Here are 8 Christian Terrorist Organizations That Equal ISIS


The right-wing is quick to condemn all of Islam like it’s a singular entity, and hold every Muslim accountable for the actions of a handful bad apples. As I’ve often said, no one religion — not even Buddhism — has the “right” to claim they’re non-violent. Holy War is one of those things that cuts across all religions equally. And while you can point this out to right-wingers, they won’t listen: they’re quick to invoke Boko Haram, ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Al-Sheebab, or some other terrorist agency and pretend they’re the sum total of all Muslims.

Well, there are Christian terrorist agencies that are just as scary, and some of them just as bad if not worse, than ISIS. A few of these you may have heard of, but since our so-called “liberal media” gets cold feet at naming Christian Terrorism what it is, some of them slip under the radar or aren’t as associated with Christian terrorism as they should be in the popular imagination.

8. Lord’s Resistance Army

Active: 1980s-Present, about 30 years

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All Terrorists are Muslims

All Terrorists are Muslims…Except the 94% that Aren’t

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CNN recently published an article entitled Study: Threat of Muslim-American terrorism in U.S. exaggerated; according to a study released by Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, “the terrorist threat posed by radicalized Muslim-Americans has been exaggerated.”

Yet, Americans continue to live in mortal fear of radical Islam, a fear propagated and inflamed by right wing Islamophobes.  If one follows the cable news networks, it seems as if all terrorists are Muslims.  It has even become axiomatic in some circles to chant: “Not all Muslims are terrorists, but nearly all terrorists are Muslims.” Muslims and their “leftist dhimmi allies” respond feebly, mentioning Waco as the one counter example, unwittingly affirming the belief that “nearly all terrorists are Muslims.”

But perception is not reality.  The data simply does not support such a hasty conclusion.  On the FBI’s official website, there exists a chronological list of all terrorist attacks committed on U.S. soil from the year 1980 all the way to 2005.  That list can be accessed here (scroll down all the way to the bottom).

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Terrorism and Islam







Islam is not about Terrorism


A German Muslim scholar was asked on a live TV show about terrorism and Islam. He said:
Who started the First World War? Was it Muslims?
Who started the Second World War? Was it Muslims?
Who killed about 20 million Aborigines in Australia? Was it Muslims?
Who sent the nuclear bombs to Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Was it Muslims?
Who killed more than 100 million Indians in North America? Was it Muslims?
Who killed more than 50 million Indians in South America? Was it Muslims?
Who took about 180 million of African people as slaves, of whom 88% died and thrown in the Atlantic? Was it Muslims?

No, they weren’t Muslims! First, you have to define terrorism properly. If a non-Muslim does something bad, it is a crime. But if a Muslim commits the same act, he is a terrorist.
First remove this double standard, and then come to the point!

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Why are most of the Muslims fundamentalists and terrorists?


This question is often hurled at Muslims, either directly or indirectly, during any discussion on religion or world affairs. Muslim stereotypes are perpetuated in every form of the media accompanied by gross misinformation about Islam and Muslims. In fact, such misinformation and false propaganda often leads to discrimination and acts of violence against Muslims. A case in point is the anti-Muslim campaign in the American media following the Oklahoma bomb blast, where the press was quick to declare a ‘Middle Eastern conspiracy’ behind the attack. The culprit was later identified as a soldier from the American Armed Forces.

Let us analyze this allegation of ‘fundamentalism’ and ‘terrorism’:

1. Definition of the word ‘fundamentalist’

A fundamentalist is a person who follows and adheres to the fundamentals of the doctrine or theory he is following. For a person to be a good doctor, he should know, follow, and practise the fundamentals of medicine. In other words, he should be a fundamentalist in the field of medicine. For a person to be a good mathematician, he should know, follow and practise the fundamentals of mathematics. He should be a fundamentalist in the field of mathematics. For a person to be a good scientist, he should know, follow and practise the fundamentals of science. He should be a fundamentalist in the field of science.

2. Not all ‘fundamentalists’ are the same

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Terrorism Cannot be Blamed on Islam!

By M. Hanif Lakdawala
World over, the CIA and the Mossad, assisted by the Australian Special Action Police and the M15 of England, are all working towards undermining Muslim organisations in an attempt to weaken Muslims globally.

Time and again Islam is projected as a religion breeding terrorism and intolerance. Terrorism cannot be blamed on Islam. World over, the foreign intelligence agencies are pushing their government’s dubious agenda. The western countries are promoting terrorism, so that they use the pretext of terrorism and capture the oil fields of the Gulf region.

Noam Chomsky, Professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, opines that the US leads the pack of rich and powerful nations that carry out international terrorism on smaller nations. “The US is the only country in the world that has been criticised by the International Court of Justice for perpetuating terrorism in Nicaragua. Who nurtured the Islamic terrorist organisations in the world? It is the Central Intelligence Agency that has been aiding and abetting terrorist outfits across the world, all for the diplomatic, strategic and economic advantages of the US. So Osama bin Laden, for whom the US has been bombing a poor country like Afghanistan, has been the creation of the US,” he said.

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Can only Muslims be terrorists?

Kamran Memon and Parvez Ahmed Special to Hernando


Published: Jun 26, 2003

Robert Jay Goldstein is not a “Jewish terrorist.”

After all, neither God nor his prophets ever condoned

the murder of innocent human beings. If a Jew engages

in terrorism, the blame falls on him, not on his

religion. That much we can all agree on. But that is

where our paths diverge.

In August 2002 ,Goldstein was arrested near his home

in St. Petersburg, Florida. In his possession were 40

weapons, 30 explosive devices, a list of 50 mosques

and a detailed plan to bomb an Islamic school.

Contrary to the suggestion from defense lawyers that

Goldstein is mentally ill, sheriff’s Detective Cal

Dennie characterized him as “a smart guy” who “knew

his stuff.”

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A Quiz on Terrorism

A Quiz on Terrorism

[Editor’s note: The following quiz is intended to show that terrorism is not limited

to a single race, color, ethnicity or religion. We must speak out and shun terrorism,

regardless of who commits it. Stereotyping justifies no one but the wrong doers and

the oppressors.]

1. In 1881 the tsar of Russia was assassinated by:

a. a Russian terrorist

b. Muslim male extremists mostly between the ages of 17 and 40

2. In 1886 a bomb exploded at a demonstration in Chicago killing seven police

officers and demonstrators and injuring 67.

Who was responsible?

a. labor extremists

b. Muslim male extremists mostly between the ages of 17 and 40

3. Between 1889 and 1909 over 1700 African-Americans were lynched in the

United States by:

a. white Southern extremists

b. Muslim male extremists mostly between the ages of 17 and 40

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What Does Islam Say about Terrorism?

Islam is Against Terrorism

Islam, a religion of mercy, does not permit terrorism. In the Quran, God has said:

(God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes. God loves just dealers) (Quran, 60:8)

“Islam” and other various Islamic terms and concepts are grossly misunderstood in the West. Muslims can hardly find anyone to blame but themselves because (a) they have failed to live by the Islamic tenets in our times, and (b) they have failed to promote understanding of Islam in the West through outreach projects.

What Does Islam Say about Terrorism?

The term “terrorism” does not exist in the Qur’an or the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. If the terms “terrorist or terrorism” are derived from a verb used in the Qur’an, such as 5:33 describing a “Muslim’s” terrorist acts, it is in condemnation and prescribes most severe punishment. Islam is a religion and a way of life that does not separate politics from religion.

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