Why should Australians fear from Musl...

Why should Australians fear from Muslims?

There are 46759 comments on the Scoop story from Dec 23, 2007, titled Why should Australians fear from Muslims?. In it, Scoop reports that:

About 800 people gathered in Camden, NSW and raised their voice against the plan for an Islamic School to be built in the area.

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Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#42485 Sep 15, 2013
We Iranians don’t have a dog in this fight. In fact we should rid ourselves of all Islamic stains, Shia, Sunni, or whatever, and with it stop playing victims of one power or another. Playing victim may give psychological relief but doesn’t solve any problems on the ground. And problems of the ground we have aplenty.


Again, give it up my countrymen. Enough playing victim: victims of the Jews, our perennial excuse that we have been using to victimize them whenever we can; victims of America; victims of the Crusaders. We are victims alright: victims of Islam that invaded our land and implanted a raft of pathological ideas in our heads.


Victimization is an Islamic disease. Islam, irrespective of sects, either victimizes the people it can, or plays victim to the real or imagined oppressors. This victimization mentality is at the root of Muslim’s backwardness and primitiveness.


We Iranians are descendants of an optimistic, enlightened, and positive people. We are the children of Cyrus the Great and not blind slaves of an Arab cult called Islam. Islam has brought us nothing but misery. Let go of Islam; bury it along with the memories of two Arabs, Yazid and Hussein, who fought for leadership. Don’t bloody yourselves for ten days every year to bemoan Hussein’s plight. All of Islam is not worth one drop of an Iranian’s blood. And blood we have given to this blood-sucker Islam by barrels-full

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#42486 Sep 15, 2013
THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE ALL SHOULD TAKE NOTE OF. IT WAS WRITTEN BY AN EX MUSLIM

Victimization is an Islamic disease. Islam, irrespective of sects, either victimizes the people it can, or plays victim to the real or imagined oppressors. This victimization mentality is at the root of Muslim’s backwardness and primitiveness.
I brilliant or what LLOL

Wiley Park, Australia

#42489 Sep 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would a Muslim come to our shores knowing that much of our way of life is an offence to them ?
To humble you to Islam and then make you pay Jazia tax for living under protection of Islamic jurisprudence, LLOL,LLOL we are not interested in converting pig-munchers, you can keep being gay and keep consuming pigs and alcohol that is no concern for us. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.

Besides these are not your shores, this is Asia. Indonesia the largest Muslim country on the planet is just 150 kilometres north of australian shore. The fact that tony abbot after becoming the prime minister goes running to Jakarta for approval should say enough even to to uneducated white trash lie you. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.

You keep abusing Islam you will get abused right back....Kapeesh......LLOL,LLOL ,LLOL,LLOL,
I brilliant or what LLOL

Wiley Park, Australia

#42491 Sep 16, 2013
This is the way of life white trash wants us to respect.....LLOL,LLOL,LLOL, are these Bogans for real......LLOL,LLOL,LLOL,

Australia has opened public hearings into cases of institutional child abuse in churches and other public institutions amid allegations against several organizations.

Chief commissioner Justice Peter McClellan said on Monday that thousands of people have so far reported abuse in places of worship, orphanages, community groups and schools.

“It is now well known that the sexual abuse of children has been widespread in the Australian community; however, the full range of institutions in which it has occurred is not generally understood,” McClellan stated.

“Many of the stories we are hearing will shock many people.”

The Australian government established the inquiry - the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - last November in response to a series of child sex abuse scandals involving pedophile priests in the Catholic Church.

The investigation is expected to cover a broad spectrum of institutions, including the Catholic Church.

McClellan said that the commission, which formally began work in April, has taken confidential briefings from thousands of victims.

“Many people who have come to the commission have suffered greatly, both at the time that the abuse occurred and subsequently through their lives,” he told the commission hearing in Sydney.

“Many have received counseling at various stages of their lives, many have thought of suicide and some have attempted it.”

“Many people including those who suffered abuse 30 or 40 years ago break down in the course of telling their story and require the assistance of support persons to be able to continue,” he added.

McClellan also stated that the “sexual abuse is almost always accompanied by almost unbelievable levels of physical violence inflicted on the children by the adults who have responsibility for their welfare” in residential institutions such as orphanages and boarding schools.

The commission will also hear evidence from victims and organizations in relation to convicted pedophile and former Scout master Steve “Skip” Larkins, who is in jail for child pornography offences.

