Usually it's the latter, and when people get ex texts it can bring up some pretty bad memories. This deception has had a major impact on whata€™s been taught about Islam in Western universities for over 40 years, and has permeated government, main stream media (MSM), universities, and society with many myths making it virtually impossible to talk about in good company because everyone is working from a different a€?facta€™ sheet with many conclusions based on heart more than whata€™s true. I began creating this site to have a way to talk with people who would react to the subject like a€?I cana€™t take you seriouslya€™, or a€?when did you become such a far right wing bigot?a€™ It was frustrating because if people cana€™t agree on certain significant provable truths, then any rational discussion is impossible. If Islam is really peaceful and tolerant, and jihad terror has nothing to do with religion, have you ever wondered how it is possible for so many Muslims worldwide to so spectacularly misunderstand their religion in exactly the same way? Islamic history has never been a relentless series of theocratic governments; it has varied from century to century, ruler to ruler.
Hea€™s talking about One & Two, not secular Turkish Muslim culture that existed there in the 20th century. There are many terms used deceptively with vague or multiple meanings, and they will be Capitalizeda„? with a trademark to give you heads up to consider what the meaning of the word a€?isa€™ is. This deception has produced many celebrated Expertsa„? in the West who say things that are demonstrably false about Islam, in many cases according to all of the most authoritative Muslim theologians for over 1300 years who agree with each other in something very important called scholarly consensus. Islama€™s hostility to the entire non-Muslim world is not motivated by poverty, poor education, or local grievances. Pictured below is a 14th century, 1200 page manual of Sunni jurisprudence, Reliance of the Traveler: Tools For The Worshipper, available free online and found in American mosques. Compiled by Ahmad Ibn Naqib al-Misri (1302 - 1368AD) after the so called Golden Age of Islama„? and before Western colonialism. That means you can take the credibility of this book on Sunni Islamic jurisprudence to the bank.
Watch this clip to see one of the ways facts and rational Dialoguea„? about Islam are being suppressed in American universities. While examining Islam critically is forbidden in many Muslim countries, it doesna€™t deserve any special protection in the U.S.
The reason there is so much effort to discourage investigating the religious roots of jihadist groups and IS&J ideology, and to suppress, deceive and lie about it, is because any serious look reveals the mainstream teachings of all 5 orthodox schools of Islam as they have always been, with Mohammad as the perfect example of a human being to be copied in his words and deeds - which is exactly what the Caliph of the Islamic State Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is doing.
It's good if you actually want them back and aren't completely ready to kill them, or it can be a bad thing if they broke your heart and you want nothing to do with them but set all the clothes they left at your house on fire. But, from those bad memories and resentment can cause some pretty funny and awesome responses to ex texts, like the ones in this gallery.
They're clearly written by people who no longer give a $^&*, which means that they do not hold back what they're really feeling. If you are not aware of the massive worldwide, well organized & financed deception about Islam, then you are probably not familiar with the term Islamic supremacism, and a lot of what you are about to see will seem impossible to believe. Ita€™s created a situation where it simply takes too long for most people to figure it out. Ita€™s a sequential guide through a series of irrefutable facts that expose some widely believed myths and deceptions about Islam, that reveals a very different picture than what academia, politicians, and mainstream media (MSM) describe. And if there is such widespread misunderstanding, why is there not a single visible major program in any mosque to teach against this misunderstanding, especially to new converts in the West? For example key Muslim Brotherhood theorist Said Qutb, whose influence Georgetown Professor John Esposito described as a€?almost impossible to exaggeratea€?,A? wrote that he wants Peacea„? and to Build Bridgesa„? with the non-Muslim world.
When that happens it means they are either part of the deception knowingly, AKA the deceivers and liars - or they are one of the deceived and dona€™t really know what they are talking about. I want to clear it as an expert reference to use later like I just did to explain the term scholarly consensus above.
He based it on the previous well known work of Al-Nawawi, Riyad-us Saliheen, also found in American mosques.
