UnMasking Islam: What You Need to Know

June 15, 2013 at 3:21 PM 1 comment

Since my last article dealing with Islam and our government’s approval of it, I’ve had some interesting comments on Twitter. Several of them were from Muslims and they make some interesting points. Their points are not true, but they are interesting because of the fact that they say what they say hoping that the person they are speaking with knows next to nothing about Islam. This is exactly the way propagandists like those at CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) work.

Obviously, many books and articles have been written on Islam. Books by Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Walid Shoebat, Dennis Cuddy, and many others exist and they are worth reading. No one book or article can cover everything about Islam simply because there is too much to cover. In this series, I want to provide the basics for people who may not know a good deal and might not be able to hold an intelligent discussion with a Muslim propagandist. All it takes is basic knowledge and basic understanding of what the Qur’an teaches and that knowledge becomes a weapon that can easily be used to slice up the arguments presented by those from within Islam.

There are some very important basics that everyone should know about Islam. Once we lay the basics down, we’ll move on from there into deeper waters.

Islam started with Muhammad
Before Muhammad (570-632 AD), there was no Islam, and there were no Muslims. Muhammad is their self-appointed prophet. The next individual believed to be arriving to this planet will be the Final Mahdi (we’ll get into him later).

Islam traces its heritage back to Abraham and Ishmael. However, they see Ishmael as the promised son, not Isaac.

Though Muhammad started off adult life as a pacifist, he ultimately became a warmonger, killing whomever he pleased to advance his beliefs and goals. He became anti-Semitic, warring, and a judge, jury, and executioner. He led twenty-seven military campaigns against innocent villages and caravans and he planned at least  thirty-eight more. This is why part of the Qur’an presents things in a peaceful way (when Muhammad believed in pacifism), while the other part of the Qur’an presents things in a violent-sounding way (after he became a warmonger).

Muhammad posed as a prophet or apostle of God and gathered a following because of it. Both Jesus and Paul warned that after they were gone many false prophets would come.  Muhammad is simply one of them who managed to create an entire ideology that has gathered several billion followers worldwide. He initially went to groups of Jews and offered himself as their Messiah. When they rejected him, he slaughtered them and their all in their villages.

In Islam, Jesus is simply another prophet and Muhammad supersedes Jesus. While the Qur’an refers to Christianity and Christ, in practice, Muslims see Muhammad as being far greater than Jesus and Islam being the fulfillment or extension of Christianity.

Read more: http://freedomoutpost.com/2013/06/what-you-need-to-know-about-islam-part-1/

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1 Comment

  • 1. Lester  |  June 15, 2013 at 6:00 PM

    I’m sorry if I offend any Catholics reading this blog, however this is what happened to the Roman catholic church in the 3rd-4th century and beyond. Killing in the name of God is done by many religious entities.Islam is full of Gnostic teachings and in the mother of all books you will find that reality. Mani was another false prophet that brought Manichean ideology into focus and was hunted by Rome as a rival for the masses. Ultimately Gnostic ideology came into the catholic church by way of Augustine and some of that has infested even the protestant denominations. Clergy and laity seperation, the nicolaiton apostasy mentioned in Revelation. I am not here to judge and condemn anyone as heretic! I myself have been judged thus.Only Father may make that call! Anyway, I think I know where you are going with the coming of their Madhi!


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