Needed Changes to the Holy Scriptures

INTRO:  Take your time reading the following article.  Please comment if you agree or not with the recommendation that Scriptures need to be revised.  The minds of religious leaders are constrained within the cage of worn out dogma, which restricts their ability to revise their Scriptures.  However, if the Priesthoods of Ancient Egypt were astute enough to revise their beliefs from many gods to one universal God many times, there is hope our religious leaders realize improvements are needed in our world today.   Many men and women gifted with perceptive, intelligent minds, and loving hearts will surely assist their efforts.

Needed Changes to the Holy Scriptures

The god many believe in today has been revealed through man’s spirit, imagination, and love for the god he created in his own image. The philosophical questions of who created the universe, the first atom, and the enormous amount of matter, galaxies, and stars lead one’s mind to ponder the wonder of it all. The world has become much larger than it was to the minds of men four thousand years ago. Today, many realize that there may be other intelligent life in the billions of galaxies in the universe. This leads one not only to revere life on this planet but also to eventually love and respect alien life that may come to visit us in the future. Our future depends, first, on how much sisters and brothers, throughout our world, love one another.

The evolution of our monotheistic God took thousands of years and, in the process, underwent many changes. This should come as no surprise, for each generation has developed concepts that were embraced and improved upon. This has been true in the scientific and technical spheres, whereby scientists have developed ways to communicate at the speed of light. Change also occurs within religions.  In the past, Egyptian priests revised and updated their beliefs to keep pace with the advances in their culture and intellect of their people. Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religious must embrace change to improve the relationships between people of different lands.

Many passages in scriptures are out of date and many that once served to unite a unique people are no longer applicable. One need only to turn to the Torah to see outdated passages dealing with ancient animal sacrifices, specific details for the garments of the priest, and detailed measurements on how to build a place of worship, an altar, and its accessories (refer to Exodus 23, 25-31).  The book Allah, We, Our and Us, is replete with abominable passages that incite hatred, bigotry, violence, and the killing of innocent people not willing to worship the Islamic God Allah.

Change is essential if religious institutions are to keep pace with worshippers as they acquire more education and the ability to examine their religious beliefs and seek meaning in their lives. If religious leaders continue to cling to worn, outdated passages of their holy scriptures, they will only become an embarrassment to discerning and intelligent people. By not acknowledging the need for change, they will find their religious myths ridiculed and their institutions laughed at because much of their dogma no longer provide moral and spiritual guidance.

Can our religious institutions, be they of Jewish, Christian, or Islamic origins, afford an outcome that is a disbelief in God? This outcome is sure to develop in the future as they continue to believe they have the only true religion and true God. There are many brilliant minds that would gladly assist in the reformation of their religious institutions and holy scriptures. But will those entrusted with the responsibility of religious leadership be courageous and perceptive enough to accept assistance and improve their doctrines? Or are they so indoctrinated that they cannot search their hearts and minds to find the truths and words of love that can truly guide their worshippers?

As a man who has learned to love all people, the sisters and brothers of this world, there is hope for change. Human beings are born with the gift to love; it is the one gift that ensures their survival. The recommendations presented in Allah, We, Our and Us for religious leaders and worshippers from all nations. They are provided as a starting point for many more necessary changes. Surely, there are men and women who have the talent and gifts to implement the recommendations offered and commend many more to improve the morality and spiritual nature of mankind.

In the final chapter of Allah, We, Our and Us, this author appeals to the followers and leaders of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions to work together to unify their beliefs in God.  This novel informs people all over the world that so far, unintentionally and by forceful aggression, these very religions have caused bigotry, hatred, violence, and the killing of innocent people. To assist in ameliorating this path of destruction, it reveals the abominations of these three religions. However, it is not the author’s intent to cast blame on any one religion but to wake up the religious leaders to understand that the very existence of human life and our planet is headed for a disastrous outcome unless they work together to unify their beliefs and teach the Word of God.

