Saudi Arabia And ISIS Both Want The Same Thing: World Domination

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World Domination - Public DomainWhen ISIS released a video which showed Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burned alive, it shocked the entire planet.  The evil that it takes to do such a thing is on a level that is almost unspeakable.  In the western world, we have a very hard time understanding what would motivate anyone to take a life in such a manner.  But in the Middle East, this brand of tyranny has been percolating for a very, very long time.  The brand of Islam that ISIS seeks to impose on the areas of Iraq and Syria that it has conquered has been practiced in Saudi Arabia for centuries.  Just like ISIS, Saudi Arabia also publicly flogs those that “insult Islam”.  Just like ISIS, Saudi Arabia also beheads those that commit serious violations of sharia law.  And it is no secret that the Saudis have been pouring billions upon billions of dollars into organizations that promote jihad all over the globe.  But because they have a quarter of the world’s oil reserves and they pretend to be our friends, we don’t say anything.  They may be more subtle than ISIS, but ultimately they have the same goal as ISIS.  When it is all said and done, the Saudis and ISIS both agree that Islam will ultimately rule the world one day.  The only disagreement is about how to get there.


Approximately one out of every seven people in the world is Muslim.  And the heart of the Muslim world can be found in Saudi Arabia.  When ISIS militants publicly flog and behead people for not submitting to sharia law, they are just copying what Saudi Arabia has been doing for centuries.  For example, a Saudi blogger was just recently sentenced to 1,000 lashes for “insulting Islam“.  And on average there is a beheading in Saudi Arabia every four days.

So where is the outrage?

Is it only wrong when ISIS does it?

Lately, ISIS beheadings have not been achieving as much shock value in the media, so they have upped the ante.  The following is how the Jerusalem Post described the brutal execution of the Jordanian pilot by ISIS…

Beaten, caged, and burned alive, Muath al-Kasaesbeh, a Jordanian pilot engaged in a global mission against Islamic State, is the latest victim of the brutal terrorist network.

A video released online on Tuesday showed his murder from several angles. He is seen, apparently soaked in an accelerant. A line of fire approaches a barred pen, encircles the prisoner, and consumes him.

Jordan’s armed forces confirmed Kasaesbeh’s death to his family, vowing to avenge him with “strong, earth-shaking and decisive” action.

So precisely how did Jordan choose to respond?

They hung two ISIS jihadists.

One of them was a woman.

And if Islam ever did rule the world, this is the kind of “justice” that would prevail everywhere.

In the western world, we have been so trained to accept that the Saudis are our “friends” that we never really stop to consider their nightmarish violations of human rights.

For instance, did you know that there is no minimum age for marriage in Saudi Arabia?  Old men often marry extremely young girls with the full backing of the religious authorities

Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti, Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh, the kingdom’s top religious authority in the ultra-conservative Wahhabi school of Sunni Islam, has ruled it’s acceptable for men to marry girls so young the West would deem it nothing short of pedophilia and rape.

Despite the Saudi justice ministry’s failed efforts to date to set 15 as a minimum age to marry a girl in the kingdom, Grand Mufti Abdulaziz declared there is nothing prohibiting Muslim men from marrying girls even younger.

As Grand Mufti, Abdulaziz is president of the Supreme Council of Ulema (Islamic scholars) and chairman of the Standing Committee for Scientific Research and Issuing Fatwas, which means he speaks authoritatively in Islamic teachings.

So is pedophilia okay in Saudi Arabia just because they are our “friends”?

Why is hardly anyone denouncing this?

And you can forget about “religious freedom” in Saudi Arabia.

Not a single church exists in the country, and now there are reports that anyone caught smuggling in a Bible could be beheaded

Unconfirmed reports of a new decree imposing the death penalty on anyone caught smuggling Bibles into Saudi Arabia has many Christian ministries and support groups on edge.

Practicing any religion other than Islam has long been illegal in the desert kingdom, and that includes rules against foreigners bringing in any type of religious material that does not conform to the royal family’s strict Wahhabi brand of Sunni Islam. Foreign nationals living in Saudi Arabia are often detained for purely religious reasons, sometimes resulting in deportation.

