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Jihad Watch: “The right to legislate belongs to God alone, and whoever disputes that is an apostate. The members of parliament deserve only death”

April 14, 2007

 

April 14, 2007

“The right to legislate belongs to God alone, and whoever disputes that is an apostate. The members of parliament deserve only death”

So says the Islamic Nation of Iraq in claiming responsibility for Thursday’s parliament bombing. “Al Qaeda group claims Iraq parliament attack,” from AFP:

DUBAI – An alliance of Sunni groups headed by Al Qaeda in Iraq said in an Internet statement on Friday that it carried out a deadly suicide bomb attack inside the Iraqi parliament building. “After studying the area… a hero from the Islamic state of Iraq wearing an explosive belt infiltrated the apostates of the parliament. Allah used his hand to destroy the group of infidels,” the self-styled Islamic Nation of Iraq said in the Internet statement.

Source: Jihad Watch: “The right to legislate belongs to God alone, and whoever disputes that is an apostate. The members of parliament deserve only death”

Only a superior ideology and action can change the heart and mind behind such words.  From there we can get to the proper actions to take. It is a beginning.  From a superior ideology motivation can arise to act in faith, in hopes that the goal, yet unseen, will eventually arrive.  What is that superior ideology?  That is something worth discussing and then acting upon.  My first salvo into this battle of the heart and mind is, . . . FAMILY . . .  FAMILY IS THE KEY.  What do you think?

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