Sunday, 21 April 2013

"Slay and are Slain" for Promised Paradise "

So let those fight in the name of Allah ...

http://schnellmann.org/counterjihad.html
Bukhari Book 46, No. 694 'I asked the Prophet, "What is the best deed?" He replied, "To believe in Allah and to fight for His Cause." ...' Book 52, No. 50, 51 53 "... except the MARTYR who, on seeing the SUPERIORITY OF MARYRDOM, would like to come back to the world and get killed again (in Allah's Cause)." No. 72 "... Whoever amongst us is KILLED (as a MARTYR, "Mujahid") WILL GO TO PARADISE" 9:111 "slay and are slain" for promised paradise "... that is the achievement supreme." ... which fulfills 9:5 + 9:29
http://www.usc.edu/org/cmje/religious-texts/quran/verses/009-qmt.php#009.111


An Islamist Declaration of War Against Christianity

St. Mark's Cathedral in central Cairo.
While it is easy to confuse the recent jihadi attack on Egypt’s St. Mark Cathedral in Cairo as just more of the usual, this attack has great symbolic significance, and in many ways bodes great evil for Egypt’s millions of Christians.
Consider some facts: St. Mark Cathedral—named after the author of the Gospel of the same name who brought Christianity to Egypt some 600 years before Amr bin al-As brought Islam by the sword—is not simply “just another” Coptic church to be attacked and/or set aflame by a Muslim mob (see my forthcoming book, Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians, for a comprehensive idea of past and present Muslim attacks on Coptic churches). Instead, it is considered the most sacred building for millions of Christians around the world—above and beyond the many millions of Copts in and out of Egypt. As the only apostolic see in the entire continent of Africa, its significance and evangelizing mission extends to the whole continent, including nations such as Sudan, Ethiopia, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria, to name just a few. As an apostolic see—the actual seat of an apostle of Christ—the cathedral further possesses historical significance for Christianity in general.
In short, Muslim mobs—aided and abetted by the state of Egypt under Muslim Brotherhood tutelage—did not merely attack yet one more Coptic church, but rather committed an act of war against all Christianity. Such an open attack on a Christian center which holds symbolic and historic significance for all.

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