Hedaya 2.140 Annotated

Hedaya 2.141 Annotated

Preserve the First Amendment from Attack by the OIC!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Uncle Vladdie Punks Euro LibTurds

Uncle Vladdie Punks Euro LibTurds Uncle Vladdie Punks Euro LibTurds

    The irascible Canuck sent to me a copy of a comment he had posted in response to an article at Gatestone. Institute. Unk, blood boiled by Moronic quotes from various LibTurds who, in their AssWholliness, suppose themselves mentally & morally superior to mere mortals, launched a vitriolic attack that, at first glance, appears to be against Gatestone but is really aimed at the LibTurds.

    Certain that Gatestone will not publish Unk's argument, I take the liberty of publishing it with added emphasis and links. My editorial comments appear in square brackets [].   



 [Onfray is represented as accusing the West as having "attacked first". Unk takes umbrage from that false accusation but falls short of representing the whole truth which is that Islam vs The World is the first world war begun in 624 and waged with short interruptions ever since.]

"Perhaps these craven and morally inverted libTurds [AssWholes] have forgotten that islam openly declares its holy right and duty to its "god" to always attack first[1].

Allah deliberately created us as infidels for the muslims to attack, to prove them selves to him. That's their narrative, and they won't be soon changing their tune.

These intellectual midgets conveniently forget that all those Middle Eastern "muslim countries" which they mistakenly presume were always theirs, were ALL previously Greek, Christian countries, before they were violently invaded, genocided, raped and conquered by the muslim Arabs! (Hint: Arabs are ONLY from the country called "Arabia")! You know, countries like: Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, Iraq, a large part of Greece itself (the parts formerly known as Thrace, Tarsus, and Anatolia, but now called "Turkey") and India (now known as "Bangladesh" and "Pakistan")!

So, NO; We didn't start it by attacking them first. Before Muhammad, (and, come to think of it, ever since, too) nobody had ever bothered to invade Arabia - a lifeless land of volcanoes and deserts - not even Alexander the Great! So islam wasn't formed to "defend muslims" (which also never existed before Muhammad)!

Read the Qur'an, ahadith and sirat - there is nothing defensive about islam:

The Qur’an clearly and very specifically tells muslims the Bible is wrong and also that all Christians and Jews are infidel criminals who worship a false god, and who must therefore be extorted, enslaved, and murdered for their “crime” of not being muslims:

Sura (Chapter) 47:1-4 of the Qur'an:

1: non-muslims are bad, (allegedly because they insult allah by dividing his nature*);
2: muslims are good, (allegedly because to them allah is the cause of everything*);
3: Allah made them both like that;
4: So muslims should chop off the non-muslims' heads.
("Allah could have done it himself, but he wants you muslims to do it for him").

It's all right there, in context: islamic violence is entirely general doctrine-driven, and not at all specific grievance-driven.

(And chapter 47 isn't by any stretch even remotely the worst, most violent chapter; that honor goes to either chapter 8 or 9).

So don't go looking for what actions of yours may have offended or provoked them; they have been taught from birth that your existence alone offends their god, and so should offend them. [http://islamexposed.blogspot.com/2016/03/al-wala-wal-bara-fountainhead-of.html]

Muslims have been officially taught to believe that they are the “best of people” (Qur’an 3:110 [Sahih Bukhari 6.60.80]) and that unbelievers are the “most vile of created beings” (Qur’an 98:6).

*[Soon shall We cast terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers, for that they joined companions with Allah, for which He had sent no authority: their abode will be the Fire: And evil is the home of the wrong-doers! (3:151)].


So, if and when you consider islam to be a religion, you must agree with it’s main tenet: that God is a violent murderer who wants his muslim tribe to violently conquer the world by extorting, enslaving, and murdering all the non-muslim humans, right?

At WORST, all REAL religions only say:

"Obey our silly rules, or GOD (/'the gods') will get you!"

...but ONLY islam says:

"Obey our silly rules, or WE will get you ('for god')!"

A forced 'Faith!' ISN'T a "Faith!" at all - it's only extortion, and extortion is always a CRIME.

Bottom line: Muslims must be told straight out, unequivocally: "If you decide to believe in "allah," you have declared yourself a criminal, and so must be arrested, indicted, tried and convicted. Your confession of "faith" in your crime-god will help us to do so."


