Washington Times wrote Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the former Dutch Parliamentarian and secular Muslim reformer,
You can learn a lot about the dangers posed by Islamic Jihadists by paying attention to what Ayaan Hirsi Ali, as well as Wafa Sultan write.has courageously identified the taboo discussion which must take place to understand, and defuse, the scourge of modern jihad terrorism: "In their thinking about radical Muslim terrorism most politicians, journalists, intellectuals, and other commentators have avoided the core issue of the debate, which is Muhammad's example." This taboo is all the more puzzling, and dangerously delusional, given the public pronouncements of Muslim Brotherhood "spiritual" leader, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, one of the most influential contemporary Muslim thinkers. The immensely popular Qaradawi reaches an audience of tens of millions of Muslim sympathizers across the globe with his regular appearances on Al-Jazeera television. During a June 19, 2001 broadcast, Qaradawi delivered a sermon entitled, "The Prophet Muhammad as a Jihad Model," proclaiming: " .... Allah has .... made the prophet Muhammad into an epitome for religious warriors [Mujahideen] since he ordered Muhammed to fight for religion . ... "
But did Allah really tell him that, or was it Satan, pretending to be Allah?Consistent with the hadith (words and deeds of Muhammad recorded by pious followers), and earliest Muslim biographies of Muhammad, Qaradawi further acknowledged that Muhammad launched aggressive jihad campaigns, and also maintained that there is in fact a "jihad which you seek," i.e., invading other countries in order to spread the word of Islam and to remove, by force of arms, "obstacles" standing in the way of this coercive Islamization.
Here he admits what I have said many times, the Islamic Fascists wish to spread their religion through the use of force.More ominously, Qaradawi has made specific unabashed appeals for Muslims to wage a "jihad re-conquest" of Europe,
They are doing a lot of that right not through immigration, but not assimilating and adopting the ways of the nation they are now living in.recalling the millennial legacy of jihad wars waged by Arab, Berber, and Ottoman Muslim conquerors and colonizers. Disregarding murderous threats, and the prospect of social ostracism, the intrepid author Robert Spencer -- a serious independent scholar of Islam for the past two decades -- has taken up Hirsi Ali's challenge in his compelling new book, "The Truth About Muhammad."
I have this book, and will begin reading it as soon as I finsih Spencer's other book, The Myth of Islamic Tolerance. I know I learned a lot from a third Spencer book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)