Islamic terrorists: the shadow of a criminal organization on world religion

On Monday, RIA "News”, And along with it, dozens of news agencies, newspapers and television companies reported that on Sunday the Iraqi Air Force struck at the motorcade of the leader of the Islamic State (IG) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The leader of Islamic terrorists was wounded during the shelling of his convoy. In addition, as a result of an air attack, two commanders were killed, along with al-Baghdadi. This is Omar al-Kubeysi, who is responsible for finance in the city of Abu Kamal, and Abu Saad al-Karbuli, who coordinated the security of the movement of the leaders of the IG, transmit the agency with reference to the Iraqi military.




Islamic militants caliph

This is the third attempt this year on the leader of the extremist group "Islamic State". In February, the Al-Arabiya Channel was quick to announce that as a result of airstrikes of the pro-Western coalition in the Iraqi Al-Qaim region, dozens of terrorists were killed, including major field commanders and IS leaders. Arab journalists have suggested that among the dead or wounded may be the "emir of the Islamic state" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. However, a refutation soon followed. The death of the terrorist leader has not been confirmed.

A new message about the attack on al-Baghdadi came in March. News agencies reported that on the border between Iraq and Syria, Abu Bakr's convoy of three vehicles was attacked by the pro-Western coalition. It was reported that the leader of the Islamists died in the hospital of the Syrian city of Ar-Raqqah, and the militants of the "Islamic state" swore a new "caliph". Even his name was called. Later, the British The Guardian clarified that Abu Bakr was still alive, but paralyzed as a result of a spinal injury.

The attacks on the leader of Islamic terrorists are fueled by the promise of the United States to pay 10 million dollars for information that will lead to the arrest or death of al-Baghdadi. Experts cite two reasons for United States interest in this death. Public - psychologically break the main gangster grouping in the Middle East. The second reason is not advertised - Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi went out of control of the special services of the bastion of world democracy and could inflict serious reputational damage on her if the former connections of the American military and the leader of the terrorists manifest themselves in the public sphere.

The fact that al-Baghdadi is the next “son of a bitch” of the United States is indirectly indicated by their own information. According to official data from the US Department of Defense, Ibrahim Ali al-Badri (native of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi) was detained and held in Bukka, the largest American camp in Iraq, from February to December 2004. Unlike many Iraqi prisoners who were languishing in the dungeons of a long period of the US military campaign, Abu Bakr was released after ten months of treatment, and already in 2005, he appeared in the US intelligence report as an al-Qaida appointee in the city of Qaym in Iraq's western desert on the border with Syria.

This is not very similar to the miscalculation of the American special services, who have not considered a potential terrorist leader in the prisoner Abu Bakra. Experts do not claim that a quick release from the camp was the intention of the US military to take control of al-Qaeda’s actions in the region. However, they do not exclude such a version.

Most likely, life has prevented these plans. Already in 2006, the Iraqi terrorists squabbled with their Syrian accomplices and were expelled from al-Qaeda. In response, the militants, to whose assets belonged to Abu Bakr, organized a "Consultative meeting of the Mujahideen." He was soon joined by four more major groups (“Army of the Victorious Community”, “Army of the Sunnah and Community Communists”, “Army of the Conquerors” and “Army of Companions”). October 15 The 2006 of the year they announced the creation of the “Islamic State of Iraq” (ISI), which was soon enlarged by a number of other small Islamist groups.

In April, 2013, the whole of this gop company as an independent force joined the civil war in Syria and began to call itself “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria”
(according to other versions of "... and Levant", "... va Sham"). This move by Iraqi terrorists has led to new frictions for al-Qaida and the ISI. They were even demanded to return to Iraq, and Al-Qaeda’s “legal representative” in Syria was declared the “Al Nusra Front”.

Instead, the group of ISIL launched a full-scale offensive in the northern and western regions of Iraq, it became ever deeper to penetrate into Syria. I took control of major cities, oil fields and entire provinces.

29 June 2014 of the year in Sham (Levant) and Iraq, a terrorist group declared an Islamic caliphate and proclaimed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as sheikh. A week later, al-Baghdadi, during the Friday prayer in the mosque of Mosul, called on all Muslims in the world to join the jihad under the leadership of the group and announced a claim for religious and political power over all the regions inhabited by Sunni Muslims, including Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Kuwait, Lebanon, Turkey and Russia. As a result of these claims, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant grouping, rejected the geographical binding in its name and became the Islamic State, declaring the Syrian city of Ar-Raqqah the capital.

