No Lies Too Deep

You hafta love Islam. There’s just so much room for maneuver.

Take lying for instance. It’s not only allowed, but encouraged when dealing with infidels. Here’s an excerpt of the article Lying in Islam by Abdullah Al Araby from IslamReview.com:

…passages from the Quran clearly reveal that Muslims’ unintentional lies are forgivable and that even their intentional lies can be absolved by performing extra duties. It is also clear that if forced to do so, Muslims can lie while under oath and can even falsely deny faith in Allah, as long as they maintain the profession of faith in their hearts.

The concept is something called Takeyya, and under Takeyya it is permissible to:

  • Drink wine, abandon prayers, and skip fasting during Ramadan.
  • Renounce belief in Allah.
  • Kneel in homage to a deity other than Allah.
  • Utter insincere oaths.

Oh, and I love the ‘Islam is a religion of peace’, whenever I hear that, it reminds me of the violence taught in the latter part of the Qur’an. Here’s another quote from the IslamReview article:

An example of Islamic deception is that Muslim activists always quote the passages of the Quran from the early part of Mohammed’s ministry while living in Mecca. These texts are peaceful and exemplify tolerance towards those that are not followers of Islam. All the while, they are fully aware that most of these passages were abrogated (cancelled and replaced) by passages that came after he migrated to Medina. The replacement verses reflect prejudice, intolerance, and endorse violence upon unbelievers.

The article concludes with this statement:

In conclusion, it is imperative to understand, that Muslim leaders can use this loop-hole in their religion, to absolve them from any permanent commitment. It is also important to know that what Muslim activists say to spread Islam may not always be the whole truth. When dealing with Muslims, what they say is not the issue. The real issue is, what they actually mean in their hearts.

We are currently engaged in a life-and-death struggle with radical Islam. We are trying to keep a country, Iran, from developing the means to destroy those few things in this world that are good. What does this tell us about this struggle?

You can do the math yourself, but I’ll spell it out for you:

We can never, ever believe what a Muslim leader has to say.

Never

Under Islam, there are no lies too deep.

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The excerpts in this post come from this excellent article:

http://www.islamreview.com/articles/lying.shtml

Which is in THIS archive of articles:

http://www.islamreview.com/articles.htm

Which comes from an excellent website:

IslamReview.com

These people COME from Muslim countries and are not jingoistic propagandists. They know what they are talking about.

They are now on my honor roll.

1 thought on “No Lies Too Deep

  1. When I first came to Israel, someone told me, “After an Arab is buried for forty years, you can begin to believe that he is dead.” It has taken me almost forty years in this country to think that maybe that person was right. And isn’t that awful? I love your blog more and more.

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