It is often described as the day that changed the world but, in fact, 9/11 only brought home to the West what had been simmering, and sometimes breaking out violently, in different parts of the world for nearly half a century.
By Michael Nazir-Ali, former Bishop of Rochester
11 Sep 2011
The effects on America and Europe were nothing short of traumatic. There was an immediate questioning of a growing “globalism” and the emergence of a siege mentality. Heightened security has eased people’s minds, but there still lurks a basic anxiety about when, and where, the next attack will be.
At the heart of extremism is an ideology, a world-view – and not just concerning the perceived wrong done to the Muslim Umma (or people). Such an ideology expects Islam to dominate rather than to accept a subservient place in world affairs. It promotes pan-Islam and the ultimate rejection of nation-states, even Muslim ones. It may be that some extremists chatter about an Islamic state, in this part of the world or that; however, its ultimate aim is a single Islamic political, social, economic and spiritual entity.
* Michael Nazir-Ali is now President of OXTRAD, the Oxford Centre for Training, Research, Advocacy and Dialogue
Full article at "The Telegraph"
This is ultimately a battle between the Biblical God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) and the Koranic "Allah". There is only one outcome; Islam will be destroyed, and "Allah" bound in the Lake of Fire for eternity, unable to deceive the nations any further. "Allah" mocks and blasphemes against Jesus Christ, denying that He is the Son of God (Sura 4:171), and denying His crucifixion (Sura 4:157).
"Allah" therefore is antichrist:
"Who is the liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the Antichrist, he who denies the Father and the Son." (1 John 2:22)"
Allah's" days are numbered. Islam will be destroyed.