Visualize Sharia Law?

23 11 2009

I have an idea for a new bumper sticker: Visualize Sharia Law. The thought comes from a bumper sticker from the eighties: Visualize World Peace. Picture what it would be like to live under Sharia Law. Islam divides the world into only two groups, the House of Peace (Islam) and the House of War (infidels). In other words, they are at war with the rest of us until we submit. Islam is committed to total world conquest. The word Islam literally translates as submission. This does not sound bad to Western thought because we have been birthed out of a Judeo-Christian heritage, which teaches submission differently. Islam’s submission is imposed by Sharia law, while our kind of submission is voluntary. Their submission is actually domination. One example is the idea of offense. Jews and Christians are offended all the time. We are taught to respond with forgiveness. Islamists demand laws be passed to criminalize offense to Muslims. It is a contrived offense as a means to an end. Sharia is imposed inch by inch and yard by yard on naïve slumbering Westerners till it is too late.

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23 11 2009
Lynn

Visualize what it would be like if we tried to live by the word of God as Jesus instructed in the Bible. Which would you prefer?

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12 12 2009
toni35in2008

Hey,
can you tell me where it is recorded in Islamic literature where they call themselves the “House of Peace” and call us the “House of War?”
TW

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15 12 2009
elishasees

Here is the LINK to the explanation on Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divisions_of_the_world_in_Islam

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