But applying capital punishment, which in Saudi Arabia often means death by beheading, to Bible smugglers would signal a new level of persecution even for the Saudis.

Very few nations on the face of the planet have such a level of tyranny.

Instead of being our “friends”, we should be loudly condemning these blatant violations of basic human rights.

It is time that we face the truth and admit that Saudi Arabia is one of the most evil nations on the entire globe.  The fact that they have so much oil should not change anything.

And you know what?  People are starting to raise some legitimate questions about where ISIS is getting their money.  What would we do if it could be proven that the Saudis are actually funding them?  The following excerpt comes from a recent article in the Telegraph

Deciding who is funding Isis – and who should take the heat for its survival – depends upon the degree to which the world believes that the “Islamic State” is self-financing. Western governments have detailed the production of oil wells in Isis territory and the vast amounts of cash supposedly stolen from Mosul banks after Isis took over, but smuggling fuel and ransacking vaults can hardly sustain an Islamist “nation” which controls an area larger than the UK.

Millions of dollars must be arriving in Isis hands from outside Iraq and Syria, and the question must be asked: if it doesn’t come from within Saudi Arabia – or Qatar – who on earth is providing the wherewithal? Iceland? Peru?

So could it be possible that the Saudis are actually arming and funding ISIS from behind the scenes?

It is hard to say.

What we do know is that the new king of Saudi Arabia has been funding jihadist movements around the world for a very, very long time

However, throughout his public career in government, Salman has embraced radical Muslim clerics and has been tied to the funding of radical groups in Afghanistan, as well as an organization found to be plotting attacks against America, according to various reports and information provided by David Weinberg, a senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

In 2001, an international raid of the Saudi High Commission for Aid to Bosnia, which Salman founded in 1993, unearthed evidence of terrorist plots against America, according to separate exposés written by Dore Gold, an Israeli diplomat, and Robert Baer, a former CIA officer.

Salman is further accused by Baer of having “personally approved all important appointments and spending” at the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), a controversial Saudi charity that was hit with sanctions following the attacks of September 11, 2001, for purportedly providing material support to al Qaeda.

But of course we shouldn’t just be pointing fingers at Saudi Arabia.  In my previous article entitled “Is Barack Obama Actually Trying To Help ISIS Take Over Syria?“, I discussed evidence that seems to indicate that the Obama administration may be attempting to use ISIS and other radical jihadist groups to try to overthrow the Assad regime in Syria.

And it is certainly odd that so many of the “moderate” groups that we fund and train over there end up joining forces with ISIS.  In fact, we just witnessed yet another example of this

Before it even begins, the U.S. training and equipping of Syrian opposition forces to fight the Sunni army ISIS appears to have become more difficult with the decision by a U.S.-backed Syrian rebel group to join an Islamist coalition closely associated with ISIS and the al-Qaida-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra Front.

The Hazzm Movement, associated with the Free Syrian Army, is a secular Syrian insurgent group backed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. It was one of the last of the non-jihadist opposition groups fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in northern Syria.

Its leadership has decided to join the Islamist coalition of the Levant Front fighting around the key Syrian city of Aleppo, according to Arab news sources, including NOW Lebanon.

The turn of events comes even though Hazzm was viewed by one former Defense Department intelligence officer as a “model candidate for greater U.S. and allied support, including lethal military assistance.”

So if ISIS is really “the enemy”, then why do so many of the things that we do end up helping them?

The struggles that are taking place over in the Middle East are exceedingly complicated.

But in the end, it is very important that we keep one thing in mind.

Whether it is the Saudis or whether it is ISIS or whether it is somebody else, virtually all adherents of radical Islam believe that Islam will ultimately rule the entire world.

And at this point, approximately one out of every seven people on the planet already live under such tyranny to one degree or another.

Unless you actually want your children and your grandchildren to live under such a system, this should trouble you.

Our forefathers intended for our nation to be “the land of the free and the home of the brave”, and we should be denouncing tyranny in all of its forms – even if it is not “politically correct” to do so.

