7 thoughts on “The Jihad Triangle

  1. Pretty good explanation, the only problem is that it leaves out the taqiyya aspect whereby one is intentionally deceptive about the knowledge or obedience aspects.

    Essentially, with knowledge of and belief in taqiyya doctrine, it then becomes more difficult to tell which factors are present because one may simply feign the absence of any of these three factors.

  2. ‘Knowledge’ and muslims? Don’t exactly go hand in hand; surely anyone with a modicum of knowledge would not be a muslim.

    • Well, it’s knowledge of what lies the serial killer pedophile Mahomet told people, not knowledge of what’s true in reality. So it would have been better elaborated as “knowledge of lies”, “belief in lies”, and “obedience to the entire false ideology”.

  3. An interresting analysis ,but he misses the main factors which have led to the current situation, ethnicity and mass immigration to the west.Group identity will always be reinforced when you are surrounded by your peers .So it is more a case of how extreme someones beliefs will be in an Islamic diaspora rather than whether they reject Islamic teachings.

    • We love kebabs made with Italian pork sausage, green peppers, onions, mushrooms (optional unless on sale) & thick bacon folded over par-boiled small potatoes.

      Da B doesn’t have time to think about food prep; left to his own he eats cheese to stave off hunger. When I cook, he’s very good about dishes, though. His mamma trained him well & I am the lucky beneficiary.

      Sometimes we have to eat on trays, on the bed. That’s because by the time I’ve finished cooking I have to lie down & BB hates to eat by himself – though eating off trays is not his idea of a day at the beach. I sure do wish our culture had retained the Roman habit of eating whilst reclining on couches.. Da B has on occasion expressed the desire for nubile servant girls with large peacock fans to accompany supper. Fat chance.

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