Can you tell me where you can find the following quotes?
“I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man. She must be quiet.”
“Your women are your fields, so go into your fields whichever way you like…”
“Go, now, attacxxxx and deal with him and all that he has under the ban. Do not spare him, but kill men and women, children and infants, oxen and sheep, camels and asses.”
“When thy XXXX was revealing to the angels, ‘I am with you; so confirm the believers. I shall cast into the unbelievers’ hearts terror; so smite above the necks, and smite every finger of them!’”
“You shall not behave thus toward XXX your XXX, for every abominable act which XXXX hates they have done for their XXXX; for they even burn their sons and daughters in the fire to XXXX.
“Slay the idolaters”
“Happy those who seize your children and smash them against a rock.”
On the last post an Article appearing on the Atlantic
drew a lot of interest. It gives an accurate account as to the operational differences between Al-Qaeda and Daesh. One is a militant organization the other an “extremist militant group and self-proclaimed Islamic state and caliphate.” Both operate out of the dogmatic teachings found on the Quran and have terror as a law and the tool to justify evil.
Does Al-Qaeda and Daesh want different things? Yes, if you want to go off on some tangent–What matters, what we need to declare is a jihad on jihadists. The message needs to be more than the great military of the United States is coming for you–they already understand this and know the limitations–the message needs to be the people of the world are coming for you, no limits.
You can label, compartmentalize, and categorize the current situation but it’s too fluid in my opinion.
The Quran, the Bible or any religious text are mainly violent propaganda manuals with smattering of peaceful passages to mask the worst aspects. We need to move away from religion. But before that, we need to scorch the earth of violent groups that poison the message of billions of faithful people; which is we don’t need to preach death to have religion.
Al-Qaeda and Daesh are contemporary problems born out of complex contemporary issues, secondary to the discussion is what’s rooted in ancient decree–The majority of Muslims have rejected the violence, they know that their interest lie in peaceful coexistence.
I think the one thing that a lot people overlook, myself included, is the following found in the Atlantic article:
“…Before the caliphate, “maybe 85 percent of the Sharia was absent from our lives,” Choudary told me. “These laws are in abeyance until we have khilafa”—a caliphate—“and now we have one.”
This illustrates the main problem facing muslims today-before the radical minds took over, people reasoned out the dogmatic extreme aspects of Islam out just like Christians and people of other faiths have done for their respective religions for hundreds of years.
The time for discourse ( with the caliphates, the military leaders ) is over, the time to find common ground never existed under the sword of Islam–once extremism is dealt with, it can never be eradicated, Muslims in countries under extremist siege will move their religion to what millions of peaceful Muslims around the world practice.
Muslims are not sitting at home plotting to kill you, Muslims do not want to shove their religion down you throat, Muslims do not want to rule the world –only the fringe minority does, the psychopaths, the promoters of destruction, the ones drunk with blood lust–they use the ancient dogma to instill fear and take control, in this regard there is no difference between Al-Qaeda and Daesh.
Just in case anyone forgets this is what is important: