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5 Things the National Guard Jihadist Wants You to Know About Islam

Check out the highlights of “Just a Muslim Man Looking for answers in a Lost world,” the blog of Ased Abdur-Raheem.

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Robert Spencer

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March 30, 2014 - 8:00 am
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“War is deceit,” said Muhammad, and Ased Abdur-Raheem, the would-be jihad terrorist about whom I wrote last week, took his words to heart. Formerly (and currently in the mainstream media, ever anxious to protect the image of Islam) known as Nicholas Teausant, Abdur-Raheem, 20, was a member of the Army National Guard who called for respect for the military uniform just three days before he was arrested. This was almost a year after he wrote on Instagram:

don’t get me wrong I despise america and want its down fall but yeah haha. Lol I been a part of the army for two years now and I would love to join Allah’s army but I don’t even know how to start.

But he wasn’t always so deceitful. Last January, Abdur-Raheem kept a blog for twenty days, consisting of all of six posts, entitled “Just a Muslim Man Looking for answers in a Lost world.” It is refreshingly honest and direct, containing a wealth of information that the earnest young convert wanted you to know about Islam. Some of the highlights:

5. “Allah sent His Messenger with guidance and the true religion so that it might prevail over all other religions…”

This is from a Muslim denunciation of Valentine’s Day that has widely circulated on the Internet for several years, and was the last entry Abdur-Raheem posted on his blog. It is a reflection of Qur’anic teaching: “It is Allah who sent his messenger with guidance and a true religion that will prevail over all other religions, even though the pagans may dislike it” (9:33).

The Islam that young Nicholas Teausant embraced was frankly and openly supremacist, with no interest whatsoever in the “peaceful coexistence” and “pluralism” of the multiculturalist West. That Western intelligentsia, however, has taken little notice of the existence of this Islam, generally condemning such concerns as “Islamophobia,” and basing numerous domestic and foreign policies on the proposition that all Muslims in Western countries are secular-minded, benign pluralists. Meanwhile, this Valentine’s Day condemnation keeps circulating among English-speaking Muslims, year after year. Those Muslims can read the Qur’an, too.

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inforcement of ddn above: Jihadists and atheists are natural allies. They both want to make one viewpoint the only legal one both use inherently unethical means to acheive their goals. Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus etc are to be forcibly repressed in lawful pursuites while Muslima and atheists are given license to indulge their every whim.
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How the LGBT community and feminists can defend Muslims of any stripe is beyond me...
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His point 5 is most important to us. It justifies any attack as "jihad" and "defensive." Thus when they say there are against terrorism and against aggression, they are giving those words very different meaning. But, as you stated in the beginning, war is deception.
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Time for a " House call"
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Dude there hasn't even been to boot camp yet, which means he isn't even a soldier. He's just a trainee idiot who will now be discharged as unfit.
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inforcement of ddn above: Jihadists and atheists are natural allies. They both want to make one viewpoint the only legal one both use inherently unethical means to acheive their goals. Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus etc are to be forcibly repressed in lawful pursuites while Muslima and atheists are given license to indulge their every whim.
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Don't talk such utter crap.
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How the LGBT community and feminists can defend Muslims of any stripe is beyond me...
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Wow, one look at stick boy there, and I am filled with terror. I'm sure his Jihadist bretheren would love to have him over in Syria and start fitting him for a lower colon bomb.
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I read this and it depresses me. Old ground or, should I say, more ground that we're losing. It isn't as if we don't know this. Hell, it isn't as if the media don't know this. 9/11 was just the first phase. It's tempting to have my children start learning arabic, just so they'll be able to function at a slightly higher level than their current peer group when the time comes. And it seems to be coming. Who really cares? Not this country.
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This crass and archly very smug youngster is grasping at a straw if he's using Bart Ehrman's book, "Misquoting Jesus" as any vague reason for taking any "oath" to Muslim lines of thought.

And, as an interested Christian, I'll bet that Dr Ehrman would be very unhappy to have his book mentioned in such a context.

I've read that most interesting book with a lot of attention because it relates in a very straightforward way and using citations, how sometimes careless, sometimes not, mis-translations and scribal errors, the variable 'political correctness' of an era, or several eras each feeding upon the previous mistranslation, on and on and on, have together created disputed theological questions.

Rather than casting doubt upon Jesus and his sayings, it cast light and a clarity enabled by Dr Ehrman's linguistic and his own theological seminary training and scholastic background.
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So, do you think he has one of those COEXIST bumper stickers on his car?
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I really feel sorry for Muslims. They're all hostages. If they start thinking, somebody somewhere wants to kill them.

They might as well base their world view on Thor. He's just as real as Allah.
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His point 5 is most important to us. It justifies any attack as "jihad" and "defensive." Thus when they say there are against terrorism and against aggression, they are giving those words very different meaning. But, as you stated in the beginning, war is deception.
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