Telegraph

Call to widen Trojan Horse probe

Attempts are likely to have been made to impose a hardline Muslim agenda in other English schools, according to the former anti-terror chief who led an investigation into the Birmingham “Trojan Horse” plot. …02 September 2014 (Mullah)

Pupils at ‘Trojan Horse’ school were shown extremist jihadi promotional video, MPs told

Mr Clark said some had been reluctant to investigate the affair because “fears of being accused of racism or Islamophobia were in the forefront of their mind”. … (Mullah, pbuh)

Jihad vs Crusades  (Bill Warner)

Whenever you’re dealing with an apologist for Islam, or even a Muslim, and you bring up jihad, almost immediately, they kickback to you:  “But what about those terrible crusades?

Why they’re the moral justification for jihad and we’re just as bad as they are.
0:19
So let’s not talk about jihad, okay?
0:22
Let’s talk about the Crusades.”
0:25
Well, what I would like to talk about are facts.
0:28
It turns out I sat down and put together some work and
0:31
I created a database of some 548 battles that Islam fought:
0:36
jihad battles against classical civilization.
0:40
This isn’t even all the battles.
0:41
It really doesn’t say much about Africa and India, Afghanistan, and all that.
0:46
It’s primarily the battles against the classical civilization of Rome and Greece.
0:52
548 battles is a lot, and it’s too much to even comprehend.
0:57
So I created something which I call a dynamic battle map
1:00
in which you have a display of the Mediterranean and a white dot means
1:05
that in this twenty-year period, that’s a new battle.
1:07
So every time the screen changes its 20 year period,
1:11
White colors turn to red so you can see the history.
1:16
This may seem a little confusing, but I think when you see it you’ll know exactly what I mean.
1:20
Here it starts: Islam burst out of the Arabian Peninsula and immediately starts attacking the Middle East.
1:28
Notice that it doesn’t take long until they’re crossing the Mediterranean and
1:31
attacking southern France, and Spain.
1:35
Notice something else here.
1:36
When most people think of Islam, they think of Arabs;
1:40
they think of desert.
1:42
And yet here we see that Islam is projecting power throughout the Mediterranean.
1:47
Notice how the little islands of the Mediterranean are getting hammered.
1:51
The navy of Islam would attack coastal towns, kill, rob, rape, and then take slaves.
2:01
So this whole battle map, as it unfolds, you see slaves being taken.
2:06
Over a million slaves were taken out of Europe into the Islamic world.
2:12
It’s something you don’t think about much but it’s absolutely true.
2:15
There are over 200 battles fought in Spain alone.
2:21
We also see however on the East Coast in Turkey that Islam is trying to break into Europe.
2:30
Now what’s going to happen is in Spain
2:33
this ongoing fight that lasted for 400 years is the Christians are going to push back the Moslems.
2:41
But now then what is happened over in the East is that Constantinople is fallen
2:46
and now then Eastern Europe is getting hammered.
2:49
The jihad now comes to Eastern Europe.
2:52
It’s pushed out now of Spain, northern Africa is now completely Islamic,
2:57
and the Middle East is completely Islamic.
3:00
This is all jihad, relentless jihad.
3:04
And why is it so relentless?
3:06
Well, Mohammed was relentless in his jihad,
3:09
and these people are good students of Islam.
3:12
And so it’s (jihad) against the Kafir, on and on.
3:15
It was traditional that when the Sultan came to power,
3:18
the brand-new Sultan, he would immediately try to launch new wars,
3:23
because he was going to be noted in his Islamic history as to how well he fought against the Kafir.
3:31
So that’s what the jihad looked like over that time period: 548 battles.
3:37
But remember, when we bring up jihad, people want to bring up the Crusades.
3:41
So I also prepared a dynamic battle map of all the offensive raids of the crusaders.
3:46
Let’s watch it and make a comparison.
3:49
And so it begins: the Crusades enter into Turkey and the Middle East; battles go on.
3:54
But aren’t there far fewer than you thought there might be?
3:57
And here we go: the last battles are fought and that is the end of the Crusades.
4:04
So now we can talk about some facts!
4:07
Yes, there were Crusades.
4:09
But notice that they ended centuries ago, and jihad is being practiced today.
4:14
Jihad has been with us for 1400 years.
4:17
There is no comparison between jihad and the Crusades; certainly not a moral comparison.
4:23
And when we’re looking at the Crusades, remember,
4:25
in one sense all of the Crusades were defensive wars. Why?
4:29
As we saw in the first jihad map, it was Islam that came out of Arabia and conquered the Middle East,
4:35
a Christian Middle East.
4:37