In 2012, the Catholic Church in Australia’s Victoria State admitted that its priests had abused over 600 children since the 1930s.

The Catholic Church has also been rocked by numerous revelations of child sexual abuse at the hands of priests around the world.

DB/HSN/HMV
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European Aussie

Flinders, Australia

#42492 Sep 16, 2013
I brilliant or what LLOL wrote:
<quoted text>
To humble you to Islam and then make you pay Jazia tax for living under protection of Islamic jurisprudence, LLOL,LLOL we are not interested in converting pig-munchers, you can keep being gay and keep consuming pigs and alcohol that is no concern for us. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.
Besides these are not your shores, this is Asia. Indonesia the largest Muslim country on the planet is just 150 kilometres north of australian shore. The fact that tony abbot after becoming the prime minister goes running to Jakarta for approval should say enough even to to uneducated white trash lie you. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.
You keep abusing Islam you will get abused right back....Kapeesh......LLOL,LLOL ,LLOL,LLOL,
The Vikings and Celts are going to give all you stinkin Muzzies a lesson on how to behave sand n1$$er

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42494 Sep 16, 2013
I brilliant or what LLOL wrote:
<quoted text>
To humble you to Islam and then make you pay Jazia tax for living under protection of Islamic jurisprudence, LLOL,LLOL we are not interested in converting pig-munchers, you can keep being gay and keep consuming pigs and alcohol that is no concern for us. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.
Besides these are not your shores, this is Asia. Indonesia the largest Muslim country on the planet is just 150 kilometres north of australian shore. The fact that tony abbot after becoming the prime minister goes running to Jakarta for approval should say enough even to to uneducated white trash lie you. LLOL,LLOL,LLOL.
You keep abusing Islam you will get abused right back....Kapeesh......LLOL,LLOL ,LLOL,LLOL,
LMAO the only thing that ratbags such as you promote it the defeat of Isalm.
European Aussie

Flinders, Australia

#42496 Sep 16, 2013
Sheilaa wrote:
Islam Under Scrutiny by Ex-Muslims
Muslims’ Victim Mentality
by Amil Imani
26 Jan, 2008
As a group, Muslims are paranoid and suffer chronically from the disease of victimization. That is, they either victimize the helpless whenever and wherever they can, or scream murder against the strong. This mentality is one of the many bequests that Muhammad left for his Ummah.
Recall that Muhammad himself bemoaned his victim plight in Mecca, packed his bags and flew to Medina where the Jews were not as vicious as his own Quraish tribe operating the lucrative tourist business of the idolaters.
Who gives a fck??????????
Then the infighting started in earnest among the various factions, as soon as Muhammad died. People began jockeying for power and doing their Muslim-best to destroy their competition. Ali, Muhammad’s son-in-law was elbowed out of the way by the more powerful disciples of the Prophet and had to wait his turn to head the already fractured and feuding Ummah.
A number of the faithful resented the fact that Ali was not allowed to take over the reign. Some felt victimized by Omar and his powerful conspirators and hated Ali for not standing and fighting like a man. Some real stand-and-fight Muslims decided that Ali should be punished and he was knifed to death on his way to the mosque.
The death of Ali was the real stirring of the hornet’s nest, so to speak. All kinds of power struggle, infighting and bloodletting started among the followers of the religion of peace.
Ali’s boys, namely Hassan and Hussein, decided to salvage their dad’s honor by standing and fighting like a good Muslim should, as well as enjoying the perks that come with being the leaders of the gang.
