Ridiculous Infideliphobia much?


Infideliphobia.  Yeah.  That’s what it is.  That’s why wild Muslims run around murdering, enslaving, harrassing, and torturing non-Muslims so much these days.  And they call US Islamophobic for finding that fact concerning?????

Listen, a phobia is an irrational fear of something.  Our leeriness of Islam is NOT irrational… but I do think there’s of us rather irrational, or WAS, that is, until they proved beyond all doubt that they were our enemy avowed, the soldiers of a Satanic entity they call Allah.

I don’t think all Muslims are.  Just the ones that follow Islam/Mohammad to the letter and use it as their excuse to torture, rape, murder, enslave, terrorize, harrass, or oppress others.  Not all Muslims do that; only the really serious ones. 

May they come to a horrific end.

Of course, there are also some that lay between: they don’t do those things themselves, but actively support or fail to oppose those among them who DO.  They’re guilty too. 

May they be buried in pig poop.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.  I know Allah just means “The God” but bear in mind that even followers of the same religion don’t necessarily worship the same god.  They just worship what they perceive as God.  Individual perceptions can be VERY different from one another.  They may agree on some things, even the general format, while being miles apart on the most intimately and socially important issues related thereto.

But I digress.

Pure by-the-book Muslims are so anti-Jew (among other types of non-Muslim) that it’s ridiculous. Just because their prophet was hysterically afraid of or offended by them, they figure they have to be… and their stupid religious teachers just keep perpetuating this idiocy.

I get tired of the “zionist consipiracy crap they are constantly spouting and am ceaselessly amazed at how otherwise intelligent Muslims just eat it out of their hands.

Why? Israel is a small country. Why do its larger, more belligerant, neighbors find it so threatening? It makes no sense.

I saw another idiot imam on an Egyptian television show the other day whose more secular host asked him about the Islamic persecution of Christians and Jews. She pointed out to him that the Koran said Christians and Jews were people of the book so why should Muslims persecute them?

His answer was that they were kafir/hypocrits because they did not accept the prophet of Islam or his ways, therefore they should not be considered people of the book and were fair game for persecuting and killing.

Seriously? Does he realize how moranic it is for him (or anyone) to expect pre-existing, well established religions to just blithely adopt an upstart new religion and its raving prophet that has shown no improvement over the old, goes against it entirely, and is extremely cruel, oppressive, and downright barbaric besides? Who would want to convert to that? Only bad or stupid people or teenage rebels might. Normal people, content in their existing faith certainly wouldn’t… and Islam wants to punish them for that.

Ridiculous. Obscenely so!

Ha.  And this morning, a Muslim went to a synagog shouting “Allahu Akbar!” (God is Greats) “I’m gonna cut your heads off!”

Later, after the police arrived, he denied saying this, saying instead that he’d come there merely to convert these Jews to Islam: “I don’t got to force it upon them, but I could offer them my insight, I could offer them what I think is the truth, is the right path to Heaven.” 

I really don’t think the truly religious know the difference between right and wrong because when you submit wholly to whatever religion you are, you give over your discernment to it. 

You define right and wrong not simply on what is positive/negative, creative/destructive, harmonious/disharmonious, selfless/selfish, etc. but only on what the religion says right and wrong are.  In many religions, this may result in an  intellectual stupor hard to think past, but may work out okay anyway if the core teachings of that religion happen to be bennificent in nature.  If they are not beneficent, however, things can go VERY wrong for all concerned and the tards that fall for it will not be able to think their way out of a wet paper bag when finally it dawns on them (if it ever does) that they may have been deceived in their beliefs.

I mean, after the nightmare of the Burning Times and a few scattered historical episodes otherwise (okay, a LOT of them) most religions don’t behave horribly as consistently as Islam does.  But, as an example, Christianity’s core teaching is “Treat others the way you want to be treated.”  The Old Testement core teaching is eye-for-eye and fear god.  Budism is all about peace and harmony.  Islam’s core teaching is more along the lines of “Slay and terrorize the infidels until worship is only to Allah.” 

This does NOT endear purist Islam to anyone but power mongers and fools.

Islamophobia should really be called Islamo-realism.  It’s not a phobia when they really do want to kill us.

The term Infideliphobia applies to a lot of Muslims who shouldn’t fear us if they haven’t wronged us.  But those who have wronged us are very much in danger of getting back what they dished out.  Well, sort of.

I can’t imagine an non-Muslims save for the likes of a very fringe serial killer few who would ever want to behave as horribly to Muslims as ISIS, Hamas, Hizbollah, Talebane, etc. have behaved to non-Muslims, but we have reached the saturation point of our tolerance.  We may not be as brutal, but these terrorist types have made their absolute extremination as necessary to us as the air we breathe.

Karma’s gonna get you barbarians. 

Or us. 

Either way….

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About Ampbreia

I'm an ex-Pentacostal, ex-Muslim, ecclectic Agnostic with slightly Wiccan leanings. I am not affiliated with any organized religion or political platform, but I do believe in magic and all things wise and wonderful. I work as an admin in a calibration lab. I've published 2 books so far this year: Lost in Foreign Passions: Love and betrayal, passion and loss in the heart of an alien land (a memoir of my time as a Muslimah and living in Iran for a year), written under my previous married name, Debra Kamza, and Dream Lover (a paranormal romance, the tale of witch that summons her favorite character out of a Bewitched spin-off and the actor who plays him as well). I'm constantly writing stories and poems, thoughts and dreams, and quite a few opinions - many of which are not popular but oh well. Bite me. I'm interested in art, animals, the paranormal, and people. I love to dance, all sorts, but have been studying belly dance since 2006 and LOVE it! I love anime too and love dressing up and going to conventions. My writing runs the gummut of historical, science fiction, fantasy, romance, and erotica. Beware: I may not be safe reading for work. Just saying....
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3 Responses to Ridiculous Infideliphobia much?

  1. jr cline says:

    I like the pig poop idea

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  2. Religions (any and all) seem to encourage (or more than encourage) some people to do some strange, sad, horrifying things. 😦
    Good to see you posting again! 🙂
    (((HUGS)))

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  3. “offer them his insight”? HA!

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