I’m so sick of people saying that either I or anyone else needs to be educated. I am well educated and I’m about to OWN YOU.
Please pass this around and help to educate everyone on our enemy in this war, why we fight this war, and what to expect if we simply run away.
This is all straight from the horses mouth! Islam itself!
It has been said that knowledge is power. Certainly, we can know that ignorance (the lack of knowledge) renders one absolutely powerless. The truth of the Word of God shines out on American Christendom in the light of Hosea 4:6:
“..my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge…”
This is indicting us for our complacency and laziness in educating ourselves about the trends that present themselves in these latter days. One of these is the rise of Islam in the United States and the Western world. How much does your average professing Christian even know about the religion of Muhammad? How can church-goers know how to sort through the varying images and claims which present themselves to us about Islam? What is truth, and what is falsehood, as far as is being told to us about the Muslim religion? How can we know the lies that will invariably be told to us, and avoid them?
Explanation of terms:
Qur’an – The primary religious text in Islam. It is held by Muslims to be perfect, complete, and heavenly. The Qur’an forms the primary and most important source of authoritative doctrine in orthodox Islam.
Ahadith (sing. Hadith) – Collections of sayings, teachings, and doctrines formulated attributed to Muhammad, narrated by several of his companions, and collated by various compilers. Also considered a source of authority for doctrine, as they contain the sayings of Allah’s prophet, Muhammad. Many Muslim scholars even refer to several of what are widely held to be authentic ahadith as “second inspiration”, and place them nearly on par with the Qur’an as sources of doctrine and practice. Among this body of hadithic literature, the collections of Bukhari, Muslim, Malik, Tirmzi, Abu Dawud, Nasa’i, and Ibn Majah are the most widely viewed as authentic, and therefore canonical. However, examination of the ahadith and the sunnat (below) over the past few decades have cast serious doubt onto the absolute authenticity of these traditional records and commandments. The evidence put forth by scholarship suggests that at least a large portion even of the canonical collections listed above were probably invented, or at least embellished, during the socio-political struggles between Muslim factions which occurred in the two centuries following Muhammad’s death. Therefore, when the records of the ahadith are used to support a point made about Islamic dogma or practice, it must be implicitly understood that this work does not rely on these sources for their absolute authenticity. Rather, they are looked to because they serve as a record of what the views, beliefs, and actions of Muslim tradition were ideally meant to be in the eyes of the Muslim reciters and collectors who attempted to give their creations added legitimacy through appeal to the authority of Muhammad and/or his Companions.
Sunnah (pl. Sunnat) – Very similar to the ahadith, these are collections of rules which were said to be laid down by Muhammad, and which he lived his life by. The ahadith, on the other hand, are narrations about Muhammad’s life which provide object examples for Muslims. The Sunnah are very important to most orthodox Muslims, and they are also considered to be a prime source of Islamic jurisprudence. Most orthodox Muslim teachers consider both the Qu’ran and the sunnah/ahadith to be indispensable in the lives of good Muslims.
Surah (pl. Surat) – A division of the Quranic text which most closely approximates the concept of “chapter” in Western literature. There are 114 surat in the Qur’an as it now exists. Each surah is named after a different topical heading, though this is not necessarily related to the main point of the surah.
Ayah (pl. Ayat) – A subdivision of the surahs, an ayah is approximate to a verse as found in the Bible. Together, references in the Qur’an are most commonly given in the form of (Surah number:ayah number)
1.) An individual’s striving for spiritual self-perfection.
2.) A Muslim holy war or spiritual struggle against infidels.
3.) A crusade or struggle
The origins of Mecca
In Old Testament times, Nabonidus, the last king of Babylon, built Tayma, Arabia as a center of Moon-god worship. When the popularity of the Moon-god waned elsewhere, the Arabs remained true to their conviction that the Moon-god was the greatest of all gods. While they worshipped 360 gods at the Kabah in Mecca, the Moon-god was the chief deity. Mecca was in fact built as a shrine for the Moon-god. The pagan Arabs worshipped the Moon-god Hubal (or Allah) by praying toward Mecca several times a day; making a pilgrimage to Mecca; running around the temple of the Moon-god called the Kabah; kissing the black stone; killing an animal in sacrifice to the Moon-god; throwing stones at the devil; fasting for the month which begins and ends with the crescent moon; giving alms to the poor, etc.
