Thursday, March 12, 2015

Taqiyya: The Art of Lying in Islam

There are two branches of the Muslim faith - Sunni and Shiite. The two branches do not disagree in doctrine. They disagree on the original replacement for Mohammed after he died. Some Muslims state that taqiyya is only used by Shiites. However, it is also referenced in Sunni literature as seen below.
1) Ibn Abbas said: Al-Taqiyya is uttering of the tongue, while the heart is comfortable with faith.   [As narrated in Sunan al-Bayhaqi and Mustadrak al-Hakim]

2) Al Hakim stated in his book al-Mustadrak:
The nonbelievers arrested Ammar Ibn Yasir (RA) and (tortured him until) he (RA) uttered  foul words about the Prophet (PBUH&HF), and praised their gods (idols); and  when they released him (RA), he (RA) went straight to the Prophet (PBUH&HF). The Prophet (PBUH&HF) said: "Is there something on your mind?" `Ammar Ibn Yasir (RA) said: "Bad (news)! They would not release me until I defamed you (PBUH&HF) and praised their gods!" The Prophet (PBUH&HF) said: "How do you find your heart to be?" `Ammar (RA) answered: "Comfort-able with faith." So the Prophet (PBUH&HF) said: "Then if they come back for you, then do the same thing all over again." Allah (SWT) at that moment revealed the verse: "....except under compulsion, his heart remaining firm in faith...[16:106]       [Narrated by Abd al-Razak, Ibn Sa'd, Ibn Jarir, Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn Mardawayh, al-Bayhaqi in his book al- Dala-il.]
3) After the conquest of the city of Khaybar by the Muslims, the Prophet (PBUH&HF) was approached by Hajaj Ibn `Aalat and told: "O Prophet of Allah: I have in Mecca some excess wealth and some relatives, and I would like to have them back; am I excused if I bad-mouth you (to escape persecution)?" The Prophet (PBUH&HF) excused him and said: "Say whatever you have to say." [al-Sirah al-Halabiyyah, v3, p61]
4) "(Verily) we smile for some people, while our hearts curse (those same people)." [Narrated in Sahih al-Bukhari, v7, p102, that Abu al-Darda']
Mohammad said, “War is deceit.”[Bukhari:V4B52N268] Unless we start with the understanding that some Muslims intend to deceive us to further their religion, we are ill equipped and unprepared when we listen to Muslims make statements. We have to step back and examine them now and see if we are being lied to. Understanding of taqiyya should cause difficulty for any court of law to easily accept a Muslim’s statement as truthful if it could be interpreted as damaging the progress of Islam. Now imagine the concept of taqiyya applied in classrooms and throughout the political arena. Would students be able to learn the truth about Islam from Muslims? Would Muslim in the political arena seek to deceive us?

One example of the use of taqiyya in the political arena was given on February 12, 2011, in Washington DC, at the annual meeting of the American Conservative Union, also known as CPAC by Suhail Khan. Suhail Khan, was Assistant to the Secretary for Policy under U.S. Secretary Mary Peters at the U.S. Department of Transportation under President George W. Bush. Khan is now on the Board of Directors of the American Conservative Union. Khan was recorded saying at the 2011 CPAC, “There is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.”[PJTV. (2011, February 12). ACU's Suhail Khan: "There is no Muslim Brotherhood in the United States." . Retrieved March 11, 2015, from You Tube:] Yet, we have known Mr. Khan’s statement to be false for some time now. What really came of the statement was an exposé of the Muslim Brotherhood infiltrating even the conservative movement in America.

How do we know Mr. Khan was practicing taqiyya? We know that his family has been active in Muslim Brotherhood front groups for decades. But to further the evidence that Mr. Khan himself was practicing taqiyya when he spoke, I will show that he is registered as a speaker for one of the front groups of the Muslim Brotherhood!

Suhail Khan’s family is well known in the Muslim community for their “pioneering actions,” according to the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), “Dr. Khan [Suhail’s father] was one of the founders of Muslim Students Association of America in 70’s which later became the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).”[Obituary: Mahboob Khan. (1999, May). Retrieved July 13, 2013, from Islamic Voice: COMMUNity.HTM] As you will see in the next chapter, this makes Suhail’s father an active member in the Muslim Brotherhood. Suhail’s mother, Malika Khan, has served on the Executive Committee of the San Francisco Bay Area (SFBA) chapter of CAIR (the Council on American Islamic Relations). In January 2011, the SFBA Chapter of CAIR placed a warning on its website telling people not to talk to representatives of the FBI.

Further evidence comes from a June 2001 meeting the American Muslim Council held in Chicago. At that meeting, Abdurrahman Alamoudi, a person who would plead guilty to terrorism related charges three years later, said:

When Suhail Khan started not too many people were aware that we had to do something. I am really proud to be with Suhail Khan. Some of you saw in today the White House but inshallah soon you see him in better places in the White House. Inshallah. Maybe sometimes as vice-president soon, inshallah. [APPLAUSE] Allah akbar. [Gaffney, F. (2014, February 1). Adbulrahman Alamoudi. Retrieved July 13, 2013, from Center for Security Policy
But it is Suhail’s own words that cause him harm. In 1999, he was speaking at an ISNA Conference. He started to discuss what he considered the injustices of the American government and said the following:

Our freedoms, my dear brothers and sisters, are under attack. Our freedom to associate with whomsoever we choose, to speak out politically and religiously, to travel, to practice our faith as Allah has instructed us as God-fearing men and women must be protected. And these rights must be defended with all the determination, all the resources, all the unyielding vigilance of the believing mujahid. That is the spirit of Islam. The mark of the Muslim. These are the life and death struggles that we Muslims face every day of our lives. The struggle is by no means a new one. [Suhail Khan Speech at 1999 ISNA Conference. (1999, July 4)
Retrieved July 13, 2013, from Suhail Khan Exposed:


The above is a portion of my book Stealth Jihad Phase 2: Infiltrate American Colleges 

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