“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” — Edmund Burke, Irish philosopher, statesman (1729-1797)
In Arabic, “jihad” literally means “self-struggle”. So, say apologists for Islam. That is the soft definition, meant to soften us. Allowing ourselves to become entangled in politically correct ideas and language is meant to disarm us, to weaken our resolve to defend ourselves and our way of life.
Jihad refers to the Muslim’s internal struggle. We are meant to think the concept of “jihad’ is solely about an internal, spiritual struggle. No. This is only part of the truth, says Walid Shoebat, a former PLO terrorist in part 3 of this series. He goes on to tell us that “Mein Kampf” also means “my struggle”. He then asks us, what and who, was Hitler struggling against? Who are the jihadis struggling against?
Below are some quotes from parts of the video series entitled Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West, a 10 part series found on Youtube. I chose quotes which I thought demonstrate the connection between the concept of “jihad”, the Muslim’s struggle against the Jewish people, the West, and all non-Muslims, all moderate Muslims, and “Mein Kampf”, Hitler’s struggle against the Jewish people and all who refused to submit to his view of things.
Mein Kampf is a runaway bestseller in some Muslim controlled regions, such as the Palestinian administered territories.
— Ellie Katz
Obsession: Part I of 10
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Radical Islam has declared a war. Radical Islam is at war. With the West. – Khaled Abu Toameh, Palestinian Journalist
When I saw the second airplane hit, I knew. Jihad has come to America. — Noni Darwish, daughter of a shahid (martyr)