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usgoosht
... 'its brutal interpretation of Islam ...'

Incidentally, exactly the interpretation of Mohammed at the end of his life. And so, because of abrogation, the true form of the cult of Islam.

And this is supported by the recognized historical scholars of the cult and the history of the cult. comment by usgoosht on Teenage brides trapped between Islamic State and its victors Apr 14, 2019 03:14 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
Members of the cult are proud of this killing of non-Muslims. That is why Saudi Arabia has a sword on their flag, to represent the sword verse, 'kill, enslave, or forcibly convert the unbeliever'.

And also why the image of mounted warriors is so popular among Muslims, especially in the middle east. These represent Mohammed, who was also a killer, and his companions, the killers who supported him (I call them death eaters).

A Muslim historian wrote that Mahmud of Ghazni, the warlord who began the cult invasion of the Indian subcontinent, took as his calling the 'holy warrior'. In most religions this would mean a monk, but in the cult it is literally a warrior, a killer.

And he is praised by Muslims, and Mahmud is a very popular name among them.

This is not a religion. It is fascism masquerading as a religion. comment by usgoosht on Quebec proposes ban on religious clothing for public workers Apr 14, 2019 03:02 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
Members of the cult will proclaim themselves to be '0peaceful and tolerant', and that is nice, but it is irrelevant. The cult is a static system that can't be changed, and it is defined by the Koran and the hadith. Those have hatred and contempt for, intolerance of, and incitement to violence against non-members of the cult.

Imagine if I started a religion, and said my god approved of people who killed Muslims, and that killing Muslims gives them a better chance of getting to paradise after death. Would that be tolerant? Would that be peaceful? Would members of the cult of Islam defend that? Could that be called religion?

Yet, that is exactly what the Koran says about non-Muslims and Muslims, except it praises Muslims who kill non-Muslims.

Why do we allow the cult of Islam to be called a religion, as long as it contains such hatred? comment by usgoosht on Quebec proposes ban on religious clothing for public workers Apr 14, 2019 02:53 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
...“This hate was manufactured. This hate did not come by accident,” he said.

Right, it is happening because people are becoming aware of the true nature of the cult of Islam. The true members of the cult, the jihadis, have demonstrated that nature. The hatred in the Koran is there to see for anyone who reads it (read a chronological version, so it is clear what abrogation has made dominant).

So yes, the hatred is manufactured, by Mohammed and the book of hatred he created, and the actions of members of the cult throughout history. comment by usgoosht on Quebec proposes ban on religious clothing for public workers Apr 14, 2019 02:47 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
For a true perspective on the cult of Islam one need only speak to an ex-member in one of the civilized countries of the world. These are people who were in the belly of the beast, and given the freedom to do so, rejected it. They know the truth about the cult; they have been threatened and even attacked for speaking out. There are millions oppressed by the fascism of the cult in countries where the cult has dominance who can only dream of freedom.

Perhaps Ms Omar can address their concerns, both domestically, and internationally. An international tour of countries where the cult of Islam is dominant touting freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and individual rights would be a great step, and an indication she really means her words. comment by usgoosht on Ilhan Omar: how Democrats responded to Trump's 9/11 attack Apr 14, 2019 02:39 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
Ms Omar might even believe her rhetoric. But, she wears the slave cloth, so she agrees that the Koran (the book of hate) is the word of Allah, and thus a command to her.

Mohammed's final message regarding the treatment of non-Muslims by members of the cult of Islam in that book is, paraphrased, 'kill, enslave, or forcibly convert the unbeliever'.

There is no question about how that has been viewed historically, and how the members of the cult have responded. It is a point of record that this is overwhelmingly viewed as being true by cult of Islam scholars (actually zealots rather than scholars) throughout the history of the cult. It is a point of record that members of the cult of Islam have continuously acted upon that command.

As far as supporting the constitution, the cult of Islam does not recognize freedom of religion, and does not recognize freedom of speech. Nor does it recognize individual rights, the cult is supreme.

Any member of the cult who swears to uphold the constitution of the US as a member of congress is perjuring him or her self.

Is is as impossible for a member of the cult to swear that oath truthfully as it is to stand and sit at the same time. comment by usgoosht on Ilhan Omar: how Democrats responded to Trump's 9/11 attack Apr 14, 2019 02:31 AM [GMT]
usgoosht
The cult of Islam; can't live with it, can thrive without it. comment by usgoosht on Suicide bombing at open-air market in Pakistan kills 20 Apr 12, 2019 10:33 PM [GMT]
usgoosht
Just following the example and guidance of Mohammed; kill the apostate.

The cult of Islam is no valid religion. comment by usgoosht on Suicide bombing at open-air market in Pakistan kills 20 Apr 12, 2019 10:28 PM [GMT]
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See how easy it is for the cult of Islam to go from peaceful and tolerant, to being in accord with its scriptures, violent and intolerant. comment by usgoosht on Its dangerous to go out now: young, gay and scared in Brunei Apr 7, 2019 6:24 PM [GMT]
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These aren't draconian new laws, just enforcement of the laws of the cult of Islam. Ain't sharia grand! comment by usgoosht on Its dangerous to go out now: young, gay and scared in Brunei Apr 7, 2019 6:23 PM [GMT]

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