  • Jobe

    Do you think Iraqis ever quietly long for the relatively peaceful days under Saddam? This is the domino effect of the Bush presidency. Remember that come 2016.

    • gop4ever

      Saddam(cruel as he was) warned of this happening. He was right after all.

      • Jobe

        I think many well informed historians saw the writing on the wall when the US invaded Iraq as well. Bush senior surely saw this as well, which is why he held back during Gulf War I.

        What impresses me is that the Iraqi military is virtually nonexistent in this matter. Where are their troops?

        You can wave all the inky fingers for the camera all you want, western style democracies do not work in theocratic tribal societies.

        (Oh, and by “remember that come 2016,” I don’t mean vote for Hillary either. Just no more Bush’s, please)

        • gop4ever

          As they say in Afghanistan “you have the clocks, we have the time”

        • jaxon64

          Agreed..if our choices are Hillary or Jeb–we truly are doomed.
          Also agree…western freedoms, inventiveness, liberty, laws and governance are completely incompatible with Islam–it is that simple, you can’t have Islam and democracy.

          • Jobe

            I am researching third party candidates just in case it comes down to it.
            I encourage more people to do the same. Just because they don’t get the media exposure or special interest’s funds doesn’t mean they wont be on the ballot. And just as the Republican takeover of Congress this past November was a “surprise” I’m hoping for another surprise come 2016…a third party winner. Remember, choosing between the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil.

  • Georgiaboy61

    Re: “In the western world, we have been so trained to accept that the Saudis are our “friends” that we never really stop to consider their nightmarish violations of human rights.”
    Slavery was outlawed in Saudi Arabia and Yemen only in 1962; the United Arab Emirates followed in 1964 and Oman in 1970. Another Islamic nation, Muritania, abolished slavery in 1981, but it wasn’t actually made a crime until 2007. Despite being publicly outlawed, slavery is still very much alive in much of the Islamic world – including Saudi Arabia – only its practice has grown more-discreet.

  • K

    If a few Countries got together. And wanted to rule their people, in a way they feared their people would not accept. They would create, a great boogeyman. Something so evil, that out of fear of it. Their people would obey without question, ISIS. A group that magically flourishes, with no admitted support by anyone. A group, that is opposed by almost all, but gains ground. According to the world a great Islamic fighting force. Really let us look at that. During a raid two months ago. The forces were unsuccessful attacking the ISIS compound because dogs alerted to their presence. Muslims consider dog filthy animals, and do not keep them. A French reporter held by IsIs, who was freed. Reported never seeing a single Quran. And when he asked for one, was told none were available. Now the latest atrocity, burning the pilot alive. Fire is not an approved way of putting someone to death in Islam. They are told to use the sword, fire is Allahs weapon. Strange actions for a Muslim group. Finally when you analyze the few attacks that are being made against ISIS. They are relatively feeble, and ineffective. Not the least bit serious or well coordinated. Smells like a boogeyman to me. Supported by multiple Countries and groups.

    • jaxon64

      For what it’s worth, I noticed something odd the very first day of US involvement ( official first day, I should say.)

      The first day that we began airstrikes against ISIS–the area that the US hit the hardest was the Syrian govt/Assad controlled city of Aleppo. Strangely, ISIS was still over a hundred miles from even nearing Aleppo with their supposed spread.

      Yes, a critical city for the legal Assad govt was being bombed to smithereens by US jets–where assad kept much of his air power. Not a single US media agency went into any detail wondering why we chose to attack Syrian forces when we were supposedly attacking the “growing ISIS threat.”

      Just something that got me questioning this whole thing from the beginning….

