Saturday, October 27, 2012

Ayman al-Zawahri Urges Fellow Muslims to Kidnap Westerners

But don't worry about getting kidnapped. Worry about being an Islamophobe. Islamophobia is the real problem.

DUBAI - Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri has called on Muslims to kidnap Westerners, join Syria's rebellion and ensure Egypt implements sharia, SITE Monitoring reported, citing a two-part film posted on Islamist websites.

"We are seeking, by the help of Allah, to capture others and to incite Muslims to capture the citizens of the countries that are fighting Muslims in order to release our captives," he said, praising the kidnapping of Warren Weinstein, a 71-year-old American aid worker in Pakistan last year.

However, in a sign that al-Qaida could be under pressure, he said the release of the film had been delayed because of the "conditions of the fierce war". (Continue Reading.)


Baron Eddie said...

He is a sweet heart!

I don't know why he have that finger out like that! Could he be a close companions, could be, who knows ...

Maybe that Shiaa Clerk was right ...

Bill Cutting said...

More Islamaphobia

عبدالله عرب said...

islam represents itself
muslims does not represent islam
also shiaa are not muslims , they are only shiaa
they appered from nowhere after prophet Muhammad died with 30 years

bob said...

There are many parallels and similarities between the Islamic religious hierachy, the Roman Catholic religious hierachy and the Jewish religious hierachy (who were put on notice by Jesus in Mathew 12:33-35 and 23:1-36)

These three religions, individually and in their own way deny Christ, but together form a large part of the worlds, and what God's word calls the Antichrist.

He is antichrist who denies the Father and the Son. 1John 2:22

Placing one's own doctrine above that of Christ's is denying him.

The common doctrine of all three religions is reliance on works (good deeds and works of the law) to gain salvation rather than trusting in God's grace.

This plainly goes against Ephesians 2:8, 9 which says...

"For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast."

Good deeds are a RESULT of having been saved (Ephesians 2:10); not of TRYING to be saved.

First, the tree has to be made good before it is able to bear good fruit.

"A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit." Mat 7:18

Good works are only an outward manifestation of what is already going on inside (...a tree is known by its fruit Mat 12:33).

Without the initial dispensation and ongoing work of grace, all efforts are lost anyway.

And the only purpose and value of our good deeds is to help others and to advertise God's kingdom i.e. "put your light on the hill" Mat 5:16

Scriptures which say, "without works your faith is dead" simply mean that to lay around on the couch all day is no help to God's kingdom.

A valid reason for trying to gain salvation through works does not exist, since it is unobtainable by this means.

Baron Eddie said...

@ عبدالله عرب
This is new to me "islam represents itself"
How Islam represent itself!

you said "shiaa are not muslims" ... As far as I know they are Muslims
because they believe in Allah and Muhammed is his Rasool!

And they appeared from nowhere! you are funny ...
I can't wait to read your new book

Ashi Lederer said...

Wow, he appears to have aged about thirty years in the past decate. Probably, he's afraid he won't live too much longer. He should be more afraid of the hell that's in store for him; he has the blood of thousands on his hands. He's expecting virgins, but he will be in for a big surprise.

bob said...

Islam and Roman Catholicism foreseen by Daniel

Gabriel interprets daniel's vision:

"...A king shall arise, having fierce features, who understands sinister schemes. His power shall be mighty, but not by his own power; he shall destroy fearfully, and shall prosper and thrive; he shall destroy the mighty, and also the holy people.
Through his cunning he shall cause deceit to prosper under his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart. He shall detroy many in their prosperity. he shall even rise against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without human hand." Daniel 8:23-25

"A king" refers to the institution in general rather than a single person. The prophets commonly signified an entire body of rulers by the analogy of a single person.

"Therefore these people falsely apply the term "Antichrist," whom Paul calls "that man of sin" and "the son of perdition" (2Thess 2:3), to a single person, whereas Paul wants us to understand that the Antichrist is the entire body and horde of godless men and all their successive rulers. Thus in Daniel 8:20-22, the ram signifies the rulers of Persia and the goat the rulers of Greece."*

"Then the king shall do according to his own will: he shall exalt and magnify himself above every god, shall speak blasphemies against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the wrath has been accomplished; for what has been determined shall be done.
He shall regard neither the god of his fathers nor the desire of women, nor regard any god; for he shall magnify himself above them all. But in their place he shall honour a god of fortresses; and a god which his fathers did not know he shall honour with gold and silver, precious stones and pleasant things." Daniel 11:36-38

While many aspects of the above verses describe the nature of both Islam and Roman Catholicism, there is also obviously a distinction between the two; since the former is openly hostile to Christ and easy to recognise as his enemy, and also tends more towards physical killing; whereas the papacy is far more cunning in disguising itself behind Christ's name, and in the killing of souls, that is, spiritually, by leading men astray from the word with corrupted interpretations.

*From, What Luther Says by Ewald M. Plass page 34