Former Muslim says Islam is the religion of war

It bears repeating – until such time as the “peaceful” Muslims unanimously and publicly denounce the extremists and actively assist with shutting their operations down, the rest of the world has no way to tell one Muslim group apart from the others.

Fellowship of the Minds

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Mosab Hassan Yousefis a Muslim who converted to Christianity and the bestselling author of Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices.

The son of one of the founding members of Hamas, Yousef worked as a spy for the Israeli intelligence service after beginning to question the religion-ideology in which he had been raised. Yousef’s family publicly disowned him after he wrote Son of Hamas, and he said he lost “everything.”

Yesterday, March 30, 2015, Yousef appeared on The Glenn Beck Program to discuss how he rejected radical Islam and converted to Christianity. As recounted by Erica Ritz in The Blaze, Yousef admitted that Islam’s goal is to conquer the world.

He said “I was brought up in a state of delusion, believing the Islamic theory that once we control the globe and build an Islamic State we can…

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2 thoughts on “Former Muslim says Islam is the religion of war

  1. You are right. Any organized religion is vulnerable to such comparison. As soon as they elevate one class of believer to something like a “priesthood” and then empower them to live off of the toil of the rest, you invest the priesthood with a motive for the “us versus them” game. The goal isn’t elevating the believers, but keeping them loyal to the flock. Only when we disabuse ourselves of the notion that there must be an enemy can we truly grow.

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