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Answers to Objections When You Talk About Islam Part 5 | Christianity is just as bad.

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BELOW IS A LIST of responses you are likely to get when talking about the terrifying brilliance of Islam to someone who knows little about it. The responses link to an article giving you suggestions about how to effectively respond.

The good news is that the responses you will typically get are a fairly small number. You’ll hear the same few objections over and over (1-7 are the most common). When you have some good answers to these objections ready at hand, you will be able to answer smoothly and with poise, without feeling tense or antagonistic.

When you talk about Islamic supremacism with people, they are likely to say one of the following:

5. Christianity is just as bad.

inquisition-wheela very common response you’ll get is something like this: “Christians do the same thing. Look at the Inquisition. Look at the Crusades. More people have been killed in the name of Christianity than all other religions combined.”

You can find an answer to the Crusades part here: What About The Crusades?

A simple way to answer the objection is: “Today, more people are killed in the name of Islam every year than were killed in the entire 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition.” Direct your listener to see how many people are being killed daily in the name of Islam at TheReligionOfPeace.com. Memorize that URL so you can recommend it. Write it down for them. It is a site that documents every verifiable act of jihad in the world where at least one person is killed.

Another answer is: “In the 1400-year history of Islam, 270 million people have been killed in the name of Islam. No other religion even comes close. Communism doesn’t even come close. Naziism doesn’t either. The reason we don’t know this is that Islamic supremacists have infiltrated the textbook publishing business in America and have massively edited the history of Islam. They also heavily influence Western media.”

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Answers to Objections When You Talk About Islam Part 3 | What you’re saying is racist

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The next few pages are a series of responses you are likely to get when talking about the terrifying brilliance of Islam to someone who knows little about it. The responses link to an article giving you suggestions about how to effectively respond.

The good news is that the responses you will typically get are a fairly small number. You’ll hear the same few objections over and over (1-7 are the most common). When you have some good answers to these objections ready at hand, you will be able to answer smoothly and with poise, without feeling tense or antagonistic.

When you talk about Islamic supremacism with people, they are likely to say one of the following:

3. What you’re saying is racist.

racism-sucksThe main problem with this one is that usually people will not say it outright. It is too offensive. To openly call someone a racist, at least in America, is a repugnant insult.

But you can usually read between the lines and realize the person you’re talking to can only hear what you’re saying in terms of racism — because they know so little about Islamic supremacism, they don’t know how else to interpret what you’re saying. Additional to this Islam is not a race, it’s a belief system, an ideologie, and every ideology is a subject for critics and analysis; Criticizing islam or any ideology on earth is not racism…The ideology that don’t let room for critics or questions or analysis is a totalitarian ideology. Muslims come from every race and colour, speak different languages and have different backgrounds.

If you suspect this to be the case, you should bring it up first. It is best to handle this particular objection sooner rather than later.]

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Answers to Objections When You Talk About Islam Part 2 | I have a Muslim Friend Who’s Very Nice

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The next several pages are responses you are likely to get when talking about the terrifying brilliance of Islam to someone who knows little about it. The responses link to an article giving you suggestions about how to effectively respond.

The good news is that the responses you will typically get are a fairly small number. You’ll hear the same few objections over and over (1-7 are the most common). When you have some good answers to these objections ready at hand, you will be able to answer smoothly and with poise, without feeling tense or antagonistic.

When you talk about Islamic supremacism with people, they are likely to say one of the following:

2. My friend is a Muslim and he’s really nice.

1. You may know nice people who identify themselves as “Muslims”, but that does not mean that Islam itself is nice. There is many people on earth who are mostly driven by common sense and the universal ethical codes and not by religious systems or a group of beliefs. Not every muslim you know is the representative of Islam on earth.

if republicans or democrats forced women to wear burkas we would be outragedSimilarly,  you may call yourself Christian, but not know everything in the bible from A-Z or live according to the teachings of Jesus Christ or the church to which you belong, strictly. The same applies to Muslims; Many many do not know or fully understand the horrific directives that exist in their own sacred texts. Many do know, but ignore them and live in their safe mental zone or deceive and feign innocence while their fellow Muslims follow violent and fearful directives faithfully. Still, other know Islamic law in detail and try to apply it literally as their prophet directed and practiced, These are the people we commonly refer to as terrorists and criminals and the would be terrorists and those who support them through action or silence, that we hear about everyday in the news.

