Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Salman Rushdie Declares 'Tide Is Turning Against Islamic Fanaticism'


I do not think that Islam can survive modern literacy.  In fact i would happily speed that whole process by insisting all Muslims actually read a translated copy of the Koran with the sentences clearly not acceptable to Jesus red lined.  We could even do more than that but that is a raw beginning and enough to open most minds.

Most would soon be turned to wrath once they have done this. I know I was.  I felt the same was about the Koran's sister document Mein Kampf of Adolph Hitler and the writings of the Marquis de Sade.  No other texts have so moved me.

Yes, the Arab street is becoming liberated and Reading and the Koran actually opens the door to Jesus and Christianity.

At the same time all can hear the drum beat of  the Christian Crusaders in the distance led by the Czar Putin and emergent Trump.  Both are living Icons who do grasp the Cross close.  Christians will soon be protected everywhere.

Christian conversion is raging everywhere even if unremarked and largely unseen.  It has been hidden by the abruptly failing NWO and that veil will soon be split asunder.

Salman Rushdie Declares 'Tide Is Turning Against Islamic Fanaticism'

read more: https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.823689

Rushdie lived in hiding for over a decade after the state of Iran issued a fatwa for his death after the publication of his novel "The Satanic Verses" in 1988

Haaretz Nov 19, 2017 6:25 PM

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/1.823689

Author Salman Rushdie sat to with CNN's Fareed Zakaria to discuss the future of Islamic terrorism as ISIS continues to lose militarily. Rushdie, who lived in hiding for over a decade after the state of Iran issued a fatwa for his death after the publication of his novel "The Satanic Verses" in 1988, has long warned against the spread of Islamic extremism. 

However, while speaking to CNN, Rushdie claimed he believes the tide is turning against Islamic fanaticism; it's still a cancer within Islam, but it's "having a bad time right now, and that's good for all of us." 

Rushdie noted that while he believed the miltiary defeat of ISIS was inevitable as that militants "made for bad soldiers," he argued that the defeat of their ideology will take far longer, although it is currently underway.

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