Why Not Radical?

As a christian I practice my faith. I learned from childhood what that means, and my parents instilled a strong faith in God within me. The ten commandments are the basis of my faith. So whenever someone criticizes Obama for not saying the words “Radical Islam” I immediately know he is a faithful Muslim. If I were a Muslim I don’t think I would see someone who fervently guided by the the rules of the Koran as a radical. I would see him as a faithful fervent Muslim. So you see folks, Obama gives away his true faith by denying those words from his vocabulary.

When I see a faithful Christian practicing his religion I feel somewhat guilty that I cannot express myself as fervently. When Obama sees fellow Muslims killing christians, or just plain infidels he sees someone who practices his faith more than he does. Although I have to admit that he is importing more Muslim Syrians than he is Christian Syrians.

Although my faith tells me that I should love my fellow man I take exception to people of the Muslim faith. Somehow, I cannot feel good about loving someone whose religion teaches him to slay the infidel. In fact, I agree more with the dialog of this young lady in the following video. She clearly expresses her feelings and in doing so she speaks for me and millions of Americans as well. Listen to her, she is young but has the maturity of someone ten even twenty years older.

One question I wish some smart Muslim would answer for me is this: Just what is Islam, a religion or a political ideology?
If it is a religion then why do they have to rule countries? If it is a political ideology then you are not protected by religious freedom in America.
The answer is that Islam is a theocracy which is a system of government in which priests rule in the name of God or a god.

I recall reading an article in which Usama Bin Laden discussed why he started al Qaeda. According to bin Laden, the world of Islam was not developing like the rest of the planet. His take on it was that Islam has been diluted by the western world. He felt that Islam should go back to the basics and strict adherence to the Koran, and then Islam would again dominate the world.
Another piece of information is that the religion of peace is peaceful only to the people who are faithful to allah. If you are an infidel, any means can be used against you to defeat you. This is hypocrisy at its finest.

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