April 20, 2015

What the religious undertones in the latest ISIS Christian massacre video mean

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

The latest ISIS video, released on the weekend is about scaring those that oppose them but also much more than that. Brian Lilley explains the religious undertones of the video and what they mean.

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commented 2015-04-27 03:17:37 -0400
Anthony Maw, you are an idiot.
Brian Lilley, you look terrible, and should not allow your work to hurt you so much.
Politicians, people of the western world, wake up to the (temporary) evil of Islamic dictators, in their variety and within the countries they exist.
Like all dictatorial regimes, as unusual as this case is, we must unite, stand up, and stamp Islamism rampant out.
commented 2015-04-25 11:07:12 -0400
I’m not so sur that a bunch of thugs in the desert can make such a well produced video complete with computer generated graphics. Looks more like the work of the American CIA if you ask me. Pretty good special effects job. No surprise the guy has a “north american” accent – all American actors working for the CIA no need to fake a middle-eastern accent.
commented 2015-04-24 19:30:51 -0400
Mohammad was a evil liar and he never ever talked to God. He never wanted to start a sudo Religion and he never intended that perhaps that more than a billion people would die in the next 1400 years after his death. God never told him any of the so called Profitless he is supposed to have made. Exactly what Profies did this so called profet make, what did he prof…. The lies he told and the things written in the Quran are all a lie and written years after his death.
commented 2015-04-24 19:24:12 -0400
It should be known that Muhammad was not a prophet he was a" warner". Both Aisha and Khadijah his wives agreed he was not a prophet. Koran says Al A’araf 7:188" I have no power over any good or harm to my self except as Allah willith. If I had knowledge of the unseen,I should have multiplied all good and no evil should have touched me, I am but a warner(natheera): and a bringer of glad tidings to those who have faith". Here he asserts that he is NOT even a prophet since he cannot predict the future as he had no knowledge of the unseen. Some considered him a prophet after he died of poison.
commented 2015-04-24 13:09:26 -0400
There are two entities that don’t want Christians to exist – muslims (we all know that) and socialists (similar to communists – socialists will negotiate before murdering – communists just aim and fire). And supporting the communists/socialists is the MSM. No religion is the communist/socialist credo. And these pigs exist in our own backyard.
commented 2015-04-23 14:15:53 -0400
Michael, if you’re going to lapse into trolling, try to do it with a little wit to make you worth my while. Thanks.
commented 2015-04-22 20:14:01 -0400
So Terry doesn’t know what correlation is and thinks that atheists talking about what they’ve observed about their fellow travellers is the same as making things up. I’ll keep that in mind next time this troll asks me a question.
commented 2015-04-22 16:52:35 -0400
Muslims want islam to rule the entire world and they obviously want to kill all who don’t believe in the Koran. The beheadings of adults and children, even babies, burning people alive, crucifixions, robbing people of their land and homes that we have seen on internet videos are only the tip of the ice burg. When this war on Christians in the middle east ends and the whole truth comes out there will be such horrors revealed as one couldn’t imagine, the same as the shock of the Jew’s holocaust and filthy ghettos and experimentation on live people etc.
For people to sit over here and think this isn’t going to happen here, think again. Obviously not overnight at least it won’t happen, but give it time. Muslims are slowly gaining ground here like in Europe destroying everything that is non muslim in sight. We definitely need boots on the ground in the middle east. Bombing is doing nothing. They’re bombing empty useless buildings. It would be the beginning to the end of yet another Islamic jihad on Christians.
The UN is useless and is biased for the Islamic/sharia law. Democratic nations wanting to end this war have to leave the UN and start up a new world wide organization that does not and will never have anything to do with islam or sharia law. An organization that outlaws islam and sharia law throughout the entire world. This is the only thing that will work unless somebody has a better idea.
commented 2015-04-22 13:31:15 -0400
Always happy to engage in a substantive discussion, Liza.
commented 2015-04-22 12:10:11 -0400
Terry R. its hard to get a decent conversation out of a liberal, and that’s why your here I get that. Do stay. But lets not waste too much time chasing Terry around the maypole.
commented 2015-04-22 08:33:39 -0400
Hi, Michael. It’s been observed that people who make unsubstantiated statements about the birth rate among atheists tend to be cannibal communist child molesters. I myself cannot confirm this; however, I cannot definitely state that this assertion has NOT been proven by detailed and peer-reviewed scientific research.
commented 2015-04-22 08:09:15 -0400
Hi Terry, my noted observation was of a correlation. Correlation doesn’t equal causation, but often means that there’s a link. If the observed behaviour has the same results in a number of nations where it has occurred, even with different host cultures, then the likelihood of a link is higher. Lack of study to determine a link doesn’t mean that there automatically is or isn’t one, only that it hasn’t been studied. I stated that a linked behaviour was observed, and it was. Regarding “don’t do that”, I would ask that you do that yourself in converting what I had noted as an observation into a “statement of fact”. Putting words into the mouths of others and then chiding them for what they didn’t say is not a polite behaviour.
commented 2015-04-22 07:35:53 -0400
Hi, Joan. There was no “challenge” to take up. There are folks who live in a demon-haunted world in which every Muslim, unable to resist the demonically corrosive influence of Satanic Islam, is a conspirator plotting the collapse of Western Civilization, from the Mayor of Calgary to the Aga Khan. I wondered whether Liza was one of those poor souls or not.
commented 2015-04-22 07:31:17 -0400
Thanks, Michael. Put simply, your statement of fact was simply your guess. Don’t do that.
commented 2015-04-21 23:23:47 -0400
Terry Rudden – sorry for the long delay, I don’t post from work. Stats about birth rates and religion aren’t as easy to find as I had thought they would be online. The source of my comment was from demographics of nations in Europe that have turned away from the church (in whatever form was dominant) and now need to import new citizens because they are not longer at replacement birth levels. The “replacements” are often Islamic or Christian from poorer nations, and continue to have the average family size “from the old country”.