Further, here are some more teachings from the Koran, “valid from eternity to eternity”:

2:191 Slay the unbelievers wherever you come upon them.
9:5 Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them.
2:98 Allah is the enemy of the unbelievers.
30:45 Allah does not love the unbelievers.
3:28 Muslims must not take the infidels as friends.
3:85 If anyone desires a religion other than Islam (submission to Allah) it will never be accepted.
8:12 Cast terror into the hearts of the infidels. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them.
8:60 And prepare against them whatever you are able of power and of steeds of war by which you may terrify the enemy of Allah and your enemy.
4:89 Anyone trying to leave islam must be murdered for it.

Got that yet? “Kill them wherever you find them!” is from (2:191, 4:89, AND 9:5).

There really is not any room for doubt. Islam is a MURDER-gang / extortion racket posing as religion."
Muslims & Dhimmis assert falsely that Jihad is exclusively defensive; that Muslims only fight to defend themselves. They malignantly cite 5.32, kaiffed from the Sanhedrin, to 'prove' that Islam does not attack innocent people, concealing with kitman, their conceit that only Muslims are innocent. They do not cite 5.33, which prescribes hudd for "waging war against Allah and his Messenger", which is not defined in the Qur'an. Ibn Kathir defined it in his tafsir: "`Wage war' mentioned here means, oppose and contradict, and it includes disbelief, blocking roads and spreading fear in the fairways. ..." [Emphasis added.] They can decapitate you for not believing in Allah. See also the two pdf files embedded at the top of this blog for more detail from Shari'ah.

    There is no mention of defensive Jihad in the main Jihad imperatives: 8.39, 9.29 & 9.123. Defensive/retaliatory Jihad is mentioned in 22.39 & 2.191 but the reference to those who fight you" in 2.190 means those who reject and resist Islam, not "those who attack you" . Refer to Sahih Muslim 19.4294.

Here is the relevant Islamic law from "The Reliance Of The Traveller", echoed in Hedaya, Volume 2, page 143 and Risala Chapter 30.2(b).  Muslims must invite their victims to Islam before attacking!  If you need more proof that Jihad is offensive, refer to "The Book Of Jihad", page 18.

O9.8: The Objectives of Jihad

The caliph (o25) makes war upon Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians (N: provided he has first invited them to enter Islam in faith and practice, and if they will not, then invited them to enter the social order of Islam by paying the non-Muslim poll tax

Friday, September 23, 2016

Islamism Is A Lie!

Islamism Is A lie! Uncle Vladdie requested that I reply to a Clarion Project article for him 'cuz he is not able to access Facebook and they use the FB app. for commenting. Clarion always deletes our comments so I am blogging Unk's cmnt. with my editorial comments in square brackets [].

    My first bone to pick is with their title:

"Why Won’t The Press Call the NY Bomber An Islamist Terrorist?"

"Islamist" is a lie: it implies the existence of an anodyne Islam. It's Islam, Stupid!  Islam is what Moe preached, recorded in the Koran and practiced, recorded in the hadith & sira. Islamism is the doctrine which requires the imposition of Islamic law upon the entire world. It is found in the Koran: 8.39 wherein Muslims are to wage war on pagans until only Allah is worshiped, 9.33 & Sahih Bukhari 1.3.125 wherein  Islam is to be made to dominate the world, 24.55,  wherein Allah promises to make Muslims rulers of the earth and 13.41, wherein he promises them the world.

" The fastest way to combat anti-Muslim bigotry is to deal with the menace of Islamist extremism and put a stop to it."
Condemnation of Islam and rejection of Muslims based on knowledge of the damnable doctrines and practices of Islam is not bigotry.

    There is one terrorist group: Islam, the alphabet soup of terror groups are branches of that one tree.  Allah's Jihad imperatives, threat & promise are the toots of Islamic Terrorism which can not be stopped without making Islam extinct.

    The chief determinant of a Believer's eternal destiny is his participation in Jihad or lack thereof. He goes to war or to Hell. If he goes to war, he is admitted to Allah's celestial orgy.  Get a clue: 3:151, 8:12,39,57,60,65,67, 9:5,29,38, 39,111,120,123, 33:26,27, 47:4,49:15, 59:2,13, 61:10-13; Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331 & 4.52.220

    The media will not identify Islam as the root cause of Islamic terrorism for the same reason that Clarion Project won't:  acknowledge  the truth; you must recognize the fact that the Jihad will not end until Islam is extinct.

    The political will for exterminating 1.5 billion Muslims does not exist. Traitors & fools equate that with the Shoa but killing Orcs or Vampires is not the moral equivalent of murdering innocent Jews.

