History of Religion; Muslim Demographics, the World

by Steve Ray on October 4, 2014

Watch this 7 minute video (below) titled: MUSLIM DEMOGRAPHICS: THE TIDAL WAVE (15 million have viewed this video)


See the world your grandchildren will know–different from the world we know today. It is my opinion that Islam is maybe the greatest threat to the world, to peace and to freedom. Islamophobic, hysteric?

Hardly. I am realistic. And if so many Americans were not so naive and politically correct, we would be concerned and smarten up about who and what we allow in our country. ISIS, Hamas and Alqaeda are just the tip of the iceburg. 

Scary stuff! 

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

HermanVA October 4, 2014 at 12:22 PM

Hmm. When you say “and what”, what are you referring to, for example? Do you mean that we should consider not allowing certain religions to be practiced in the USA?

I don’t know if what you wrote is Islamophobic or hysteric, but it may not be a correct statement. Any religion, including Christianity, can be misused to justify violence and restrict freedom (the largest slave trade in history was caused by “Christian” European nations).

I think we should be worried about the spread of radical Islam, and people who want to do violence. And I do not think that includes the majority of Muslims (I think this is factually correct, regardless of whether or not it is politically correct). I do not know how the spread of Islam generally would impact the spread of radical Islam. Perhaps it would increase the number of violent Muslims. Perhaps as Islam becomes more widespread, the more radical forms of it will decrease. I don’t know what the case would be, but I think the question deserves more than an insinuation for an answer.

Personally, I think that we should encourage and welcome Muslims into this country. I think this is consistent with what the Catholic Church has taught with respect to immigration. And I think that a Muslim has a much greater chance of being able to see the truth of the Catholic faith here in the USA, than living in a Muslim country. I would like to see them have more opportunities to interact with our faith, whether that be here in the USA or in their home countries. Many of us here came to the truth by at first following a religion that was only partially true. I think the same could hold for many Muslims. I think that many Muslims have a heart that is seeking God.

Perhaps it may be naive, but I think we should just focus on trying to carry out our lives, and our politics, in a manner that is consistent with the teachings that Jesus gave us. He guaranteed us that His Church will not fail, and we know that God’s plan will be fulfilled. I don’t see a need to take a hostile view towards Muslims.

But that is just my thoughts on it. I don’t claim to have the answers . . .

Anthony October 23, 2014 at 5:32 PM

Faith, Hope, and Love.

S Boyd January 3, 2016 at 8:57 AM

Welcome these people into our country? Have you even bothered to read the Koran? It is a political movement based on eradicating those who don’t believe their pedophile prophet. I have never met a Jew, Hindu, Buddhist, or Baptist who wanted to kill me because I was Catholic. Not all Muslims will try to kill me and those in my family, but the vast majority of them do take delight in any tragedy directed towards Christians and Jews. This is “moderate” Islam in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfPTkN63p_w. Wake up. The vast majority of them do hate us.

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