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Obama’s father was a Muslim, which de facto makes him a Muslim,


By Pamella Geller

“Radical” is such a ridiculous adjective. It is pure Islam, authentic Islam — there is nothing radical or un-Islamic about jihad.

Obama’s father was a Muslim, which de facto makes him a Muslim, and he is considered Muslim in the Muslim world. Take, for example, Meriam Ibrahim. Her mother was Christian and raised her a Christian.

She married a Christian, lives in America and has Christian children. But when she returned to Sudan to visit family, she was arrested for “apostasy” — in other words, for leaving Islam.

She was nine months pregnant and forced to give birth with her legs shackled, leaving her baby deformed. This is Islamic law. She is considered a Muslim even though she has never been a Muslim, because her father was a Muslim.

Obama, on the other hand, was raised a Muslim, and went to Islamic school in an Islamic country (Indonesia) from the ages of six to eleven.

He was tops in his quran class.
Obama was “previously quite religious in Islam.”

He is pro-jihad and it is clear in his foreign policy.

There’s a reason he attacks and punishes Israel while allowing the Islamic State to grow and conquer.

It’s interesting that the Examiner is actually running this story. They won’t run my columns or any of the articles I have submitted to them over the years. Don’t you love these right of center publications and bloggers (like Michelle Malkin) who have shunned my work and Robert Spencer’s, but when jihad breaks out they are all jihad-wild. The National Review actually has a ban on scholar Robert Spencer. Shame on them and all the other imposters who are writing about this now without the proper mea culpas.

“EX-CIA employee admits President Obama is a radical Islamic enemy of America,” The Examiner, August 31, 2014

It’s an explosive charge, one that practically accuses the president of treason.

Today, a former CIA agent bluntly told the newspaper, World Net Daily, that America has switched sides in the war on terror under President Obama. Clare Lopez was willing to say what a few members of Congress have said in private, but declined to say on-the-record.

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Dating of Wars of Mohammad 


Notice how closely Islam’s inception is associated with war. From 623 to 777, a span of 154 years, there are 83 military conflicts involving the Muslims . . . and that is just what I have recorded here.  Is Islam a religion of peace?  Muslims tell me it is.  But . . .

