Friday, November 02, 2007


The reality that Islamists are seeking to take over the west and bring culture around to Sharia Law is becoming more and more a matter of undisputed evidence. The more interviews are conducted, the more articles are written, the more scrutiny, the more the world sees the truth. But have you ever considered just what type of life these warriors would die to implement? Have you ever pondered on what life would be like were they to be successful? All you need to do is look to the east, as you will see what life would be like, as it is lived out now.

Consider Saudi author and cleric, "Dr." Muhammad Al-'Arifi, who appeared on Saudi and Kuwaiti television this fall. He was counseling young Muslim men on how to treat their wives. I will let the Dr.'s words speak for themselves;

"Admonish them – once, twice, three times, four times, ten times," he advised. "If this doesn't help, refuse to share their beds."
And if that doesn't work?
"Beat them," one of his three young advisees responded.
"That's right," Al-'Arifi said.
"Woman, it has gone too far. I can't bear it anymore," he tells the men to tell their wives. "If he beats her, the beatings must be light and must not make her face ugly.
"He must beat her where it will not leave marks"

This is the advice given on national television. How to beat their wives in ways that will not leave marks or cause damage! This is the wonderful life Muslims would seek the west to lead. This is the teachings of Mohammed that young men die to propagate. Is this ideology that we should all simply tolerate? Do Muslims deserve a hearing? Should we allow them the freedom to spread this teaching throughout our land? Is this what we want our children exposed to? While Islam berates and belittles women is it Jesus Christ who truly liberated women from being treated as second class citizens. It is Christ who modeled the servant leadership that Husbands should follow. Islam or Christianity? Mohammed or Jesus Christ? I have an idea, lets let the women decide first!

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pastor tom