Zahid Mehmood Zahid
January 21, 2018
For much of the West, Muslims are nothing more than medieval zealots. Similarly, for many living in the Muslim world – the West represents public enemy number one. This dichotomy has led many to ask if a clash between Islam and the West is inevitable. ...# The 'clash' is in the heavens - between the aspirational 'lord of the worlds' of islam and Jesus Christ, for whom and through whom all things are created.
... Thus in the wake of the collapse of communism came the manufacturing of a monolithic Islam which, in the words of former US national security adviser Lt Gen (rtd) Michael Flynn, “is a political ideology with a religion”. ...# The monolithic islam is referred to as the 'ummah' by its members.
... Firstly, that Islam and the West have been locked in unending battle right from the Crusades to European colonialism that resulted in a Judeo-Christian project: namely, the state of Israel, which is seen as a conspiracy against Muslims. ...# The fake god and its followers are obsessed with the destruction of Israel - Jerusalem being a cup of trembling and burdensome stone which will survive all attacks by muslims and others.
... However, Muslim theologians argue that Islam and Christendom share much common ground in terms of prophets, the Day of Judgement, the afterlife and concepts of heaven and hell. Moreover, believing in the prophethood of Jesus (PBUH) is central to Islamic faith. The only area, in fact, where the two religions differ sharply is over the question of Christ being the Son of God. ...# islam being antichrist - denying the deity, son-ship and crucifixion of Jesus Christ, thus destining its followers to the Lake of Fire, should they reject salvation and eternal life through Jesus Christ; there is no salvation through allah, Mohammed, or anyone else.
... Therefore unconditional American support for Israel and its militarised foreign policy in Muslim lands from Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, as well as continued belligerence against Iran, leads the Islamic world to view the US through a hostile prism. Thus the risk of conflict from both sides is ever present. ...More on the 'hostile prism' the 'islamic world - ummah - monolithic islam previously denied above - and the risk of conflict (which will see an end to islam) at Daily Times (Pakistan - a nation under the sway of the fake god of islam)
# Flee from islam - run for your life!