So, a real fight was joined. On the one side was Yazid with his mighty army and wealth, and on the other side were Hassan and Hussein with their rag-tag band of followers. Hassan was killed unceremoniously in short order, but Hussein was not about to bow out. Hussein started a dialogue with his adversary, Yazid.
Hussein: I am the rightful inheritor of the house of Muhammad. I demand that all believers, including you Yazid, accept me (bayat) as the head of the Ummeh.
Yazid: Nothing doing man. Muhammad’s Ummah is not a family business. It is the faith of Allah that must follow his laws. The people select the most righteous man as the head of the faith, just the way the Caliphs did. The faith of Allah is based on meritocracy and not heredity.
Hussein: You are wrong, Yazid. My granddaddy started the business, my daddy gave his life for it, my brother was murdered to claim it, and I intend to take what is rightfully mine.
Yazid: Hussein, you seem to be just as stubborn as Hassan. You are not amenable to reason, so let the sword of justice settle our dispute.
So, you know the rest of the story. Hussein stubbornly refused to relinquish his claim to the powerful Yazid and ended up with his head cut by Shimr, impaled on a spear and presented to Yazid as a trophy.
The followers of the house of Ali and his lineage, a minority of about 10 percent of the Muslims, felt victimized by the evil Yazid. Since there was very little these lovers of Ali’s house could do to materially change things, they assumed the role of victim. Year after year, century after century, they commemorated the victimization events of the time of Hussein, have beaten and slashed themselves bloody for their ancestors not going to the aid of Hussein, and bloodied themselves all aimed to atone for their ancestral sins.
Well, the Yazid-Hussein bloody drama was some 1400 years ago. Isn’t it time to let go? Why is it, particularly to Iranian Shias, that they just keep on continuing and promoting the tragic events associated with two Arabs fighting for personal power?
To be continued
Who gives a toss?????????? Not interested in your Muslim crap. P1$$ off!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42497 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>stupid c*nt read wikipedia
Some scholars, such as Mark Burgess of the Center for Defense Information, trace the roots of Islamic terrorism back to the 11th-century Assassins, an order of Isma'ili Shi'ism that targeted political and religious opponents who stood in the way of the Assassins' sectarian ideology. In positing a continuity between Islamic terrorism's medieval and modern manifestations, Burgess identifies a common underlying motive, namely loyalty to a divine imperative, and similar tactics, such as actively seeking out martyrdom.
The emergence of modern Islamic terrorism has its roots in the 19th century.[2] The Wahhabi movement, an Arabian fundamentalist movement that formed in the 18th century, began to establish a broad following during the 1800s and gradually inspired other fundamentalist movements during the 20th century. Waves of politically motivated terrorist movements in Europe during the 1800s (e.g. the Narodnaya Volya, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation) and early 1900s (e.g. the IRA, the Irgun) served as inspirations and models which would inspire the Islamists over the course of the 20th century and beyond.[3] During the Cold War, the United States and the United Kingdom supported the rise of fundamentalist groups in the Middle East and South Asia as a hedge against Soviet expansion and as a means to weaken anti-Western nationalist movements in some countries.[4]
According to Burgess, the escalation of terrorism during the later 20th century has its roots in three pivotal events circa 1979: the Iranian Revolution, the post-Cold War global religious revival, and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. These events, Burgess goes on to argue, were factors that fueled a recourse to religious terrorism.[5][6] American historian Walter Laqueur described the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan as the "global trigger" of Islamic terrorism.[7
Lmao. How stupid are you??????????
European Aussie

