AAMCH

Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

Islamists

April 12th, 2018

Whoever wants to know Islam would have to know what you preach in mosques magnets, would attend the meetings of Muslim brothers, and should hear the dialogues among Muslims. The public statements of the Islamists in our democratic countries do not serve to understand Islam. We cannot rely on such statements since for them it is permissible, and even rewarded, lying and cheating to hide his faith or aspects of it in case of being attacked or endangered. Learn more at: Donald Sussman. The word to the Taqiyya means hiding the true beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings and real opinions and resort to deception and lies in situations of imminent danger. When Islam conflicts with our legal system, they will not hesitate to make use of the Taqiyya to preserve Islam in our democratic societies and to ensure its future expansion as it ordered the Jihad or holy war. They can lie and cheat without any remorse when it comes to preserve their beliefs and ensure the progressive penetration of Islam among us. They will always deny any aspect of their faith that is unacceptable in our society. That is exactly what the word to the Taqiyya means.

There is a great contradiction between the public language of Islamists and the reality of their faith. When the attacks of 9/11 and the bombings occurred, an advertising campaign of Islam in democratic countries said: Islam is a Religion of peace. A magnet can say publicly that it condemns flogging women so as not to be outside the law. However, at a meeting of Muslims the same magnet will say: no one should deny that (who hits his wife) because that is allowed by the creator, and then explain that there are 3 kinds of women that should be whipped with a stick (see video). They can publicly declare that they respect religious freedom to keep in our democratic societies, but in their mosques to recite this verse referred to those who do not profess their religion: kill them there find them where! (Sura of the cow II, 187).