Islam's Prime Directive

The primary goal of Islam, according to its doctrine, is to bring the law of Allah (known as Sharia) to all people on earth. Sharia is the right way to live, and all people should be subject to it. Other religions also feel that they have the answer for everyone. What makes Islam different is the means their doctrine allows them to use.

Islam's doctrine is unique because its history is unique. The three other large, fairly recent religions (Buddhism, Christianity, and Taoism) arose within an already-existing legal system. The methods they could use to spread their religion were limited by that system. Christianity, for example, arose at a time when Judaism was strong, and Rome was even stronger. If Christians had been armed insurrectionists, if they had tried to take over the Roman government, if they had tried gaining converts by force, Christianity would have been annihilated before it really got started.

The same can be said for Buddhism and Taoism.

The same was also true for Islam when it first started in Mecca. Mohammad and his followers were a minority and had to practice some degree of tolerance of other religions. But when they moved to a new city (Medina), things changed. They soon ruled that city. In Arabia at the time, no overriding legal or military power existed — the region now known as Saudi Arabia was made up of independent tribes and clans.

In other words, the religion of Islam arose where there was no external imposition of limits, and it developed a religious doctrine quite different from other religions we are familiar with. Islamic doctrines unapologetically advocate the use of force, warfare, deceit, fear, torture, and slaughter to bring the law of Allah to the world. This sounds really horrible, but I'm not making this up. You can verify this all yourself, and I wish you would. You should start by reading the Quran. It has been made relatively easy for you.

In their time, nothing existed to stop the fledgling religion from employing any means necessary. Unfortunately, it was all written down and has been considered holy doctrine ever since.

Since Mohammad existed in the seventh century, his biographical details were also written down and were never lost. What he did and said is well-preserved, as is the unaltered, unedited holy book of Islam, the Quran.

Unfortunately for non-Muslims, it says in the Quran no less than 91 times that a Muslim should follow Mohammad's example in all things and for all time.

So Islam's prime directive is to bring the law of Allah to all people on earth using any means necessary. You can say Islam's mission in three words: Islam must dominate. That's the bad news for us non-Muslims. The good news is that many people who consider themselves Muslims don't know much about Islam, and even some who know about this prime directive are not interested in pursuing it.

Some are pursuing it earnestly, however, and it is worth knowing about because some of the ways they're pursuing it are pretty clever. Learn more about that here: Perfectly Legal Jihad. Once we know what's going on and what devout, orthodox Muslims are aiming for, it should be easier to prevent them from gaining any ground.

22 comments:

  1. Thank you for your very information website
    Mary-Louise

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  2. The politically correct insist that Islam is a religion equal to all others and freedom of religion in America requires that we treat their religion as equal to all other religions. All the images we have seen in the news point to a different truth--a culture of backward people living the same as they did 2,000 years ago, cruelty to women, fanatical anti-Western hatred, and hatred of anything modern, hatred of an open society, and fanatical worship of the Koran. Allowing more Muslims into the country will bring trouble because Christians and Jews will never accept or allow the Islamification of this country. There are exceptions: those who helped us in the war George Bush unnecessarily started in Iraq and Afganistan and President Obama reluctantly continues. We have to find another way to deal with the Middle East besides using our military might. This struggle will continue and will get worse.

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    1. As far as I'm concerned treating islam as equal is signing your own death warrant and the deaths of your children and grandchildren..... You do not treat evil the same as goodness, you can't, they are two separate things and islam should be banned from America, Canada and any other country really in the world, not just in America. It's evil, their book, their belief system, everything, of course, they don't have any choice, do they??? That's why we have laws, you cannot treat everyone and everything the same, that is insanity itself. #trumpforpresident

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  3. Stopping, at least temporarily, Muslim immigration, would be a good first step. Please sign the petition:

    http://www.citizenwarrior.com/2009/01/stop-muslim-immigration-to-united.html

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    1. I think Islam is unconstitutional for the United States in that you aspire to Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion in your constitution. We have similar words in our Federation documents and so do European countries and the UK & Ireland. We all know what oppression is all about, and this is the reason for it in the first place. i.e. Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion. The right of every human being.

      There is no Freedom of Speech or religion in Islam, it must be Islam and nothing else and you will lose your life if you try to opt out of Islam. This is the truth of Islam. This cant be in accordance with your constitution. And if it is can someone please, as a non American, put me straight on this point.

      We need to take a closer look at who it is among us, or more correctly our countries. We must find out who are in charge of politically correctness, which is chipping away at our rights. And who is aiding and abetting the enemy to all freedoms in our world and who is taking money for doing so. We have to search for these people. It can be done. There must be someone out there who knows the truth and will help save our Freedoms.

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    2. No, I don't just want to stop Islam immigration, I want to deport it completely! I think it should be treated exactly like a Cancer!

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  4. America and Europe must stop Muslims to settle in their mids if they really love freedom. If Muslim surpass non-Muslim population in America and Europ, we all will have to follow Saudi Arabian roles.