  • 570–Birth of Muhammad in Mecca into the tribe of Quraish.
  • 577–Muhammad’s mother dies.
  • 580–Death of Abdul Muttalib, Muhammad’s grandfather.
  • 583–First journey to Syria with a trading Caravan.
  • 595–Muhammad marries Khadijah, a rich widow several years older than him.
  • 595–Second journey to Syra.
  • 598–His son, Qasim, is born.
  • 600–His daughter, Zainab, is born.
  • 603–His daughter, Um-e-Kalthum, is born.
  • 604–His daughter, Ruqayya, is born.
  • 605–Placement of Black Stone in Ka’aba.
  • 605–His daughter, Fatima, is born.
  • 610–Mohammed, in a cave on Mt. Hira, hears the angel Gabriel tell him that 
    Allah is the only true God.
  • 613–Muhammad’s first public preaching of Islam at Mt. Hira; gets few converts.
  • 615–Muslims persecuted by the Quraish.
  • 619–Marries Sau’da and Aisha.
  • 620–Institution of five daily prayers.
  • 622–Muhammad immigrates from Mecca to Medina, which was then called Yathrib, gets
    more converts.
  • 623–Battle of Waddan.
  • 623–Battle of Safwan.
  • 623–Battle of Dul-‘Ashir.
  • 624–Muhammad and converts begin raids on caravans to fund the movement.
  • 624–Zakat becomes mandatory.
  • 624–Battle of Badr.
  • 624–Battle of Bani Salim.
  • 624–Battle of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr.
  • 624–Battle of Bani Qainuqa’.
  • 624–Battle of Sawiq.
  • 624–Battle of Ghatfan.
  • 624–Battle of Bahran.
  • 625–Battle of Uhud; 70 Muslims are killed.
  • 625–Battle of Humra-ul-Asad.
  • 625–Battle of Banu Nudair.
  • 625–Battle of Dhatur-Riqa.
  • 626–Battle of Badru-Ukhra.
  • 626–Battle of Dumatul-Jandal.
  • 626–Battle of Banu Mustalaq Nikah.
  • 627–Battle of the Trench.
  • 627–Battle of Ahzab.
  • 627–Battle of Bani Quraiza.
  • 627–Battle of Bani Lahyan.
  • 627–Battle of Ghaiba.
  • 627–Battle of Khaibar.
  • 628–Muhammad signs treaty with Quraish.
  • 630–Muhammad conquers Mecca.
  • 630–Battle of Hunsin.
  • 630–Battle of Tabuk.
  • 632–Muhammad dies.
  • 632–Abu-Bakr, Muhammad’s father-in-law, along with Umar, begin a military move to
    enforce Islam in Arabia.
  • 633–Battle at Oman.
  • 633–Battle at Hadramaut.
  • 633–Battle of Kazima.
  • 633–Battle of Walaja.
  • 633–Battle of Ulleis.
  • 633–Battle of Anbar.
  • 634–Battle of Basra.
  • 634–Battle of Damascus.
  • 634–Battle of Ajnadin.
  • 634–Death of Hadrat Abu Bakr. Hadrat Umar Farooq becomes the Caliph.
  • 634–Battle of Namaraq.
  • 634–Battle of Saqatia.
  • 635–Battle of Bridge.
  • 635–Battle of Buwaib.
  • 635–Conquest of Damascus.
  • 635–Battle of Fahl.
  • 636–Battle of Yermuk.
  • 636–Battle of Qadsiyia.
  • 636–Conquest of Madain.
  • 637–Battle of Jalula.
  • 638–Battle of Yarmouk.
  • 638–The Muslims defeat the Romans and enter Jerusalem.
  • 638–Conquest of Jazirah.
  • 639–Conquest of Khuizistan and movement into Egypt.
  • 641–Battle of Nihawand.
  • 642–Battle of Rayy in Persia.
  • 643–Conquest of Azarbaijan.
  • 644–Conquest of Fars.
  • 644–Conquest of Kharan.
  • 644–Umar is murdered.  Othman becomes the Caliph.
  • 647–Conquest of the island of Cypress.
  • 644–Uman dies and is succeeded by Caliph Uthman.
  • 648–Campaign against the Byzantines.
  • 651–Naval battle against the Byzantines.
  • 654–Islam spreads into North Africa.
  • 656–Uthman is murdered.  Ali become Caliph.
  • 658–Battle of Nahrawan.
  • 659–Conquest of Egypt.
  • 661–Ali is murdered.
  • 662–Egypt falls to Islam rule.
  • 666–Sicily is attacked by Muslims.
  • 677–Siege of Constantinople.
  • 687–Battle of Kufa.
  • 691–Battle of Deir ul Jaliq.
  • 700 –Sufism takes root as a sect of Islam.
  • 700–Military campaigns in North Africa.
  • 702–Battle of Deir ul Jamira.
  • 711–Muslims invade Gibraltar.
  • 711–Conquest of Spain.
  • 713–Conquest of Multan.
  • 716–Invasion of Constantinople.
  • 732–Battle of Tours in France.
  • 740–Battle of the Nobles.
  • 741–Battle of Bagdoura in North Africa.
  • 744–Battle of Ain al Jurr.
  • 746–Battle of Rupar Thutha.
  • 748–Battle of Rayy.
  • 749–Battle of lsfahan.
  • 749–Battle of Nihawand.
  • 750–Battle of Zab.
  • 772–Battle of Janbi in North Africa.
  • 777–Battle of Saragossa in Spain.

References:

  • Miller, William M., A Christian’s Response to Islam, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, Phillipsburg, New Jersey, 1976.
  • Geisler, Norman, Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Baker Books, 1999.
  • Glasse, Cyril, The Concise Encyclopedia of Islam, Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. San Francisco, 1989.
  • Morey, Robert, The Islamic Invasion, Harvest House Publishers, Eugene Oregon, 1992.

 

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About The Author

Matt Slick is the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry.

 

I Sam Hindu opposes islam by exposing.


I Sam Hindu opposes Islamization by exposing, marginalizing, and disempowering orthodox Islam.
Conversation About Islam Conversations
WEDNESDAY

I was talking to a friend about Islam, and I could tell he was thinking that I talk about Islam too much, so I said, “The reason I am so fascinated with talking about Islam is first, it’s really relevant these days.”

