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Why "Islamic State" is killing Muslims

TintinStorm
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7/6/2016 5:33:22 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
Terrorist group seeks to establish an Islamic caliphate, but considering most of the Muslims in the world infidels who deserve death. On the night of July 3, 2026, at least 75 people were killed in a terrorist attack in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. The attack occurred in the busy Karrada district, where shops and restaurants are concentrated. After sunset, people gathered in Karrada, to celebrate the end of the Muslim month of fasting.
More recently, in a bomb blast at the airport Ataturk 41 people died in Istanbul. It is among the last two attacks, backed by the terrorist organization "Islamic State". In both cases, most of the victims were Muslims.
Why would a terrorist group, whose main goal - the establishment of an Islamic caliphate, kill so many Muslims?
According to Thomas Hoffmann, a specialist on the Koran, and professor of the Institute of Theology, University of Copenhagen, ISIL not be a victim of true Muslims. ISIL members themself adhere to extremist movements of Sunni Islam, and other movements perceived as incorrect.
"Islamic State "- the grouping is extremely prone to declare invalid all those who, in her opinion, not enough good Muslim. A wrong - it is an apostate, and there is only one car for him - death "- explains the professor and emphasizes that there is nothing unusual about the deadly clashes between Muslims.
"In all religions there are internal clashes, and the situation with the" Islamic state "can be interpreted as a religious civil war, especially given that the ISIL - is a Sunni organization in the region, where many Shiites."
As is known Shia - sworn enemies of the Sunnis, they both believe the opponents' false Muslims. "Anyone who does not adhere to extremist Islam of ISIL is called apostates, and the terrorists consider it their duty to kill them. That's why the majority of victims of acts of terrorism - are Muslims.
"Islamic state" believes that it is his faith has the right to decide who is a true Muslim and who is not. In their opinion, it is better to be a Christian than a Muslim infidels, so that if we analyze the lists of victims, it becomes obvious that the majority - the followers of Islam."
Thomas Hoffmann emphasizes that the Koran says nothing about the right of a group of people to kill others. The paradox of the "Islamic state" that its members dream of a united Islamic world, but they sow divisions due to intolerance to different interpretations of Islam."
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7/6/2016 10:19:07 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 7/6/2016 5:33:22 AM, TintinStorm wrote:
Terrorist group seeks to establish an Islamic caliphate, but considering most of the Muslims in the world infidels who deserve death. On the night of July 3, 2026, at least 75 people were killed in a terrorist attack in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. The attack occurred in the busy Karrada district, where shops and restaurants are concentrated. After sunset, people gathered in Karrada, to celebrate the end of the Muslim month of fasting.
More recently, in a bomb blast at the airport Ataturk 41 people died in Istanbul. It is among the last two attacks, backed by the terrorist organization "Islamic State". In both cases, most of the victims were Muslims.
Why would a terrorist group, whose main goal - the establishment of an Islamic caliphate, kill so many Muslims?
According to Thomas Hoffmann, a specialist on the Koran, and professor of the Institute of Theology, University of Copenhagen, ISIL not be a victim of true Muslims. ISIL members themself adhere to extremist movements of Sunni Islam, and other movements perceived as incorrect.
"Islamic State "- the grouping is extremely prone to declare invalid all those who, in her opinion, not enough good Muslim. A wrong - it is an apostate, and there is only one car for him - death "- explains the professor and emphasizes that there is nothing unusual about the deadly clashes between Muslims.
"In all religions there are internal clashes, and the situation with the" Islamic state "can be interpreted as a religious civil war, especially given that the ISIL - is a Sunni organization in the region, where many Shiites."
As is known Shia - sworn enemies of the Sunnis, they both believe the opponents' false Muslims. "Anyone who does not adhere to extremist Islam of ISIL is called apostates, and the terrorists consider it their duty to kill them. That's why the majority of victims of acts of terrorism - are Muslims.
"Islamic state" believes that it is his faith has the right to decide who is a true Muslim and who is not. In their opinion, it is better to be a Christian than a Muslim infidels, so that if we analyze the lists of victims, it becomes obvious that the majority - the followers of Islam."
Thomas Hoffmann emphasizes that the Koran says nothing about the right of a group of people to kill others. The paradox of the "Islamic state" that its members dream of a united Islamic world, but they sow divisions due to intolerance to different interpretations of Islam."

