Dec 14 2012
EXTREME TAQIYYA (Islamic deception): ‘MY JIHAD’ Ad Campaign will attempt to sanitize the term ‘Jihad’ (Holy War against unbelievers)
CAIR calls ‘MY JIHAD’ a campaign to educate ignorant Americans on the politically correct meaning of Jihad. In other words, Muslim Brotherhood proxy CAIR has devised a deceptive campaign to convince stupid dhimmi (submissive) Americans that Islamic jihadists aren’t really the savages that the world has seen them to be as they were commanded by the prophet Mohammed in the 7th Century.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “jihad”? If you think 9/11 Muslim suicide bombers, honor killers, Fort Hood massacre, Times Square bomber, London, Madrid, Bali, Mumbai, etc. Islamic terrorists, you are correct. But these bus ads from terror-linked CAIR that are rolling out across the United States will try to convince you otherwise.
CAIR Ahmed Raheb, a Muslim thug employed by CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations) in Chicago, has recently put out an ad campaign to change the view of the word “jihad” and, by the transitive property, change the image people have of Muslims.
There has been a lot of commotion recently in broadcast and social media about hate ads placed in the NY Subway by ‘islamophobe’ Pamela Geller that states:
What many on both sides of the debate are missing is that at the heart of the problem is the blatant misuse of the word “Jihad” as if it were an acceptable synonym of say “terrorism.” Islamophobes aside, many Americans remain confused about this.
The best response to the hateful ad campaign is to convert it into an opportunity to get to the heart of the problem and to reclaim the word “Jihad,” a word many Muslims have shied away from and left to the ravaging of the ignorant in both the Muslim extremist and anti-Muslim extremist circles – both of whom seem to ironically agree on a bloody definition for the word.
I love Jihad! Not Jihad the perverse way Bin Laden & Pam Geller define it. But: the struggle against ignorance, injustice & hate. It is the struggle against the darkness in ones own soul. It is the struggle to be patient in times of adversity etc.
Jihad is not savage, except in the minds of those who are too lazy or too careless to wish to understand a well-documented 1400 year old concept in both Islamic literature and Muslim life.
My Grandma’s Jihad was against diabetes and MS while bedridden for seven years. #MyJihad is against bigotry and hatemongering. What’s yours?
Tweet #MyJihad and tell us what your Jihad is. (C’mon, guys, here’s your chance to tell CAIR what you really think)
Also this will be more than a twitter campaign. There will be an ad campaign as well in public transportation in various cities. The best tweets will be used as ads, so tweet away.
The only way to fight ignorance is through knowledge, and these ads are providing a different set of information to people who would otherwise believe solely in stereotypes. I can’t wait to see more of these types of adverstisements for every misunderstood sector of society in the U.S.