You don’t know what you think you know.

Taqiyya
Taqiyya allows Muslims to lie and/or conceal their true faith, feelings, thoughts, plans, and character, for the purpose of protecting themselves. It is fully based on the Koran and is agreed to and practiced by all major sects of Islam.

When it is possible to achieve an aim by lying, it is permissible to lie if attaining the goal is permissible. Lying is obligatory if the goal is obligatory.

Tawriya
Tawriya allows Muslims to “creatively lie” by being purposely ambiguous about the real meaning of what they are saying.

Kitman
Kitman is a term that means Muslims are permitted to tell half-truths, or partial truths, while concealing the greater whole truth. Discussion of “jihad” as being only an “inner” or “spiritual” struggle is an example of Kitman, as technically it is true that jihad refers to a spiritual struggle, but conceals the very real physical struggle that is also encompassed by jihad.

Muruna
Muruna is perhaps the biggest deception practiced by Muslims, as it allows them to be “flexible” regarding the commands of their faith in order to properly blend in with the society around them. Muruna permits Muslims to shave their beards, wear Western clothing, listen to Western music, and even drink alcohol.

All of these deceptions go against specific commandments, as well as the overarching commandment against lying itself, that are found in the Koran. But they are allowed so long as their use contributes to a greater goal or serves a greater commandment within the Koran, like spreading Islam among the infidels.

There’s no reason to bother with any vetting process…

This is why the self-proclaimed non-religious just don’t fucking get it. The Koran also describes Muhammad being possessed by Satan… The Prince of Lies.

Islam is Satanic. This is just one example.

The non-religious see nothing wrong with that. But, they do see something wrong with murder in the name of promoting religion…

The mark of an intelligent man is his ability to entertain an idea without accepting the idea. I don’t ask you to become religious. I don’t ask you to believe as I do. I ask you to see the correlation and underlying issue without resorting to moral primitivism and oversimplification.

You may not see the air, and you can deny that it exists if you like. But, you cannot deny that when the wind blows, it bends the tree. To deny this is to invite your destruction.

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