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Sharia mentality rears its ugly head in U.S. incidents

I came across two disturbing cases today while perusing the headlines. They involved military personnel of Middle Eastern descent here in the U.S. who targeted minors for sex.

One case involves the trial of an air force sergeant who is Saudi Arabian who raped a 13-year-old boy in a Las Vegas hotel as part of his New Year’s celebration earlier this year. He was found guilty and could face 35 years in prison. His defense was to blame the victim by claiming the boy wanted sex in exchange for money and/or drugs and that the kid wouldn’t take no for an answer. The boy admitted to asking the sergeant and his friend for pot when he smelled it on them and after several puffs is when the sergeant, Mazen Alotaibi, solicited sex from the boy, who said he tried to flee but was overpowered by Alotaibi.

Upon hearing the verdict, Alotaibi was stoic. The trial had five days of testimony before it was turned over to the jury on Tuesday with a verdict handed down yesterday, October 23.

In another case, two foreign Muslim men undergoing military training in the St. Louis area approached a 12-yr-old girl playing with her sibling in her front yard. Several times they tried to coax the girl into their vehicle and told her outright they wanted to have sex with her. The police were called and the men were subsequently arrested and charged with enticement of a child and sexual harassment. The sheriff of the county where the incident occurred said the 30-something men were considered regular visitors to the U.S. and are not eligible for diplomatic immunity, so they will be treated like any other suspects.

So why is it that Muslim men target minors for sex? Although we have a lot of people, often lie-berals, who try to make excuses for Muslims’ bad behavior and try to get us to feel sorry for them because they’re “victims” of poverty and racial profiling, these men were undoubtedly raised in an environment of the sharia mentality.

Jesus truly taught us to love our enemies, to do good to them, to bless them when they curse us, and to pray for them, but this doesn’t mean we make excuses for their criminal behavior or help them avoid the legal consequences of that behavior. Under the geopolitical/religious system of Islam, Muslims establish customs, principles, and laws based on the Koran and the Hadiths to influence their conduct. Under this sharia, many of the men are taught that non-Muslims are lower life forms who can be treated as the Muslim sees fit. It’s okay to enslave them, kill them, imprison them, or use them for sex depending on the situation and regardless of their gender or age.

Despite this ungodly mentality, we have organizations in the U.S., such as CAIR who are pushing behind the scenes for such a system to be established in America in the same way it has gotten a foothold in the UK with their sharia courts. Unfortunately, there are American citizens willing to help them and will quickly yell “Islamophobe!” at anyone who speaks out against this violent, repugnant, hateful system. Anyone who would try to push that evil stuff here is either totally blind spiritually or just blatantly evil when they can see what has happened in the “Arab Spring” and Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, and other places where sharia assaults human rights.
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Yes, the human rights of Muslims in America should be respected, but this does not give them the right to violate our God-given human rights by allowing sharia under the guise that such a geopolitical system is a religious freedom.

…and be sure your sin will find you out. Numbers 32:23

Woe to them that devise iniquity, and work evil upon their beds! when the morning is light, they practise it, because it is in the power of their hand. Micah 2:1

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13 thoughts on “Sharia mentality rears its ugly head in U.S. incidents

  1. Hey Harry i was just wondering if you had the time to explain to me where atheists get the idea that Christianity was born in Egypt and that they borrowed from pagan religions and the dead sea scrolls.
    also if you get time watch a documentary called zeitgeist its on youtube watch part 1 and tell me what you think. t

    part I questions religions as being god-given stories, stating that the Christian religion specifically is mainly derived from other religions, astronomical assertions, astrological myths and traditions, which in turn were derived from or shared elements with other traditions. In furtherance of the Jesus myth hypothesis this part states that the historical Jesus is a literary and astrological hybrid, nurtured politically. The work of Acharya S, author of The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold, was used extensively in Part I of the movie.[citation needed] Acharya also acted as consultant for Part I of the movie.[5][unreliable source?][6][unreliable source?]

    God Bless

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    1. Also could you please explain to me how Noah’s ark worked, i mean is it possible for two of every species to get on one boat if you could explain it would be much appreciated 🙂
      Thanks a heap Harry

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    2. Nick,

      I believe where you mentioned “dead sea scrolls” in your comment, you actually meant “book of the dead.” I recently had similar questions from other commenters here, so I’ll share with you what I shared with them. There are 3 basic things to understand about atheists:

      1) they believe it’s perfectly OK to lie if it furthers their cause of getting more people to agree with them;
      2) many atheists are not as educated in Biblical history as they portray themselves to be;
      3) many atheists just pick statements up from other atheists that sound good to them and they use them without verifying what they’ve been told.

