Geert Wilders is a Kufr


A reader named D. Taylor, sent us the following message:

As I read the excellent article about loving all things kufr, I envisioned all kinds of possible buttons:

Einstein was a kufr
Shakespeare was a kufr
Galileo was a kufr
Michelangelo was a kufr
Vivaldi, Bach, Strauss, Beethoven, Wagner... all kufrs
Martin Luther King Jr was a kufr
Gandhi was a kufr
Elvis was a kufr

Artists would like to wear a button that says:

Rembrandt was a kufr
DaVinci was a kufr
Monet was a kufr
Manet was a kufr
Picasso was a kufr

Atheists could list Carl Sagan
Southerners could list General R.E. Lee or Jefferson Davis

John Wayne was a kufr
Orson Wells was a kufr

... and all that was before getting to the bottom of the article where you solicit artists to help out..., I'd like to add to the request: ask computer programmers to create a web page or app wherein anyone can plug in the name of their favorite kufr. Such buttons would show just how much of our wonderful world comes to us from the (free) minds and hearts of notorious kufrs. Besides, people like to wear things that tell others what they do, who they are, and what they like.

Of course, this only works with famous people who lived after 622 A.D. (Recall that they claim that Jesus was a muslim!)

My favorite button would say: "Jesus Loves kufrs." (Not just because it is true, but because it would be so inflammatory.)

I hope to see something soon so I can start printing buttons for myself (one for every day of the week) and for all my friends.

Thank you for all you do for civilization.


A Culture of Slavery Cannot Coexist With a Culture of Freedom — One Must Dominate


One way to think about what we're doing is that we are trying to stop the Islamization of the West. Another (perhaps more inspiring) perspective is that a culture of freedom is coming into conflict with a culture of slavery and only one can dominate because they are mutually exclusive.

Which means that our goal is to make freedom dominate the world.

Some things cannot coexist. If it's night, it cannot also be day. If something is wet, it cannot also be dry. You can't be faithful and promiscuous.

The most fundamental principle of Islam is slavery. According to Islamic definitions, a Muslim is a slave to Allah. Islamic doctrine not only condones slavery but sanctifies it. And the ideology insists on a strict hierarchy. Islam must dominate all other religions and political systems. That's the goal. It allows for no mutuality or equality among religions or political systems.

Let's do a mind experiment. Let's say we have two groups living on an island. One wants to cooperate and live together as equals, the other is completely committed to dominating or enslaving the members of the other group. What will happen? Given enough time, one of those two ways of being will dominate the whole island. They cannot coexist indefinitely.

People in the West now feel hesitant to "impose" their values on other people. But the values of human rights and freedom do not belong to any particular culture. They are born in our hearts. Every person yearns to be free. Every person wants to be treated humanely. Even Muslims. But the ideology of Islam says a Muslim's only opportunity to gain freedom is to make it to Paradise. And the way to make it to Paradise is to follow Muhammad's example. The only way for a Muslim man to guarantee he will make it to Paradise is to die while fighting against non-Muslims in jihad. This ideology cannot coexist with freedom and human rights. One must dominate the other.

I wish it weren't true. I wish the true believers in orthodox Islam could just be confined to some remote place and let the rest of us live in peace. But the fundamental goal of Islam is to bring the whole earth under the rule of Islamic law, so an orthodox Muslim must always try to achieve this goal or he doesn't have a chance of making it to Paradise. And the only other option is eternal torture in hell (vividly described in the Koran). He is highly motivated.

Either the free countries must continue to impose freedoms and rights on the Muslim world (and continue to defend those freedoms and rights in their own countries) or the reverse is going to happen: Muslims will impose their own strict limits to freedom and rights everywhere they can. If you thought this thing was going to be over soon, you were dreaming. Islam must be continually fought back, exposed, marginalized, discredited — and freedoms and rights must be continually imposed and defended.

