A little less than every five hours, somewhere around the world a Muslim is carrying out a fatal jihadist attack. But religion-oriented attacks in which someone dies at the hand of a member of the”religion of peace.” As of today, the total was 20,022. Some 1,800 deadly Muslim terror attacks happen each year, amounting to about 150 a month and five a day.
Glen Roberts, a pseudonym, is to put the level of violence being inflicted by Muslims in perspective. “I started watching [the Council on American-Islamic Relations] in the months after 9/11,” said Roberts, “and I was astonished by the self-absorption. Each day people are maimed and killed explicitly in the name of Islam while this organization complains about headscarves and hurt feelings. TheReligionofPeace.com is meant to drive home the message that Islam is not like other religion,” he said. “It is openly supremacist and more vulnerable to violent interpretations. When one religion inspires over 1,500 faith-motivated acts of violence each year while other religions contribute practically none, then it should be obvious that there are unique problems.
Islam continues to be “an open threat” to Western liberal values, including freedom of conscience. “There is already pressure against free speech rights, particularly in Europe. “Judging by the one-way flow of immigration, even Muslims find Islamic countries less livable, particularly when Islamic immigrants as a group are the most notoriously resistant to integration and acceptance of Western values?”
He said Muslims in the West who say that Islam is a religion of peace are generally sincere. They convince themselves and others that Islam is really just the Judeo-Christian value system an Arabic vocabulary.” “On a week in which two suicide bombers slaughtered over 54 Christian and Druze and Sunni extremists massacred nearly 200 Shiites in Iraq.
The Quran has at least 109 verses that “call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islamic rule.” “Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah.”
The site says there are 10 reasons Islam is not a “religion of peace.” One is the thousands of terror acts committed in the name of Islam, while acts committed in the names of other religions have been minimal. More people are killed by Muslim terrorists each year than in all 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition. The daily Muslim terror toll is more than the Ku Klux Klan killed in 50 years. Muhammad, meanwhile, “had people killed for insulting him or for criticizing his religion,” To this day, not a week goes by that Islamic fundamentalists do not attempt to kill Christians, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists explicitly in the name of Allah,” Attacks have been documented in the U.S., Iraq, India, Sudan, Algeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Israel, Russia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, England, Thailand, Spain, Egypt, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Denmark, Germany, Canada and more than 60 other nations In one recent week, Nov. 24-30, there were 53 jihad attacks resulting in 272 dead bodies and 743 with injuries.
MORSI— The Egyptian people have traded a more secular autocrat for an Islamist dictator. Banning all challenges to his decrees, laws and decisions. The decree stated: “The president can issue any decision or measure to protect the revolution. … The constitutional declarations, decisions and laws issued by the president are final and not subject to appeal.” The decree also stated that the courts have no authority to dissolve the country’s Constituent Assembly. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in many ways has modeled itself after Turkey’s Islamist political party.
The Muslim Brotherhood ironically named its political party “The Freedom and Justice Party.” Over the past 10 years, Turkey’s Erdogan has systematically dismantled the most well-established secular form of government in the Middle East, all in the name of “democracy.” The next significant step in Erdogan’s plan to ensconce himself as Turkey’s absolute ruler will come in 2014, when his present term as prime minister will come to an end. Already in the works are Erdogan’s plans to radically alter Turkey’s present parliamentary system to a presidential system, while placing himself on the ticket to be the next president. Erdogan, “He personally thinks that he is the new sultan of the Ottoman and he can control the region as it was during the Ottoman Empire under a new umbrella. We are now witnessing the emergence of the last-days kingdoms of the North and South. Could Erdogan and Morsi be the last-days kings of the North and South, or are they merely precursors to the actual fulfillment of Daniel 11?
Sources—wnd, bob unruh, joel Richardson,