Islam 101 truth about


www.thereligionofpeace.com/

Council on American-Islamic Relations wants Islam to be taught in public schools


www.55krc.com/onair/brian-thomas-5053/council-on-americanislamic-relations-wants-islam-14030234

Arabic is now the fastest-growing language in the U.S.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3261972/Arabic-fastest-growing-language-U-S-1million-Americans-speaking-home.html

Both Sunni and Shiite Muslims accept the Koran and the teachings of the prophet Muhammad as the basis of their religion. Many of their traditions are the same: They fast during Ramadan and make the pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca. However, their views on how to follow the faith have some notable differences. Sunnis tend to focus more on interpreting Islamic scripture, for example, while Shiites follow the guidance of religious leaders.


www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/01/05/5-facts-about-sunnis-and-shiites-that-help-makes-sense-of-the-saudi-iran-crisis/


Islam 101

by Gregory M. Davis

author, Peace? Islam’s War Against the World
producer/director, Islam: What the West Needs to Know — An Examination of Islam, Violence, and the Fate of the Non-Muslim World

Avaliable as a PDF document here http://www.jihadwatch.org/islam101.pdf
Islam 101 is meant to help people become better educated about the fundamentals of Islam and to help the more knowledgeable better convey the facts to others. Similarly, my book and documentary are meant to serve as concise explanations of the major moving parts of Islam and their implications for Western society. Islam 101 is a condensation of the book and documentary with the aim of lending clarity to the public understanding of Islam and of exposing the inadequacy of prevailing views. All should feel free to distribute and/or reproduce it.

Table of Contents

1) The Basics

a)The Five Pillars of Islam

b) The Quran — the Book of Allah

c) The Sunnah — the “Way” of the Prophet Muhammad

1 Battle of Badr
2 Battle of Uhud
3 Battle of Medina
4 Conquest of Mecca

d) Sharia Law

2) Jihad and Dhimmitude

5 What does “jihad” mean?
6 Muslim Scholar Hasan Al-Banna on jihad
7 Dar al-Islam and dar al-harb: the House of Islam and the House of War
i) Taqiyya — Religious Deception
8 Jihad Through History
i) The First Major Wave of Jihad: the Arabs, 622-750 AD
ii) The Second Major Wave of Jihad: the Turks, 1071-1683 AD
9 The Dhimma
10 Jihad in the Modern Era

3) Conclusion

4) Frequently Asked Questions
11 What about the Crusades?
12 If Islam is violent, why are so many Muslims peaceful?
13 What about the violent passages in the Bible?
14 Could an Islamic “Reformation” pacify Islam?
15 What about the history of Western colonialism in the Islamic world?
16 How can a violent political ideology be the second-largest and fastest-growing religion on earth?
17 Is it fair to paint all Islamic schools of thought as violent?
18 What about the great achievements of Islamic civilization?

5) Glossary of Terms

6) Further Resources


www.jihadwatch.org/islam-101


About Jerry Frey

Born 1953. Vietnam Veteran. Graduated Ohio State 1980. Have 5 published books. In the Woods Before Dawn; Grandpa's Gone; Longstreet's Assault; Pioneer of Salvation; Three Quarter Cadillac
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