Who is the terrorist?

Every time an act of terror or shooting occurs, Muslims closely watch the news with extreme trepidation praying that the suspect is not Muslim. This is not because these terrorists are likely to be Muslim but rather because in the instances where they happen to be, we see amplified mass media coverage and extreme unjustified hatred towards Muslims.

As a Muslim, I am tired of condemning terrorist attacks being carried out by inherently violent people who hijack my religion. I am tired of condemning these attacks to people who are calm and apathetic when Muslims are killed by these same radicalized terrorists.

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Who's the real terrorist?

German Muslim scholar - Abu Hamza Pierre Vogel

  • Who started the First World War? Muslims?
  • Who started the Second World War? Muslims?
  • Who Killed about 20 million Aborigines in Australia? Muslims?
  • Who threw nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Muslims?
  • Who Killed more than 100 million Native American Indians in North America? Muslims?
  • Who killed more than 50 million Native American Indians in South America? Muslims?
  • Who took about 180 million African people as slaves and killed 88% of them and threw them in Atlantic Ocean? Muslims?

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What is Islam?

What do you know about Islam?

Not what you see on television...
Not what you read in newspapers...
Not what you hear on the news...
Not what was prepared for you to know...

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Shameless act of "False Flag" operations

Over the past few decades, we have witnessed Capitalist governments resort to "False Flag" operations inorder to gain justification for starting or participating in a war. The following video focuses on America's contribution to this utterly evil, shameful and disgusting practice.

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India, Pakistan - we made some quite serious mistakes...We were complacent with what happened in Kashmir, the boundaries weren't published until two days after independence. Bad story for us, the consequences are still there... [In Afghanistan] we played less than a glorious role over a century and a half... The odd lines for Iraq's borders were drawn by Brits... The Balfour declaration and the contradictory assurances which were being given to Palestinians in private at the same time as they were being given to the Israelis - again an interesting story for us but not an entirely honourable one.
Jack Straw, British Foreign Secretary