According to many Western leaders, ISIS is barbaric group of Muslims who have completely hijacked the religion of Islam. These statements shows their ignorance of the life and teachings of Muhammad. Do these Western leaders know that Muhammad had many people beheaded? Do they know that Muhammad bragged that he as made successful through terror?
Allah's Apostle said, "... I have been made victorious with terror ... 1
Quoting the Qur'an, the hadith, and the life of Muhammad, Brother Rashid shows that ISIS is following many of the teachings of Muhammad and his close companions.
There has been a world-wide outcry against the beheadings of non-Muslims in the Middle East. This is not surprising because there is a natural human revulsion against such grotesque and vile deeds. Likewise, some Muslims have been condemning the terrifying spectacle of these gruesome and bloody beheadings too.
Of course, it would, indeed, be rare that anyone would ever argue that it is permissible to behead an innocent person. A rational person would consider such an argument moral insanity. It is axiomatic that an innocent person is never legitimately punished, let alone beheaded. Even the militant Muslims don’t believe that an innocent person deserves to be punished. So, why do they behead these individuals?
After attacking churches and breaking into houses, Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorists are seizing all the bibles in order to destroy them. Acording to them, the Bibles are more dangerous than chemical weapons.
This week, a friend showed me a photo that he took recently of a Navy ship being escorted by two small, heavily-armed Navy boats. Another person mentioned it was necessary because of the potential for terrorism, claiming Islam and the Qur'an have a lot of verses promoting violence...
In a recent article in the London Telegraph, Fraser Nelson discusses the tragedy of religious cleansing in Iraq, Egypt, Iran, and Lebanon. Many Christians have been shot, firebombed, and others live in fear of constant attack both in their homes and churches. There were 25 Coptic Christians killed in Egypt in the month of October, 2011. Of the 1.4 million Christians living in Iraq in 2000, about two thirds of them have fled the nation fearing for their lives. In a single attack in October 2010, al-Qaida terrorists murdered about 60 Chaldean Catholic church members.