Wednesday, December 09, 2015
What is the Truth About Muslims in America?
It seems to me that few posters on Trump's statement about
Muslims are ready and willing to ask truly fundamental questions about Islam:
Do American Muslims sigh up to all the necessary provisions of the Koran? Does
the Koran require their adherents to perform jihad when called upon to do so? Would
they? Do Muslims in America believe in the many jihad statements, around 127,
in the Koran? Do they believe in the ultimate triumph of Islam and a world
Caliphate or not? Do they believe in the abrogated Suras? Do they believe in
the remainder of the Koran? Do these posters realize that the Hadith states
that Muslims living in foreign nations must remain loyal to Islam or be
considered apostates and subject to being killed? Do American Muslims believe
that they are permitted by the Koran to lie, cheat, steal, and even murder
infidels without any Islamic penalty?
Further, the Hadith states that Muslims can adapt to the
foreign nation's laws and culture while being internally loyal to Islam, but
they must be ready and willing to perform jihad when called upon to do so by
Islamic leaders, or risk apostasy and death. Do American Muslims believe this
too? Are American Muslims ultimately willing to subjugate or kill infidels here
in the US, when their strength in numbers is sufficient? Do we recognize that
Muslims adhere to a belief in Islam as both a religion, and a government, and a
way of life? Is that true of American Muslims?
This supports the fact that you cannot examine most American
Muslims, or any Muslim immigrant or visitor, and determine their true loyalty
to the US, democracy, and freedom, as opposed to Islam. Their religion permits
them to lie to infidels. It also supports the idea that there is a risk of
significant proportions in allowing numbers of Muslims to enter the US, either
as visitors or as immigrants, and it raises suspicion that the current and
growing Muslim population in the US poses a similar threat of ultimate jihad
against infidels when the time is right later on according to foreign Islamic
leaders--even 20 or 30 years from now. as their numbers grow.
A clear and definitive answer to these crucial questions,
driven by the Koran, is missing in the meta dialogue about Islam and Muslims in
the US today. I would be very grateful to anyone that can totally and factually
refute these provisions of the Koran and the Hadith for Muslims in America. This
is not a question of bigotry, but simply an honest question of whither Islam in America, and what to do
with true answers, if anything.