April 19, 2016

Islam and terror: Smashing the “small minority of Muslims” MYTH

Tiffany GabbayRebel Staff

Tonight's program will shatter the "small minority of Muslims" misconception peddled by the mainstream media, Hollywood and the Left in general.

Using hard facts and statistics, we show that the carnage the world has been experiencing at the hands of terrorists is VERY much about Islam, the religion, and that the number of radicals is not a "tiny minority," as we're told by the Ben Afflecks of the world.

Truth told, hundreds and hundreds of millions of Muslims, including many in the West, hold radical beliefs. Author Raheel Raza, a practicing Muslim, is honest and open about this on the show.

PLUS: We tackle the refugee issue with terrorism expert Andy McCarthy.


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commented 2016-06-09 20:08:27 -0400
Where have I heard all this before? Oh yes, Not all Germans were Nazis.

Unless muslims actively oppose their religion, they support it. And terror is the basic weapon of islam, as advocate by the movement’s founder.
commented 2016-06-03 18:49:04 -0400
I tend to believe that so called “moderate Muslims” if there is such a thing are actually the minority and the majority who are Islamic actually believe in Islamic extremism although only a minority actually practice it . This is the reason we rarely hear or see any Muslim condemning Islamic extremism.
commented 2016-05-31 10:48:17 -0400
A great man said " The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
commented 2016-05-28 22:15:41 -0400
Bad news losers. You’ll be working for the Muslims. You are all lazy fat and stupid
commented 2016-04-28 11:01:07 -0400
two corrections to my previous post…“without REINVENTING IT?” ….and… “reformed Christians opened their hearts”
commented 2016-04-28 10:51:33 -0400
I wish it were so simple as Reform…but reform requires a base worthy of reform and when one considers how “God spoke” to Muhammad teaching him to begin by war, and to kill his enemies how can it be possible to really RE-FORM this religion with REINVENTING IT?

There is no religion that compares with Christianity, and this is not my view, it is evident by the fact that so many flee other countries to the United Stated where Reformed Christianity opened their hearts to the world and gave liberty to all faiths to have free expression…this is the mark of true Godliness…“LOVE YOUR ENEMIES, BLESS THEM THAT CURSE YOU, AND DO GOOD TO THEM THAT DESPITEFULLY USE YOU AND PERSECUTE YOU”…if that is the voice of God, then Islam doesn’t know Him…and if that is the voice of God then the best way to reform Islam is to convert to Christ.
commented 2016-04-28 10:15:11 -0400

As far as is known, there have not been any attacks in Canada over the past week.

Down with Trudeau
commented 2016-04-28 10:07:40 -0400
Stats for the week of April 16 to April 22
Number of attacks = 42
Number killed = 431
Number of injured = 580
Number of suicide bombs = 8
Number of countries = 11 Source: thereligionofpeace.com

Down with Trudeau!
commented 2016-04-28 09:01:46 -0400
Down with Trudeau!
commented 2016-04-27 02:55:58 -0400

In 1994 fifty six Islamic nations agreed to abrogate Christianity and Judaism to “non religions” obligating all Muslims to insist on the conversion to Islam or death for all Christians and Jews. This consensus is protected by the Islamic laws of apostasy. That means that any Muslim who speaks out publicly against this within an Islamic forum is guilty of apostasy and subject to death. However, earlier Sharias sanction,allow and even advocates lying to non Muslims if it furthers the Islamic conquest. Plain and simply all Muslims are commanded to cooperate in the forced conversion or death of all Christians and Jews. We thank alert reader and fellow blogger Wayne Beale for pointing this out in a comment he left with our post concerning the Angelus as an antidote to forced calls for Muslim prayer from university bell towers. We simply see no further reason to consider Islam a religion, it is simply a philosophy, and organization dedicated to violent world conquest.
wayne bealeApril 2, 2016 at 8:34 PM
“Proof of a war against all non Muslims can be found in a new Sharia law (1994) Source: Reliance of the traveler revised edition. Pages 846 and 23. It abrogates Christianity and Judaism to non religions and obligates our deaths. It was agreed by a consensus of 56 Islamic countries and Palestine. Quote “there is no disagreement among Islamic scholars on this matter”. It is protected by apostasy laws should any muslim disagree, discuss or consider it. Rendering it secret and irreversible. Furthermore the fact that Muslims can’t consider it is a weakness as it takes consideration to lie. They cannot even quote this sharia or discuss it thus showig it’s importance and validity. A great way to reveal all Islamists for those who obey this sharia are surely the rest of mankind’s enemies
Quote “written in English for English speaking Muslims”
This needs revealing to the world

