04 August, 2009

Christians Burned to Death by Radical Muslims

For the last several years we have heard over and over that "Islam means peace." Does it? Hardly. Take a look at this latest story out of Pakistan from the London Times Online dated August 3, 2009 about how a group of Muslim radicals burned a family of Christians to death because there was a rumor that a member of the family had defiled the Koran. The media report states that the "official" count shows 8 were burned to death and at least others died from gun shot wounds as hundreds of this radical group caused terror as they ran through the streets shouting anti-Christian slogans. The police were on the scene but stood by and did nothing. Contrary to "official" report, others on the scene claim that the death toll could be as high as dozens, as more than 40 homes of Christians were torched. And remember, this was brought on by a RUMOR that a book of the Koran had been defiled, which the survivors insist did not happen.

So, this is peace? I know, some Muslim people will decry this and claim that this is a radical group and all Islamic people should not be judged by the actions of a few. One question I will ask any Muslim is simply this: Why do we never see any Islamic people trying to put a stop to such behavior? I'll tell you why. Let's look to the Koran itself, the book of Surah 9:5 says: "Fight and slay the pagans wherever ye find them and seize them, confine them, and lie in wait for them in every place of ambush." Who or what is defined as a pagan? Anyone who does not submit themselves to the Islamic faith. The Koran basically says to kill anyone who is not a Muslim.

Does Islam means peace? Not on your life. Take a look at the words of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Iranian Shiite mullah; "Islam makes it incumbent on all adult males to prepare themselves for the conquest of countries so that the writ of Islam is obeyed in every country in the world." This religion is not about peace, it is about forcing all to submit to their belief or die.

I know that some people are saying this is blown out of proportion, but I say it is time we wake up. Most Americans are not concerned because it is happening half way around the world, therefore not affecting them personally. But the day is coming, much faster than you think, that you will see this same scenerio played out here on our shores. It is coming.

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