Apr
03
2008
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Apr
01
2008
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Islam: What the west needs to know!

Its about Islam and what Islam is about, taking over the world. Its very good and from my own experience of living in an Islamic country I dont think this is strange but rather true. I dont know but i believe it. Watch it and get your own opinion.

Heres a link to the movie on google video. WATCH IT

About the movie from the homepage:

ISLAM: What the West Needs to Know

An examination of Islam, violence, and
the fate of the non-Muslim world.
98 mins

Main Idea
Virtually every major Western leader has over the past several years expressed the view that Islam is a peaceful religion and that those who commit violence in its name are fanatics who misinterpret its tenets. This claim, while widely circulated, rarely attracts serious public examination. Relying primarily on Islam’s own sources, this documentary demonstrates that Islam is a violent, expansionary ideology that seeks the destruction or subjugation of other faiths, cultures, and systems of government.

Content
The documentary consists of original interviews, citations from Islamic texts, Islamic artwork, computer-animated maps, footage of Western leaders, and Islamic television broadcasts. Its tone is sober, methodical, and compelling.

Outline of the Documentary

Introduction
We hear from prominent Western leaders that Islam is peaceful and that those who commit violence in its name are heterodox fanatics.

Part 1: ‘There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet’
Our interviewees affirm their belief that Islamic violence is entirely orthodox behavior for Muslims and stems directly from the teachings and example of the Prophet Muhammad and the commands of the Koran. We learn that the example of Muhammad is one of a violent warlord who killed numerous people. The Koran – the verbatim words of Allah – prescribes violence against non-Muslims and Muhammad is the perfect example of the Koran in action.

Part 2: The Struggle
We learn that jihad, while literally meaning ‘struggle’, in fact denotes war fought against non-Muslims in order to bring the rule of Islamic law to the world. Violent death in jihad is, according to the Koran, the only assurance of salvation. One of our interviewees tells of his personal involvement in terrorism and his leaving Islam.

Part 3: Expansion
Following the death of Muhammad, his ‘rightly-guided’ successors carried his wars to three continents, fighting, enslaving, and massacring countless Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, Hindus, and others. Islam did not spread through evangelism or through its natural appeal, but through aggressive wars of conquest. The Crusades were largely a belated response on the part of Christian Europe to rescue Christians in the Holy Land suffering under Muslim oppression. The Muslim world today, while no longer the unified empire of the Caliphs, is exceptional for being responsible for the vast majority of conflicts around the world and for almost all of international terrorism.

Part 4: ‘War is Deceit’
A great problem with Western efforts to understand Islam is due to the Islamic principle of ‘religious deception’, which enjoins Muslims to deceive non-Muslims in order to advance the cause of Islam. Muslim groups today in the West employ deception and omission to give the impression that ‘Islam is a religion of peace’, an utter fiction.

Part 5: More than a Religion
The most important characteristic of Islam not understood by the West is that it is more a system of government than a personal religion. Throughout its history, Islam has never recognized a distinction between the religious and the secular/political. Islamic law governs every aspect of religious, political, and personal action, which amounts to a form of totalitarianism that is divinely enjoined to dominate the world, analogous in many ways to Communism.

Part 6: The House of War
Islamic theology divides the world into two spheres locked in perpetual combat, dar al-Islam (House of Islam – where Islamic law predominates), and dar al-harb (House of War – the rest of the world). It is incumbent on dar al-Islam to fight and conquer dar al-harb and permanently assimilate it. Muslims in Western nations are called to subvert the secular regimes in which they now live in accordance with Allah’s command. Due to political correctness and general government and media irresponsibility, the danger posed by observant Muslims in the West remains largely unappreciated.


Heres a link again so that you wont have to scroll up! WATCH IT!

And homepage again!

Mar
17
2008
0

Army of two!

This saturday i went to Mr.G to play some xbox and drink some beers. He bought Army of Two earlier that day for us to play. When i arrived at the door he greeted me with a beer! Great start of the evening! We put our asses down on the couch and boot up the game. You can feel the magic in the air, as you always do with a new game, when the introduction starts! Its manly, its macho, its the Army of Two!

Mr.G chooses the fellow with the short hair, he looks meaner than the other guy, and im the frat boy. And of we are. Its a pretty cool game. You have to play together. One is shooting alot in the general direction of the enemys so that he gets all the aggro of the enemies while the other one circles around to shoot the badies from behind. This works pretty good except you dont really need to. We did it a few times, more because we felt we were supposed to do so than that we needed to.

After like five hours playing i had to go end the evening and go home. We had almost made it throught the whole campaign! Turns out we were one level short! And my thoughts of if afterwards is that its a beutiful game but thats it! Granted I havnt tried versus multiplayer, which people says is really fun! Its so thinn. You know how many diffrent kinds of enemys there is?

There is one “normal” enemy. He has a few variations, diffrent weapons. One with shotgun, one with rpg, one with machine gun and one with sniper. And then there is the Heavy dude. He has a mashine gun, walks SLOWLY straight at the one with the aggro. And you cant hurt him shooting at him from the front. We threw handgranades on him but he didnt notice them. We even tried shooting him with the mega sniper rifle when he was maybe 10 meters away. He fell! But brushed it of and started walking again. So the one of you who hasnt got the aggro need to circle him so you can shoot him from the back. There is a boss on each level (I think?)which i dint notice very much. It seems the boss always has a heavy dude around and the boss cant take any pain. So the boss died before we even noticed he was there, other than the cutscene that started when he arrived, and all the concentration went on to circle the heavy dude. And thats it! Thats all the enemies you are goint to meet in this game! Oh sorry not to forget, there is a mountable turret which basicly is a heavy dude that cant move. All you have to do is draw the fire to you then your mate circles and shoot the guy that is mounted to the turret. Oh i almost forgot, there is a kamikaze bomber to. He runs at you screeming, with his hands high up in the air. If you ever played Serious Sam you know what i mean.

One cool thing thou is the back to back mode. You go slow-motion and your guys is back to back shooting tonz of enemys coming at you. And they get killed wherever you hit them. But it looks cool! Its like in a action movie. If you shoot one in the foot he is goin got die, his leg is goin to fly backward and he will spinn around in a very cool fashion before i falls to the ground. So that is fun.

My conclusion is Dont buy it for the singleplayer campaign. There is no content to it. I havnt play versus mode in multiplayer or on xbox live. It might be awesome for all i know.

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