By Jacqueline Le Beau ——- A Concerned American Citizen
I am a concerned American Citizen. I have worked with Mano Bakh, author of From Terror to Freedom, for six years. My study of Islam; opened doors for me that were troubling and difficult to understand. Behind those doors I often found dark figures expounding death in order to bring glorious rewards for those who were working for the expansion of a religion that openly supports the killing of another.
Bigotry is the word used against those of us who dare to question the practices of Islam, yet they, who hide behind the “persecution accusations”, are cleverly practicing the worst form of bigotry against all who dare to question a barbaric ideology within the Islamic religion.
Silently, others within the faith watch and condone. If Moderate, why don’t they speak out and condemn the Radicals? Is it fear of being accused of apostasy, including the punishments that follow, or is it the acceptance of those who dare to become the martyr for the expansion of Islam? Perhaps the fear of Allah’s wrath, interpreted by Mohammad, is the true reason for silence.
Until those in the “house behind the doors”, decide to remove the dark figures that lurk in the corners and until they have the courage to initiate reform, there will always be danger for those who try to expose the facts regarding a religion of confusion.
It is very clear that one person’s understanding of right is another’s commitment to wrong. The harshness of one GOD cannot be understood by those who believe in a GOD of forgiveness and love. The battle always remains between “Good and Evil”—–“Right and Wrong”.
Since 9-11, we in America have accepted the removing of our shoes in an airport and endangering our bodies to radiation. Even though our liberties have been taken from us, we cowardly accept the ranting of those “Politically Correct” who preach leniency for others who keep the lid tightly closed on —- “Pandora’s Box”.