Islam is a Phony Religion

footbath, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2006
Getting ready
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One of the greatest deceptions in the world is Islam and in this light I want my readers to consider two axioms from Sun Tsu's Art of War:

  1. All warfare is based on deception.

  2. if you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles.

Most uninformed persons believe the al Taqiyya, or disinformation, that Islam is a religion and that its military handbook, the Qur'an, is a Holy Book. Neither could be further from the truth.

But before my liberal friends protest that this sounds similar to accusations against Jews in the last century in the publication The Protocols of the Elders of Zion in which is described a Jewish plot to achieve world domination, I should like to point out that such book was in fact a forgery and a hoax. No such book or plan for world domination ever existed.

The Qur'an however, is not disputed by Muslims to be their book. There is no question that Muslims want and desire a world Caliphate, that is, a world under Muslim rule. There is no question that Islam is a political belief system, that Shariah Law is not just for religious Muslims but for the kafirs to obey as well.

All warfare is based on deception. And Islam's war against non-Muslims is being waged on the deception that Islam is not only a religion, but a religion of peace and tolerance. They say this with their lips while they destroy the artifacts and churches of other religions with their arms. They say this while at the very same time they rape, torture and burn Christians.

If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles. We in the West do not know our enemies and it seems we do not even know ourselves. We give Muslims footbaths paid with public monies while we deny Christians their Christmas music even though it costs nothing to taxpayers.

One News Now,
19 Apr 2007,
Minn. college under fire over tax-funded Muslim foot baths

Columnist Katherine Kersten of the Star Tribune in Minneapolis reports that the Minneapolis Community and Technical College "is making plans to use taxpayer funds to install facilities for ritual foot-washing" since many Muslim students have been using restroom sinks to wash their feet before prayer. However, Kersten says the same school that is going out of its way to accommodate Muslim students has in the past banned various religious practices related to Christmas, including Christmas music.

I know what you idiot liberals are saying, "this is only one small instance of a concession to Muslims, what's the big deal?" It's not one instance:

2 Oct 2007,
Muslim footbaths spark another fight

Indianapolis airport officials have announced plans to add footbaths for Muslims who wish to wash before their five-times-daily prayer rituals, and that's just too much for one pastor, who has called for residents to organize and protest.
Several years ago, officials with Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix boasted of a new "customer service," providing footwashing facilities for Muslims.
Similar facilities have been built at Kansas City International, although airport officials repeatedly have insisted the washing facilities are for anyone aided by the presence of seating and low faucets.
One editorial writer called it "creeping dhimmitude," where America is joining the "global community of nations dominated by Islam..."

NY Post,
3 Oct 2007,

As more than a dozen universities and colleges across the country have done, the school is looking to install foot baths for ritualistic cleansing in a new Islamic center proposed for its more-than-1,500 Muslim students.

We need to stop the deception and begin to understand our enemy. In that regard, some bloggers have made a suggestion:

Faultline USA,
15 Oct 2007,
Why America Must Define Religion

But what if some religions believe that their religious law must be the only law of the land? How can America deal with a political system (inimical to American freedoms) that is hidden inside a religion?
Perhaps it’s time for a constitutional amendment? I submit for example: "No person shall hold any office or public Trust under the United States who adheres to or gives allegiance to any religion, ideology, or organization which by word, nature, association, or action has shown intent to undermine the sovereignty of these United States!"

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