While Jesus Saves — Mohammed Beheads

Screen Shot 2013-07-15 at 9.45.30 AMHistory is explicit in the fact that while Jesus came to save men, the Prophet Mohammed came to behead them. To put it more bluntly: Mohammed is the vile and noxious antithesis of the “Prince of Peace.”

Lest we forget — it was Mohammed that said “fight and slay the pagans wherever ye find them” (Sura 9:5) while Jesus said “preach the Gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15).

Our nation’s sixth president — John Quincy Adams — wrote the following concerning the stark differences between Christianity and Islam: “No state paper from a Christian hand, could, without trampling the precepts of its Lord and Master, have commenced by an open proclamation of hatred to any portion of the human race. The Ottoman [Muslim] lays it down as the foundation of his discourse.”

Manifestly, Adams possessed a very powerful and potent weapon that the leaders of today simply don’t have: A pair of cojones.

For the naive, or perhaps brain-dead, among us who believe the liberal trope that Islam has been hijacked by a horde of violent subversives — it was Mohammed that introduced the methodology of beheading.

That’s right — it was Mohammed.

Following the Battle of the Trench (627 AD) – -Mohammed gave the macabre order to behead all the males of an ancient Jewish tribe (which resided in Medina) know as the Qurayza. While his henchmen were busy decapitating the innocent – -the prophet was heard shouting the all too familiar phrase “Allah Akbar.”

And what was the tribe’s crime? Simply refusing to follow the Prophet Mohammed and his convoluted teachings.

Pete Parker

About the author, Pete Parker: Pete Parker is a Navy veteran and former strength athlete who writes about the current issues of the day from a conservative perspective. Pete was also the host of “TUFFTalk” radio which dealt with national security-- and the threat Islam poses to Western Civilization. He is very passionate about preserving our great nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage. View all articles by Pete Parker

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