He interrupted me and said, “Yeah, I get that. It’s definitely relevant.”

“And,” I continued, “the resistance people give me intrigues me. I’ve been an avid reader all my life. Only non-fiction. I don’t even like reading fiction. I like learning stuff, and I enjoy sharing what I’m learning.”

He nodded. To people who know me, this is probably one of the most obvious things about me.

“And all my life the reaction I’ve gotten from all the different things I’ve learned and shared has been almost entirely interest. Fascination even. Very rarely has anyone ever shown any kind of resistance to what I say. But on the subject of Islam, I had people arguing with me — people who didn’t know anything at all about Islam. They would say, ‘Christians do bad things too’ — as if that has anything to do with anything!”

He laughed.

“I mean, I wasn’t trying to justify Christianity by saying that about Islam!” He knows that I’m not a Christian, so he found this amusing. “But people say, ‘the Crusades were bad too and not all Muslims are terrorists and the majority of Muslims are peace-loving people, and besides, what are you suggesting? That we go to war with 1.6 billion people?!'”

He smiled and said, “I think I said all of those to you!” He and I have had many conversations about Islam, and he has slowly started to wonder if Islam might be a bigger problem than he originally thought.

And I said, “I think there are a lot of reasons people respond this way. Of course it’s scary. They don’t want it to be true. And there are other things. It seems like picking on a minority.

It seems like implying that we shouldn’t have freedom of religion. It sort of seems like racism, but that’s not right, of course, because Islam isn’t a race. I think people just don’t know how to deal with the information. And that has really intrigued me.”

As it happened, the guy I was talking to is the one who recommended the book “Night” (which I’ve written about here).

So I said, “That’s what captured me so much about the book by Elie Wiesel — that old man that came back to the little town and tried to tell people what happened, and not one person believed him! That’s so much like what has been happening about Islam.

People didn’t want to believe Islam’s core doctrines are hateful and intolerant. They didn’t want to believe that the founder of Islam owned slaves, raped women, tortured, assassinated and beheaded people, because the implications of such a terrible fact are too much.

And besides, I know this Muslim and he’s really nice — as if someone’s niceness can tell you anything about a person’s ideology.

Ted Bundy was supposedly nice. Hitler was nice. Some lady just came out after all these years — she was his maid — and admitted that she thought Hitler was a really nice man!”

At this point, he seemed well won over, so I let the conversation drift into other topics.

The reason I share these conversations with you is because I think we all ought to be sharing our conversations with each other — especially when a conversation goes particularly well.

I think it helps give us ideas about how to have these conversations so that they move the ball forward instead of those conversations that we’ve all had where we share information about Islam that seems like the ball moved backwards — like the person you’re talking to is now even more against your point of view at the end of the conversation than the beginning.

We need less of those, and more of the moving-the-ball-forward kind — even if it only moves the

Why I left Islam – Behrouz : Islam Under Scrutiny by Ex-Muslims


कोर्ट मार्शल”


Originally posted on SamHindu.WordPress.com:

✅ Ek Fauji ki request per yeh forwarded msg. zaroor padhen

———————–

कोर्ट मार्शल”

————

आर्मी कोर्ट रूम में आज एक

केस अनोखा अड़ा था

छाती तान अफसरों के आगे

फौजी बलवान खड़ा था


बिन हुक्म बलवान तूने ये

कदम कैसे उठा लिया

किससे पूछ उस रात तू

दुश्मन की सीमा में जा लिया


बलवान बोला सर जी! ये बताओ

कि वो किस से पूछ के आये थे

सोये फौजियों के सिर काटने का

फरमान कोन से बाप से लाये थे


बलवान का जवाब में सवाल दागना

अफसरों को पसंद नही आया

और बीच वाले अफसर ने लिखने

के लिए जल्दी से पेन उठाया


एक बोला बलवान हमें ऊपर

जवाब देना है और तेरे काटे हुए

सिर का पूरा हिसाब देना है


तेरी इस करतूत ने हमारी नाक कटवा दी

अंतरास्ट्रीय बिरादरी में तूने थू थू करवा दी


बलवान खून का कड़वा घूंट पी के रह गया

आँख में आया…

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कोर्ट मार्शल”