Facts about pre-Islamic Arab pagans
- Pagan Arabs in pre-Islamic times worshiped over 300 gods.
- The pagans Arabs worship the sun, moon and the stars.
- Arabs built temples to the Moon-god.
- Different Arab tribes gave the Moon-god different names/titles.
- Some of the names/titles given to the Moon-god: Hubal, Ilumquh, Sin, Al-ilah, Allah.
- The variable names (Sin, Hubal, llumquh, Al-ilah) of Moon-god were used by various tribes of pagan Arabs.
- The title “al-ilah” (the god) was used as the Moon-god.
- The word “Allah” is derived from “al-ilah”.
- The pagan “Allah” was the high god in a pantheon of deities.
- He was worshipped at the Kabah.
- Allah was only one of many Meccan gods.
- Pagan Arabs placed a statue of Hubal (Ilumquh, Sin, Al-ilah, Allah) on top of the Kabah.
- At that time Hubal (Ilumquh, Sin, Al-ilah, Allah) was called the Moon-god.
- The Kabah was the “house of the Moon-god”.
- The name “Allah” eventually replaced that of Hubal as the name of the Moon god.
- They called the Kabah the “house of Allah”.
- al-Lat, al-Uzza and Manat were called “the daughters of Allah”.
Facts about Islam
- The Qur’an at one point told Muslims to worship al-Lat, al-Uzza and Manat In Surah 53:19-20.
- Those verses have been abrogated out of the present Qur’an.
- Those verses are now called “The Satanic Verses”.
- “Islam” means “to surrender”. “Muslim” means “those who submit”.
Observations of Islam
Ever since the Attack on America on September 11, 2001, we have heard a never-ending chorus of voices from government, academia, and the media assuring us that the Islamic terrorists who attacked the Trade Towers and the Pentagon are not representative of “true Islam.” We have been likewise assured by spiritual leaders — even some Christian spokesmen — that Islam is a religion of peace, and that Muslims worship the same God as Christians and Jews.
“Our war is not against Islam,” we have been told repeatedly. “Our war is against terrorism.”
Well, what about it?
- Are Muslims the spiritual brothers and sisters of Christians and Jews?
- Do we all worship the same God?
- Are the Islamic holy scriptures, known as the Qur’an, inspired by God?
- Is Islam another path to God by which one can attain eternal life?
- Are the Islamic fundamentalists representative of true Islam, or are they a terrible aberration of an otherwise peace-loving religion?
- Is our war really a political one against international terrorists, or is it a spiritual battle against a demonic, intolerant, militant, and imperialistic religion known as Islam?
A Historical Perspective on Islam
Let’s begin our consideration of these questions with some historical background.
Muhammad, the man who dictated the Qur’an and gave birth to Islam, was born in Mecca in the Saudi Arabian peninsula in 570 A.D. His father died before he was born, and his mother died when he was six years old. He was raised first by a grandfather and later by an uncle.
Muhammad was illiterate throughout his life. Until the age of 25 he worked in caravans. During his extensive travels, he encountered many Christians and Jews. Through his conversations with them, he picked up bits and pieces of both Judaism and Christianity.
His life was radically changed at age 25 when he met a wealthy widow 40 years old who fell in love with him. Their marriage enabled Muhammad to live a life of leisure from that point on.
Fifteen years after his marriage, at age 40, Muhammad had a visitation from a spirit. Supposedly, this spirit told him that he was called of God to be a “prophet” and an “apostle.” It is interesting to note that there was no tradition in Arabian religions of either prophets or apostles. These terms were obviously used by Muhammad to appeal to Jews and Christians.
Muhammad continued to have spiritual visitations. They would throw him into a trance, and his utterances during the trances were written down by scribes. These ethereal statements became the Qur’an, but they were not compiled until after Muhammad’s death. When the compilation was made, the utterances were not organized either chronologically or by subject matter. The result was a jumble of disorganized and often incoherent sayings which are frequently contradictory.