Islam as a whole 56 countries & Palestine made it obligatory to kill all non Muslims in sharia law made in 1884. Since then the Muslim world and the left have been at war with us. Source: Book of Islamic law “Reliance of the traveler revised edition” pages 846 & 34Y R they fighting among themselves? It’s Islam!ISIS want Armageddon & want to kill Muslims not Muslim enough. And Al Qaeda want conquest and victory for IslamMuslims are divided into 2 camps. Both with the same goal our utter destruction

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Reliance of the Traveller
Umdat al-Salik wa Uddat al-Nasik

Reliance of the Traveller, translated by Nuh Ha Mim Keller
Author Ahmad ibn Naqib al-Misri
Translator Nuh Ha Mim Keller
Language Arabic
Subject Shafi’i Fiqh
Publisher Amana publications.
Pages 1232
ISBN 978-0-915957-72-9
‘Umdat as-Salik wa ’Uddat an-Nasik (Reliance of the Traveller and Tools of the Worshipper, also commonly known by its shorter title Reliance of the Traveller) is a classical manual of fiqh for the Shafi’i school of Islamic jurisprudence. The author of the main text is 14th-century scholar Shihabuddin Abu al-‘Abbas Ahmad ibn an-Naqib al-Misri (AH 702-769 / AD 1302–1367). Al-Misri who based his work on the previous Shafi’i works of Imam Nawawi and Imam Abu Ishaq as-Shirazi. Ibn Naqib follows the order of Shirazi’s al-Muhadhdhab (The Rarefaction) and the conclusions of Nawawi’s Minhaj at-Talibin (The Seeker’s Road). This work consists of the soundest positions of the Shafi’i school.

Keller translation
See also
Contents Edit
A. Sacred Knowledge (pg. 1) B. The Validity of Following Qualified Scholarship (pg. 15) C. The Nature of Legal Rulings (pg. 27) D. Author’s Introduction to ‘Umdat al-Salik (pg. 47) E. Purification (pg. 49) F. The Prayer (pg. 101) G. The Funeral Prayer (pg. 220) H. Zakat (pg. 244) I. Fasting (pg. 277) J. The Pilgrimage (pg. 297) K. Trade (pg. 371) L. Inheritance (pg. 460) M. Marriage (pg. 506) N. Divorce (pg. 554) O. Justice (pg. 578) P. Enormities (pg. 649) Q. Commanding the Right and Forbidding the Wrong (pg. 713) R. Holding One’s Tongue (pg. 726) S. Delusions (pg. 777) T. A Pure Heart (pg. 796) U. The Gabriel Hadith (pg. 807) V. Belief in Allah and His Messenger (pg. 816) W. Notes and Appendices (pg. 826) X. Biographical Notes (pg. 1019) Y. Works Cited (pg. 1116) Z. Indexes (pg. 1128)

Keller translation Edit
The book was translated by the American Muslim scholar Nuh Ha Mim Keller in 1991 and became the first translation of a standard Islamic legal reference in a European language to be certified by Al-Azhar.

Nuh included three introductory sections before the main work to form a user’s guide to fiqh, as well as eight major appendices after the main work that consist of various topics, ranging from personal ethics and character to Islamic spirituality, for example traditional Islamic Sufism, and tenets of faith, and other famous classical Islamic texts such as Al-Ghazzali’s Ihya’ ʿulum al-din and Nawawi’s Riyadh as-Saaliheen. There is also a biographical section that lets the readers know who the figures mentioned throughout the book’s legal texts are.

Certain sections of the book were left untranslated (although the original Arabic text is retained), as Nuh considered them irrelevant to modern societies. These parts include a section on slavery, describing the rights and duties of slaves and their masters, as well as some smaller sections such as, for example, a discussion on fixing utensils using gold.