    Realistically, it is not possible to nuke Muslims off the face of the earth without intolerable collateral damage. The solution requires a combination of kinetic force against the most violent & recalcitrant believers  and destroying the Iman of the Ummah. 

    Unfortunately our traitors do not recognize the necessity of waging the ideological war and, if they did, they would lack the political will to do it.

    Uncle Vladdie's email, containing his comment, follows.
Would you please reply to this article (no comments is suspicious; I bet they're busy censoring)!


Also, their only comments now seem to be via Fascbook (which I ain't been on in years)!

So, something like this, please:

"ALL muslims are criminals: by their own rules, they must endorse in public every word in the Qur’an, which tells them that they are so “superior” to all non-muslims, that it’s not only their right, but also their holy duty to their god, to extort, enslave, and murder all the non-muslims in the world, simply for the “crime” of not being muslims [Refer to the two pdf files embedded at the top of this blog.].

And they have no choice - islam isn't cafeteria catholicism, it's all or nothing (sura 2:85) and so if they give evidence they aren't toeing the line, the others must murder them for apostacy (4:86).

Therefore all muslims call them selves "muslims" and not "islamists," or "radicals," or "moderates!"

So the Qur'an is a clearly-written, us-versus-them hate-crime book, endorsing a permanent might-makes-right death-threat.[https://www.scribd.com/doc/220586952/What-s-Wrong-With-Islam-Muslims]

ALL muslims are criminals, as being members of the ancient, ongoing global extortion racket called islam. In sharia law texts, muslims are SUPPOSED to be regarded as threats (as "objects of fear") by all the unbelievers[8.57 & 60 see also Hedaya 2.155], whether or not the individual muslim has itself actually committed any crimes.

That's why we have laws against simply being a MEMBER of a crime-gang or 'criminal enterprise' because their membership endorses the inherent threat[Moe said:"And whoever says: None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.' saves his
wealth and his life from me" Bukhari 9.92.388. Moe dictated & dispatched threatening extortion letters; this one is the most explicit, To the rulers of a port city in Jordan.]. Threats are crimes in themselves: they are psychological attacks, also known as intimidation, bullying, coercion, duress, harrassment, activist agitation, extortion, and “terrorism.”

And even any “only" attempted crimes are still considered by civilized people to be crimes."

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

National AssWhole Spews at Refugee Summit

Obamination: National AssWhole Spews at Refugee Summit Obamination addressed the refugee summit which he called and spewed feces. I have reproduced the spew below, adding emphasis and superscripts. Click the superscripts to read my commentary, then hit Back Space to return to your place in the spew.

United Nations
New York, New York   
3:43 P.M. EDT
PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Yusra, we could not be prouder of you -- not just for the great introduction, but more importantly, for your courage and your resilience and the great example that you're setting for children everywhere, including your eight-year-old sister, who I know must look up to you.  (Applause.)
Good afternoon.  Mr. Secretary General; Your Excellencies, we are here because, right now, in crowded camps and cities around the world, there are families -- from Darfur in Chad, Palestinians in Lebanon, Afghans in Pakistan, Colombians in Ecuador -- who’ve endured years -- in some cases, decades -- as refugees, surviving on rations and aid, and who dream of someday, somehow, having a home of their own.1
We’re here because, right now, there are young girls -- like Yusra, like my daughters -- who are just as precious and just as gifted -- like the 16-year-old refugee from Myanmar that I met in Malaysia -- who’ve suffered unspeakable abuse at the hands of traffickers, modern day slavery, girls who pray at night that someone might rescue them from their torment.  There are boys, fleeing the fighting in South Sudan, violence in Central America, wars in North Africa and the Middle East -- who are at the mercy of criminals who pack them into trucks or makeshift rafts, and who die on treacherous seas -- like little Alan Kurdi from Syria, lifeless, face down on a Turkish beach, in his red shirt and blue pants.  
We are here because, right now, there are mothers separated from their children -- like the woman in a camp in Greece, who held on to her family photographs, heard her children cry on the phone, and who said “my breath is my children…every day I am dying 10, 20, 30 times.”  We’re here because there are fathers who simply want to build a new life and provide for their families -- like Refaai Hamo, from Syria, who lost his wife and daughter in the war, who we welcomed to America, and who says, “I still think I have a chance to make a difference in the world.”
Mr. Secretary General; heads of state and heads of government; distinguished guests; ladies and gentlemen:  As you saw in the video, we are facing a crisis of epic proportions.  More than 65 million people have been driven from their homes -- which is more than any time since the Second World War.  Among them are more than 21 million refugees who have fled their countries -- everything and everyone they’ve ever known, fleeing with a suitcase or the clothes on their back.
And I’m here today -- I called this summit -- because this crisis is one of the most urgent tests of our time -- our capacity for collective action.  To test, first and foremost, our ability to end conflicts, because so many of the world’s refugees come from just three countries ravaged by war -- Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia. 2