For example, the Qur’an gives four conflicting accounts of Muhammad’s call to be a prophet [the word, Sura, means chapter]:
1. Suras 53 and 81 — God, or Allah as he is called in Arabic, personally appeared to Muhammad.
2. Suras 16 and 26 — The call was from the Holy Spirit.
3. Sura 15 — Angels issued the call.
4. Sura 2 — Gabriel was the one who appeared to him.
At the time Muhammad received his initial visitation, there were over 300 gods being worshiped in Mecca by pilgrims who came there each year to pray at the Ka’aba, a small cubic building that housed a black meteorite and effigies of the various gods. One of those gods was Hubal — or Allah, the Moon-god.
Muhammad proclaimed that there was only one god — and he selected Allah as that god. That’s the reason the crescent moon became the symbol of Islam. Muhammad also proclaimed that he was the prophet of Allah.
Initially, Muhammad expected both Jews and Christians to receive his new revelation. Thus, early passages in the Qur’an speak admiringly of “the people of the Book.” These are the passages that Muslims in the West quote in their effort to prove that Islam is a tolerant religion. An example is Sura 5:82 which says, “You will find that those who are nearest in love to the believers [Muslims] are those who say, ‘We are Christians.'”
But when Jews and Christians rejected Muhammad, he turned fiercely against them, and later passages in the Qur’an speak of them disparagingly:
- Sura 5:51 commands Muslims not to take Jews and Christians as friends.
- Sura 9:29 commands Muslims to fight against Jews and Christians until they either submit to Allah or else agree to pay a special tax.
- Sura 2:65-66 and Sura 5:60 contain references to Jews as “apes and swine to be despised and rejected.”
Jews and Christians were not the only ones who rejected Muhammad’s new revelations. The people of his own tribe, the Quraysh, also rejected him. In response, Muhammad succumbed to the temptation to appease his tribe by announcing that it would be okay for them to worship the three daughters of Allah — named Al-Lat, Al-Uzza, and Manat.
This declaration led to the infamous “Satanic verses” of the Qur’an which were later deleted when Muhammad reverted back to monotheism. Muslims have tried ever since to cover-up this diversion from the faith. In 1989 an Indian writer by the name of Salman Rushdie brought up this taboo topic when he wrote a novel entitled, “The Satanic Verses”. The Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran condemned him and called for his assassination. A three million dollar bounty was placed on his head, and he has been in hiding ever since.
The opposition to Muhammad in his home town of Mecca continued to grow until he was forced to flee 250 miles to Medina where his message was received. The Islamic calendar dates from this year when Muhammad fled to Medina and found a receptive audience, resulting in the formal establishment of Islam as a religion. It was the year 622 A.D., and that date represents year one of the Muslim calendar, which is a lunar calendar. The year 2001 is the year 1422 in the Muslim dating system.
After the death of his wife, Muhammad married at least eleven other women (some sources place the total as high as sixteen). He also took several concubines. He married one girl who was only six years old and had sexual relations with her when she was nine. According to the Qur’an, only the prophet could have unlimited wives. All other Muslim men are limited to four (Sura 4:3).
Muhammad died on June 8, 632 A.D. in Medina at age 63. He left no successor, and Islam soon broke into warring sects such as the Shiites and the Sunnis.
The Spread of Islam
All of those who survived Muhammad took up the sword, as directed by the Qur’an, and devoted themselves to advancing Islam through military might. The resulting spread of the religion was phenomenal. Within a century, Islamic forces had conquered Saudi Arabia, the entire Middle East, Central Asia, and large parts of India. The armies raged through Egypt and across North Africa, destroying corrupt Byzantine Christianity in their path.
In 710 A.D. the Islamic armies crossed the Straits of Gibraltar and quickly conquered three-fourths of Spain and Portugal. They then invaded France and took one-third of the nation. They were 125 miles from Paris when they were miraculously defeated at the Battle of Poitiers (also known as the Battle of Tours) in 732 A.D. by a French army led by Charles Martel. Their influence in Spain lived on for a few more centuries before they were slowly driven back to North Africa.
A second powerful attempt to subjugate all of Europe was made 900 years later in the 17th Century when the Turks began to expand their Ottoman Empire. They took Greece, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and parts of Romania and Hungary. By 1683 they had reached the gates of Vienna where once again the Western forces won a miraculous victory against overwhelming odds.