In Future of God Amen, the last thought was a question. Who will dedicate their lives to becoming the daughters and sons of God? A proactive solution is to not wait for several outstanding individuals with loving hearts and perceptive minds; it will be us, the millions of people around the world, who must stand up to the religious leaders and demand they all teach the Word of God—love one another. Nothing will happen by continuing to rely on the bureaucracy and entrenched institutions that follow worn-out dogma. Their Holy Scriptures must be revised. We are all children of God, and we are responsible to guide our own destiny for a belief system that is capable of change. Change is possible by being involved to improve the character and integrity of all people, which can be accomplished with a unified belief in God that is truly guided by the Word of God.

 

 

 

 

 

Allah is Represented by a Party of Men

INTRO:

This article ignores the veil of political correctness and challenges the fear of reprisal from those who are not willing to engage in one of the most important freedoms we have — free speech. Without the freedom to discuss openly political or religious subjects, we eliminate the possibility of resolving differences and finding optimum solutions. Silence and passiveness prevents open discussions whereby people can learn to understand their differences and come to realize there are better paths to living peaceful and fruitful lives.

The conclusion presented in this article is that Allah is referred to in plural terms, which is conclusively found to be a party of religious men.  Other articles will reveal that the Qur’an is the source of discontent in countries around the world and that Islamic religious leaders forcefully spread the religion of Islam in many countries. Their objective is to subjugate people around the world to become part of the Islamic community.  A unified group of people referred to as the ummah, which is the totality of Muslims that constitute the Islamic world (Seyyed Hossein Nasr, ISLAM, Religion, History and Civilization, page 15).

The Qur’an was read line-by-line, which enabled this author to draw verifiable conclusions.  It was translated by the honorable Muhammad Zafrulla Khan who served as foreign minister of Pakistan in 1947, became the president of the 17th Session of the UN General Assembly, and later became judge of the International Court of Justice at the Hague, of which court he became president.  This early translation of the Qur’an appeared in 1970 and was chosen as a reference to avoid the injection of political correctness employed in later translations by Islamic scholars.

The Qur’an identifies and sanctions a Party of Men

In Sura 3:105 (a chapter or section of the Qur’an) a party of men is explicitly identified and sanctioned to invite goodness, enjoin equity, and forbid evil.  This author refers to this party of men as the We Party.  They appear throughout the Qur’an under the plural terms, We, Our and Us.  Islamic religious leaders construe We, Our and Us as being Allah, the all-forgiving and merciful God.  In reality, they are a party of men, fanatical aggressors who are responsible for the destruction of many towns and the killing of innocent people in the name of Allah.  Imams, caliphs and mullahs are insistent that We, Our and Us is the one God Allah.  But the following suras (of many) clearly show it is the planned strategy of militants killing people while they are asleep at night or in the afternoon while at play.

Sura 7:5-7. Little is it that you heed. How many a town have We destroyed! Our punishment came upon their dwellers by night or while they slept at noon. When Our punishment came upon them all they could utter was: We are indeed wrongdoers.

Sura 7:97-100. We afflicted them suddenly with chastisement, while they perceived not the cause thereof. If the people of those towns had believed and been righteous, We would surely have bestowed blessings upon them from heaven and earth, but they rejected the Prophets, so We seized them because of that which they did. Do the people of these towns now feel secure against the coming of Our punishment upon them by night while they are asleep? Or, do they feel secure against the coming of Our punishment upon them in the forenoon while they are at play? Do they feel secure against the design of Allah? None feels secure against the design of Allah, except those that are losers.

Muslims are Commanded by Islamic Religious Leaders

The ruthlessness of fanatical Islamic terrorists, acting in the name of Allah, continues in many countries today. It is the Qur’an itself that is used as a medium of indoctrination to motivate Muslims to kill innocent men, women and children because they do not accept Allah as their God.  Below, the conclusion that a party of men directs Muslims to perform abominable crimes is clearly verified in the Qur’an.  It clearly reveals it is a religious leader of high rank that tells his army of men to draw on the wrath of Allah to kill disbelievers or hell shall be their abode.

