It takes a nation to protect the nation
The lexicon of Islamic terms on the homepage is taken from documents of the OIC or from the QSHUT or canonical texts of Islam. The forum header contains a brief definition, then a later post gives further description and scripture references, if required. The Islamic use of a term on 4F may be indicated by upper case.
Fascist Enablers use our words with different meanings, commonly because it allows them to equivocate around pejorative terms or difficult issues. Therefore, before you join any media discussion or public debate, you must get agreement on which definitions are being used.
cf Islamic Human Rights Commission, a Kohmeinist organisation. The OIC (1990) has made it clear that for muslims "human rights" are subservient to sharia law, which means 3rd class status for non-muslims, and even slavery/death for those who are atheists or polytheists. The OIC's rejection of the concept of universal human rights seems to stem from the work of Sultan Tabandeh (another Iranian). See Tabendeh's "A Muslim Commentary on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights" (1967).
Means "pretending to be a rule-following muslim, but (secretly) breaking some of the rules of islam". It is not meant in a universal way to apply to anyone who does not live up to the principles he espouses. So for a muslim to pretend to care for non-muslims is not hypocrisy, it is a form of jihad (struggle to make islam supreme). There is a whole Sura dedicated to it at Qur'an .
Muslims such as that Pakistani sufi who lie blatantly about their actions seem to receive no opprobrium for muslims for their hypocrisy, despite the koran being fairly obsessed with hypocrisy. It could be that the translations I have read which talk about hypocrisy are even translating a word that does not mean hypocrisy in our sense. We often hear westerners accuse each other of hypocrisy; we almost never hear muslims use that accusation. There are around 27 references to hypocrites in the koran; only 17 in the old + new testament. There are only about 80k words in the quran; there are 800k in old + new testament. Therefore we could say that islam is 20x more concerned with hypocrisy than is christianity.
Once you have rejected the official Islamic request to join Islam (Da'wah), you forcefully become an aggressor [enemy of Allah]. Muslims are then entitled to act in 'self defence' whenever they kill & maim fighting/striving in Allahs cause. (Qur'an 4.76)
A 4F acronym for the 5 canonical, defining, texts for at least 80% of Muslims:
Muslims who reject these sources are forming their own cult.
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation - a religious union of 56 UN states holding 1.4B people, formed as a consequence of losing the Six-Day War in 1967. Its mission is to promote Islamic interests worldwide, and presumably, win the next war. Its motto is "Allahu Akbar".
Respected or sanctioned by Islam, no matter how criminal or violent. For example: "Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah: “While we were returning from a Ghazwa (holy raid) with the Prophet ...". Also acts as a warning sign to non-Muslims, if they inadequately respect this, e.g. violence during the "holy month".
Any true statement about Islam that offends Muslims.
We're hearing a lot of it at the moment with regard to the film "The Innocence of Muslims". Apparently the portrayal of Muhammad as a paedophile because of his consummation with Aisha is slanderous.
Any statement by a non-Muslim which breaks Islamic law on slander & talebearing: Islamic (OIC summit 2005). This word is a brand managed by the OIC and monitored by their UN Observer.
GOOD / Doing Good = Ihsanan
'Good' in Islam is that which benefits the Umma or is modeled on the example of Mohammed. It is a sense which totally excludes the Golden Rule and other commonly accepted universal principles.
'Doing Good' is a phrase often re-quoted by Leftist apologists for Islam, as in "Muslims can't be terrorists because Allah commands muslims to do good. Its right here in the Qur'an, look.. "
Appearing 6 times in the Qur'an, commands to 'do good' are completely ambiguous and subjective. Our modern day perception of 'doing good' is different from those held by the authors of the Qur'an. For example: Muhammad in his farewell sermon recommended men to treat women well, but also instructed men to beat them if they exhibited indecency (fahishah) given that women were viewed as inherently deficient and unable to care for themselves Muhammad considered wife beating as either a form of kindness or as a necessary evil.
A factual lie by a Muslim is not considered to be a lie by them, if it falls into one of the many QSHUT exemptions which they are permitted in order to promote Islam in the land of the Kafir.
One of the logical values in the triplet True-False-Silence. Note differences with the secular triplet.
Some Muslims claim that Jihad is an inner spiritual struggle. But it is only used in this sense in about 1% of its occurrences. Nearly all the time, it is used to mean physical violence enacted in the furtherance of the political ideology of Islam. See also TERRORISM.