The Difference between a Dhimmi and an IslamophobeBy
Is-lam-a-phobe*: “unfounded fear of and hostility towards Islam” – excerpted from the CAIR website.
The Tennessee Freedom Coalition and many of our friends working against radical Islam do not believe these so-called “fears” are unfounded. These fears have been clearly justified through the actions of radical islamists for hundreds of years. The following text has been making its way through email forwards and posts by like-minded organizations. We felt compelled to share it with you so you could pass it along to others to help them understand the difference.
- A dhimmi relies on ad hominem, hence the term “Islamophobe”, where an Islamophobe uses critical analysis of source documents to have a rational, objective, fact-based discussion about political sharia.
- A dhimmi only reads the Meccan verses of the Quran, while an Islamophobe reads the whole Quran and understands abrogation.
- A dhimmi attends every interfaith and Family of Abraham event they can find, where an Islamophobe isn’t worried about political correctness.
- A dhimmi wants to try on the hijab, where an Islamophobe could care less whether anyone wears one but occasionally wonders how the skinny jeans fit in.
- A dhimmi is willing to forgo their ham sandwich so as not to offend any Muslim sitting anywhere in the cafeteria, where an Islamophobe invites a Muslim to the pig roast and even offers to bring them a cheese sandwich.
- A dhimmi objects to printing the Muhammad cartoons, where an Islamophobe buys extra copies of Charlie Hebdo even though he/she doesn’t speak a word of French.
- A dhimmi believes the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood is a conservative humanitarian freedom and justice party, while an Islamophobe has read, reread and highlighted the 1991 Muslim Brotherhood Explanatory Memorandum on the Strategic Goals for North America.
- A dhimmi doesn’t believe there is a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood branch, while an Islamophobe saves a screen shot of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood by-laws now scrubbed from their website which stated, “The Islamic nation must be fully prepared to fight the tyrants and the enemies of Allah as a prelude to establishing an Islamic state.”
- A dhimmi believes anything Islamists tell them about Islam and sharia, while an Islamophobe is willing to confront the painful truth about political sharia.
*A more accurate term would be “Islamorejectionist”
Tennessee Freedom Coalition