This struggle is nothing new. There have always been those who strive to impose their will on others, and there have always been those who strive to be free. Islam is just the latest iteration of this endless struggle.

This is an epic battle. If you ever wanted your life to count for something, if you ever wanted to give yourself to a purpose you recognize as a mighty one, here it is. Are you in?


An Important Political Figure Flirted With Honesty About the Real Problem


When most politicians speak about Islamic violence, what they say is so far from the truth, it is closer to the opposite of what's true. But what about this comment by a major world figure in politics:

"Some argue it's because of historic injustices and recent wars, or because of poverty and hardship. This argument, what I call the grievance justification, must be challenged.

"So when people say 'it's because of the involvement in the Iraq War that people are attacking the West,' we should remind them: 9/11 — the biggest loss of life of British citizens in a terrorist attack — happened before the Iraq War.

"What I call the grievance justification, must be challenged.... When they say that these are wronged Muslims getting revenge on their Western wrongdoers, let's remind them: from Kosovo to Somalia, countries like Britain have stepped in to save Muslim people from massacres — it's groups like ISIL, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram that are the ones murdering Muslims.

"Now others might say: it's because terrorists are driven to their actions by poverty. But that ignores the fact that many of these terrorists have had the full advantages of prosperous families or a Western university education.

"Now let me be clear, I am not saying these issues aren't important. But let's not delude ourselves. We could deal with all these issues — and some people in our country and elsewhere would still be drawn to Islamist extremism.

"No — we must be clear. The root cause of the threat we face is the extremist ideology itself."

Now apart from that last phrase, "extremist ideology," that's pretty good, don't you think? Can you guess who said it? The UK's Prime Minister, David Cameron. Read more about his remarks here: David Cameron Declares War on Islamic Extremism.

P.S. Here's why I have a problem with the word "extremist:" Are All Extremists Dangerous?


Can You Trust Your Muslim Neighbors?


After the Islamic State [IS] entered the Syrian city of Hassak√®, prompting a mass exodus of Christians, a familiar, though often overlooked scene, took place: many otherwise “normal” Muslims joined ranks with IS, instantly turning on their longtime Christian neighbors.

This is the third category of Muslims that lurks between “moderates” and “radicals”: “sleepers,” Muslims who appear “moderate” but who are merely waiting for circumstances to turn to Islam’s advantage before they join the jihad; Muslims who are waiting for the rewards of jihad to become greater than the risks.

There is no lack of examples of these types of Muslims. The following are testimonials from non-Muslims, mostly Christian refuges from those regions of Iraq and Syria that became under Islamic State (or other jihadi) control. Consider what they say about their longtime Sunni neighbors who appeared “moderate” — or at least nonviolent — but who, once the jihad came to town, exposed their true colors...

...Those are the opening paragraphs of an important new article by Raymond Ibrahim. He then quotes non-Muslim testimonials from refugees. Check it out: When Muslims Betray Non-Muslim Friends and Neighbors.

This phenomenon is in line with Islam's Rule of Numbers, which Ibrahim has discussed elsewhere. The larger the percentage of Muslims in an area, the more aggressively they insist on Islamic norms.


Powerful Muslim Organizations Intimidate Hollywood Producers to Portray Islam Positively


Movies not only entertain, they inform, they influence emotions and they can affect the general public's worldview. Powerful Muslim organizations use harassment and intimidation to coerce Hollywood producers to give their audience a positive view of Islam.

"Organizations which sympathize and associate with jihadists," says Deborah Weiss, are given influence "over what the film industry says about Islam and Muslims." In a recent article, Weiss says, "several of CAIR's former leaders are now in jail on terror-related convictions. Moreover, virtually all of CAIR's leadership supports Hamas and Hezbollah," both of which are designated by the United States as terrorist organizations. "Nevertheless, CAIR is actively instructing Hollywood on how to depict Islam and Muslims. Here are some examples from Weiss's excellent article:

Paramount Pictures’ “Sum of All Fears” was based on a book by Tom Clancy and starred Ben Affleck. The original plot was about Muslim terrorists who shot down an Israeli jet flying over Syria, which was carrying nuclear weapons.

