These days it seems you can't swith on TV or buy a newspaper without being assaulted with jihadists chopping heads off somewhere far away - or close to you.
But Madame Afsun Qureshi, writing at Canada's National Post no less, has the solution!!!
Read and get angrrrrrrrry:
"London, England — As a young girl in a downtown Toronto hospital, I stood on my tiptoes, peering at my cancer-ridden uncle lying mutely on the hospital bed. He was asleep — exhausted and wasted from years of waging war with cancer. For some reason, I was left alone with him for a few moments, which turned out to be the moments in which he took his dying breaths. He woke with a jolt and started shrieking in a booming voice that belied his deathly ill state. His eyes were dilated but fixed straight at me while he shouted the lines twice. I ran to my mother, hysterical and shaking. Nurses sprinted to him, adjusting machines and pumping fluids — but within minutes he had died.
In her attempt to comfort me, my mother explained that the words he had uttered to me comprised the shahadah, a testimony to the identity of Allah as the one true God, and Muhammad as his prophet. Muslims are supposed to recite the shahadah if they know they are dying. It signals to God that they are indeed Muslims, the real deal. Still, I was spooked for years.
Yet these words that terrified me saved a number of lives during the 2013 al-Qaeda-linked attack at Kenya’s Westgate Mall. To weed the Muslims out from the infidels, terrorists asked people to recite the shahadah to prove their faith. They asked other things too, like certain key passages of the Koran, the name of Mohammad’s mother, that sort of thing — it was al-Qaeda Question Hour. The wrong answer meant death.
After that, many, myself included, wondered: Should we — Muslim or not — learn the basics of Islam and have a read through the Koran? If one of us ever finds herself in a situation similar to that of Westgate Mall victims, could even a rudimentary knowledge of Islam save us?
More broadly, being versed in the Koran might help Muslims to discredit and marginalize the fundamentalists who have warped the words from that holy book. Earlier this month, Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary of the UK, where I live, said there were at least 500 British Muslims training with ISIS in Iraq and Syria — more Muslims, apparently, than there are enlisted in the UK Military. What if these lunatics decide to use their passport to come back to the UK to launch Westgate-style attacks?
For every violent passage in the Koran, there is a peaceful passage — which can be a handy tool when it comes to confronting radicals in the realm of ideas. The odds are that if you are assailed by a radical Islamist in the streets of London or Toronto, it will be with words not bullets. For the sake of intellectual self-protection, it is worth getting up to speed on what these fanatics are so fanatical about.
A conversation with a Muslim theologue always changes for the better once you show them you have some kind of knowledge of the Koran and Islam. There is much in the Koran about “kafirs” (non-believers) and how Muslims should deal with them. (Spoiler: They shouldn’t always be killed.) From my personal experience, a conversation with a Muslim theologue always changes for the better once you show them you have some kind of knowledge of the Koran and Islam.
Some might fear that learning a bit of Islam will lead to a Homeland type situation, with folks going all Brody on us. But I doubt that. When I was growing up in Don Mills, Ont., school kids had to learn and recite the Lord’s Prayer, regardless of the fact that the majority of students at my school were Jewish. I don’t recall any of us going on to become Christian soldiers.
In the years since the Iraq War, paramilitary jihadist groups have been growing. They are all competing for the Gold Medal in the Jihadist Games: a big hit on America. UK is the Silver — and let’s hope Canada isn’t the bronze. Until this fight is over, a little knowledge could go a long way."
Once again, we have living proof here that apparently westernized and completely integrated muslims in our society remain, under the thin veneer of modernity, islamic supremacists. This counsel is nothing more than a thinly disguised attempt at luring gullible westerners into the muslim realm. Today, you are telling us, 'no, you don't have to convert, but it might come in handy if you just knew how to recite the shahadah.' Ten years from now - if that long - you will counsel us, in all likelihood in a more sterner voice, 'well, islam is now firmly entrenched in your societies, why don't you simply become a muslim too, it could go a long way'.
A long way to what? Seeing our once prosperous societies evolve into the drab, unfree, economical basket cases that virtually all muslim countries are, except the ones fortunate enough to sit on oil? No, thanks and fuck off.
Her 'advice' is illustrative too, of the near total incapacity of muslims to acknowledge that at the heart of the gigantic problems the muslim world is facing, as well as the equally immense problems it is causing to the non-muslim world ... is their religion itself.
No Madam Qureshi, we need not learn that shahadah. If anything, we need to learn to finally break the chains that run berserk political correctness has imposed on us, and start calling islam what it is: a lunatic, hopelessly backward, inherently evil and inhuman moon cult, fit only for savages and retards.
You can stuff your shahadah up your cloaca. And your so revered prophet muhammad, Piss, Excrement and Vomit be showered upon him, was nothing but a filthy, subhuman, delirious, murderous, traitorous, perverse ape who fancied sticking his wrinkled dick in little girls' vaginas. Amongst others.
I will return you the favor Madam Qureshi: here is a little advice from Outlaw Mike for you and your co-religionists:
Have I made myself abundantly clear?