A reflexion on the ongoing islamization...
By Joelle Perry
December 12, 2016
Instead of using false tolerance and political correctness to keep the mouths of people shut, let us learn how to speak, how to argue, and how to value freedom of speech.
What about Muslims who are truly peaceful? I bring to my mind my own American Muslim friends as I ask this. Many Muslims I know, who have been born into western cultures, love peace, tolerance, freedom, and equality, but they didn’t get these democratic values and laws from the Qur’an or Islam, and much less from Islamic history. On the other hand, they received these peaceful values from western culture and democracy, from their own upbringing, or from their own conscience which bears witness to these values. Many Muslims, who are truly peaceful and want to remain in Islam, are interpreting into Islam the good values they’ve learned.
The Qur’an and Islam, however, are impossible to reform while maintaining the foundations of the faith. Islam is bound by the doctrine of tanzīl, meaning “to send down”, which is the paramount belief in Islam, which states that the Qur’anic revelation descended, verbatim, from Allah (God) to Muhammad. Muslims who truly take the Qur’an as God’s word have only two possible ways to follow: fighting unbelievers, or putting on a peaceful appearance until they are prepared to fight. At the end of the day, the goal of Islam is to achieve world peace by conquering the world through war, in the name of Allah.
Their Shariah (Islamic) Laws are incompatible with democracy, and traditional Islamic culture is impossible to integrate with western culture. Even allowing Muslims to practice Shariah Law, amongst themselves in Europe, through what has been called the Welfare Party (Refah Prtisi, RP), has been ruled against by the European Court of Human Rights, because it would deny democracy to those who would be subjected to it. This understanding, of the incompatibility between Islam and democracy, must be further explored in the West today, in light of the current struggles with Islam, which are worsening.
Can Islam be reformed? There is no doubt, in light of Islamic history, that the sentiments and devotion to traditional Islam and the paramount respect of the Qur’an and its commandments will prevail among those who read the Qur’an and have faith in it. “Radical Islam” is an unhelpful term that causes the unlearned and inexperienced to think that the Muslims who follow in such a way are projecting onto the Qur’an their own extreme interpretation, instead of seeing the truth that these “radicals” are only victims to the already radical Qur’an.
The Qur’an and Islamic history inspire Muslims who practice “radical Islam”; these are simply taking the Qur’an at its word, in its most simple interpretation. Even if some did succeed in reforming Islam, the passionate spirit of Jihad and the retribution of an angry Allah, demanding to be expressed through his people in war, and establish world peace through this “holy war”, as a sort of theocracy, would prevail in those who have faith in the divine inspiration of the Qur’an, and in Muhammad as Allah’s last and final prophet (word) to mankind.
On November 25, 2016, I travelled with Sister Hatune to hear her speak at Eberbach High School, four hours away by train. Her audience was a group of about 100 eighth and ninth graders. Sister Hatune values informing the younger generations on the current events in the Middle East and preparing them for the future. One teacher from the school, never having met Sister Hatune, tried to stop the meeting from happening because she had Muslim family members.
Nonetheless, the majority of the teachers agreed, along with the students, to hear Sister Hatune and the information about the persecution in the Middle East. She also spoke about Islam, the poor, her life, and the work of the foundation. The students listened attentively and were very interested and even shocked, although she kept from them her worst images and stories. Days afterwards, she received a letter from the students. They want to hold a Christmas sale and have the funds they raise go to the foundation. All of the foundations donations go directly to the persecuted.
For the past month, the foundation has been housing a few homeless beggars from Romania. Sister Hatune keeps her doors open to all who are in need; she took these in and is providing them with food and accommodation. With the help of a translator, she told them that the foundation would help them find work and that they don’t have to go out to beg. She assured them, “You don’t have to be beggars all of your life. There are real solutions for you here.”
On November 27, Sister Hatune spoke to an audience of about 70 at a Catholic Church in Bad Driburg. One Catholic religious teacher found the information hard to hear because she didn’t understand the religion of Islam. She remarked, before the group, that Islam meant peace, although it really means “submission”. Her opinion was that Christians should open their doors to anyone, no matter what their life principles are, and no matter if they seek to kill or attack others. The audience made it obvious that they were not in favor of her stance.
