“To Live Islam in a Democratic Country is Impossible”

A “Frenchman” who journeyed to Syria to wage jihad and become a martyr explains himself in this brief video. Many thanks to Oz-Rita for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


0:00   If I came here, it’s to die in martyr in this blessed earth, I’m a child of France.
0:04   I was born in France, I did my studies in France, it’s even France
0:08   that pushed us to ask ourselves the right questions about our lives.
0:12   To live Islam in a democratic country: it’s impossible;
0:16   it’s incompatible. As soon as I set foot in Syria I understood
0:20   that here was my place to fight. We fight in a very militarily structured way;
0:24   we train and combat all the time.
0:28   We do not need the international community.

5 thoughts on ““To Live Islam in a Democratic Country is Impossible”

  1. No child of France.
    A child of the Ummah.
    A child of France would die only for France.
    Would fight only for France.
    Would live only in France.
    And would favor only the historical culture of France.

  2. It is very important to understand that a practicing muslim is not a child of anything other than Islam. Islam specifically forbids respecting any national boundaries except those of Dar-ul-Islam vs Dar-ul-Harb.

    And let me tell you that this is not just from reading Islam’s scriptures, but by talking to large groups of muslims. I think us non-muslims should pay more attention to what muslims tell us–they clearly tell us they care two hoots about our countries and their allegiances. They only care about Islam and making our nations into Dar-ul-Islam.

    Be very afraid when you see many hijabs crop up in your area. That means the Islamic takeover is coming.

  3. The Blair government in the UK was very foolish in repealing the laws on treason. It would be interesting to hear from others here, what the situation is in their countries?

  4. In India, for a muslim to say “we owe no allegiance to anything but the Kuran and Ummah” is not only allowed, it is routinely done by muslim leaders. However, for a Hindu to say “I don’t think that should be allowed” is regarded as “going against the secular fabric of the country” which is tantamount to treason.

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