Sunday, August 28, 2016


Western and Islamic concepts often do not coincide. The discrepancies are a source of misunderstandings and exploitation; it is also very dangerous in the state of perpetual war that Muslims declared on infidels and apostates. Unlike most Westerners -- especially liberals -- Muslims are well aware of the differences and are using it to their advantage. 

The Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a recent convert to Islam, refused to stand for the national anthem during a Friday evening preseason football game. To motivate his actions he said: "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." (More) That is after almost eight years of the Obama presidency. It is a great example of taqqiyah, the Islamic mandate living among infidels to use deception should the situation require it. This has nothing to do with race, but Kaepernick is using a Western moral issue to cover up the fact that as a Muslim he no longer recognizes infidel rule over America.

He is covering up his claim that he is considering the US Islamic territory (the entire world is) and uses a ruse to cover up these designs. It's sedition, but the West no longer defends its own or it's own values against Muslim aggression, or any other attack for that matter.

Aug. 26, 2016


The burkini debate is another source of misunderstanding. While Western liberals define the matter as either women's lib for Muslims or as personal liberty, Muslims see the issue in an entirely different light as we have seen in a tweet, reading "Take that, bigots". The accompanying picture shows a Russian doll like figure of a Muslim woman wearing full body cover, defiantly raising her middle finger. (Source)

The context is a French Court temporarily throwing out France's ban of the burkini following the brutal vehicle attack on civilians on a boulevard in Nice.

The Muslim women and their male companions are not descending on beaches in the West to exercise their personal rights to wear whatever they choose. Given they are invariably accompanied by a male agent provocateur proves their intentions are quite the opposite. These women may not even have a say in the matter. They are simply sacrificed as the soldiers of Mohammed are required to do.

 Rana Ayyub illustrates what Muslims think about the burqini issue. 

Aug. 1, 2016



War to a Western person is a controlled fight between the uniformed armies of at least two countries, in which civilians are spared and the rules of engagement are as humane as possible. A breach of the Geneva Conventions may be construed as war crimes.

In Islam war is holy and it is between true Muslims and infidels or apostates. The rules are laid down in Islamic texts, the Koran and the Hadith. They are quite different from the rules of the Geneva Conventions. State entities may be involved, but not by definition. Soldiers do not necessarily wear uniforms. Civilians are fair game. In Islamic war innocents do not exist.

Which makes the West a sitting duck for operative we call "terrorists" because the targeting of civilians does not tally with our concept of war. The West is largely led by a concept known as Just War Theory. (Source) This is unknown in the Muslim world.

Because the West no longer makes a distinction between military and secular law, captured terrorists are tried by secular law, whereas they should be properly treated as prisoners of war: a setting outside secular law, like Guantanamo Bay is the proper way to treat such prisoners for the duration of the war.


The cause and purpose of terrorism itself is a source of misunderstanding leading the West to fight the war that Islam is waging on the West under completely false doctrines. Read all that in the dossier on the 25 year old lie leading to the birth of ISIS (source) and why we are losing the war against Islam (source).

The fatal misunderstandings between the West and the Islamic world are numerous. Muslims are well aware of this and are using it to their advantage. We will collect examples here as they present themselves.