Daniel 11:5 says that the “King of the South”, the Arabs, “will grow strong.” They have since the term “petrol politics” became so important. The Bible said that the Arab’s “hand would be against everyone” and that he would be as a “wild donkey” (Gen. 16:12). But God promised to multiply the descendents of the Arabs (Genesis 16:10), and bless them. He planted their tents on the oil wells of the earth! But the 22 nations surrounding Israel are determined to exterminate her.
The Islamic Mein Kampf
A juggernaut marches across the planet. Fueled by the rage of its fanatical death-cult religious leaders, this seemingly unstoppable force tramples over all that stands before its missile-wielding might. The nations' defenses crumble as cringing UN leaders shakily bear the ineffectual white-flagged weapons of appeasement. This steamroller force, first forged in the blood of a massacre in the far-off Arabian town of Mecca some 1,400 years ago, has since grown exponentially to become the source of terror for billions of people today. This juggernaut's ominous name is Islam.
I have racked my brain for years, trying to figure out why atheists and far-left liberals support Islam and even push educating our children in public schools about the "Religion of Peace." The videos of beheadings and mass executions do not affect them. And obviously, their tiresome mantra "Separation of Church and State" doesn't apply to Islam.
Erdogan is one giant step closer to doing what he has always wanted to do
Much has been made of the Islamic State's claim to the caliphate. But the Islamic State is fast losing ground in Syria and Iraq, and without a territorial claim, its claim to the caliphate is a shaky one. According to some sources, ISIS has already been preparing its followers for the fall of the caliphate.
CIA Director John Brennan gave an exclusive interview to Yahoo news shortly after the terror attack in Istanbul yesterday. Director Brennan warned he has little doubt ISIS wants to replicate an attack like that here in the United States:
Evangelical minister Franklin Graham isn't comforted by the oft-touted mantra, "Islam is the religion of peace" or by those who insist that most Muslims are peaceful people. Still, to him, there are "too many Muslims among us [who] believe in violence."
Islamic violence is nearly impossible to deny. But why is Islam violent? The usual answer is to point to Koranic verses calling for the conquest and subjugation of non-Muslims. That certainly covers the theological basis for Islamic violence. But it fails to explain why Muslims continue to practice it. Even against each other. Violence has become the defining form of Islamic exceptionalism.
Optimists speak of reforming Islam. But such reforms had over a thousand years in which to take place.
If we didn't have Muslim immigration, we wouldn't need Muslims to help us fight Muslim terrorism.
In the Washington Post, Petraeus complained about the "inflammatory political discourse that has become far too common both at home and abroad against Muslims and Islam." The former general warned that restricting Muslim immigration would "undermine our ability to defeat Islamist extremists by alienating and undermining the allies whose help we most need to win this fight: namely, Muslims."
More than half (51%) of Muslims in America believe they should "have the choice of being governed according to Sharia." Only 39% of those polled said that Muslims in the U.S. should be subject to American courts. Nearly a quarter believed that, "It is legitimate to use violence to punish those who give offense to Islam by, for example, portraying the prophet Mohammed." Nearly one-fifth of Muslim respondents said that the use of violence in the U.S. is justified in order to make Sharia the law of the land in this country. – Poll commissioned by the Center for Security Policy, Washington, D.C.
Apocalyptic Muslims gear up for the global Islamic state.
Two of the most dangerous apocalyptic Muslim groups−that strongly believe in establishment of a global Islamic state and believe in annihilation of non-Muslim nations−are the Islamic State and the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
They both share the same fatal ideology and mission with some minor differences. They believe that this is the end of the times for non-Muslims, and that they should prepare the world for the coming of the Imam Mahdi (also known as Muhammad al Mahdi) who would establish Islamic rule around the world and clean up the planet from those who do not practice Islam.
Thus, when Donald Trump recently suggested that it would be advisable to temporarily stop Muslim immigration into the U.S. until the government is able to get its woefully deficient vetting process in order, he was instantly ridiculed and excoriated by a conga line of glib, self-congratulating know-nothings. Hillary Clinton, for instance, called Trump's remarks "reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive."