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No sooner does a Yemeni Muslim begin hammering on the cockpit door shouting "Allahu Akbar", then the media speculates that he must have gotten confused looking for the bathroom. And on September 11, four groups of Muslim men with boxcutters got confused looking for the nearest post office.

The lead is invariably buried. Paragraphs fly by until it's mentioned that the confused fellow may have been a Muslim. If it's mentioned at all. And his cry of Allahu Akbar is translated as God is Great to render it more acceptable to readers. But like so many Islamic translations, it's right enough to be wrong. Allahu Akbar doesn't mean Allah is Great, in a "Isn't 'Allah and the Virgins of Paradise' a great band". It's more like Allah is Greatest or Superior. And if you're on the right side of the cockpit door, the one doing the shouting 'Allahu Akbar' means that Allah is superior to your country and to you. And one of his followers is about to do his best to show you why.

News stories, which like fruit punch, carry 70 percent propaganda to 30 percent juice, are always eager to explain to their readers, that "Allahu Akbar" is just one of those things that Muslims shout at random occasions. Feel happy, shout, "Allahu Akbar", feel sad, shout, "Allahu Akbar" till you feel better, feel a touch of homicidal rage against the infidels coming on, shout "Allahu Akbar" and open fire. If you believe them, then "Allahu Akbar" is the Swiss Army Knife of Arabic ejaculations. Whether you're at a soccer game or a beheading, it's the verbal black dress that fits any occasion.

The message of Allahu Akbar is the message of the Koran 61:9. "He it is who has sent his Messenger with guidance and the religion of truth to make it victorious over all religions even though the infidels may resist." His messenger is Mohammed, the religion is Islam and the infidels who resist get beheaded or have planes rammed into their buildings.

Allahu Akbar represents the tribal pride of the Muslim, who in submitting to Allah, becomes greater than all the infidels who haven't gotten around to falling on their knees and paying tribute to the ghost of a long dead pedophile. By asserting the exceptionalism of Allah and of Mohammed as his prophet, they assert the exceptionalism of all Muslims. The Slaves of Allah become the masters of the entire world. Not as individuals, but collectively.

George Orwell described a very similar phenomenon in 1984;

You know the Party slogan: "Freedom is Slavery". Has it ever occurred to you that it is reversible? Slavery is freedom. Alone -- free -- the human being is always defeated. It must be so, because every human being is doomed to die, which is the greatest of all failures. But if he can make complete, utter submission, if he can escape from his identity, if he can merge himself in the Party so that he is the Party, then he is all-powerful and immortal. 

Islam is that utter submission. A frustrated act of individual suicide that in the case of a suicide bomber involves actual death. But by dying, he proves himself immortal in the collective. When Muslims boast that they don't fear death, and even demonstrate it by committing suicide, what they are really doing is embracing a collective existence, by rejecting individualism they shout their omnipotence. The individual killing himself to become immortal is one of the perverse paradoxes of tyranny. And it lies at the heart of Islam.

The Takbir emphasizes Allah's superiority, not to praise the superiority of their creator, but to assure themselves of their own superiority. In a slave culture, willing slavery becomes a badge of honor. The willing slave is superior to the unwilling slave. In a slave culture there are no free people. Only ones higher up on the ladder. The house slave and the field hand. The eunuch bureaucrat and the stable boy, the Janissary and the street sweeper, the harem dweller and the woman lying moaning in a field after the armies of the Jihad have passed.

Muslim freedom is relative, not absolute. It is relative to the more comprehensive slavery of the non-Muslims under their dominion. And so for them in their own lands, slavery is indeed freedom. An illusory freedom that comes from the difference between their status and that of the non-Muslim.  

That's why the American model translates poorly to the Muslim world. Democracy to Muslims means the rule of majority. And they like that fine, so long as they are in the majority. And if they aren't, they use the sword, the gun and the suicide bomb until they are. But notions of freedom or equality don't translate. Muslims will tolerate Jewish or Christian populations at an inferior level-- so long as they know their place. And their place is at the back of the bus. They are the slaves of the slaves of Allah.

Allahu Akbar is an assertion of individual superiority through collective superiority. "I am better than you because Muslims are better than you, and Muslims are better than you, because Allah is better than you." It's a longwinded way of getting to the point in English, but it's concisely implicit in the Arabic.

The Libyan national anthem, 'Allahu Akbar', begins with a cry of "Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest" and neatly segues into "Allah is the Greatest Above the Conspiracies of the Enemies" and off to the usual killing and dying business. Allah's superiority renders all others inferior. That's the message of Allahu Akbar. And it's shouted much more often as a battle cry, than by people looking for the bathroom in the cockpit part of the plane.

For the same reason it flies on the national flags of Iran, Iraq and the new Afghanistan (the Saudi Wahhabis go the extra mile by writing out the whole Shahada, but that is an elaboration which means much the same thing.

Conveniently this makes the national flags into sacred symbols, as hapless soccer ball manufacturers and one German brothel found out when they tried to promote international brotherhood and sales with the friendly use of Muslim flags. The brothel had meant to promote peace and love by including Saudi and Iranian flags among all the others in the World Cup, and the hooded Muslims who came bearing knives and sticks showed their own version of peace and love. For a religion that rewards mass murderers by fornicating with virgin demons in paradise, it was not so much a show of prurience as exclusivity. Only Islam holds the key to the eternal demon brothel of paradise. And to wave the Shahada or the Takbir above a mortal German brothel cheapens the value of a divine commodity, and blasphemously cuts into Allah's monopoly.

The tactic of Islamic propagandists and their Western enablers has been to mainstream and normalize. In their translations, "Allahu Akbar" becomes "God is Great". Not Allah, but God. And not Greater, but Great. The differences are significant. Every news story takes great care to explain that AA, (Allahu Akbar not Alcoholics Anonymous), is a common Arabic phrase shouted at various occasions. Which is true. Muslims don't just shout Allahu Akbar when they're killing people. The problem is that they do shout Allahu Akbar when they are killing people. And that shout reveals motive. 

No one shouts Allahu Akbar when trying to get into a bathroom, but they do shout it when they think have a shot of getting into a cockpit. An invocation of omnipotence and a battle cry. "Know your place infidels, Allah is on our side."

The normalizers insist that Islam is no different than Judaism or Christianity, but what they can't explain is the global body count, except by twisting the signposts around until it's all the Hindus, Jews, Christians, Animists and Zoroastrians who are to blame for being murdered. And the body count like the "Allahu Akbar" pilots shows up as an anomaly on the normalizers' radar. A blip that says something is wrong. The normalizers and their diligent pupils pay no attention to it, but everyone else does.

The normalizers say that all religions kill, but which religion hasn't stopped killing. They say that all have made war in the name of religion-- but who starts war in the name of religion today? They say that members of all religions have raped-- but which religion's founder openly kept sex slaves? They say that all religions have their bad seeds, but Islam began with a bad seed who used his religious authority to rob, rape and kill. To perpetrate ethnic cleansing and genocide. And over a thousand years later, that same religious authority is being used to rob, rape and kill in Africa and the Middle East. That authority is best summed up with a single cry, "Allahu Akbar."

The Janjaweed militias who carried out much of the Sudanese genocide rode shouting joyfully, "Hail the name of Allah". That much is recorded in the docket of the International Criminal Court. The hundreds of thousands murdered, countless more raped and mutilated, in the name of Allah. Indonesia's 1950's and 60's massacres which claimed over a million lives began with shouts of "Allahu Akbar" and moved on to parading their heads around, disemboweling their bodies, burying them alive  and even cannibalism. Obama's beloved stepdaddy, Colonel Lolo Soetoro, likely played a role in directing these atrocities. And these are only two drops in an ocean of blood still flowing to Mecca. A red tide that threatens to sweep humanity away.

If Islam is no different than every other religion, and their deity is no different than every other deity, why are so many members of those religions and worshipers of those deities being murdered by the followers of a single religion. Not once or twice, but constantly. Year after year. A bloody faucet whose left handle reads 'Allah" and whose right handle reads "Akbar" that never turns off. That bloody faucet is the best evidence that Islam is different and that its deity is different. Why else can't the faucet be turned off?


  1. There are some who cannot come to terms with Islam as a religion. They say it is something else, a political system, a "complete system" as if religions are not complete systems. It is a religion and a bad one too. This is easy to see and it should give all religions cause to pause and reflect on their own beliefs and the beliefs of other religions.

    Allahu Akbar. No, it is not the same thing as saying "Mazel tov".

  2. Allahu Akbar? One size fits all moods, occasions, and exigencies, as Daniel writes. It could be the punch line of a Saturday Night Live skit, in the spirit of the old John Belushi samurai sword skits, if SNL was daring enough to use it (and if the network’s executives weren’t sensitized dhimmis who’d react in horror at the suggestion). An excellent essay on the Muslim mindset, one inculcated from the moment a child is introduced to normative concepts. The “self” is under attack immediately and the assault continues until there is no self left, or until the vestigial self revolts and repudiates Islam, leaves the Borg-like hive, as Ayaan Hirshi Ali, Sultan Wafa and others did, and rebuilds one’s own identify as an individual. But the sight of a mass bowing by hundreds of manqués to Mecca is one of the most repulsive and frightening images one could ever see. I have always called Muslims manqués because they are only half human; they have bodies but have surrendered their minds to the Hive.

    Loved the cartoon. It underscores Daniel’s points.

    He also notes that “News stories, which like fruit punch, carry 70 percent propaganda to 30 percent juice, are always eager to explain to their readers, that ‘Allahu Akbar’ is just one of those things that Muslims shout at random occasions.” And it’s that 70% propaganda that causes one to read between the lines of any mainstream news story, or hear otherwise inaudible sound bytes when listening to a repressing, evasive news anchor report the so-called “news.” In the context of Orwell’s “1984,” the MSM serve as the Outer Party of compliant grunts who perform the work of political correctness and misinformation, recasting or omitting facts or simply fabricating them out of thin air.

  3. "The normalizers insist that Islam is no different than Judaism or Christianity, but what they can't explain is the global body count, except by twisting the signposts around until it's all the Hindus, Jews, Christians, Animists and Zoroastrians who are to blame for being murdered."

    So true! Muslims and Islam are always the "victims", and the extent to which the normalizers will go to help them maintain the delusion makes me sick.

    @Edward Cline, your description of Islam as a "Borg like hive" couldn't be more perfect. Also, there is an image of a mass meccan bowing you refer to at Atlas Shrugs, complete with a "hanging Jew effigy". It was taken in Tahir Square. It speaks volumes to what Daniel is saying and needs to be sent to Farah Pandith, head of Hillary Clinton's Muslim Outreach Program.

  4. Allahu Akbar, Heil Hitler all the same, rallying cry of absolute evil.

  5. Anonymous15/5/11

    The ruling elite of the United States are clearly traitors.

  6. For every Allahu Akbar I want to yell Shema Yisroel! I want to hold up Deuteronomy 6:4 signs at rallies. Heck, maybe I should start pro Israel rallies myself.


    I find it sort of ironic that people avoid relatively harmless and well-dressed J Witnesses at their doors but embrace dangerous Muslims with open arms.

    My mother was the type peak through the drapes when the j Witnesses came knocking, my dad would give them money for their books to get them off the porch without being insulting...my brother was another matter.

    "Get out of my driveway or I'm calling the police."

  7. Innoxcent Christian standing around minding my own business when someone drags me into a muzzie story and insults my ass21/5/11

    "It is a religion and a bad one too. This is easy to see and it should give all religions cause to pause and reflect on their own beliefs and the beliefs of other religions."

    Can you just leave me out of it?

  8. Anonymous3/5/15

    You forgot to rhetorically ask which religion teaches the violence to non-believers. Members have done such violence attuned, but objective, truly free thinkers would see where it's taught to do so and wouldn't find it.


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