      PS: ain’t it inconveniently coincidental that Obama ordered us to just leave so many US munitions in Northern Iraq when he ordered the hasty pullout? Or how about the continuing airdrops of weapons and supplies that accidentally land in the middle of ISIS camps— or we give them to the “moderates” who happen to be al nusra or ISIS sympathizers….how is anyone stupid enough to not see that Obama got his war he wanted against the secular Syrain government–guaranteed no Russian intervention this time also by paying billions to start a civil war in Ukraine( unlike their failed chemical attacks/line in the sand attempt to start war in Syria that was thwarted by Russia)
      The globalists are actually pulling it off–NWO, here we come……

      • K

        Well done, you have fully joined a small minority. The people who still care about the truth.

  • jbl1984

    all Muslims are animals and our masters are in this with them we have sent Saudi Arabia trillions and they have turned that into gold and treasure for the royal family , when they come for our guns you know it is time

  • lou

    Thank you Michael, someone has to say it, and you say it well. (re-blogged)

  • DJohn1

    Basically we are talking about a religion with various sects. But all of them seem to practice barbaric things like beheading and burning people alive.
    We also have in our back history places that during the dark ages burned people alive at the stake. And for what?
    Well the belief at the time was the Earth was flat and everything revolved around the Earth including the Sun. To disagree with that belief might get you burned at the stake in those times.
    Given unimaginable wealth then anything is possible for these people. Anything that is convenient can be considered morale by these people.
    The world’s oldest profession is said to be prostitution.
    I see little difference between prostitution and people that for money will profess anything you want to hear.
    The difference between the rulers of Saudi Arabia and their enemies is just how much money they have and the taught behavior of being sneakier than all the rest.
    So what we have here is a country that is of the persuasion of dominating all the rest of their world. It is a pecking order like in a barn yard. The strongest and sometimes the sneakiest rule everyone else.

    The reason to get young girls is they are impressionable not so much for their ability to statutory rape someone that young.
    The reason it is allowed is money. The same pattern is there. The pattern is one of domination over everything in their environment. Harsh punishments are not to punish the guilty but to put fear into everyone else that might consider that path.

    Please do not think that it is not practiced right here in the USA by various groups. I have no idea which groups are doing it. However, a very wealthy man has been tripped up and now all kinds of things are coming out in his dealings with powerful clients high in government and in society. And that is mostly about sex slavery?
    I don’t think so. I think it is all about the influence of money upon greedy individual people and their willingness to do anything for money. I think this wealthy man just got tripped up in the process.
    Now if you had a trillion dollars to spread around, just what is not possible to happen? You think this man was alone? I don’t. I think as soon as he stepped down another took his place.

    It is often said that the Devil rules this planet with an iron hand.

    But what if that rule is coming to an end? What if these people doing all of these things are all part of a scheme to destroy the human race and they are doing it by dividing very stupid people into various groups with the object of a final world war using all the methods of destruction that not-so-clever scientists have put in their hands.
    Revelations is a tricky book. It describes a lot of what has happened and it forecasts what is going to happen. If I were Muslim, I would forbid the reading of the entire Bible also.

    After all of these years since Jesus was on this planet so much has changed. Yet today those Bible books are just as relevant now as they were then. And yet, still two individuals stand out in history. One is Jesus Christ. After approximately 40 days past his crucifixion and his return to life, he floated up into the clouds and disappeared.
    The other is the coming of what is called an Anti-Christ. Followed after a time of tribulation by the Return of Jesus Christ to the Earth.

    I guess the real question here concerning religion is WHY does the religion have to force their views? Because if the Koran cannot stand a critical review or if Christianity cannot stand a critical review then we are dealing with the father of all lies, the Devil.
    And that pretty much describes what a lot of major religions are doing today. They cannot stand an intelligent critical review of anything within their religious belief. So they act with physical force and violence to enforce their religious beliefs on everyone else.
    One sign is that of immortals acting behind the scenes. When you see a plan that takes 50 or more years to produce a result then you are more than likely looking at people that are extremely long lived with a goal set far in the future.
    If the devil cannot win with lies, then the devil will attempt to win by forcing their system of beliefs on everyone.
    My experience says that there are things in time that are fluid and can be changed. And there are things that no man can change. I think we are dealing with a series of events of the second kind.
    When it all plays out, that is when we will all see what is actually happening both here and there.

