Sunday, January 22, 2012

How Circumstance Dictates Islamic Behavior

The title sums it all up. When the Muslim community is weak, they're the nicest folks you could meet. But when the Muslim community is strong, they'll do anything within their power to impose Sharia law. This concept was embedded in Islam by the Pedophile Mohammed from the earliest days. And since this two faced, devious practice was taught by Mohammed, all Muslims emulate that behavior.


How Circumstance Dictates Islamic Behavior

Posted By Raymond Ibrahim On January 20, 2012 @ 12:01 am In Daily Mailer,FrontPage

Has there ever been a time when one group of people openly exposes its animosity for another group of people—even as this second group not only ignores the animosity, but speaks well, enables, and legitimizes the first group?

Welcome to the 21st century, where Western politicians empower those Muslims who are otherwise constantly and openly denouncing all non-Muslims as enemies to be fought and subjugated.

Consider this video Sheikh Yassir al-Burhami, a top-ranked figure in Egypt’s Salafi movement which won some 25% of the votes in recent elections. He makes clear a point that, in a different era, would be thoroughly eye-opening: that all notions of peace with non-Muslims are based on circumstance. When Muslims are weak, they should be peaceful; when strong, they should go on the offensive.

Discussing “the analogy between Egypt’s Christians and the Jews of Medina,” Burhami pointed out that Muslims may make temporary peace with infidels, when circumstance calls for it:

"The Jews of Medina represent a paradigm—laid by the prophet [Muhammad]—that shows how Muslims should deal with infidels. The prophet’s methods of dealing with infidels are available for Muslims to replicate depending on their situation and their capabilities. The Prophet in Mecca dealt with the infidels in a certain way, so whenever Muslims are vulnerable they should deal with the infidels in this same manner."

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