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The Perversion That Is Islam

Stacy McCain quotes from this AP report by Lolita Baldor:

The Obama administration’s recent move to drop rhetorical references to Islamic radicalism is drawing fire in a new report warning the decision ignores the role religion can play in motivating terrorists.

Several prominent counterterror experts are challenging the administration’s shift in its recently unveiled National Security Strategy, saying the terror threat should be defined in order to fight it.

In the report, scheduled to be released this week, counterterrorism experts from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy argue that the U.S. could clearly articulate the threat from radical Islamic extremists “without denigrating the Islamic religion in any way.”

In the report, which was obtained by The Associated Press, the analysts warn that U.S. diplomacy must sharpen the distinction between the Muslim faith and violent Islamist extremism, identify radicalizers within Islamic communities and empower voices that can contest the radical teachings.

The report acknowledges that the Obama administration has beefed up efforts to work with the Muslim community in the U.S. and abroad and has also expanded counterterrorism operations and tried to erode and divide al-Qaida and its affiliated groups.

But the administration’s two-pronged approach of stepping up counterterror operations while tamping down its rhetoric, the critics argue, needs to also include an ideological counteratteck with policies and programs that empower moderate Islamic voices and contest extremist narratives.

“There is an ideology that is driving al-Qaida and its affiliates,” said Matt Levitt, one of the authors of the study on countering violent extremism.

The administration, Levitt said, has to separate discussion of Islam as a religion from the radical Islamic ideology that is producing and fueling global insurgencies. The study is due out next week, but the authors, Levitt, a former FBI and Treasury official, and co-author J. Scott Carpenter, were to preview it Monday.

Stacy comments:

We already knew that this “Don’t Call It Islamic Terrorism” policy was stupid, but it’s nice to have experts agreeing with common sense.

There’s no Common Sense involved in any report that restates the tired old bromide that Islamic terrorism can be separated from the religion of Islam itself:

…counterterrorism experts from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy argue that the U.S. could clearly articulate the threat from radical Islamic extremists “without denigrating the Islamic religion in any way.”

No, the U.S. cannot because the two are married to each other in a bond that cannot be torn asunder.  Islamic terrorism is part of the obligation of every Muslim to wage Jihad; Jihad, the enslavement and or killing of all non-believers, is one of the basic core beliefs of Islam.  All this report does is to widen the blinders a bit, but it still denies the full, complete reality that there can be no reform of Islam without the rejection of The Koran.  That causes a bit of a problem, however: if The Koran is rejected, there is no Islam — the ‘religion’ cannot exist without it’s dogma.

It is about time many of us wake up to the fact that, since the time the obviously mad Mohammed created this idolatry of himself, Islam has been a curse on the world.  It, in and of itself, has contributed nothing positive and only brought about the deaths and enslavement of millions under a false god.  Allah is a perversion of the God of Abraham.  Islam is evil incarnate.  And anyone who compromises with evil will pay a great price.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. dumhunter permalink
    05 July 2012 @ 15:03 15:03

    don’t you drae to call great and real religion pervert.pervert is your soul and your mind
    which is a superb idiot brain,in fact you don’t even have a brain anyway you pervert

  2. Paul K permalink
    18 February 2014 @ 21:36 21:36

    I believe that peace is what everybody would normally want. I really can’t say I understand Islam in details but I notice there are violent tendencies in either Islam or Christian (mainly old Testament), Jesus did everything he could to get rid of this teachings but so-called believers and church in the past made him look bad with their actions and policies in His name. I live as a country where Islam is majority. To be very honest, I can get along just fine with people around me but some still have radical thoughts (even Christmas greeting to non-muslim might send them straight to hell), some have hidden sympathy for those terrorists (probably due to brotherhood teachings), hypocrisy is other things (premarital intercourse, prostitution, abortion, corruption in every aspects, good-governance is practically non-exist etc.) though almost everyone seems to be in hype of praying, wearing hijab or dressed like Arabian. But this doesn’t stop me from having a good and respectful relationship with my muslim friends and colleagues which are mostly nice persons, aside from our screw up society. I guess people tends to follow small and unimportant things of their beliefs more than learning and implementing the core values with minimum distortion.

  3. Anonymous permalink
    07 November 2014 @ 22:54 22:54

    Simple. Islam is a religion of works, earning your way to heaven. Christanity is believing that Christ died for the forgiveness of our sins, a simple act of faith that releases Gods grace, a gift that cannot be earned, and this makes us a vessel for Gods power to be released through us, for his greater glory. Religion is a shadow of Gods will, a set of rules men create to try and understand God. All religion falls short of the truth. Loving God, and loving ones neighbor, this will open up to us a glimpse of God, and is the beginning of understanding. Gods says he puts his word upon our hearts, so that no man can stand before him with excuse.

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