There were a number of common threads of discussion on blogs: feminists tend to atheism and tend to defer having children until later in life (if at all). Atheists are more likely to use birth control and to see nothing wrong with abortion (possibly related to there being no-one to hold the individual accountable to their choices). Others noted that atheists are less likely to think that human life is getting easier (or that there’s an optimistic future) and so they are more likely to think that they shouldn’t bring children into the world. More time in academia is also linked with atheism, further decreasing the desire to have children at a younger age (and interfering with education / career advancement / having fun). I couldn’t find a definitive look, but the link at http://www.atheistscholar.org/AtheistPsychologies/AtheistDemographics.aspx shows the countries with the highest rates of atheism, and when I cross-checked native population growth it didn’t look good for the atheists.

In short, nothing definitive, but I’m still comfortable in stating that I think that atheism needs to convert because it doesn’t reproduce proper replacement numbers. My opinion only, your mileage may vary.
commented 2015-04-21 23:10:04 -0400
Ya Jean, something like.
commented 2015-04-21 19:56:23 -0400
Where is Enola Gay?
commented 2015-04-21 15:46:39 -0400
Terry Rudden, I’ll take up your challenge.

Yes, there is an international jihadi conspiracy. No doubt about it. And yes, some cops, civil servants and other members of our society are agents. Much of the Muslim Bros. are extremely sophisticated, wealthy, well-educated and well-connected professionals. They are doctors, lawyers, police, civil service and private sector CEOs. Some among them are jihadis.

Of course not all Muslims are co-conspirators in the sense they are planners. Very few of those. But most are so intimidated by the gangsters as to be complicit with the conspiracy to make a global caliphate. Also, like all the weak, they enjoy the perks of corruption.

It is a mistake to think all migration is to escape poverty, that doctors educated in Egypt are poor. There are power mongers among us who want to replace democracy with a global caliphate. To deny that is naive and risky.
commented 2015-04-21 15:35:37 -0400
Liza, I thought you weren’t speaking to me. (-:

You are right that Khan is an apostate. As are all moderate or reformer Muslims. But he will never be anything but an ethnic Muslim to most of the world (despite Islam is not a race). It is why SNN and therebel ask him to participate in debate; he is not included because he is atheist. The same is true of Hirsi Ali. It is why she must live under heavy security, 24/7.

Geert Wilders thinks reform is a bit of a pipe dream for these brave outspoken moderates. I too am unsure what to think. It seems it could go either way.
commented 2015-04-21 14:12:16 -0400
Michael Doll, you are right. l neglected to say that Jesus was originally a carpenter. The concept of dignity of labor in Christianity comes from this fact. In the middle eastern lands labor has been traditionally done by slaves. Over 112 million black persons were killed because of the Arab trade to supply slaves to the middle east. Most of the persons taken as slaves from Africa were women. Most of the men died at the eunuch stations from unclean surgical practices. The babies of slave women were killed so that the mothers could get back to work. As a result there are very few if any descendants of the many black persons taken. African Muslims played a large part in supplying the middle east with cheap slaves. To this day the same word abd in Arabic means both black man and slave. Today most people of middle eastern origins are merchants and business people and avoid manual labor.
commented 2015-04-21 12:51:21 -0400
Ah. That’s much clearer. Thanks so much.
commented 2015-04-21 12:40:19 -0400
Okay Terry I will say it one more time.
I think that possibly, global expansion of Islam is in the hearts of all Muslims. I don’t say it definitively, I only wonder about its possibility, and await a new way of feeling about it.
commented 2015-04-21 12:25:03 -0400
With respect, Liza, “Watch this video” is not really a response. I agree with this young man on many points – that racism is rampant in Arabic cultures (I’ve seen the treatment of Palestinian labourers in Jordan and the UAE), that Canadian Muslims are apathetic rather supporters of jihad, and so on. That doesn’t tell me whether or not you’re seriously suggesting that Muslims members Parliament, cops and firefighters, Mayors, MLAs and servicemen are agents of an international Islamist conspiracy. Are you?
commented 2015-04-21 12:13:11 -0400
I have answered as best and honestly as I know.
commented 2015-04-21 12:07:50 -0400
I’ve seen it, thanks. And my question…?
commented 2015-04-21 11:54:46 -0400
So you feel that Muslims now serving in Parliament, on police forces, as Mayors, in Legislative Assemblies, in our armed forces, so on, are agents of an international Islamist conspiracy?
commented 2015-04-21 11:50:22 -0400
I think that possibly, global expansion of Islam is in the hearts of all Muslims. I don’t say it definitively, I only wonder about its possibility, and await a new way of feeling about it.
commented 2015-04-21 11:42:46 -0400
And do you believe that Canada’s Muslim population are agents of this conspiracy?
commented 2015-04-21 11:38:39 -0400
Terry, I used to believe that there was no global caliphate conspiracy, I now think that there is indeed just that.