Sister Hatune, in response, answered with only the facts from her own copy of the Qur’an and the Muslim code of ethics. She explained how Islam is in a self-declared “holy war” against all non-Muslims (Surah 47:4) and how they do not have true friendships with “non-believers” (Surah 3:28, 5:51). It is not possible to integrate western culture with Islam because of the beliefs and practices they follow. In the Qur’an, 52.7% of it’s content is directly against non-Muslims. This includes threats, degrading remarks, calls to fight against them, and wishes of death on them. There are 206 verses, which are against anyone who is not Suni Muslim. Europe allowing into their countries so many Suni (radical) Muslims, who are “fleeing ISIS”, or simply immigrating in (for lack of border protection) is ridiculous. For news on Islamic terror in Europe since 2001, visit this site: http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/attacks/europe-attacks.aspx
Surah 3:28 commands Muslims not to be friends with non-Muslims. Nonetheless, when they are not in dominion, they are allowed to show friendship outwardly, but not from their heart. Abu Darda, one of Muhammad’s companions said, “We smile in the face of some people although our hearts curse them.” Muslims may remain under a cloak of peace until they are strong enough to win their wars without too much loss. Islam is not a religion of peace, and if we believe that murder has no religion, then we also understand that Islam is not a religion at all, but an ideology.
One police in the audience, in civilian clothes, spoke to Sister Hatune after the speech about how many crimes are being committed and going unpunished because of religious tolerance and confusion towards the issues Islam brings. Sister Hatune said, “I’m sad and angry about the behavior of the politicians in Germany. Already now, the elderly people, mostly women, are afraid to go outside after 6 pm in big cities because of the amount of crime that has flooded in from Muslims. What is going on here? In our own country, we are afraid to go outside. In our own country, it is not allowed to speak the truth or even an opinion. Where is our democracy? Where is our freedom? Where are our human rights? Where is our equality?”
On the 28th, Sister Hatune travelled to Versmold Gütersloh, to speak to an evangelical church, completely packed with an audience of around 300 people.
Her speech was similar to the day prior at the Catholic Church, and one politically correct evangelical priest in the audience questioned Sister Hatune, saying that Islam is a part of Germany, and, as Christians, we must see Muslims who practice Islam as equals, and not as a threat. Sister Hatune always begins her speeches by making her audience aware that she is not politically correct, because she is not afraid to speak the facts in an unfiltered way. She is not afraid to offend anyone, because she understands that when she speaks against Islam’s ideologies, she does not demonize the individual. She defends democracy in her nation, and believes that others, who fight against democracy, should go elsewhere, where they can practice their own ideologies. She explained to the man the incompatibility of Islam and democracy.
In reflection to the past week, Sister Hatune remarked, “I am afraid that people are now already afraid to speak the truth. It is how it was during the rise of Hitler. The mouths of the people were closed, and then before they could open them again, it was too late. This same disaster is happening again. The people are unable to speak. They are silent and afraid to speak the truth. This will not end well in our future. We try, in our foundation, to be honest, to show the facts, and to say the truth, no matter what it costs. God is truth. Whoever is not in truth is the friend of the devil. Only the truth can win in a positive way.
I wish that the European people and the western people of America, and all democracies, would be honest in democracy and defend human rights, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and equality, and to save theses godly rules. I wish that they would not give any space for the rules that come against human rights, like Shariah Law, dictatorship, and communism, where the humans are not equal and the classes are elevated.
My thoughts especially go out to the women and children who are oppressed, or made to be servants of the men according to the Shariah Law . . . where the witness of two women is equal to one man. Where the women are like filth to the men who can use them as they like and beat them. She is not worthy and has to cover her face. Muhammad said that women are born for hell. These rules and ideologies, we do not need. We have to save our own rules and know our own faith. If we know, as Christians, and as democracies, our faith, and live according to that, standing together, no one can stand against us. We, the Christians, have lost our faith, though. We must speak.
Jesus told us that that after him would come many false prophets. We must be honest to the words of Jesus and not accept the false prophets. It is clear that Muhammad is a false prophet. In his time, he slaughtered the Jewish people and all non-Muslims; for the past 1,400 years they have been cutting the throats of the human beings, like they are animals, in accordance with the Qur’an.
If we read the Bible and are honest with ourselves, we can see what 1 John 2:22 really looks like. Everyone can read what is says there.
My mission is for everyone to be honest with himself, with the world, with his faith, and to speak the truth. Instead of using false tolerance and political correctness to keep the mouths of people shut, let us learn how to speak, how to argue, and how to value freedom of speech. This generation, though, has mostly lost its ability to argue, especially with the subjects of religion and ideologies. Some states don’t even have any classes on religion, and so, most people are ignorant to Islam.”
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