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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

ISIS is Islamaphobic.

 ISIS are the ones who should be called 'Islamiphobic'.  I am not sure about you, but I am sick of hearing the whole 'Islamophobia' thing. I mean, if you are Muslim you should be just as concerned about the killing of innocent people as the rest of the world. After I explain what I mean, then you may understand. Also, understand, I am not a  conservative close-minded. So there's a difference between what I am saying versus what conservatives would imply. I am a Christian and completely disagree with Islam. Some elements of religions can be great, and other's can be poisonous, as we see with radical Muslim extremist. Now, it's not homophobe to explain who these people are; so you should not be upset when people use the phrase "radical Muslim extremist." In fact, you should embrace this because you have the chance to distance yourself from any stigma or what people see as a threat. Most Muslims in America are Muslims but aren't fundamentalist and have never thought of hurting others. But there's a fundamental portion of all religions but specifically Islam. I realize some are turned off with this conversation, but it is one in which needs be because we cannot live in a society where everyone is scared of the other, which is where the fact the homophobes, the real homophobes, are Islam extremist. You see, radical Muslims hate everyday Muslims, the ones who are peaceful and embracing of other societies, cultures, and religious beliefs. ISIS wants to kill people who are inclusionist because those Muslims, ironically, are more of a threat than Christians are to them. Because people see the lives of law-abiding Muslims and they hate that image the West sees, they want free people, people of other faiths, specifically Christians to see Muslims as evil savages who will kill anyone who doesn't comply with their fake god's bidding. A former prisoner of ISIS said he never once saw them read from a Quran, ever. Which begs the question, what is ISIS all about? Well, most of ISIS leadership is made up of former Saddam Hussiesn's Baathist party, which is a secular government. So, ISIS has a severely savage interpretation of Islam, and they use this to their advantage. But why would ISIS do this, why would ISIS use religion in this manner because people, especially young people, respond to Jihad as a duty, to fight for Allah, and die for him. Religion, if manipulated, is the worst part of humanity. ISIS clearly displays the uttermost dark elements of society. They, ISIS, are trying to silence peaceful Muslims, and manipulate the what some Muslims have long held onto, which is peace and love.


Ask anything about Muslims or question something and you're labeled a hater, and even though Islam is a religion and not a race, people will call you racist. Are there hateful conservatives out there who hate Muslims no matter what? Of course, many conservatives hate Islam without reservation, and those minds are unlikely to be changed. However, what I believe is Islamic terror groups are the biggest Islamophobes on the earth. Think about it, how many Muslims do ISIS and other Islamic terror groups murder? The percentage of Muslims killed by ISIS said Muslims, is 98%. Now, some Islamic terror groups murder because of their sect of Islam, for example, Shites kill Sunnis and other times, Sunnis kill Shites. Why because each thinks the other sect is wrong, and must be punished.

"The Sunni branch believes that the first four caliphs--Mohammed's successors--rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims. They recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate religious leaders. These heirs ruled continuously in the Arab world until the break-up of the Ottoman Empire following the end of the First World War. Shiites, in contrast, believe that only the heirs of the fourth caliph, Ali, are the legitimate successors of Mohammed. In 931 the Twelfth Imam disappeared. This was a seminal event in the history of Shiite Muslims. According to R. Scott Appleby, a professor of history at the University of Notre Dame,"Shiite Muslims, who are concentrated in Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon, [believe they] had suffered the loss of divinely guided political leadership" at the time of the Imam's disappearance. Not"until the ascendancy of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1978" did they believe that they had once again begun to live under the authority of a legitimate religious figure." (1).

