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Raising Children in the West and in The Muslim World

The International Criminal Court defines “Crimes against humanity” as any of the following acts committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack: murder; extermination; enslavement; deportation or forcible transfer of population; imprisonment; torture; rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy, enforced sterilization, or any other form of sexual violence of comparable gravity;
British Muslims have presented a Manifesto to Parliament outlining the thirty-three issues they want addressed by candidates for Parliament.
Muslims are quick to litigate whenever their perceived religious rights are impacted. Unfortunately, with each case they win, their community ultimately suffers. Here are two recent examples:
Christ did not establish an army to defend and protect Himself from his enemies, nor has he instructed his disciples to do jihad for His sake. When He stood before Pilate awaiting a verdict, He said, “My kingdom is not from this world. If it were, my servants would fight to prevent my arrest by the Jews. But now, my kingdom is from another place.”
It’s unlikely the film will appeal to Muslim women, however. They get enough of that in the real world. Their “contract” was a marriage to someone they didn’t know -- unless he happened to be a cousin -- which was sealed with an exchange of money between her male “guardian” and the groom per Sharia Law. It gets worse.
ISIS is intent on dredging up the most horrific manifestations of Islamic terror imaginable. Their latest outrage is to burn a Jordanian Muslim pilot, Lt. Moath al-Kasasbeh, alive in a cage.
The 2015 MSA West convention at UCLA (Jan. 16-18) was in stark contrast to the 2011 event, and it remains to be seen if the Muslim Student Association, an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, has truly softened its militancy or is it just “lying low” due to the world-wide outrage over Islamic fanaticism.
It is known to all that radicals and fanatics cannot stomach any jokes or cartoons about the prophet Muhammad, so why do it? There are thousands of other topics and cartoons that can be produced that would not hurt the sentiments of Muslims.
Twelve centuries ago there was a “Golden Age” in the Islamic world where people of different views could actually make their arguments about religion without fear of retribution, much less assassination.
Only a fool would open his door to a person who hates him, who wants him dead, who plans to destroy his home. Yet this is exactly what the Washington National Cathedral administration did on November 14 when they invited Muslims to perform their Friday prayers.