Inspired by the July al-Baghdadi speech, foreign fighters said they no longer needed citizenship, and publicly tore up or burned their passports. Sworn to "Islamic caliphate" groups of Muslims participating in hostilities in Afghanistan, Algeria, Pakistan, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Nigeria.

The world did not recognize the IS, and a number of states, including Russia, outlawed a terrorist group and completely banned its activities on its territory.

Under the black banner of terror

As eyewitnesses testify, who fled from the Iraqi city Faluj, conquered by the ISI, the militants for the first six months feared an insurrection among the population. They did not force the population to strictly follow their laws. Then they belted. Sharia form of government with its numerous prohibitions and punishments (for example, women are forbidden to move along the street without a man, you must adhere to the "dress code" of Islamists, during Friday prayers the shops must close, you can not smoke cigarettes and chew gum, without a good reason to miss prayers in the mosque, etc. For these and other violations punishable with lashes, less often - high fines.) Not only established new requirements for the Sunni Muslim group under its control. She made Muslims of other currents of Islam and especially Christians completely completely defenseless. Here, a violation of prohibitions already turns into the death penalty.

Blood has flowed. A lot of blood. This is the case for the territories that once constituted the periphery of the Ottoman Empire, in many ways customary. The janissaries committed atrocities here for centuries — they cut their heads, put people on a stake, and stripped the skin from the living. This cruelty is not forgotten and accepted by the terrorists of our time as a sign of power and rule.

The world saw and shuddered. As a result of a survey conducted among Sunni Arabs from several countries (Tunisia, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Iraq), it was found that 85 percent of respondents negatively relate to the actions of the IG and only 11 support them. In this last group, the main part consisted of people who have hostility to Shiites, a sharp rejection of the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as well as the policies of the West. An extremely small proportion of supporters of the IG considers the militants of this organization to be defenders of Islamic religious values.

Islamic scholars echo those questioned. Even the most radical of them explain that, for example, all other cults, superstitions, worship of the elements and mythical characters are considered from a Muslim point of view a grave sin before Allah. However, it is not washed off with blood, but says goodbye with sincere repentance. In other words, even in the eyes of religious leaders of a radical sense, all these public executions have nothing in common with the true faith, but serve only as a pretext for terror.

From the very beginning of the conflict, theologians, opposition to the al-Assad regime, did not support the supporters of the IG. They declared them "heretics", Muslims who misunderstood the texts of Islam. This opinion was shared, for example, by the chairman of the Fatwa Committee of the League of Syrian Theologians, Sheikh Marwan al-Qadiri. Then the conclusions of authoritative religious figures became sharper and tougher. They felt uncomfortable alongside Islamic terrorists. Already at the beginning of 2014, theologians began to say that IG supporters crossed all borders - they blamed Muslims for unbelief, “they declared their lives and property to be allowed” (they kill and rob them).

Opponents of al-Baghdadi dispute his right to declare and legitimize the caliphate. Thus, the International Union of Muslim Scientists, through the mouth of its chairman, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, stated that “the proclaimed caliphate lost touch with reality. This caliphate has neither the support of most Muslims, nor territory, nor economy, nor recognition. He levels and discredits the very notion of a caliphate. “The Islamic State” is an organization that represents only itself and has no right to speak for all Muslims. ”

Secular authorities hold a similar position. In March of this year, the Interreligious Council of Russia at its meeting in the State Duma made a decision that recommends all Russian media to abandon the abbreviations IG and ISIL. Council members believe that these abbreviations discredit the concept of "Islam" and "state." The terrorist grouping of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is more appropriately denoted by a similar Arabic abbreviation DAISH (from Arabic - the Islamic state of Iraq and Sham).

The French Foreign Ministry went even further and suggested calling the militants of this grouping “Daesh thugs”, and the Egyptian religious department Dar al-Ifat considers it right to call them “Al Qaeda Separatists in Iraq and Syria” or ISIS.

At first glance it seems - this is a pun. The thing is that the name "DAISH" resembles some dissonant words in Arabic. It just infuriates the terrorists themselves. In their "code of laws" there is even a punishment in 70 lashes for those who dare say "DAISH" instead of "Islamic State" - despite the fact that Arabic is considered the official language of the IG.

The media did not support the “rebranding” proposed by the Interreligious Council. The point is not that the journalists were afraid of X-NUMX lash al-Baghdadi. Rather, it has not yet come to the realization that a handful (a very small number among those who profess Islam) casts a shadow on religion, with the faith in which more than one and a half billion earthlings live. But the main thing is that such an event requires organized and coordinated actions in order not to mislead its readers and viewers by teasing terms. So far, the “rebranding” has not happened either in Russia, or in France, or in Egypt, and under the black banner of terror, a terrorist group, arrogantly declaring itself “Islamic State”, flaunts religious slogans.

... Terrorism is beyond religion. His motive is to achieve his goals without political struggle and public consent, but only by coercion and force. weapons. This is how the al-Baghdadi group with its numerous branches around the world, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and the Afghan Taliban, act. You can continue to list groups and groups. They are even in countries where Muslims constitute a very small part of the population. As it is now in the Philippines, where riot fighters from the Moro Liberation Front are fighting for the creation of an independent Islamic state. Goals everywhere are banal everywhere - to take power into their own hands. The means chosen are bloody terror and the assigned right to religion, which is worshiped by a fifth of the world's population ...
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  1. Glot 14 October 2015 06: 57 New
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    ... Terrorism is beyond religions.


    This is true, yes, but there is something Islam among all these Abu Barabu in the vast majority. And so of course, terrorists are outside religions.
    1. beitar 14 October 2015 07: 02 New
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      Tired of these tales about moderate Islam, which supposedly perverted by bad extremist terrorists. The truth is not always convenient and lies in the fact that the Qur'an itself is distinguished by a sharp intolerance towards Gentiles, contains calls for hatred of Christians and Jews, compares them with monkeys. So if someone perverts Islam, then these are just peace-loving Muslims
      1. SeregaBoss 14 October 2015 07: 36 New
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        I have a friend, a peace-loving Muslim, Islam did not pervert him. he didn’t read the Koran and is not going to read!
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      3. Darkoff
        Darkoff 14 October 2015 07: 46 New
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        In your opinion, it turns out that all Muslims are potential jihadists?
        You hang this label on a huge part of humanity.
        Similarly, in past centuries, nothing prevented the peace-loving (10 commandments) Christians from carrying their faith with swords, destroying not only Gentiles, but also Christians of a different kind (heretics) + crusades, etc.
        Any wars are organized by limited groups of people striving for unlimited power. A religious or other ideological background is nothing more than an instrument for attracting like-minded people to their ranks.
        Do not stain any of the world's religions with blood. Neither the way jihadists and crusaders do it, nor the way you do it. Blood is always in the hands of scumbags, and they are in all religions.
        1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 08: 32 New
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          In your opinion, it turns out that all Muslims are potential jihadists

          Exactly. A true Muslim should imitate his prophet. And the prophet, as everyone knows who was interested in the history of Islam, robbed caravans, killed people, sold them en masse to slavery, etc.
          And these facts cannot be smeared more talkatively “about the great world religion” and about the fact that “all religions teach good.”
          You hang this label on a huge part of humanity

          This should not be scared - a huge part of humanity is uneducated, lives on the level of the community system and, in truth, is inferior.
          Any wars are organized by limited groups of people striving for unlimited power.

          In-in. The founders of Islam belonged precisely to these groups.
          1. Darkoff
            Darkoff 14 October 2015 09: 20 New
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            Primitive reason. You can not call a person inferior if he is different from you in something. This wildness was popular in Europe in the 30s. The result is known.
            The basis of today's tension is not so much Islam as the extermination of secular power in Iraq, Libya and the weakness of secular power in Syria. The vacuum (absence) of secular power is filled with extremist religious ideology. The problem is that the Americans who provoked this situation did not think that this vacuum should be filled with something. In another set of circumstances, this could be any other religion. By the fact that people are always and everywhere the same. Everywhere there is a minority aspiring to power and a majority aspiring to service.
            1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 11: 47 New
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              Primitive reason. You can not call a person inferior if he is different from you in something. This wildness was popular in Europe in the 30s. The result is known.

              Can't homosexuality and other perversions be called perversions, since "this savagery has been popular all over the world quite recently"? The result of your approach is known and evident in modern Europe.
              The basis of today's tension is not so much Islam as the extermination of secular power in Iraq, Libya and the weakness of secular power in Syria.