And I said today to the General Assembly, the mentality that allows for violence with impunity is something we cannot excuse. 3 And collectively, we continue to make excuses.  It's not the subject of this summit, but we all know that what is happening in Syria, for example, is unacceptable.  And we are not as unified as we should be in pushing to make it stop.
It’s a test of our international system where all nations ought to share in our collective responsibilities,4 because the vast majority of refugees are hosted by just 10 countries who are bearing a very heavy burden -- among them Turkey, Pakistan, Lebanon, Iran, Ethiopia.  Countries that often have fewer resources than many of those who are doing little or nothing.
It is a crisis of our shared security.  Not because refugees are a threat 5.  Refugees, most of whom are women and children, are often fleeing war and terrorism.  They are victims.  They’re families who want to be safe and to work, be good citizens and contribute to their country -- I was talking to Yusra -- she’s now in Germany.  She already speaks some English.  Now she’s trying to learn German -- who are interested in assimilating and contributing to the society in which they find themselves.  
In recent years, in the United States, we’ve worked to put in intensive screening and security checks 6, so we can welcome refugees and ensure our security -- in fact, refugees are subject to more rigorous screening than the average tourist.  We’ve seen in America, hardworking, patriotic refugees serve in our military, and start new businesses and help revitalize communities.  I believe refugees can make us stronger.
So the challenge to our security is because when desperate refugees 7 pay cold-hearted traffickers for passage, it funds the same criminals who are smuggling arms and drugs and children.  When nations with their own internal difficulties find themselves hosting massive refugee populations for years on end, it can risk more instability.  It oftentimes surfaces tensions in our society when we have disorderly and disproportionate migration into some countries that skews our politics and is subject to demagoguery. 8
And if we were to turn refugees away simply because of their background or religion 9, or, for example, because they are Muslim, then we would be reinforcing terrorist propaganda that nations like my own are somehow opposed to Islam, which is an ugly lie that must be rejected in all of our countries by upholding the values of pluralism and diversity. 10

