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Truth Will Not Be Ignored - Neither Will the LORD of Israel.

Reader comment on item: Will Europe Resist Islamization?
in response to reader comment: Muslims cannot be ignored!

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Apr 7, 2008 at 16:05

When we read this statement, "Muslims cannot be ignored," we must at the same time consider its source, and then its content, and then after considerable time come to the conclusion that, in fact, based on several principles there may be something to it, like he who shouts the loudest, shouts the best.

In this case, 19% of the world's population are a presence (based on some numbers provided by another fellow reader) are a presence indeed, but the part that cannot be ignored is the factional members of that presence that have made a more definitive impression by their deadly actions against world societies than by words of peace. Others have made their statistics available, so we'll not belabor that here.

Instead, we will pose the question. If not to be ignored, then to what purpose must the rest of the world acknowledge the followers of Islamic Prophet, except to heed their message smeared in the blood of those who will not follow, or die?

But which part of the message is more valid than another? To listen to an Arab that follows in the Sunni' traditions, which hadiths are more important than the others? To listen to a non-Arab who pursues his Shii'te traditions, are we to say that is more important?

This reader is told by Muslim sources that is written in the various Islamic traditions all these things are important when viewed for the importance of Islam to bring its message to the world on the course to domination. But people, a follow-up question, that if the world is to unite under a common black banner (yellow/green banners of Hamas/Hizbollah notwithstanding) of Islam, is it not important that there is unity in Islam, in direct contradiction of the in-fighting we see in Iraq and elsewhere? Are the Muslims not supposed to unite for their cause?

We read and hear of the projected future of Islam, that eventually there will be one to unite Islam, to present to the world what a presence a united Islam will be. For those who know, is there not to be a Twelfth Imam, a successor to the Islamic Prophet, to unite all Islam in the world? But of whose family will he be, of the family that the Sunni insists, or of the Shiite following? There is evidence that such a one will emerge to make his presence known, and may actually be alive in these present times. Who, shall we say?

Oh, but this reader cannot, only to say that when that one is made known, resistance will be near impossible without the spiritual indwelling of the Almighty God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Anointed One of Israel. Only in the Gospel of Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ, is there salvation. Before we see the Anointed One of Israel, HaMashiach ben David, we shall see this one of the Muslims following as he tries to unite Islam against Israel.

To repeat, Muslims, and the ideology that fuels their intention of conquest (even for the ‘moderates') are indeed a force to be reckoned with, but resistance must come from a higher source than from mere religion, for we are living in a world that worships religion, but falls away from Truth that transcends all religion. The WORD of the LORD makes ready for the Anointed One to return to Jerusalem to execute the plans provided to Israel in the promise to Abraham, and Israel will remain forever to stand by His testimony, that HE will not be ignored.

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