For many Muslims, Islam is a series of rituals; prayer (recitation), fasting and  Ramadan rituals, zakat (tithing), performing the hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca), and reciting Qur’an verses, often without even understanding their meaning or the Arabic words at all that they are reciting. Many, however, are aware of the myriad awful and inhumane prescriptions that exist in their Koran and the comport of their prophet but strive to convince themselves that the context of these verses and deeds are other than evil, and live in a horrific internal conflict to be envied by no one. Their conscious minds see the disgusting things about Islam (as did my mind… and heart) but their unconscious mind is programmed from their early years to see things from only one perspective, and automatically interpret it in only one direction so as to stay in their comfort (and safety) zone.

People who identify themselves as muslims may be good or bad, but Islam itself is very bad.

2. I can see that you are defending your friend, so let me be clear that I’m not attacking your friend or anyone who calls himself a Muslim. I’m talking about Islamic doctrine. I’m talking about what a devout Muslim is supposed to do, according to Mohammad, and what millions of Muslims in fact do.

3. Is he a practicing Muslim or a Muslim in name only? If he is a practicing Muslim, jihad is obligatory. But keep in mind, jihad means struggling toward the political goal of the dominance of Islamic law. Violence is only one of many ways to work toward that political goal. Also, if he is a practicing Muslim, he cannot be friends with you, according to the Qur’an. He can pretend to be your friend if it serves the goals of Islam, but if he actually feels affection for you and really considers you a friend, he is doomed to burn in hell according to the Qur’an.

4. That’s good (that he’s a really great guy)! But the Muslimsfollowing the doctrine still need to be stopped, and one very important thing that needs to happen in order to stop them is for non-Muslims to be educated about what is in the Qur’an and the Hadith. Our fellow non-Muslims need to be made aware of the game plan of the enemies dedicated to destroying our way of life. By trying to stop people like me from educating non-Muslims about Islam, you are actually helping Islamic supremacists with their political goals.

5. Maybe this Muslim’s apparent goodness is only taqiyya. Another possibility is that he is simply ignorant of what his religion really requires of him. I will tell you what is in the Qur’an, but only if you promise not to tell him. We don’t need any more Muslims to awaken to the requirements of their faith. Let him live in benign and peaceful ignorance.

6. He’s a Muslim and he’s really nice? Good! It’s entirely possible he does not follow the whole teachings. However, does he pay his zakat (alms)? Then he is probably contributing to Islamic supremacists who are following the whole teachings (the zakat usually goes to the local mosque, and most mosques in the U.S.are owned and run by dedicated Wahabbis). Does he pray five times a day? Does he fast for a month during Ramadan? Has he read the Qur’an? If he had to choose between Shari’a law and the U.S. Constitution, which would he choose? Do you have any idea?! Or are you simply saying your cousin is married to a Muslim with very good people skills? (Read more about the basic obligations of a Muslim.)

7. The existence of a nice Muslim does not invalidate the statement that Islamic teachings advocate intolerance and violence toward non-Muslims. The fact that you know a Muslim who knows how to get along with non-Muslims does not mean he would not also advocate imposing Shari’a law on non-Muslims, and does not mean he is not actively striving toward that goal. The fact that he is really nice does not mean he repudiates thesupremacist nature of Islamic teachings. The existence of a Muslim who happens to be charming does not discredit a single thing I’ve said.

8. Is your friend an apatheist? If so, I think that’s great. But I wasn’t talking about people who call themselves Muslims but do not follow the doctrine. I’m talking about the actual Islamic doctrine — what it says in their holy books and what nearly all the Islamic authorities have decreed for the last 1400 years — and that is being followed faithfully by Muslims all over the world. Those who are following the teachings of the Qur’an and who faithfully follow Mohammad’s example are a danger to the free world and they must be stopped.

9. Muhammad Salah was a very nice man too. But he was also the leader of the worldwide military wing of Hamas, a brutal terrorist organization!

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