Flinders, Australia

#42498 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
The view that Western foreign policy is a motivation for terrorism[edit source | editbeta]
Robert Pape, has argued that at least terrorists utilizing suicide attacks – a particularly effective[8] form of terrorist attack – are driven not by Islamism but by "a clear strategic objective: to compel modern democracies to withdraw military forces from the territory that the terrorists view as their homeland."[9] However, Martin Kramer, who debated Pape on origins of suicide bombing, countered Pape's position that the motivation for suicide attacks is not just strategic logic but also an interpretation of Islam to provide a moral logic. For example, Hezbollah initiated suicide bombings after a complex reworking of the concept of martyrdom. Kramer explains that the Israeli occupation of Lebanon raised the temperature necessary for this reinterpretation of Islam, but occupation alone would not have been sufficient for suicide terrorism.[10] "The only way to apply a brake to suicide terrorism," Kramer argues, "is to undermine its moral logic, by encouraging Muslims to see its incompatibility with their own values."
Former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer argues that terrorist attacks (specifically al-Qaeda attacks on America) are not motivated by a religiously inspired hatred of American culture or religion, but by the belief that U.S. foreign policy has oppressed, killed, or otherwise harmed Muslims in the Middle East,[11] condensed in the phrase "They hate us for what we do, not who we are." U.S. foreign policy actions Scheuer believes are fueling Islamic terror include: the U.S.-led intervention in Afghanistan and invasion of Iraq; Israel–United States relations, namely, financial, military, and political support for Israel.;[12][13][14][15][16] U.S. support for "apostate" police states in Muslim nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Pakistan, Algeria, Morocco, and Kuwait;[17] U.S. support for the creation of an independent East Timor from territory previously held by Muslim Indonesia; perceived U.S. approval or support of actions against Muslim insurgents in India, the Philippines, Chechnya, and Palestine;[18] U.S. troops on Muslim 'holy ground' in Saudi Arabia; the Western world's religious discrimination against Muslim immigrants'; historical justification, such as the Crusades.
Some academics argue that this form of terrorism should be seen as a strategic reaction to American power: that America is an empire, and empires provoked resistance in the form of terrorism. The Russian, Ottoman, and Habsburg Empires, for example, all suffered from terrorist attacks and had terrorist organizations – the Black Hand, Young Bosnia, Narodnaya Volya – spawned from their multiple ethnic groups, religions and national identities.[19] On the other hand, American intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq led to free elections in those nations.[citation needed]
Who gives a toss. Not interested in your Mussie [email protected]!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42499 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>stupid c*nt read wikipedia
Some scholars, such as Mark Burgess of the Center for Defense Information, trace the roots of Islamic terrorism back to the 11th-century Assassins, an order of Isma'ili Shi'ism that targeted political and religious opponents who stood in the way of the Assassins' sectarian ideology. In positing a continuity between Islamic terrorism's medieval and modern manifestations, Burgess identifies a common underlying motive, namely loyalty to a divine imperative, and similar tactics, such as actively seeking out martyrdom.
The emergence of modern Islamic terrorism has its roots in the 19th century.[2] The Wahhabi movement, an Arabian fundamentalist movement that formed in the 18th century, began to establish a broad following during the 1800s and gradually inspired other fundamentalist movements during the 20th century. Waves of politically motivated terrorist movements in Europe during the 1800s (e.g. the Narodnaya Volya, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation) and early 1900s (e.g. the IRA, the Irgun) served as inspirations and models which would inspire the Islamists over the course of the 20th century and beyond.[3] During the Cold War, the United States and the United Kingdom supported the rise of fundamentalist groups in the Middle East and South Asia as a hedge against Soviet expansion and as a means to weaken anti-Western nationalist movements in some countries.[4]
According to Burgess, the escalation of terrorism during the later 20th century has its roots in three pivotal events circa 1979: the Iranian Revolution, the post-Cold War global religious revival, and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. These events, Burgess goes on to argue, were factors that fueled a recourse to religious terrorism.[5][6] American historian Walter Laqueur described the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan as the "global trigger" of Islamic terrorism.[7
LMAO, Like wikipedia is credible
European Aussie

Flinders, Australia

#42500 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>stupid c*nt read wikipedia
Some scholars, such as Mark Burgess of the Center for Defense Information, trace the roots of Islamic terrorism back to the 11th-century Assassins, an order of Isma'ili Shi'ism that targeted political and religious opponents who stood in the way of the Assassins' sectarian ideology. In positing a continuity between Islamic terrorism's medieval and modern manifestations, Burgess identifies a common underlying motive, namely loyalty to a divine imperative, and similar tactics, such as actively seeking out martyrdom.
The emergence of modern Islamic terrorism has its roots in the 19th century.[2] The Wahhabi movement, an Arabian fundamentalist movement that formed in the 18th century, began to establish a broad following during the 1800s and gradually inspired other fundamentalist movements during the 20th century. Waves of politically motivated terrorist movements in Europe during the 1800s (e.g. the Narodnaya Volya, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation) and early 1900s (e.g. the IRA, the Irgun) served as inspirations and models which would inspire the Islamists over the course of the 20th century and beyond.[3] During the Cold War, the United States and the United Kingdom supported the rise of fundamentalist groups in the Middle East and South Asia as a hedge against Soviet expansion and as a means to weaken anti-Western nationalist movements in some countries.[4]
According to Burgess, the escalation of terrorism during the later 20th century has its roots in three pivotal events circa 1979: the Iranian Revolution, the post-Cold War global religious revival, and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. These events, Burgess goes on to argue, were factors that fueled a recourse to religious terrorism.[5][6] American historian Walter Laqueur described the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan as the "global trigger" of Islamic terrorism.[7
Oh yes you're so educated aren't you NOT- Wikipedia is not an appropriate nor reliable academic source d1p sh1t.

...That dot in the middle of your head? You should tatoo just below it "DRILL HERE!", lol...