For example key Muslim Brotherhood theorist Said Qutb, whose influence Georgetown Professor John Esposito described as a€?almost impossibleA  to exaggeratea€?,A? wrote that he wants Peacea„? and to Build Bridgesa„? with the non-Muslim world. In fact, if you consider yourself well informed, it is self evident the only way this could all be true is if there was a great deception at work that is even confusing many peaceful tolerant Muslims who will sincerely defend what they believe is true about Islamic theology, when what they are really describing are their own personal beliefs, possibly learned from their families and friends rather than religious schools or authorities with Ph.Da€™s in Islamic jurisprudence from the worlda€™s leading Islamic universities - where a a€?versiona€? of Islam is taught that is not taught in any Western university. But you cannot see the concern or find realistic ways to live with it if you dona€™t even know what it is. It assumes you know nothing about it, which would actually make it easier, so if you dona€™t skip around, and view all the mandatory red links, each page will make sense. Or have you always assumed there was such an effort just because a polite Muslim spokesperson says so? Just look at some of the poets who were given free rein - for example, al-Mahawi, an Iraqi who was certainly an agnostic and very probably an atheist, but he was very critical. That sounds Moderatea„? until you see him explain they are one way bridges to Islam, and Peacea„? will only come after the entire world lives under Islamic law - by any means necessary. Ita€™s often difficult to know whether an Experta„? is lying or deceived, especially because there are well meaning Muslim Reformersa„? who say many of the same things as the liars - for example that none of what you are about to see exists, or that the facts I report may be true but represent only a narrow view held by a Tiny Minority of Extremista„? religious leaders who are trying to Hijacka„? a Peaceful Tolerant Religiona„?.


Here are 22 senior Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders, 14 of them with Ph.Da€™s, 1 Cardiothoracic surgeon, 1 Chief of Neurology, a Swiss banker, and an economist.
To the contrary, there is enough controversy and confusion about it today that it deserves a closer look even if the ridiculous notion is true that peaceful tolerant Muslims are more sensitive to insults than other human beings to the point where reporting on the beliefs of other Muslims they claim to strongly disagree with is so offensive to them it will make them flip sides because they think I am talking about them. Have you ever seen anyone who claims such a thing to name the program, show its literature explaining the correct interpretation of the Koranic verses jihadists quote, and verify exactly where these courses are given, and how many have taken the course? He has similarly inverted definitions for Religion of Peacea„?, Defensive Jihada„?, No Compulsiona„? in religion, Freedoma„?, and others.
I am obviously not talking about them any more than headlines in the mid 20th century like a€?White supremacists lynch black mana€? were talking about me or any other white people I knew, and it never occurred to me to be offended enough to join the KKK - that would have been irrational and paranoid. There are enough optional blue links to make it irrelevant what my qualifications are - the quality of evidence and sources allow you to fact check as you go whenever you find something unbelievable. Islam Two is the sharia and the theological construct that we call Islam, as developed by the theologians over the centuries.
To the contrary, it will prove beyond a reasonable doubt, in the absence of similar quantity and quality contrary documentary evidence, that even though there are many peaceful tolerant Muslims in the world (Islam Three), there is no peaceful tolerant School or Institution of orthodox Islam (One & Two) - of course depending on the meaning of Peaceful Toleranta„?. This site is not about Muslims, who are people that behave in a variety of ways (like any other religiona€™s adherents), ita€™s about the texts and teachings of a belief system called Islam that urges Muslims to behave a certain way. Although the challenge before me really wasna€™t so life-shattering, at themoment it seemed huge and mountainous. Islam Three is Islamic civilization, which is what Muslims actually did do as opposed to what they should have done, what actually happened in Islamic history.
The simplest way to prove that is to focus on one aspect of Islamic theology - Islamic supremacism and jihad (IS&J) - and what the core texts (Islam One) and theologians from all 5 orthodox schools (Islam Two) have always said about it.
This site will list the educational backgrounds, professional experience, and quote the opinions on IS&J of over 100 prominent theologians, imams, and Muslim politicians. Personal belief and practice of any religion may be different from what is actually taught.
Often Islam Threea€”that is, Islamic civilizationa€”was far more tolerant than what Islam One and Two demanded. There are all sorts of intolerant passages in the Koran about killing infidels and not taking Jews and Christians as friends.
As you are about to see, the institutionalized discrimination and harassment of non-Muslims (dhimmis) living under Islamic law has always existed in Islamic theology and never been rejected by any orthodox school or sect of Islam.
For example, until very recently, Islamic society (Islam Three) was far more tolerant about homosexuality than the West was, whereas Islam One and Islam Two more firmly condemned it.
It has a way of magnifyingA issues to the point of being ridiculous, but when youa€™re in the midst of the situation, it seemsA so real.
There are several ambiguous passages in the Koran, but certainly Islam Two, the sharia, condemns homosexuality. Chapter four in the Koran: you cana€™t get away from the fact that it gives men the power to beat women. In 1856 the Ottoman Empire officially abolished it and stopped enforcing it under pressure from Western governments.
Only after the event has passed do you realize how silly it was to be so worried about somethingA that was so non-eventful.A But at the time Ia€™m telling you about right now, I was consumed with worry.
Ita€™s no good pretending that somehow the real Islam is tolerant, the real Islam is feminist, and so on.
Then Egypt and others followed, and it continued with Arab nationalist leaders in the mid 20th century. I paced back andA forth, fretting, thinking, and pondering, making myself even more nervous by my anxious behavior.A I was nothing but a bag of nerves.