    • Jobe

      When it comes to religion there are two kinds of people:

      1. those seeking Truth even if it means acknowledging they have been wrong in their thoughts, behaviors and beliefs all along.

      2. those seeking to justify their own personal desires and behavior however deviant with a stamp of approval from their “god.”

      So it should be no surprise that 80% of the prisoners who “find faith” while in US prisons convert to Islam. I tend to believe that Islam caters to the sadistic and criminally minded.

      If your fetish is be-headings, torture, killings and marrying children, then Islam is for you. And you can find comfort in knowing your “god” approves of it via his “prophet.”

      I guess “turn the other cheek”, “forgive and pray for your enemies” and “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” is just for weenies, huh?

      A fellow weenie

      • DJohn1

        Rattlesnakes by any other name, are still a rattlesnakes by their very nature. A Scorpion is still a scorpion. And even if their word was good, I think that a scorpion will still bite no matter what.
        To me it makes no sense to “turn the other cheek”, “forgive and pray for your enemies” if said enemies will murder you in your sleep. Rather I go with another part of the Bible. That is do not cast pearls amongst swine.
        Where even these people have no stomach for what is going on, is when they treat Muslims like anyone else and the list of crimes is fairly extensive that they are willing to do to one another.
        I have no desire to go after them with the idea that we must eliminate the danger.
        The danger is there. They foolishly tell us what they plan to do to us when they get the chance. That includes murder, havoc, chaos, and inducing fear where ever they go amongst non-Muslims.

        Their society is based on superiority of the Muslim vs. the non-Muslim world. That means in their eyes we are nothing more than animals with a smattering of intelligence. So they feel justified in doing whatever they want to the people that do not believe as they do. They are treaty breakers where non-Muslims are concerned.
        I think that sooner or later we will be faced with a decision as to whether or not to allow them to terrorize us.
        Most people here will respond with fighting them back tooth and nail. And that has nothing to do with whether or not they profess Christianity, Jewish, Roman Catholic or any other religious belief. When push comes to shove the American People will respond with deadly force against anyone that threatened their families and our land.

  • Christian Female

    I usually find articles on this site to be factual, but this one has a number of flaws. I am a Christian female and had the unique opportunity to live in Saudi Arabia for four months teaching English at a university. There are Christians in Saudi Arabia. There are Christian churches. I know, because I visited one. And no- I didn’t live in some gated complex. I lived in a normal apartment building. The notion that the Saudis are a bunch of extremist is false. Now, the Saudi government- that’s a whole different story. But the average person- they are pawns and sheep like most Americans. Saudi has its issues, no doubt, but the NWO and the powers that be are in control there just as they are here. Listen, you step off the plane in Riyadh and the first thing you see is a STARBUCKS. No joke. There is NOTHING new under the sun.

    • saviano

      …Starbucks , really? You obviously missed the chop , chop square.
      Of the three medical personnel I’ve known that worked under contract there, whose ordered were responsible to train Saudi medical staffers , they had a very different truth of the reality of living behind the veil and the lives of non-royals, Saudi People.
      You were probably out in sun too long.

      • Christian Female

        No, I didn’t miss chop chop square; I actually took a bunch of photos of the square while visiting Riydah. It’s actually not to far from s KFC (and that is not a joke). And I’m sure the medical personnel you knew probably lived in a secure gated complex, not amongst the people. Listen, I had the same views going over there that you probably have now. The government is wicked;the people themselves, not so much. They, like us, are victims of circumstance, and you can’t characterize an entire people by the actions of a wicked government. Furthermore, I was in a cooler region in the northern part of the country where is wasn’t that hot. We have more in common with them then you would ever imagine. I expected to be hated because I was an “infidel” and a woman. Not at all. Everyone knew where we lived and we could have been harmed at any time, but weren’t.

