From The Gathering Storm Blog

A few weeks ago Saleem Siddiqui of HotConflict was on our Gathering Storm Radio Show. We discussed Islam and Muslim behavior and at one point we asked him why the recent unrest of the Muslim in non-Muslim countries. For example, making demands on those non-Islamic societies to accommodate their beliefs and wishes.

The Minneapolis airport problem with Muslim cabbies was one such example we posed to Mr. Siddiqui. We asked why these incidents happen and why those who believe in Islam demand such accommodations from non-Islamic societies.

His response was this. That these were not religious issues but cultural ones. He said that the religion of Islam did not demand that such behavior be practiced by Muslims but that it was the demands of their culture that made Muslims act that way. Basically, the religion of Islam was not at fault.

OK. Let’s assume he’s right. That it’s culture that drives, what to non-Muslims, is an attempt at Islamitizing a society. But here’s the problem. If a person’s culture is a threat to themselves and the world at large, that culture has to be based on some kind of ideology. And in this case, the ideology is Islam itself.

By a threat to themselves, I mean the eventual blow-back from non-who will not cross that final line of appeasement and accommodation because it impinges on and even corrupts their very on culture.

But of course, Muslims who practice the cultural antics that non-Muslims are slowly bristling at, say it’s all there in the Koran – it’s the word of God.

Really? Maybe not.

Here are some very important statistics about the Koran that Muslims who claim it’s a behavior demanded by Allah should consider.

Muthuswamy cites research on the Koran, conducted by the Center for Political Islam, which illustrates the Islamic focus on conformist behavior and beliefs. According to the Center’s analysis of the Koran, the Sira, and the Hadith, only 17% of the Islamic trilogy deals with the words of Allah. The remaining 83% refers to the words and deeds of Mohammed. Of all of the references to “hell” in the trilogy, 6% are for moral failings, while 94% are for the transgression of disagreeing with Mohammed. Statistical analysis of the trilogy revealed that 97% of references to “jihad” relate to war and a mere 3% to the concept of “inner struggle.”

About 67% of the Koran of Mecca deals with punishing unbelievers for merely disagreeing with Mohammed. Over 50% of the Koran of Medina deals with hypocrites and jihad against unbelievers. Nearly 75% of the Sira deals with jihad. About 20% of the Hadith by Bukhari is about jihad. The majority of the doctrine is political and it is all violent.

In 4% of the cases, women were superior, in 91% of the cases they were inferior and in 5% they were equal. But there is a big catch. The only way that women are equal is after death on Judgment day, when men and women will be judged on how well they followed the Koran and the Sunna. And guess what? The only way to follow the Koran and the Sunna is to obey men. Equality means obeying men.

And remember the reward for a pure and virgin life of a Muslim woman? To be raped by homicidal bombers in heaven. Such a deal.

Woman are superior by being a mother, who must obey her husband. So the perfect woman on Judgment day will be a mother, who obeyed all the men in her life. So really, the women are subordinate to men in 100% of all of the Koran, Hadith and the Sira.

So which is it? The adherence to the word of Allah or the word of Mohammed. Are women really on an equal footing to men in the trilogy?

Who’s really speaking for their god?

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