in case you are in any doubt they mean it

Read the interview with a spokesman for ISIS.

 

Abu Sattar: A Muslim is a person who follows Allah’s laws without question. Sharia is our law. No interpretation is needed, nor are laws made by men. Allah is the only lawmaker. We have determined that there are plenty of people, in Germany too, who perceive the emptiness of the modern world and who yearn for values of the kind embodied by Islam. Those who are opposed to Sharia are not Muslims. We talk to the people who come to us and evaluate on the basis of dialogue how deep their faith is.

Abu Sattar: We are following Allah’s word. We believe that humanity’s only duty is to honor Allah and his prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. We are implementing what is written in the Koran. If we manage to do so, then of course it will be a success.

Abu Sattar: Democracy is for infidels. A real Muslim is not a democrat because he doesn’t care about the opinions of majorities and minorities don’t interest him. He is only interested in what Islam says. Furthermore, democracy is a hegemonic tool of the West and contrary to Islam. Why do you act as though the entire world needs democracy? And when it comes to homosexuality, the issue is clearly dealt with by the Koran. It says it is forbidden and should be punished.

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Alain

The man is honest and speaks the truth contrary to all the non Muslim apologists, especially the socialists but also including every single Western head of state whatever the political stripe. I have no time nor tolerance for those peddling the lie that Islam is a religion of peace and that there is only a small minority of “radicals”. If that were so we would be seeing mass demonstrations by Muslims living in Western countries against honour killings, anti-Semitism, oppression of women, intolerance of other faiths and terrorism in the name of allah.

dalwhinnie

We are only concerned with the acts of a person, not what goes on in their mind. All straying from this fundamental concept gets us into thoughtcrime, or heresy, which is the ancient name for thoughtcrime. We have been there in centuries before the Reformation and do not wish to return to either version of action-less crime.

Alain

I totally agree. Actions always speak louder than words, which is why those trying to claim that the Koran says this and not that means nothing. However the fact that daily in every place on the globe where violence is happening, one cannot help but note that in 99% of the cases the violence is caused by Muslims. Be the country traditionally Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu or anything else, how does one explain away the Muslim cause?

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