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Prophet of Peace?

Submitted by dr, Jun 3, 2015 23:16

I have a hard time accepting that the "Prophet" Muhammed was a prophet of peace when in reading up on the history of Islam it paints a very different picture. My religion teaches us to love thy neighbors as you would yourself, the Koran teaches to kill all infidels who do not believe in Islam. Whereas my religion is peaceful yours is violent and has a desire to kill based on the book in which you believe. No Thanks! We don't need Sharia Law in America. If you desire to have Sharia Law then move back to your own country and stop trying to shove your religion down peoples throats who do not want it here! Sharia has no room in the USA. Our Religion and Constitution is what we live by and I suggest you incorporate your lifestyle to abide by our Constitution and our laws.


Christian Terrorist Killed 150 innocents

Mar 28, 2015 01:43

We do not know and do not care what ICNA is going to do in the future, but we do know that a Christian pilot killed 150 innocents, and we also know that another Christian sprayed on two airport security force member and ran after another to kill her.

You are talking about ICNA while forgetting Christian are terrorizing others, you are keeping a blind eye fooling no one but yourself.


You Are Naive

Nov 14, 2012 20:14

Each one of you posters who claim this article has no basis are very naive. I suggest you do a study of the history of Islam, and then reread the article, and you will certainly see it in a different light. The Islamist have one goal...to impose Islam in every single country of the world. Read the Koran. Study it. It is your enemy even if you don't practice a religion. Even if you don't believe in God.



Submitted by Amused Atheist, Apr 15, 2011 14:07

Lieberman stated

"This article makes several bold claims without actually substantiating them with evidence"

Then states

"Atheists strive to spread the word and their ultimate goal is to see a world without God."



ICNA's Action Plan

Submitted by mareli, Mar 21, 2011 22:18

I have read the handbook, which is directed at women. It provides detailed, specific instructions and recommendations for spreading the faith and nourishing one's own. The list of recommended reading is straight out of Muslim Brotherhood type Islam, with authors like Hassan al-Banna, Ala Maududi, al-Tantawi, ibn Tamiyya, Yusuf al Qaradawi, Shamim Siddiqi, and In the Shade of the Koran (which I believe Said Qutb wrote), and the recruitment/retainment strategy seems cultic with its strict organization, buddy systems, and indoctrination sessions. I think there is cause for concern for our secular society should this sort of organized religious activity become widespread. This goes for religious organization of fundamentalist Christians, too, who are no friends of church-state separation.

Thank you for providing this information.


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