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Tuesday, 07 January 2020 14:49

A Plague Upon Humanity Featured

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Prior to the 9/11 attacks, most Americans did not have any understanding as to what Islam was. The attacks on September 11, 2001 opened the eyes of many people to the reality that Islam was a widespread plague upon humanity and responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people. Islam and its variants mean, in practice, bloody terrorism, deadly purges, lethal actions, forced ‘hijabs,” fatal deportations, extrajudicial executions, show trials, and genocide

This ideology of terror does not allow Muslims to leave Islam. It does not allow people of other faiths to exercise their religions freely, let alone preach them freely. Islam does not recognize equal human rights for those who are not Muslims nor does it recognize equality for women. Islam does not allow freedom of thought let alone freedom of speech.

Currently, Islam is on the march in much of the Western world, and it aims to destroy anything and anyone that stands in its way. Ironically, many Europeans have allowed them to take advantage of democracy without a fight. In addition, Islam apologists call those who warn of the threat of Islam are attacked and stigmatized as hatemongers and Islamophobe, even though a phobia is a baseless irrational fear.

If by now we have not come to the conclusion that Islam is not a religion but a militant, political and violent cult created by one man and is the greatest threat to the human race, there is no hope for humanity to survive.

Recall that it took only 19 of these killers to launch the aerial mass murder of 9/11 that killed almost 3,000 people, shattered our open trusting way of life, and cost us trillions of dollars. Unfortunately, we have not learned anything from the 9/11 attacks but instead, act as if we are suffering from Stockholm syndrome.

What is Islam

Islam is a creed of an ignorant people in a primitive and barbaric Arabian Peninsula. It is fixated in time and place; it harbors the ambition of taking the 21st century world back 14 centuries and ruling it by its dogma of violence, intolerance, injustice and death. Yet, Islam is not only an obsolete vestige of a defunct era, but itself is an infinitely fractured belief that can hardly put its own home in order. The numerous Islamic sects are at each other’s throats; sub-sects and schools despise one another as much as they hate non-Muslims. Hatred, not love, drives Islam.

Every American should be ashamed of any elected officials anywhere when they call Islam a "religion of peace." Those officials are appeasing, if not an outright lying.  We, the people, elect our leaders, and we hold them accountable to be honorable and faithful to their oath of office.  When the people's representatives downplay the deadliest threat to everything we cherish, they not only legitimize Islam, but also confuse the rest of the uninformed population with a false belief and information.  Therefore, politicians, while using political correctness to advance their own lofty agenda, expedite the demise of our civilization.

I see America and even Canada, in thirty years or so, becoming a war zone if we do not stop Islamic ideology from advancing and identify it for what it truly is.  If we ignore these warnings, the future of America will not be so bright and ultimately, like Persia, will suffer a slow death.  This is historical fact, not fiction.  I have seen what Islam has done to the country of my birth.

Freedom is fragile.  Anything that protects freedom can also become an Achilles heel for those blessed with freedom.  This is because freedom always entails the unfortunate ability to use one's rights to destroy the freedoms and rights of others.  People can use the protections afforded them by the Constitution to inflict great harm to those who live within the law.  We know that this is the main argument against the Second Amendment.


In the interest of impartiality, the authors of the Constitution did not define what constitutes a religion.  Presently, a plethora of sects, cults, and orders, all claiming to be religion, cover the length and the breadth of the land. So long as these "religions" minister to the legitimate spiritual needs of their congregations without threatening the rights of others, there is no reason for concern.  However, when one or more of these claimants strive to undermine the very Constitution that protects them in order to impose their belief and way of life, serious problems arise and It must be stopped.

Amil Imani

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