It Is All A Ploy Against The Truth
Reader comment on: How the Media Whitewashes Muslim Persecution of Christians
Submitted by Femi (Nigeria), Apr 21, 2012 03:33
Throughout the years, I have gleaned over comments from those who are well exposed to Islamic materials. From these, it is apparent that many things become justifiable in Islam once it is determined it will advance the cause of the religion and achieve the desired end.
In other words, the goal of the Islamization of the world populace, the establishment of an international caliphate, and ensuring the triumph of Islam over every religion and culture advocated by radical Islamic groups (such as the Salafists often mentioned by Gatestone) ought to be a much more important topic for discussion. As it stands now, the press is being allowed to make any free comment that will report the matter of Christian (and other non-Muslim) persecution, even if the facts are misrepresented or skewed. In fact, the camouflaguing is an essential part of the grand agenda.
The Christian church should just brace up to the fact that the mission and trend of persecution will neither abate nor reverse. It will probably only grow worse, because whether we realize or not, Islam has a predominant role in international affairs today, and it does not appear that it will be leaving the scene anytime soon.
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|Thank You [34 words]||Jane Powell||Nov 6, 2012 12:43|
|⇒ It Is All A Ploy Against The Truth [200 words]||Femi||Apr 21, 2012 03:33|
|Very good article [103 words]||MTMajor||Apr 14, 2012 16:53|
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