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Overview of Islam
     

Part 1.  “Islam defines itself as a complete way of life—social, cultural, religious, military, and political – governed by Islamic Law (Sharia). Islamic Law is real law which governs all affairs of Muslims.  The Sharia, as it is called, is primarily derived from the Koran and the Sunnah (the collection of the Hadith and the Sira).

 

For Muslims, the Koran is considered the “uncreated word of Allah.”  This means Muslims believe everything in the Koran was directly revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by Allah (the god of Islam) and, therefore,  cannot be changed.

 

The 114 Suras (Chapters) in the Koran are arranged by size from largest to smallest (not chronologically), with the exception of the first Sura which is introductory.  Sura 2 is the largest and Sura 114 is the smallest.  This is critical to understanding the Koran because peaceful verses revealed to Muhammad in Mecca were abrogated (overruled) by the verses commanding warfare which came chronologically later in Medina.
 

In Islam, the Prophet Muhammad is the most perfect example of a human being.  All that he did and said is to be modeled by Muslims. The Hadith is the collection of all of the practices, sayings, and traditions of the Prophet Muhammad. 

The Sira are the authorized sacred biographies of Muhammad. 

 

Hadith:  There are hundreds of thousands of Hadiths, which have been evaluated by Islamic Legal Scholars (Jurists) as to their validity based on their chain of transmission from the Prophet to the reporting author.  The Hadith are categorized as mawdu (false), munkar (ignored), da’if (weak), hasan (good) asahih (soud), and mutawatir (strongest, most rigorously authenticated.)"

 

[John Guandolo, Raising a Jihad Generation, Understanding the Muslim Brother hoodtherhod Movement in America, a Handbook for Law Enforcement, and Intelligence and Military Professionals, Lepanto, pp.41 to 42]

Part 2. Islamists believe themselves to be superior, above all else.  Why?  Because "it was written in their Koran, that all nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave; and that every mussulman who was slain in this warfare was sure to go to paradise. He said, also, that the man who was the first to board a vessel had one slave over and above his share, and that when they sprang to the deck of an enemy's ship, every sailor held a dagger in each hand and a third in his mouth; which usually struck such terror into the foe that they cried out for quarter at once."

 

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Part 3.   Mohammed -- The prophet of Islam. To understand Islam, one needs to understand Mohammed. Studying Mohammed is a daughting task; there is a lot to learn. One good place to start is the book by Bill Warner: "Mohammed, Allah, and Politics, The Islamic Political Doctrine," CSPI Publishing, onlined: Website: WWW.CSPIPUBLISHING.COM, 2009.  In this book, Mr. Warner, provides a detailed list of things that shed light upon Mohammed and his rules of jihad that he developed and used to spread his new religion, Islam, throughout infidel lands.   (Sorry about the length, but each item seemed too important to omit).  His lists of bulleted items per text chapters are shown below: 

 

Chapter 3

  • All the world is divided into those who believe Mohammed and those who don't.
  • When those who don't believe in Mohammed die, they will be tortured for eternity.
  • Islam can use threats and beatings to settle arguments.
  • Islam can single out, threaten, insult, and attack those who resist it.


Chapter 4

  • The host culture (the native culture that Islam moves into) is attacked at all levels.
  • Violence is promised to those who argue with Mohammed.
  • Evil is defined as whatever resists Islam.
  • All compromise between Islam and others is rejected.  Islam is absolutely right.
  • Those who resist Islam are singled out and verbally attacked.

 

Chapter 5

  • When the host culture tries to resist Islam, Isam is relentless and never tires of the attack.
  • A Muslim is not a friend to a non-Muslim not even family.
     

Chapter 6

  • Islam seeks political allies.
  • Islam is not just a religion, but a political system.
  • Immigration is a political act.
  • When Islam has enough strength, it will use blood oaths and seek war against its hosts and others who oppose it.

 

Chapter 7

  • Legal and moral dualism (treating Muslims and non-Muslims differently) is a fundamental principle of political Islam.
     