Qur’an Sura 8:16-19. O ye who believe, when you encounter an hostile force of the disbelievers, turn not your backs on them. Whoso turns his back on them on such an occasion, unless maneuvering for battle or turning to join another company, shall draw upon himself the wrath of Allah and hell shall be his abode. An evil resort it is.

Thus on the day of Badr it was not you who slew them, but it was Allah who killed them; and it was not thou who didst throw gravel at their faces, but it was Allah Who threw it, that He might confer a great favour upon the believers. Surely, Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing. That is so; and Allah will surely undermine the design of the disbelievers.

It is evident that the above sura was written by a commander as one reads of the strategy not to turn and run when encountering a hostile force unless it is necessary to maneuver for battle by turning and joining another company. But notice in the second paragraph that the commander uses his leadership to strengthen the resolve of his troops by stating “it was not you who slew them, but it was Allah who killed them.” Clearly, these are not the words of Allah but a commander or a powerful religious leader.

The commander’s technique of using Allah as sanctioning atrocities has been a successful form of brainwashing or leadership to convince his fighters that the killings were not through their own volition but by Allah, who supports and directs their cause. This mind trick is another way of convincing people that they are not responsible for their misdeeds but some outside force, which they attribute to God. But this thinking reminds us of the infantile answer made popular by one of our greatest comedians, Flip Wilson with, “The devil made me do that.”

To rationalize the killing of innocent people, the religious leader of the We Party tells his fighters that “it was not thou who didst throw gravel at their faces, but it was Allah Who threw it,” and, “that He might confer a great favor on the believers.” This mind trick by religious leaders allows them to make their followers obey their will by placing the act of murder on Allah. But think about it, would God kill His own creations for not worshipping Him? Is the all-forgiving and merciful God unpredictable by rescinding His command “Thou shalt not kill (Exodus 20:13)?”

The Qur’an is Used by Islamic Religious Leaders

It becomes apparent that a party of religious leaders are actively using the Qur’an to force the belief in Allah for the unification of Muslims and create a Theocratic Islamic Empire.

Are imams, caliphs and mullahs around the world actively raising their voices to prohibit fanatic parties of men from shedding the blood of disbelievers?  Or, are they indoctrinated, mesmerized, and entrenched in the dogma of the Qur’an whereby they are incapable of love, compassion, and forgiveness of those who follow another faith?

We must all pause and acknowledge that God has introduced Himself to people of many cultures and nations. His only desire is that human beings love one another–this was His last command to mankind, announced three times by a man of God, which in all its simplicity is the Word of God.

It is clear that although Judaic and Christian leaders of today recognize the folly of not implementing God’s last command given by Jesus in the Gospel of John, they have stopped killing and terrorizing nonbelievers in the name of God. Will Islamic religious leaders loudly proclaim today and tomorrow that there will be a halt to violence and terror and strongly impose the Word of God? It is hoped that tolerance, compassion, understanding, truthfulness, and love for our brothers and sisters will be acknowledged by Islamic religious leaders.

For Islamic leaders to continue on their present path of destruction by indoctrinating naïve, unsuspecting, and loving Muslims to kill in the name of God will only lead to more disorder, terror, killing of human lives, and possibly a long-term pollution of our earth caused by a war that unleashes nuclear bombs.  Intelligent, compassionate, and perceptive Islamic religious leaders must stop the insanity of terror and murder. Can they reach out to the religious leaders of the Judaic and Christian religions and together unify their beliefs and teach the Word of God?

Such a challenge takes courage, intellect, and loving hearts of Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religious leaders. The question remains, are there religious leaders, representatives of God, that will loudly proclaim they insist on unifying their belief in God and teach His greatest command, love one another, our brothers and sisters around the world?

