Sharia Law Definition - Religion of Peace?: Islam's War Against the World by Gregory M. Davis

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Sharia Law Definition - Religion of Peace?: Islam's War Against the World by Gregory M. Davis

Publisher:World Ahead Publishing, October 17, 2006
ISBN:097789844X Buy on Amazon


Pages:3,4,5
Extract:“Islamic theology divides the world into two spheres locked in perpetual conflict: The House of Islam and the House of War. The House of Islam (dar al-Islam) embraces territory where Islamic law (Sharia) is the law of the land, while the House of War (dar al- Harb) comprises the rest of the world. The House of Islam is enjoined by Allah to make war upon the House of War until the latter is permanently assimilated into the former.

The term jihad, which literally means “struggle,” denotes the military effort to bring new lands into the House of Islam. While the state of war between the Islamic non-Islamic worlds is sometimes hot or sometimes cold, it is permanent until Sharia law reigns over the entire planet”

“Westerners… assume blindly that Muslims practicing their faith are not so very different from the true believers of other religions. This assumption is not merely wrong it is deadly.”

“Today’s preachers of multiculturalism and tolerance, who champion Islam at the expense of Western mores, demonstrate ignorance of a suicidal order.”