Following this second attempt to conquer Europe, Islam fell into a state of depression and stagnation until it was awakened in the 20th Century due to several factors:
- The Amassing of Great Wealth — due to the discovery of vast reservoirs of oil in Arab lands.
- The Re-establishment of the Nation of Israel — interpreted by Islamic clerics like Khomeini as a judgment of Allah due to Islamic stagnation and apostasy.
- The Positioning of U.S. Armed Forces — the placement during the 1990’s of American troops throughout the Middle East in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.
- The Encroachment of Western Culture into the Muslim World — due to the penetration of Western movies, television programs, and consumer goods.
The Cultural Nature of Islam
The encroachment of Western culture cannot be stressed too much. It seems trivial to most Westerners, but that is because of the failure to understand that Islam is a cultural religion that deifies 7th Century Arabian culture.
Westerners tend to view religion as something intensely personal and private, and not as a cultural phenomenon. For example, Christianity is “supra-cultural” in that it allows people to live, dress and eat in accordance with the culture in which they exist. This is not so with Islam. In Islam, there is no “secular realm” that is free of religion. Islam regulates every aspect of life to the point that religion, politics, and culture are inseparable. Islam is thus fueled by a subtle form of racism in which 7th Century Arab culture is to be imposed upon all other cultures.
Some examples of the cultural nature of Islam:
Political Structure — The tribalism of 7th Century Arabia is the political structure sanctioned by the Qur’an. The chief has absolute authority. There is no concept of civil rights. This principle is reflected today in the reality that all Islamic countries are ruled by dictators, and civil liberties, like freedom of speech and religion, do not exist.
Prayer — A Muslim is required to pray five times a day toward Mecca. This is a symbol of the underlying cultural imperialism that lies at the heart of Islam. Think of it — what if all Russian Orthodox throughout the world were required to pray toward Moscow? Or, if all Roman Catholics were required to face Rome when they prayed? What if Evangelical Christians were required to pray toward Jerusalem? Such requirements would imply a cultural attachment to the focal point of prayer.
Pilgrimage — A Muslim is required, despite the hardship and cost, to make a pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia once in his lifetime. Again, what if all Christians were required to go to Rome once in their lifetimes?
Dietary Laws — The only foods allowable are those that were acceptable in 7th Century Arabia.
Women — What an illiterate, nomadic tribeswoman wore in the desert in 7th Century Arabia is what is mandated for Muslim women today. The plight of women in Islamic countries today is despicable. They can be kept prisoners in their homes. They cannot appear in public without a covering. They are usually denied the right to vote. They are often denied anything more than a rudimentary education. In strict Islamic countries, women are generally treated as sub-human. Sura 4:34 says, “Men are the managers of the affairs of women … Those women who are rebellious — admonish them, banish them to their couches, and beat them.”
Punishment — Cruel and unusual punishment is practiced throughout the Islamic world. Incarceration without due process is common. Punishments often include torture, the cutting off of body parts (hands, ears and tongues), the gouging out of eyes, beheading, and public flogging — all representative of 7th Century Arabian culture.
The Qur’an specifically commands that those who disobey Allah are to be tortured, as commanded in Sura 8:12-14:
“I will strike terror into the hearts of those who disbelieved. Smite them above the necks, and strike even every finger. This is what they have justly incurred by resisting Allah and his messenger. For those who resist Allah and his messenger, Allah’s retribution is severe. This is to punish the disbelievers; they have incurred the retribution of hell.”
Time magazine recently presented a chilling summary of the cultural nature of Islam as it is evidenced in the “moderate” Islamic nation of Saudi Arabia:
Despite the modernization that took place after the discovery of oil reserves in 1938, Saudi Arabia remains a land where rigid religious and traditional values are strictly enforced. Cinemas and discos are outlawed; men and women are separated in banks, schools, and fast-food restaurants; women must wear veils and are forbidden to drive. Public decency police known as “Muttawa” comb shopping malls searching for women whose loose scarves reveal a curl of hair and forcing store owners to shut down during prayer times. Unforgiving Saudi justice is on view after the main prayer every Friday, when a swordsman beheads blindfolded murderers, sorcerers, drug smugglers, and other criminals in Riyadh’s “Chop-chop Square.”
The Spiritual Nature of Islam
Islam is a typical works salvation religion centered around a false god. Its fundamental tenets deny the heart of the Christian Gospel, revealing its demonic origin.
The Qur’an — As previously pointed out, the holy book of Islam is riddled with contradictions. Consider, for example, what it says about creation. In one place it asserts that Allah created everything in “the twinkling of an eye” as stated in Sura 54:49-50:
“Everything we created is precisely measured. Our commands are done within the blink of an eye.”
Elsewhere it says that the time period of the creation was two days as stated in Sura 41:9 and Sura 41:12:
“41:9 Say (O Muhammad, unto the idolaters): Disbelieve ye verily in Him Who created the earth in two Days, and ascribe ye unto Him rivals ? He (and none else) is the Lord of the Worlds.”
“41:12 Then He ordained them seven heavens in two Days and inspired in each heaven its mandate; and We decked the nether heaven with lamps, and rendered it inviolable. That is the measuring of the Mighty, the Knower.”
In four days:
“41:10 He placed therein firm hills rising above it, and blessed it and measured therein its sustenance in four Days…”
In six days:
Sura 7:54 – “Your Lord is Allah Who created the heavens and the earth in six Days, then mounted He the Throne”
Sura 10:3 – “Your Lord is Allah Who created the heavens and the earth in six Days”
Sura 32:4 – “Allah is the One who created the heavens and the earth, and everything between them in six days”
In “a day equaling 1,000 years”:
Sura 32:5 – “To Him, the day is equivalent to one thousand of your years.”
And also in “50,000 years”:
Sura 70:4 – “Whereby the angels and the Spirit ascend unto him in a day whereof the span is fifty thousand years.”
That’s a total of six different time periods.
The Qur’an contains many scientific errors. A crude example is found in Sura 18:8-86 where it says that Alexander the Great followed the setting of the sun and discovered that it went down into the waters of a muddy spring.
The Qur’an is also full of historical errors. It presents Mary the mother of Jesus as the sister of Moses and Aaron (obiously confusing her with their sister, Miriam). The Noahic flood is placed in the time of Moses, and the claim is made that one of Noah’s sons refused to enter the Ark and was drowned.
The Qur’an also pictures Abraham as offering Ishmael as a sacrifice in Mecca, whereas the Biblical account has Abraham offering Isaac on Mt. Moriah in the area that would later become the heart of Jerusalem.
God — The Qur’an asserts that the god of Islam is the God of Christians and Jews as claimed in Sura 29:46:
“Do not argue with the people of the scripture (Jews, Christians, and Muslims) except in the nicest possible manner – unless they transgress – and say, ‘We believe in what was revealed to us and in what was revealed to you, and our god and your god is one and the same; to him we are submitters.'”
Nothing could be farther from the truth.
The god of Islam – Allah is most definitely not the God of the Bible. Allah is presented in the Qur’an as an autocratic ruler who is aloof and arbitrary as stated in Sura 5:40:
“Do you not know that Allah possesses the sovereignty of the heavens and the earth? He punishes whomever He wills, and forgives whomever He wills. Allah is Omnipotent.”
Allah is unknowable whereas the God of the Bible is knowable as stated in 2 Timothy 1:12:
“For I know whom I have believed and I am convinced that He is able to guard what I have entrusted to Him until that day.”
Allah is impersonal, unlike the personal God the Scriptures reveal in 1 Peter 5:6-7:
“Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”
Here is what the Qur’an says about the God of the Bible in Sura 4:171:
“Believe in Allah and say not ‘Trinity.’ Cease! It is better for you! Allah is only one god. Far is it removed from his transcendent majesty that he should have a son.”
Allah is capricious as stated in Sura 2:284:
“To Allah belongs everything in the heavens and the earth. Whether you declare your innermost thoughts, or keep them hidden, Allah holds you responsible for them. He forgives whomever he wills, and punishes whomever he wills. Allah is omnipotent.”