And finally, this crisis is a test of our common humanity 11 -- whether we give in to suspicion and fear and build walls 12, or whether we see ourselves in another.  Those girls being trafficked and tortured, they could be our daughters.  That little boy on the beach could be our son or our grandson.  We cannot avert our eyes or turn our backs.  To slam the door in the face of these families would betray our deepest values.  It would deny our own heritage as nations, including the United States of America, that have been built by immigrants and refugees.  And it would be to ignore a teaching at the heart of so many faiths that we do unto others as we would have them do unto us; that we welcome the stranger in our midst.  And just as failure to act in the past -- for example, by turning away Jews fleeing Nazi Germany -- is a stain on our collective conscience, I believe history will judge us harshly if we do not rise to this moment.
First and foremost, we must recognize that refugees are a symptom of larger failures -- be it war, ethnic tensions, or persecution.  If we truly want to address the crisis, wars like the savagery in Syria must be brought to an end -- and it will be brought to an end through political settlement and diplomacy, and not simply by bombing.
We have to insist on greater investments 13 in development and education and democratic institutions -- the lack of which fuels so much of the instability we see in the world.  And we need to continue to speak up for justice and equality, and insist that the universal human rights of every person are upheld, everywhere.
In the face of this crisis, with what often seems grim news, we are grateful for the heroic work of so many around the world. Leaders who, often in the face of difficult politics at home, welcome refugees as new neighbors.  Businesses, such as those I met with right before I came here, which had made commitments worth more than $650 million to empower refugees.  International institutions and faith groups and NGOs, including InterAction -- the alliance of American NGOs -- whose members will invest more than $1.2 billion over the next three years to assist the world’s displaced people and refugees.
As Americans, we're determined to do our part.  The United Nations [United States] is the largest single donor of humanitarian aid around the world, including to refugees and to the people of Syria.  We resettle more refugees than any other nation.  As President, I’ve increased the number of refugees we are resettling to 85,000 this year, which includes 10,000 Syrian refugees -- a goal we’ve exceeded even as we’ve upheld our rigorous screening.  And I called for this summit because we all have to do more.
I want to thank our co-hosts, Secretary General Ban, and Jordan.  Obviously, Jordan is carrying an enormous burden as a consequence of the conflict, and we are grateful for His Majesty and the work that they've done.  Mexico, which is absorbing a great number of refugees from Central America.  Sweden, which has made enormous humanitarian contributions in addition to taking on refugees.  Germany and Canada -- two countries that have gone above and beyond in providing support for refugees.  And I want to personally thank Chancellor Merkel and Prime Minister Trudeau, and the people of both those countries -- because the politics sometimes can be hard, but it's the right thing to do.  And Ethiopia, which as was noted in the video, bears an enormous burden.
I also want to thank the more than 50 nations and organizations participating in this summit for making tangible, concrete commitments.  Collectively, our nations have increased our contributions to humanitarian organizations and U.N. appeals this year by some $4.5 billion, and that includes a $1 billion increase this year from the United States.  This will translate concretely into lifesaving food, and medicine, and clothing, and shelter.
But since we can’t just keep on doing the same thing the same way -- allowing refugees to languish in camps, disconnected from society -- we’ve also been working with the World Bank to create new financing facilities to assist countries hosting refugees build schools and economic opportunities.  As part of these efforts, the United States will contribute at least $50 million to help middle-income countries, and we’ll do more to help low-income countries so that refugees and their host communities can flourish and grow stronger together.  The refugees in places like Ecuador or Kenya don’t always get as much attention as some of the recent migrations, but they need help too.  And that's part of our goal here.
Collectively, our nations are roughly doubling the number of refugees that we admit to our countries to more than 360,000 this year.  Again, I want to especially commend Germany, Canada, Austria, the Netherlands and Australia for their continued leadership, as well countries like Argentina and Portugal for their new commitments.  And today, I'm proud to announce that the United States will continue our leadership role.  In the coming fiscal year, starting next week, the United States will welcome and resettle 110,000 refugees from around the world -- which is a nearly 60 percent increase over 2015.  We intend to do it right, and we will do it safely.
Collectively, the major commitments by Turkey, Thailand, Chad and Jordan will help more than one million children who are refugees get an education; will help one million refugees get training, new skills or find a job.  And in all of this work, we cannot forget those who are often the most vulnerable to abuse -- young girls and women.  So a key part of our efforts must be a renewed commitment to stopping sexual violence and forced marriage.  And we need to do more to truly empower women and girls -- because every girl deserves the chance to grow and be safe, and every woman should have her human rights and dignity upheld.
So I'm heartened by the commitments that have been made here today.  They will help save lives.  But we're going to have to be honest -- it’s still not enough; not sufficient for a crisis of this magnitude.  And that’s why I believe this summit must be the beginning of a new global movement where everybody does more:    More nations donating more assistance and accepting more refugees.  More institutions and NGOs finding new ways to deliver aid.  More businesses contributing their expertise.  More faith groups making this work their own.  More young people demanding action.  More states and cities and towns coming forward and saying, yes, we will open our communities to our fellow human beings in need.  And more pressure on those countries that are willing to perpetrate violence on their own citizens in pursuit of power that carries such a heavy human toll.
We can learn from a young boy named Alex, who lives not far from here in Scarsdale, New York.  Last month, like all of us, Alex saw that heartbreaking image -- five-year-old Omran Daqneesh in Aleppo, Syria, sitting in that ambulance, silent and in shock, trying to wipe the blood from his hands.
And here in New York, Alex, who is just six years old, sat down and wrote me a letter.  And he said, he wanted Omran to come live with him and his family.  "Since he won’t bring toys," Alex wrote, "I will share my bike and I will teach him how to ride it.  I will teach him addition and subtraction.  My little sister will be collecting butterflies and fireflies for him…We can all play together.  We will give him a family and he will be our brother."
Those are the words of a six-year-old boy.  He teaches us a lot.  (Applause.)
The humanity that a young child can display, who hasn’t learned to be cynical, or suspicious, or fearful of other people because of where they’re from, or how they look, or how they pray, and who just understands the notion of treating somebody that is like him with compassion, with kindness -- we can all learn from Alex.  Imagine the suffering we could ease, and the lives we could save, and what our world would look like if, seeing a child who’s hurting anywhere in the world, we say, "We will give him a family and he will be our brother."
We spend, so many of us in politics and in leadership, so much time devoted to ascending the ladders of power.  We spend time maintaining it; we spend time trying to win over public opinion.  And maybe sometimes we forget that the only rationale for doing it is to help that little boy.  I hope and pray that we remember.
I appreciate all of your support.  Thank you.  (Applause.)
4:02 P.M. EDThttps://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/20/remarks-president-obama-leaders-summit-refugees
"Gimmigrants dream of sucking our  welfare teat until they bleed us to death. Their children will shoot, knife & bomb us to death. Falestinians had no reason to leave Israel; their dictators ordered them to leave, to clear the way for the genocide of Israel, which failed. Does anyone remember Sirhan and Kennedy?  He came here to end a life, not to improve his.  What did the mass murderers in San Bernardino & Orlando  have in common with the New York/New Jersey Bomber??
All three are Muslims and the sons of immigrants. This is a pull your head out of your anus moment.