              And the activities of the prophet Muhammad and the righteous caliphs, who are terrorists by modern standards, what basis do they have? Also Obama provoked them?
              You wouldn’t translate arrows on America and world capitalism - this is easiest, but you asked about the essence of Islam.
              1. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 14: 20 New
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                How much do you get paid for such a vile "job"?
                1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 14: 26 New
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                  Yes, they do not pay at all. Purely out of love for truth, and not love for idle chatter about the fact that everyone is good and who is bad, it's the Americans to blame.
              2. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 14: 29 New
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                But the essence of Islam, you are right, people need to ask, but keep in mind, if people know the essence of Islam, then the Mossad will have nothing to pay you for
                1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 14: 40 New
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                  Let them ask why the prophet of the religion of the world of love and good robbed caravans, why did this
                  About 600 Jews were cut; only one converted to Islam and thereby got rid of death. One beautiful Jewess, named Reyhanu, was forced to convert to Islam, and Muhammad took her to his harem

                  The activities of Khalid ibn-Walid, too, let them study.
        2. beitar 14 October 2015 11: 04 New
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          The fact is that the Bible does not teach hatred of other religions, and the Qur'an oozes to it. Therefore, Christians outgrew their childhood illness of extremism, and Muslims never outgrow it. It's true and you need to look into her eyes.
          1. abrakadabre 14 October 2015 12: 24 New
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            Here I would rather agree with you. The degree of intolerance in this religion is the highest of all Abrahamic.
            For example, how is the situation interpreted when a believer refuses religion or goes into another:
            1. Judaism - after death forever in hell without the right to rehabilitation (correct if it was inaccurate). But earthly life you can live as you want.
            2. Christianity of any of the faiths is similar to the previous one, but during life you have the opportunity to repent and earn a posthumous transition to paradise immediately or after serving some term in purgatory (consider the lite version of hell).
            3. Islam - the eternal torment of hell after death. Moreover, there is a direct injunction that a person should be executed. If possible immediately.

            Another example, the norms of punishment for certain misconduct in relation to the "correct" behavior in society:
            1. I don’t have any information about pure Judaism.
            2. Christianity - basically all sorts of supplications of sins and penances. Even despite the frankly vampire bestial grin of the medieval Inquisition, the latter always (albeit hypocritically) gave the appearance of mercy and forgiveness to its decisions on punishment - "execution without bloodshed" and so on. And the transfer of the offender into the hands of secular power
            3. Islam - no sentiment - stoning, pouring lashes and so on. It is advisable immediately and soon. And without involving any authorities.
          2. Weyland 15 October 2015 02: 13 New
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            Quote: beitar
            The Bible does not teach hatred of other religions, and the Qur'an oozes to it


            It New The covenant does not teach (which, CXX, your people do not recognize), but the Old ... Well, Shulkhan Arukh is also in business ...
      4. Yereke 14 October 2015 08: 50 New
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        )) rushed with a blue vomit. Better call your agent al-Baghdadi home .... Stalin was right about Jewry, that now there will never be peace there
      5. Max_Bauder 14 October 2015 11: 30 New
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        Quote: beitar
        Tired of these tales about moderate Islam, which supposedly perverted by bad extremist terrorists. The truth is not always convenient and lies in the fact that the Qur'an itself is distinguished by a sharp intolerance towards Gentiles, contains calls for hatred of Christians and Jews, compares them with monkeys. So if someone perverts Islam, then these are just peace-loving Muslims


        You are mistaken a forum member, Islam is not homogeneous, there are a lot of denominations and sects. Why is Islam belligerent now? simply because one sect appeared in the 18th century, namely Wahhabism and wreaked havoc. They slaughter not only Christians and Jews, Buddhists, and other pagans, but also Suffists, Alawites, and any other Muslims who do not correspond to their sense. It was born by the Saudis, who aspire to the main power, both religious and political.
        If you read history, you should know that, under early Islam, starting from the 7th century ending with 12m, Islam enlightened other countries, literature, mathematics (what number do you use, Roman?), Astronomy, medicine (where did the word algebra come from) medicine?), and other areas of science, Christians, Muslims and Jews peacefully coexisted. By the way, the latter played an important role in public life. Then excellent lawyers came out of them. The Arabs created huge libraries, they all read, especially the ancient Greek and philosophers. Read at least the history of the Cordoba caliphate and you will understand what an Islamic state can be, though until you come to them from the desert, uncouth almohads and almoravids forbidding writing and reading, in short, radicals.
        As for the current unfortunate organizers of the new caliphate, they have nothing to do with the ancient state, these simply uneducated thugs, bandits, hiding behind religion, like the ancient Bedouins, who had just come down from a camel.
        1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 11: 53 New
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          Why is Islam belligerent now?

