Six Suicidal Assumptions about Islam


1. Islam is about Muslims – no, Islam is about everyone. Islam has rules about everything, and that includes non-Muslims. 61% of the Koran is about non-Muslims. It has rules about whether or not Muslims should befriend non-Muslims; about how to treat non-Muslims captured in war; about whether non-Muslim women can be raped; the attitude to take towards the possessions of non-Muslims. Most of these rules are unfavourable or hostile toward non-Muslims.

2. Islam is a race (kind of) – there’s a lot of sloppy thinking about this. Making this assumption will render you incapable of any clear thinking on the subject. When you think about it, it’s obvious Islam is a belief system, but when people criticise Islam they are often accused of racism. Defenders of Islam are happy to exploit this tendency as a charge of racism carries such force in a society sensitised to it. But Islam is and always will be a belief system, not a gene pool.

3. Islam is a religion – there is a theme of personal salvation within Islam which gives it some similarities to other religions. However, this is not the main part of Islam. It is mainly a political and legal system with rules concerning the conduct of every imaginable subject from warfare to wiping your bottom. It is both highly political and very personal which may help to explain its huge capacity for taking offence. In a society concerned about discriminating against people on the basis of religion, the religious dimension of Islam can be exploited for political gain.

Islam teaches that achieving personal salvation is done through obeying all the rules and extending Islam’s control of the world. The surest way to personal salvation is by being killed whilst fighting for Islam.
Islam is often described by Muslims as a “total system of life”. This is a fair description. The effects of this system can be seen right across the Muslim world where women are subordinated, free expression is non-existent, and tyranny in one form or another is the norm.

4. The word “Islam” means “peace” – actually, “Islam” means “submission”. The basic idea is that perfect submission to the will of Allah brings peace. How do Muslims know the will of Allah? By studying what Muhammad said and did. What did Muhammad say and do? He brought new lands under the control of Islam and told his followers to do the same. So Muslims bring new lands under the control of Islam. When the whole world submits to the will of Allah, there will be “peace”, as Islam defines it.

In the past, Islam conquered new lands by following Muhammad’s example of military conquest. Today, this is less feasible so Islam follows Muhammad’s example of migration (al-Hijra). This is a 3 step process: (a) migrate (b) multiply (c) dominate. (b) is achieved by new arrivals, having large families, and converting the host population. (c) is achieved by subversion, increasing intimidation, then revolution. (a), (b) and (c) are mutually reinforcing. For example, the power achieved through (b) and (c) can be used to block controls on (a) migration.

5. Because most Muslims are not violent it must mean that Islam is not violent. The perception that most Muslims are not violent will depend on where you live. In those countries where Muslims are more dominant, they tend to be more aggressive. As a rule of thumb, where Muslims are a minority they are less violent. This goes back to the birth of Islam: when Muhammad had a small band of followers in Mecca, the message he gave them was peaceful and tolerant (“Let there be no compulsion in religion” is a favourite from this period); when he migrated to Medina and established dominance he and his followers became more violent (“Kill the unbelievers wherever ye find them” is a favourite from this period). The message he taught after migrating to Medina is saturated with violence. The principle here is that when Muslims are in a weak position, the Meccan message is uppermost; when they are dominant, the Medinan message is unleashed.

In effect, Islam is both violent and tolerant: when circumstances dictate, it is driven by the Meccan message; but, when circumstances allow, it switches to the Medinan message. Being a “good” Muslim and doing what’s right for Islam will change accordingly.

6. The best person to ask about Islam is a Muslim. About 90% of Muslims know very little about Islam. Most Muslims do not study Islam for themselves; they get their opinions ready-made from their leaders. They don’t have an in-depth knowledge and most probably don’t want it because the consequences of forming a deviant viewpoint can be fatal. Many Muslims are also in denial about the real nature of Islam.

Given what has been said about the Meccan and the Medinan messages, how do you know which message your Muslim is familiar with? And, if your Muslim knows the Medinan message is he/she going to tell you? There is a longstanding principle of using deception to protect the faith and the faithful in Islam which, as with all things Islamic, goes back to Muhammad’s own example.

The conclusions we reach reflect the assumptions we make. Start with false assumptions and you reach false conclusions. Start with suicidal assumptions and you reach suicidal conclusions. We don’t have to make these mistakes ourselves; our leaders are making them on our behalf. We and our children will suffer the consequences.

Islam has a foothold in our country. If you want to prevent that becoming a stranglehold by means of the “peace process” described in 5 above, you need to join the Resistance.

Find out more about Islam and why you should resist it at

(You can also download, print, and distribute this leaflet there too)

“The first victims of Islam were Muslims.” Ernest Renan

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Suicidal Assumptions About Islam

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Anonymous 4:42 AM  

This leaflet is designed to be left in public places or posted in mailboxes. It aims to challenge commonly held assumptions so that the reader might visit the website to get more information. It isn't aimed at battle-hardened citizen warriors! Try and put yourself in the position of average Joe/Joanne and their mental landscape. That landscape is furnished with assumptions and we have to get them examined.


Maus 7:37 AM  

We should organize a 'letter to the editor' campaign that would be as well written as this one:

Possibly base things off this article and the one in Phillyburbs.


vanhetgoor 3:57 AM  

The time has come that we have to speak up. The time to stay silent is gone. We must act now. We must fight islam till it is dead and forgotten.

We all must follow the same strategy. We must do this for the sake of humanity and all living creatures.

We must attack islam on its most vulnerable points, the lies that are told about islam are very hard to believe, it is very illogical. But speaking directly to moslems is maybe not the right way. Up front you may find a strong defence. It's a way of dealing with reality, a big system of interleaved lies that declare the other lies as the truth. It is useless fighting that. The islamic antidote for reality is only more lies. Therefor talking logic does not make sense to those who deliberately want to follow islam.

Maybe Mickey Mouse will help! Because there are more people in the world that believe in Mickey then there are people who believe in Allah. Making moslem understand that Allah is an silly idea, just like Mickey Mouse is, maybe that will make him to rethink is beliefs. Allah and Mickey are both thought up to help making money, explaining how the money flows will make moslems to face reality. Attacking the islam in its hart is attacking the flow of money, everything else is bullshit!

Anonymous 6:21 AM  

Trying to persuade a muslim to give up islam is pretty much a hopeless task. Muslims have too much to lose, especially the message that islam gives that they are inherently superior to non-muslims who must defer to them in every respect. Add to this the indoctrination they get that, whatever the logic of their opponents, the muslims must be right.

Yes there are some muslims who do leave islam, and some who are very good at being ex-muslims (Ibn Warraq and Ali Sina spring to mind). Unfortunately, many ex-muslims retain much of their indoctrination from islam. I observe that many ex-muslims may believe that merely by abandoning the concept of allah, they have left islam behind. allah may be the lynchpin of islam, but there is much evil that remains even in this hollow shell. They also often seem to believe that only they are capable of giving the correct perspective on islam. And in many ways this can be even more dangerous than the strict on-message muslim. Now, whenever I come across and ex-muslim, I prefer to reserve judgement until I see a wide range of his views.
Finally, Citizen Warrior, my huge thanks to you for helping me, and I expect many others, to understand the dangers of islam and your positive proposals for resisting those dangers.

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