There is a great deal of confusion because people do not want to tarnish with the same brush a billion believers. As Ibn Warraq described above, a period of relative tolerance does not mean Islamic theology somehow became tolerant or reformed - it didna€™t.
Realizing how deeply I was sinking into worry, I reached for myA Bible to try to find peace for my troubled soul.
What is taught today at al-Azhar University in Cairo about Islamic supremacism and the dhimmi State has remained virtually the same since it was founded in 970. Today an Islamic revival is underway and its enforcement is coming back in the Muslim world from Malaysia and Indonesia to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Africa, the Middle East, Brunei, and the new Islamic State. Through Philippians 4:6, I could see that God was calling out to me and urging me to lay down my worries and come boldly before Him to make my requests known.
I realized that this verse showed me step by step how to lay down my worries and boldly make my requests known to God. If I followed the steps laid out in this verse exactly as I understood them, I would be set free from worry and fear!


I promptly followed these steps, and in a matter of minutes my worry was replaced with a thankful, praising, and peaceful heart!A As the years have passed, I have had many occasions when worry and fear have tried to plague my mind.
At times, these challenges have simply been enormous.A This is the reason I so entirely identify with the Apostle Paul as he describes the difficulties he encountered in his ministry. Just as Satan regularly tried to disrupt Paula€™s ministry, the enemy has also attempted on many occasions to hinder our work and thwart the advancement of the Gospel. However, none of his attacks have ever succeeded, and the Gospel has gone forth in mighty power!A In moments when worry or fear is trying to wrap its life-draining tentacles around me, I rush back to the truths found in Philippians 4:6. Just as I followed the steps found in this verse so many years ago, I still carefully follow them whenever I start getting anxious.
Every time I do, these steps lead me from worry and fear to a thankful, praising, and peaceful heart.
In fact, I have learned that if I faithfully follow these steps, fear will always be eradicated and replaced with the wonderful, dominating peace of God.A So dona€™t let worry wrap its tentacles aroundA you.
Instead, listen to Paula€™s advice about how to deal with the problems and concerns that try to assail your mind. This particular word and its variousA forms is used approximately 127 times in the New Testament. By using this word to describe the relationship between the Father and the Son, the Holy Spirit is telling us that theirs is an intimateA relationship. It was originally used to depict a person who made some kind of vow to God because of a need or desire in his or her life.
This individual would vow to give something of great value to God in exchange for a favorable answer to prayer.
When you give GodA your problems, in return He gives you His peace.A Perhaps youa€™ve experienced this great exchange at some previous moment in your life.
Once you truly committed your problem toA the Lord, did a supernatural peace flood your soul and relieve you from your anxieties? The word deisis is translated several ways in the King James Version, including to beseech, to beg, or to earnestly appeal. Paula€™s use of this word means you can get very boldA when you ask God to move on your behalf.
You can tell God exactlyA what you feel, what youa€™re facing, and what you want Him to do for you. If youa€™ve ever generously given toA someone who never took the time to thank you for the sacrifice you made for him or her, you knowA how shocking ingratitude can be.
Although the request has only just beenA made and the manifestation isna€™t evident yet, it is appropriate to thank God for doing what we haveA requested. The Greek word a€?aska€? destroys any religious suggestion that you are a lowly worm who has noA right to come into the Presence of God.
Declare to God what you need; broadcast it so loudly that all of Heaven hears youA when you pray. Instead, come before GodA and give Him the things that concern you so He can in exchange give you what you need orA desire. Be bold to strongly, passionately, and fervently make your request known to God,A making certain that an equal measure of thanksgiving goes along with your strong asking.A You have every right to ask boldly, so go ahead and insist that God meet your need.
Ita€™s time to move from fear to faith, from turmoil to peace, and from defeat to victory!Lord, I thank You for allowing me to come boldly before You in prayer. My temptation is toA worry and fear, but I know that if I will trust You, everything I am concerned about willA turn out all right. Right now I reject the temptation to worry, and I choose to come beforeA You to boldly make my requests known. I go to God with those things thatA are on my heart, and I clearly articulate what I feel, what I need, and what I expect HeavenA to do on my behalf.
I always match my requests with thanksgiving, letting God know howA grateful I am for everything He does in my life.
Do you give in and allow worry and fretfulness to fill your mind, or do you run to the Lord and commit your problems to Him?A 2.
In return, did He fill you with supernatural peace, enabling you to overcome the worries that were trying to devour you?A 3.
If these truths were helpful to you, can you think of someone else you know who needs this sameA encouragement? If youa€™ve evergenerously given to someone who never took the time to thankyou for the sacrifice you made for him or her, you know howshocking ingratitude can be.



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