The Myth of Peaceful and Moderate Muslims

Sujit Das

Sujit Das lives in Mumbai (India). He is the author of several articles critical of Islam and two books "Islam Dismantled: The Mental Illness of Prophet Muhammad" and "The Allah Delusion". He can be contacted at [email protected]

3 Responses

  1. Nikki says:

    Luckily. more and more people are realizing that “moderate” muslims are part of the problem. When they repeat the same 10 arguments and display the same self-righteousness over and over again, it’s hard not to catch on.

    Still, more people need to realize this. Many are caught up in terrorism, when it’s the supremacist attitude and behavior shared by practically all muslims that’s the real problem. The root of this behavior is of course their religion. Quran 48:29 is a good place to start.

    Then the question is, how would you know if your nice-looking moderate friend is an islamic supremacist in disguise. Well, they’re always some telltale signs:

    1. They brag that islam is the “fastest growing religion in the world.” First, bragging is immodest. (Have you seen a Christian brag about how they’re the largest religion in the world?) Second, if islam were truly spiritual it would need not concern itself with its numbers here on earth. The only reason one would brag is because they would like to see islam dominate in every way because more muslims = more people to spread sharia faster. So when they brag you could say, “Why brag unless you plan on muslims subjugating the earth. You know that’s what radicals want too right?”

    2. Whenever a terror attack happens, they will only focus on any MUSLIM victims, NOT the non-muslim ones. For example, after the Nice terror attacks a bunch of muslims online were saying that the terrorist couldn’t possibly be islamic because one of the victims was a muslim. There was also a popular muslim youtuber Karim Metwaly who said the Orlando terror attacks were bad because it happened during Ramadan, NOT because a bunch of gays were killed in the name of islam for being gay. smh.

    3. Any criticism of islam is met with epithets (“racist bigoted islamophobe”), verbal or physical assaults, or playing the victim card (e.g. “most of ISIS’s victims are muslims!” “well, muslims didn’t start WW1 or WW2, so our religion can’t possibly be violent”, etc.). Yet, they don’t mind criticizing your religion or seeing it criticized.

    On a side note, understanding islamic victim mentality is a MUST as it is part of their strategy for gaining sympathizers who can help them push for aspects of islamic law. Motion M103 in Canada is a great example of this.

    4. Condoning, either directly or indirectly, discriminatory practices, such as Saudi Arabia banning all non-muslims from Mecca and Medina, or most muslim governments like Malaysia banning non-muslims from proselytizing their religion to muslims, while letting muslims proselytize to them.

    That’s just a start.

  2. Walter Sieruk says:

    Many so called “moderate Muslims” do, in some degree, take part in which is called the”stealth jihad.”
    What is known as the Stealth jihad otherwise called the Muslim method of Islamic Gradualism. In contrast to the way of the violent jihad or also called the militant jihad .This non-violent form of the jihad for Islam is a very sly, insidious, subtle and deceptive way of working for the advancement of Islam.
    This Muslim scheme for achieving the goal of the Islamic agenda is as, many times, as subtly effective as it is demonically clever. Furthermore, this Islamic gradualism, in some ways, is very similar to the instruction printed in the book entitled THE ART OF WAR by Sun Tzu. Which reads “At first, then, exhibit the coyness of a maiden, until the enemy gives you an opening; afterwards emulate the rapidity of a running hare, and it will be too late for the enemy to opposes you”

  3. Sujit Das says:

    No meaningless ranting at this section, please. Please read the article and put your valuable comments. Please don’t divert serious readers’ attention with irrelevant matters, such as Christianity-Islam comparisons, hate speech etc. If you like the article, please share it on Facebook and other social media. Let the truth spread.

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