Lying, Deception Is Sacred In Islam

Fellow infidels,

Jan Sobieski has done some research on taqqyia to let you know what we are up against – Burkasrugly

Non-Muslims must understand the concept of taqqyia in order to understand how Islam works. Taqqyia basically means “deception of the infidel” or “lying for the sake of Allah.” Lying to promote Islam is not only permitted, but it is encouraged.  It is a shame that millions and millions of people have been led astray through this militant, hateful ideaology known as Islam.  There is one thing they have done very well on, though.  Muslims have perfected lying so much so that it is almost an art form…after all, they have been at it for 1,400 years.

The following YouTube video further explains and expands upon the concept of taqqyia. Former Muslims are featured in the video:

According to the Middle East Quarterly, Qur’anic verse 3:28 is often seen as the primary verse that sanctions deception towards non-Muslims: “Let believers [Muslims] not take infidels [non-Muslims] for friends and allies instead of believers. Whoever does this shall have no relationship left with God—unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions.”[7]

Muhammad ibn Jarir at-Tabari (d. 923), author of a standard and authoritative Qur’an commentary, explains verse 3:28 as follows:

If you [Muslims] are under their [non-Muslims’] authority, fearing for yourselves, behave loyally to them with your tongue while harboring inner animosity for them … [know that] God has forbidden believers from being friendly or on intimate terms with the infidels rather than other believers—except when infidels are above them [in authority]. Should that be the case, let them act friendly towards them while preserving their religion.[8]

In other words, they are commanded and encouraged to pretend to be friends with the infidels, but are really not.  Here is a video that  highlights this ‘sacred’ kind of deception that is used on infidels:

According to Dr. Bill Warner over at Political Islam , Islamic ethics is based upon dualism. There is one set of rules for the Muslim and another set of rules for the kafir. (‘Kafir’ is the worst word in human language, a degrading word that Muslims use to denote non-Muslims) Islamic ethical dualism extends to truth and deceit. He gives examples from Islam’s holy texts below:
In Islam something that is not true is not always a lie. Bukhari 3, 49,857 Mohammed: “A man who brings peace to the people by making up good words or by saying nice things, though untrue, does not lie.”

An oath by a Muslim is flexible. Bukhari 8, 78,618 Abu Bakr faithfully kept his oaths until Allah revealed to Mohammed the atonement for breaking them. Afterwards he said, “If I make a pledge and later discover a more worthy pledge, then I will take the better action and make amends for my earlier promise.”

When deception advances Islam, the deception is not a sin. Bukhari 5, 59,369 Mohammed asked, “Who will kill Ka’b, the enemy of Allah and Moham-med?” Bin Maslama rose and responded, “O Mohammed! Would it please you if I killed him?” Mohammed answered, “Yes.” Bin Maslama then said, “Give me permission to deceive him with lies so that my plot will succeed.” Mohammed replied, “You may speak falsely to him.”

Deceit is part of Islamic war against the kafirs. Bukhari 4,52,267 Mohammed: “The king of Persia will be destroyed, and no one shall assume his throne. Caesar will certainly be destroyed and no Caesar will follow him; his coffers will be spent in Allah’s cause [jihad].” Mohammed cried out, “Jihad is deceit.”

Useful Idiots will blow this off, even though I have provided links and videos with Islamic experts and former Muslims featured in them.  Some people are not capable of being educated, simply because they do not want to admit they are wrong, or for the fact that it will upset their liberal/progressive mindset.

Jan Sobieski

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