The Infidel Task Force

Friday, January 23, 2009

Who Speaks for the Muslim?

The common muslim is in trouble. He speaks NOT for himself, because he cannot.The radical immams calling for jihad, the radical islamic fascist terrorists calling for jihad , and the radical islamic leaders, ALL calling for jihad, speak for the common muslim. They are your spokespeople, they are your mouthpieces, THEY speak for islam, THEY speak for the muslim.Muslims today have never had to defend their religion, now they do.
And they are scared.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.[Edmund Burke]


Our lives begin to end, the day we become silent about things that matter.[Martin Luther King]


When the majority of the people become like sheep and will tolerate intolerance rather than make a fuss, then there is no limit to how far any group will go.[Thomas Sowell]

4 comments:

  1. Nice blog, BBJ. The more places the truth about Islam is posted, the better!

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  2. BBJ u have raised a very valid concern and a good question, we are always facing this threat and unfortunately i do not see any sign that things will get any better, its the opposite, more extreme, more hate and more radical muslims, its unfortunate that a religion can turn so violent, how can a religion call for killing others, jihad,killing infidels and kafirs, terror and violence. what do we do is the miillion dollar question, as we show more tolerance towards other religions they see that as weakness and they commit more terror and violence, its a viscous cycle, sad that we have to live with this threat, these people are so brainwashed and they refuse to see what they are doing. lets keep exposing the cult of peace and lets keep our mission. the ITF "infidels task force" is doing fine work on YT and we must keep going. We have a great team with so much talent.

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  3. The main reason why moderate Muslims do not speak for themselves is because radicals have financial and political support from the Western establishment (government, media, academia, etc.) The other reason is that moderate Muslims seem to be in a minority.

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  4. radicals have financial and political support from the Western establishment (government, media, academia, etc.) "

    I don't quite agree with you. Maybe they have support from radical muslim country's. But you are correct if you bring The Netherlands into the equation.

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