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The ‘Religion of Peace’ and the Three Stages of Islam — What You Need to Know

David Wood: “Islam can be a little confusing. You meet a Muslim at the grocery store. Nicest person in the world. Cute kids. Loves America. Later that day you turn on your television and, wait a minute, some other Muslim just blew up the grocery store. What’s going on here? Who represents Islam? The peaceful Muslim buying tomatoes, or the violent Muslim bombing tomatoes? You’d like an answer, so you open up the Qur’an.  You read Sura 2:256, ‘There is no compulsion in religion.’ That sounds peaceful and tolerant, I guess the peaceful Muslims are the true followers of Islam. Then you go to Sura 9:29, ‘Fight those who do not believe in Allah.’ That’s not nice, now it seems like the violent Muslims got it right. The evidence points in different directions, so what are you suppose to believe? …

If you’ve ever wondered why there are both peaceful and violent passages in the Qur’an, if it’s ever bothered you that Muslims demand religious tolerance in the West while Christians and Jews can’t build churches or synagogues in Saudi Arabia, if you’ve never quite grasped why organizations like CAIR or ISNA claim that Islam is a ‘Religion of Peace’ while they support terrorism behind the scenes, welcome to the most important video you’ll ever watch …” (Source)

  1. C Lon Smith
    01/04/2012 at 11:09 AM

    Great presentation. Looks as if Obama is part of Jihad,
    I will send out to 10% of my contacts (25,000) so they may better understand this eJihadil movement and why America must be awakened from their stupor!

    Where are you located?

    C. Lon Smith


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