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Islamic lying by omission and need to put Islamists on the defensive continuously

Reader comment on item: Countering Islamophobia in North America

Submitted by Prashant (India), Mar 12, 2022 at 19:49

Dear Dr Pipes, Thanks for your review of el-Sayed el-Aswad's 'Countering Islamophobia in North America.' Muslim/Islamic tendency to lie by omission is remarkable and examples of this kind of lying by Muslims are found every day in the media and elsewhere. You mentioned several topics that el-Sayed el-Aswad should have discussed in his book but did not.

Islamists use democratic values of the non-Islamic world to advance their agenda. Muslim communal politicians in almost all free countries demand more and more rights for themselves by repeatedly mentioning the democratic values and constitutions of the free nations. And, as you alluded to, these politicians never mention that the constitutions of the Islamic nations, the Islamic hadiths, and the Quran itself routinely violate these principles. Those of us who have taken the trouble of reading the Quran, hadiths, and the descriptions of the constitutions of the Islam-occupied nations, know it very well that Islam and democracy are to mutually completely inconsistent. We also know that there is no real effort from the Muslims to try to make them consistent. All of Islamic talk of charity, equality, and kindness is limited to Islam's narrow and conveniently changing definition of who a believer is. And, most of Islamic effort is directed toward grabbing more and more land to serve the cause of Islam.

The need of our time is to continuously keep Islamic propagandists on the defensive by showing them the truth about Islam continuously, truthfully, and politely. No matter how obvious a certain truth exposing Islam and Muslims sounds and no matter how often it has been repeated already, it must be repeated one more time. It must be done until all false Islamic propaganda comes to an end.

Your review of the above mentioned book is one more step in this direction. Thanks for the review.


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