Muslims against ISIS



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  1. Anyone with a brain knows, that the ‘muslims’, meaning the majority of that billion plus segment of the world’s population, are a benign presence wherever they establish themselves. Sadly for them, their simplicity, virtue, and indeed ‘ignorance’, make them fair game for those who employ predatory means to achieve their objectives. The muslims’ true nature, fortunately or unfortunately (that remains to be seen), is that of Abel who, as mentioned in the Quran, behaved as follows;

    Surah 5, verses 27 to 31

    [Prophet], tell them the truth about the story of Adam’s two sons: each of them offered a sacrifice, and it was accepted from one and not the other. One said, ‘I will kill you,’ but the other said, ‘God only accepts the sacrifice of those who are mindful of Him. If you raise your hand to kill me, I will not raise mine to kill you. I fear God, the Lord of all worlds, and I would rather you were burdened with my sins as well as yours and became an inhabitant of the Fire: such is the evildoers’ reward.

    Such is the nature of the true believer, who is assured that God is well aware of the evildoers, and the inevitable retribution for evil acts.

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  2. Anyone with a brain knows, that the ‘muslims’, meaning the majority of that billion plus segment of the world’s population, are a benign presence wherever they establish themselves. Sadly for them, their simplicity, virtue, and indeed ‘ignorance’, make them fair game for those who employ predatory means to achieve their objectives. The muslims’ true nature, fortunately or unfortunatly (that remains to be seen), is that of Abel who, as mentioned in the Quran, behaved as follows;

    Surah 5, verses 27 to 31

    [Prophet], tell them the truth about the story of Adam’s two sons: each of them offered a sacrifice, and it was accepted from one and not the other. One said, ‘I will kill you,’ but the other said, ‘God only accepts the sacrifice of those who are mindful of Him. If you raise your hand to kill me, I will not raise mine to kill you. I fear God, the Lord of all worlds, and I would rather you were burdened with my sins as well as yours and became an inhabitant of the Fire: such is the evildoers’ reward.

    Such is the nature of the true believer, who is assured that God is well aware of the evildoers, and the inevitable retribution for evil acts.

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