What Do You Call a 53-Year-Old Man Who Has Sex With a 9-Year-Old Girl?

Tuesday

This is not counterjihadist propaganda. Islamic scholars and imams around the world accept it as an historical fact that Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, married his favorite wife, Aisha, when she was six years old and consummated their marriage when she was 9.

This would be inconsequential except for two very important things:

  1. It was written down.
  2. Islam's most revered book (the Koran) says no less than 91 times that Muhammad is the ideal example of conduct for Muslims.

Unfortunately, the problem isn't confined to marriage. Muhammad serves as a model of conduct in other ways. He ordered non-Muslims assassinated for criticizing Islam, he aggressively conquered non-Muslims through war, he tortured, he raped, he owned slaves, and much more. And his example has been preserved in writing for all time.

This article has been also posted here on Inquiry Into Islam and here on Foundation for Coexistence, so you can share it with any friends or relatives of yours who might find this to be inflammatory — they might be more inclined to read it coming from a site without "warrior" in the name.

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Encouraging Non-Muslim Immigration in India

Friday

Indian parliament passed a controversial citizenship bill yesterday making it easier for non-Muslim immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan to seek Indian citizenship. The ruling party argues the bill will give sanctuary to people fleeing religious persecution, while critics argue the bill is discriminatory (and petitioned the Supreme Court).

- Excerpted from The New Paper, December 12, 2019.

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Do You Know Muslims Who Are Really Nice People?

Monday

It's really not that hard,
so it doesn't mean anything.
For years I've been working with many people from many different countries, including several Muslims. One Muslim in particular is a very nice guy, a hard worker, and a mature leader. He is a very likable person.

While I was working with him, he was always listening to the Koran on his headphones. Most reasonable people, I think, would point to him as an example of how wrong it is to say that Islam is bad or potentially dangerous. I mean look at this guy. He's a perfectly nice man.

He is originally from Africa, but he lives in the United States, he's not married, and he has 15 children from four different women, and works a fairly low-paying job. And recently he was arrested and convicted of two counts of statutory rape.

Now here's my point: Just because you know a nice Muslim doesn't mean Islam is a benevolent ideology. Just because you know a nice Muslim or ten nice Muslims, it does not follow that Islam is an benign ideology. When someone is nice, it doesn't tell you what they believe or what they're capable of. "Nice" just means they know how to behave in a way that people like.

Even beyond that, someone can be a perfectly nice person and still believe that the prophet Muhammad was an apostle of the Almighty and brought true teachings to mankind which say it's right and good for a man to have four wives, and it's right and good to have sex with girls as young as nine years old.

If he accepts Islamic ideology in its entirety, he would not feel guilty about any of this. In fact, he would feel good about it because he is following the example of the prophet himself (and it says 91 times in the Koran that a good Muslim should follow Muhammad's example).

And Islamic doctrine includes the obligation to bring all people in the world under the rule of Islamic law, and includes the justification of using force to accomplish that goal. It is all one unified ideology and it explicitly says there is no "picking and choosing." In other words, a Muslim must follow the whole thing.

And it would be perfectly acceptable to an entire panel of the most authoritative Islamic scholars in the world to do all of that while being likable.

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Did Muhammad Teach Love?

Tuesday

On Facebook, someone asked this question: "Did Muhammad teach love but over the centuries people took his words out of context?"

Here was my answer: No, Muhammad didn't teach love. But over the centuries, because human beings are generally empathetic, many Muslims ignored Muhammad's teachings and treated non-Muslims kindly.

But times are changing. Saudi Arabia has been using its vast oil wealth to spread fundamentalism around the world, funding new mosques and madrasas by the thousands, all of them teaching straight, unadulterated Islam, which says that the law of Allah (Sharia) is the only legitimate law in the world, and the goal of Islam is to eventually bring all people under the rule of Sharia.

According to Islam, this mission is to be accomplished by first just inviting the unbelievers to embrace Islam, as Osama bin Laden did before he attacked America on 9/11. If the unbelievers don't embrace Islam, Muslims are ordered by Allah to make war against them if they have the strength to do it. Once victorious, they are to give the unbelievers one last chance to become a Muslim (or for Christians and Jews, become a dhimmi), or die.

This system has worked. Fifty-six countries in the world are ruled by Islamic law. The OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) is the largest organization in the world other than the United Nations, and it is the largest voting bloc in the UN.

Muslims are now migrating to all non-Muslim nations. And they bring their ideology with them.

Someone then said, "I don't understand how people follow this. How hard is it to just accept other people? I don't get it. I enjoy being nice. It's rewarding."

This is how I answered him: Yes, being kind to people is enjoyable. But imagine a Muslim raised to believe the Koran is the word of the Almighty. And that Muhammad is the final prophet of the Almighty. And you know that Muhammad said that the law of Allah (Sharia law) is the only legitimate law. All other systems of law are man-made and therefore misguided and evil.

And imagine what it would be like if you thought Allah gave each Muslim a mission: Bring all people under the rule of Allah. And by the way, it's okay to use force because these unbelievers don't know what's good for them. They're going to suffer terrible torment in eternity anyway, so you might as well try to make them into believers, even against their will.

That's the way it is. And it has been causing problems for humanity for 1400 years. Is the solution simply to be nice to someone who believes such an ideology? What can be done about it? That's the question we should all be asking. What can we do about it that is compassionate and yet not foolish?

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Muslims Mass-Murdering Non-Muslims is Not News

Sunday

Sri Lanka Easter Bombing, 2019
When non-Muslims kill Muslims for being Muslim, it is news around the world, and talked about for weeks. But Muslims slaughtering non-Muslims? That's just business as usual. It's like saying, "207 million pounds of air pollution went into the air today, as it does every day." It's not news. Not many people talk about it. Ho hum.

I know that it's also true that non-Muslims feel weird talking about Muslims murdering people for being non-Muslims. It feels discriminatory to talk about it. Racist, even. And some are, of course, concerned about what others will think of them.

And I know many people — politicians, journalists, etc. — are hesitant to speak openly or honestly about the incessant murder of non-Muslims because it's ugly, controversial, job-threatening, and unfashionable. But I think it's worth pointing out that it's also nothing out of the ordinary. Muslims murdering non-Muslims goes on all the time, and has been happening for fourteen centuries.

I am hoping that you still find opportunities where you can to educate your fellow non-Muslims about Islam. And I thought this idea might be something you can work into your conversations where appropriate: So much to-do is made when Muslims are murdered simply because they're Muslims because it is rare. And people hardly mention it when non-Muslims are murdered by Muslims for being non-Muslims, partly because it happens all the time.

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