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  5. The rise of "Black Muslims" in our country in the 60's and 70's and into the present is and was a self-imposed direct alignment for hatred against the Western World. A hatred that could be deemed acceptable, as it was the simple converting to an existing religion with the necessary legal protections. Islam has the most important ingredient and that is hatred. Too bad our founding fathers, the powerful futurists that they were, didn't allow for freedom of religion with the exception of Islam.

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    1. Their idea of freedom of religion was freedom of Christianity without a government run or government preferred church. If you go read what they said, we were to be and stay a Christian country. Not a particular religion or sect, which always ended in civil wars or coups, but a country that accepted all brands of Christianity, and preferred none specifically. It was later when Jeffersons letter to the Marbury Baptist church got misinterpreted as a wall of separation, and then all religions soon became on equal footing. It was never meant to be that way in the USA inn accordance with their own words. It was the revisionists of history that perverted the meaning of the first amendment and all other religion related sentiments inferred from the constitution. What w now have was never meant to be.

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  6. I'm afraid that they would turn to the Iranian shiite rendition of islam.....the Twelvers.

    The Twelvers are by far the largest and most dangerous group of Shiite Muslims, because the Iranians are Twelvers. Perhaps eighty percent of the Shiis are Twelvers. Twelvers constitute ninety percent of the modern population of Iran and fifty-five to sixty percent of the population of Iraq. Twelver Shiites are the majority in Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan and also have substantial populations in Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Syria, India, Afghanistan and Bahrain.

    The other Islamists are Sunni (Saudi Arabia).

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  7. In all fairness, and not to contradict the thrust of this website- I have trouble differentiating between magic-based religions. If a God is said to exist the shakers and movers will continue trying to get us to mass murder in the name of God so that they can better steal land, oil, or whatever in the name of God. I'm not convinced that stopping the advance of the second largest magic-based religion on this world is a strong enough measure. It's only perhaps a good start. I'm actually in favor of social profiling as a means to keep undesirables out. Those of cultures and religions tending to overpopulate pose a threst greater than the prospect of war with them.

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  8. Very concise description of Islam and differentiation from other religions. It affords readers to better understand why radicalized versions of basic Islam beliefs arise. Can I place this on my OSINT News site, with kudos to you, of course? Let me know. www.osintdaily.blogspot.com

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  9. Yes, by all means. Place it on your OSINT News site.

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  10. An interesting comment on this can be found here:

    https://snooper.wordpress.com/tag/islams-prime-directive/

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  11. NOW one can easily see why our African President has treated "the situation" as he has been doing!!!

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  12. And, thereligionofpeace.com, for that matter, which has been tracking Islamic deadly attacks since 9/11/2001. It's got most of them, now over 27,000, but many are missing. Millions have been murdered & injured since 9/11/01 by people who are clearly doing it because of Islam itself. They consider themselves, hundreds of millions, to be Orthodox practicing very serious Muslims. A recent PEW study surveyed many Muslim populations worldwide. The vast majority of Muslims have at least some beliefs as Muslims based on Islam that are considered barbarism according to civilization.
    I'd like to see your Inquiry articles about violence in Islam include one particular Islamic doctrine, Abrogation. The Koran states that when there are contradictory things, the ones stated later, closer to Mohammed's death, are improvements and to be followed. Chapter 9, The Verses of the Sword, is the 2nd to last chronological chapter, which means, according to the overwhelming predominance of Islamic jurisprudence, that it supersedes all earlier temperate verses. It's the basis for so far an almost 1,400 year deadly, injurious Jihad that is to lead to The Prime Directive you've alluded to in a few articles, making the world one Islamic nation.

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    1. What you mean that allah got it wrong the first time.

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  13. The "Great Commission" of Christianity is exactly the same as the basic definition or premise of Islam which requires the submission or surrender to God.

    Matthew 28:19-20...Jesus states " Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

    The Catholic Church, being historically the most well organized and powerful political and spiritual apparatus for centuries set about this task. In comparison to Islam, the doctrine of the Bible is not at all different from what you state is unique to Islam.

    The doctrine is legion, but I will confine it to a few passages....

    If your own full brother, or your son or daughter, or your beloved wife, or you intimate friend, entices you secretly to serve other gods, whom you and your fathers have not known, gods of any other nations, near at hand or far away, from one end of the earth to the other: do not yield to him or listen to him, nor look with pity upon him, to spare or shield him, but kill him. Your hand shall be the first raised to slay him; the rest of the people shall join in with you. You shall stone him to death, because he sought to lead you astray from the Lord, your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, that place of slavery. And all Israel, hearing of this, shall fear and never do such evil as this in your midst. This is from Deuteronomy 13:7-12

    The God of the Israelites is no less of an omnipotent, omnipresent and decidedly less or more benevolent God that the Christian or Islamic God.

    Buddhism and Taoism do not compare to these three religions as they omit the violence and aggression completely.

    Islam may be as you say; omitting the positive aspects that it does possess of course, but it certainly no different than Christianity or the religion they both sprang from.