✅ Ek Fauji ki request per yeh forwarded msg. zaroor padhen

———————–

कोर्ट मार्शल”

————

आर्मी कोर्ट रूम में आज एक

केस अनोखा अड़ा था

छाती तान अफसरों के आगे

फौजी बलवान खड़ा था


बिन हुक्म बलवान तूने ये

कदम कैसे उठा लिया

किससे पूछ उस रात तू

दुश्मन की सीमा में जा लिया


बलवान बोला सर जी! ये बताओ

कि वो किस से पूछ के आये थे

सोये फौजियों के सिर काटने का

फरमान कोन से बाप से लाये थे


बलवान का जवाब में सवाल दागना

अफसरों को पसंद नही आया

और बीच वाले अफसर ने लिखने

के लिए जल्दी से पेन उठाया


एक बोला बलवान हमें ऊपर

जवाब देना है और तेरे काटे हुए

सिर का पूरा हिसाब देना है


तेरी इस करतूत ने हमारी नाक कटवा दी

अंतरास्ट्रीय बिरादरी में तूने थू थू करवा दी


बलवान खून का कड़वा घूंट पी के रह गया

आँख में आया आंसू भीतर को ही बह गया


बोला साहब जी! अगर कोई

आपकी माँ की इज्जत लूटता हो

आपकी बहन बेटी या पत्नी को

सरेआम मारता कूटता हो


तो आप पहले अपने बाप का

हुकमनामा लाओगे ?

या फिर अपने घर की लुटती

इज्जत खुद बचाओगे?


अफसर नीचे झाँकने लगा

एक ही जगह पर ताकने लगा


बलवान बोला साहब जी गाँव का

ग्वार हूँ बस इतना जानता हूँ

कौन कहाँ है देश का दुश्मन सरहद

पे खड़ा खड़ा पहचानता हूँ


सीधा सा आदमी हूँ साहब !

मै कोई आंधी नहीं हूँ

थप्पड़ खा गाल आगे कर दूँ

मै वो गांधी नहीं हूँ


अगर सरहद पे खड़े होकर गोली

न चलाने की मुनादी है

तो फिर साहब जी ! माफ़ करना

ये काहे की आजादी है


सुनों साहब जी ! सरहद पे

जब जब भी छिड़ी लडाई है

भारत माँ दुश्मन से नही आप

जैसों से हारती आई है


वोटों की राजनीति साहब जी

लोकतंत्र का मैल है

और भारतीय सेना इस राजनीति

की रखैल है


ये क्या हुकम देंगे हमें जो

खुद ही भिखारी हैं

किन्नर है सारे के सारे न कोई

नर है न नारी है


ज्यादा कुछ कहूँ तो साहब जी

दोनों हाथ जोड़ के माफ़ी है

दुश्मन का पेशाब निकालने को

तो हमारी आँख ही काफी है


और साहब जी एक बात बताओ

वर्तमान से थोडा सा पीछे जाओ


कारगिल में जब मैंने अपना पंजाब

वाला यार जसवंत खोया था

आप गवाह हो साहब जी उस वक्त

मै बिल्कुल भी नहीं रोया था


खुद उसके शरीर को उसके गाँव

जाकर मै उतार कर आया था

उसके दोनों बच्चों के सिर साहब जी

मै पुचकार कर आया था


पर उस दिन रोया मै जब उसकी

घरवाली होंसला छोड़ती दिखी

और लघु सचिवालय में वो चपरासी

के हाथ पांव जोड़ती दिखी


आग लग गयी साहब जी दिल

किया कि सबके छक्के छुड़ा दूँ

चपरासी और उस चरित्रहीन

अफसर को मै गोली से उड़ा दूँ


एक लाख की आस में भाभी

आज भी धक्के खाती है

दो मासूमो की चमड़ी धूप में

यूँही झुलसी जाती है


और साहब जी ! शहीद जोगिन्दर

को तो नहीं भूले होंगे आप

घर में जवान बहन थी जिसकी

और अँधा था जिसका बाप


अब बाप हर रोज लड़की को

कमरे में बंद करके आता है

और स्टेशन पर एक रूपये के

लिए जोर से चिल्लाता है


पता नही कितने जोगिन्दर जसवंत

यूँ अपनी जान गवांते हैं

और उनके परिजन मासूम बच्चे

यूँ दर दर की ठोकरें खाते हैं..


भरे गले से तीसरा अफसर बोला

बात को और ज्यादा न बढाओ

उस रात क्या- क्या हुआ था बस

यही अपनी सफाई में बताओ


भरी आँखों से हँसते हुए बलवान

बोलने लगा

उसका हर बोल सबके कलेजों

को छोलने लगा


साहब जी ! उस हमले की रात

हमने सन्देश भेजे लगातार सात


हर बार की तरह कोई जवाब नही आया

दो जवान मारे गए पर कोई हिसाब नही आया


चौंकी पे जमे जवान लगातार

गोलीबारी में मारे जा रहे थे

और हम दुश्मन से नहीं अपने

हेडक्वार्टर से हारे जा रहे थे


फिर दुश्मन के हाथ में कटार देख

मेरा सिर चकरा गया

गुरमेल का कटा हुआ सिर जब

दुश्मन के हाथ में आ गया


फेंक दिया ट्रांसमीटर मैंने और

कुछ भी सूझ नहीं आई थी

बिन आदेश के पहली मर्तबा सर !

मैंने बन्दूक उठाई थी


गुरमेल का सिर लिए दुश्मन

रेखा पार कर गया

पीछे पीछे मै भी अपने पांव

उसकी धरती पे धर गया


पर वापिस हार का मुँह देख के

न आया हूँ

वो एक काट कर ले गए थे

मै दो काटकर लाया हूँ


इस ब्यान का कोर्ट में न जाने

कैसा असर गया

पूरे ही कमरे में एक सन्नाटा

सा पसर गया


पूरे का पूरा माहौल बस एक ही

सवाल में खो रहा था

कि कोर्ट मार्शल फौजी का था

या पूरे देश का हो रहvा था ?


Dosto, Ek Baar.. इसे इतना फैला दो की सारे नेता को कुछ शर्म आयेे की फौजियों का आत्मविश्वास न गिराए


friends प्यार की शेर शयरी बहुत शेयर किया हैं…. जरा इसे भी इतना शेयर कर दो की

जाग उठे आज के नेता और जवान की रूह देश के लिए।।


जय हिन्द..!!!

भारत में कामवालियों की समस्या आखिर क्यों है –


सरकार ने 15 वर्ष से कम आयु वाली पर प्रतिबन्ध लगा रखा है..


बीवियों ने 16 से 40 वर्ष वालियों पर प्रतिबन्ध लगा रखा है..


और..


पतियों ने 40 वर्ष से ज्यादा वालियों पर प्रतिबन्ध लगा रखा है…


😜😆😂😃☺😝

Sex is EveryWhere and Now Here. 


SOME TIMES BY : SAM HINDU

Sex, in other words, is a moving goal post. 

It is everywhere and nowhere. 

It is not between your legs.

 If it is anywhere in your body then it’s that spot in the middle of your back which you can’t quite reach to scratch. 

They will always try to put it wherever you cannot get it, and no place else.

You can make love to a woman’s body all night long and she still might not be yours’ Make love to her mind and she is yours for ever.

depends on the people involved….some people just want the sex for the physical pleasure it gives them….when you are in love, it is as much emotional as it is physical….and the most wonderful sex involves the power of both…..

between the legs is all a guy needs….between the ears is what a lady wants

Very true, for it is what goes on between two ears that will determine how well it goes on between two legs.

Pretty much.. Like everything else it is a mental thing…

Gender can be felt throughout your entire body. In fact it probably reaches out beyond the boundaries of your body into your wardrobe and the clutter in your room. You leave bits and pieces of your gender everywhere as you move through the world.

And sex is not between the legs. It is never in just one place. It is genitals, it is chromosomes, it is hormones, it is body hair, it is the fucking pitch of your voice. They always tell us that it’s one thing, but then as soon as we get close, they move it.

Talk to a any person about sex and notice that they’ll almost always define your sex in terms of what you don’t have. 

That surgery you didn’t get, or the fact that you needed that surgery in the first place.

 The stubble you forgot to shave, or the beard that you can’t grow yet. 

What your voice sounds like now, or the fact that it used to sound like something else. 

Chromosomes you haven’t had tested. Structures in your brain that you will never get a look at.

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