And so the crusaders were trying to free their Christian brothers and sisters from jihad.
4:43
So there’s no moral comparison all.
4:45
The motivation of the crusaders was to free Christians; the purpose of jihad is to enslave the Kafir.
4:52
The next time you hear somebody talk about “Oh, those dreadful Crusades”,
4:56
you speak the facts about the matter.
4:58
Why don’t you pipe up and tell them, “You know, you don’t really know the matter.”
0:10
almost immediately, they kickback to you:
0:12
“But what about those terrible crusades?
0:15
Why they’re the moral justification for jihad and we’re just as bad as they are.
0:19
So let’s not talk about jihad, okay?
0:22
Let’s talk about the Crusades.”
0:25
Well, what I would like to talk about are facts.
0:28
It turns out I sat down and put together some work and
0:31
I created a database of some 548 battles that Islam fought:
0:36
jihad battles against classical civilization.
0:40
This isn’t even all the battles.
0:41
It really doesn’t say much about Africa and India, Afghanistan, and all that.
0:46
It’s primarily the battles against the classical civilization of Rome and Greece.
0:52
548 battles is a lot, and it’s too much to even comprehend.
0:57
So I created something which I call a dynamic battle map
1:00
in which you have a display of the Mediterranean and a white dot means
1:05
that in this twenty-year period, that’s a new battle.
1:07
So every time the screen changes its 20 year period,
1:11
White colors turn to red so you can see the history.
1:16
This may seem a little confusing, but I think when you see it you’ll know exactly what I mean.
1:20
Here it starts: Islam burst out of the Arabian Peninsula and immediately starts attacking the Middle East.
1:28
Notice that it doesn’t take long until they’re crossing the Mediterranean and
1:31
attacking southern France, and Spain.
1:35
Notice something else here.
1:36
When most people think of Islam, they think of Arabs;
1:40
they think of desert.
1:42
And yet here we see that Islam is projecting power throughout the Mediterranean.
1:47
Notice how the little islands of the Mediterranean are getting hammered.
1:51
The navy of Islam would attack coastal towns, kill, rob, rape, and then take slaves.
2:01
So this whole battle map, as it unfolds, you see slaves being taken.
2:06
Over a million slaves were taken out of Europe into the Islamic world.
2:12
It’s something you don’t think about much but it’s absolutely true.
2:15
There are over 200 battles fought in Spain alone.
2:21
We also see however on the East Coast in Turkey that Islam is trying to break into Europe.
2:30
Now what’s going to happen is in Spain
2:33
this ongoing fight that lasted for 400 years is the Christians are going to push back the Moslems.
2:41
But now then what is happened over in the East is that Constantinople is fallen
2:46
and now then Eastern Europe is getting hammered.
2:49
The jihad now comes to Eastern Europe.
2:52
It’s pushed out now of Spain, northern Africa is now completely Islamic,
2:57
and the Middle East is completely Islamic.
3:00
This is all jihad, relentless jihad.
3:04
And why is it so relentless?
3:06
Well, Mohammed was relentless in his jihad,
3:09
and these people are good students of Islam.
3:12
And so it’s (jihad) against the Kafir, on and on.
3:15
It was traditional that when the Sultan came to power,
3:18
the brand-new Sultan, he would immediately try to launch new wars,
3:23
because he was going to be noted in his Islamic history as to how well he fought against the Kafir.
3:31
So that’s what the jihad looked like over that time period: 548 battles.
3:37
But remember, when we bring up jihad, people want to bring up the Crusades.
3:41
So I also prepared a dynamic battle map of all the offensive raids of the crusaders.
3:46
Let’s watch it and make a comparison.
3:49
And so it begins: the Crusades enter into Turkey and the Middle East; battles go on.
3:54
But aren’t there far fewer than you thought there might be?
3:57
And here we go: the last battles are fought and that is the end of the Crusades.
4:04
So now we can talk about some facts!
4:07
Yes, there were Crusades.
4:09
But notice that they ended centuries ago, and jihad is being practiced today.
4:14
Jihad has been with us for 1400 years.
4:17
There is no comparison between jihad and the Crusades; certainly not a moral comparison.
4:23
And when we’re looking at the Crusades, remember,
4:25
in one sense all of the Crusades were defensive wars. Why?
4:29
As we saw in the first jihad map, it was Islam that came out of Arabia and conquered the Middle East,
4:35
a Christian Middle East.
4:37
And so the crusaders were trying to free their Christian brothers and sisters from jihad.
4:43
So there’s no moral comparison all.
4:45
The motivation of the crusaders was to free Christians; the purpose of jihad is to enslave the Kafir.
