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Muslims on Twitter Defend Beheading Journalist James Wright Foley


Posted on August 20, 2014 by Godfather Politics Filed under Christianity, Email Featured, Foreign Policy, Islam, National Security, Terrorism, World News
 

The day of Moderate Islam is over. If Muslims who claim that what they see happening around the world is not Islam, then they need to prove it by action.

The list of atrocities continues to add up. The beheading of journalist James Wright Foley is only the latest in a long line of atrocities. When we see images of the holocaust, we ask why the German people didn’t rise up in protest against the monster Adolf Hitler.
 

There’s no way to ignore the fact that Islam is a detestable religion. If there are moderate Muslims who take offense at that evaluation, then I suggest that you take to the streets by the millions and prove me wrong.

“While it is true that most Muslims are not suicide bombers, or engage in decapitating the kafir and posting their pics on Youtube, Islam itself is a political ideology that is fundamentally about bloodshed, killing, terror and jihad. While there may be ‘nice’ Muslims, Islam is not nice.

“And the fact that ‘moderate’ Muslims remain silent about all the hideous bloodshed, torture and murder being done in the name of their religion, their god, and their prophet, is most telling indeed.”

Here’s the latest on Muslim atrocities in addition to the beheading of a journalist. Take a look at these Twitter responses by Muslims posted on Answering Muslims.com:

Read more at http://godfatherpolitics.com/16733/muslims-twitter-defend-beheading-journalist-james-wright-foley/#8LVrfV9bhywp0PV3.99
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