A lot has been recently said about who represents “real Islam” and who doesn’t.
According to the results of the police investigation there are no doubts that the last terrorist act in St. Petersburg was organized by Islamic terrorists.
However, the term "Islamic terrorism" causes an acute allergy, especially among Muslims. Critics argue that Islam is a religion of peace and love, that terrorism cannot be associated with a particular religion or nationality, because terrorists are nothing more than criminals. Of course, we can look at this problem from this angle. Many Muslims, liberals and leftists usually do so. Some of them sincerely, and some of them not.
The destabilization of the Islamic world is the grand strategy of the US in order to eliminate any alternative poles to its hegemony.
If we go back to the1990's, the CIA and the US Special Forces created the war in Yugoslavia to break the country up. At the same time, they were breaking up the Soviet Union into different republics and the Russian Federation
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You are not alone in asking that question: How is it possible that we can be so antagonistic towards conservative traditional Christianity and yet so accepting Islam?
I think we have to understand that there has been a revolution in the US and the West in general. An ideological revolution for neoliberalism.
Neoliberalism is dedicated to scientific rationalism, that's neoliberal conception of life: science, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, that’s it. Everything else is the matter of your own personal opinion. When that began to make its way into our culture and policy, in the 1960-s in particular, it gave rights to something called "emancipatory politics". The emancipation has to be freedom or liberation.
The Confederation between Muslims and the People of the Book that was created and fostered by the Prophet Muhammad was sabotaged and destroyed by small segments of evil-doers, groups that are powerful materially but filthy and frothy like the foam of the sea.
Arab and Islamic history have witnessed the emergence of many Arab Islamic intellectuals who have had a clear impact on the Islamic movement. Some of them have died, such as Sayed Kotb, while others are still alive.