This author would like your comments be they pro or con. Your thoughts may lead to recommendations that may make our world a happier and safer place. Do you agree with the following conclusion:

Allah is represented by a party of religious men referred to as We, Our and Us in the Qur’an.  For a comprehensive history of Islam and further verification of this conclusion, you may access a free read of the book, Allah, We, Our and Us by clicking on the following link:

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/library/english-library/allah-we/index.htm

This author believes that Muslims around the world who actively want peace to pressure their religious leaders to teach the Word of God.  It may be the most practical solution to avoid WW III.  Muslims who are educated perceive that the present path of Islam, directed by the words of the Qur’an, will lead to destruction of our earth and humanity.

Does Consciousness Pervade the Universe?

A novel idea has emerged which I would like our readers to share their thoughts.  Consider the hypothetical idea that the unique positive and negative energy forces of an atom, which can coalesce into inorganic and organic matter, may have an inherent consciousness that tries to reveal itself.  Ultimately, we, as thinking human beings, may be the product of that source of consciousness. We are part of the “stuff” that makes up the universe, and we are trying to understand our beginnings that could be due to the inherent forces of the atom that surfaces as consciousness. This hypothetical idea that matter, created by atoms that determine inorganic and organic outcomes, can assume consciousness may have some merit because we are proof as thinking products of our universe.

Another hypothetical idea that has surfaced is that our first awareness (consciousness) starts before conception through a transformation of energy into conscious awareness at birth.  However, a question surfaces as to why only at birth of an organic form would consciousness come into play?  I believe that the internal forces of the atom with its own negative, positive and neutral properties, creates matter based upon its surrounding environment.  Whether or not that matter is inorganic or organic will depend on the surrounding elements of heat, moisture, and an atmosphere conducive to life.  Hence, for our earthly life forms (organic matter) to exist, the aggregate mix of atoms preordain with conditions that support life, the formation of different kinds of life forms.

Stated with earthly terms, plant and vegetable organic life begins first based upon inorganic matter (earth and minerals), heat, and moisture and it produces a byproduct (air) that sustains life.  Organic forms of life that become mobile, such as the fly, a bird, fish, and animals are a consequence of the environment and it all began with the mix of atoms that produced inorganic and organic matter.  So I hypothesize that the atom has forces that somehow takes advantage of its surroundings and gives birth to inorganic and organic matter.  To me, it appears that such forces within the atom have an intelligence or a consciousness that tries to express itself in many ways.  It is this consciousness that reaches its height in human beings to think and reach out with hypothetical thoughts to try to understand its own existence.  And that is why I believe that the transformation of energy is a long, involved process whereby it transforms itself into matter that tries to express its inherent will to exist as consciousness.

Perhaps, that may be why gifted people have developed the idea of a soul because it is an extension on one’s being with the hope that its soul will continue to exist even after death.  Is this due to the internal energy of the atom that initiates the will for survival?  It appears that forces within the atom, from its very beginning, fights to express itself in matter.  So I offer you the idea that the energy or forces inherent in the atom has a consciousness that seeks to find expression in the life forms it finally creates.  The question becomes what is this force or energy?  Where did its positive, negative, and neutral forces come from?

What gave this energy the will to exist as conscious entities that are very likely to appear in other parts of our universe?  Are all life forms in other parts of the universe made of the same “stuff” that we humans are made of?  I tend to believe “yes.”  The life forms on other planets may assume different shapes, colors, and organic functions that enable it to exist but they are all part of the energy that originated within the atom.

One last matter that needs to be addressed and that is can the internal forces of an atom be attributable to “God.”  I do not know because I have no valid conception of God.  To me, God is mysterious, incomprehensible, and unknowable.  However, I use the term God because it introduces a concept of the consciousness that many people feel within themselves, which is the ability to love.  The energy or force of the atom has given life forms the will to survive and therefore the desire to love and reproduce itself for that is what the atom has tried to do from its own inception.