Keep your foreign rants to yourself, Australians' are not in the least interested, CLEAR!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42501 Sep 16, 2013
European Aussie wrote:
<quoted text>
Who gives a toss?????????? Not interested in your Muslim crap. P1$$ off!
I don't give a crap about Islam so what is your message??????????
European Aussie

Flinders, Australia

#42506 Sep 16, 2013
Sheilaa wrote:
Islam Under Scrutiny by Ex-Muslims
Muslims’ Victim Mentality
by Amil Imani
26 Jan, 2008
As a group, Muslims are paranoid and suffer chronically from the disease of victimization. That is, they either victimize the helpless whenever and wherever they can, or scream murder against the strong. This mentality is one of the many bequests that Muhammad left for his Ummah.
Recall that Muhammad himself bemoaned his victim plight in Mecca, packed his bags and flew to Medina where the Jews were not as vicious as his own Quraish tribe operating the lucrative tourist business of the idolaters.
Then the infighting started in earnest among the various factions, as soon as Muhammad died. People began jockeying for power and doing their Muslim-best to destroy their competition. Ali, Muhammad’s son-in-law was elbowed out of the way by the more powerful disciples of the Prophet and had to wait his turn to head the already fractured and feuding Ummah.
A number of the faithful resented the fact that Ali was not allowed to take over the reign. Some felt victimized by Omar and his powerful conspirators and hated Ali for not standing and fighting like a man. Some real stand-and-fight Muslims decided that Ali should be punished and he was knifed to death on his way to the mosque.
The death of Ali was the real stirring of the hornet’s nest, so to speak. All kinds of power struggle, infighting and bloodletting started among the followers of the religion of peace.
Ali’s boys, namely Hassan and Hussein, decided to salvage their dad’s honor by standing and fighting like a good Muslim should, as well as enjoying the perks that come with being the leaders of the gang.
So, a real fight was joined. On the one side was Yazid with his mighty army and wealth, and on the other side were Hassan and Hussein with their rag-tag band of followers. Hassan was killed unceremoniously in short order, but Hussein was not about to bow out. Hussein started a dialogue with his adversary, Yazid.
Hussein: I am the rightful inheritor of the house of Muhammad. I demand that all believers, including you Yazid, accept me (bayat) as the head of the Ummeh.
Yazid: Nothing doing man. Muhammad’s Ummah is not a family business. It is the faith of Allah that must follow his laws. The people select the most righteous man as the head of the faith, just the way the Caliphs did. The faith of Allah is based on meritocracy and not heredity.
Hussein: You are wrong, Yazid. My granddaddy started the business, my daddy gave his life for it, my brother was murdered to claim it, and I intend to take what is rightfully mine.
Yazid: Hussein, you seem to be just as stubborn as Hassan. You are not amenable to reason, so let the sword of justice settle our dispute.

To be continued
Islam has both contemporarily and throughout history proven itself to be a sect. Cathalocism and christianity in cintemporary times HAS NOT. Just shows how primitive and evil Islam is.

Dutch Politician Geert Wilders said;

Denmark has 1.2 Million that strongly oppose Muslim immigration to white nations, due to significant 21,000 crimes committed by Muslims upon whites. Islam coerces devotion of its followers and preheminently proclaims anyone who does not agree with their sectarian religion as a racist. Islam is the devils coldren and is not welcome in Australia. Lacemba and Merrylands, Sydney needs to be cleansed!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42508 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>stupid c*nt read wikipedia
Some scholars, such as Mark Burgess of the Center for Defense Information, trace the roots of Islamic terrorism back to the 11th-century Assassins, an order of Isma'ili Shi'ism that targeted political and religious opponents who stood in the way of the Assassins' sectarian ideology. In positing a continuity between Islamic terrorism's medieval and modern manifestations, Burgess identifies a common underlying motive, namely loyalty to a divine imperative, and similar tactics, such as actively seeking out martyrdom.
The emergence of modern Islamic terrorism has its roots in the 19th century.[2] The Wahhabi movement, an Arabian fundamentalist movement that formed in the 18th century, began to establish a broad following during the 1800s and gradually inspired other fundamentalist movements during the 20th century. Waves of politically motivated terrorist movements in Europe during the 1800s (e.g. the Narodnaya Volya, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation) and early 1900s (e.g. the IRA, the Irgun) served as inspirations and models which would inspire the Islamists over the course of the 20th century and beyond.[3] During the Cold War, the United States and the United Kingdom supported the rise of fundamentalist groups in the Middle East and South Asia as a hedge against Soviet expansion and as a means to weaken anti-Western nationalist movements in some countries.[4]
According to Burgess, the escalation of terrorism during the later 20th century has its roots in three pivotal events circa 1979: the Iranian Revolution, the post-Cold War global religious revival, and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. These events, Burgess goes on to argue, were factors that fueled a recourse to religious terrorism.[5][6] American historian Walter Laqueur described the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan as the "global trigger" of Islamic terrorism.[7
I have reported your offensive posts so stay on post!!!!!!!!!!

