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Ex-Muslims- “The Root of Islamic Terrorism is Islam”

December 27, 2004
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“Those of us who know Islam know that the understanding of the terrorists of Islam is correct. They are doing nothing that their prophet did not do and did not encourage his followers to do. Murders, assassinations, beheadings, massacres, and sacrilege of the dead to ‘delight the hearts of the believers’ were all practiced by Muhammad, were taught by him, and were observed by Muslims throughout the history.

“If ever truth has mattered, it is now! This is the time that we have to call a spade a spade. This is the time that we have to find the root of the problem and eradicate it. The root of Islamic terrorism is Islam. The proof of that is the Koran.

“We are a group of ex-Muslims who have seen the face of evil and have risen to warn the world. No matter how painful the truth may be, only truth can set us free. Why this much denial? Why so much obstinacy? How many more innocent lives should be lost before you open your eyes? A nuclear disaster is upon us. This will happen. It is not a question of ‘if’ but ‘when.’ Oblivious of that, the world is digging its head deeper in the sand.

“We urge the Muslims to leave Islam. Stop with excuses, justifications, and rationalizations. Stop dividing mankind into ‘us’ versus ‘them’ and Muslims versus Kafirs. We are one people, one mankind! Muhammad was not a messenger of God.

“It is time that we end this insanity and face the truth. The terrorists take their moral support and the validation for their actions from you. Your very adherence to their cult of death is a nod of approval for their crimes against humanity.

“We also urge the non-Muslims to stop being politically correct lest they hurt the Muslims’ sensitivity. Let us save their lives, and the lives of millions of innocent people. “Time is running out! ‘All it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing.’”

The Ex-Muslim Movement – www.faithfreedom.org, September 2004

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