"our ability to end conflicts, because so many of the world’s refugees come from just three countries ravaged by war -- Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia." Conflicts between Muslim rivals for power and Muslims against Kuffar can only be ended by making Islam extinct. While Muslims continue to believe in Allah, his imperatives, threat & promise, their Jihad will never end.

Who has the political will to invade, conquer, occupy and dominate Syria, Iraq, Iran & Libya and rule them with an iron fist until their populations abandon Islam and develop the attitudes and aptitudes requisite to democratic self government?  Without that will, you are stirring up trouble, part of the problem, not part of the solution. Sit down and shut up!!!

"the mentality that allows for violence with impunity is something we cannot excuseWho will bell the cat? Who will shoot the cat for eating the robin?   In Serbia, your beloved Slick Willy punished the victims for defending themselves against Muslim aggressors.  In the Levant, you grant impunity to HAMAS & Hezbollah by bitching & resolving against Israel for defending herself against their attacks. Go  to Hell, Hypocrite!

"collective responsibilities"  There is no responsibility to accept gimmigrants who come to suck us dry and subvert our institutions! The collective responsibility is to sever from the face of the earth the devotees of the demon who demands that they conquer the entire world and promises them hair pie in the sky when they die trying.

"not because refugees are a threat" The spokesmen of ISIS have openly declared their intent and ability to embed gunmen and bombers among the gimmigrants and have demonstrated the same in Belgium,  Germany and France.  If they are Muslims, they are a real and proximate threat.

"screening and security checks" Like the 800 deportees you gave citizenship? Like your catch and release program at the southern border.  Yeah, right.

"desperate refugees" If they have thousands of dollars to pay smugglers, how desperate are they?? They could buy AK47s and defend themselves at home.

"disorderly and disproportionate migration into some countries that skews our politics and is subject to demagoguery. "
The present address to the refugee summit is a prime example of demagoguery!  Rational objection  to importing our enemies to expand their fifth column is not demagoguery, bitching about it is.

"if we were to turn refugees away simply because of their background or religion" Muslims worship a demon who demands that they attempt to conquer the world, promises hair pie in the sky when they die for trying and threatens them with eternal damnation if they shirk Jihad. "Fight those of the disbelievers nearest you"  is ample reason for rejecting Muslim gimmigrants!

"terrorist propaganda that nations like my own are somehow opposed to Islam, which is an ugly lie that must be rejected in all of our countries by upholding the values of pluralism and diversity" Were we opposed to the Barbary Pirates? Why? Why did we fight two wars against them? Were we opposed to the Third Reich and Empire of Japan?  Anyone who does not oppose Islam is a waste of flesh, soul and resources; an enemy to all who value life and liberty.  Islam is the set of doctrines which makes Muslims implacable enemies of Western Civilization. Diversity and pluralism are worthless and, to the extent that their mantra rationalizes tolerance of Islam, devastating evils leading to civilizational suicide.

"our common humanity" We have nothing in common with Muslims. They have sold their souls to Satan and shed their humanity to prey upon the human race.

"build walls" Muslims can walk across the border with the wet backs. We need a wall for national security. Why is there a fence around the White House?  Hijra is not about assimilation and building, it is about conquest. Have you so soon forgotten what Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar Gaddafi said about demographic conquest??

"greater investments" Gambling is not investment. Boozing is not investment. Foreign aid is not investment. 'Rass your Socialism and take it to Hell with you!