Al-taqiyaa – how the lie works in a divided world.

Al-taqiyaa

I am not sure if any of you have heard of the Arabic term Al-taqiyaa before? Basically it is justified lying according to the koran and hadith and Islamic teaching. Here you can find a Muslim’s response to what constitutes a justified lie, Al-taqiyaa.

You must remember when reading this that any society that is not Islamic is actually at war with Islam according to Islam.

Islamic scholarship divides the world into dar al-Islam (the House of Islam, i.e., those nations who have submitted to Allah) and dar al-harb (the House of War, i.e., those who have not). It is this dispensation that the world lived under in Muhammad’s time and that it lives under today. Then as now, Islam’s message to the unbelieving world is the same: submit or be conquered. [source]

Once you have read the three circumstances where Al-taqiyaa can be used you will understand how there is justification in doing what this woman has done in the following youtube to further the cause of Islam. There is no doubt that she has been taught about the divisions of the world in Islamic thought.

In doing this she hasn’t been altogether honest [Al-tiqyaa] about her veil when interviewed for a job in a Christian school and now she is playing the victimised role because she believes that she is being discriminated against because she is a minority. Of course, the left will support her right as a minority because the left is a strong voice for Liberation Theology!

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6 thoughts on “Al-taqiyaa – how the lie works in a divided world.

  1. And it seems so unbelievable that the powers that be don’t know this. How can they not know this?! Even if they didn’t know it exactly they should be smart enough to recognize a trend … crazy!

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  2. I’m certain they do know it, only they fear Islam more than God. In their haste to extinguish the flaming torch of Christianity, they’ve been given over, as we all are, bit by bit. So much for Winston Churchill’s wise words on limp appeaser Neville Chamberlain specifically (and all appeasers in general):

    “He was given a choice between war and dishonor. He chose dishonor and he will have war anyway.”

    (Finally catching up, Vee. My blood is boiling!)

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  3. This is brilliant work by the News Presenter. And thanks for the info on Al-tiqyaa. I agree totally with Pearl’s comments in that people fear Islam more than God. “The LORD is with me; I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?” Psalm 118:6

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    • No problem Leonie. I am hoping that you girls have also watched the other video that connects the dots between the UN and the Muslim world.

      And today I have just posted about a new link that I have learned about. It’s about the connection between the Catholic Church and Muslims. More dot connecting???

      Take care

      Vee

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