3 Reasons Why Islam Is Unreformable

moderate-muslimIt is a militant supremacist ideology not The Religion of Peace™, and far more of its core text (Qur’an, Hadith, Sira) is devoted to law, politics and war strategy than any ‘spirituality’ (for more, click here). But the ‘beard’ of religion and culture means that it can avoid scrutiny by claiming victimhood and discrimination.

What follows is an expose of what it Islam is REALLY is about, and why it cannot be reformed. Down the rabbit hole, right to the centre where the ugly truth is found. It’s a place only the most devout Muslims can usually find, so far down that the Muslim cannot climb out, as by that time the journey has caused them to be utterly brainwashed.

It’s a place cunningly hidden from non-believers – but thanks to the internet THIS is the first generation that can fully understand the dark heart of Islam (without becoming a convert and risk brainwashing).

If a Muslim finds this place – they have already contracted full blown SJS (“Sudden Jihadi Syndrome“). In other words, they are at permanent risk of a trigger event sending them into a mass murdering rampage.

PROBLEM 1 – the Qur’an is ‘set in stone’

The main problem with Islam is that it is unreformable because the Qur’an is the word of Allah, via the Archangel Gabriel, and is set in stone on tablets in ‘Heaven’. The only Christian equivalent is the Ten Commandments, the Bible being the word of many (40 authors), and is mainly allegorical and descriptive. The Qur’an however is meant to be ‘for all times and all people’, and is PRESCRIPTIVE.

All the more peaceful passages were passed to Muhammad when in the first 13 years of his life in Mecca he tried to create his religion, amassing 150 followers. It’s mainly a rehash of Jewish and Christian scripture, with many inaccuracies and misinterpretations. Then Muhammad was forced to leave Mecca and moved to Medina (“The Hijrah”) and it all changed (see next section).

The Qur’an specifically states that it cannot be changed, nor any part of it denied. As this is the word of Allah, set in stone in heaven – this is an impossible barrier to any reformists.

PROBLEM 2 – Abrogation and TaqiyyaIslam stages of conquest

However, when Muhammad and his followers were forced to move to Medina (the Meccans grew sick of him), he became a politician, warlord, slaver trader and highway robber. Google “Its all about Muhammad”, I recommend the book of the same name.

His new revelations contradicted his Meccan teachings. They were violent and intolerant. When challenged by his confused followers, Muhammad justified it by saying Allah can change his mind and we shouldn’t question it. His simple revelation was, when faced with a contradiction, simply find out what verse came chronologically LATER, and that verse was superior and abrogated (cancelled) the one before it.

For example:

“Whatever communications We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, We bring one better than it or like it. Do you not know that Allah has power over all things?” Qur’an 2:106

There are several other verses that restate the same principle (the Doctrine of Abrogation).

Now this would be a problem in gaining new converts, for if someone was to read the Qur’an chronologically, by the time they reached the end, it would be clear that Muhammad had transformed into a genocidal monster.

They would read a chronological Qur’an and be utterly repulsed.

So the Qur’an has a devious strategy: they order the book by SIZE of chapter, longest to shortest, over 114 chapters. In other words, the Qur’an is NOT in CHRONOLOGICAL sequence, to match when the ‘revelations’ where handed down to Muhammad. The same rule applies for verses within chapters.

Only when you get deeper into the Qur’an, can you understand abrogation, and later, why it had to be hidden. There is no logical explanation for this ordering, apart from to disguise that all the peace has been abrogated by violence, intolerance and subjugation of non-believers.

Whether all Muslims choose to live by this more LITERAL interpretation (i.e. accurate, i.e. orthodox) – is their choice. Many Muslims chose to ignore the more violent verses and take a ‘pick and mix’ approach to the Qur’an verses. ISIS and al Qaeda, for example, would see such Muslims as apostacising themselves, for they are deliberately ignoring the word of Allah. In this context, who are the REAL extremists?

The ones who deny whole verses or cherry-pick how to interpret the Qur’an, or those who follow it literally?

Most people claiming reform is possible know this, and talk of reform is merely a smokescreen to deceive others. This is where Taqiyya (sacred deceit) comes in. Islam has a massive body of scripture and law related to this. Google “religion of peace lying” – this is the Qur’an telling believers that it is OK (and sometimes obligatory) to deceive non-believers if it protects or furthers Islam’s agenda of worldwide supremacy and subjugation of all people under Islamic Sharia and Governance.

