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September 20, 2016


A Day in the Life of Religion of Peace Cleric:  Pulverize, Kill and Subjugate

This prayer, while given a looooooong time ago, all the way back to September 14, 2016, but old as it is, may give us some insight into the mind of the religion of peace.  Guess the folks in DC don’t get this kind of news.

Palestinian preacher Abdallah Ayed also beseeched Allah “to vanquish America and Russia.”

“Oh Allah, blow up their capital cities and their planes, pulverize their ships and kill their soldiers,” Ayed said.

“Oh Allah, we ask you to subjugate them and burn them… burn all they have with your fire.”


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My personal theory - totally unscriptural - is that the Muslim “allah” is actually Satan.  Muslims might have a genetic connection to Abraham through Ishmael but Islam is in no way an Abrahamic faith.  Obviously, Jews and Christians may share the same God, but Jews do not realize His triune nature.  However, thee is virtually no connection between the Lord Almighty - Father, Son & Holy Ghost and the Islamic deity.

[1] Posted by Nikolaus on 9-20-2016 at 08:57 PM · [top]

Nikolaus, I will not say that their god is Satan.  However, my belief is that Satan or one of the fallen angels that is in league with Satan, visited Mohammad to deliver a false gospel that is heretical to the Judaeo/Christian beliefs.  I think the same is true of Mormonism; Joseph Smith was also visited by angels that delivered a false gospel.

Islam is one of Satan’s biggest successes in drawing people away from the Truth as it has about a billion “believers” (about 15% of the world population).  As pointed out by Jackie, it uses violence to keep its adherents in line and create new “believers”.  That is the only way it has succeeded for the last 1400 years.

[2] Posted by BillB on 9-21-2016 at 08:42 AM · [top]

<sarcasm on> I foresee a bright future for this cleric participating in inter-faith “services” with TEC, likely at the National Cathedral; PCUSA, at a service celebrating their latest anti-Israel resolution; and the UMC, as they exhort folks to “follow your own path,” to quote one of their TV ads from a few years back.  I wonder if he’ll start in Londonistan or in DC with the sponsorship of the National Council of Churches. </sarcasm off>

[3] Posted by Daniel on 9-21-2016 at 09:23 AM · [top]

I understand your hesitancy BillB but otherwise we are in close agreement.

[4] Posted by Nikolaus on 9-21-2016 at 12:18 PM · [top]

We’re reading _The Evolution of God_ in the Congregation Beth Israel adult study. Wright supports the idea that Islam is based on heretical (Antiochese) Christian teaching.

[5] Posted by TomRightmyer on 9-22-2016 at 01:14 AM · [top]

Islam is listed as one of the world’s major religions, but Islam is first and foremost a comprehensive system of governance (sharia).  Yes, a religious faith is covalently bonded to this system of governance.  However, it seems to me to be a category error to say it is comparable to Buddhism, Hinduism, or Christianity.  It belongs in a category to itself.

[6] Posted by Jill Woodliff on 9-22-2016 at 03:16 AM · [top]

#5, Islam seems to have its roots in anti-trinitarian heresies current in the areas just outside the reach of the East Roman empire in late antiquity.  It is explicitly anti-Christian in its foundational teachings (and anti-Judaism also).

[7] Posted by Katherine on 9-22-2016 at 02:19 PM · [top]

#6.  I now know why liberals like it.

[8] Posted by Pb on 9-22-2016 at 02:49 PM · [top]

[9] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 9-22-2016 at 03:06 PM · [top]

#s 1 and 2, Interesting ideas about the Islamic faith…... I think you are on to something. There is indeed heresy in Islamic teaching about Christ.  TBTG for those who do fight these heresies with truth! May God raise up more people to combat these heresies!

[10] Posted by SC blu cat lady on 9-26-2016 at 02:06 PM · [top]

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