Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Understanding The Islamo-Fascist Devil We Face

I didn't expect to write about such a topic today, but after viewing a free sample of WorldNetWeekly, I ran across a very interesting letter written by Erica Thunderpaws on page 268. Her brief letter was intriguing enough to lead me to her blog called "Jefferson Rebels" where she wrote a highly informative blog post back in January, 2010, called:

Sexual Depravity Breeds Savage Jihadists.

Here is a copy of her letter over at WorldNetWeekly:

As a Westerner, I assumed that Muslims were holier-than-thou with respect to sexuality because of the way they keep their women hidden under the burka. That view was totally shattered when I researched the subject of sexual behavior in that part of the world. Terrorists become terrorists because of their sexual beliefs, and girls and women are not their only victims. Indeed, prepubescent boys are sexually abused and then denied sexual outlets when they reach sexual maturity - unless it is to abuse more prepubescent boys. Their abused minds and bodies turn them into barbaric jihadists. American psychologists should do more to expose this. Just because we describe the jihadist culture as "religious" is no reason to assume their behavior equates with Christian religious behavior. Not even close!

What I learned was so disturbing, I recently wrote this article.

Erica Thunderpaws (Note: possibly a screen name)

Now, I have to warn readers that you might find the sexual descriptions there offensive. There is a warning at the blog that the additional links include descriptions that are downright gruesome. However, as the blog author indicates:

[b]ut this may be the only way for you to understand the devil we face. I might add, the same Islamo-fascist devil that some believe should rule the world.

I haven't gotten to the links yet, but I thought that this new information was profoundly important to understand the totality of what we are facing in our current War on Islamic-Jihadist Terrorism!

Sean Hannity recently interviewed the man who wrote the newly published book "Son of Hamas." The writer had an inside look into the Hamas terrorism group because he lived that life. Since then, he has claimed conversion to Christianity and feels compelled to tell his story. Sean appeared to be very wary of the man during the interview. Who wouldn't be? We all know that radical Islamic terrorists are trained to lie in order to get the trust of Westerners so that they can kill us!

The most chilling part of the interview was when Sean asked the man (paraphrased here) if there is such a thing as "moderate Muslims." The man said NO!! Although not all Muslims carry out jihad, the devout ones are trained to believe every word of the Quran. Therefore, the verses that tell them to "kill the infidel" are meant for every believer.

In America, there are probably "Westernized" Muslims that choose to ignore such passages (just like some apostate Christians ignore the fact that abortion and homosexual behavior are sins), so they demonstrate no threat to non-Muslims around them.

We have freedom of religion here in America. Therefore, Muslims are free to practice their beliefs as long as they don't harm or kill anyone.

People like Rosie O'Donnell who ignorantly and naively claimed that Christian faith is more "negative" and/or "radical" than Islamic Jihadism just don't know what they are talking about! Those who think that Muslims and Christians worship the same God need to do the research necessary to realize how untrue that belief really is!

Back to the topic of the blog post.

Recall that when the former terrorist leader of the Palestinians, Yasser Arafat died, there were rumors (some claim that it was confirmed) that he died of AIDS. There was documentation that he had been known to have frequent homosexual sex with young males. Many American journalists dismissed such revelations as not believable. The well-researched blog post above proves just how wrong and naive they all were.

Also, recall that some of the 9/11 terrorists were reported to have visited strip joints before carrying out their murderous rampage.

Erica wrote:

Now I'm completely convinced that the root of the terrorist problem is sexual obsession, rather than repression, and this depravity is fueled by the Qur’an and the Hadith.

We must add that the training by radical Islamic Imams, who spew absolute hatred for the West, also plays a vital role in the mindset of terrorists. The depravity of Radical Islam knows no bounds! It is very evident that the beliefs passed on from Mohammad when the Muslim religion began were not from God. Those who would be so gullible to believe that Islam is a "religion of peace" or just like any other religion out there, are hopelessly uninformed!

It pains me to write this post. It really does. It shows how badly people in the Middle East are brain DIRTIED to believe in such horrific things that are involved in the teachings of radical Islam.

Thank God that His Word is Truth! The Bible teaches that in the last days, there will be more and more conversions to belief in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Savior and Lord of the universe! There have been many reports that Iraqis are being converted to Christianity at a rate previously unknown before in the Middle East!

Praise God!

Jesus Christ is the only TRUE hope for Muslims. Jesus is the only TRUE hope for us all!

Tts 2:13 Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ;

Tts 2:14 Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.

