On the eleventh of October, 2007, the learned Scholars of Islam, in compliance with Islamic law, issued a call to Islam, thinly disguised as a peace talk proposal.

The purpose of this blog is to alert Western Civilization to the imminent danger posed by Islam by dissection & analysis of the demonic letter.

Muhammad first sent out extortion letters, then he sent his army. In the first post, I bring this fact to the forefront. Subsequent posts will delve more deeply into the  Quran, traditions of Muhammad’s companions and Islamic law.

These posts will be documented with hyperlinks to Islamic sources. Through those links, you will gain access to the Qur’an, Hadith collections, Tafsir & Fiqh.

The more you know, the better prepared you will be to resist Allah’s schemes.  In the blog roll you will find a link to Crusader’s Armory which contains links to the Qur’an Hadith, Tafsir and other resources including e-books you can download and use for ready reference. Other resources include fliers you can print, fold & distribute and Powerpoint presentations you can attach to email to share your new found knowledge with family, friends & associates.

You can also share the truth by signing several on line petitions and emailing their URLs to President Bush , your Congressman, Senators and address book. The Congress Debate Koran petition includes the most egregious quotations which document the evil nature, purpose and actions of Islam. It calls for televised congressional hearings into Islam’s scripture & traditions.


30 Responses to “About”

  1. Austin Says:

    This is full of more hateful polemic than, to be honest, I care to read in its absolute entirety or respond to fully, especially given the late hour upon I have stumbled on it. I find it repugnant, not merely because of its boorish incivility, but, more importantly, because of the astonishingly irrational categorical claims about “Islam” and Muslims.

    Hence, for the time being, I would like to ask only two questions: one, where are you from? two, do you actually know any Muslims personally?

    Thanks, and if you are at all interested in conversing about these seriously and rationally–and, no, I am not a Muslim–then let me know, and I will gladly furnish an explanation as to why I hold this nascent blog in such low esteem.

  2. dajjal Says:

    I am a life long American, natural born citizen and voter with a Bachelors in Political Science and my only contact with Muslims has been electronic. all of which is irrelevant to the subject matter at hand.

    The About page is simply an overview of the blog’s mission. While it does contain statements of fact & opinion, it is not intended to persuade.

    Do you dispute the fact that the Ulama posted an open letter to the Pope and more than twenty other presiding Bishops?

    Do you dispute the fact that it is a call to embrace Islam?

    Do you dispute the fact that it is a thinly disguised extortion letter?

    Do you dispute the fact that Western Civilization is under attack?

    Perhaps you should read the full text of the Ulama’s letter and take a closer look at the multitude of wars being waged by Islam on a global scale.

    Muhammad hired scribes to write extortion letters which were delivered by private courier. An extensive collection of his extortion letters is available here: http://www.alquraan.net/letters/letters_2.html .
    Muhammad sent his army to follow up on those letters. If there is any doubt of this fact, read: http://www.alquraan.net/letters/letters_2.html#LETTER%20TO%20THE%20JEWS%20OF%20KHYBER
    and http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/fundamentals/hadithsunnah/bukhari/059.sbt.html#005.059.512 . The same sequence of events occurred with the Persian Empire.

    I have no information concerning your knowledge or ignorance of Islam, but I have done my research and I document what I write. Anyone who reads my posts can fact check them; I do not conceal my sources, I share them through links.

    I am not politically correct; I tell it as it is, not as idealistic left wingers want it to be. I invite you to read my substantive posts; try to find substantive factual fallacy or error in them, you won’t succeed.

  3. Austin Says:


    Thanks for responding.

    I’m aware that this is merely the “about” page, and I didn’t mean to imply that this was the only page I had read. A read a great portion of your other posts, to which I thought, among other things, “who the hell is this guy?” Then I clicked “about,” and decided to leave a comment here as it was the last thing I read before going to bed. In the future, if I wish to challenge a particular point in any post, I’ll leave the comment in the apporpriate place. If you choose to move this conversation, that’s your prerogative.

    However, I think this may be the appropriate page to bear out this discussion, given that I have very serious problems with the premises upon which you seem to build the “logic” behind each post.

    In a theoretical world divorced from the exigencies of human life–in a theoretical world where perfect, complete knowledge is readily available and easily discernable, your personal contact with Muslims or lack thereof would be irrelevant to the subject matter at hand. Reasoning capabilities stand aside from “personal experience,” we can agree. However, we should not neglect the fact that “personal experience” can inform us and provide a body of knowledge for our reason to draw on when forming opinions.

