Tag Archives: Jihad

blog 30: a big heart vs no heart at all

“The trouble is” I explained “is that most fatwas carve out an exception. ‘Good Muslims should not kill women and children and old people but…. and except…. and during….. . For instance! ‘In times of war’ or else ‘in the … Continue reading

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blog 29: Doctor Qadri explains it all

Doctor Qadri is short but pleasant although he has a melancholy cast about him. He is extremely nearsighted. He wears spectacles so thick they make him look like an owl! But he seems, like all Sufi, to be very kind! … Continue reading

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blog 27: the master race out of control when they are no longer in control

And I have always found that there is nothing quite so scary as a Muslim who once thought he was absolutely in control, the Master Race, now suddenly out of control, about to reap the whirlwind! The Muslims of India, … Continue reading

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blog 26: the greater jihad and the lessor jihad — winner takes all

Only the Sufi actually believe Jihad really means the spiritual struggle against evil within and without — never armed, and preferably confined entirely to the soul. A struggle of Living instead of Killing. A struggle of cleansing the soul rather … Continue reading

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blog 25: jihad

The only way to not be targeted for Jihad Ghazi was to either convert to Islam, fight and die, or surrender to dhimmitude which was a legal condition of subhuman sub citizenship under a treaty of inferiority acknowledging the superiority … Continue reading

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