    I realize I might be a blasphemer....but please don't use that Christian Doctrine on me that requires you to “Take the blasphemer outside the camp, and tell all those who heard him to lay their hands on his head. Then let the entire community stone him to death. Say to the people of Israel: Those who blaspheme God will suffer the consequences of their guilt and be punished. Anyone who blasphemes the LORD’s name must be stoned to death by the whole community of Israel. Any Israelite or foreigner among you who blasphemes the LORD’s name will surely die. (Leviticus 24:10-16)

    The Quran tells us the same thing as Christianity. Quran (5:33) - "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His messenger and strive to make mischief in the land is only this, that they should be murdered or crucified or their hands and their feet should be cut off on opposite sides or they should be imprisoned; this shall be as a disgrace for them in this world, and in the hereafter they shall have a grievous chastisement".

    Its fairly easy to find doctrine like this in the Quran; its even easier in the Bible. Its longer.

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  14. Ron Clifton, I have read the comments you have written and I have sadly observed your depth of ignorance concerning the Christian faith or religion. You have quoted elaborately from the Old Testament which is the principal book of the Jews. It is also called the Old Testament.
    When Jesus Christ came, he came with a New Testament that replaced the old one. Nowhere in the New Testament is there any directive given by Jesus that forced conversion be made by His followers. Matthew 10 verses 1 - 14 is very clear on what Christians should do during evangelization efforts. This is the opposite of Islam that insists on compulsion. In fact Christianity has no similarity to Islam. Not a single one. Those of you who think that what that religion is doing to women and men will not befall you are kidding, you have not seen something yet.

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    1. You do not understand the meaning of the word "ignorance".

      I have an enormous understanding of the Christian faith, and the other two Judaeo Christian religions.The fact that you do not agree with me does not make either of us ignorant. You are intolerant for stating that it does.

      “Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets. I have come not to abolish but to fulfill. Amen, I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest part or the smallest part of a letter will pass from the law, until all things have taken place.” (Matthew 5:17)

      This is the word of Jesus. He states clearly that he has not come to UNDO the old testament. It is the word of GOD. And Jesus, And the HOLY ghost if you are a believer in one of those sects of Christianity.

      If you wish to profess and understand of your own religion; I suggest you read your Bible a bit more.

      But; if you are one of the those discount the old testament Christians.... “Don’t imagine that I came to bring peace on earth! No, rather a sword lf you love your father, mother, sister, brother, more than me, you are not worthy of being mine." That's from the Book of Mathhew.

      The word of GOD.

      By the way; I never state that the Quaran or Islam is any better. Just that yours contains the same words....

      Amen

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  15. I wrote and "Published" a comment last week; I do not see it here. Hoping not to repeat myself too much if the first comment does get posted. It occurred to me to write a bit more as I am still baffled by the delusions that persist amoung the followers of these religions.

    This website does expose the issues of the Islamic Religion. In exposing the issues; it does not then by default mean that Christianity is better. Or Judaism. Or any other Religion.

    If a Christian was to discount the Old Testament in favor the New Testament offering that as proof of the gentler nature of their Religion...well there are several fallacies with that straw proof.

    Read Matthew 5: 18-19. Jesus has come not to undo ONE THING written in the Old Testament. (The Law) This concept that New Age Christians have that the New Testament "replaces" the Old Testament is false. Jesus himself said so. Should the word of Jesus be discounted in certain circumstances to help you prove something today? This is quite simply the most definitive proof that every time a Christian says that Jesus replaced the Old Testament they are wrong.

    The prophets, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John repeatedly quote the Old Testament to offer proof that Jesus is the Messiah. Should the Old Testament proof of Jesus being the Messiah be discounted because the New Testament replaced the Old Testament?

    Truly the Old Testament has more passages a moral person would find abhorrent today; however the New Testament has them as well. Read Matthew 10:34. Jesus has come not to bring peace; but the sword.

    The similarity between your religions is significant taking into account their respective histories, and the religious texts codified in their Holy Books. The most glaring similarity is that the God worshiped by Islam, By Judaism, and by Christianity is the SAME God. The differences occur when the method and manner that God is worshiped. Whether the Messiah has come or not? Who is the messenger of God? Who is the Prophet; and so on. Surely as a Christian the God of the Old Testament is the God you worship? Jesus is variously one and the same, the Holy Ghost, the Son (individually), a Trinity….

    “No similarity to Islam. Not a single one. “ Do you actually believe that? There is not a single sane Christian Scholar alive today that does not believe that there is similarity between the religions.
    Saying this over and over it does not make it true. Believing really really really hard with full faith on your part does not make it true. Desperately trying to discount the Old Testament and the history of the conversion efforts worldwide of the Christian faith do not ascribe a gentler nature to your Religion. Showing clearly the nature of violence and perversions in Islam do not (does not) make your God a gentler and kinder God.

    I have an understanding of the Christian Religion. While I have no Faith in it; this makes me “Faithless”; not ignorant. If you have Faith in it; and wish not to seem ignorant; study it a bit more. Or, continue to make statements based on your Faith rather than Intelligence.

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