So the next question I offer is if you give this unknown force a name, such as God, why not put it to good use?  That is, why not sublimate our conception of the unknown force into idealistic forms of moral behavior that allows people from different countries and of different races, to love and accept one another as sisters and brothers?  This use of the unknown force is not a bad idea.  The alternative is to say we are exceptionally bright and since we understand the unknown force, just except it, and let’s live without any need for a moral code of behavior because we can control our lives without anybody telling us what we should or should not do.  This attitude I cannot agree with because it negates the wisdom we have gained in the past through experience of what makes a harmonious society.  My concept of God does not assume any preexisting definitions of God and therefore does not present any myths or images because as I had stated before, as with the internal forces of the atom, God is mysterious, incomprehensible, and unknowable.  The idea of God becomes a sublimation of our finest thoughts as to what mankind can aspire to in terms of integrity and love for one another.

Men have always wondered about how did life begin and if there is a God that created all there is? The Egyptians developed the greatest civilization with a belief in a creator god. After thousands of years, the Priesthood of Amon wrote the first documented scripture (a belief) titled, Amon As the Sole God during the reign of Ramses II. Readers who thirst for knowledge of how the concept of a soul developed, a Hereafter, a Son of God, and how the belief in one-universal God was established, they may access the book titled AMEN, The Beginning of the Creation of God on http://www.futureofgodamen.com.

Do you agree with the hypothetical idea that the atom, after many transformations from inorganic to organic matter, strives to achieve a consciousness to express itself by ultimately producing life forms with the ability to think? Is it possible that this consciousness pervades the universe and somehow embodies the essence of God?

If you enjoyed the philosophical journey of this article, you may also like to read many of the comments received both on a former website and press release on the Internet.  Click on the following link to access the many comments provided by people who engaged in a dialog with me.

http://www.nicholasginex.com/2016/09/01/dialogs-on-does-consciousness-pervade-the-universe/

I found the conversations fascinating as we learned many different views about consciousness and how it pervades the universe and is inherent in all matter.

Provide History of Religion and God

INTRODUCTION

There is lacking in our educational system across the United States a curriculum that teaches and emphasizes the attributes of integrity based upon honesty and truth.  Where and when did such attributes of truth, justice, and righteousness evolve?  Was it revealed to mankind as revelations from God or developed by the experiences of different communities interacting with one another to establish harmony between their people?  Our educators can provide answers to their students based upon an ancient civilization that created awe inspiring temples, pyramids and monuments due to their beliefs that embodied the attributes of truth, righteousness, and justice.

Below is an Internet link that presents a paper written for The Clute Institute to motivate educators to examine two books for use in their classrooms:

Future of God Amen 

AMEN, The Beginning of the Creation of God

The paper is titled, “Provide History of Religion and God.”  It was noticed by ERIC (Education Resource and Information Center) and placed on the Internet.  ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.  It can be accessed by clicking the following link:

http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1073192.pdf

This paper offers a wealth of historical information of the development of Egypt’s civilization and religious beliefs.  The author reveals how their beliefs were emulated by other groups of people to develop the major religions of today; namely, the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions.  In addition, a comprehensive critique of the Torah, Gospels, and the Qur’an is given to demonstrate the connectivity of these scriptures to Egyptian hymns and religious beliefs.  Finally, the author takes the reader further to study recommendations and solutions of the differences in religious beliefs that have created bigotry, hatred, violence, and the killing of innocent people.

The figure below presents an overview how Egyptian hymns (scriptures) were emulated by the Hebrews in their development of the Torah, which later gave birth to the Gospels and Revelation.