First finding on web

I Islam as a whole 56 countries & Palestine made it obligatory to kill all non Muslims in sharia law made in 1884. Since then the Muslim world and the left have been at war with us. Source: Book of Islamic law “Reliance of the traveler revised edition” pages 846 & 34Y

they fighting among themselves? It’s Islam!ISIS want Armageddon & want to kill Muslims not Muslim enough. And Al Qaeda want conquest and victory for IslamMuslims are divided into 2 camps. Both with the same goal our utter destruction
commented 2016-04-23 10:26:30 -0400
The Muslims are being used to divide our country, in the end the solution to the mess western leaders created with this asinine policy will impact upon all of us, Christian, Muslim or other. It is obvious that our political leaders are working in the interests of the globalists, I wonder how many pieces of silver it cost Soros for Trudeau to betray his own people? Anyone know how much Soros gave to The Trudeau campaign?

Get Trudeau out, sign and share please!
commented 2016-04-23 04:15:06 -0400
Muslims that come to Canada will become our allies. Why, you ask? When they get off the plane, and see the real menace that are the aboriginals, the Muslims will not put up with it.

One time I took a cab ride home from work driven by a Muslim immigrant. The driver starts telling me how stupid Aboriginals are, considering how many benefits they get. He then proceeded to regale me tales of giving rides to aboriginal women. Many times, these aboriginal women offered a blow job to the driver, as a means of getting a free ride. On one occasion, the cab ride costed only five dollars. No, I am not making this shit up. But considering the dynamics here, and if they are representative of what is going on in the greater society, I am not too worried.
commented 2016-04-23 00:47:37 -0400
Our armies are in their lands, but THEY are the threat to US.

OK buddy.
commented 2016-04-23 00:46:09 -0400
Well, when you define the terms any old way you want, you can arrive at any old conclusion you want.

Question: anyone here ever actually met a “radical” Muslim? I’ve met loads of Muslims, and they seem like pretty normal and decent people to me.
commented 2016-04-22 22:09:13 -0400
@keith Barnes

Exactly, Raheel Raza and Tarek Fatah are just wolves in sheeps clothing
who’s job it is to sell us the lie of a “Moderate” Islam while quietly pumping out babies, convincing
ignorant people to get the laws changed to suit them until they get their numbers up and they take over.

ALL Muslims are the enemy.
commented 2016-04-22 22:00:00 -0400

Raheel Raza and Tarek Fatah are the friendly face of the Islamic Trojan horse.
It’s their job to paint Islam in a positive light pretending that so called “Moderates”
aren’t actually a part of Islams greater plan to take over the west using babies and whining
as as weapon to defeat us.

It’s the good cop, bad cop routine.
commented 2016-04-22 18:12:38 -0400
I went to high school with several Muslims (some of them I even became friends with) and so far none of them have committed acts of terrorism. I guess it’s only a matter of time before they do according to everyone in this comments section, which really is a bummer. Any hot tips on how I can get rid of the pesky affectionate feelings I still have for these soon-to-be jihadists?
commented 2016-04-22 17:13:11 -0400
Tiffany great show except for the end, your interview with guest Raheel Raza who along with Zuhdi Jasser propagates the narrative that somehow Islam could be “reformed”, who are part of a so-called Muslim Reform Movement. In their “Declaration” the Muslim Reform Movement declares, “We seek to reclaim the progressive spirit with which Islam was born in the 7th century to fast forward it into the 21st century.” To “seek to reclaim progressive spirit with which Islam was born in the 7th century” (as exhibited by the life of Muhammad)? You’ve got to be kidding me! Dr. Stephen Kirby, the author of three books about Islam, defines “fantasy Islam” as: “A game in which an audience of non-Muslims wish with all their hearts that Islam was a ‘Religion of Peace,’ and a Muslim strives to fulfill that wish by presenting a personal version of Islam that has little foundation in Islamic Doctrine.”
Because the Qur’an is considered by Muslims to be the exact and *immutable*word of their god, Allah, dictated word-for-word by Allah himself through the angel Gabriel to the prophet Muhammad in the early 7th century AD, it is valid for all time and cannot be questioned. Therefore, it cannot be reformed or changed, without rejecting it entirely. According to Robert Spencer, the director of Jihad Watch, to base the future of our countries (U.S. and Canada), to base our children’s lives on the idea that the vast majority of Muslims don’t want to do this, don’t care about Jihad and conquest and subjugation and that somehow some large group of Muslims who are moderates are going to rise up and fight against the Jihadis and stop them, such thinking “is not only foolish”, but, “is suicide”! In fact, I would say, to think that way (to hold such wishful thinking) is dangerous because such a distraction lulls us into complacency. To “reform” Islam, the Qu’aran would need to be completely re-written. To reform Islam you have to, first, get rid of Muhammad (who declared himself the last prophet) whose pattern of life is to emulated by Muslims and, second, virtually emasculate the Qu’aran to get rid of the violent verses.
commented 2016-04-22 12:14:21 -0400
A breath of fresh air. Thanks Tiffany
commented 2016-04-22 03:42:03 -0400
Islam is not the only religion that is sexist. Or for that matter, has followers that are nasty people, but insist that the religion is one of peace.

