There are many systemic problems in the foundations of Islam – abrogation and taqiyya are just two of them. Islam has three sacred texts-the Qur’an, the Sira (life of Mohammed), and the Hadith (the Traditions of Mohammed). These are the foundations of Islam. All of Islamic religious and political doctrine are found in them. The history of Mohammed (Sira) are the examples used to develop policy and strategies for global domination. We in America do not know our own history – let alone the history of the Middle East. We in America fall into the trap of a “religious” dialogue when discussing Islam – freedom of religion, freedom of worship. BUT ISLAM IS NOT JUST A RELIGION, IT IS A POLITICAL SYSTEM.
As a nation, we cannot fight “terror” with conventional weapons of war. We need to resurrect terms like sedition and treason. We need to wage a major education campaign that brings such understanding to all Americans. The Qur’an is not just a holy book that can be as irrelevant to life as a bible can be in the US, it is the foundation or constitution of the relgio-political system of Islam. Would we burn our Constitution?
I strongly recommend the website – Political Islam . On this website, Bill Warner has introduced many essential topics and ideas that we as Westerners must grasp in order to understand this battle of cultures.
Here is an excerpt from The Political Violence of the Bible and the Koran, posted on September 10, 2010 - I recommend reading the entire article which includes charts that clearly demonstrate the amount of references to jihad (violence) and the growth of Islam:
One of the most frequently used arguments heard in the defense of Islam is that the Bible is just as violent as the Koran. The logic goes like this. If the Koran is no more violent than the Bible, then why should we worry about Islam? This argument is that Islam is the same as Christianity and Judaism. This is false, but this analogy is very popular, since it allows someone who knows nothing about the actual doctrine of Islam to talk about it. “See, Islam is like Christianity, Christians are just as violent as Muslims.” If this is true, then you don’t have to learn anything about the actual Islamic doctrine.
However, this is not a theological argument. It is a political one. This argument is not about what goes on in a house of worship, but what goes on the in the marketplace of ideas. To read more, click here…