Stephen Coughlin, Part 2: Understanding the War on Terror Through Islamic Law

This one video from the series stands out because it explains really, really well why we need to study and understand Sharia.

People do not act based on facts and reality – they act based on their understanding of what constitues facts and reality.

In this video, Stephen Caughlin uses documents certified as the most authoritative understanding of what Sharia is and how it is to be implemented.

Certified by whom?

By the highest Islamic authorities (scholars) in existence today.

Whether they reflect the true teachings of Islam or not, Muslims worldwide – including in the US, Canada and other Western countries – believe that this is what constitutes Sharia; they teach it through their Mosques and to children in Islamic schools and they work actively to bring it into reality.

Sharia is not religion – it is a political doctorine.

That is why we must educate ourselves about it.

Because not doing so imperils both non-Muslims and all non-Sharia adherent Muslims!


One Response to “Stephen Coughlin, Part 2: Understanding the War on Terror Through Islamic Law”

  1. CodeSlinger Says:


    Here is some excellent supplementary reading material: A Short Course on Shariah and the Muslim Brotherhood, excerpted from Shariah: The Threat to America, also known as the “Team B II Report,” put out by the Center for Security Policy in September 2010.

    Also very interesting reading by the same people is About Shariah-Complaint Finance, which details the relationship between jihad and finance. It’s rather eye-opening to find that the centre-piece is AIG, which precipitated the 2008 financial collapse. It lends a whole new meaning to Yousuf al-Qaradawi’s idea of waging jihad with money.

    Xanthippa says:
    Thank you, CodeSlinger!!!

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