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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Uncomfortable Questions, Indeed...

Michelle notes that Investor's Business Daily asks some extremely un-P.C. questions today about the world's fastest-growing cult:

Is Islam the only religion with a doctrine, theology and legal system that mandates warfare against unbelievers?

Is it true that 26 chapters of the Quran deal with jihad, a fight able-bodied believers are obligated to join (Surah 2:216), and that the text orders Muslims to "instill terror into the hearts of the unbeliever" and to "smite above their necks" (8:12)?

Is the "test" of loyalty to Allah not good acts or faith in general, but martyrdom that results from fighting unbelievers (47:4) — the only assurance of salvation in Islam (4:74; 9:111)?

Are the sins of any Muslim who becomes a martyr forgiven by the very act of being slain while slaying the unbelievers (4:96)?

And is it really true that martyrs are rewarded with virgins, among other carnal delights, in Paradise (38:51, 55:56; 55:76; 56:22)?

Are those unable to do jihad — such as women or the elderly — required to give "asylum and aid" to those who do fight unbelievers in the cause of Allah (8:74)?

Does Islam advocate expansion by force? And is the final command of jihad, as revealed to Muhammad in the Quran, to conquer the world in the name of Islam (9:29)?

C.A.I.R.? Over to you...

3 Comments:

Anonymous Outlandish Josh said...

You might google the meaning of jihad for some context too.

11:10 AM  
Anonymous Chris Edwards said...

It seems to me this needs to get to a whole lot of people, the majority seem to be wilfully ignorant to the sinister reality of islam.

1:38 PM  
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3:44 PM  

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