For the books featured on this post, you may visit the author’s website below for overviews and reviews by highly respected scholars, authors and journalists.

http://www.futureofgodamen.com

A Father Seeks to Reveal Truths to All

Introduction:

This article has been extracted from the book, Future of God Amen.  As the father of four beautiful, personal, intelligent girls, I wrote about a subject that has been a curiosity  of mine since I was a little boy; who was God and where did He come from?  My curiosity prompted me to attend Catholic, Methodists, Baptists, Protestant, and Jewish houses of worship.  After serving a few years in the Army, I read books by philosophers, religious scholars, and highly respected Egyptologists.  Late in life, that is, upon retiring at the age of 67, I wrote my first book titled, Legacy of a Father.  My attempt was to have my girls remember their father after I am dead by preserving my thoughts and ideas in a book.  But I present this article to you, to better understand me.  It is my desire to reach out to all people to reveal the truth on such subjects as religion, God, the universe, and our purpose in life.

A Father Seeks to Reveal Truths to All

It would be derelict of me not to reveal the truths I have learned by what I have read and by the exchange of ideas with the many people that have entered my life.  Truth can be elusive and may take many years to comprehend based upon real life experiences.  In my reading I have come upon truths by accident and, in many cases, by simply connecting the dots through the application of common sense.  It would be a foolish gamble to wait for somebody else to present the findings I have acquired in my lifetime.  Our lives are made up of too many different events that shape our thoughts.  Be they on an educational, social and personal level, these events combined with our intellect and sensitivity will always present a different color of the way each of us see, interpret life, and develop our thoughts for others to hear or read.

I feel a deep responsibility to educate and prepare my children for the world they live in.  They were the initial motivation for me to write Future of God Amen.  As a father who desires to inform his children of the traps and deceptive ideas propagated around us, I feel obligated to share thoughts that may enable others to get closer to the truths that I have earnestly tried to surface.  It is my nature to be grossly offended when others or I have been made a fool of by means of lies and deceptive ramblings.  However much it hurts, I prefer to always know the truth.  I will not knowingly stand by and let my children made to be fools.  They, and all those who have the courage to examine new avenues of thought, will benefit by getting to know their own God and be less likely to end their spiritual quest in disillusion and separation from God.1

This spiritual element I allude to may simply be love for mankind.  However you may conceive your God, you may be assured that He would rather have you love the people around you than to focus your love on Him.  My responsibility as a father is to educate and prepare my daughters to make their own way in life.  They need not bow down to me, prostrate themselves in a submissive manner, and humble themselves as if I were a God.  They need only to respect me for the love and precious time I have invested to help direct their lives so that they may tap their potential and become strong individuals who can stand on their own two feet.  God may be present, but He cannot do what I and my wife, as father and mother, can do for them.  That is, to have them carry on the legacy of raising wonderful children in this world.

As mere mortals, we may never be able to know the whole truth about God.  We have had our share of prophets and righteous men who endeavored to show their fellow beings how they can lead moral lives.  We shall see in the forthcoming chapters that some have made mistakes in their zeal to impart knowledge about God.  We should not fault them for trying to have us inherit a belief and way of life received through their revelations.  Only by consistently trying to seek the truth, will we be able to have a clearer understanding of the lives we lead and, a more positive and healthy outlook for the future.

Many of us have some doubts about the existence of God.  Others find themselves with a desire to believe in God but unable to accept many religious teachings and traditional mores.  There are others who feel that the concept of God is simply another form of philosophy that tries to find answers to questions of morality and the possibility of an eternal life.  Then there are those who do not want to deal with the concept of God at all.  They may simply follow the rule that is almost equivalent to, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”2 and, “It’s nice to be nice.”3

Future of God Amen was not written to deceive my children and my readers.  You will find that every conclusion and assertion made has been grounded in facts and references that have come from reliable sources.  I will not waste my time on gobbledegook to prove a point.  It is love for the truth that gives me the stamina to share my research efforts with you. There is no other agenda in this book than to open your eyes, widen your perceptions, and bring you closer to understanding yourselves and the God in which you believe.

Overviews and book reviews are presented on website:

http://www.futureofgodamen.com

1  God may be your own personal god that is not bound to a particular religious faith.  God is therefore not conceived in the same way by each person and is formed by one’s own sensibilities, intellect, acquired beliefs and knowledge.

