Islamic ideology

Islam is a “criminal” ideology says Czech lawyer, activist and politician Klára Samková

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Czech lawyer, activist and politician Klára Samková PHOTO-www.lidovky.cz

So many of the voices speaking up against the ideology of Islam are women. I suspect it is naked self interest behind their stance as it is certainly what motivates me. The thought of my grand daughters living under Sharia law turns my stomach.

Not only are women speaking up about the dangers of the ideology of Islam they are also prepared to be brutally honest in their assessments. They are not concerned about being politically correct and are not afraid to offend anyone.

Islam is not a single religion but is divided into different sects. This means that we cannot generalise and say that all Muslims are this or all Muslims think that. I am happy to acknowledge this as my visit to the Ahmadiyya mosque showed me how different sects can be.However it is also a totalitarian system of governance and while the way Sharia law is enforced may differ between Islamic countries,I oppose it vehemently in all its many forms.

Even in its mildest forms, all Muslims acknowledge as a prophet a man who is the total opposite in words and deeds from the Christian Jesus. Whether or not you are religious, few would deny that Jesus was a good man who helped people and did not hurt them. In contrast Muhammad spread his teachings by the sword,he tortured and he stole, he took sex slaves and he married a six year old.

Islam is a “criminal” ideology which deserves to be ranked with “Nazism, fascism and communism”, is “incompatible with the principles of European law” and, like its totalitarian predecessors, must inevitably be defeated.

So argues Czech lawyer, activist and politician Klára Samková in a hard hitting lecture she delivered earlier this week in the Czech Parliament to an audience including (some rather bemused) ambassadors from Muslim countries – including the Turkish ambassador who, with several others, walked out half way through.
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