Every organization has a mission or a mission statement with a goal in mind. It works day and night to reach its ultimate target. Think of Islam as an organization (not just another religion) with an ambitious mission. What is that ambition? you might ask.
While our fellow Americans are snoozing, or at least not as active or proactive as their counterparts, Muslims never deviate and never stop pursuing their goal of world domination. They place their primary focus on non-Islamic lands – in this case, Europe and the United States.
Knowing Islam intimately, please allow me to assure you that to Muslims, the goal is everything. Let’s call it “religious fascism.” Islam condones any and all means to achieve its goal. The ultimate objective of Islam is the rule of the entire world under the Islamic Ummah – never mind that these life-in-hand soldiers of Allah disagree with one another regarding the Ummah itself and who is to reign over it. That’s a “family dispute” that they will resolve by their usual favorite method: brute force.
Like any organization and sub-organization, conflict exists within Islam. Muslims do disagree with one another on several issues. Each Islamic sect believes that it has the Prophet and Allah on its side and will prevail over the other. For now, they should work diligently to achieve the intermediary goal of defeating all non-believers. There are countless instances that substantiate Muslims’ “ends justifies the means” guiding principle. This policy dates to Muhammad himself.
Muhammad repeatedly made peace covenants with his adversaries, only to violate them as soon as he was in an advantageous position. Betrayal, deception, and outright lies are fully condoned in furthering the work of Islam. In the present-day world, the work of Islam is defined by an entrenched and influential clergy who issue fatwas – rulings – that become directives and laws to the faithful.
As an example, Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of the Iranian Islamic state, made extensive use of the fatwa. Widely known in the west is Khomeini’s fatwa condemning Salman Rushdie to death for his book The Satanic Verses. A less known fatwa of Khomeini during the last Iran-Iraq War led to the slaughter of thousands of Iranian children. Children, nearly all under 15 years of age, were given plastic “keys to paradise” as they were commanded by the fatwa of Khomeini to rush forward to clear minefields for the tanks to follow. The Islamic murderers, in obedience to the fatwa of a bloodthirsty man of Allah, had no problem in deceiving the clueless lads with made-in-China plastic keys to paradise.
Such is the existential threat of Islam. It is a rigid Stone-Age controlling system with a stranglehold over many of nearly one and a half billion people under its command.
A dangerous feature of the fascistic personality is the relative lack of independent thought. This deficiency makes the person highly amenable to manipulation. Islam, by its rigidly authoritarian makeup, robs a Muslim of independent thought to the extent the believer blindly adopts it as his infallible system of belief. Hence, the ideology of Islam is guilty of conditioning masses of people as easily manipulated instruments in the hands of influential figures.
One of the greatest subtle, yet important differences between the Muslim’s thinking and that of the people in the West is the extent to which Muslims are fatalistic. There is hardly a statement that a Muslim makes without being conditional – conditional on the will of Allah. “I shall see you tomorrow, Allah willing”; “You will make it home, Allah willing”; “Things will work out, Allah willing”; and on and on and on. To the Muslim, Allah is on the job – on every job. Allah, with his invisible mighty hand, literally does run everything. “Allah’s hand is above all other hands” adorns every imaginable space in Islamic lands – a telling point about the Muslim’s fatalism and submission to the omnipotent, omnipresent hand. If something happens, it is Allah’s will. If it doesn’t, it is Allah’s will. The rank-and-file Muslim has little will of his own. It absolves him of any and all responsibility. This mentality is in stark contrast with the “take charge” and “can do” mental characteristics of Americans and others.
Reported by: USA Network