Great numbers of Islamic spokesturds and their western useful idiots keep telling us about how wonderfully compatible Islam is with democracy. What you will not see is our useless media Â call these Â agitprops the frauds they are.
Jihad Watch links:
Note how the ISIS jihadist assumes, and takes for granted that the FSA jihadist will know as well, that democracy and secularism are opposed to Sharia, and that jihad is to be waged for the sake of establishing Sharia. These are elementary points taught by all sects of Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence; they’re only obscured by Islamic apologists in the West who want to keep non-Muslims ignorant and complacent about what is happening not only in Syria, but in their own countries.
“FSA, ISIS Fighters Exchange Insults over the Two-Way Radio in the Wake of Aleppo Rebel Infighting,” fromÂ MEMRI, n.d.:
“Cooperating is a sin!”
This is how the believers are kept in line: not to support the Brotherhood agenda would be a sin for which they’d burn in hell. And so Egyptians who don’t want Sharia and Islamization are threatened with eternal torture. “Brotherhood-linked cleric ‘forbids’ voting in Egypt referendum,” fromÂ AFP, January 8:
Muslim Brotherhood-linked cleric Youssef El-Qaradawi has issued a religious edict prohibiting Egyptians from voting in a referendum to be held next week by the interim government.
50 “Activists” Eliminated
More mercy and compassion from those who style themselves as the most fervent defenders of the Compassionate and Merciful One. “Syria: al Qaida kills 50 prisoners in Aleppo, activists say,” fromÂ ANSAmed, January 7 (thanks toÂ The Religion of Peace)
He was “radicalised” in Gitmo, no doubt:
Will the hard-Left lawyer Clive Stafford-Smith, whoÂ assured authorities that other Gitmo detainees deemed dangerous were actually harmless, have any comment on this? (I knew Clive slightly when we were both students at the University of North Carolina; Clive, if you’re reading this, send me an email at director[at]jihadwatch.org: I’d love to interview you aboutÂ Abu Sufian bin Qumu and Guantanamo.)
“Former Guantanamo detainee implicated in Benghazi attack,” by Adam Goldman for theÂ Washington Post, January 7:
U.S. officials suspect a former Guantanamo Bay detainee played a role in the attack on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya, and are planning to designate the group he leads as a foreign terrorism organization, according to officials with the plans.