Since 9/11, more Americans have died at the hands of homegrown “white supremacists, antigovernment fanatics and other non-Muslim extremists than by radical Muslims,” the New York Times reported this week. Citing a count provided by Washington research center New America, the Times confirmed that with the race-base mass murder in Charleston, S.C. last week, 48 Americans have now been killed by “people espousing racial hatred, hostility to government and theories such as those of the ‘sovereign citizen’ movement,” as compared to 26 Americans who have been killed by “self-proclaimed jihadists.”

The numbers don’t lie

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It is common knowledge to the scholars of the Muslims and their students that ISIS, Boko Ḥarām, al-Qāʿidah and others are simply another manifestation of the recurring appearance of this group that was explicitly mentioned by the Prophet of Islām. Their appearance was prophesized by the Prophet (peace be upon him) in a large number of traditions and they indeed appeared less than 30 years after him in 36H, around the year 657CE. Because this faction was intended as a trial and tribulation for Muslims in various times and ages, the Prophet (peace be upon him) spoke extensively about them, their traits, activities and their great danger upon Islām and the Muslims. The traditions in this regard are well-known and famous and have come through large-scale transmission right from the dawn of Islām. In this treatise we look at the historical events behind the emergence of this group and its subversive, destructive activities.


School-boy turns Jihadist

Oliver Bridgeman was the archetypal blond, Aussie schoolboy with a passion for rugby league and the beach. But the school captain’s dreams of becoming a lawyer or doctor turned to fantasies about life as a jihadist.

Oliver Bridgeman’s family and friends were horrified to learn he had flown to the Middle East to fight for al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group the Al-Nusra Front, going by the name Yusuf…

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dearapplehead asked:

So, were the Muslim extremists involved in 9/11 simply insane and psycho, or is that a different story because they're darker than you?

I consider them terrorists, yes. No, it’s not because they’re darker than me. If you’ll allow me to explain…
This is just the way I see it, feel free to disagree. But I think that driving a plane into a building in the name of Allah is worse than a shooting. That being said, Roof deserves death row for his idiotic actions. But no, I don’t consider him a terrorist.


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