Islam Is A Religion of War
Why Islam Is A Religion of War
Author: Daniel Greenfield Source: the Sultan Knish blog - 11.15.2015 "He it is who has sent His Messenger (Mohammed) with guidance and the religion of truth (Islam) to make it victorious over all religions even though the infidels may resist." Koran 61:9
Islamic violence is a religious problem.
Islam derives meaning from physical supremacy, so war becomes an act of faith. To believe in Islam, is to have faith that it will conquer the entire world. And to be a true Muslim, is to feel called to aid in that global conquest, whether by providing money to the...
A Devious Plot
A Devious Plot for a Blinded Nation
Author: Berit Kjos
"O our God, wilt thou not
judge them? for we have no might against this great company that cometh
against us; neither know we what to do: but our eyes are upon thee."- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
Paul Harvey's 47-year-old warning to
America! What he envisioned back in 1965 has become reality. Ponder these
excerpts from his message titled "If I were the devil."
"If I were the prince of...
Dear Corporate America
Dear Corporate America
Author: Daniel Greenfield Source: the Sultan Knish blog - 08.25.2015Link: about.me/gideonsword Dear Corporate America,
I haven't written to you in a while. At least not since my television broke down, my toaster developed a taste for human flesh and my phone company ran away with my phone number to Mexico.
Rachel Maddow says we're both on the right and are really close together. But then again Rachel Maddow also says the Republican Party drinks the blood of small children. So she can be a little factually challenged on occasion.
Still I'm on the right and...
Three Fundamental Mistakes
Three Fundamental Mistakes in Dealing with Islam
Author: Daniel Greenfield
Source: the Sultan Knish blog - 01.11.2012
We made three fundamental mistakes in our dealings with Islam. First, we
assumed that the only politically acceptable answer was also the right
answer. This is the most common mistake that politicians make. Second, we established a construct of a moderate and extreme Islam that
reflected how we saw it from the outside. This construct had no
theological relationship to any actual belief or movement within Islam.
Had we made the division...