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Shia leaders prefer to keep Iraq united, as long as they maintain their dominance over it, especially now that they have been portrayed as the majority who suffered injustice and oppression over the years. Hence, the atmospheres have been prepared and charged by the American agents to hand the reins of power to the “Shias” or to hold the lion’s share. Hizb ut-Tahrir
Cease all interference in the religion, society, politics, and governance of the Muslims world. And leave us alone to establish the Islamic shura state, which will unite the Muslims of Earth in truth and justice …. Put an end to all forms of interference in the education curricula and information media of the Islamic world, and impose a blanket ban on all broadcasts to our region, especially those designed to alter or destroy the faith, minds, morals, and values, of our people. Adam Yahiye Gadahn
I was under huge pressure 2 bow down b4 rightest pressure on blasphemy. Refused. Even if I am the last man standing. Salman Taseer
This is a war. Whether we receive threats or not, it does not make any difference to us. I am a Muslim. … God willing, life or death for a Muslim, we are not afraid of that. Whatever threats they give to us. Salman Taseer
The burkini is not some new line of swimwear. It is the search version of the burqa and it has the same logic: hide women’s bodies in order to better to control them. Laurence Rossignol
Islamic fundamentalists … consider Sharia to be superior to all other laws and norms, including the French Constitution. Marine Le Pen
If they are people of the book (Jews and Christians) we demand of them the jizya [a special tax] and if they refuse, then we fight them. That is if he is Christian. He has three choices: either convert to Islam, or, if he refuses and wishes to remain Christian, then pay the jizya....But if they still refuse, then we fight them, and we abduct their women, and destroy their churches. This is Islam!. As for the polytheists, We allow them to choose between Islam and war! This is not the opinion of Ahmad al-Husseini al-Baghdadi, but the opinion of all five schools of jurisprudence. Ahmad Hassani Baghdadi
A fear of Moslems is rational. Michael T. Flynn
It may be hard, with bearded rioters filling their televisions, for westerners to see Pakistan as a bride left at the altar. But that is how many Pakistanis view their relationship with the fickle west, and they have good reason to do so. In the 1980s, when Pakistan signed up as America's ally in the west's last war in Afghanistan, the war against the Soviets, Pakistan was rewarded with billions of dollars of military hardware and economic aid. But Pakistan paid a price: heroin flooded our cities, Kalashnikovs became common on our streets and young boys were left trained for jihad instead of university. When the Soviets were defeated, Pakistan did not share in the long-awaited peace dividend. Although the country was making its transition from dictatorship to democracy, aid began to dwindle and the rhetoric of western governments became increasingly unfriendly. Pakistan was left with training camps for religious guerrillas, a mountain of debt, 2m Afghan refugees and little else. Mohsin Hamid
Who was behind the attack on America of 2011? 15 of the 18 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia and the ideology that they followed was from Saudi Arabia …. Saudi Arabia has supported the Taliban and Al Qaeda before the United States was attacked. Most of their funds came from Saudi Arabian individuals. But more important, the ideology that they followed came from Saudi Arabia.Who was behind the attack on America of 2011? 15 of the 18 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia and the ideology that they followed was from Saudi Arabia …. Saudi Arabia has supported the Taliban and Al Qaeda before the United States was attacked. Most of their funds came from Saudi Arabian individuals. But more important, the ideology that they followed came from Saudi Arabia. Mohammad Javad Zarif