Trusting the Ayatollahs

(American Thinker) Raymond Ibrahim - The Islamic doctrine of taqiyya permits Muslims to deceive non-Muslims. The Islamic prophet Muhammad himself regularly lied to his infidel enemies, often resulting in their murder. He also proclaimed that lying was permissible in three contexts, one being war. Moreover, taqiyya became second nature to the Shia - the sect ruling Iran. Islamic law takes circumstance into account. Reach peace when weak, wage war when strong, has been an Islamic modus operandi for centuries. It's all very standard for Islamic leaders to say they are pursuing nuclear energy for peaceful purposes while they are weaker than their infidel foes - as Iran is today - but once they acquire nukes, the jihad can resume in earnest.

2015-04-02 00:00:00

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