In Islam, devoutness ≡ radicalisation, so stop expecting Muslim leaders to drive an Islamic reformation

Would they really side with the kuffar against Muslims?

Would they really side with the kuffar against Muslims?

That symbol, ≡ , which looks like an equals sign with three lines, is a mathematical expression that means ‘is identical to’.

Western governments have not worked out that in Islam, devoutness is indeed identical to radicalisation, and therefore still believe they must get Islamic leaders and imams onside in order to ‘tackle’ radicalisation.

For example, the government here in Australia appears to believe that the higher up the Islamic hierarchy you go, the more likely it will find Muslims sympathetic to Western attempts to counter jihadi violence.

This, of course, is so misguided, it’s beyond wrong – the more devout one becomes in the Islamic faith, the less likely one is to reject violent jihad and hatred of the West. The more acquainted you become with the teachings of the Qur’an and the other Islamic texts, the more you realise that such attitudes towards the Dar al-Harb are the very essence of Islam.

Where are you more likely to hear the authentic Islam of the Qur’an, as practised by Muhammad, and, latterly, ISIS? In the suburbs and homes of Sydney and Melbourne, or at a mosque, where imams and scholars carefully study the Islamic texts?

Despite the fact that evidence to support the role of mosques and Muslim leaders in the process of radicalisation is all around us, Western governments have singularly failed to grasp the reality:

  • The Islamic State is crammed full of Islamic ‘scholars‘, all of whom bizarrely seem to agree that the Qur’an instructs them to kill infidels and strive to impose Islam throughout the world;
  • Tunisia realised almost immediately after the jihadi murder of infidel tourists that it was the mosques where the hatred was being spread – and promptly announced it was closing 80 of them (how Islamophobic!);
  • The French have announced that they have deported 40 imams over the past three years for spreading ‘hate’ (how Islamophobic again!);
  • Whenever an individual ‘goes jihad’, you can bet that prior to it, he or she ‘became more devout‘ – coincidentally, of course.

Which leads us to ask, why would Western governments believe that dealing with those at the top of the Islamic tree would lead to a reform of Islam? In fact, the precise opposite is true.

The Islamic Council of Victoria has clearly not read the memo, because it frequently shows its hand in its dealings with the government. The ICV demonstrates that it has no interest in helping the kuffar by

But the ICV is in the minority. Others are better at concealing the fact that they really have no intention of helping the infidels to halt the spread of Islam – but are prepared to play along with Western leaders (while all the time doing their best to undermine them behind their backs) until they are rumbled.

Western governments would be better off trying to build bridges with the majority of ‘Muslims in name only’ who may be Muslim by birth but have little knowledge of their religion. The following extract from an interview with Mona Walter explains:

Mona Walter is on a mission. Her mission is for more Muslims to know what is in the Koran. She says if more Muslims knew what was in the Koran, more would leave Islam.


“I didn’t know what I was a part of. I didn’t know who Mohammed was. I didn’t know who Allah was. So, when I found out, I was upset. I was sad and I was disappointed,” she recalled.

And it was in Sweden that Walters says she discovered Allah is a god who hates, and that Islam is not a religion of peace.

“It’s about hating and killing those who disagree with Islam. It’s about conquering. Mohammed, he was immoral. He was a bloodthirsty man. He was terrible man, and Muslims can read that in his biography — what he did to Jews, how he raped women, how he killed people. I mean, he killed everyone who didn’t agree with him,” she explained. (watch the source video below)

If we can educate the ‘Muslims in name only’ to understand the hatred and violence being spread in their name by their leaders, then perhaps a reformation can happen, from the ground up.

But in the mean time, let’s say now to the muftis, the imams and the Muslim leaders: you have been rumbled, and we’re on to you.

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