CAIR complained about “negative stereotyping of Muslims” and lobbied to get the script changed for two years prior to the film’s release. Eventually, the villains were altered from Muslim terrorists to Austrian neo-Nazis.

Twentieth Century Fox produced “True Lies,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis, a movie about an Islamic terrorist and a spy with an unfaithful wife.

CAIR demanded a meeting with the producers. When it was declined, CAIR issued leaflets and held numerous activities protesting the film. Eventually, FOX made a disclaimer stating that the film is a work of fiction and doesn’t represent the actions or beliefs of any particular religion.

“Kingdom of Heaven,” also produced by Twentieth Century FOX, starred Liam Neeson and Orlando Bloom. It concerned the Crusades and the battle for Jerusalem.

To avoid problems, the producers gave CAIR a special pre-screening of the film and hired a Muslim consultant who is anti-Israel and believes America is a racist society. Accordingly, several scenes were cut prior to the film’s release. In the end, the movie was a skewed account of the Crusades, not only depicting the Christians as murderers and hypocrites, but the Muslims as morally superior.

CAIR-NY has gone so far as to demand that CBS stop airing all films, TV and radio shows on the subject of Islamic terrorism, whether fact or fiction, claiming that these “defame” Muslims. CAIR-NY argued that the shows cause discrimination and subject Muslim children to harassment. “Not Without My Daughter,” starring Sally Field, and several Chuck Norris movies were among the films that CAIR wanted off the air. To boycott all CBS radio and TV shows from both the CBS News and entertainment divisions as well as their advertisers, CAIR-NY started an online petition. Consequently, CBS changed the title of a Chuck Norris film, telling the Los Angeles Times in 2003 that in an upcoming film on terrorism it would remove all portrayals of Muslims.

“24 Hours” was a hit syndicated TV series produced for the FOX Channel. It was about a counter-terrorism agent who tried to thwart cyber, biological and chemical terrorist attacks. It won numerous awards, including a Golden Globe and an Emmy. It showed villains from a range of backgrounds, including German, Russian, American and Muslim.

After one episode which portrayed a Muslim family as part of a sleeper cell, CAIR met with FOX to complain. FOX capitulated, cutting additional scenes that presented Muslims negatively. FOX also issued a statement explaining that the show is fiction and assumes people can distinguish fiction from reality. FOX also allowed CAIR to air public service announcements of Muslims from different ethnicities, stating “I am an American Muslim.”

CAIR is not the only Muslim organization influencing Hollywood in this way. 

CAIR and other organizations do all this with impunity and very little resistance because there is not enough pushback from people who know better. And there is not enough pushback because not enough people understand the disturbing nature of Islamic doctrine. That's where you come in.


New "I Love Kufr" Design


As a follow up to the I Love Kufr article of a few days ago, we received this message:

The "I love Kufr" idea is brilliant. I'm not a professional graphic artist but I made this and offer it to you. Could you use it? Can you suggest improvements?

I loved it and asked for permission to post it, and he said yes. He added, "This is so good. I had the logo on my PC as I was making it and an employee saw it and said, 'what is kufr?' A chance to bring up the topic."

Feel free to use this image any way you want. Create a tee shirt at CafePress with it, use it as your Facebook profile picture, add it as a signature to your emails, etc.

If you have suggestions, leave them as a comment on this article (click here to leave a comment), or email us here. And if you have some designs to share, email them to us.


I Love Kufr


The following was written by the creative genius, Greg Hamilton. The idea below unites non-Muslims, says something positive about non-Muslims, and rejects Islam, all in one little statement. Brilliant.

Kufr is an Arabic word meaning disbelief — specifically disbelief in the truth claims of Islam.

