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Jihad Is Not About Israel, It’s About Islam

Jihad is not about Israel, it’s about Islam. 

Christopher Holton shared this message at the Center for Security Policy:

If you listen to some political pundits these days, on both sides of the aisle, you might get the mistaken impression that terrorism against the West only began with the creation of Israel, and only exists because of the West’s support for Israel. This claim routinely appears on college campuses by students parroting Middle East Studies professors. It’s an attractive viewpoint because it implies that if only the U.S. and European countries adopt an anti-Israel position that the terrorism would end.

The problem with this line of thinking is that it’s false. It ignores some 1400 years of Islamic doctrine of Jihad, warfare against non-believers in order to establish an Islamic state, ruled by Islamic law, known as Sharia. This is a common goal, shared by Al Qaeda, HAMAS, Hezbollah, Lashkar e Taiba, Abu Sayyaf, Jemaah Islamiyah, Boko Haram, Al Shabaab, ISIS, and others, which transcends any localized disagreements over borders and pure politics.

…Islamic doctrines of antisemitism are as ancient and established as that of jihad, and also predate the modern state of Israel…

The Hamas attack on Israel is not about the atrocities perpetrated by the Jews.  It’s about Islam.  Hamas is doing what Islam demands.  They were attacking a people who are not part of Islam.

Unfortunately, some American Universities like George Washington have been taken over by radical Islamic teachings.  The unknowing students are jumping on board.  It’s the cool thing to do, but it is also wrong.

At George Washington University terrorists who raped women, killed and kidnapped thousands and raped many were labeled “martyrs”.

The truth about COVID and Islam is being distorted in our schools.

The truth about the Hamas terrorist attack is hard to come by in American schools.  


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