PROBLEM 3 – Muhammad is ‘perfect’

The third problem is equally fundamental.

Islam is the word of Allah (found in the Qur’an) and the Sunnah of Muhammad (i.e. his life path and perfect example, found in the Sira (biography) and Hadith (traditions and sayings) of Muhammad). In terms of size, this body of scripture is 15% Qur’an, 85% Hadith and Sira.

Or – 15% All*h, 85% Muhammad.

Muhammad bomb headThis is why only 100 years ago, the term Islam wasn’t used, but instead we referred to it as Mohammadanism (as per various Prime Ministers, Presidents etc). They understood Islam in a clearer way than we do now. Our ability to see clearly and logically is today clouded by the myopia of Political Correctness and Cultural Relativism.

The Qur’an says that all Muslims must follow the example of Muhammad, that he is a ‘beautiful pattern of conduct’ to copy, in 91 different verses. Muslims should ask themselves what Muhammad would do, and then try to emulate him. Time and again, the Qur’an reads like Allah is a cheerleader for Muhammad.

It even encourages blind faith to the extent that a Believer should ignore that inner voice of compassion and humanity. For example:

“Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not.” Qur’an (2:216).

So if Muhammad is so important – and we cannot possibly reform him – the next question becomes obvious.

What type of man is he, and what type of example does he set? Google: “what would Muhammad do WWMD” and prepare to be appalled.

“I have been made victorious through terror.” Prophet Muhammad, in Sahih Bukhari 4:52.220.

This quote defines the man and defines the religion. Said on his deathbed, after a decade of rampaging genocide, slavery, theft, rape, sanctioned beheading 600 captives, ordered assassinations, extortion rackets, incest, child r-ape (one of his wives Aisha was 6, he consummated the marriage when she was 9)… It is clear that ‘terror’ is the secret to success for the ‘religion of peace’.

This quote is from pure scripture, the Hadith, and is incontrovertible and cannot be interpreted any other way than it states. You know, the way apologists say that Jihad is actually about inner struggle, when all reference to it in the Qur’an are in the context of war and violence in Muhammad’s ‘struggles’.

Consider this: Name one other religion, where the more devout you become, the more intolerant of non-believers, and more prone to violence one becomes?

Only Islam.

OTHER RELIGIONS WORK THE OPPOSITE WAY AROUND, because they are based (for all their faults) on things like spirituality, tolerance and love. Islam is the anti-religion.

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2 thoughts on “3 Reasons Why Islam Is Unreformable

  1. For they are glad tidings, in the life of the present and in the hereafter; no change can there be in the words of Allah.
    And in their footsteps, We sent Iesa (jesus), son of Maryam (Mary) confirming the Taurat (Torah) that had come before him,and We gave him the Injil(Gospel), in whichwas guidance and light and confirmation of the Taurat(Torah) and had come before it a guidance and admonition for those who guard (against evil) Sura 5:46
    Verily, We have inspired Nuh (Noah) and the Prophets after him; We inspired Ibrahim (Abraham), Ismai’l (Ishmael), Ishaque (Isaac), Ya’qub (Jacob), and Al-Asbat [the twelve sons of Ya’qub (Jacob), Iesa (Jesus), Ayub (Job), Yunus (Jonah), Harum (Aaron) and Sulaiman (Solomon) and to Dawud (David) we gave the Zabur (Psalms) – Sura 4: 163

    And Messengers We have mentioned to you before, and Messengers We have not mentioned to you,- and to Musa (Moses) Allah spoke directly. Surah 4: 164.
    But if you are in doubt as to what We have revealed to you, ask those who read the Book before you; certainly the truth has come to you from your Lord, therefore you should not be of the disputers. Sura 10:94.
    o you who believe! Believe in Allah, and his Messenger, and the Book (the Quran) which He has sent down to His Messenger, and the Scripture which He sent down to those before (HIM)………….. Sura 4:136………and whosoever disbilieves in Allah, His Angels, His messengers, and the Last Day, then indeed he has strayed far away..Sura 4:136

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