Whereas the God of the Bible is trustworthy. Nowhere is Allah presented as a god of love — which is the essence of the nature of the God of the Bible as stated in 1 John 4:7-16:
“Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is Love. This is how God showed His love among us:
He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through Him. This is Love: not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and His love is made complete in us.
We know that we live in Him and He in us, because He has given us of His Spirit. And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent His Son to be the Savior of the world. If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in him and he in God. And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in him.”
Jesus — The Qur’an denies point blank that Jesus was the Son of God in Sura 112:2-3:
“The Absolute god. Never did he beget. Nor was he begotten.”
It also denies His atoning sacrifice by claiming that he never died in Sura 4:157:
“And for claiming that they killed the Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, the Messenger of God. In fact, they never killed Him, they never crucified Him – they were made to think that they did. All factions who are disputing in this matter are full of doubt concerning this issue. They possess no knowledge; they only conjecture. For certain, they never killed Him.”
Sin – There is no concept of sin in Islam and therefore no need for forgiveness. Shame replaces sin. Everything is a matter of honor verses dishonor. In the Muslim view, man does not need redemption, he only needs some guidance so that he might develop the inherently pure nature with which the creator has endowed him.
Ethics – The situation determines the appropriate action, not a standard of right and wrong. As an example, Al Ghazzali (1058 – 1111), one of the greatest Muslim theologians, wrote: “Know that a lie is not wrong in itself. If a lie is the only way of obtaining a good result, it is permissible. We must lie when truth leads to unpleasant results.”
The Qur’an sanctions revenge in Sura 2:194:
“If anyone transgresses … against you, transgress likewise against him”.
Salvation – Islam is a religion of works. One obtains favor with Allah by performing the five pillars of the faith:[*]* Reciting the creed that there is one god, Allah, and his prophet is Muhammad.
- Praying five times a day toward Mecca.
- Giving alms to the poor.
- Fasting from sunrise to sunset one month a year during the month of Ramadan.
- Making a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Another way to reach Paradise is to die fighting for Allah as stated in Sura 3:157-158:
“Whether you get killed or die in the cause of Allah, the forgiveness from Allah, and mercy are far better than anything they hoard. Whether you die or get killed, you will be summoned before Allah.”
Islam is so works oriented that it teaches that good deeds cancel bad ones as in Sura 11:114:
“You shall observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) at both ends of the day, and during the night. The righteous works wipe out the evil works. This is a reminder for those who would take heed.”
In contrast to all this emphasis on works, the Biblical Word of God teaches that it is impossible to earn salvation because it is a gift of God’s grace that is received through faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior as stated in Ephesians 2:8-10:
“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith, and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works [that we do], so that no one can boast. For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do [for Him].”
Heaven — The Islamic Paradise is a place of sensual pleasure consisting of gluttonous feasts and endless sex orgies:
Sura 52:17-24 –
“The righteous have deserved gardens and bliss. They enjoy what their lord has reserved for them; their lord has spared them the retribution of hell. Eat and drink happily, in return for your works. They relax on luxurious furnishings, and we match them with beautiful spouses. For those who believed, and their children also followed them in belief, we will have their children join them. We never fail to reward them for any work. Every person is paid for what he did. We will supply them with fruits and meats that they love. They will enjoy drinks that are never polluted, and never sinful to drink. Serving them will be servants like protected pearls.”
Sura 55:54-56 –
“While relaxing on furnishings lined with satin, the fruits are within reach. Which of your Lord’s marvels can you deny? Their beautiful mates were never touched by any human or jinn.”
Sura 78:32-34 –
“Orchards and grapes. Magnificent spouses. Delicious drinks.”
It is interesting to note that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world today. Popular grounds of recruitment are commonly found in prisons and low-income neighborhoods. Could the idea of eternal orgies and feasts be a primary attraction for life-long criminals, and the poor to so easily convert to Islam?
Islam is a scary and terrible thing. Muslims are not peaceful and they don’t want to fit in. They want to control the world. It is a socio-poltical fascist movement disguised as a religion. God doesn’t need you to take anything back for him…He’s GOD! It’s already his!
This is from an older entry over at OpenDiary I used to have.
Posted 6/2/2013 at 12:45 PM on Xanga