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"though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing. Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not its own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth" -Corinthians 13
"if by supporting the rights of mankind... I shall contribute to save from the agonies of death one unfortunate victim of tyranny, or of ignorance, equally fatal, his blessing and tears of transport will be a sufficient consolation to me for the contempt of all mankind."-Marchese di Beccaria

#IslamoFascism

atfkdr asked: The Hour will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them. The Jews will hide behind rocks and trees, and the rocks and trees will say: ‘O Muslim, O slave of Allah! There is a Jews behind me, come and kill him!’

eretzyisrael:

Thank you for quoting this hadith. It is also quoted in article 7 of the Hamas Charter. It clearly demonstrates why there will be no peace in the Middle East – Hamas won’t allow it. As their charter further states in article 13:

“[Peace] initiatives, the so-called peaceful solutions, and the international conferences to resolve the Palestinian problem, are all contrary to the beliefs of the Islamic Resistance Movement. For renouncing any part of Palestine means renouncing part of the religion; the nationalism of the Islamic Resistance Movement is part of its faith, the movement educates its members to adhere to its principles and to raise the banner of Allah over their homeland as they fight their Jihad: …” 

Unfortunately neither the PA, nor Hezbollah, nor any of the other Islamic terror organizations will allow peace either - as I’m sure you well know.

Once again, thank you for this important lesson. You must be a Zionist.

I don’t post this Hadith often enough.~

nationalrev:

Our #tbt this week, Bill Buckley has some trenchant thoughts on the fate of Christians in the Middle East, believing and witnessing in the face of Islamofascism. Read his powerful column from May 2003: http://natl.re/1gOoZSf

There is, Zuhdi Jasser, tho.

nationalrev:

Our #tbt this week, Bill Buckley has some trenchant thoughts on the fate of Christians in the Middle East, believing and witnessing in the face of Islamofascism. Read his powerful column from May 2003: http://natl.re/1gOoZSf

There is, Zuhdi Jasser, tho.

“Fundamentalist Islam is ‘he who must not be named’! ‘Cause there’s one thing that binds all these groups together, and they work together when they feel like it, and they don’t work together when they don’t feel like it, including by the way quote unquote “Al Qaeda Groups”… Why this obsession with is it AQ or isn’t it? [*sigh*]”

– Joe Getty, A&G Radio, Jan 2, 2014

Bill Warner holds a PhD in quantum physics and math. He has been a university professor, entrepreneur and applied physicist. Dr. Warner has had a life-long interest in religions and their effects on history. His study of Islam started in 1970, but became his singular focus after the horrific events of 9/11. Dr. Warner’s scientific training shaped how he analyzed Islamic foundational doctrine. In this collection of innovative works, Dr. Warner uses statistical methods to simplify and illustrate undeniable, fact-based findings about the world of Political Islam. Furthermore, all understanding of Islamic history and current events must be done in the light of the Islamic doctrine found in the Trilogy—the Koran, Sira (Mohammed’s biography) and Hadith (Mohammed’s traditions). Dr. Warner’s writing is easy to follow and understand. You do not need to be a scholar to understand these books. (via Amazon.com: Bill Warner)

Bill Warner holds a PhD in quantum physics and math. He has been a university professor, entrepreneur and applied physicist. Dr. Warner has had a life-long interest in religions and their effects on history. His study of Islam started in 1970, but became his singular focus after the horrific events of 9/11. Dr. Warner’s scientific training shaped how he analyzed Islamic foundational doctrine. In this collection of innovative works, Dr. Warner uses statistical methods to simplify and illustrate undeniable, fact-based findings about the world of Political Islam. Furthermore, all understanding of Islamic history and current events must be done in the light of the Islamic doctrine found in the Trilogy—the Koran, Sira (Mohammed’s biography) and Hadith (Mohammed’s traditions). Dr. Warner’s writing is easy to follow and understand. You do not need to be a scholar to understand these books. (via Amazon.com: Bill Warner)

Pilots union warns of 'dry run' by possible terrorists on US flight | Fox News »

Security experts for a major airline’s pilot’s union have warned members that potential terrorists conducted apparent “dry runs” aboard domestic flights in recent weeks, and urged flight crews not to be pressured into taking to the skies if they are fearful. A memo from the U.S. Airline Pilots Association, which represents more than 5,000 pilots who fly for US Airways, cites “several cases recently throughout the (airline) industry of what appear to be probes, or dry runs, to test our procedures and reaction to an in-flight threat.” “Bringing down an airliner continues to be the Gold Standard of terrorism,” states the undated memo, first reported by WTSP-TV in Tampa-St. Petersburg. “If anyone thinks that our enemies have “been there, done that” and are not targeting U.S. commercial aviation — think again.”

