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Ex-Muslims speak about radical beliefs   Humanist listings

Started 30/4/16 by Miyuko; 1376 views.
Sylveria

From: Sylveria

9-Feb

Walid Shoebat was born in Bethlehem of Judea, Israel.

Why I Left Jihad: The Root of Terrorism and the Return of Radical,

Islam Hardcover – Unabridged, May 30, 2005

A fascinating and scholarly work, this book is based on ten years of research and intense study. It turns the spotlight on traditional Christian interpretation of Israel's position in the biblical prophecies through textual and historical accuracy; it shows how radical Islam fits the description of the End-Times threat.

https://www.amazon.com/Why-Left-Jihad-Terrorism-Radical/dp/0977102114

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

10-Feb

Sylveria said:

Why I Left Jihad: The Root of Terrorism and the Return of Radical,

He makes claims about his background that cannot be checked.

The likelihood is that he was a collaborator with the occupation forces, spying on other Palestinians and got lucky to escape the concentration camp.

Clever guy, maybe a good theologian. But totally unreliable on his personal history.

Snokulokapus

From: Snokulokapus

20-Feb

BerrySteph said:

Snokulokapus said: Here are the bunch of criminals some NORTH AMERICAN side with and give them protection... A message from Julius Streicher published in Der Sturmer?

 Do you want everyone to become a ZITSLAM0?

You are in the wrong place, because as far as I know, most of the artists, musicians and poets are Athiests -  but we will defend our parents and friends that might still be Christians . Jews , Buddhist or extra terestiansl!!

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polinious

From: polinious

26-Feb

I like the EXTRAterestial part! alien

Ennya

From: Ennya

28-Feb

WECAN'T FIX JIHAD 

The latest terrorist attacks in England illustrate the inadequacy of conventional law enforcement and criminology for dealing with ideologically-driven violence.

https://thehill.com/opinion/international/484161-lessons-from-london-you-cant-fix-jihad

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Miyuko

From: Miyuko

6-Mar

All of these heinous attacks is going to hit Londonians' minds very hard, one day!

Snokulokapus

From: Snokulokapus

7-Mar

There's no other rational explanation - so far!

KiwiDandy

From: KiwiDandy

8-Mar

On in million cares for humanity because it's in his good genes...

Ennya

From: Ennya

20-Mar

Yes - the  'One day hit' has already happened! 

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

30-Mar

Ennya said:

The latest terrorist attacks in England illustrate the inadequacy of conventional law enforcement and criminology for dealing with ideologically-driven violence. https://thehill.com/opinion/international/484161-lessons-from-london-you-cant-fix-jihad

What a nasty article.

... I’m referring not to what Islamic tradition calls the “greater jihad,” meaning the inner, psychological struggle to be a better Muslim, but to the “lesser jihad,” meaning the outer, physical struggle against the enemies of Islam, or as Daniel Pipes defines it, “the legal, compulsory, communal effort to expand the territories ruled by Muslims at the expense of territories ruled by non-Muslims.” This is the jihad that Islamist terrorist organizations promote and some even choose for their names (Palestinian Islamic Jihad

The Palestinians are the Jews of 2000 years ago mostly converted to becoming Christians and Muslims.

To accuse refugees of "the legal, compulsory, communal effort to expand the territories ruled by Muslims at the expense of territories ruled by non-Muslims" is simply outrageous!

The Palestinians have every possible legal and moral right to return to their homes - and were (at least until very recently) backed by the entire world!

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