Granted there is a greater proportion of Muslims that do terrorist things. But the way people use religion, manifests itself in its own ways, depending on the religion. Christians and Jews use religion to throw their weights around as well.
commented 2016-04-21 18:34:50 -0400
Anonymous, you can not put most any other religion on an equal footing with islam. Islam is all about global and male domination and killing anyone who does not support islam (sounds like communism). How are other religions like this except for maybe hindu and some of the other twisted middle east religions? Most atheists do not rely on or believe in God but rather their intellect which they think is far more superior than people who do believe in God. They rant on about how much they care for people agreeing to allowing these violent, raping, financially dependent refugees to enter our country knowing violence and murder will happen to many innocent people here by these refugees. This is the reality of atheism and their “concern” for people at it’s finest. Makes me cringe to hear their slithery lying fake concern.
commented 2016-04-21 03:48:56 -0400
At the end of the day, people are religious because it gives them benefits. This applies to all religious people. These people all use religion for their own self gain in some way, which leads to them interpreting religion to suit their own will. But why the positive correlation between Islam and terrorism? That one is one that I have not figured out yet.
commented 2016-04-20 22:35:39 -0400
I must remember ,you are on Tuesdays — a day late

Super delivery, smooth summation
You looked totally relaxed and professional
commented 2016-04-20 22:12:07 -0400
This human, Raheel Raza, is pretty sickening.
How can you support a death cult, and say it’s good just because it has a ’spiritual side"?

It’s like saying, “What about all the good things Hitler’s done?”; then worshiping the Nazis.

She needs to renounce her infatuation of the death cult called Islam, and do the right thing by condemning it; and encourage others to separate themselves from it.
But of course she can’t, because the penalty is death for leaving.
How does one support that and pretend to be moral?

commented 2016-04-20 19:38:04 -0400
I think Raheel is not being realistic or entirely honest. Islam is all about male domination and ruling the world, period. With ideals like these there is no room for change. The only reason she can speak freely regarding her ideas on islam is because Canada is a free country. In Pakistan she would be in jail facing execution for blasphemy. If islam was so good and moderate, why did she herself, flee Pakistan to come to Canada where she could “live in freedom”? I think islam needs to be banned from the face of the earth.
commented 2016-04-20 17:33:37 -0400
Love the summary at the end. Unwavering conviction. It’s inspiring to hear it once in a while. Even more so from a woman of your background.

commented 2016-04-20 15:39:43 -0400
Great show Tiffany. It is however unfortunate you can count Islamist reformers willing to speak out on one hand as there are 250,000,000 or so on the other side of the discussion. Please find some more truth tellers.
commented 2016-04-20 11:58:14 -0400
Jamie MacMaster commented 4 hours ago:
Every time a terrorist outrage hits the news the questions are asked: "But where are all the moderate Muslims? Why aren’t they speaking out publicly against this? "

My answer: Why, they’ve become just like all our non-Muslm moderate Canadians – they’re keeping their heads down and heir mouths shut.
Very interesting point, Jamie. You recall the times of the original Danish cartoons? There were literally thousands of protests in essentially every major city in the world because Muslims’ “feeling were hurt” – very passionate and violent protests, many were killed.

Fast forward to today….how many ‘not in my name’ or anti ISIS protests can you count on 1 hand from this ‘moderate Muslim majority’ that we keep hearing about?

Me neither.
commented 2016-04-20 11:44:10 -0400
Raheel Raza deserves the Order of Canada.

Great show, Tiffany – thank you.
commented 2016-04-20 11:35:32 -0400
@ Tiffany Gabbay

Excellent second show! I like your style of hosting … and you were a lot less nervous than the first one (which was also a very good show). I look forward to your future shows. Keep up the good work!