Sunday, June 04, 2006

Made In Canada Jihad - Jun 4

For those of you who are paying attention, there was some major anti-jihad activity in Southern Ontario. I see that this is splashed all over the internet and on CNN, not to mention papers all across North America. So showing this link on my humble little blog isn't going to change the calculus much. There are some points however, that the MSM aren't going to touch with a ten foot pole that I will attempt to do so.

1) Islam does not recognize 'separation of church and state'. All so-called 'secular' politicians and laws passed in Islamic countries must have approval by the mullahs.

2) Dar al-Harb (the House of War) and Dar al-Islam (House of Islam) as two irreconcilable hostile camps is an Islamic fundamental. Jihad therefore, is that perpetual state of military flux that exists between the two. It is a non-negotionable pillar of faith (along with Hajj) that ALL able-bodied Muslims MUST undertake. Canada, the U.S., Israel and various other countries fall under Dar al-Harb.

3) Those who fail to embrace Wahhabi Islam (of al-Qaida) are infidels, including those Muslims deemed not fanatical enough. Jews are the number one enemy of Islam followed swiftly by Christians who are number two on the hate list. This has always been the case, even in the days of the Prophet Muhammed. They are 'najis' (unclean) or 'kaffir' (unbeliever) fit only for extermination. If you think this sounds a lot like how the Nazis viewed the Jews and other enemies of the German 'volk', then you'd be right.

4) While it is good to know that not all Muslims are terrorists, most terrorists today DO invoke Islam as their main inspiration. Look and listen carefully. It is not uncommon for Muslim terrorists to use Koran and Hadith to justify their actions. Most Muslims are a peaceful lot but Islam as a whole is VERY violent. It is the Holy Spirit of God, the third member of the triune JHVH, which is ultimately responsible for restraining evil, not some mythical 'moderate' Islam.

5) Either Jesus Christ was crucified, died, buried, raised from the dead and ascended into Heaven (and is coming again) or He was (or is) not. Church doctrine demands this of every follower of Christ or they are apostate. Islam denies Christ's crucifiction and His redemptive work on the cross. Both cannot be right at the same time. We are not dealing with a small insignificant point here. Logic dictates that the Muslim is in error while the Christian is correct or vice versa. One must be rooted in truth while the other is hopelessly in error. We cannot fluff this point off and just say 'whatever' because we are dealing with a fundamental point here. Indeed, it is the 'crux', or heart of the matter.

Whew. Now onto the news.

There has been a resurgence of 'gay rights' stuff in the news recently. Harper wishes to revisit the 'same-sex' marriage agenda and Bush wishes for a constitutional amemdment to protect the marriage union as 'one man, one woman'. I think in both cases they are dead ducks. Harper is in a minority position and Bush's popularity is at an all-time low. A post-Christian society? You'd better believe it.

Not to be outdone, clashes in Bucharest, Romania over gay marchers spilt into the streets. We here at the X-Def do NOT hate gays. I just don't buy into the whole 'Will and Grace' stereotype. I know I'm supposed to, but I just don't. Truth be told, unlike their married counterparts, many gay men are lonely and lead lives of quiet desparation.

Here is another Mount Merapi update.

Did you know there's a place called Hell, Michigan? Well on Tuesday (6/6/06) they're going to have a once-in-a-century festival to celebrate the number/date 666. Well whoop-de-doo. Wake me when it's over. I'll go into detail on Tuesday, the day of, and give a proper explanation of the number 666 and it's practical and theological implications.

In Brussels (the EU HQ), another one of those 'can't-we-all-just-get-along' interfaith meetings is underway. I am not opposed to inter-faith meetings per se, but any religious confab that does not have Jesus Christ at the center of the discussion is an exercise in futility. See point five above.

Lastly, here is a cool web-site of the day about Islam and the 'last days' that is worth your attention.
Joel's Trumpet

'Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven'. (Mt 5:3)

The Man in Black

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