Some of the organizations that are currently working diligently within the United States on the ultimate goal of turning the nation into the North American Caliphate are: CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations); American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee; American Muslim Council; Arab American Institute; Islamic Information Center; Muslim Public Affairs Council; Muslim American Society, to mention just a few of the Islamic propaganda groups extant in the United States today. Add on to this list, the Muslim Brotherhood, with whom Barack Hussein Obama has surrounded himself, and whose members stroll in and out of the White House on a daily basis. Thank Huma Abedin and Valerie Jarrett for that open calling card to inflict Islamic Jihad/creeping Shari’ah on the United States.
In the following piece from David Horowitz’s FrontPage Magazine, author and freedom-fighter Raymond Ibrahim continues his exposition of the roots of the Qur’an, and how its unambiguous ramblings allow so much killing and maiming to be accomplished in the name of Allah, the Moon god of Mecca. Study to show thyself approved unto God from 2 Timothy 2:15 has never been more truthfully stated in the context of preparing adequate defenses against a violent and hideous ideology. Raymond Ibrahim is to be forever congratulated for consistently exposing the truth about the content of this so-called “holy book.” No wonder none of these phoney Islamic front group leaders ever wish to debate him. They cannot pull the wool over his eyes like they do our naïve leaders, and thanks to him and other patriots like him, they cannot deceive yours truly either.
Mr. Ibrahim takes us on the journey through Islamic Jihad/creeping Shari’ah…
While other scriptures contain contradictions, the Koran is the only holy book whose commentators have evolved a doctrine to account for the very visible shifts which occur from one injunction to another. No careful reader will remain unaware of the many contradictory verses in the Koran, most specifically the way in which peaceful and tolerant verses lie almost side by side with violent and intolerant ones. The ulema were initially baffled as to which verses to codify into the Shari’a worldview—the one that states there is no coercion in religion (2:256), or the ones that command believers to fight all non-Muslims till they either convert, or at least submit, to Islam (8:39, 9:5, 9:29). To get out of this quandary, the commentators developed the doctrine of abrogation, which essentially maintains that verses revealed later in Muhammad’s career take precedence over earlier ones whenever there is a discrepancy. In order to document which verses abrogated which, a religious science devoted to the chronology of the Koran’s verses evolved (known as an-Nasikh wa’l Mansukh, the abrogater and the abrogated).