Quran (2:191-193) – “And kill them wherever you find them”
Quran (2:244) – “Then fight in the cause of Allah, and know that Allah Heareth and knoweth all things.”
Quran (3:151) – “Soon shall We cast terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers, for that they joined companions with Allah, for which He had sent no authority”.
Quran (4:76) – “Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah…”
Quran (8:12) – “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them”
Quran (8:39) – “And fight with them until there is no more fitna”
Quran (8:57) – “If thou comest on them in the war, deal with them so as to strike fear in those who are behind them, that haply they may remember.”
Quran (9:14) – “Fight against them so that Allah will punish them by your hands and disgrace them and give you victory over them and heal the breasts of a believing people.”
From Free Beacon
Hussam Ayloush of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Los Angeles Chapter said Friday that American and Western foreign policy is partly to blame for global Islamic terrorism and extremist ideology.
Ayloush appeared on CNN’s New Day for an interview with host Chris Cuomo to discuss the aftermath of the recent shooting in San Bernardino, California, when he made his comment.
The conversation focused on the shooters’ reported indoctrination to radical Islam and the prospect of increased discrimination against American Muslims in the aftermath of what federal authorities are considering a possible terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
During the interview, Cuomo asked what Muslims must do to defeat this radical “insurrection” in what he termed “a battle of the soul for your [Ayloush’s Islamic] faith about what will define what is Islam.”
Ayloush explained in response how Muslims have been countering this extremist minority, citing that most of the Islamic State’s victims have been Muslims and that the “brave Syrian people,” meaning the Syrian opposition composed in part of al Qaeda affiliates, are fighting both the “barbarism” of the jihadist group and of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The CAIR-LA Director then placed partial blame on the United States and the west at-large, saying, “Let’s not forget that some of our own foreign policy, as Americans, as the west, have fueled that extremism.”
He went on to say the U.S. supports dictators and repressive regimes in the Middle East and elsewhere, citing Egypt as an example. He argued that these policies “push people over to the edge.”
“Then they become extremists. Then they become terrorists,” said Ayloush. “We are partly responsible. Terrorism is a global problem, not a Muslim problem. And the solution has to be global. Everyone has a role in it.”