Islam and domination
One of the reasons is that it is the quiet way that Muslims are attempting to make new converts to Islam especially in the West. They like to compare it to a story that is popular in the Middle East. It goes like this:. An Arab was making a long trip across the desert. During the day the heat can be scorching, but at night it can get bitter cold. On one especially cold night, the Arab was in his nice warm tent where some embers kept the environment warm.
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Dominating Muslims, domesticating Islam: How the Middle East was lost
Dominating Muslims, domesticating Islam: How the Middle East was lost - ABC Religion & Ethics
Rite and Reason: Analysts who are picking over the recent Madrid bombings refer to the lessons to be learnt by Bush and Blair. But to assume that Spain is a target of al-Qaeda and fundamentalist Islam only as a result of her involvement in the coalition formed to remove Saddam Hussein from Iraq or as a result of western colonial dictates, or even Zionism, flies in the face of historical and political reality. There are much older scores to be settled. Al-Qaeda is spearheading Islam's third attemptin history at worldwide "submission" and totaldomination, argues Susan Philips. Within years of the death of the prophet Mohammed, in Arabia in AD , the Muslim armies of the Umayyad dynasty had established a force which spanned from the Atlantic almost to the Pacific.
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The Quiet Revolution: Islam’s Search for World Dominance
E ver since Islam began in the seventh century, there have been Christian communities living as minorities in Muslim-majority contexts. Their circumstances have varied at different times and in different places, but almost always Christians experience some degree of discrimination or hostility. This repeated pattern is not a coincidence — it arises from some of the teachings of Islam. This process has often been done through physical warfare, particularly in the early days of Islam. Today many Muslims interpret this obligation not in physical but in spiritual terms, and see it as the task of converting others to Islam by persuasion and argument.
Ramadan is a month in which Muslims are supposed to retreat from the materiality of their existence into an effort to realize their superior perennial and luminous nature. It is a month in which the exercise in self-denial is supposed to unshackle one's sense of empathy for the suffering and oppression of others. It is supposed to be a month of worship and peace. Muslims are exhorted to expend an extra effort avoiding bloodshed, violence and all offensive behaviour.
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