Read this while it is still possible and legal to do so. Then we can talk. I have read a lot about Islam, and this has the ring of truth about it.
Another dualistic aspect of Islam is its ethics. Oneof the chief features of Islam is the doctrine of the kafir. It treats them dreadfully and horribly. No one would ever want to be treated as a kafir is treated in the Trilogy. This leads us to the Golden Rule. There is no Golden Rule in Islam because of the division of humanity into believer and kafir. The Golden Rule is to treat ALL people as you would be treated. Since no one wants be treated like a kafir, and the kafir is so central to Islamic doctrine, it proves that Islam has no Golden Rule. Islam has one set of rules for Muslims and another set of rules for kafirs. This is dualistic ethics.
I think there is a close parallel between the time it took to understand Communism in North America and the time it is taking to understand Islam. Mostly the incomprehension takes the form of: “They don’t seriously believe that!, They can’t you’re just making it up”. It took a while for people to realize what Communism was. After World War II, anti-communist refugees from Eastern Europe were treated in polite society as fanatics, trouble-makers, fascists, and maybe some of them were. But the reality of Communism eventually made itself manifest, despite the fellow-travelers, the official and underground Communist parties, the infiltration of the organs of state, the agents of influence, and the progressives, and the bland assumption of the elites that only the rednecks needed to be worried about.
The same process is underway now and here. It will take time and it will involve almost surely “McCarthyism”, which is just a leftist term for the populist reaction against the Communist infiltration of the organs of government that was then going on. The Islamic infiltration is underway, and will be rooted out in twenty or thirty years.
Islam is not a religion; it is essentially a totalitarian political ideology that incidentally talks a lot about God.