Leaving Islam




Muslims and the imperceptibility of the West

By Mohammad Asghar

SOME political cartoons published by a Danish newspaper are behind the Muslims' rage, which they have been displaying for some days by resorting to all kinds of violence in the part of the world they call their own. They have attacked foreign embassies; they have burned the national flags of even those nations, which have nothing to do with the publication of the cartoons. Their agitation is also responsible for the death of some people.  

Muslims' violent reaction against the cartoons has generated huge debate among those people whose voice and discourses demand our attention. Some of the renowned debaters believe that the publication of the cartoons was not appropriate because, they maintain, Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, was not a political figure. They also tell us that, since depiction of his features in any form or shape is offensive to the Muslims, all the non-Muslims of the world should respect their religious sensitivity by being sensitive to the Muslims' Islamic beliefs.  

In my judgment, most of the non-Muslim debaters are wrong. All of them, who hold the above views, are misinformed. They are not aware of the True Islamic History, nor are they aware of the Islamic agendas that drive each Muslim's life on earth.  

Apart from being a religious dictator, Muhammad was also a brute and ruthless political leader. While forcing Islam on the Pagans, Jews and Christians of the Arabian Peninsula, he also established the first Islamic State, with its capital in Medina. It was this action of his that had led his successors to establish the Islamic Empire over one-third of our earth, and to rule over it for over 1,100 years.  

Since Muhammad was both a religious as well as a political dictator, non-Muslims have every right to publish, and see his cartoons in their newspapers. Any action taken by the Muslims to prevent them from expressing themselves and their views tantamount to interfering in their internal affairs as well as to denying them the right of _expression their political systems have granted them through their constitutions.  

No self-respecting and freedom-loving people should cave in to the Muslims' demands, no matter how violently they want to impose them on others. They should stand up, and face the madness of the Muslims, with all available means at their disposal. Failure to do so would eventually prove disastrous for the West.  

One day, it would find itself in the same position in which, the Philippines finds itself today. Embolden by its soft attitude towards its fast growing Muslim population, it is now fighting for its own existence. Had the authorities in the Philippines adopted a hard posture towards the Muslims before they could become a threat for its existence, it would have saved itself all the trouble, and the bloodbath, it is now struggling to prevent in the wake of a war of secession they have been fighting on its soil.  

The Quran tells the Muslims that the earth and all that that it contains belong to Allah (3:109). It also tells them that the only Religion that is acceptable to Him is Islam, which He made perfect (cf. 5:3), while Muhammad was still alive.  

As the followers of the perfect religion of Allah, Muslims are His Representatives on earth. This position of theirs makes them the owner of the whole earth as well as of everything that it contains.   

According to the above doctrine of Islam, non-Muslims are the illegal occupiers of the lands they are now living on. Since their religions are not acceptable to Allah, all of them must either be evicted from their homes, or be killed for refusing to submit themselves to Islam.  

Most Muslims' mind is heavily influenced by the above doctrine of their religion. It makes them dream for the day when they would become the owner of the entire earth by evicting or killing its non-Muslim inhabitants. They have been working secretly on their mission for a long time, but the publication of the cartoons by the Danish Newspaper has exposed their secret. It has also enabled the whole world to know how infuriated Muslims can become, if one dares to publish some cartoons of their Prophet.  


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