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Islamic Fundamentalism's Ideological Spread

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Submitted by yonason (United States), Jun 20, 2005 at 18:44

As viewed from some western eyes:

"Islamic terrorism may eventually be defeated in its large manifestations, like the one we saw on 9/11, but built into earliest Islam is an ultimate goal ... [u]limately, violent and non-violent radicals want religious world domination."

As seen, I think more clearly, from the eyes of a Muslim who prefers civilization to the stone-age:

"The Archbishop of Izmir, His Exc. Giuseppe Germano Bernandini, summed up the political dilemma of the West in relation to Islam by quoting an authoritative Muslim spokesperson that he had encountered during an Islamic-Christian dialogue meeting. The man calmly stated with assurance, "Thanks to your democratic laws we will invade you; thanks to our religious laws we will dominate you.' "
from: "Examining Islam's Expansionist History" by Abdullah al-Araby

What most people don't understand is that it's hardwired into the fundamentalist interpretation of their essential religious doctrine.

If those kids are being taught according to Wahabist fundamentalist doctrine, what they will learn about jihad is not what the propagandists tell us. Rather, it will include things like:

" 'Invade in the Name of Allah (swt) and for the[sic] Cause of Allah (swt) and kill those who disbelieve in Allah (swt).' " by Sheikh Abdullah Bin Muhammad Bin Humaid, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Hasan Al-Banna is one of the founders of the Muslim Brotherhood, with which CAIR is directly affiliated, by the way, as is MAS (Muslim American Society). His influence in modern radical islamic thought is pervasive. Here is what Al-Banna has to say on jihad:

"The Muslim world today is faced with tyranny and injustice." [that means that their victims are fighting back to defend what's theirs from the islamofascist thieves.], therefore, "All Muslims Must Make Jihad" [and it's not the "inner struggle" nonsense they peddle to the gullible].

Another major Islamic Botherhoodlum is Sayyid Qutb: Frontpagemag relates: "One of the Muslim Brotherhood's most violent theoreticians was Sayyid Qutb, whose ideas heavily influenced Osama bin Laden's current conception of jihad.", and that the 9/11 commission concluded the same.

As Sheikh Abdul Hadi Palazzi, an outspoken critic of the fundamentalists, says, "...experts know that the organization exists, is active, and is powerful through funds it receives from affluent Saudi princes."

The powerful, active and secretive Muslim Brotherhood's roots, when traced from their source to the present, reveal how truly evil it is, as well as the vast scope of their involvement in terrorism worldwide. Perhaps if people could grasp the extensive interconnectedness of the major "bad-actors" of the last century, maybe they would realize just how urgent our situation is.

Here, Sheikh Palazzi gives us a panoramic view of the evolution if this islamofascist monstrosity, and the damage it has done:

Any American Islamic group tied to the Muslim Brotherhood must be treated as harboring fanatic ideologues whose goal is the Islamization of wherever they are, and by whatever means at their disposal. And any Wahabi supported Islamic schools are nurturing their next generation in our midst.

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