Wednesday, January 13, 2010



"Our followers ‘must live in peace until strong enough to wage jihad’"

"One of the world’s most respected Deobandi scholars believes that aggressive military jihad should be waged by Muslims 'to establish the supremacy of Islam' worldwide.

"Justice Muhammad Taqi Usmani argues that Muslims should live peacefully in countries such as Britain, where they have the freedom to practise Islam, only until they gain enough power to engage in battle.

"His views explode the myth that the creed of offensive, expansionist jihad represents a distortion of traditional Islamic thinking."

Then . . . the usual Moslem excuse:

"Mr Usmani told The Times that Islam and Modernism was an English translation of his original Urdu book, 'which at times gives a connotation different from the original'”.

Deception, lies, "lost in translation," etc. As always, Islam runs true to form. That is, we got Islam's number. And it does not change, no matter what deceit spews out of Islamic maws.

. . . and there are soothing comments by readers, such as,

"Muslims want the same things other Britons do: a better life. And they want the same things other people of faith do: peace, justice and God's pleasure."

Yeah sure, so pay no attention to what is going around you, people. "Believe us Moslems, we never lie."

[only when we have to, so that we can soothe you until we are strong enought to subjugate you.]

More, much more, at . . .

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American Congress for TruthP.O. Box 6884Virginia Beach, VA 23456

ALSO . . .

. . . an interesting observation by a reader from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in connection with a related Times article

"Rene Grousset, the French historian, has correctly observed that, as majorities, Muslims are intolerant, and, as minorities, they are turbulent. In 14 centuries Muslims have not been able to develop an ideology of co-existence, within the same space, with communities belonging to a different cultural persuasion. And the media and the politicians in the West, and in India, are afraid to say it. It is a pity. British support of Mus "

Edmonton, Canada

"Two faces of British youth in thrall to sinister Muslim sect"

. . . and more

Forked Tongues

British Muslims should recognise the threat of Deobandi extremism

"Extremist poison can lurk in the body politic for centuries. The militant hardline Islamic sect that preaches hatred for Jews, Christians and Hindus, scorns the values of British society and incites Muslims to apocalyptic violence against its enemies can trace its roots back to the Indian Mutiny. After the suppression of the 1857 uprising, a group of Muslims set up a seminary in Deoband as an act of defiance against imperial rule. The message was uncompromising: Muslims had to reject any compromise with Western values, cut all contact with nonbelievers and prepare themselves for conflict to establish the global victory of Islam. That Deobandi message of hatred is now, 140 years later, being preached from mosques across Britain. It is a serious threat to civil society, to religious tolerance and to the hundreds of thousands of British Muslims it seeks to ensnare, as we report today.
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Comment on the above:

"Hardly ever would a smile strech across my face when reading the news but the utter nonsense of this article sure did. Deobandi's first are not a sect, they are simply Sunni muslims from Hannafi Sect, which makes up the largest group in the Islamic population. They are also the most visible or should we say overt muslims because they actually practice Islam to its teachings ie Islamic dress, men supporting beards, observing fast and you may see them praying salaat at work. Oppossed to 'moderate' muslims who may behave and come across as a Hindus until you are aware of their arabic name. Typically holding traditional Pakistani cultural values and only going to the mosque on Fridays, not praying the 5 times a day. Most of the youth today accepts Sheikh Riyadh-ul-Haq as a mentor because of his efficiency in clarrifying the meaning of this life and giving them direction. His speeches have never meant to distance the British muslim youth from society because they are the culture of today."

Amir Mahmood, Coventry, United Kingdom

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First published on 9-13-2007 at the original Islamic Danger blog as