Three Stages of Jihad

Pardon my language but it reflects my belief’s, truth and feelings.

Fuck Islam, fuck Muslims, fuck Muhammad, fuck Allah, fuck Obama.

Please re-post and take this video viral, as if your life and children’s lives depended on it as it does!

http://www.answeringmuslims.com/p/jihad.html
Jihad proceeds in stages. Stage One: Stealth Jihad. Stage Two: Defensive Jihad. Stage Three: Offensive Jihad.

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11 Responses to Three Stages of Jihad

  1. Citizen Tom says:

    Oh!!! Almost forgot.

    God bless you in 2012, and Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Citizen Tom says:

    Bob A.

    Very interesting video. Thank you. Because it requires a huge conspiracy lasting for centuries, I am not sure I entirely agree, but the history of violence is what it is. And we do have other examples in Nazism and Communism. In addition, with a string of excuses explaining how their neighbors started the war, the Romans methodically conquered their neighbors.

    Genghis Khan? Well, he did not seem care much about excuses. I guess it is “civilized” men who think we need an excuse to murder our neighbors.

    Here is an aside with some friendly advice. The insults are really quite undignified. Ironically, I suspect they make you sound quite savage to peaceful Muslims. When you are condemning radical Muslims for their savagery, are you sure that is a good idea? Anyway, if you stop the insults and the vulgarity, I suspect more people will take you seriously.

    Here is a question for you. One thing I am curious about is the rationale Muslims use to justify Islam as the religion of peace (stage 1 in the video). If you can read the Quran, stage 0 looks decidedly ignorant. So how do educated American Muslims justify believing the Quran is the Word of God yet still expect their neighbors not to be alarmed? We can read too.

    Apparently, there is such a rationale. You may find this interesting.
    [audio src="http://www.wava.net//dks/audio/2011-12-29_DKS_Hour_01.mp3" /]

    The file is from the The Don Kroah Show, a talk radio show on a Christian station in my area.
    http://www.wava.com/LocalHosts/7/

    At the beginning of a book interview with James C. Denison, Ph.D, Don Kroah gets him to briefly explain that jihad against nonMuslims is only contained in the latter (when put in chronological order) suras in the Quran. For some reason those suras do not apply today. Why Denison did not explain. That left me rather baffled, but I guess it is a hook to buy the book.

    Just in case you are curious, here is Denison’s website.
    http://www.denisonforum.org/

    I am curious as to what you think of Denison’s rationale, and I wonder if you know some web sites that either defend or debunk the theory.

    Thanks in advance.

    • boudicabpi says:

      I can agree on the vulgarity I included however that is exactly how I feel about Islam, Muslims and Obama. I Disagree on moderate Muslims. Islam is extreme and IMO anyone following Islam that doesn’t openly condemn Islam for what it is, is not moderate. But then again if they condemned what Islam stands for they wouldn’t be Muslims would they.
      Bob A.

      • Citizen Tom says:

        Bob A.

        The problem with vulgar language is that it does not communicate well. Language that is vulgar is not designed to communicate; it’s purpose is to wound.

        Here is the word’s origin.

        vulgar
        late 14c., “common, ordinary,” from L. vulgaris “of or pertaining to the common people, common, vulgar,” from vulgus “the common people, multitude, crowd, throng,” from PIE base *wel- “to crowd, throng” (cf. Skt. vargah “division, group,” Gk. eilein “to press, throng,” M.Bret. gwal’ch “abundance,” Welsh gwala “sufficiency, enough”). Meaning “coarse, low, ill-bred” is first recorded 1640s, probably from earlier use (with reference to people) with meaning “belonging to the ordinary class” (1530). Vulgarian “rich person of vulgar manners” is recorded from 1804.

        Because the uneducated have not be taught communicate less effectively, the wealthy ridiculed those with poor communication skills as vulgar. Thus, when the educated have no intention of communicating anything but their dislike, they use vulgarities.

        When we speak of Islam, we speak of an ideology. We can rightly mourn those who believe that what Islam says about God is true, but we cannot rightly judge them. We have neither the wisdom nor the right.

        We can try to empathize. Since we are talking about a religion created in the 7th century, we can safely assume most of its adherents were born to Muslim parents. Just as we would, they believe because they do not know any better.

        We can try to reduce their ignorance. We can teach them the Bible. The reward? What we teach we first have to learn.

        Finally, we can protect ourselves. However, to protect ourselves effectively requires a clear vision. When we allow ourselves to be filled with anger, we half blind ourselves; we see only that portion of the full spectrum available to us. Why? When we are angry, we can only see red.

        • JC says:

          Tom no disrepect intended here but you cannot reason with anyone who’s been told from birth onward that their only purpose is to kill as many infidels as possible so that they can be elevated in paradise. It is against sharia to possess a Bible in a country where islam/sharia is the law. So the teaching of the Messiah, and His message, is therefore also against sharia. You cannot reason with someone who possesses no reasoning skills…islam does not allow for reason. It cannot stand the light of examination and questioning.

        • boudicabpi says:

          Tom,
          Constructive criticism always appreciated. Islam IMO needs to feel wounded. Yes I sometimes purposely try to start a fire fight. Prior to doing that I had no lack of threats by Muslims or those posing as Muslims and turned more aggressive in response. You are always more calm and versed in words than am I. Thank you my friend.
          Bob

          • boudicabpi says:

            Interesting Tom,
            Newt Gingrich’s speech tonight after the Iowa caucus kind of mirrored your advice on my being vulgar at times, not that one had anything to do with the other. I could temper at times but may still go off. Take care my friend.
            Bob

  3. cmblake6 says:

    But, pisslam and jihad are extremely offensive from the very beginning! :roll:

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