    That being said, your writing smacks of one who has no personal experience to inform the process by which you draw conclusions. This is manifested over and over again by one huge logical fallacy–the way you broadly categorize “Islam,” as though not only it in and of itself is an actor in world affairs, but as though one can treat Muslims as a giant monolith, moving to the beat of the same drummer. I find that this is almost always the case with people who hold overbearing prejudices, be it against religious groups, homosexuals, or members of different races, as my experience as an African-American who has occasionally confronted unapologetic racists has born out.

    This is the great problem I have with the tenor of your blog: It overlooks the faculty of individualism that governs us all, rather than being the exclusive prevail of western Europeans and their progeny in other locales. Speaking of Europeans and Westerners, in view of the great tapestry of their history, with all of its conflicts, achievments, and cultural and linguistic diversity, as though it were a monolith moving inexorably towards a certain historical inevitability, would be nonsense. And so it goes with any other broad category of people, Muslims included, but just as easily Asians, or Africans, or Buddhists, or whatever large swath of people you can think of.

    I find it hard to believe that someone, if they were personally acquainted with Muslims, would have such an easy time making a mockery of their individual faculties. I also find it alarming that a college-educated person, particularly one having studied political science, in the 21st century, can make such broad-brush conclusions. I had assumed you were American, but I was wondering, specifically, where you’re from.

    I’ve written a lot, so I’m going to stop now. But, before I conclude, I’ll tell you a little about myself so you can have a better idea of some experiences that inform my reasoning, since I’ve taken the liberty to write so much. My name is Austin, and I’m a 5th-year senior majoring in History at Georgia State University in Atlanta, where I’ve lived since starting school (I grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta). My minor is Arabic. I have studied abroad twice: I spent the academic year 2005-2006 in Amman, Jordan, and this past summer I spent five weeks in Sana’a, Yemen. In fact, my only overseas experience has been in these two countries in the Middle East. My time abroad has done much to dispel romantic notions I had of Arab culture(s) and has emboldened my readiness to criticize without fear of politically correct platitudes. I am not a “liberal,” but I’m sure as hell not a “conservative,” at least in contemporary American parlance. I’m a voter, and I tend to vote libertarian. I was raised a Christian, but apostacized around age sixteen, and have had a strong bias against the religion ever since; although I have never ceased engaging with, befriending and loving greatly Christian individuals, my parents included. My brother is a convert to Islam. The label that best describes my religious views is “deist,” although it’s not always adequate.

    And there you have it. Thanks for reading.

  4. dajjal Says:

    Thank you for the reply, Austin. If you believe in the existence of a supreme being, you must have some list of characteristics which you ascribe thereto or at least a list of characteristics which you believe are or should be excluded.

    Would a loving, merciful & compassionate deity arbitrarily create one group for paradise and another to be burned in the fire? That is exactly what Muhammad described; its related in Malik’s Muwatta 46.1.2 which you can find in the Compendium of Islamic Texts at MSA-USC. http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/fundamentals/hadithsunnah/muwatta/046.mmt.html#

    This is not about Muslims as individuals. It is about Islam: the damnable demands of the system which are imposed on Allah’s slaves.

    Allah commands Muslims jointly & severally (look up fard ayn & fard kifaya) to fight with pagans until only Allah is worshiped in the entire world. He commands Muslims to fight with people of the book until they are subdued and pay extortion. He commands the casting of terror into the hearts of those subjected to unremitting warfare. He commands making a great slaughter. He commands that Islam be made superior and dominant. He promises victory to Muhammad. A believing Muslim has only one guaranteed path to Paradise and obtaining one of the best seats: death in battle against Kuffar. That is why suicide bombers are willing to perform their horrendous acts.

    It is difficult to come to a full understanding of these facts without reading the entire Qur’an and Sahih Bukhari’s books of Jihad, Khumus & Expedition.

    You will find 9:29 and related ahadith in these posts. They are linked to source so that you can obtain access to the entire document. There is one relatively short e-book which you will find helpful: Jihad: The Islamic Doctrine of Permanent War http://www.bharatvani.org/books/jihad/ .

    What did Muhammad do to the entire Arabian Peninsula? What did his Caliphs do to Syria, North Africa, and half of Asia? Why? How did they motivate their warriors? The history of Islam is a series of battles. Why is that?

    In some of these posts, you will find two quotations from Reliance of the Traveler. After reading them contemplate this question: who enslaved Africans and sold them to the colonists? Before you jump on me, look in the university’s library for White Gold to see what Islam did in Europe.

    If you read these posts carefully you will discover that I am exposing deceptions contained within the Ulama’s missive to Christianity. Follow the links with an open mind.

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    • dajjal Says:

      Thank you, Gwyn, for the kind words of encouragement. This blog began as an answer to the Ulema’s extortion letter to Pope Benedixt XVI and expanded to be a resource provider for seekers of authentic Islamic texts. It is small, it does not receive a large number of hits, but your statement that it is provocative , educational and entertaining is the highest possible praise.

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