Chapter 8

  • No criticism of Islam is allowed.
  • Islam makes political and physical threats of violence against those who cause trouble against Islam.
  • Humor about Islam or Mohammed is forbidden.
  • Commitment to Islam and jhad must be absolute.
     

Chapter 9

  • Jews and Christians must acknowledge the truth of what Mohammed says.
  • Jews are special enemies of Islam.
     

 

Chapter 10

  • There is no Trinity, Jesus was another prophet of Allah.
  • Christ did not die on the cross.
  • Only those Christians who acknowledge the truth of Mohammed are actually Christians.
  • Islam defines what all religions are.
  • Jews are special enemies of Islam. 

     

Chapter 11

  • Islam uses a progrrssion of force.  In the beginning, Islam claims that it is a better member of the host comunity. Then Islam argues, pressures, and threatens.  Finally, when it is strong enough, it uses armed violence at a tactical level.
  • Jihad, the struggle in Allah's cause, is a sacred method of political persuasion.
  • All jihad is defensive since resisting Islam is an offense to Allah. 
  • Immigration is the first stage of jihad.
  • Jihad does not fight by the rules of the host community.
  • Deceit and sneak attacks are part of jihad.
  • Mohammed is the ideal jihadist.  His acts are the basis for every tactic and strategy of Islam.
  •  When small acts of violence and theft work well, Islam commits to larger acts of violence.  The first level of violent jihad is crime.
  • The killing of non-believers is a joyful, sacred act.
  • Jihad uses torture of non-Muslims for the benefit of Islam.
  • Jihad takes wealth from the non-Muslims by force.
  • Killing prisoners of war is acceptable in jihad.
  • A jihadist is superior to an ordinary Muslim.
  • Battle follows battle.
  • Jihad is unceasing.
     

Chapter 12

  • Whole ethnic groups can be driven from Islamic areas.
  • The wealth of non-Muslims can be taken by force.  
  • Intellectuals, artists, and political commentators can be killed for resisting Islam.
  • Killing a few members of a community will allow Islam to terrorize and control the rest.
  • Violence attracts people to Islam.
  • Lies and deceit that advance Islam are skillful actions of jihad.


Chapter 13

  • Islam's enemies will not try to destroy Islam, but will try to induce reason in Islam and be fair.  Non-believers do not recognize the threat of anhilation by jihad.
  • A jihadist does not become discouraged when suffering a failure.
  • A jihadist obeys his leader.
  • Success comes from following the way of Allah.
  • Assassination of those who resist Islam is a constant of jihad.
  • Artists and intellectuals who speak against Islam may be threatened and assassinated.

Chapter 14

  • Non-Muslims do not work together against Islam.
  • Jihad attacks economic targets.
  • The wealth of non-Muslims can be taken by force.
  • The act of an individual against Islam may bring destruction to his entire community and family.
  • Spies are a part of jihad.
  • Islam adopts new methods of war from non-Muslims.
  • Islam sows discord among its enemies.


Chapter 15

  • Jihad will not ease until every non-Muslim submits.
  • Slaves are a part of sacred war.
  • Rape of captives is jihad.
  • Assassination is a tactical strike of war.
  • Killing of nonbelievers is to be done with a positive attitude.
  • Theft is a part of jihad.


Chapter 16 

  • Torture is a part of jihad.
  • Non-Muslims can be used as semi-slaves for Islam.
  • Non-Muslims have few rights under Islamic law.
  • Non-Muslims can be taxed at a higher rate than Muslims.
  • Terror is part of jihad.
  • Non-Muslims submit to Islam to avoid violence.  
  • Violence advances Islam.
 

 Chapter 17Jihad is an ongoing, constant process.

  • Non-Muslims will submit to Islam when enough violence is used.
  • Art of non-Muslims can be destroyed.
  • The principles of Islam are the basis of law.  Nonbelievers must submit to Islamic law.
  • The law of non-Muslims must be replaced with Islamic law.
  • Ancient religious sites are to be destroyed.
  • Non-Muslims may buy the protection of Islam (the jizya).
  • A jihadist kills with enthusiasm.
  • Islam must dominate all public space.
  • Jihad is demanded of all Muslims, except the old and sick.
  • All Muslims should donate money for jihad.
  • Islam sets the standards and rules for all other religions in Islamic lands.


