Tuesday, January 7, 2014

No Reform For Islam

Islam not Religion of Peace
Below is a short essay by Justin Smith to the impossibility of reforming Islam into an actual Religion of Peace. I usually do a little intro to Justin’s essay however in his email sending the essay he introduced it to me. So I am going with the Justin Smith intro followed by the essay.

JRH 1/7/14
Although I've always held out hope...very little hope...that the Muslim communities around the world would one day begin the hard work of real reforms within their belief system, especially when the modern era has made so much technology and information available to even the poorest among them, I think that it should be beyond obvious to the Western world and America... the civilized world...that such reforms are not within the realm of Islam, largely because of the system itself, the various fatwas and doctrine within Sharia law and the leadership hierarchy itself.

The following piece is an attempt to pull much of this together in just a short synopsis; it would take volumes to address this topic more properly. I hope You and others find this of worth and interest.

Justin O. Smith email introduction
No Reform For Islam

By Justin O. Smith
Sent: 1/7/2014 10:48 AM

During the past few years, I have often stated the need for Muslims to reform Islam, in the same manner of Judaism and Christianity, even though I knew that Islam is incapable of reforming itself. Other experts and activists, such as Irshad Manji, Hirsi Ali and Wafa Sultan, have suggested that the reform of Islam should be directed towards secularism; however, to date, the only successful reform, led by imams and mullahs, has been a regressive return to the type of violence, increased terrorism and military conquests, once seen only at the height of Islamic power when Abd al-Rahman and his Islamic army were repelled from the Gates of France in 732 AD [ brief description of defeat of the Muslim invaders] by the Christian forces and their leader, Charles "the Hammer" Martel.

Two days before Christmas,
fourteen people were killed and 120 wounded, as an explosion, felt in areas fifteen miles away, ripped through police headquarters in Mansoura, Egypt. Just days before New Year's Day 2014, bombs erupted in Volgograd, Russia in the main railway station and on a trolley bus on the 29th and 30th of December, which killed 34 people and wounded sixty. The common link between these two cases and 99% of the terrorist acts worldwide is Islam.

One should note the book 'al Islam wa usul al-hukm'- Islam and Bases of Power by Ali Abd al-Razia (1888-1966), which argued that modern Egypt should sever its connection to Islam altogether. Razia concluded that the caliphate is not mentioned in the Koran and Mohammed had not been the head of a state in the 20th century sense, so Egyptians were supposedly free to implement a European-style secular government.

Nazra Quraishi, a Michigan kindergarten teacher, stated in 'The Lansing State Journal' (July 5, 2006) that one "can embrace Islam but cannot get out." If Islam is a "religion"/ideology one can only convert to and not leave upon choosing so, then it is a threat to every free person on the planet; this cuts to the core principle of any democratic state. "Radical Islam has come to mock the very principle of nationality and citizenship," wrote Fouad Ajami.

There are not any moderate Muslims, only apostates, because a moderate Islam does not exist...a Catch-22 of sorts. In order to create a changed or reformed ideology, Muslims would have to confront their leaders. Muslims would have to stand against men like Shaker Elsayed, leader of Dar al-Hijrah - one of America's largest mosques in Falls Church, VA,
who was espousing the virtues of violent jihad in February 2013 and stated that "The call to reform Islam is an alien call."

Islam is the fastest growing ideology__"religion"__in Europe and North America, in large part, due to the "Trojan Horse" of immigration, so brilliantly detailed by the late, great Oriana Fallaci, and the extraordinary high rate of procreation within Muslim populations. It has become more radicalized and fierce due to Saudi Arabian advocacy and financial support for Islam's extreme Wahhabi sect, and the majority of its followers identify themselves with a pan-Islamic community that transcends borders.

Today in America, many Muslim leaders are in agreement with the ideas of British
Muslim leader Anjem Choudary, as they praise the 9/11 terrorists and call for Sharia law in the U.S., and they claim that "The United States belongs to Allah." One such leader, Muzammil Siddiqi is associated with Hamas terrorists and the Islamic Center of Washington, DC, and during an October 2000 rally near the White House, he blamed the U.S. for the Palestinian situation and warned "the wrath of God will come."

Although smooth talking Saudi princes dismissed the fact that Princess Haifa
"accidently" funded the 9/11/01 murderers and terrorists through an intermediary, Majed Ibrahim, as "coincidence", it is now all too apparent that Saudi hands were involved in the Boston Marathon Bombing. Abdul al-Harbi was quickly spirited away by Saudi diplomats, after he progressed from a "suspect" in the attack to "a person of interest" to "innocent" within a week. Ominously, it becomes clear that a terrorist was allowed to escape by U.S "authorities", once one discovers that six of his relatives, such as Badr and Khalid al-Harbi, actively fought for Al Qaeda and three more__Salim, Majid and Muhammed al-Harbi__ are currently in Gitmo prison.

Does anyone really think that a "religion"__that Islam__ that
produces men who will eat the heart of an enemy (see Syria 2013), draw and quarter American contractors and hang them over the Euphrates River, or kill nearly 300 school children in Beslan, Russia (September 2004) in the name of Allah, here and now, in the 21st century, will ever reform itself?

Currently and confirmed by then-Representative Sue Myrick (R-NC) in 2010, Iran's terrorist arm,
Hezbollah, is building a power base in Mexico, along with Al Qaeda, and it is training Mexican drug cartels in the use of explosives. In 2010, a drug cartel detonated a car bomb for the first time in Ciudad, Juarez.
In 2011, Roger Noreiga
, former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, gave a clear and urgent warning: "If our government and responsible parties fail to act...there will be an attack on U.S. personnel. Installations or interests in the Americas, as soon as Hezbollah operatives believe that they are capable of such an operation without implicating their Iranian sponsors in crime."

How many Muslims have forced jihadist imams from their mosques? How many Muslim parents are prepared to say that they came to our nation to raise their children as loyal Americans, not Saudis, Iranian or Palestinian and such?

Whether the islamoNazis attack us from their enormous fear of Ataturk's 1922 brand of secularism, which they claimed would destroy Islam, or simply because America is predominantly a Christian nation and they hate our principles and ideas on freedom, they still attack; they are not remotely considering reform. As Hussein Massawi, former Hezbollah leader, stated: "We are not fighting so that you will give us something. We are fighting to eliminate you (the infidels).

The sweet dream of world peace and "coexistence" has been replaced by the nightmare of permanent conflict. Bomb us and the Left-wing media agonizes over the "root causes". Shoot up Ft Hood or detonate a few bombs in Boston and our community-organizer-in-chief Obama rushes to the nearest mosque to declare "Islam is a religion of peace." Murder a school full of children, and our academics join Ossama Bahloul, imam of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, and Jamal al-Badawi, in explaining that to the vast majority of Muslims "jihad" is a harmless concept surrounding personal struggle: This resurgent Islam will not be stopped by a few new laws or outreach to the ummah, but by firm resolve and tough action across the board in all areas of U.S. policy.

By Justin O Smith
Edited by John R. Houk
All explanatory links submitted by Editor
© Justin O. Smith

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