Flag of the Nation of Islam. The design of the flag is influenced by the Turkish flag. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)by Erik RushEmail | Archive
With the events of the last week, the fact of Islam’s compatibility with American society has been rendered as unambiguous as it could possibly be. This is not because Muslims possess inconveniently hypersensitive religious sensibilities; they obviously do, but it has been established that the Mideast riots that kicked off on Sept. 11, 2012, had nothing to do with a certain pathetic anti-Islam video, so we won’t even go there.
Islam has never played well with others, and this is because it is a worldview with a creed, dogma and religious aspects, rather than a religion per se. All of these militate against its tolerance of divergent societies and cultures. While certain theologians and historians will argue this, an objective view of Islam’s history clearly bears it out. It has been well-established historically by former lay Muslims and former Muslims in the academic realm that once practitioners of Islam reach an elusive “critical mass” within a population, they become dissident aggressors, intent upon implementing Islam across the entirety of a society. This is why they have such terms as taqiyya and dhimmi in their lexicon in the first place.Read More>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>