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  • Thou Shall Not Kill, Except In The Quran?

    Over the last year or so I have been on over 150 radio shows across the country and one question I ask the host is, “What percentage of your audience has read the Quran or Sharia Law?” Most of the time the number is 5% or less. Americas were shocked at the beheading of the two American reporters and the person from Britain. The press seems to think that these two beheadings forced the president to change his position on ISIL.

    This is a direct translation from the Quran section 47, subchapter 4 and 5:

    “And when you meet in regular battle those who disbelieve, smite their necks.”

    Under Sharia law Chapter 8 Verse 12 says, God revealed His will to the angels, saying: “I shall be with you. Give courage to the believers. I shall cast terror into the hearts of the infidels. Strike off their heads, strike off the very tips of their fingers.”

    Beheading as a practice by Muslims dates back to the time of Mohammad in 627AD when he ordered the beheading of between 400 and 900 innocent civilians after the battle of Banu Qurayza. So the right, no the order from the Quran and Sharia Law is to kill non-believers because they are infidels.

    We have all heard the requirement to “Convert or die.” The practice of beheadings, crucifixion and the outright killing of infidels are all part of the history of Islam. It is hard to understand when the president said in his September 10 address to the nation that ISIL is not Islam; perhaps he needs to read the Quran and Sharia Law.

    His statement on ISIL reminded me of his chastising of Putin over his 20th century tactics Russia used when he invaded the Ukraine. The entire world is not as current as the president and for him to ignore 1,400 years of history in governing how a people will act is a mistake.

    As we approach this pending battle with ISIL we must remember that any troops on the ground regardless of the national origin, who are captured will be likely candidates to be beheaded. Some have suggested that the Geneva Convention controls the treatment of prisoners of war. Keep in mind that ISIL is not, nor has it agreed to the terms and conditions of the Convention in the treatment of our people.

    There is no doubt in my mind that if we are not truly committed to the eradication of these people, with all the recourses necessary, then we will be fighting for many years to come. If we do not destroy this army I truly believe that they will come to our country and their attacks will make September 11 look like training camp.

    The dictionary defines the word terrorism as: “The use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.” I do believe that ISIL is already here and they most likely came through the southern border. They will use all of the above tactics to force change in America. The question we must deal with as Americans, “Do we want to defend our way of life and go there and fight or do we want to wait until they come hear and fight them on Main Street,” in either case many Americans will die.


    Dan Perkins

    Dan Perkins is a novelist who has written a trilogy on a terrorist attack against the United States. The Brotherhood of the Red Nile series is available at Amazon.com. Mr. Perkins book web site is www.danperkins.guru.

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