The Vampire


Islam is like a vampire.  It mesmerizes and/or deceives its naive supplicants who have either been forced to accept it, seduced, or bought into its lies.

The supplicants bare their throats to it; let it drink from them both blood and soul until they are drained of their humanity.

The most ardent of these supplicants – rather a lot of them – then become the vampire themselves.  The lie, they seduce, they thirst for blood, and they kill without compunction or mercy.


It isn’t just DAESH that’s so blood-thirsty.  Blood-thirstiness is a common trait of all Islamic theocracies even down to individual Muslim communities and families in non-Muslim lands that refuse to assimilate in the nation that took them in.

Like the mythological vampire, the Islamist fears light.  Figh.  Not sunlight, of course, but the light of truth.  They can not easily withstand it and still maintain themselves as the  vampires.

Figh – anything that causes a Muslim to question their religion – is a capital offense in Islam.  It’s one of a million or so excuses the hardcore Muslim has for beheading people or killing them in other gruesome ways.

Figh is what can return a Muslim’s humanity.  Figh is what can kill them too.  It’s sunlight to a vampire.

These were my thoughts when I chanced upon an Islamic forum where a Muslim had asked if Islam acknowledged the reality of vampires and asked whether or not they were haram (spiritually impure).

I laughed reading all the answers.  None of them really answered the question but I wanted to.  I refrained though.  The mentality there was child-like.  If I told them what I thought, that Islam itself is a sort of vampire, they would have been too outraged to deal with it.  They can’t handle figh.

The Golden Rule is light, figh, so not taught in Islam. It would have saved many from its evil clutches if  it had been but then that would have gone against Islam pretty much all the way.

It’s simple: treat others the way you want to be treated.  Don’t be a savage asshole by harassing, oppressing, torturing, enslaving, or killing them when they don’t happen to agree with your inculcated religious viewpoints.  Be nice.  Be decent.  Be grateful.  Don’t whine and belligerate all the time.  Be gentle and harmonious.  Kill only in self defense or defense of loved ones.

Killing for religion is terribly wrong.  It’s not nice, not decent, and definitely not harmonious.  All hands will end up turned against you in self defense as against a rabid animal.

Islam has damned itself.  I feel sorry for all the otherwise good people that will be dragged down with it when it collapses under the weight of it’s own horrifically bad karma just because they lack the fortitude or moral compass to escape it.  I hope they have the sense to leave Islam before it reaches the point of no return.  I hope they free themselves and become human again.

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 The Vampire

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on Islam. I tend to study it in a more academic way, but I understand that your experience with Islam was more personal. Aside from reading your blog, are there any good resources you can think of that I could benefit from in trying to understand Islam more effectively? I’ve read the Koran, some of the hadith, and just ordered a book on Islamic jurisprudence based on the Sunnah. Am I missing anything important?


    • Ampbreia says:

      1. I would read a lot of the sahih hadith as well as the history of Islam in the Middle East proper, Africa, India, and Europe from both Muslim and non-Muslim viewpoints. Read about the real Vlad Tepesh/Dracul, for instance. He’s the ultimate vampire resulting directly from Islam. The result of his captivity in the Sultan’s court was both terrifying and sad. I can’t help but think it knocked him completely off his rocker.

      2. Memoirs of non-Muslims who have lived in the Muslim world can be eye-opening too. A born Muslim takes for granted a lot of things that would shock the rest of us speechless. Been there, done that. Read the memoirs of apostates like Ali Sina and Nonnie Darwish. Check out for reasons that many of us left Islam. Read memoirs of Muslims. A particularly good first book in a series is “Princess: A Story of Life Behind the Veil” ghost written by Jean Sasson. Oh… and “Dreams of Tresspass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood” by Fatima Mernissi. I haven’t read that one yet, but I keep meaning to. The excerpts of it I’ve read were very interesting.

      3. There are a lot of websites and forums on the subject of course; is one of them. I belonged to that one for years while Muslims and non-Muslims were still talking to each other with a modicrum of civility, trying earnestly to understand one another. But the more terror attacks kept happening, the more the civility faded until the non-Muslims there started attacking Muslims the moment they said they were Muslim and the Muslims started giving death threats out like Halloween candy. Before that happened, the open environment made it possibly for a lot of Muslims to quietly leave Islam. When the hostility started outweighing the openness, I sort of drifted away.

      The website is more of an insider view of Islam where Muslims and apostates from Islam are still pretty much talking to each other with a great deal of courtesy and openness. Last I checked anyway.

      4. And then there are the crusader-type websites like The Counter Jihad Alliance, Ban the Koran, Daniel Pipes, Meiam Namazeh and many others.

      5. Read Ask the Mullah type sites where you can find Fatwah on a variety of subjects, like “Fatwah” is supposed to be the educated opinion of an Islamic cleric/Mullah. I think a lot of them will either strike you as very funny or very horrifying because they tend toward the savage, primitive, and backward. You’ll find advice about things as strange as beastiality and pedophilia (perfectly acceptable in Islam but it has rules), ritual sacrifice, “answering the offices of nature,” social relations, etiquette, marriage, smoking, reading, hairstyles, and science, etc. Some of the stranger ones I saw insisted that the earth was flat and the center of the universe, that mountains prevent earthquakes, that drinking camel urine is a cure-all… You may think some of these are a joke, but most hardline Muslims are extremely serious about this stuff. True Islam is so extremely regimented and enforced with intimidation and violence that people look for extremely specific advice in how to do every little thing in their lives and what they should think about it. It’s life and death for them so I guess they’re a little anxious. They can legitimately use only the Koran, Sahih Hadith, and fatwahs as daily personal guidelines and also as the basis for sharia law. I found it very strange and amusing to see the Muslims around me continuously seeking this guidance when I lived in Iran and was more than a little exasperated with my Muslim husband for asking a mullah if he were allowed to wear his gold wedding band. The mullah said “No, that only women could wear gold but weren’t allowed to show it in public.” This differs from mullah to mullah however and Salifi/Sunni mullahs, unlike their Shia brothers, appear to favor men wearing gold but they argue about it constantly and sharia law in any Islamic country can be modified without warning at any given time. Ignorance of changes in the law are no excuse! You can still be caned in the public square for missing the memo. Hence, the crazy anxiety over getting up-to-date fatwahs.

      Anyway, this reply is long enough. Hope it helps you in your quest for information though.


  2. Wow! That’s a whole lot of thoughtful responses you’ve given me. I really appreciate you taking the time to write it out. I’m sure it will add a lot to my exploration. 🙂


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