2  Holy Bible, King James Version, Gospel of Matthew 22: 39

3  Anonymous

Blog Introduction to Other Bloggers

Hello. I am attempting to reach out into the community of bloggers who are interested to learning more about Islam, why it is a threat to countries around the world, and what can be done to provide a solution that will allow Muslims to learn to integrate with the values and cultures of other countries.

As a start, bloggers need to know who I am and if they agree with my messages and objectives to inform other people how to achieve peace between Muslims and people in many countries. Please go to an Iranian website built by a man from Iran whose people were Persian. It is his goal to preserve his culture.  His website provides an extensive library of the history of Islam and many of the great Persian authors, writers, scientists, painters, philosophers, and poets.

I have been honored by the builder of the Iran Politics Club (IPC) website to be featured as one of the authors who shares his cause for a free Iran that can emulate the freedoms enjoyed by Americans in the United States of America. The website builder, an author in his own right and a professor at a California University is known by IPC members as Dr. Ahreeman or Dr. X. The site I humbly request you visit and explore is:

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/authors/nicholas-ginex/index.htm 

My own website is:  http://www.futureofgodamen.com.

It provides overviews and book reviews for novels that deal with a history of god and religion, politics and philosophy.  Five of these books are featured at the top of this post.

If you like an article on this blogsite, please share it on yours.  More importantly, I look forward to your comments on the articles I have posted.

Together, we may be able to acquire knowledge that may make us attain a better understanding of ourselves and experience the love inherent in each other.

Nicholas

Obama, the First Muslim-American President

What was once questionable has become a reality, the first African-American President, Barack Hussein Obama II, the son of a Kenyan-African father and a Caucasian-American mother, is indeed the first Muslim-American to be president of the United States. This reality is confirmed by facts that Obama is a Muslim by birth, was indoctrinated in the Qur’an at a young age, and has consistently exhibited an affinity for Islam and the Muslim people.

On June 12, 2010, Pamela Geller reported that Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said he had a one-on-one meeting with Obama, in which President Obama told him that he was still a Muslim, the son of a Muslim father and stepson of a Muslim stepfather. Obama’s African half-brothers in Kenya are Muslims and he told the Egyptian President that he was sympathetic towards the Muslim agenda. However, before we examine why Barack Hussein Obama II is the first Muslim-American president, all people should be knowledgeable what is a Muslim and learn the history how Islam grew to become an Islamic Theocratic Empire.

Muslim defined: From the Arabic word muslim; a Muslim is one who submits to Allah, the God envisioned by the Saudi Arabian prophet Muhammad and documented in the Qur’an 20 years after his death by his followers known as his Companions. The core belief of the Islamic religion is the existence of one God and complete surrender to Him; one who surrenders to Allah is a Muslim.

Brief history of Islam: After the death of Muhammad in 632 CE, in only 29 years, Muslim armies created an Islamic Empire that extended over an enormous territory, stretching from India to Spain and on the other side of the Mediterranean, captured all of North Africa, including Africa’s east coast down to Madagascar. History verifies that Islam is a religion that has grown by taking the wealth of other countries, will not tolerate the existence of other religions, and forced conversion to Islam not through peace and love but by the choice to either pay a tax to survive or be killed.

Brief Obama Biography: Prior to publishing Dreams from My Father, in 1991 Obama approved his then-literary agent, Acton & Dystel, to release a promotional booklet which stated “Obama was born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.” This booklet provided a brief biography of Obama, which is cited below with a photo. The bio is an extract from an article by Dean Garrison, posted on the Internet April 6, 2014 with the title, Unexploded Bombshell: Barack Obama Admits to Being Born in Kenya.

Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review, was born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.  The son of an American anthropologist and a Kenyan finance minister, he attended Columbia University and worked as a financial journalist and editor for Business International Corporation.   He served as project coordinator in Harlem for the New York Public Interest Research Group, and was Executive Director of the Developing Communities Project in Chicago’s South Side.

