Is Islam a Religion, a Political System, or Both?

September 1, 2010 at 8:14 am 14 comments

Is there a backlash directed at the Muslims in America after 911, and after the recent developments surrounding the Cordoba (or Cordova) Project? Maybe so, but why? Most Americans do not care if Muslims pray five times a day to a god named Allah, recognize their prophet of choice, fast during Ramadan, pay a religious tax, or make a pilgrimage to Mecca. It is not the five tenets of Islam that Muslims “believe” that have Americans alarmed.  But, as any “good” and “moderate” Muslim will boast, Islam is more than a religion.

Classifying Islam as a religion is a fundamental error that Americans must understand if we want to preserve the Constitution of the United States. 

Equivocating Islam with other world religions is erroneous because at the core of Islam is a Political Doctrine called Islamic Shari’ah Law. Shari’ah Law and its Caliphate make Islam a political system that mandates specific religious ritual, punishment, and obedience.  It is against Shari’ah Law for a Muslim to have any other religion than Islam.

Islam is a Political Doctrine that is ruled by Shari’ah Law based on the Quran, and recognizes Islam as the only legitimate religion. The Political Doctrine of Islam is enforced with mandatory requirements and rituals, which the negation of supposedly leads to hell, often after dishonorable chastisement, bodily punishment, torture, or even death by stoning and decapitation. This is how Muslims stay entrapped and controlled within the Islamic political system. They fear each other, they fear rejection, they fear punishment, and they fear hell.

The truth is, “good” Muslims think they will go to hell if they do not do their individual part, no matter how benign or abhorrent it may seem, in helping takeover the whole world. As a group known as the ummah, they indeed use all of those methods. And they will say anything necessary, as it is required by Shari’ah Law, to accomplish the goal of world conquest. Non-Muslims must realize that he or she is not equal to a Muslim under Shari’ah Law. Under Shari’ah Law, non-Muslims are considered to be unworthy by God, dirty, discredited from the start,  inferior, and not respected.

The Quran is the only constitution of Saudi Arabia, which is the home of Mecca and the Kaaba, where all mosques point, where every Muslim faces during prayer, and where non-Muslims are not allowed. The Quran demands submission by everyone in the world, by any means necessary, claiming Islam existed prior to all other religions, and is superior to any form of government ever made by man. The Quran governs all mosques in the world, even those in the United States. Ditto for Iran, however, the Iranians (Shiite) and the Saudis (Sunni-Wahhabi) disagree with each other on the Caliphate lineage, and thus their fundamental superiority and rights.

Fortunately, no version of Islam has ever been able to enforce its manifesto on the entire world. However, all of Islam still justifies any means necessary to meet that goal including threat, infiltration, violence, terrorism, coercion and deception in a 1400-year-long Universal Jihad. They even work against  each other, as we well know. When a Muslim uses politically correct speech, he or she will usually say that Muslims abhor violence. But that does not mean that they will not resort to violence or other political and financial persuasion after issuing an “invitation to Islam.” If a Muslim dislikes violence, it is still required if all else fails. In fact, the Quran tells them to do just that, while giving encouragement by promising paradise in return.

It is against Shari’ah Law to refer to God with any other personal name than “Allah.” When Muslims say that all Christians in Muslim countries refer to God as Allah, one has to read between the lines. What is really being said is that it is against Shari’ah Law to call God by any other personal name. Therefore non-Muslims in Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran call God by the personal name Allah, because the Koran serves as the supreme law of the land there. If anyone dared associate another personal name with God, such as Jehovah or Jesus, they would be guilty of a crime. So in that respect, it is completely true and understandable that Christians refer to God as Allah in the Middle East.

Mecca was captured by Islam in a military invasion in 630 A.D. after the citizens turned down the invitation to Islam that Muhammed offered them. Upon the final slaughter and conquest, which was after breaking a “peace” treaty, Muhammad delivered an address at the Kaaba (the black box in Mecca where Muslims must make an effort to visit at least one time if financially plausible).  Dressed in military garb and wearing a helmet, according to Ayatullah Ja’far Subhani in his book, “The Message”, Muhammed said:

“Bear in mind that every claim of privilege, whether that of blood or property is abolished . . . I reject all claims relating to life and property and all imaginary honors of the past, and declare them to be baseless . . . A Muslim is the brother of another Muslim and all the Muslims are brothers of one another and constitute one hand as against the non-Muslims. The blood of every one of them is equal to that of others and even the smallest among them can make a promise on behalf of others”

With that said, “Allah,” the name of the former Arab pagan moon god (one of many gods worshipped) was declared the only god.   Muhammad overthrew Mecca, declaring all of Islam, anywhere in the world, to be a political and military state against all non-Muslims, regardless of non-Muslim political, geographical, national origins, or religious beliefs.  Muhammed said, “If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah), never will it be accepted of him.” —Quran 3:85

From that point on, Islam spread imperialistically, as a supremacist ideology through force or coercion and usually involved violence. After conquests, Islam claimed some achievements of the conquered civilizations as its own while destroying others, and equivocating the personal name of the Arab pagan moon god Allah” with the indigenous generic pronoun, “God.”

