Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Is Islam The Religion of Peace ... or ... just Hatred?

Have You Ever Wondered? ...
Why there are so few Muslim Charities and Relief Agencies?
Here's a wiki list of Christian Charities:
Wikipedia 
Now, here's a wiki list of Muslim Charities:
Wikipedia  ... Is it just me or does it seem that the charities only offer relief in Muslim countries? ... hmmm?

Hmmm? ... I Wonder If This Is just an Unfortunate Coincidence or ...?
Hmmm? ... I Wonder, ... Could It Possibly Be That Islam Preaches That Non-Muslims Should NOT be Offered Charity?

Perhaps this offering will shed a little light  ... The Religion of Peace

But How Can This Be? ...
I Mean, ... Surely The Holy Teachings Don't Incite Hatred and Enmity, ... Do They?
I Mean, ... If So, ... That's Hate Speech, ... Isn't It?
I Mean, ... That's Illegal, ... Isn't It?

Is the Quran Hate Propaganda?
The Religion of Peace
What the Holiest Book of Islam Really says about Non-Muslims

On September 25, 2002, a group of armed Islamists in Karachi, Pakistan entered the office of a Christian charity, tied seven workers to chairs and then brutally murdered them.  According to Muslim witnesses, the Muslims "showed no haste. They took a good 15 minutes in segregating the Christians and making sure that each one of their targets received the most horrific death."

The killing of non-Muslim humanitarian workers by devout followers of Islam occurs quite often. While there is rarely any celebration on the part of other Muslims, neither is there much outrage expressed by a community renowned for its peevishness.

While rumors of a Quran desecration or a Muhammad cartoon bring out deadly protests, riots, arson and effigy-burnings, the mass murder of non-Muslims generally evokes yawns. In the eleven years following 9/11 nearly 20,000 acts of deadly Islamic terrorism were perpetrated, yet all of them together fail to provoke the sort of outrage on the part of most Muslims that the mere mention of Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo inspires.

This critical absence of moral perspective puzzles many Westerners, particularly those trying to reconcile this reality with the politically-correct assumption that Islam is like other religion.  The Judeo-Christian tradition preaches universal love and unselfishness, so it is expected that the more devout Muslims would be the most peaceful and least dangerous... provided that Islam is based on the same principles.

But beneath the rosy assurances from Muslim apologists that Islam is about peace and tolerance lies a much darker reality that better explains the violence and deeply-rooted indifference.  Quite simply, the Quran teaches supremacy, hatred and hostility.

Consider the elements that define hate speech:

Drawing a distinction between one’s own identity group and those outside it
Moral comparison based on this distinction
Devaluation or dehumanization of other groups and the personal superiority of one's own
The advocating of different standards of treatment based on identity group membership
A call to violence against members of other groups
Sadly, and despite the best intentions of many decent people who are Muslim, the Quran qualifies as hate speech on each count.

The holiest book of Islam (61% of which is about non-Muslims) draws the sharpest of distinctions between Muslims (the best of people, 3:110) and non-believers (the worst of creatures, 98:6).  Praise is lavished on the former while the latter is condemned with scorching generalization.  Far from teaching universal love, the Quran incessantly preaches the inferiority of non-Muslims, even comparing them to vile animals and gloating over Allah's hatred of them and his dark plans for their eternal torture.  Naturally, the harsh treatment of non-believers by Muslims is encouraged as well.
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