Skip to comments.Sharia States: Totalitarian to the Core
Posted on 10/28/2012 7:02:30 AM PDT by gasport
In less than two weeks, American voters must decide whether to reelect or to boot the current White House occupant. Dr. Andrew Bostoms monumental new work, Sharia Versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism, could not have come at a more fateful hour. This brilliant scholarship, while designed as an overarching analysis, also conveniently provides a kind of detailed 2012 Electoral Guide for the Perplexed.
(Excerpt) Read more at pjmedia.com ...
"Nazism, he wrote, was best understood as a new Islam, its myth a new Allah and Hitler as this new Allahs Prophet." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ He neglected to add that Mein Kampf is the new Koran.
You would be surprised to find out who of our elected officials are in bed with these murderers.
“To which end, we should perhaps return to Moses Maimonides, the 12th century Jewish author of the original three-volume Guide to the Perplexed. A physician by profession and theologian by avocation, the Ramban lived his entire life among Muslims, himself escaped numerous Islamic jihad depredations, and generally termed Mohammed the Madman.
As a medical man, Maimonides taught doctors for all time to examine facts before treating. Interpret, but do not stray from reason. His lesson applies equally to everything, even politics. This book supplies a large dose of reason. It can help undecided voters, and perhaps even some decided. Post-election, it can help radically shift U.S. policies that stand, perhaps intentionally now, totally blind to the ravages of jihad and sharia. Facts we can no longer ignore: sharia opposes all basic American ideas and states under its law are totalitarian to their core.”
How dare you besmirch the religion of peace.
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