Mosques are the headquarters for political Islamic domination, and every mosque in the world points to Mecca, the birthplace of Islam. The construction of mosques is a required strategy for Islamization. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan reminded Turkish Muslims with the lines of a poem by the Turkish writer, Ziya Gökalp: “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.” Erdogan also told Turkish immigrants in Germany that “assimilation is a crime against humanity.”

With that said, how can Americans ever tolerate the intolerance of Islamic doctrine and Shariah Law?  Contrary to the belief of politically correct narcissists, it is actually against the Constitution to tolerate a political system that denies freedom of religious worship.


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  • 1. Radical Conversationalist  |  September 3, 2010 at 2:19 am

    Wow. Looks like you could use ALOT of education. Islam is a religion. I am Christian but have friends who are Muslim. No big deal.

    I challenge you to learn more.

    • 2. mary christina love  |  September 3, 2010 at 8:00 pm

      Radical Conversationalist,
      So, you “challenge” me. I think you are a perfect example of a Muslim using deception, confusion, and intimidation to further Islam.

  • 3. Radical Conversationalist  |  September 3, 2010 at 8:55 pm

    Christians are supposed to love all people. That’s how I was raised and that’s why I have been open to learning about people and religions different from my own.

    I have friends who are Muslim, and have been surprised at how SIMILAR Iit s to Christianity and the Jewish faith. Personally it bothers me to see so much hostility directed toward them bc I thought America grew up. Anyway, my support for Muslims should be blamed on years of Christian schooling, parenting and embracing that whole loving thy neighbor stuff that Jesus stood for.That’s what I stand for. Love they neighbor as thyself. Don’t you?


    • 4. mary christina love  |  September 4, 2010 at 8:11 am

      Islam is not similar to Christianity and Judaism. That is what just what your muslim “friends” tell you. Actualy I feel sorry for Muslims because they have been lied to and/or forced to convert by their muslim conquerors for centuries. However, that does not mean that I am obliged to help them practice their rituals, or agree with them in any way. I do not think it is a legitimate religion, and I do not love the political doctrine. I have shown my love for them as people, but the respect was not returned.

  • 5. Radical Conversationalist  |  September 8, 2010 at 3:01 am

    Islam is an offshoot of Christianity and Judaism. They believe in “God,” which they call Allah but they support the idea that it is the same God of Abraham and Jesus. They are knowledgeable about the Bible and reference the Bible. They respect Jesus — not as a godhead but as a prophet who arrived after Christ died.

    Mainstream Biblical scholars see Christianity, Islam and Judaism as being like three branches of the same root.

    You say Muslims have been lied to well people say the same thing about some Christians and members of every other religion. In oppressive countries, Islam is oppressive. In free countries, it is free. Even if you read the VERY mainstream book, Kite Runner it talks about extreme Islam being forced onto people, which is an example of how ppl twist religion to suit their agenda. Thanks for listening.

    • 6. mary christina love  |  March 25, 2011 at 8:43 am

      Muhammed took advantage of the differences between Judaism and Christianity. Islam does not come from them, it comes from Muhammed.

  • 7. Albert Maslar  |  September 22, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    Satan tempted Jesus three times in the desert prior to the beginning of Jesus’ public life; once to turn the stones into bread as Jesus was hungry from His 40 days of fasting. Next Satan told Jesus to throw Himself down from the Temple as the angels would catch Him saving Him from harm. Finally, Satan showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the earth and said they would all be His if He only bowed down in tribute or worship to Satan. Of course, Satan was rejected.

    Some six hundred years later, Satan, a fallen angel, disguised as the Angel Gabriel, appeared to Muhammad, tempting him as he tempted Jesus, but Muhammad being a mere man, succumbed and Islam was born. Muhammad did propose that perhaps it was actually Satan that appeared before him. If so, enough said.

    Islam followed the Divine roadmap, creating a written word, the Quran that followed both the Old and the New Testaments, and even recognized Jesus as a prophet. Satan’s bible became the Quran, and Satan injected as much as 95% truth because a 100% lie would be totally unbelievable and ridiculed. Persuasive lies must be embedded in truth.

    Ishmael, Abraham’s illegitimate first son, might be construed as the original father of Islam but there is no verifiable proof that Islam had its beginnings with Ishmael, though he is the father of the Arab nations as the God of Abraham promised. Abraham then fathered Isaac who begot Jacob whom God renamed “Israel” who became the father of the Jewish nation, Israel.

    Albert Maslar

    • 8. mary christina love  |  September 23, 2010 at 7:32 am

      Very well said Albert!

  • 9. IKBAL AZAM  |  March 3, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    If islam were a satanic religion then why is it being spread so fast in European and American countries?

    • 10. mary christina love  |  March 25, 2011 at 8:37 am

      Because it is a result of ignorance and deception, nurtured by guilt and fear.

      • 11. David Willis  |  November 25, 2011 at 9:18 pm

        Mary Christina, Love?, I’m not Ignorant, nor is their any deception, nor am I nurtured by guilt, or by fear I assure you. But i assure you, you are not either.

      • 12. mary christina love  |  March 25, 2012 at 5:44 am

        You are correct David, I am thankful for what I have…not guilty for what I have, or for what I am and believe.

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  • 14. Bev Tilbury  |  January 26, 2012 at 11:23 am

    Check out Ann Barnhardt’s You Tube video on Islamic Sexuality and then tell me it’s not Satanic!!! Wake up nice, Naive Christians, WAKE UP!!


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