Kufr is the absence of Islamic belief.

Kufr can be any degree of doubt about the truth of Islam right up to complete rejection of its claims.

Islam at its core is an assertion. The assertion is that Muhammad's claim about himself is true. The whole edifice of Islam is built around that assertion. The shahada, the Muslim declaration of faith, is an affirmation of related assertions: One, that there is a God and, two, that Muhammad is his final messenger. "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is His messenger".

Islam grew as a means of defending and extending the scope of that assertion. To be committed to that assertion is to be a Muslim and any doubt regarding its truth is a failure of belief; that is kufr. This failure of belief is treated as disloyalty and betrayal in Islam.

Kufr can therefore be used to refer to all that negates Islam in some way. All that lies outside Islam and which Islam is programmed to eradicate, all this is kufr or unbelief. All that can lead Muslims to abandon the core assertion of Islam is a form of kufr. Kufr is a useful little word for summing up everything that is not Islam or which runs against it.

All those things that are not Islam stand in opposition to Islam by virtue of Islam's opposition to them. To say "I love kufr" is an affirmation of all that Islam would like to destroy in order to defend its core assertion.

We can use the term kufr to refer to the plurality of beliefs, ideas, cultures, and activities which are not Islamic and which, by virtue of Islam's own opposition to all that is not Islamic, are threatened with annihilation by Islam. It is not enough that these things present no threat to Muslims in themselves because by their mere existence they present temptations for Muslims to abandon Islam and must therefore be removed.

Some of the many things we can put in the category of kufr are:

  • free inquiry
  • freedom of conscience
  • freedom of speech
  • figurative art in all its wonderful variety
  • music in all its wonderful variety
  • democracy
  • cultural pluralism
  • dancing and fun in all their wonderful variety
  • science

"I love kufr" is a way of saying "Islam's core assertion is false. I repudiate and reject it." It is a way of affirming all things non-Islamic. It is a way of saying "I refuse to be intimidated by Islam's vile nonsense." It is a statement of defiance and rebellion.

Kufr is any failure to strictly uphold the beliefs of Islam and since the beliefs of Islam are so terrible it is a cause for celebration when Muslims are less Islamic to any degree. Better still is the loss of belief altogether.

Loving kufr is loving the absence of Islamic belief.

Why should one love the absence of Islamic belief? Why love kufr?

Because where Islamic belief is absent:

  • there is no Sharia
  • there is room for innocent fun
  • there is more freedom
  • there is music and dancing
  • life can move on and evolve
  • there are no burkhas, chadors, niqabs, or hijabs
  • there is no jihad
  • life is better for everyone

And in that blessed moment of kufr when a Muslim loses his or her belief all Creation smiles.

When Islamic belief gives way to kufr beautiful things happen. We pay homage to the beauty of kufr.

One thing that I hope to do is to show how many great Muslim people have rejected Islam in total or in part and that this will demonstrate that there is nothing immovable or sacrosanct about Islamic belief; that Westerners who are afraid to criticize Islam for various reasons will take heart from the courageous examples of others; and also that it will take the fight to the enemy by celebrating the negation of Islam and repudiate its core assertion.

Button badges are available here (or copy the image above and share it).

You can read more by Greg Hamilton here:

Editor's note: If you are an artist, I invite you to render this statement in many ways  in the form of a bumper sticker, for example. In different colors. And to have many different artistic versions of this button, and perhaps images people could use on their Facebook pages, or as signatures at the end of their emails, etc. If you're an artist, let us see what you can do. Send your images here: Citizen Warrior.


Put a Little Hurt on the Muslim Brotherhood


This is from Dr. Bill Warner, founder of The Center For the Study of Political Islam:

The Muslim Brotherhood group, CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), is campaigning to be named one of the "top-rated non-profit" organizations for 2015. Here's a great opportunity to flood the website called 'Great Nonprofits' with the sad truth about CAIR.