          And when was he not militant?
          under early Islam, starting from the 7th century ending with 12m, Islam enlightened other countries, literature and mathematics were developed

          Under early Islam, the Caliphate was built from Spain to India - this was done through mass violence, terror and robbery. According to history, the rivers were red with the blood of infidels, which were enlightened by the tolerant "early" Muslims.
          1. Max_Bauder 14 October 2015 13: 24 New
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            Quote: Heimdall48
            this was done through mass violence, terror and robbery


            Well, you know, all kings do this on campaigns, the local natives somehow don’t want to educate themselves voluntarily laughing thus was built the Roman Empire, Macedonian, Persians Darius, the power of the Pope, Genghis Khan, Tamerlane and Napoleon. smile
            1. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 14: 14 New
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              Muhammad is not a king, he is a prophet of the Almighty and the founder of a religion that (according to the interpretation of modern talkers) teaches peace, goodness and love.
              The analogue is Jesus Christ. He also taught peace and goodness, but did not hang on a fig tree of Roman legionnaires. And Muhammad taught and hung. Do you feel the difference?
              The Crusaders slaughtered Muslims, but the founder of Christianity did not call them to this. This is their own improvisation. And Muslims even then and now slaughter Gentiles, but the founder of Islam urged them to do just that (including by his own example).
              Do you feel the logic?
          2. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 14: 49 New
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            And against the Amerkos, Zionists, Wahhabis, Masons and all kinds of other Satanists, one would have to be even more warlike, otherwise this rabble would turn planet Earth into a brothel of Satan.
        2. Glot 14 October 2015 12: 12 New
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          The Arabs created huge libraries, they all read, especially the ancient Greek and philosophers.


          This, of course, is just a legend, there is no direct evidence for this, but this legend speaks of the “pious” act of Caliph Omar ibn Khattab, namely his order to burn the Library of Alexandria (more precisely, what remains of it) with the words:
          "If these books say what is in the Qur'an, then they are useless. If they say something else, then they are harmful. Therefore, in both cases they must be burned."
          Although to argue that then among the Arabs there were many scientists, philosophers, doctors and other educated and who gave the whole world a lot of knowledge and understanding of people, of course it makes no sense. So it was.
          1. abrakadabre 14 October 2015 13: 09 New
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            Although to argue that then among the Arabs there were many scientists, philosophers, doctors and other educated and who gave the whole world a lot of knowledge and understanding of people, of course it makes no sense. So it was.
            List at least a few? No, there were a little more Arabized names and surnames than all. Well, the caliphate of victorious Islam. All of the "scientists, philosophers, doctors and other educated and who gave the whole world a lot of knowledge and understanding of people" were representatives of peoples just conquered by the Arab conquest. Which have been developed since ancient times, science, culture and so on.
            1. Glot 14 October 2015 13: 53 New
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              No, there were a little more Arabized names and surnames than all. Well, the caliphate of victorious Islam. All of the "scientists, philosophers, doctors and other educated and who gave the whole world a lot of knowledge and understanding of people" were representatives of peoples just conquered by the Arab conquest. Which have been developed since ancient times, science, culture and so on.


              Yes, you can unscrew it anyway, but these people lived in a caliphate, accepted it with all the consequences. So who are they, whose are they? Here. request
              And so, where did the dynastic roots of these people go, the second question.
              1. Wheel 14 October 2015 21: 57 New
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                Quote: Glot
                Yes, you can unscrew it anyway, but these people lived in a caliphate, accepted it with all the consequences. So who are they, whose are they? Here.

                Here it is ...
                However, if you look closely, the vast majority of these people had problems with Islam.
        3. abrakadabre 14 October 2015 12: 38 New
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          If you read history, you should know that, under early Islam, starting from the 7th century ending with 12m, Islam enlightened other countries, literature, mathematics (what number do you use, Roman?), Astronomy, medicine (where did the word algebra come from) medicine?), and other areas of science, Christians, Muslims and Jews peacefully coexisted.
          This is a misconception. Such a tolerant policy was pursued by the then secular authorities - caliphs, and not all ideological theologians. The same thing happened, for example, in Sicily after the Norman conquest, in the 12th century. The same flowering of culture and tolerance.

          De jure, of course, the caliphs were also religious leaders, but de facto this is precisely secular power. For the ideological work with the entire Muslim community, the caliph himself had no strength, no time, no special religious zeal.
      6. abrakadabre 14 October 2015 12: 10 New
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        And is there nothing like that in the Pentateuch? When the Jews came to the borders of the promised land after many years of wandering in the desert, what did God supposedly command upon conquest? - to exterminate all from small to large ... Even all cattle. It is strange that he did not order the entire conquered territory to sprinkle with bleach or quicklime.
        And after all, according to the text, the order was executed in full. Count the first official genocide. Moreover, it was sanctified by religion and included in the most important canon as a role model.
        Here are other Abrahamic religions and imitate.
        So we will not spit in a strange direction, otherwise we will run into such an answer ...
        1. Turkir 14 October 2015 16: 23 New
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          Moreover, it was sanctified by religion and included in the most important canon as a role model.

          You are absolutely right.
        2. Heimdall48 14 October 2015 17: 11 New
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          So we will not spit in a strange direction, otherwise we will run into such an answer ...

          We will not give a damn, but let's tell the truth - Old Testament Judaism was a specific narrow-national religion, not engaged in proselytism. It is unlikely that someone in their right mind would call Old Testament Judaism a religion of love and peace. This is a cruel religion. And there were specific reasons for the genocide of the Gentiles - this was necessary for the guaranteed separation of Jews from all other peoples, their mores and customs.
          Islam, however, positions itself as a universal universal religion accessible to all. But it acts in the old fashioned way with the same Old Testament methods of violence and destruction. And if so, then there can be no talk of the philanthropic essence of Islam.
      7. Weyland 15 October 2015 02: 09 New
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        Quote: beitar
        the Qur'an itself is distinguished by a sharp intolerance towards the Gentiles


        As it was said about a bitch in someone else's eye ... If you recall the book "Exodus", which prescribed not only the Canaanites to genocide, but even their cattle (!)
        Or like King David after taking the city of Rabbi "And the people who were in it, he brought out and put them under the saws, under the iron threshers, under the iron axes, and threw them into the kilns. "(2 Samuel, 12,30-31)
        What can I say? Except that: "Remember Lord King David and all his meekness"
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    3. Persistent 14 October 2015 16: 45 New
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      Why America believes that the actions of Russia benefit the Islamists7 - People always benefit if they grow wiser. The Islamists finally realized that the States would not save them from Russian missiles. laughing
  2. slizhov 14 October 2015 06: 59 New
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    why are real Muslims silent ..?
    why do Christians act as their protectors, both people and Faith ???
    1. Combitor 14 October 2015 07: 34 New
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      why are real Muslims silent ..?

      Are you talking about them? By the way, how many of these “refugees” and “true Muslims” children, women and old people count in the crowd.
    2. Bekas1967 14 October 2015 09: 51 New
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      They are in a state of confusion, -the belief in the holy has staggered, perverted to cave needs, reduced to punishments, worships and murders. . Part of the poor illiterate people, led, brainwashed. The religion of opium for the people with all that it implies ...
    3. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 14: 52 New
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      And who has been fighting the Wahhabis for 200 years?
  3. igorka357 14 October 2015 07: 02 New
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    Another Hezbollah, Alkaida, and others like them ... an ordinary terrorist group, no state!
  4. parusnik 14 October 2015 07: 24 New
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    The second reason is not being advertised - Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi got out of control of special services ... Like Osama Bin Laden .. What prevented him from taking him alive ... nothing ... but what prevented him from giving the wrong testimony ... But how much scream was ... killed the main terrorist .. The main terrorist in the US world ...
  5. Velizariy 14 October 2015 08: 57 New
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    Many times he asked a question to Muslims and just religious experts, and no one was in a hurry to answer the question: What is ISIS and perverted Islam ??? What is their behavior not consistent with the Quran?
    1. Max_Bauder 14 October 2015 13: 33 New
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      Quote: Velizariy
      Many times he asked a question to Muslims and just religious experts, and no one was in a hurry to answer the question: What is ISIS and perverted Islam ??? What is their behavior not consistent with the Quran?


      Yes, look what they are doing, this does not correspond not only to the Quran, but also to common sense, morality and humanity, not to mention the laws and the constitution of the country, criminal law.

      In general, read the book, the Koran, it is not more than one volume of Tolstoy's "War and Peace", preferably in the translation of Kuliev, and you will immediately understand what is wrong. And then give a link for a very long time.
    2. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 14: 58 New
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      They interpret the Qur'an at their discretion.
      1. abrakadabre 14 October 2015 15: 26 New
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        This is a dubious excuse