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The easiest and fastest way to learn about and understand political Islam.

Leif RømckeOct 20, 2020, 6:13:17 PM
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Everything that the Center for the Study of Political Islam International claims can be found in the basic Islamic texts. These are found in the Trilogy: Koran, Sira, Hadith. CSPII looks at Islam from a Kafir-centric point of view. It is important to use the terms that the Trilogy uses.

Important knowledge

CSPII.org is a website that aims to educate the world. On the website's homepage, we find: "If we want to prevent our cultures from being destroyed, we must protect them through teaching about political Islam." And further: "We want to encourage people to be active in educating others about political Islam."

Bill Warner

Bill Warner is a retired physics professor. He is the founder of CSPII, the Center for the Study of Political Islam International. His focus is on the political aspects of Islamic doctrine related to kafirs (non-Muslims). He distinguishes between Islam as a religion and what he refers to as political Islam. Warner defines political Islam as a belief that Islam should control society and politics, not just personal religious life. He also calls political Islam Islamism.

Fact-based reasoning and critical thinking

Dr. Bill Warner's method is based on primary Islamic doctrine (Koran, Sira and Hadith), which are Islamic, authentic sources. He will only use facts, not opinions. Logic, not emotion. The studies of the texts take place from a Kafir point of view (non-Muslim point of view).

The Koran is not the Bible of Muslims

In the Koran it says Muhammad said that the angel Gabriel said that Allah said. However, the Qur'an does not contain enough guidance to be a Muslim. The Koran repeatedly says that the whole world should imitate Muhammad in every way.

The trilogy

The Koran is what Mohammed said that the angel Gabriel said that Allah said. However, the Koran does not contain enough guidance for one to be a Muslim. The Koran repeatedly says that all the world should imitate Mohammed in every way.

Mohammed’s words and deeds are called the Sunna. The Sunna is found in two different texts— the Sira and the Hadith.

The first source of the Sunna is the Sira which is Mohammed’s biography. The most authoritative version is by Ibn Ishaq.

The other source of the Sunna is the Hadith, the Traditions of Mohammed. There are several versions of Hadith, but the most commonly used is by Bukhari.

CSPII: “Our experts are Allah and Muhammad. We handle facts, not opinions. Everything we say and write can be verified. " The relative sizes of the three texts are obtained by counting words.

Kafir Sharia Dhimmi Jihad

Jihad is a little more complicated than we get the impression of by reading mainstream media. But learn the basics first. The website is arranged so that one can start by reading the series of introductory articles. Each article is accompanied by a short video. Later you can dig a little deeper. Finally, one can read books that deal with the scriptures in the trilogy, their structure and origin.

The Koran is not arranged chronologically. It follows an old Semitic arrangement principle where the longest sure come first. An exception to this is the Koran's first sure, the short opening prayer. Bill Warner has made a Koran in which the text is arranged chronologically. It is more understandable to Kafirs. - No, you do not need to learn Arabic, but you need to know what Kafir, Sharia, Dhimmi and Jihad are.

Success

When you look at the languages in which the website has been translated, it seems that so far CSPII has had greater success in Eastern Europe than in the EU and Scandinavia.

Sigh

Islam is perfect and eternal according to Muhammad / Allah. But we are not only passengers in spaceship Earth, we are also the crew.

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