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Our Newest Hate Crime: Islamaphobia

by Ed Kugler

posted in News and Society

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In today's world if anyone utters a word critical of the nation of Islam they are immediately labeled an 'Islamaphobe'. Ever wonder the origin's of the word? I've been curious. It's such a popular way to silence Islam's critics. It's quickly becoming the lexicon of our far left-leaning leaders.
The dictionary says Islam is the religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah. On the very tip of their spear this definition is certainly correct. The next part of the term is a phobia. A phobia is defined as an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something. So, Islamaphobia would be an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to Islam.
The operative words in that definition would be 'extreme' and 'irrational' fear. Are the fears and concerns of millions and millions of Americans extreme or irrational? That's exactly what the White House, the news media and the deceitful organizations of Islam would have you believe.
Let's take a quick look at the facts. First, Islam is not a religion of peace. It never has been and never will be. It has a 1,400-year history of violence starting with its Prophet. I remember September 5, 1972 like it was yesterday. A group of Muslims calling themselves Black September attacked Olympic village in Munich, Germany murdering 11 Israeli athletes. I remember when Sirhan Sirhan shot and killed Bobby Kennedy. We all remember what happened to the Twin Towers in New York.
Muslim's continue to murder and terrorize innocent people in the name of religion. Since that day in Munich over forty years ago there have been over 200 separate terror attacks around the world. All but one of those 200 were committed by a Muslim? Pardon me, but the fear and concern of the people of the free world is properly placed. It's not the words of Islam that's the problem. It's their behavior over the past 1,400 years.
The only example of a stable country in Islam is Saudi Arabia. Just last week a Saudi court ruled a 17-year-old boy, recently convicted of blasphemy, will be crucified. He received the death sentence for his 'unbelief'. If that's not enough to legitimize a fear of Islam, we have FGM or female genital mutilation. Not enough? Try beheading as a punishment, and the doctrine of Taqiyya, or in English, you can lie to infidels as long as it furthers the cause of Islam.
Those facts make the word 'Islamaphobia' interesting. Where did the term originate? In 1997 an organization, a think tank in the UK known as the Runnymede Trust, created the word in an effort to control the discussion regarding blasphemy against Islam. Under Sharia Law, you will be killed for blasphemy like the kid in Saudi Arabia. If you can control the conversation you can control the outcome.
In 2006 the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), a Muslim Brotherhood front group, adopted the term as part of their Ten Year Programme of Action and began a public relations campaign in the United Kingdom and the United States.
It's a creative approach to silencing the critics of Islam and quietly ushering in the beginnings of Sharia law. And the media just loves it. Presidential Candidate Ben Carson recently became an 'Islamaphobe'. He answered a question about Islam honestly. In the process he exposed the doctrine of Taqiyya. Taqiyya says it's okay to lie for Islam. Dr. Carson spoke the truth and was suddenly labelled. The Council on America Islamic Relations (CAIR), demanded he drop out of the race for the American Presidency. CAIR is another of many Muslim Brotherhood front organizations, used to silence its critics and enforce its anti-blasphemy laws in a country where they're forbidden by our Constitution.
The Muslim Brotherhood has many, many organizations like CAIR and the OIC working throughout America and the world. The OIC, mentioned above, claims to have a presence in 57 countries. They've been working with the United Nations trying to push a resolution forbidding the criticism of Islam. Do American's have a phobia of Islam? I'd say it's a rational fear based on historical fact. The world better wake up before it's too late, and it may already be too late.
Islamaphobia? I think not, it's Islamacertainty.
About the Author: Ed Kugler is a former Marine sniper with two consecutive tours in the Vietnam War. He is also a former atheist and now a Christian. He has been changing for a lifetime. He is a recovering alcoholic, successful business leader who made it to VP of Compaq Computer with no college degree, flunked high school English and has written six books.
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