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Tuesday, 3 February 2015
"Healing The Chests Of Believers," And The Duty To Instruct As Well As Protect
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That was the title, that was the theme, that was the point, of the video of the burning alive of Moaz Al-Kasasbeh. Obama refers to this "bankrupt ideology" that has come, apparently, out of nowhere. King Abdullah, in Washington, is apparently amazed and flabbergasted at these people, who have absolutely nothing to do with Islam. And the rest of the world's leaders are also horrified, and amazed, and presumably puzzled, as to this "ideology" that comes out of nowhere, that has "nothing to do with Islam" and for which no texts, not a single sentence, can be found that is not in the Qur'an, or not in the Hadith, or not in essence discoverable in the biography (Sira) of Muhammad, beginning with that of Ibn Ishaq. Perhaps someone should offer a sufficiently high reward -- say, $25 million, the price the American government put on the head of Osama bin Laden -- to anyone who can come forward with the presumably fictional quotes from Qur'an and Hadith that the Islamic State relies on.

If you happen to google -- it takes about 30 seconds -- "heal the chests of believers" or a variant, you will find what I found, in Sura 9, ayat 14.

Read here.

For a story about setting fire to someone regarded as an enemy -- a Jew of the Khaybar Oasis, because he didn't want to give up all of his property to Muhammad and his marauding followers at Khaybar -- who was set alight, and then decapitated, google "Kinana" and, if you need to, "Ibn Ishaq," and you will discover that Kinana first had his chest set alight. And then he was decapitated. And his propoerty taken. And his wife Safiya taken by Muhammad to be his sex slave. Youu can read more about it, in Ibn Ishaq and in the Hadith, here.

Obama -- and other Western leaders -- cannot continue this attempt to hide from those to whom they have a duty not only to protect, but to instruct -- what is in the Qur'an, Hadith, and Sira. They think they can continue this indefinitely. They apparently think it is possible to "keep the support" -- what support, really? -- of our "staunch allies" in the Middle East such as Saudi Arabia, and also "keep the support" -- what support, really? -- of Muslims in the West, and yet not lose the support of non-Muslims who in ever greater numbers will be alarmed, as they find out what is being kept from them, and will, already do, distrust their governments, distrust much of the media, and wonder why they cannot be properly informed so that they may, in turn, vote for candidates who understand the problem abroad, and the problem within our countries too.

This menace, and this misinformation about that menace, and this growing mistrust of those all over the
West who have a duty to instruct as well as protect us, will not go away. It will not lessen. It will only get worse.

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Posted on 02/03/2015 8:09 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
Comments
3 Feb 2015
jewdog
Good explanation. The greatest weapon the West has is its ability to freely express rational thought. Exposing the source of jihad cruelty in an attempt to educate and possibly dissuade people is far more humane than force. I'm outraged that this simple principle is not more accepted among so-called liberals.

4 Feb 2015
Mose Barber
Not to worry, Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton, Jr. or something called a

9 Feb 2015
Send an emaillaskitude
i think the highly astute observations of one Thomas Wictor regarding the 'burning' are rather conclusive, and his further analysis of why ISIS would take the trouble to stage such a thing, equally perceptive.. http://www.thomaswictor.com/the-jordanian-pilot-was-not-burned-alive/


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