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Three Things about Islam (Video)

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Three Things about Islam (Video)

1. Islam has not been hi-jacked by jihadists. An explanation is included about how the Koran instructs contradictory statements within it to be resolved, i.e. a later assertion or command that contradicts an earlier one supersedes and abrogates the earlier one.

2. Striving to convert all governments worldwide to Islamic law is a duty for every Muslim. Islamic law orders death for critics of Islamic law, Muhammad, and the Koran.

3. For the purpose of establishing Islam, Muslims are instructed to lie to infidels about their beliefs and motives. Muslims consider Islam to be a "religion of peace" because they believe that the world will be "at peace" when, and only when, Islamic law has been established worldwide.

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I say we give Muslims the peace they are searching for, "Rest In Peace" that is.

Although I think rot in hell would be a better term fitting to what they deserve.

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Just a bump, because I think this video is VERY well done, and hope that no one misses it. It is remarkably comprehensive (for its length, 8:10) and rational. The part that surprised me most was that I learned something new about Islam that is worth knowing, i.e. the bit about the later commands in the Koran superseding earlier statements. Given the current state of affairs, commands to spread and perpetuate Islam by violence are, presumably, the last word.

And given the appeasement and ignorance of our leaders with regard to Islam, all Americans should arm themselves with the information that is so neatly presented here, and which is appropriate for anyone.

As a bonus, one may enjoy the clever graphics, and the French accent.

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Very well done. Was that really a French accent, I couldn't place it?

Sounded like that to me, but there are plenty of accents I'm not familiar with. Maybe it's Armenian.

Perhaps someone with more experience hearing different languages / accents can place it correctly.

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2. Striving to convert all governments worldwide to Islamic law is a duty for every Muslim. Islamic law orders death for critics of Islamic law, Muhammad, and the Koran.

3. For the purpose of establishing Islam, Muslims are instructed to lie to infidels about their beliefs and motives. Muslims consider Islam to be a "religion of peace" because they believe that the world will be "at peace" when, and only when, Islamic law has been established worldwide.

The statists of the New Left of the 1960s, and ever since, have the same phony "peace" strategy. They constantly appeal to "peace" as a slogan while advocating brutal statism to impose their collectivism. The activists of the 1960s and early 70s in the name of "peace" opposed the US being in the Vietnam War (started as an adventure by their hero John Kennedy) not because it was not in our interest to fight communism there, but because they explicitly wanted the communists to win. It's no accident that today they sympathize with Islamic "religion of peace" fascists and their terrorism against innocent individuals while demanding that we 'turn the other cheek' in the name of "freedom of religion" and "freedom of speech" and blame the US for being under attack.

As Ayn Rand wrote in the "Roots of War" in her anthology Capitalism the Unknown Ideal, citing the "peace movement" of that time, but as always, in terms of general principles:

Observe the nature of today's alleged peace movements. Professing love and concern for the survival of mankind, they keep screaming that the nuclear-weapons race should be stopped, that armed force should be abolished as a means of settling disputes among nations, and that war should be outlawed in the name of humanity. Yet these same peace movements do not oppose dictatorships; the political views of their members range through all shades of the statist spectrum, from welfare statism to socialism to fascism to communism. This means that they are opposed to the use of coercion by one nation against another, but not by the government of a nation against its own citizens; it means that they are opposed to the use of force against armed adversaries, but not against the disarmed...

Statism is a system of institutionalized violence and perpetual civil war. It leaves men no choice but to flight to seize political power—to rob or be robbed, to kill or be killed. When brute force is the only criterion of social conduct, and unresisting surrender to destruction is the only alternative, even the lowest of men, even an animal—even a cornered rat—will fight. There can be no peace within an enslaved nation...

If men want to oppose war, it is statism that they must oppose. So long as they hold the tribal notion that the individual is sacrificial fodder for the collective, that some men have the right to rule others by force, and that some (any) alleged "good" can justify it—there can be no peace within a nation and no peace among nations.

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Very well done. Was that really a French accent, I couldn't place it?

Sounded like that to me, but there are plenty of accents I'm not familiar with. Maybe it's Armenian.

Perhaps someone with more experience hearing different languages / accents can place it correctly.

My first impression is that it is Dutch.

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