YOU WANT TO help educate your fellow non-Muslims about Islam. An admirable goal. But you have a limited number of people that you know well enough to have that kind of conversation with. And if you've been at it for awhile, probably everyone you know has either already joined the Resistance or doesn't want to talk about it any more. But you still have the impulse to spread the word.
I have a possible solution. We've created several useful resources and many people in the counterjihad haven't yet heard of them. We need to get the word out. These are tools for the Resistance.
If you wish to accept this mission, go to blogs, web sites, Facebook pages, Yahoo Answers, etc., and promote the following:
1. The Pledge: This is a pledge people can sign online, pledging to read the Koran to find out for themselves what Islam is about. Read more about the Pledge.
2. WhatYouCanDoAboutIslam.com: This is a list of practical actions an ordinary citizen can take to help stop Islam's relentless encroachment.
3. Inquiry into Islam: This is a simple site covering basic information about Islam, and the content has been made user-friendly for people who don't know much about Islam.
4. Answers to objections: This is for people already committed to doing the one thing that needs to be done most, which is talking to their immediate social circle about Islam. It's a list of objections people will give you when you talk about Islam, and provides possible ways to answer each objection.
5. Principles of influence: This is also for people committed to the Resistance. It's a growing list of ideas to help us improve our effectiveness at changing the hearts and minds of those who don't want to believe the truth about the third jihad.
6. Approach training: This is a growing list of ideas for how to approach conversations about Islam with non-Muslims to create the best possible response.
7. Talk about Islam among non-Muslims: This is a forum for non-Muslims who are committed to sharing what they know about Islam with other non-Muslims. It is a place we can help and support and coach each other in this challenging task.
8. Stop Muslim immigration petition: This is the first step all free nations must take. So says Robert Spencer. And Geert Wilders, and many other experts on Islam's prime directive who have the guts to speak the truth. Achieving the goal of stopping Muslim immigration is probably a long way off, but one first step would be to sign a petition to show politicians that there is a large percentage of the population who would support a change in immigration policy. The effort to get others to sign it is a great opening for explaining some basic facts about Islam (by inviting them to sign it and answering their question when they ask why).
9. Basic Principles of Islam: This is a great resource to share with people who don't know much about Islam. And it is also a resource for you to use when you're making a point and don't want to have to explain it in depth. You can simply link to one of the principles.
10. What educated Muslims don't like about Islam in a nutshell: This is a very short but very informative and well-linked explanation of what it is exactly that we don't like about Islamic doctrine.
11. What makes Islam so successful? (or the terrifying brilliance of Islam): The Terrifying Brilliance is the most popular article in Citizen Warrior. It is thorough. It is long. But it gets through to people and is now available as a printable PDF document, making it easier to share in some contexts. What Makes Islam So Successful is a version of the same article that has been made user-friendly for those not yet educated about Islam.
So your mission, if you decide to accept it, is to find places, conversations, articles, and posts where it is appropriate to promote one of these resources — ideally find a place where it provides an answer to a problem.
For example, you may see a thread where a counterjihadist is arguing with a Muslim. Simply interject this comment: "To all non-Muslims reading this, answer your questions by reading the Koran yourself. Everything else is second-hand knowledge, subject to bias and spin. Take the pledge and read the Koran." And leave a link to the pledge.
Promote these tools to others. Make comments and leave links. The more people who know about them, the more good they can do.