Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Obama at Baltimore mosque quoted Muhammad from speech endorsing caliphate and beheading
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Obama at Baltimore mosque quoted Muhammad from speech endorsing caliphate and beheading
Obama said: “Whoever wants to enter paradise, the Prophet Muhammad taught, ‘let him treat people the way he would love to be treated.'” That saying comes from this hadith: It has been narrated on the authority of ‘Abd al-Rahman b. Abd Rabb al-Ka’ba who said: I entered the mosque when ‘Abdullah b. ‘Amr b. al-‘As […]
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  1. As usual Obama tries to deceive people into thinking that Mohammed taught peace and love, and that Islam is a religion of peace.

    Mohammed, as soon as be became powerful enough to do so, raided non muslims, made war on them, had them assassinated and stole what he could from them. When he was powerless, in his early days as a Prophet in Mecca he got peaceful revelations. As soon as he became more powerful, he got aggressive revelations of war and terror and put them into practice. Islam always drew first blood. He expelled most of the jews and christians from Arabia and on his death bed called for all of them to be expelled from Arabia.

    Under the islamic doctrine of abrogation, the latter verses of the Koran, which are very warlike and call for the killing and/or enslavement or making second class citizens of non muslims, control over the early Meccann period peaceful verses.

    But when a muslim wishes to deceive about the true teachings of islam, he quotes those early verses, knowing that most of his listeners will be too ignorant to know that he is trying to deceive them.

    Islam cannot stand the light of day, which is why it calls for death to a muslim who questions it too much or for anyone who criticizes it more than it likes. And its practice of intimidation has kept the general public largely ignorant of the evil teachings of this subversive political ideology/religion that seeks to destroy our constitution and replace it with sharia law that is against free speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom of artistic expression , due process of law, and equal protection of law.

    It is time to amend the constitution to provide that Islam will not be treated as or considered to be a religion within the meaning of the constitution and laws of the U S or any state thereof, and sharia law will not be recognized or enforced anywhere in the U S.

  2. One cannot make sense of the Koran by just reading it because, except for the first verse, it is arranged in order of descending chapter length, from longest chapter, which is first, to shortest chapter, which is last. This was done at the command of Uthman, 3rd successor to Mohammed, who then ordered all source material burned so no one could ever check on what was set forth in that original Koran.

    This order of the chapters has nothing to do with the order in which Mohammed announced the verses, nor with the historical context of their announcement.

    But it is generally agreed that the last verses to be revealed were those of the 9th chapter, which has a number of verses advocating violence, including the infamous verse of the sword, 9:5.

    The first verse of the Koran, which is prayed at least five times daily by devout muslims, is a prayer to not be like those who have gone astray ( the christians) or those who have incurred God's wrath ( the jews ). So when we hear how pious the muslims are since they pray so much, we should remember what they are in fact praying for.

  3. According to Diane "Anonymous" you have no credence because you chose the "Anonymous" option. Where's Diane? Crickets

  4. Crickets,the credence of a post depends on the contents of the post, not the name of its poster.

    If you doubt what I have said about Islam, you can easily verify that it is true by reading in the field. I suggest Apollinaire Guillaume's translanton of Ishaq's life of Mohammed, or if you prefer a shorter version, Bill Warner's Mohammed and the Unbelievers. You might also try the works of Robert Spencer, Wafa Sultan, Nonie Darwish, F W Burleigh, and other of the works on Islam by Bill Warner. You can also consult the Reliance of the Traveller and Shariah, the threat to America by the Council for Security Policy.