Fundamental Islamic Principle: Muslim Culture Must Override All Other Cultures

The following was written by Bill Warner as a prelude to his video, "The Islamic Destruction of Heritage and Culture," which you can watch below.

Islamic State is destroying Iraq's and the world's heritage by burning ancient manuscripts, stealing art and demolishing Assyrian architecture. These acts are not criminal violence, but acts of jihad that were first demonstrated by Mohammed. Earlier they broke into museums and sold valuable treasures for the money and then burned manuscripts. Why? It's Islamic. When we invaded Iraq and Saddam Hussein fell, the same thing happened. When the Muslim Brotherhood took over Egypt they soon broke into museums, stole treasures and destroyed artifacts. The Taliban brought in artillery guns to blow up the Bamiyan Buddhas, huge statues, that were thousands of years old. Pure Islam. When the Muslims invaded India they came upon the largest wooden temple in the world. The commanders said burn it. Pure Islam. Islam invaded the Buddhist area of India and burned the world's largest library.

Allah hates the Kafir and all Kafir civilizations which are jahiliyyah (ignorance). This is not the last destruction we will see. As Islam enters every new territory, its purpose is not just take over the government, but to annihilate the civilization. Destroying the heritage of the culture helps to destroy the civilization. That is what is going on under Islamic state now.

Watch the video: The Islamic Destruction of Heritage and Culture.


Bill Warner, Director, Center for the Study of Political Islam
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1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry, but I can't watch your video. The thought and sight of these ignorant morons destroying priceless ancient treasures makes me near to physically sick. As wrong as it might sound, I have less of a problem with them slaughtering more human beings than I do thinking of them destroying the ruins of Palmyra forever. I'm sorry.