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Monday, February 12, 2018

What Does Islam Really Say About Non- Believers? The Experts Weigh in

Hat tip Vlad Tepes and American Center for Democracy


Every time we read about a jihadist attack upon non-Muslims, we are told that the perp(s) was a mentally ill person who misunderstood Islam. Western Islamic leaders, when speaking publicly to non-Muslims, assure us that the perp(s) misinterpreted the Quran and the Islamic texts.

Yet time and time again, when imams speak to their own followers, they describe non-Muslims in the worst of terms. The below montage compiled by the American Center for Democracy shows religious leaders addressing the question of non-Muslims for their own followers. Take note that several of these speakers are in the US and Canada.




I am not claiming here that this is what is said in every mosque, either in the Middle East or the West. Keep in mind that Sufi and Ahmadiya Muslims have a good track record for not being involved in hatred and terrorism as compared to Sunni, Wahhabist, Salafist, Shia. Sufis and Ahmadiyas, however, are regarded as heretics by the latter group and persecuted.

The sad fact remains that there are way too many of these imams and so-called Islamic leaders who believe this and teach it even on Western soil. The question is this: Are the words in the video truly accurate as to Islamic teachings? I have come to the conclusion that they are.

1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

What do Christian texts say about non-believers... they're all going to hell because they haven't accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. I can attend a Christian service every Sunday without believing that. But its what the texts say.