Tts 2:15 These things speak, and exhort, and rebuke with all authority. Let no man despise thee.

Hat Tips to all links.


A book to help you answer Islam:

Answering Islam: The Crescent in the Light of the Cross by Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb


Kevin said...

Hi Christine,
Who exactly is this person? She (?) claim to be doing 'research' but where is the research on other aspects of Muslim society? It is easy to go through and find all the horrible things about a religion but is this research? No. It sounds like they have an agenda to show that Islam is evil. She (?) certainly found some horrific things, but to take those and apply them to the entire religion is like saying that all Christian ministers are gay because of people like Ted Haggard and the others who were/are hidden homosexuals. Now some of this may be true, but to say that it pertains to all of Islam is not 'research' at all.

Gary Baker said...


"Now some of this may be true, but to say that it pertains to all of Islam is not 'research' at all."

To the best of my knowledge, research is not defined by breadth of area but in accuracy of the information on the area being researched. As I understand, some of the most intensive research is also some the most narrow, simply because research takes time.

If you have some factual research to discredit what was shown, that's one thing. But to simply declare something "not research" because you don't like the scope or conclusion is hardly a logical argument.

Christinewjc said...


I'm not sure that she is claiming that "it pertains to all of Islam" as you claimed in your comment.
However, I will take your opinion under consideration after I read the links that she provides within her blog post. I meant to check her research on the day I posted this, but family matters (good ones!) prevented me gaining access to my computer much during the last 36 hours.

Also, please note that I wrote the following in my blog post on this topic:

We must add that the training by radical Islamic Imams, who spew absolute hatred for the West, also plays a vital role in the mindset of terrorists.

Kevin said...

Hi Gary,
You are correct about what research is. You state "in accuracy of the information on the area being researched." And to me, that is the problem with this article. The anonymous author of this blog states: " I might add, the same Islamo-fascist devil that some believe should rule the world." Clearly she is not happy with Islam and the spread of Islam. If you look at her other sites she runs, she is anti-Muslim. Science moves forward when it is based on solid ground in the first place. Sure, she found some pretty horrific things stated in some early Islamic texts. But she doesn't look (or didn't want to because it would have been very different to what her 'research' showed) into Islamic law and because of that, what she did was not research--it was her picking and choosing so that she can make a point. For example, she states: "However, an important difference between Westerners in the US and Islamic jihadists is that we do not have, as a rule, laws or religious systems that condone physical or sexual abuse of any kind, especially of children. Certainly, Christians are horrified at the very concept. In contrast, polygamy, honor killings, pederasty, child sex abuse of all kinds, bestiality, and sadism are sanctioned to one degree or another by the Qur'an, the Hadith, and the imams who interpret their sacred texts." This is a very sweeping statement to be making just based on the little slice she looked at. And you can find Christian sects that condone polygamy and sexual abuse of children, but to say that means all of Christianity is like this is totally and absolutely false.
Where in Quran does is condone pedastery? Or child sex abuse? She doesn't cover this because she knows she can't show it. I can just as easily look into numerous Christian sects to find various things that are not in mainstream Christianity, but I can't honestly say that would cover all of Christianity, because it wouldn't. However, if I said it did cover all of Christianity, imagine how this would sound to you.

Gary Baker said...

From other research:


First, we need to establish that Islam allows female children to be married and engaged in sex prior to their first menses (prepubescent). For that we turn to the Islamic source materials. Starting with the Quran:

If you are in doubt concerning those of your wives who have ceased menstruating, know that their waiting period shall be three months. The same shall apply to those who have not menstruated. As for pregnant women, their term shall end with their confinement. God will ease the hardship of the man who fears him. 65:4, Dawood

Brother Sam Shamoun comments on this verse:

The surrounding context deals with the issue of the waiting period for divorce, and remarriage. The Quran is telling Muslims to wait for a certain period of time before making the divorce final or deciding to forego it. The Quran exhorts men to wait a period of three months in the case of women who either are no longer menstruating or haven’t even started their menstrual cycles! (Source)

Since Muslim men are to wait 3 months before divorcing a prepubescent child it means that they have been engaging in sex with those children.

