Islamic Centre more worried about ‘defamation’ than terror threat

Furqan ridiculous…

Furqan ridiculous…

Unbelievable. Add ‘defamation’ to the growing list of grievances, which already includes Islamophobia, ‘demonising’ and ‘unfair targeting of Muslims’.

Remember, of course, Islam leads Muslims to believe that they are superior to the filthy kafir in every conceivable way, so this kind of reaction is, regrettably, not surprising.

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9/11: Thirteen years on

Lessons not learned

Lessons not learned

Thirteen years after 9/11 and what have we learned? Not much.

Despite the hijackers of those planes screaming ‘Allahu akbar’ (a war cry proclaiming that the god of Islam, Allah, is greater than any other, and which we hear frequently even today in news clips from Syria, usually to celebrate an explosion) as they flew them into the Twin Towers, murdering over 3000 civilians, everyone from George Bush down insisted that Islam was a ‘religion of peace’, or that the attacks had ‘nothing to do with Islam’.

Since then there have been nearly 24,000 jihadi terrorist attacks, where the word of the Qur’an, and the deeds and sayings of Muhammad, have been used as justification for those attacks.

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Islam Q&A #1 – Befriending the kafir

Islam 101

Islam 101

First in a series. Non-Muslims and everything they stand for are inferior to Muslims and Islam in every conceivable respect. Understand this, and you will begin to understand why Islam has such a problem integrating into Western democratic countries.

Q: What is the difference between taking the kaafirs [non-Muslims] as friends (muwaalaah) and seeking their help?

A: Praise be to Allaah.

Taking the kaafirs [non-Muslims] as friends (muwaalaah) means supporting them and helping them in matters of kufr [denial of the ‘truth’ of Islam], such as the Muslims fighting alongside the kuffaar, such as when the kaafirs launch an assault against a Muslim country and a Muslim befriends them and supports them and helps them in fighting against that country, whether that is with weapons or by supplying them with anything that will help them to fight the Muslims. This is muwaalaah, or a type of friendship that is haraam [sinful, prohibited], because it means joining them and supporting them against other Muslims. 

With regard to seeking their help, that depends of the purpose to be served. If that serves the Muslims’ interests, there is nothing wrong with it, on the condition that we must beware of their evil and treachery and there be no risk of them betraying us. But if that serves no interest then it is not permissible to seek their help because there is no good in them. (source)

So remember, if a Muslim seeks your help, it will only be to serve his interests or those of his religion, and if it doesn’t, then your help isn’t worth anything.

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