Friday, May 06, 2005

A letter to mankind

No personal stuff today. My apologies for hurting politically correct sentiments. But a man I consider my hero, Ali Sina, has written a letter that I'd like everyone to read. Ali Sina is a former Iranian muslim, who has several fatwa's hanging on his ass for leaving islam. He is highly intelligent, a great author and a man that stands for something. I urge everybody to visit and read his website. I sincerely hope this will be the first and last political post on my blog. But all it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing. So here goes

A Letter to Mankind

Dear fellow human,

Today humanity is being challenged. Unthinkable atrocities take place on daily basis. There is an evil force at work that aims to destroy us. The agents of this evil respect nothing; not even the lives of children. Every day there are bombings, every day innocent people are targeted and murdered. It seems as if we are helpless. But we are not!

The ancient Chinese sage Sun Zi said, "Know your enemy and you won't be defeated". Do we know our enemy? If we don't, then we are doomed.

Terrorism is not an ideology, it is a tool; but the terrorists kill for an ideology. They call that ideology Islam.

The entire world, both Muslims and non-Muslims claim that the terrorists have hijacked "the religion of peace" and Islam does not condone violence.

Who is right? Do the terrorists understand Islam better, or do those who decry them? The answer to this question is the key to our victory, and failure to find that key will result in our loss and death will be upon us. The key is in the Quran and the history of Islam.

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. Murder, rape, assassination, beheading, massacre 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 their history.

If truth has ever mattered, it matters most 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 Quran.

We are a group of ex-Muslims who have seen the face of the 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" vs. "them" and Muslims vs. 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 sensitivities of the Muslims. To Hell with their sensitivities! Let us save their lives, and the lives of millions of innocent people.

Millions, if not billions of lives will be lost if we do nothing. Time is running out! "All it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing." Do something! Send this message to everyone in your address book and ask them to do the same. Defeat Islam and stop terrorism. This is your world, save it.

The ex-Muslim Movement


Blogger Le chameau insatiable said...

pick any religion and you'll find violence in their reference book, you'll find violence in their history, you'll find intolerance in their most faithful followers. I don't beleive this is specific to islam. religious wars are about as old as the civilized world (sic). all religions are equally stupid, stubborn, reactionnary, intolerant etc. malraux said "the 21st century will be spiritual or it won't be at all" (free translation) i don't think he expected this fucked up twist to his prediction. i think we should forbid the display of religious beleifs the same way smoking is forbidden in most public places. freedom of speech is a grand idea, communism was one too. maybe we should amend these universal rights and duties. and by the way, political blogs are interesting. over here in north america, people tend to avoid any type of serious conversations, because of the goddamn so-called political correctness mentioned in the letter. that is the one point i would unconditionally agree with.

7:49 PM  
Blogger bulb said...

I agree partially. On the one hand there is the organisation of religion and on the other hand there is the wisdom. Jesus or Buddha never intended to start a religion. They just tried to spiritually uplift people. Mo however was clear from the start that he needed to be worshipped in an organised manner.
Besides that neither Buddha nor Christ ever told people to kill, rape or commit genocide. However the organisation of Christianity has almost as much barbarity to its name as islam.
However the "seed" of Christianity, the Christ, is beauty itself, that is maybe why the "West" was able to outgrow its choking christian organisational confinement. The same cannot be said for islam. The "seed" Muhammed is sick. (Although I do like some islamic poets. Some good has come from it.)
You can follow Christ or Buddha without being a Christian or Buddhist. However if you follow Muhammed..... my heart aches for you.

Also, if you champion the (unislamic) freedom of speech. A logical conclusion would be that display of religious beliefs, however disgusting or sick they are, should be protected.

9:54 PM  
Blogger kris said...

clears um, yeah. i would get into it but then i would end up losing my point or going off on another angle. so anyways ill just say this, be good to yourself and follow you heart. for its there you will find peace.

12:34 AM  
Blogger Le chameau insatiable said...

funny how in the morning i read your post, and then in the afternoon i read a 2 pages long article about Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
freedom of speech is a tricky question, we tend to accept the unacceptable because of it...
anyway, we could dedicate a few thousands pages on the subject...

3:30 PM  
Blogger bulb said...

I voted for Ayaan. I also send her an email with my phonenumber in it, stating that I really liked her.
All I got in return was a standard: "thank you for your support." message.

4:23 PM  

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