Borrowing from Sam’s work (*) I quote three Islamic scholars commentary related to 65:4 and the subject of sex with prepubescent children:

Ibn Kathir writes regarding 65:4

, "The `Iddah is made up of cleanliness and the menstrual period." So he divorces her while it is clear that she is pregnant, or he does not due to having sex, or since he does not know if she is pregnant or not. This is why the scholars said that there are two types of divorce, one that conforms to the Sunnah and another innovated. The divorce that conforms to the Sunnah is one where the husband pronounces one divorce to his wife when she is not having her menses and without having had sexual intercourse with her after the menses ended. One could divorce his wife when it is clear that she is pregnant. As for the innovated divorce, it occurs when one divorces his wife when she is having her menses, or after the menses ends, has sexual intercourse with her and then divorces her, even though he does not know if she became pregnant or not. There is a third type of divorce, which is neither a Sunnah nor an innovation where one divorces A YOUNG WIFE WHO HAS NOT BEGUN TO HAVE MENSES, the wife who is beyond the age of having menses, and divorcing one's wife before the marriage was consummated. (Source; bold and capital emphasis ours)

Al-Tabari said regarding 65:4

The interpretation of the verse "And those of your women as have passed the age of monthly courses, for them the 'Iddah (prescribed period), if you have doubt (about their periods), is three months; and for those who have no courses [(i.e. they are still immature) their 'Iddah (prescribed period) is three months likewise". He said: The same applies to the 'idaah for girls who do not menstruate because they are too young, if their husbands divorce them after consummating the marriage with them.

Tafseer al-Tabari, 14/142 (Source: Islam Q&A (
(Question #12708: Is it acceptable to marry a girl who has not yet started her menses?)

Regarding sex with prepubescent children, Abu-Ala’ Maududi states:

"Therefore, making mention of the waiting-period for girls who have not yet menstruated, clearly proves that it is not only permissible to give away the girl at this age but it is permissible for the husband to consummate marriage with her. Now, obviously no Muslim has the right to forbid a thing which the Qur’an has held as permissible." (Maududi, volume 5, p. 620, note 13, emphasis added)

It is clear: Muslim men can engage in sex with prepubescent children!

There is of course also the great example of their prophet marrying a child bride. As Christians are exhorted to follow the examples of Christ, so Muslims strive to follow their example.

Gary Baker said...


Again what we are debating is whether the statements are accurate and count or should count as research. You state:

"And you can find Christian sects that condone polygamy and sexual abuse of children, but to say that means all of Christianity is like this is totally and absolutely false."

These statements are correct. And the reason they are correct is because they are factual. It is factual to say that even though some groups that are nominally Christian advocate polygamy or any other sexual sin (homosexuality comes to mind), the text of the scriptures when taken in context clearly shows that these are not advocated in Christianity. You can easily point out how they are not representing their texts.

"I can just as easily look into numerous Christian sects to find various things that are not in mainstream Christianity,"

Little problem with your statement here: How do you determine "mainstream," as applied to Muslims? In Christianity, you could say look at the prevailing attitudes of the majority of practicing believers in countries where Christianity is the dominant religion. If you apply that same definition to "mainstream Islam," then it becomes a lot harder because in many of the countries where Islam is dominant, there are rampant sexual abuse, gang rapes, honor killings, polygamy, pederasty, etc. For example, I recently saw a video of I believe Iran. They were doing a mass marriage. Over a hundred middle aged men marrying girls that looked to be between five and ten. This was a cultural event, hardly not mainstream.

Christinewjc said...

FYI Gary and Kevin -

Something weird is happening with my comment box. When I click on "Dashboard" it shows that one comment is waiting to be moderated. When I click on "comment moderation" there is no comment!

So, if one of your comments doesn't show up, please repost it. I will check my email for a copy, too.

I recently received two spam comments (in Russian) and rejected them. Maybe this was a third one?

North Palm said...

Rosie O'Donnell who ignorantly attacks Christians, as this Radical Muslim group wants to destroy America. Also the left does not realize the Radical Islam followers are not big on Womens rights.
Thanks for your great article.

Kevin said...

Hi Gary,
What are the dates for all of the people you are quoting (a serious question--I don't have a clue)? Are they ancient, or current. And if current, who uses them?

Hi Christine,
So far all of my comments are showing up.

Gary Baker said...


Here's a link showing the evidence from Islamic ancient texts that Muhammad was married to his wife Aisha when she was six and the relationship consummated when she was nine.

The writings are interpretations of Muslim writings of varying age. The issue of who uses them in the modern age is grim and convincing.

Muslim immigrants performing forced marriages in Great Britain:

The head spiritual leader of Saudi Arabia condoning marriage of 8 to 10 year olds:

And yes, you can find a lot of religious leaders who will condemn it on camera, but the practice continues in Saudi Arabia, in Afghanistan, in Yemen, in Africa.

Kevin said...

Thanks Gary.