        • saviano

          yes , I’m certain you consider yourself a Christian woman.
          You took pictures ? Did you stay around for one of the many “shows of faith” by the religion of peace? .
          Yes, they were under contract and for their safety required to live in a secured compound.
          The nurses described that while waiting for transportation tthe Arab men would try and hit them with their cars while they waited for transportation. This got so dangerous transportation was required from the medical facility.
          They mentioned the terrible malformations of children that came into emergency medicine from the gene pool compromised by so many inter-marriages and close blood lines.
          They mentioned how abused the woman were who could not see a male Doctor unless they had a male relatives with them and that breast cancer was epidemic in these countries along with venereal disease passed to them by their cheating husbands.
          They mentioned that no one uses seat belts while driving. The emergency room was filled to capacity every weekend with the most horrific accidents victims especially to children.
          Woman are not allowed to drive naturally.
          certainly I’m glad you stay safe, as a Christian woman …. but beyond that what did you learn about Saudi Arabia?

          • Christian Female

            Hospitals by their very nature
            attract people who are unwell, sick, depressed, and troubled. And hospitals in undeveloped countries
            anywhere are going to suck. There are nicer
            facilities for folks with $$$, but generally speaking, to compare the standard
            of care in Saudi Arabia or any underdeveloped country to what we are accustomed
            to here is like comparing apples to oranges.
            They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. So of course your friends probably saw the
            worst of the worst. I, on the other hand
            taught women (17-24) in a university. My
            colleagues were a mixture of Americans, Brits, Saudis, Jordanians, and North
            Africans. My students were all
            Saudis. I lived in a small town where
            there was nothing to do except shop. And
            since I didn’t go to spend money, but to make money, I spent the majority of my
            time talking with my students, colleagues, and the folks I can into contact
            with. Chatting, talking about other
            cultures, learning, soaking things in like a sponge- it’s all I did. I visited the homes of some of my Saudi
            colleagues and went to one of my student’s weddings. Sure, women can’t drive. But is that really so horrible? We had drivers take us everywhere. I personally enjoyed being driven
            around. The whole thing about religion-
            have you ever read the first five books of the Bible? Um, hello, in Mosaic law adulterous folks,
            murders, sodomites, witches- they were all STONED! In the Bible, there were three types of
            punishments: death, beatings, and fines.
            Locking someone in a cage for 10 years for doing crack- that’s inhuman
            punishment. Nowhere in the Bible is the
            idea of jail sanctioned. The Saudis
            execute a few thousand folks in chop chop square, but we murder millions of
            innocent babies in the womb every year and support the Saudis with our tax
            dollar. The pot is calling the kettle
            black. What did I really understand
            about Saudi Arabia? More than I ever
            thought I would and it still blows me away.
            Listen, Saudi Arabia is led by a group of wicked evil men, but then
            again, so are most of the countries in this world, including our own. And there are a lot of wicked things that occur there. Western women are treated well while non-western women are treated poorly- absolutely true. But many of the Saudi women I meet there were truly lovely, kind, generous and very hospitable.
            And no, I didn’t stay around for an execution as I had limited time in Riyadh.

    • Jobe
  • saviano

    This is he best article I’ve read that outlines the mind set of Saudi Arabia, House of Saud
    Yes, they want world domination and this is fully supported by Pres. Obama and covered up by previous Presidents.
    The Saudi coffer has backed terrorism around the world for decades.
    Every American must know that after the Saudi sponsored attack to our homeland by, 10 Saudi’s and two Syrian terrorist suicide pilots and their handlers, this connection was purposely slam shut by President Bush.
    Last week it was also reported that ( ISSI ) was drawing closer to the Saud Arabia borders. What deal do we imagine was enjoined by President Obama with his Muslim connection and his visit to the House of Saud?
    What must be confirmed is the Saudi have a fully equipped, state- of the -art -air force purchased from the USA and Saudi pilots, trained by the USA.
    Do any one of us believe that the royal family will defend itself on their own? Have we ever questions why Pres. Obama refuses to allow for America to be fuel independent or why he block the pipeline bill for six years.
    Also reported but immediately shut down , ” funding for (IS) was traced to one of the Saudi’s five banks” while no banking system around the world speak about cutting off the flow of money backing these various terror fraction by dif. name
    No one ever reported this connection again by the Saudis’, but Instead, reported that the royal family was building a wall around their kingdom.
    What we must understand:
    President Obama is NOT in denial on this topic as reported..
    He’s re-selling this to all of us because he supports it within his own ideology . He’s been supporting tribal feudalism for some time.
    He supports the barbaric interpretation of the Koran and why he hates the only Democracy in the Middle East, Israel .
    His administration has known about the build up of ISSL for over two years and I certainly agree with the comments below, he purposely pulled our troops early for this reason.
    Do any of us understand the only defenders in this world wide Caliphate, killing machine are the Kurds and why, they still have not received the heavy weapons requested by us.
    Barry’s fantasy story for, “a forty nation collision is another pathetic attempt by his handlers to send out a salvo to cover his true beliefs system which very clear to me.

  • SantosGarcia

    Soon to be foiled in their demonic plans, when GOD unsheathed ‘The Sword of the LORD’ via the IDF!

  • Tatiana Covington

    Let’s just figure out how to delete Islam from everyone’s heads and be done with it.

    Probably DARPA is working on it.

    • Jobe

      The Biblical book of Revelations mentions a “false prophet.” There is no other Abrahamic religion that puts such emphasis on one single prophet than Islam. I believe it is Islam that Revelations is referring to in this case.

  • Mart Martus

    End game is Iran, the rest is propaganda and diversion to what their real intent is and that is to bring Iran to it’s knees.

  • Observer

    Come on, the writer is being delusional here.

  • Holger Jahndel

    Why Jihad Watch?

    Why Jihad Watch? Because non-Muslims in the West, as well as in India, China, Russia, and the world over, are facing a concerted effort by Islamic jihadists, the motives and goals of whom are largely ignored by the Western media, to destroy their societies and impose Islamic law upon them — and to commit violence to that end even while their overall goal remains out of reach. That effort goes under the general rubric of jihad.

    Jihad (Arabic for “struggle”) is a central duty of every Muslim. Muslim theologians have spoken of many things as jihads: the struggle within the soul, defending the faith from critics, supporting its growth and defense financially, even migrating to non-Muslim lands for the purpose of spreading Islam. But violent jihad is a constant of Islamic history and a central element of Islamic theology. Many passages of the Qur’an and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad are used by jihad warriors today to justify their actions and gain new recruits. No major Muslim group has ever repudiated the doctrines of armed jihad. The theology of jihad, which denies unbelievers equality of human rights and dignity, is available today for anyone with the will and means to bring it to life.

    In Islamic history and doctrine violent jihad is founded on numerous verses of the Qur’an — most notably, one known in Islamic theology as the “Verse of the Sword”: “Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the idolaters wherever ye find them, and take them (captive), and besiege them, and prepare for them each ambush. But if they repent and establish worship and pay the poor-due, then leave their way free. Lo! Allah is forgiving, merciful” (9:5). Establishing “regular worship” and paying the “poor-due” (zakat) means essentially that they will become Muslim, as these are two of the central responsibilities of every Muslim. Sahih Bukhari, which Muslims regard as the most trustworthy of all the many collections of traditions of Muhammad, records this statement of the Prophet: “Allah assigns for a PERSON who participates in (holy battles) in Allah’s Cause and nothing causes him to do so except belief in Allah and in His Messengers, that he will be recompensed by Allah either with a reward, or booty (if he survives) or will be admitted to Paradise (if he is killed in the battle as a martyr).”

    Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406), a pioneering historian and philosopher, was also a legal theorist. In his renowned Muqaddimah, the first work of historical theory, he notes that “in the Muslim community, the holy war is a religious duty, because of the universalism of the Muslim mission and (the obligation to) convert everybody to Islam either by persuasion or by force.” In Islam, the PERSON in charge of religious affairs is concerned with “power politics,” because Islam is “under obligation to gain power over other nations.”

    Violent jihad is a constant of Islamic history. The passages quoted above and many others like them form a major element of the motivation of jihad warriors worldwide today. No major Muslim group has ever repudiated the doctrines of armed jihad. The theology of jihad, with all its assumptions about unbelievers‚ lack of human rights and dignity, is available today as a justification for anyone with the will and the means to bring it to life.

