Ji­had prin­ci­ple

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“When Is­lamists wage ji­had — past, present and fu­ture — con­quer­ing and con­sol­i­dat­ing nonMus­lim ter­ri­to­ries and cen­ters in the name of Is­lam, never once con­sid­er­ing to cede them back to their pre­vi­ous own­ers, they ul­ti­mately demon­strate that they live by the age-old adage ‘might makes right.’ [. . .] Why is it that when­ever Mus­lim re­gions are con­quered, such as in the case of Pales­tine, the same Is­lamists who would never con­cede one inch of Is­lam’s con­quests re­sort to the United Na­tions and the court of pub­lic opin­ion, de­mand­ing jus­tice, resti­tu­tions, rights and so forth?

“When Mus­lims beat in­fi­dels, it’s just too bad for the lat­ter; they must sub­mit to their new over­lords’ rules with all the at­ten­dant dis­crim­i­na­tion and hu­mil­i­a­tion man­dated for non-Mus­lims. Yet when Is­lam is beaten, de­mands for apolo­gies and con­ces­sions are ex­pected from the in­fi­del world at large.”

Ray­mond Ibrahim, writ­ing on “Is­lam gets con­ces­sions; in­fi­dels get con­quered,” Dec. 5 in the Los An­ge­les Times

Ales­son about the mod­ern world. Mel Gib­son on the set of “Apoca­lypto.”

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