Why can one never trust “the good” Muslims?
Tuesday, January 16, 2019
Religious fraud becomes a political barbarism!
For “good Muslims”, humanism, justice and humanity must depart if it promotes the “good cause” of Islam. It is a matter of being able to bluff, deceive and deceive “the unbelievers” in such a way that they are suddenly in “the house of peace” – that is, in a society where Islam, Allah and the Prophet’s army have pulverized all opposition. An act is good if it serves Allah.
This sad, but nonetheless, factual situation is being realized these days – the so-called “Oslo agreement” which was to create peace in the Middle East is being judged by commentators north and down. But why did everything fall into the gravel after precisely this agreement created such great hopes of peace – yes, not just the hopes of peace between Israelis and Palestinians was virtually a reality?
The whole thing was leaping as a result of the “good Muslim” Yasir Arafat having an underlying hidden agenda rooted in Islam. It turned out that he without scruples lied and deceived and led negotiations based on the bluff’s double play. He also admitted in 1994 that he had bluffed during these “peace talks” in Oslo, then he stated that he relied on the Oslo agreement in the same way that Muhammad appeared to the Quraish tribe in Mecca. The deal would apply for 10 years, but Muhammad ignored it. After two years he attacked Mecca. An agreement could be set aside if it earned “the good cause”.
In March, 624 AD t. beat the Prophet Mohammed and his forces, allegedly over 300 men, the army of the Quraish tribe, which should have been over three times as large. Mohammed himself was born into this tribe, but the vast majority of tribal members kept pagan faith and had to suffer for it. Mohammed’s victory at Badr was the start of what was to become the Muslim empire in the Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula a hundred years later.
As for the Oslo agreement, Arafat thought he was nothing to blame – for as a Muslim he had the full right to lie to “the unbelievers” when it served the cause of Allah.
One of those who did not understand Arafat’s double play was then Foreign Minister Johan Jørgen Holst. For weeks he traveled the world and worked day and night to mediate between the people of power who could be involved in creating peace in the Middle East. He obviously bet that for Arafat the Norwegian sentence also applied: A word is a word and a man is a man. For Holst, the tragedy was accomplished by incurring life-threatening high blood pressure with subsequent two strokes and death.
Yes, but Islam lives and Muslims’ faith and hope is that one day millions of Muslims from Palestinian territories will enter Israel and chase the Israelis at sea.
If Israel falls, Europe and Norway also fall. Therefore, Islam and Islamization are deadly.