    Jihad Watch is dedicated to bringing public attention to the role that jihad theology and ideology play in the modern world and to correcting popular misconceptions about the role of jihad and religion in modern-day conflicts. By shedding as much light as possible on these matters, we hope to alert people of good will to the TRUE nature of the present global conflict.

    Jihad Watch also includes content once posted on Dhimmi Watch, formerly a separate page on this site, tracking dhimmitude. Dhimmitude is the status that Islamic law, the Sharia, mandates for non-Muslims, primarily Jews and Christians. Dhimmis, “protected people,” are free to practice their religion in a Sharia regime, but are made subject to a number of humiliating regulations designed to enforce the Qur’an’s command that they “feel themselves subdued” (Sura 9:29). This denial of equality of rights and dignity remains part of the Sharia, and, as such, are part of the legal superstructure that global jihadists are laboring to restore everywhere in the Islamic world, and wish ultimately to impose on the entire human race.

    If dhimmis complained about their inferior status, institutionalized humiliation, or poverty, their masters voided their contract and regarded them as enemies of Islam, FAIR GAME as objects of violence. Consequently, dhimmis were generally cowed into silence and worse. It was almost unheard-of to find dhimmis speaking out against their oppressors; to do so would have been suicide. For centuries dhimmi communities in the Islamic world learned to live in peace with their Muslim overlords by acquiescing to their subservience. Some even actively identified with the dominant class, and became strenuous advocates for it.

    Spearheaded by dhimmi academics and self-serving advocacy groups, that same attitude of chastened subservience has entered into Western academic study of Islam, and from there into journalism, school textbooks, and the popular discourse. One must not point out the depredations of jihad and dhimmitude; to do so would offend the multiculturalist ethos that prevails everywhere today. To do so would endanger chances for peace and rapprochement between CIVILIZATIONS all too ready to clash.

    But in this era of global terrorism it must be said: this silence, this distortion, has become deadly. Before 9/11 it was easy to ignore and whitewash dhimmitude, but the atrocities changed the situation forever. In jihads throughout history, untold millions have died. Tens of millions have been uprooted from their homes. Tens of millions have been stripped of their cultural identity. To continue to gloss over the destruction wrought by jihad ideology and its attendant evil of dhimmitude is today to play into the hands of jihadists, who have repeatedly vowed to dhimmify the West and destroy any recalcitrant elements. While jihadist groups, even with their global diffusion, are not strong enough to realize this goal by themselves, they have a potent and destructive ally, a genuine fifth column, in the dhimmi academics and dhimmi journalists they have recruited in the West. They have succeeded in confusing millions in the West into mistaking honesty and truthfulness for bigotry, and self-defense for oppression.

    Before it’s too late for Western Europe and the United States, which gave birth to the traditions of freedom and equality of rights for all that shine today as lights in the entire world, this must be stopped. Therefore Jihad Watch seeks to bring public attention to:

    The plight of the dhimmis, an immense but almost completely ignored ongoing scandal that continues in Muslim countries today;

    The plight of women under Sharia provisions, similar to conditions imposed on dhimmis, in the denial of equal rights and dignity;

    Slavery in Islamic lands, which continues today, justified by Sharia-‘s dhimmi codes;

    The integral role of jihad and dhimmitude ideology in global terrorism today;

    The license that academic and journalistic whitewashes of dhimmitude gives to radical jihadist enemies of human rights for all.

    Jihad Watch fights to ensure that deeds done in the darkness for so long will not continue to be done. The light of world attention is anathema to the proponents of jihad and dhimmitude: we have seen in recent years that women sentenced to stoning for adultery, often victims of rape unjustly accused thanks to Sharia laws disallowing rape victims’ testimony, were freed following international outcry. Jihad Watch seeks to provoke similar, continuous and increasing outcry wherever and whenever the Sharia’s institutionalized injustices threaten dhimmis and women.

    May the truth prevail.

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