Monday, October 31, 2011

The Infidel's Guide To Islam (3 of 3) — Islamic Governance

According to Islamic law, freedom and democracy are punishable vices.


Xenocrates


Sharia Law is notoriously brutal.
As Islam exploded across North Africa and Southern Europe, engulfing the Byzantine Empire to the west and the Arabian peninsula to the east, it became entrenched in several sovereign states in these regions, retaining much of the primitive ideologies of the day, which includes systems of governance and law—the latter of which is notorious for its misogyny and brutality.

Monday, October 24, 2011

The Infidel's Guide to Islam (2 of 3) — The Anatomy of Jihad

According to the Qur'an, there's no such thing as a Muslim Extremist.

Xenocrates

This is the true intention of Islam. Anything else is a pacifist lie.

I've always wondered if Muhammad were still alive, if he would have wept over what all these modern day Islamic governments have done to their people and how they may have misread, misinterpreted or utterly misconstrued his teachings. He originally set out to unify all of Arabia. They in turn invented Sharia law and justification for flying commercial jets into office buildings. Now western governments have tried to appease Islamic moderates by suggesting that Islam has no political agenda. Take a long hard look at the picture above. This is far from the truth.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

The Infidel's Guide to Islam (1 of 3) — Muhammad's Legacy

People tend to get angry when they find themselves struggling to defend the indefensible.



Xenocrates
Islam — inexplicably, the fastest growing religion in the world.
Islam evolved out of response to the threat of certain implosion of the Arabic cultures due to tribal warfare. Sadly, in attempt to become a religion of peace, the founder of the faith, the prophet Muhammad, made a terrible mistake that has reverberated to this very day. It was a blunder so profound that the fact that western cultures can't think of Islam without thinking about crimes against humanity, is a testament to the fact that the term "religion of peace" is either a tragic misnomer or a monumental non sequitur that mocks every one of its adherents.