Though there are millions of followers, … even if most do not follow the teachings which clearly speak of violence, hate, and domination of the world, it is time to face what Islam truly is, according to its teachings, and it’s time for the world to rid itself of this evil.
It’s not that we hate Muslims; we don’t. They’ve declared war on us as well as their intent to dominate the world, but violence is not the way to do it … rather, it’s conversion! … for as noted above, most people do not follow the basic tenets / principles and if they are good people as many seem to be, they could easily be converted.
It’s the fact that the violent Muslims, pretend to be the same as the majority and their Qu’ran gives them the right to lie and deceive others ….. The majority of “good Muslims” do not follow the teachings, claiming the others misinterpret the Qu’ran, but most have never been confronted with the violent teachings, which cannot be explained away.
The violent sects w/in the religion, have the instructions which tell them it’s acceptable to lie, cheat and to kill those who do not believe, (especially Jews) and they continue to proselytize other Muslims which do not follow their violent ways, making it the most dangerous group in the world. This is clearly seen in the Middle East, where many Palestinian children are taught to hate and to often laud becoming suicide bombers.
“The Great Commission” notes that it’s the job of the Christian to convert those who do not believe, but many Christian churches seem to be fearful of stepping into the front lines to attempt to convert Muslims, especially where the Muslim families are so hung up on pride … fearing that their daughters will marry infidels (non-Muslims) they even do “Honor Killings”.
It’s not necessarily the Christians who are at fault for not stepping into the battle; rather, my experience tells me, it seems to be that church “leaders” are not leading …… leaders also seem to fear their parishioners doing what was done by the 19 century heroes in the south before the Civil War – spiriting away slaves, by way of “underground railroads” which took them to the safety of the north.”
It’s not unusual that there seems to be more “nominal Christians” in church than there are real believers! One could easily compare the nominal (in name only) Christians to those Muslims which do not actually follow the violent instructions in the Qu’ran, but the irony is, that it’s not unusual for those seculars, who hate Christians, (truly sincere followers of Jesus), not ‘pretenders,’ to compare them to fundamentalist violent Muslims ……