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What Normal Muslims Think - And Europe Fails to Understandyoutube.com

Here’s what a normal group of so-called, moderate Muslims really believe which most infidels (all non-Muslims) refuse to accept as reality.

What Normal Muslims Think - And Europe Fails to Understand
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Here’s what a normal group of so-called, moderate Muslims really believe which most infidels (all non-Muslims) refuse to accept as reality.

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What makes every wise man!

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What makes every wise man!

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For those of you who feel ebooks will never displace paper!

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For those of you who feel ebooks will never displace paper!

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"Absolute truth is the new hate speech because it makes people uncomfortable to know that they’re NOT in charge!" ~ © gfp ‘42™

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"Absolute truth is the new hate speech because it makes people uncomfortable to know that they’re NOT in charge!" ~ © gfp ‘42™

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“It is a characteristic of all movements and crusades that the psychopathic element rises to the top.” ~ Robert M. Lindner (1914-1956) U.S. author, psychologist

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“It is a characteristic of all movements and crusades that the psychopathic element rises to the top.” ~ Robert M. Lindner (1914-1956) U.S. author, psychologist

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How sad that Gillian Bennett could see no other course than to take her own life by Catherine Ferrier. August 27, 2014. MONTREAL — I am a medical doctor, and for 30 years have spent much …

A REAL woman’s perspective on current issues of interest to women in family and public affairs.

Leadership 101 | Leadership Versus Managementfulcrumsearchscience.com
Leadership 101: Leadership Versus ManagementBy Bruce McAlpine | Employee Engagement ,Leadership ,News | August 11, 2014 | 0 commentThe military is known for producing good leaders. This series feature …

How do leaders manage the tension between leadership requirements (influencing people) and management skills (managing processes)?

Leadership 101 | Leadership Versus Management
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Leadership 101: Leadership Versus Management

By Bruce McAlpine | Employee Engagement ,Leadership ,News | August 11, 2014 | 0 comment

The military is known for producing good leaders. This series feature …

How do leaders manage the tension between leadership requirements (influencing people) and management skills (managing processes)?

2) A concise 10 minutes on the gift of Nonviolenceyoutube.com

VIDEO: Here’s a concise 10 mins. on the answers to the REALLY Big Questions: “Who am I?”, “Where did I come from”? “Why am I here?” “How can I do that?” and “What comes next?”

2) A concise 10 minutes on the gift of Nonviolence
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VIDEO: Here’s a concise 10 mins. on the answers to the REALLY Big Questions: “Who am I?”, “Where did I come from”? “Why am I here?” “How can I do that?” and “What comes next?”

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“It is a characteristic of all movements and crusades that the psychopathic element rises to the top.” ~ Robert M. Lindner (1914-1956) U.S. author, psychologist

Posted by Gary Patton

“It is a characteristic of all movements and crusades that the psychopathic element rises to the top.” ~ Robert M. Lindner (1914-1956) U.S. author, psychologist

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You have heard of the hatred and violence included in the Islamic Koran.  Some genocidal commands against all non-Muslims include Koran 47:4 @ http://flip.it/w76He, 5:33 @ http://flip.it/Kzu8a, 9:5 @ http://flip.it/jpFGu. 

All of the above verses are supported by every Muslim School of Law, regardless of sect, as currently to be obeyed by faithful Muslims. So-called moderate Muslims have no more right to ignore their Holy Books than Christians do our New Covenant. 

So, beware moderate Muslims, when push comes to shove, because of the above plus the collectivist, cultural power of Islam regardless of country of residence. 

Islam has more than one holy book. Below is a typically-hateful, violent example from the a-hadith. 

Hadith are commentaries on the life & times of Muhammad,  Islam’s “perfect man”. Hadith are considered the second holiest book in Islam. 

Jihadis are taught to duplicate the feats recorded in hadith. 

BEWARE, the following recounts gruesome barbarity: 

“Allah’s Messenger sent Zayd to Wadi Qura, where he encountered the Banu Fazarah. Some of his Companions were killed, and Zayd was carried away wounded. Ward was slain by the Banu Badr. When Zayd returned, he vowed that no washing should touch his head until he had raided the Fazarah. After he recovered, Muhammad sent him with an army against the Fazarah settlement. He met them in Qura and inflicted casualties on them and took Umm Qirfah prisoner. He also took one of Umm’s daughters and Abdallah bin Mas’adah prisoner. Zyad bin Harithah ordered Qays to kill Umm, and he killed her cruelly. He tied each of her legs with a rope and tied the ropes to two camels, and they split her in two. (Tabari Vol.8:Page.96)

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You have heard of the hatred and violence included in the Islamic Koran. Some genocidal commands against all non-Muslims include Koran 47:4 @ http://flip.it/w76He, 5:33 @ http://flip.it/Kzu8a, 9:5 @ http://flip.it/jpFGu. All of the above verses are supported by every Muslim School of Law, regardless of sect, as currently to be obeyed by faithful Muslims. So-called moderate Muslims have no more right to ignore their Holy Books than Christians do our New Covenant. So, beware moderate Muslims, when push comes to shove, because of the above plus the collectivist, cultural power of Islam regardless of country of residence. Islam has more than one holy book. Below is a typically-hateful, violent example from the a-hadith. Hadith are commentaries on the life & times of Muhammad, Islam’s “perfect man”. Hadith are considered the second holiest book in Islam. Jihadis are taught to duplicate the feats recorded in hadith. BEWARE, the following recounts gruesome barbarity: “Allah’s Messenger sent Zayd to Wadi Qura, where he encountered the Banu Fazarah. Some of his Companions were killed, and Zayd was carried away wounded. Ward was slain by the Banu Badr. When Zayd returned, he vowed that no washing should touch his head until he had raided the Fazarah. After he recovered, Muhammad sent him with an army against the Fazarah settlement. He met them in Qura and inflicted casualties on them and took Umm Qirfah prisoner. He also took one of Umm’s daughters and Abdallah bin Mas’adah prisoner. Zyad bin Harithah ordered Qays to kill Umm, and he killed her cruelly. He tied each of her legs with a rope and tied the ropes to two camels, and they split her in two. (Tabari Vol.8:Page.96)