Sunday, December 5, 2010

A Muslim Perspective

From Melany Anthoney, former Muslim comes this letter.  I share it with you as an example of how even Muslims, eventually see the light, and reject what they find out to be not a religion, but a political entity.
Thanks Melany, and God bless.

Subject: The danger of Islamification
Date: Sunday, December 5, 2010, 7:10 PM

Dear Mr. Sommer,
I just read an article about you in JihadWatch. I'm so very pleased to see a
person with the insight and bravery to stand up against this so called "religion
of peace"  and tell the truth about it's evil doctrines and plans to take over
the world and freedoms we enjoy. I truly believe  islam is the worlds greatest
threat and it seems most people are sleeping.

I would first like to tell you a little about myself. About 7 or 8 years ago I
began learning about islam because of a guy I was dating. BIG mistake in
hiensight. But anyway, I think now that it all happened for a reason... Well, I
eventually ended up becoming muslim from christianity and marrying another guy
who was also a convert but from Hinduism. In the beginning islam seemed like a
nice, peaceful religion. Atleast thats the act your fellow muslims put on and
lies they tell to make you believe that it is. It's really a brainwashing system
they use to lure a person in with their beliefs and stories of "peace,
tolerance, forgivness, blah blah blah" and then slowly indoctrinate hate into
their victim.  It wasn't until I started to study deeper through my husband, who
is very knowledgable and teaches today, and Shayhk Muhammad bin Yah Yah al
Ninowy, that I saw the true islam and had a truly scholararly education of islam
and sharia law. What I found is that islam isn't a religon at all! It's a
political/military ideology that controls every aspect of ones life, in public
and private and whether you're muslim or a "kafir". Islam is to religion what
nazism was to politics. Islam claims to be a religion instead of a political
movement because it is so much easier to get acceptance and protection from the
very people who they wish to destroy. Pretty smart of "prophet" muhammad

Well, I'm sure you can tell by the way I talk about islam that I didn't stay
muslim. About 2 and a half years ago I had to flee from Wa. with a few changes
of clothes and our 3 year old son. My husband was controlling, secretive and
abusive throughout our short marriage and I had to run from him or face whatever
consiquences their might be for not being what he wanted in a wife. He is a
fanatic muslim who wants sharia law implemented all over the world and
threatened me several times with harsh punishment if I ever left islam or raised
our son a non muslim. He threatened to kidnap our son to a place I would never
find him as well. Big surprise huh? Nows the time in my life I say, "I should
have listened to mom and dad."

Although I went through hell because of this man and "religion" I feel that I
have a mission in life to open the eyes of people to the threat of islam. I know
SO much about this subject and the true nature of how it works. I understand
what the Qur'An and sunnah of Muhammad really means to these people who we label
as extremists when all they are being are good muslims. I lived it!!! It was my
life for years and I studied under a very knowledgable scholar. I believe that
all that I have learned and went through didn't happen in vain. It's my lifes
work to teach people about what islam REALLY is! and why we should ALL be
islamiphobic!!!! If their is anything I can do to support your efforts I will do
whatever is in my power. My life experience and knowledge of islam cannot and
should not be kept of myself.

I'm currectly going through a long divorce and custody battle with my ex and I
want to also help spare other young, naive women from making the same mistake as
me. I was fooled by muslims and became one and now I'm paying the price by
having to live in fear everyday that my son will be abducted from me.

Please let me know if their is anything I can do to support your efforts. I will
write, speak, whatever to wake people up and teach them about islam and how
their freedom is at stake if we allow it to take over.

-Melany Anthony


calmilhan said...

Islam is the second most practiced religion. I don't kno where you guys live, but i hope you see the real picture. Islam is truly peaceful religion, and I couldn't picture myself without it. I have never hurt a human being nor will i do it in the future and I am Muslim ah. everyday, I watch and read comments like this but still it doesn't effect me, but it hurts me that you are misunderstanding.

Anonymous said...

Is the following not a Supremacist, Bigoted line of thought:


(1) Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace) is the last prophet and messenger. Anyone claiming to be a prophet or messenger of Allah after him or to found a new religion is a fraud, misled and misleading.

(2) Previously revealed religions were valid in their own eras, as is attested to by many verses in the Holy Koran, but were abrogated by the universal message of Islam, as equally attested to by many verses of the Koran. Both points are worthy of attention from English-speaking Muslims, who are occasionally exposed to erroneous theories advanced by some teachers and Koran translators affirming these religions’ validity but denying or not mentioning their abrogation, or that it is unbelief (KUFR) to hold that the remnant cults now bearing the names of formerly valid religions, such as “Christianity” or “Judaism,” are acceptable to Allah Most High after He has sent the final messenger (Allah bless him and give him peace) to the entire world (dis: o8.7(20).

The penalty for Kufr = DEATH

c2.5 The unlawful (haram) is what the Law-giver strictly forbids. Someone who commits an unlawful act deserves punishment, while one who refrains from it out of obedience to the command of Allah is rewarded.

(3) and unbelief (Kufr), sins which put one beyond the pale of Islam (as discussed at o8.7) and necessitate stating the Testification of Faith (Shahada)…

f1.3 Someone (who knows Islamic Jurisprudence) or denies something…which there is scholarly consensus…is executed for his unbelief…

O4.17 There is no indemnity for killing a non-Muslim…

O8.3 If he is a freeman, no one besides the caliph or his representative may kill him. If someone else kills him, the killer is either disciplined (def17) (O: for arrogating the caliph’s prerogative and encroaching upon his rights, as this is one of his duties).

(A: though if there is no Caliph (def: o25), no permission is required.

O8.7 (7) to deny any verse of the Koran or anything which by scholarly consensus (def: b7) belongs to it, or to add a verse that does not belong to it;

(2) to intend to commit unbelief, even if in the future…

(3) to speak words that imply unbelief…

(14) to deny the obligatory character of something which by the consensus of Muslims (ijma’, def: b7) is part of Islam…

(19) To be sarcastic about any ruling of the Sacred Law;

(20) or to deny that Allah intended the Prophet’s message (Allah bless him and give him peace) to be the religion followed by the entire world (dis: w4.3-4) (al-Hadiyya al-Ala’iyya (y4), 423-24)

(Reliance of the Traveller - A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law)

The Atomic Fruitbat said...

See, here's the thing, Anonymous. You don't get to tell calmilhan what (s)he believes, because you don't have any idea.

I suggest you knock off the "look how barbaric these verses from your holy book are" games, because a) it's stupid and pointless unless someone directly states that they agree with what you're claiming, and b) if your favorite holy book is the one I expect it is, you don't exactly have the moral high ground on this topic.

Anonymous said...

I know what Muhammad believes and after all, he is Islam’s expert. To know Muhammed is to be an expert, and to know which expert is right is not a matter of college credentials or religion, but knowing which expert agrees with the Qur’an and Sunnah.