Hey Guys, been quite some time since I've been on here. Looking forward to hearing back from you all. This question has been on my mind a lot lately.
Does it seem like the world has become dare I say "too politically correct, and far to liberal when it comes to the threat of radical Islam swarming
through the world right now.
I am deeply disturbed by what's happening in the world to date. You look at the slaughter that just ensued in Kenya,
the rise of ISIS swooping through Iraq right now,you look at attempts by certain Muslims to implement Sharia Law here in Canada. You look at honor
killings, the recent exchange of 5 terrorists for an American, ( something the United States has never said they would do ( negotiate with terrorists
) , full wide scale terrorism where you have young brainwashed boys get thrown into an embassy with bombs strapped to his body all the while being
told he will get 70 virgins in Heaven from Allah.
We see, hear and some of us even experience these circumstances. Yet it seems like there is a full court press to not really
read the Koran for ourselves and understand the origin of where so many Extremists develop their ideologies from ( * note I mention extremists*
because I know there are countless amounts of Muslims out there, who do their best to live in peace with one another, are not violent and have the
same basic human needs and desires as us all)*
It's scary when you read pasages like this in the koran
=chapter 8, verse 12: "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of
chapter 9, verse 5: "Slay the idolaters wherever you find them and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush…."
Here is a statement from an individual who used to be Muslim but has since left the faith, who grew up in Saudi Arabia and personally knew some of
Osama Bin Ladens family members
"You cannot stand against the religion, you cannot critique the prophet or the teaching of the Koran, and you cannot leave the religion because you're
not free to do so," Fadi said. "There is no equality between genders, there is no equality between people of other faiths."
"For you to leave Islam, you are leaving your identity, your culture, your community, your family, everything that you grew up to believe to be true,"
he said. "There is no separation between state and mosque, state and religion."
Fadi's family in Saudi Arabia eventually came to grips with his leaving Islam. One of his brothers, however, still threatens his life on a regular
But he said the threats won't stop him from telling the truth about his former religion.
- So you have a family member ( your own brother) threaten your very life constantly simply because you stopped believing in his God. It's time
for us to wake up and fully realize this is no religion of peace, but is in fact a very dangerous ideology that is set out to convert all to Islam or
I feel for the people who are raised in this, well meaning people who feel trapped and simply go along with Islam
because it's deeply ingrained in their family, culture and political systems. I feel it's dangerous because the Koran has made it very clear than all
non-muslims are expendable, I feel there is a strange agenda taking place where we are told to not get bent out of shape when Muslims attempt to
invoke special rights in North America. Whether they like it or not, America and Canada were founded on Judeo - Christian principles.
I feel like all religions are held in the same light by most the general public, and most mistakenly believe that Religions are all dangerous. If you
truly look at the stats- they're pretty foretelling.
All over the globe you hear of so much violence taking place at the hands of extremist islamist groups that go into countries and bomb churches, burn
all non -muslims alive and violently and ruthlessly go on killing sprees. Yet these events always seem to be downplayed. It's almost as if everyone is
too afraid to maybe acknowledge that there is a strong correlation to the commands unique only to the Koran that actually enable such behaviors.
Yet we live in a society now, where it seems like you can never speak out a word against anything wrong that Islam is doing or it will
end up on channel 5 news, and there will be public outrage. It's so odd, but it almost feels like the stage is being set...
My question for you guys is - is their a conspiracy to silence most who speak out against islam, or filter it... Did the West fund terorrism in
Syria, and are they behind some of the funding to the current ISIS terrorist network i in your opinions?
Look forward to hearing back from you all
edit on 23-6-2014 by freedom7 because: (no reason given)