Hey, everyone. It’s Corbinian here. Regardless of whether you’re a Christian or not you can learn a lot about Islamic ideology by the way Muslims treat non-Muslim religious minorities. Wherever Islam dominates–whether it’s a whole country, a town, or just a neighborhood–once Muslims are in the majority their first step is to terrorize, oppress, and eventually eradicate all religious minorities living (subjugated) under them. Before you tell yourself it doesn’t affect you because you don’t live in the Islamic middle east and you aren’t a Christian anyway, ask yourself: What’s the worth of a human being? When is there ever a time when human beings don’t matter?
From the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia (the birthplace of Islam): It’s Necessary to Destroy all the Churches of the Region
Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah made the controversial statement in a response to a question from a Kuwaiti NGO delegation. A Kuwaiti parliamentarian had called for a ban on the construction of new churches in February, but so far the initiative has not been passed into law. The NGO, called the Society of the Revival of Islamic Heritage, asked the Sheikh to clarify what Islamic law says on the matter.
The Grand Mufti, who is the highest official of religious law in Saudi Arabia, as well as the head of the Supreme Council of Islamic Scholars, cited the Prophet Mohammed, who said the Arabian Peninsula is to exist under only one religion.
The Sheikh went on to conclude that it was therefore necessary for Kuwait, being a part of the Arabian Peninsula, to destroy all churches on its territory.
And in other news: the self-confessed “hairy leftie”, Islam sympathizer, communist, supporter of Sharia law in the UK, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, is stepping down. He’s a horrible, horrible man. Good riddance to this spiritual and cultural criminal. I don’t have high hopes for his successor, but at least for a short time there’s a bit of good news for global Christendom.
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