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December 7, 2010

Religion of Peace Update: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia Says Qur'an Is "Dominant" Over the Bible; "We Don't Need...Any Other Book"

Topics: Understanding Islam

Apparently, now God only speaks Arabic, which of course flies in the face of what Muslim soothsayers and their apologists in the West are always telling us about "a shared faith and values among the three great religions, who all revere the stories of the ancient prophets told in the Bible."

It's always about Islam dominating over something ... be it people, religions, governments, etc. One would think that sooner or later the West would actually catch-on to Islam's agenda ... Islam was born with the idea that it should rule the world.

As Professor Moshe Sharon, instructor of Islamic History at the Hebrew University, writes in "The Agenda of Islam - A War Between Civilizations":

[...] Now let's move to the essence of Islam. Islam was born with the idea that it should rule the world.

Let's look, then, at the difference between these three religions. Judaism speaks about national salvation - namely that at the end of the story, when the world becomes a better place, Israel will be in its own land, ruled by its own king and serving God. Christianity speaks about the idea that every single person in the world can be saved from his sins, while Islam speaks about ruling the world. I can quote here in Arabic, but there is no point in quoting Arabic, so let me quote a verse in English. "Allah sent Mohammed with the true religion so that it should rule over all the religions."

The idea, then, is not that the whole world would become a Moslem world at this time, but that the whole world would be subdued under the rule of Islam.

Read it all here ...

Posted by Richard at December 7, 2010 10:18 AM



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