Here you go...Let them know how all the "Islamophobes" in America feel about them! So far they are at 1.5 stars (out of 5).

Go here and make your comments: Great Nonprofits - CAIR.

Educate educate educate.

This is a great opportunity for you to practice making a case that would appeal to a multiculturalist who believes all religions are basically the same and thinks that deep down everyone is good. Imagine you are writing to someone like that, and make your case.

If you think you've made a good comment, share it with us here in the comments below. We should learn from each other how to get our message across in the most influential way possible.


A Legal Case For Ending Muslim Immigration


We recently received the following email:

I am an ACTivist in California, and I follow your website daily. Lately, there has been an increasing call for a halt in Muslim immigration. There is actually a law on the books that would allow the President to ban the immigration of certain groups of people:

8 U.S. Code § 1182 - Inadmissible aliens (f) Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by President

Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.

It sounds like a great idea. Needless to say, our current President would be unlikely to do that. The other problem is making a case to justify such action. Check out this list of 45 Muslim terror attacks since 9/11/01 just published by WND. The list is hardly complete, as two notable honor murders for Fatima Abdallah (2009) and Shaima Alawadi (2012) are missing. Of the 45, as far as I can determine, only 9 were perpetrated by alien Muslims. The rest of the Muslims were naturalized U.S. citizens.

Maybe the appropriate and sell-able action would be to follow the example of the Charlottesville massacre. We didn’t round up all of the rednecks or KKK members. Instead we lowered the Confederate flag. Somehow we have to condemn and ostracize the Quran as “hate speech” or “incitement to violence” using the same language that the OIC is using in its attempts to criminalize any criticism of Islam. UN Resolution 16/18 calls for “taking a unified and determined stand to combat intolerance and hatred based on religion or belief.” (per Sixth OIC Observatory Report 2012)

There are plenty of texts in the Quran that meet that condition — including Surahs 5:60 and 2:65 (Jews are apes), 5:51 (friendship with Christians and Jews forbidden), and 5:63 (rabbis and priests commit evil). The Skeptics Annotated Bible website lists 537 intolerant verses in the Quran based on religion or lack thereof. That could certainly provide grounds for condemning the Quran.

Chris, Los Angeles


The Muslim Invasion of Brazil


Someone left the following comment on our article, The Islamic Infiltration of South America:

I'm from Curitiba, South Brazil, and since 2014, thousands of Muslims are landing here. Every single town is receiving buses of Muslim immigrants, and our government is involved. The federal government is increasing federal gun control to the Brazilian people since 2005, and we're becoming unarmed and surrounded.

Some local news below (in Portuguese):


An Idea That Would Create a Sudden Rise in Public Awareness About Islam


A reader named Brad wrote in with the following message. We thought it was an idea that might help accomplish our primary goal: Educating the public about Islam. If you have the money and you want to do something about the problem of Islam, you might consider the following idea. Here's what Brad wrote:

I think this would make a great billboard. It would cause a lot of people to get active:

You're only allowed to say things about Islam that Islam permits.

You're on notice. You've been warned.

If you saw a billboard on the side of the road which said that, how would you feel about it?

Isn't it the truth? Don't Muslims threaten people with violence every time someone says something that is not allowed to be said about Islam?

Do you think Muslims would complain about such a sign? If Muslims did complain, people would just have to say, "Is Muhammad allowed to be criticized?" "Are people allowed to criticize the Quran?"

Of course they'd say no. Then you'd just say, "What are we 'allowed' to say?" Check mate!

We all know that Muslims threaten violence whenever someone says something they're not "allowed" to say. Let's use that to our advantage to motivate the public.

I think such signs should be put up all over the country.

It wouldn't be long before the media got hold of it. Then the whole world would know what those billboards said. Would you rather see a sign like that when Muslims form the largest religious group in this country and they control all the major institutions in this country? Or would you rather see a sign like that now?


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