2026 hasn't happened yet tintin
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7/6/2016 10:22:52 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 7/6/2016 5:33:22 AM, TintinStorm wrote:
Terrorist group seeks to establish an Islamic caliphate, but considering most of the Muslims in the world infidels who deserve death. On the night of July 3, 2026, at least 75 people were killed in a terrorist attack in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. The attack occurred in the busy Karrada district, where shops and restaurants are concentrated. After sunset, people gathered in Karrada, to celebrate the end of the Muslim month of fasting.
More recently, in a bomb blast at the airport Ataturk 41 people died in Istanbul. It is among the last two attacks, backed by the terrorist organization "Islamic State". In both cases, most of the victims were Muslims.
Why would a terrorist group, whose main goal - the establishment of an Islamic caliphate, kill so many Muslims?
According to Thomas Hoffmann, a specialist on the Koran, and professor of the Institute of Theology, University of Copenhagen, ISIL not be a victim of true Muslims. ISIL members themself adhere to extremist movements of Sunni Islam, and other movements perceived as incorrect.
"Islamic State "- the grouping is extremely prone to declare invalid all those who, in her opinion, not enough good Muslim. A wrong - it is an apostate, and there is only one car for him - death "- explains the professor and emphasizes that there is nothing unusual about the deadly clashes between Muslims.
"In all religions there are internal clashes, and the situation with the" Islamic state "can be interpreted as a religious civil war, especially given that the ISIL - is a Sunni organization in the region, where many Shiites."
As is known Shia - sworn enemies of the Sunnis, they both believe the opponents' false Muslims. "Anyone who does not adhere to extremist Islam of ISIL is called apostates, and the terrorists consider it their duty to kill them. That's why the majority of victims of acts of terrorism - are Muslims.
"Islamic state" believes that it is his faith has the right to decide who is a true Muslim and who is not. In their opinion, it is better to be a Christian than a Muslim infidels, so that if we analyze the lists of victims, it becomes obvious that the majority - the followers of Islam."
Thomas Hoffmann emphasizes that the Koran says nothing about the right of a group of people to kill others. The paradox of the "Islamic state" that its members dream of a united Islamic world, but they sow divisions due to intolerance to different interpretations of Islam."

Thomas Koffman must have read a different Quran than the one that says thousands of times to slay them wherever you find them, chop off their heads, etc.
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xus00HAY
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7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.
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7/6/2016 12:17:19 PM
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At 7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.

Ah, I remember when the west was the same way with catholic and protestant conflicts, and I recall that being around 300 years ago. Isn't the middle east awfully in line with progress?
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7/6/2016 1:03:37 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 7/6/2016 12:17:19 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.

Ah, I remember when the west was the same way with catholic and protestant conflicts, and I recall that being around 300 years ago. Isn't the middle east awfully in line with progress?

You must be very old to remember that.
triangle.128k
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7/6/2016 1:44:17 PM
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At 7/6/2016 1:03:37 PM, desmac wrote:
At 7/6/2016 12:17:19 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.

Ah, I remember when the west was the same way with catholic and protestant conflicts, and I recall that being around 300 years ago. Isn't the middle east awfully in line with progress?

You must be very old to remember that.

I'm fairly well you understood my statement, so there is no need to act like a smartass.
Emilrose
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7/6/2016 3:14:46 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
This is all pretty self-explanatory. ISIS opposes anybody who doesn't adhere to or coincide with their deeply extremist doctrine; and this obviously includes the vast majority of people, many of whom are Muslims.
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7/6/2016 3:18:48 PM
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At 7/6/2016 1:44:17 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 7/6/2016 1:03:37 PM, desmac wrote:
At 7/6/2016 12:17:19 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.

Ah, I remember when the west was the same way with catholic and protestant conflicts, and I recall that being around 300 years ago. Isn't the middle east awfully in line with progress?

You must be very old to remember that.

I'm fairly well you understood my statement, so there is no need to act like a smartass.

It is no act.
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7/7/2016 1:01:07 AM
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At 7/6/2016 12:17:19 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 7/6/2016 11:01:42 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
The Muslims who were killed were Sheite Muslims. They were killed by Sunni Muslims.
The Sunnis consider the Shia to be a sort of sub species or Human, that are not really persons, so it is not like they killed a large group of people.
The plan of Zarkowi and his successor Caliph Bagdaddy. Is to start a war between the Sunnis and the Sheite creatures.

Ah, I remember when the west was the same way with catholic and protestant conflicts, and I recall that being around 300 years ago. Isn't the middle east awfully in line with progress?

Actually no. The Northern Ireland conflict ended not too long ago.
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7/7/2016 1:11:47 AM
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Like the Khwarij in the 7th century, ISIS essentially makes Takfir (the act of declaring a Muslim an apostate, essentially the closest Islamic equivalent to an excommunication) of anyone who doesn't make baya'h with them (swearing allegiance). This includes Shi'ites, moderate Sunnis and literally *any* Muslim who doesn't swear an oath of allegiance to ISIS. So they've essentially made Takfir of 98% of the Muslim world.

In fact, they just love to use the word murtadd (apostate) to describe any Muslim who doesn't agree with them, including scholars and the vast majority of the Ulama

That's why they have no trouble killing Muslims, because they don't even view most of the Muslim world as Muslim in the first place. Which makes them especially dangerous to Muslims and not just to the West.
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