To understand Islam it is important to recognise that this is a religion based almost entirely on the word of one man, and his ‘perfect’ example. If someone says “I know a Muslim at work and he’s really nice” – the reply should be “I know the perfect Muslim, his name is Muhammad, let me tell you about him.” At the core of Muhammad’s life path is one central theme: submission of non-believers through the psychological power of TERROR.
Islam holds a hypnotic Cobra-like sway over Leftists and people who believe their Cultural Marxist myth of ‘relativism’ – all religions are as good or as bad as each other. This is reinforced by twin myths: (1) Islam is the Religion of Peace and terrorists are ‘not Muslims’, and (2) the eternal hope of the weak-minded that Islam can reform.
This article outlines three impossible barriers to true Islamic reform: (1) the Qur’an is literally ‘set in stone’, (2) the Law of Abrogation and the doctrine of Taqiyya which obscures debate about abrogation, and (3) the eternal and ‘perfect’ example of the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad.