Koran, 5:33-34: The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and his messenger and strive after corruption in the land will be to be killed or crucified, or to have their hands and feet chopped off on opposite sides, or to be expelled out of the land. Such will be their humiliation in the world, and in the next world they will face an awful horror.
Koran, 8:12: Remember Allah inspired the angels: I am with you. Give firmness to the believers. I will instill terror into the hearts of the unbelievers: you smite them above their necks and smite all their fingertips off of them.
Koran, 8:37: In order that Allah may separate the pure from the impure, put all the impure ones [all non-Muslims] one on top of another in a heap and cast them into hell. They will have been the ones to have lost.
Koran, 9:73: O Prophet! Make war against the unbelievers [all non-Muslims] and the hypocrites and be merciless against them. Their home is hell, an evil refuge indeed.
Koran, 17:16-17: When we decide to destroy a population, we send a definite order to them who have the good things in life and yet sin. So that Allah's word is proven true against them, then we destroy them utterly.
Koran, 21:11: How many were the populations we utterly destroyed because of their sins, setting up in their place other peoples.
Koran, 47:4: When you meet the unbelievers in jihad [holy war], chop off their heads. And when you have brought them low, bind your prisoners rigorously. Then set them free or take ransom from them until the war is ended.
Late last month, a Muslim cleric delivered the daily prayer in the U.S. Capitol before House proceedings began.
Earlier this week the American House of Representatives voted unanimously to recognize the celebration of Ramadan, and it described the Muslim faith as ‘one of the great religions of the world'.
- Resolved, That--
(1) during this time of conflict, in order to demonstrate solidarity with and support for members of the community of Islam in the United States and throughout the world, the House of Representatives recognizes the Islamic faith as one of the great religions of the world; and
(2) in observance of and out of respect for the commencement of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting and spiritual renewal, the House of Representatives acknowledges the onset of Ramadan and expresses its deepest respect to Muslims in the United States and throughout the world on this significant occasion.
One of the dozens of invited guests to the White House dinner/celebration was Congressman Keith Ellison of Minnesota, who refused to take his oath of office by placing his right hand on the Bible. Instead, he requested to be sworn in with his right hand on the Koran (see excerpts from which, above).
Today, Ramadan was also observed in various commemorative events all over Washington, D.C., including at the Capitol and the Pentagon.
Below is a single representative rendering of one of thousands of American citizens who were never invited to the White House, and who, before driving to work on September 11, 2001, surely believed that their ‘leadership’ in Washington would take any steps, no matter how costly, to ensure the sovereignty of America and the safety of her citizens.
Which reader here can assert that those who perpetrated the holocaust resulting in the torturous death of that American, and thousands of his countrymen, were not simply following the law of Islam, as prescribed in the Koran (excerpts from which, above)?
And the man who sat in the White House on September 11, 2001 – and sits there still – fellowshipped and prayed with a roomful of Muslim ‘believers’ tonight, in our White House, assuming our blessing.
And we thought the cigar incident in the Oval Office was grotesque.
I do not sit with deceitful men, nor do I consort with hypocrites. I abhor the assembly of evildoers, and I will not sit with the wicked ... Psalm 26: 4-6