ISIS' victims are overwhelmingly Muslims, and that seems inconsistent with their claim Islam is peaceful and doesn't promote murder. Isis didn't get the memo, or their motive isn't so much a religious one as it is for political, social control, empowerment, and domination. If ISIS is losing ground in their fight against who they, rightly, claim are crusaders, they forget, according to their beliefs Jesus Christ was a Prophet. Of course, Christians, including me know Jesus Christ to be the Son of God. At any rate, the point is according to Islam Christians are "people of the book" which does not indicate to commit harm to any Christian. But, if you manipulate, twist and cross text passages, you can come up with a whole host of conspiration religious assertions.
I am not sure about you, but I am sick of hearing the whole 'Islamophobia' thing. I mean, if you are Muslim you should be just as concerned about the killing of innocent people as the rest of the world. After I explain what I mean, then you may understand. Also, understand, I am not a  conservative close-minded. So there's a difference between what I am saying versus what conservatives would imply. I am a Christian and completely disagree with Islam. Some elements of religions can be great, and other's can be poisonous, as we see with radical Muslim extremist. Now, it's not homophobe to explain who these people are; so you should not be upset when people use the phrase "radical Muslim extremist." In fact, you should be appreciated because you have the chance to distance yourself from any stigma or what people see as a threat. Most Muslims in America are Muslims but aren't fundamentalist and have never thought of hurting others. But there's a fundamental portion of all religions but specifically Islam. I realize some are turned off with this conversation, but it is one in which needs be because we cannot live in a society where everyone is scared of the other, which is where the fact the homophobes, the real homophobes, are Islam extremist. You see, radical Muslims hate everyday Muslims, the ones who are peaceful and embracing of other societies, cultures, and religious beliefs. ISIS wants to kill people who are inclusionist because those Muslims, ironically, are more of a threat than Christians are to them. Because people see the lives of law-abiding Muslims and they hate that image the West sees, they want free people, people of other faiths, specifically Christians to see Muslims as evil savages who will kill anyone who doesn't comply with their fake god's bidding. A former prisoner of ISIS said he never once saw them read from a Quran, ever. Which begs the question, what is ISIS all about? Well, most of ISIS leadership is made up of former Saddam Hussiesn's Baathist party, which is a secular government. So, ISIS has a severely savage interpretation of Islam, and they use this to their advantage. But why would ISIS do this, why would ISIS use religion in this manner because people, especially young people, respond to Jihad as a duty, to fight for Allah, and die for him. Religion, if manipulated, is the worst part of humanity. ISIS clearly displays the uttermost dark elements of society. They, ISIS, are trying to silence peaceful Muslims, and manipulate the what some Muslims have long held onto, which is peace and love.


Ask anything about Muslims or question something and you're labeled a hater, and even though Islam is a religion and not a race, people will call you racist. Are there hateful conservatives out there who hate Muslims no matter what? Of course, many conservatives hate Islam without reservation, and those minds are unlikely to be changed. However, what I believe is Islamic terror groups are the biggest Islamophobes on the earth. Think about it, how many Muslims do ISIS and other Islamic terror groups murder? The percentage of Muslims killed by ISIS said Muslims, is 98%. Now, some Islamic terror groups murder because of their sect of Islam, for example, Shites kill Sunnis and other times, Sunnis kill Shites. Why because each thinks the other sect is wrong, and must be punished.

"The Sunni branch believes that the first four caliphs--Mohammed's successors--rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims. They recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate religious leaders. These heirs ruled continuously in the Arab world until the break-up of the Ottoman Empire following the end of the First World War. Shiites, in contrast, believe that only the heirs of the fourth caliph, Ali, are the legitimate successors of Mohammed. In 931 the Twelfth Imam disappeared. This was a seminal event in the history of Shiite Muslims. According to R. Scott Appleby, a professor of history at the University of Notre Dame,"Shiite Muslims, who are concentrated in Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon, [believe they] had suffered the loss of divinely guided political leadership" at the time of the Imam's disappearance. Not"until the ascendancy of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1978" did they believe that they had once again begun to live under the authority of a legitimate religious figure." (1).

ISIS' victims are overwhelmingly Muslims, and that seems inconsistent with their claim Islam is peaceful and doesn't promote murder. Isis didn't get the memo, or their motive isn't so much a religious one as it is for political, social control, empowerment, and domination. If ISIS is losing ground in their fight against who they, rightly, claim are crusaders, they forget, according to their beliefs Jesus Christ was a Prophet. Of course, Christians, including me know Jesus Christ to be the Son of God. At any rate, the point is according to Islam Christians are "people of the book" which does not indicate to commit harm to any Christian. But, if you manipulate, twist and cross text passages, you can come up with a whole host of conspiration religious assertions.

Source.
1). HNN Staff. (4 May 2014). What Is the Difference Between Sunni and Shiite Muslims--and Why Does It Matter? HNN History News Network. http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/934#sthash.ZNy8Gkdn.dpuf

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