Chapter 18

  • All religions must submit to Islam.
  • Islam determines the doctrine of all religions.
  • Mohammed was the perfect jihadist.
  • Mohammed was involved in all aspects of slavery.
  • Islam succeeds through violence. 


Chapter 21

  • Jihad will continue until all kafirs submit to Islam.
  • Wounded or ailing jihadists should be supported by Islam.
  • All Muslims should donate money for jihad.
  • Jihadists strike terror into the hearts of kafirs.
  • No one can escape Islam.
  • Jihadist can behead the kafirs.
  • Islam never offers peace while it is strong.
  • Islam is relentless, it will never cease.

 

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Part 3.   Mohammed -- The prophet of Islam. To understand Islam, one needs to understand Mohammed. Studying Mohammed is a daughting task; there is a lot to learn. One good place to start is the book by Bill Warner: "Mohammed, Allah, and Politics, The Islamic Political Doctrine," CSPI Publishing, onlined: Website: WWW.CSPIPUBLISHING.COM, 2009.  In this book, Mr. Warner, provides a detailed list of things that shed light upon Mohammed and his rules of jihad that he developed and used to spread his new religion, Islam, throughout infidel lands.   (Sorry about the length, but each item seemed too important to omit).  His lists of bulleted items per text chapters are shown below: 

 

Chapter 3

  • All the world is divided into those who believe Mohammed and those who don't.
  • When those who don't believe in Mohammed die, they will be tortured for eternity.
  • Islam can use threats and beatings to settle arguments.
  • Islam can single out, threaten, insult, and attack those who resist it.


Chapter 4

  • The host culture (the native culture that Islam moves into) is attacked at all levels.
  • Violence is promised to those who argue with Mohammed.
  • Evil is defined as whatever resists Islam.
  • All compromise between Islam and others is rejected.  Islam is absolutely right.
  • Those who resist Islam are singled out and verbally attacked.

 

Chapter 5

  • When the host culture tries to resist Islam, Isam is relentless and never tires of the attack.
  • A Muslim is not a friend to a non-Muslim not even family.
     

Chapter 6

  • Islam seeks political allies.
  • Islam is not just a religion, but a political system.
  • Immigration is a political act.
  • When Islam has enough strength, it will use blood oaths and seek war against its hosts and others who oppose it.

 

Chapter 7

  • Legal and moral dualism (treating Muslims and non-Muslims differently) is a fundamental principle of political Islam.
     

Chapter 8

  • No criticism of Islam is allowed.
  • Islam makes political and physical threats of violence against those who cause trouble against Islam.
  • Humor about Islam or Mohammed is forbidden.
  • Commitment to Islam and jhad must be absolute.
     

Chapter 9

  • Jews and Christians must acknowledge the truth of what Mohammed says.
  • Jews are special enemies of Islam.
     

 

Chapter 10

  • There is no Trinity, Jesus was another prophet of Allah.
  • Christ did not die on the cross.
  • Only those Christians who acknowledge the truth of Mohammed are actually Christians.
  • Islam defines what all religions are.
  • Jews are special enemies of Islam. 

     

Chapter 11

  • Islam uses a progrrssion of force.  In the beginning, Islam claims that it is a better member of the host comunity. Then Islam argues, pressures, and threatens.  Finally, when it is strong enough, it uses armed violence at a tactical level.
  • Jihad, the struggle in Allah's cause, is a sacred method of political persuasion.
  • All jihad is defensive since resisting Islam is an offense to Allah. 
  • Immigration is the first stage of jihad.
  • Jihad does not fight by the rules of the host community.
  • Deceit and sneak attacks are part of jihad.
  • Mohammed is the ideal jihadist.  His acts are the basis for every tactic and strategy of Islam.
  •  When small acts of violence and theft work well, Islam commits to larger acts of violence.  The first level of violent jihad is crime.
  • The killing of non-believers is a joyful, sacred act.
  • Jihad uses torture of non-Muslims for the benefit of Islam.
  • Jihad takes wealth from the non-Muslims by force.
  • Killing prisoners of war is acceptable in jihad.
  • A jihadist is superior to an ordinary Muslim.
  • Battle follows battle.
  • Jihad is unceasing.
     

Chapter 12

  • Whole ethnic groups can be driven from Islamic areas.
  • The wealth of non-Muslims can be taken by force.  
  • Intellectuals, artists, and political commentators can be killed for resisting Islam.
  • Killing a few members of a community will allow Islam to terrorize and control the rest.
  • Violence attracts people to Islam.
  • Lies and deceit that advance Islam are skillful actions of jihad.


Chapter 13

  • Islam's enemies will not try to destroy Islam, but will try to induce reason in Islam and be fair.  Non-believers do not recognize the threat of anhilation by jihad.
  • A jihadist does not become discouraged when suffering a failure.
  • A jihadist obeys his leader.
  • Success comes from following the way of Allah.
  • Assassination of those who resist Islam is a constant of jihad.
  • Artists and intellectuals who speak against Islam may be threatened and assassinated.

Chapter 14

  • Non-Muslims do not work together against Islam.
  • Jihad attacks economic targets.
  • The wealth of non-Muslims can be taken by force.
  • The act of an individual against Islam may bring destruction to his entire community and family.
  • Spies are a part of jihad.
  • Islam adopts new methods of war from non-Muslims.
  • Islam sows discord among its enemies.


Chapter 15

  • Jihad will not ease until every non-Muslim submits.
  • Slaves are a part of sacred war.
  • Rape of captives is jihad.
  • Assassination is a tactical strike of war.
  • Killing of nonbelievers is to be done with a positive attitude.
  • Theft is a part of jihad.


Chapter 16 

  • Torture is a part of jihad.
  • Non-Muslims can be used as semi-slaves for Islam.
  • Non-Muslims have few rights under Islamic law.
  • Non-Muslims can be taxed at a higher rate than Muslims.
  • Terror is part of jihad.
  • Non-Muslims submit to Islam to avoid violence.  
  • Violence advances Islam.
 

 Chapter 17Jihad is an ongoing, constant process.

  • Non-Muslims will submit to Islam when enough violence is used.
  • Art of non-Muslims can be destroyed.
  • The principles of Islam are the basis of law.  Nonbelievers must submit to Islamic law.
  • The law of non-Muslims must be replaced with Islamic law.
  • Ancient religious sites are to be destroyed.
  • Non-Muslims may buy the protection of Islam (the jizya).
  • A jihadist kills with enthusiasm.
  • Islam must dominate all public space.
  • Jihad is demanded of all Muslims, except the old and sick.
  • All Muslims should donate money for jihad.
  • Islam sets the standards and rules for all other religions in Islamic lands.


Chapter 18

  • All religions must submit to Islam.
  • Islam determines the doctrine of all religions.
  • Mohammed was the perfect jihadist.
  • Mohammed was involved in all aspects of slavery.
  • Islam succeeds through violence. 


Chapter 21

  • Jihad will continue until all kafirs submit to Islam.
  • Wounded or ailing jihadists should be supported by Islam.
  • All Muslims should donate money for jihad.
  • Jihadists strike terror into the hearts of kafirs.
  • No one can escape Islam.
  • Jihadist can behead the kafirs.
  • Islam never offers peace while it is strong.
  • Islam is relentless, it will never cease.

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Future Projections

  
Islam is projected to be the dominant religion and political force in many countries; especially those in Europe; such as England, the Netherlands and Sweden. If left unchecked, Europe is poised to fall under the veil of Sharia within the next decade.

We must think of what’s best for our country.  We must prevent what is happening in Europe from occurring here in America is; to do otherwise is unthinkble  We cannot let what is happening there happen here!  

 
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