On a Sept. 2 flight from Reagan National Airport in Washington to Orlando, a “Middle Eastern” man rose from his seat and sprinted toward the cockpit, before veering sharply to go into the forward restroom, according to the memo. While he was in there, sever other men moved about the cabin, changing seats and going into overhead bins, it says.

Ketzele: "Islam Bad"? »

The tidbit below was written by Alex Fishman and published by Y-Net.

More than 30,000 global jihadists have settled in and are fighting in countries that border with Israel. They belong to various groups, but they all have one dream: To liberate the Arab world from heretic regimes, with the climax being the liberation of Jerusalem. Afghanistan is already here; on our border.

Global jihad is the main concrete threat the army will be preparing for in 2014, and it is the focus of discussions the defense minister is holding with the General Staff ahead of the next working year. While not all of the IDF’s top officers accept the term “Afghanistan is already here,” there is broad agreement regarding the scope of the threat this development poses to Israel.

This is an example of what one opinionator refers to as “Islam Bad.”   Some people think that speaking out against political Islam, which is the foremost fascistic movement in the world today, is nothing less than “racism” toward Muslims, in general. 

In this way they conflate Hamas and al-Qaeda with all people of the Islamic faith which, in itself, is a bigoted position.

This is something akin to being afraid to oppose the Klan out of a fear of insulting Christians.  If I were a Christian and I was told that opposing the Ku Klux Klan is basically the same as “Christianity Bad” I would be deeply insulted, but this is precisely what people do when they oppose those of us willing to speak out against the movement for politicized Islam.

Is opposition to political Islam “racist” toward Muslims?  What I argue is that political Islam is an exceedingly important political movement within the umma that we ignore at our peril and whose foremost victims are Muslims, themselves.  We don’t need to go running around with our hair on fire, but we need to acknowledge and oppose a political movement that oppresses women, hangs gay people from cranes, seeks the submission of all non-Muslims, and cries out for the genocide of the Jews.

Some misguided individuals believe that this is “racist” towards Muslims, in general, which is why the opinionator mischaracterized it as “Islam Bad,” with the implication that such concerns are nothing but bigotry.  I would suggest that the opposite is true.  It is not those of us who are opposed to the Jihad who are bigots, but those westerners who cannot bring themselves to stand up against the Jihad who are bigots, because they think that doing so is a smear on all Muslims.

It isn’t.

The progressive-left tends to be exceedingly squeamish when it comes to political Islam.  It’s not that they are afraid of getting blown up by Jihadis, but that they fear their fellow progressives will smear them as “racist” if they find the cajones to stand up against the movement.  The fear is social, not physical.  This makes them not only cowards, but ultimately stooges for a cause that would see their own people either destroyed or oppressed.  So long as some people oppose those of us who speak out against this movement then those people become stooges for the movement, itself.

One can be a western progressive without being a stooge for political Islam, but not if one insists on spitting hatred at those of who speak out against it.  It’s one thing to ignore the rise of a large-scale fascistic movement throughout the Middle East, but it is another thing entirely to oppose those of us who refuse to do so.  Furthermore, supporting an American president that, himself, supported the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and thus supported the rise of political Islam, more generally, is just plain stupid.  It’s one thing to have voted for Obama, even twice, but not everyone who voted for Obama is a sycophant or remains a sycophant.

Failing to stand up to the rise of political Islam, it should be noted, is also a betrayal of progressive-left values.  When I was growing up the progressive-left fought for things like women’s rights, gay rights, the rights of minorities to equal treatment within the public sphere.  Now the progressive-left has turned 180 degrees and ignores women’s rights and ignores gay rights, so long as the people oppressing women and murdering gay people are Muslims in the Middle East.  In this way, the western-left has obliterated its core value of universal human rights.

Until the western-left can find the strength and the intelligence to stand up for its own alleged values then it is essentially dead.  It may still elect politicians to high office in the United States, and Europe, and Australia, but that has not prevented it from undermining its ideological core.  So long as the western-left supports anti-Semitic anti-Zionism and withholds support for women, gay people, and Jews in the Middle East, then it is a movement that no longer stands for what it stands for.

It thereby sacrifices itself upon the bleeding altar of political Islam.

Israel Thrives

France: Muslim Brotherhood supporters disrupt conference featuring anti-Morsi novelist, force him to flee - Jihad Watch »

Muslim Brotherhood groups in the U.S. such as the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) operate in the same way, moving to shut down anyone and everyone who opposes them. Al-Aswany is a novelist and was speaking about literature, not about the Brotherhood, but the Brotherhood thugs didn’t care about that: he opposed them, and that was all that mattered. It is reminiscent of when the thuggish editor-in-chief of Reza Aslan’s Aslan Media a few months ago tried to get me canceled from a talk that had nothing to do with Islam — the goal of Brotherhood thugs is to destroy utterly every opponent of jihad terror and Islamic supremacism.