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42510 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>Idiot c*nt read this
Ideology
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One ideology that plays a role in Islamic terrorism is the principle of Jihad, which broadly means struggle. Militants generally use jihad to mean defensive or retaliatory warfare against actors that have allegedly harmed Muslims.
Transnational Islamist ideology, specifically of the militant Islamists, assert that Western policies and society are actively anti-Islamic, or as it is sometimes described, waging a "war against Islam". Islamists often identify what they see as a historical struggle between Christianity and Islam, dating back as far as the Crusades, among other historical conflicts between practitioners of the two respective religions. Osama bin Laden, for example, almost invariably described his enemy as aggressive and his call for action against them as defensive. Defensive jihad differs from offensive jihad in being "fard al-ayn," or a personal obligation of all Muslims, rather than "fard al-kifaya", a communal obligation, that is, some Muslims may perform it but it is not required from others. Hence, framing a fight as defensive has the advantage of both appearing to be a victim rather than an aggressor, and of giving the struggle the very highest religious priority for all good Muslims.
Many of the violent terrorist groups use the name of jihad to fight against certain Western nations and Israel. An example is bin Laden's al-Qaeda, which is also known as "International Islamic Front for Jihad Against the Jews and Crusaders". Most militant Islamists oppose Israel's policies, and often its existence.
According to U.S. Army Colonel Dale C. Eikmeier,“ideology”, rather than any individual or group, is the "center of gravity" of al-Qaeda and related groups, and that ideology is a "collection of violent Islamic thought called Qutbism."[33] He summarizes the tenets of Qutbism as being:
A belief that Muslims have deviated from true Islam and must return to “pure Islam” as originally practiced during the time of the Prophet.
The pat, immorality, secularism, homosexuality, feminism, and many other ideas that Islamists often oppose. Although bin Laden almost always emphasized the alleged oppression of Muslims by America and Jews when talking about them in his messages, in his "Letter to America" he answered the question, "What are we calling you to, and what do we want from you?," with
We call you to be a people of manners, principles, honour, and purity; to reject the immoral acts of fornication, homosexuality, intoxicants, gambling's, and trading with interest (...) You separate religion from your policies,(...) You are the nation that permits Usury, which has been forbidden by all the religions (...) You are a nation that permits the production, trading and usage of intoxicants (...) You are a nation that permits acts of immorality (potentially large threats and that vigilance was needed.[38]
Yawn, you have been reported. LOL

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#42516 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>His message is put a dynamite up your arse and blow yourself up.
Nah his message is to justify his actions on innocents

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

May the Force be with You .

#42517 Sep 16, 2013
Sheilaa wrote:
We Iranians don’t have a dog in this fight. In fact we should rid ourselves of all Islamic stains, Shia, Sunni, or whatever, and with it stop playing victims of one power or another. Playing victim may give psychological relief but doesn’t solve any problems on the ground. And problems of the ground we have aplenty.
Again, give it up my countrymen. Enough playing victim: victims of the Jews, our perennial excuse that we have been using to victimize them whenever we can; victims of America; victims of the Crusaders. We are victims alright: victims of Islam that invaded our land and implanted a raft of pathological ideas in our heads.
Victimization is an Islamic disease. Islam, irrespective of sects, either victimizes the people it can, or plays victim to the real or imagined oppressors. This victimization mentality is at the root of Muslim’s backwardness and primitiveness.
We Iranians are descendants of an optimistic, enlightened, and positive people. We are the children of Cyrus the Great and not blind slaves of an Arab cult called Islam. Islam has brought us nothing but misery. Let go of Islam; bury it along with the memories of two Arabs, Yazid and Hussein, who fought for leadership. Don’t bloody yourselves for ten days every year to bemoan Hussein’s plight. All of Islam is not worth one drop of an Iranian’s blood. And blood we have given to this blood-sucker Islam by barrels-full
Well said !

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#42519 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>Put my dyk in your mouth while opening your mouth to yawn.
No thanks I am selective in whom I put into my mouth and you are not one of the animals that are able to. LMAO

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#42523 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>Put my dyk in your mouth while opening your mouth to yawn
Why, yours is so small so what do I have to benefit?, LMAO

Sheilaa

Since: Jun 12

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#42524 Sep 16, 2013
Beautiful_Justice wrote:
<quoted text>offensive? idiot dog fking c*nt
did you atleast read my valuable posts?
Nah, your offensive comments were enough

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