      Scholars of history have acknowledged Jesus of Nazareth’s existence because of Roman & other documents from the 1st & early 2nd centuries AD that speak of him. Anyone claiming differently is an ignorant scholar. The writings of Clement of Rome (95 AD), Ignatius (107 AD), and Polycarp (110 AD) quote extensive passages from 25 of the 27 books in the New Testament, including the four gospels. This shows that the whole New Testament was complete and circulating worldwide by the end of the 1st century AD. There are more ancient manuscripts in existence (5700 and counting) that verify the New Testament. The writings about Jesus were done within 150 years of his life which is more reliable than historical writings that we rely on that tell us about Julius Caesar, Homer, Herodotus, Plato, Pliny, Socrates, and others, because accounts of their lives were written 500+ years after they lived. And if we combine all manuscripts about those famous men of old, they will not reach the amount of ancient manuscripts backing the New Testament. The writers in ancient times who talk about Jesus of Nazareth include:

      1.Flavius Josephus, Jewish historian
      2.Tacitus, Roman historian
      3.Pliny the Younger, Roman politician
      4.Phlegon, freed slave & historian
      5.Thallus, 1st century historian
      6.Suetonius, Roman historian
      7.Lucian, Greek satirist
      8.Celsus, Roman philosopher
      9.Mara Bar-Serapion, Roman citizen
      10.Jewish Talmud

      Here’s some info debunking the claims made in Zeitgeist that tie Jesus to pagan traditions:

       

       
       

       

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    3. Here are my sources on Jesus’ existence and the manuscripts:

      Lutheran Hour Ministries. The Bible on Trial. NRB Broadcast. ©2011.

      Norman L. Geisler. I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist. Wheaton, IL: Crossway. ©2004. pp. 223, 225, 235-236.

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  2. Hello again Harry i was wondering if you could explain Adam and Eve as in if were all from Adam and Eve doesn’t that mean it’s incest? or what about Noah’s ark were humanity was wiped out except for Noah and his family how does it work
    Also i dont know if you’ve heard of a guy named “The Amazing atheist” not so amazing if you ask me but it seems a lot of my atheists friends glorify this guy. So if you get the chance to watch some of his videos and do some research on him and tell me what you think. Id rather research myself then bother you but i dont have much time with school and work.
    Thanks!

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    1. Hi, Nick.

      Here’s an article that explains how we all descended from Adam & Eve and how the Earth was populated: http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/nab/who-was-cains-wife

      All humans are related since we all descended from one man (Adam) and one woman (Eve). The first few generations of man for thousands of years were the closest to genetic perfection, so incest wasn’t a problem. Creationists believe God outlawed marrying close relatives when genetic deformations from such unions started to become a big problem.
       

       
      It may take me a few days to get back to you on the “Amazing atheist” guy since I’ve never heard of him & it’s somewhat of a busy week for me. But he’s unlikely to be amazing and there really is no such thing as an atheist, although they like to refer to themselves as such.

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    1. Hi, Nick.

      I took a look at the so-called “Amazing atheist” and I found him to be nothing to worry about with his potty mouth. There are bigger fish to fry than that guy. When it comes to Christopher Hitchens, here’s a decent debate if you have time to watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KBx4vvlbZ8 . Carl Sagan was a popular scientist while he was alive and continues to be placed on a pedestal by many even though he made several glaring errors.

      In his essay, “The Amniotic Universe,” he made the error of quoting psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, whose theories were debunked. Sagan used Grof’s idea that our experiences in this universe are much like our “traumatic” experiences at birth. He dismissed near death experiences of seeing light at the end of the tunnel as nothing more than birth memories of being squeezed out of the birth canal, totally ignoring the fact that babies don’t have their eyes open as they exit the uterus. In that essay, Sagan also said our periods of panic and anxiety or being punished for no reason are based on memories we have of being crushed by uterine contractions during the birth process. He overlooked the fact that a baby’s brain is not developed enough to have such memories, nor a sense of being punished for having done something wrong.

      One of his most famous mistakes was that he predicted during the first Iraq War in the 1990s that the burning oil fields in Kuwait would result in a worldwide disaster that would be like a nuclear winter.

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      1. Thanks alot Harry!

        Ps my friend is still hell bent that morality is a human construct even though his arguments are so flawed

        God bless

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