Taharrush – The most recent addition to the cultural life of Europe. It means the molesting of lone women by gangs of men, apparently common in Arab countries and now appearing in several German cities, unsuccessfully covered up by the authorities and the lugenpresse ie “liar press”.
Hijra – The migration to, and eventual takeover, of foreign places following the example of Mohammed when he moved from Mecca to Medina. The current hijra has been facilitated by the European Union which falsely promised to protect Europe’s external borders in return for the Schengen agreement, and by the dishonest media preferring to show women and drowning children rather than the overwhelming majority of military age young men.
Jahiliyya – The pre-Islamic state of ignorance which Mohammed sought to deliver unbelievers from. Revived by Sayyid Qutb to cover all non-Muslims and not-Muslim-enough Muslims…deliverance is not optional, mind.
Tawheed – The central doctrine of Islam, the absolute oneness of Allah. Monotheistic gods have a tendency to go a bit “president for life” when given sole custody of the keys to the universe, but Allah takes it to extreme lengths.
Shirk – Allah gets very touchy about anyone ascribing partners to him, in fact it is the one unforgivable sin. It’s a shame; religions with multiple gods like Hinduism tend to be so much more easy going. What a pity Allah had no brothers and sisters, and no parents either I suppose. How much nicer it would be for everyone if he had only learned to share.
Jahannam – This is for you Kaffir. Enjoy an eternity of fire, boiling water and molten metal, not to mention drinking pus. You brought it on yourself…what else could Allah do?
Jannah – For the believer, rivers of flowing wine, dark eyed virgins, youths like scattered pearls, and couches from which to view the torments of unbelievers in Jahannam.
Taqqiya – Islam is the only major religion which sanctions lying. It comes in other varieties too, such as Mudarat, Kitman, Tawriya and Muruna.
Fitna – Variously used in the Koran to mean persecution, dissension, sedition, civil strife or tribulation suffered by Muslims. In 2008 Geert Wilders made a short film called Fitna detailing the tribulation Islam brings to others, particularly in the Netherlands. Naturally he lives under 24 hour protection and is for a second time under threat of prosecution by the Dutch government.
Sharia – You are subject to it…when you consume halal food unknowing and unasked, and when you refrain from talking about Allah the way you might about God for fear of violence or the de facto blasphemy law posing as hate speech legislation.
Dhimmitude – The status of second class citizen reserved for non-Muslims under Sharia, literally “protected”. Protected from what? From attack by Muslims of course, as with any other protection racket. Used colloquially in the West to refer to non-Muslims who habitually take the side of Muslims under all circumstances, for instance the Daily Dhimmi otherwise known as the Guardian. Related to useful idiocy.
Jizya – The discriminatory tax extorted from non-Muslims under the terms of the above mentioned protection racket. Wikipedia laughably says “it should be collected with gentleness and kindness” as opposed to Allah who says “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day…until they pay the jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.” (Koran 9:29).
It died out in the 19th century under pressure from Western colonial powers but is creeping back, directly where groups like ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood are in a position to enforce it, and indirectly in Europe as in the recent proposal by the German Finance Minister for a special Europe wide levy to pay for Muslim immigration.
Zakat – Often referred to as charity but in reality a religious tax paid by Muslims. In Sharia there are eight categories of permissible recipients of zakat, one of which is those fighting jihad. Non-Muslims, on the other hand, are never permissible recipients.
Al Wala Wal Bara – The doctrine of “loving what Allah loves (ie Muslims) and hating what Allah hates (ie the Kaffir)”. It is backed up by verses such as “…the disbelievers are an open enemy to you” (4:101), “…take not Jews and Christians as friends; they are friends of each other. Whoso of you makes them his friends is one of them” (5:51) and “…the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah are the disbelievers” (8:55). It goes a long way to explaining why Muslim communities do not integrate with their hosts.
Takfir – The act of declaring a Muslim not a Muslim, after which he is considered not just a Kaffir like the rest of us, but a Murtad (apostate) and therefore fair game.
Ikwhan – aka the Muslim Brotherhood. Terrorist or subversive according to circumstances, but at the moment predominantly subversive. They take the termite approach to changing Western civilisation. They have described their goal as “…a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and “sabotaging” its miserable house by their [own] hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
Salaf – The first three generations of Muslims, the Righteous Predecessors, revered by those Muslims with the straggly beards. Here they are discussing gay rights: : “….The Sahaabah [companions of Mohammed] were unanimously agreed on the execution of homosexuals, but they differed as to how they were to be executed. Some of them were of the view that they should be burned with fire, which was the view of ‘Ali (may Allaah be pleased with him) and also of Abu Bakr (may Allaah be pleased with him). And some of them thought that they should be thrown down from a high place then have stones thrown at them. This was the view of Ibn ‘Abbaas [the cousin of Mohammed] (may Allaah be pleased with him)” Ahmad (2915).
Wahhabism – A fairly nasty, but arguably authentic, version of Mohammed’s original Islam. The brand exported to the West via all those Saudi funded mosques, now returning in the guise of ISIS to threaten its promoters. They differ on whether monarchs are allowed to intercede between Allah and his slaves, you see.
Hilali-Khan – The “Wahhabi Koran”, the translation that makes it clear whether jihad was “only contextual” or is still current today, as in “And make ready against them all you can of power, including steeds of war (tanks, planes, missiles, artillery, etc) to threaten the enemy of Allah…” (8:60).
Jihad – Nothing to do with spiritual struggle.