Old Creeping Sharia

On January 13, 2016 Fox News published the following piece by Tommy De Seno. It is clearly the best outline of the purpose of all things Sharia I’ve read. Mr. DeSeno provides his readers insight into the depth of the lies Jihadis hide their active war behind.

From http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/01/13/does-islamic-company-selling-sharia-compliant-mortgages-control-asbury-park-nj-boardwalk.html

…In his book, a questioner asked Usmani if it was necessary to commit Jihad against a Western country, if Muslims were already free to practice and preach Islam there.

Usmani answered that the right to practice and preach Islam wasn’t good enough. Muslims must break the “grandeur and domination” of non-believers in the West, as dominance gives a psychological advantage. He then cited the Koran, thusly:

Here, killing is to continue until the unbelievers pay Jizyah [a Muslim tax on non-Muslims], after they are humbled or overpowered. If the purpose of killing was only to acquire permission and freedom of preaching Islam, it would have said “until they allow for preaching Islam.” But the obligation of Jizyah and along with it the mention of their subordination is a clear proof that the purpose is to smash their grandeur, so that the veils of the domination should be raised and people get a chance to think over the blessings of Islam.

Usmani made two other points consequential to the West. First, he said if Muslims do not posses the capability of “Jihad with Power” then agreements can be maintained “until power is attained.” Second, he opined that imperialism by conquering other lands was a legitimate goal of Islam…

Usmani is still pictured as guidance residential’s chairman.

Read and learn at http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/01/13/does-islamic-company-selling-sharia-compliant-mortgages-control-asbury-park-nj-boardwalk.html


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