Divine Deception of Islam

November 28, 2011 at 5:17 PM 5 comments

This is interesting. Vijay Kumar has put together this very thought-provoking commentary on the main religions of the world.

This was printed in The Rutherford Reader, a newspaper from Murphreesboro, TN that is – unfortunately – being overrun by Islam.

The information stated below presents the similarities and differences between the major religions of the world.  Note that only in Islam are the responses to the questions in the affirmative.  Every other religion responds to each statement or question with a no.

The largest difference between Islam and everything else is found in the very last statement about adherents being part of a de facto political nation.

While there are (or were) examples found within Christianity where groups like the Moral Majority attempted to change society for the better through the political process, it was done within the confines of existing laws based on the U.S. Constitution.  In other words, the so-called Moral Majority did not attempt to overturn the U.S. Constitution in favor of the Bible whereas regardless of the specific rule of law found in the many nations which Muslims find themselves, it is generally understood that many Muslims try to change that nation’s laws to adopt to the standards of Sharia Law found within the Qur’an and other teachings of Islam.

CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is known for this, using the legal system’s loopholes to attempt to broaden the scope of the law to include Sharia Law.  This is in spite of the fact that America was founded upon the U.S. Constitution.

The original document shown below is available by clicking on this link:

Click to access Divine%20Deceptio_ALNOPIX-X1A.pdf

and it is eight pages in length as a PDF.

One of the things Kumar points out in his eight-page document is the fact that “Wherever Islam prevails, its dogma is made the law, fusing church and state into one.

Another truth that he brings to the fore is something that many wish to ignore or deny.  “The idea that any of this is ‘radical’ or ‘extreme’ Islam is radically and extremely naive.”  His point being that what he relates in his Divine Deception document is said to be merely the thinking and/or actions of radicals or extremists is naive.

We are seeing more so-called moderates within Islam being arrested for allegedly preparing to blow up something or kill someone or a group.  These Muslims that many have believed to have been peaceful come to a point where their true objectives come out.  It is as if they have been part of a sleeper element and their “alarm” went off, putting them into action.

This is what the Imams and militant Muslims have been calling for; that Muslims within the United States should grab a gun and simply start killing people in the U.S. or blow up a bomb.  Obviously, it is difficult to know whether they should be taken seriously, but the FBI and other law enforcement agencies are very likely working overtime trying to defuse situations before they occur.

According to the Qur’an, the penalty for criticizing Islam or its founder is death.  “Lo! those who malign Allah and His messenger . . . they will be seized wherever found and slain with a (fierce) slaughter.” —Quran 33:57-61

I personally read from various news outlets the situations that occur when someone tries to leave Islam.  Often the penalty for that is death as well and that is another teaching based on the Qur’an.  “If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah), never will it be accepted of him.” —Quran 3:85

The Hadith quotes Muhammad as saying, “Whoever changed his Islamic religion, then kill him.”

I hear of people leaving Christianity all the time.  With pride, they refer to themselves as “ex-Christians.” They are allowed to leave, though I do not truly believe they were authentic Christians as explained by Jesus in John 3.  Nonetheless, they are free to leave.  No one is going to hunt them down and kill them.  I don’t need someone else to tell me about the Inquisitions during the time of Constantine and later through the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church.  I do understand that this is part of the Roman Catholic Church’s history, but it is not my history as I have never been part of the Roman Catholic Church.  What occurred then was just as bad as what is occurring now because of Islam.  No group or religious sect has the right to force people to become part of that religious sect, or die.  Conversely, no one has the right to hunt someone down who left a particular sect and kill them either.

Yet, I have read of countless reports of people being killed who have left Islam.  In one case not long ago, a 14-year old boy was killed while he worked; killed by three Muslim men who had learned that the boy left Islam to become a Christian.  He was given a chance to recant but did not.

Currently, a Christian pastor in Iran is in danger of being killed because he was at one point, a Muslim, but has converted to Christianity.  Originally, it was learned that Iran was going to execute him for that crime.  When it became known to the world, then Iran said they were going to execute him for crimes against Iran.  Then it was learned that while in prison, he is being tortured and beaten in the hopes of making him recant his faith in Jesus.  So far, he has refused.  If this pastor is murdered, he leaves behind a wife and young children.

Yet in spite of this, Christians are accused of being hate-mongers because of their biblical positions against certain situations.  We cannot help that the Bible teaches that homosexuality is a sin, for instance.  We cannot help that this same Bible teaches that stealing, murder, lying, adultery, and other things are sinful practices.  While we are not to judge (and those who do are wrong), we are to teach and enlighten.  It is our job to make people aware of their need for Jesus and the only salvation that is available.  Jesus Himself said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me the Son,” (John 14:6).  That is an extremely bold statement and one that either represents the fact that Jesus dismissed all other forms of religions as falsehoods, or He Himself was clearly delusional.  While some might also say that the men who “wrote” the Bible simply got it wrong, that claim places greater hardship on the one making it because it not becomes his responsibility to prove that the Bible is not accurate.

Islam is an ideology (as opposed to a religion) because it incorporates every aspect of society.  That is the goal of Islam, to indoctrinate and to enslave.  There is no middle ground with Islam.  People will submit to it or they will be destroyed by it.

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  • 2. Sigdrifa  |  December 1, 2011 at 8:57 AM

    Simon, we are supposed to stand up against the devil, not lay down and love him while he tramples us.


  • 3. Simon  |  November 30, 2011 at 6:36 PM

    Fantastic Fred – really rings true. To my mind, it is the fact that Islam is a total system, attempting to join Church and State, and governing every aspect of one’s life from which sandal to put on first in the morning that sets it really apart from Christianity. However, rather than trying to fight Islam with freedom we find in Christ, I sometimes worry Christians try to fight ‘fire with fire’ by trying to establish their own form of de fact theocratic state. The day that happens is the day the Muslims actually win.


    • 4. modres  |  November 30, 2011 at 7:44 PM

      The thing that ACTUALLY sets Christianity apart from Islam is the fact that Jesus Christ is GOD, lived a perfect life, volunteered to die as a pardon for sins, and grants to all who come to Him in faith, salvation. One day, there WILL be a completely theocratic Kingdom governed by God the Son and it will affect every aspect of a person’s life here on earth.

      I do not see Christians attempting to establish their own form of de facto theocratic state, Simon. I must have missed that completely. All we’re doing is fighting to maintain the rights and privileges guaranteed to us by the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, while we see Islam being given a pass at every turn.


  • 5. Linda Poindexter Strawn  |  November 30, 2011 at 9:26 AM

    thanks so much for this post!!!! i have downloaded that document, shared on facebook and emailed my friends. what a great reference tool.


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