4:52
The next time you hear somebody talk about “Oh, those dreadful Crusades”,
4:56
you speak the facts about the matter.
4:58
Why don’t you pipe up and tell them, “You know, you don’t really know the matter.”
0:10
almost immediately, they kickback to you:
0:12
“But what about those terrible crusades?
0:15
Why they’re the moral justification for jihad and we’re just as bad as they are.
0:19
So let’s not talk about jihad, okay?
0:22
Let’s talk about the Crusades.”
0:25
Well, what I would like to talk about are facts.
0:28
It turns out I sat down and put together some work and
0:31
I created a database of some 548 battles that Islam fought:
0:36
jihad battles against classical civilization.
0:40
This isn’t even all the battles.
0:41
It really doesn’t say much about Africa and India, Afghanistan, and all that.
0:46
It’s primarily the battles against the classical civilization of Rome and Greece.
0:52
548 battles is a lot, and it’s too much to even comprehend.
0:57
So I created something which I call a dynamic battle map
1:00
in which you have a display of the Mediterranean and a white dot means
1:05
that in this twenty-year period, that’s a new battle.
1:07
So every time the screen changes its 20 year period,
1:11
White colors turn to red so you can see the history.
1:16
This may seem a little confusing, but I think when you see it you’ll know exactly what I mean.
1:20
Here it starts: Islam burst out of the Arabian Peninsula and immediately starts attacking the Middle East.
1:28
Notice that it doesn’t take long until they’re crossing the Mediterranean and
1:31
attacking southern France, and Spain.
1:35
Notice something else here.
1:36
When most people think of Islam, they think of Arabs;
1:40
they think of desert.
1:42
And yet here we see that Islam is projecting power throughout the Mediterranean.
1:47
Notice how the little islands of the Mediterranean are getting hammered.
1:51
The navy of Islam would attack coastal towns, kill, rob, rape, and then take slaves.
2:01
So this whole battle map, as it unfolds, you see slaves being taken.
2:06
Over a million slaves were taken out of Europe into the Islamic world.
2:12
It’s something you don’t think about much but it’s absolutely true.
2:15
There are over 200 battles fought in Spain alone.
2:21
We also see however on the East Coast in Turkey that Islam is trying to break into Europe.
2:30
Now what’s going to happen is in Spain
2:33
this ongoing fight that lasted for 400 years is the Christians are going to push back the Moslems.
2:41
But now then what is happened over in the East is that Constantinople is fallen
2:46
and now then Eastern Europe is getting hammered.
2:49
The jihad now comes to Eastern Europe.
2:52
It’s pushed out now of Spain, northern Africa is now completely Islamic,
2:57
and the Middle East is completely Islamic.
3:00
This is all jihad, relentless jihad.
3:04
And why is it so relentless?
3:06
Well, Mohammed was relentless in his jihad,
3:09
and these people are good students of Islam.
3:12
And so it’s (jihad) against the Kafir, on and on.
3:15
It was traditional that when the Sultan came to power,
3:18
the brand-new Sultan, he would immediately try to launch new wars,
3:23
because he was going to be noted in his Islamic history as to how well he fought against the Kafir.
3:31
So that’s what the jihad looked like over that time period: 548 battles.
3:37
But remember, when we bring up jihad, people want to bring up the Crusades.
3:41
So I also prepared a dynamic battle map of all the offensive raids of the crusaders.
3:46
Let’s watch it and make a comparison.
3:49
And so it begins: the Crusades enter into Turkey and the Middle East; battles go on.
3:54
But aren’t there far fewer than you thought there might be?
3:57
And here we go: the last battles are fought and that is the end of the Crusades.
4:04
So now we can talk about some facts!
4:07
Yes, there were Crusades.
4:09
But notice that they ended centuries ago, and jihad is being practiced today.
4:14
Jihad has been with us for 1400 years.
4:17
There is no comparison between jihad and the Crusades; certainly not a moral comparison.
4:23
And when we’re looking at the Crusades, remember,
4:25
in one sense all of the Crusades were defensive wars. Why?
4:29
As we saw in the first jihad map, it was Islam that came out of Arabia and conquered the Middle East,
4:35
a Christian Middle East.
4:37
And so the crusaders were trying to free their Christian brothers and sisters from jihad.
4:43
So there’s no moral comparison all.
4:45
The motivation of the crusaders was to free Christians; the purpose of jihad is to enslave the Kafir.
4:52
The next time you hear somebody talk about “Oh, those dreadful Crusades”,
4:56
you speak the facts about the matter.
4:58
Why don’t you pipe up and tell them, “You know, you don’t really know the matter.”