Obama a Muslim: Many years since Obama’s approval of the promotional booklet, the Obama administration and supporters have claimed that the bio indicating Kenyan birth was due to a careless error. But this is a lame excuse because the author controls and approves written material prior to publishing. However, let us not dwell on whether Obama approved his Kenyan birth in the biography printed in 1991 and return to his statement to the Egyptian Foreign Minister that he is indeed a Muslim. This is not a bad thing. A Muslim with American values, morality, and national pride can be president of the United States. What is of great concern, is his lies that he is a Christian when his actions publically reveal he supports the Muslim people and his faith, which is Islam.

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Figure 1.  Presents a parody of Obama’s affinity for Islam influenced by his Muslim birth and indoctrination as a young boy.

In an ABC interview in September 2008 with George Stephanopoulos, Obama had a lapse of cognitive memory when he absent-mindedly stated, “you’re absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith, and . . . ”   Here, Mr. Stephanopoulos quickly stopped Obama by correcting him saying, “your Christian faith.” Obama corrected his slip by saying, “My Christian faith –  well, what I’m saying is….”  It could not be more clear that within his heart and mind Obama is a Muslim whose faith is Islam.

Nearing the end of eight terms as president, Obama has never associated Muslim terror attacks in America as being motivated by Islamic ideology. A clear case is the Fort Hood massacre by an Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Hasan, who was an Islamic follower.  Early in Obama’s administration, in November of 2009, Hasan shot 13 soldiers to death and wounded twenty-eight.  Conforming to President Obama’s policy of ‘political correctness,’ efforts were made to cover-up Muslim terrorism.  Muslim Brotherhood operatives appointed by Obama in the Department of Defense and federal law enforcement agencies classified the shootings in Fort Hood as an act of workplace violence instead of an act of Islamic terrorism.  What seems to drive Obama to refuse to associate Islamic ideology with terror attacks in America?

Obama Indoctrination: Few people know that President Obama has an affinity for the Muslim people and Islam because, unknown by most people, he was indoctrinated in the Qur’an as a young boy. This fact has been overlooked due to the ineptness of the American media and their acceptance of the White House initiative to focus on “political correctness” rather than on truth and facts.  Obama was indoctrinated into the Islamic religion at a very early age and having lived in Muslim communities well into his teen years it is understandable that he has deep feelings for Islam, the Muslim people, and their religious beliefs.  This is why Obama has publically claimed to the American people that, “Islam is a religion that preaches peace.”   It is apparent that Obama’s indoctrination has affected his adult reasoning for he firmly believes that Islam is a viable and peaceful religion – a view contrary to Islam’s past history and the terror attacks currently experienced in the real world.

Islam defined in the Qur’an: Muslims are indoctrinated with the Qur’an to believe that Islam is the true religion, the religion of truth, and Allah will make it prevail over every other religion (Qur’an 9:29 and 9:33).  Islam as the true religion of truth has formed Obama’s view of Islam as being a religion of peace. He stated on April 6, 2009, “The United States is not and will never be at war with Islam.” This is a distorted and naive view when countries in Europe, Asia and Africa have felt the terror of Islamic terrorism. The influx of millions of Muslim immigrants into their countries have affected their way of life as Muslims will not assimilate another culture’s values but hold onto the inculcated dogma of the Qur’an. To fully understand what’s in the Qur’an, the book Obama, Islam and Benghazi presents many suras that incite bigotry, hatred, violence, and the killing of people who have religious views other than Islam. This book reveals Obama’s early Islamic indoctrination, why Islam is a threat to countries around the world, provides details about the Barack Obama-Hillary Clinton Benghazi deception, and presents 36 questions for the Select Committee on Benghazi. It is hosted as a free read on the Internet via the link below:

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/authors/nicholas-ginex/index.htm

The Obama Threat: There are deep concerns by Americans of Obama’s actions as he appears to be intent on defending Islam and supporting Muslims then the American people.  Two weeks after the deaths of four Americans by Islamic terrorists in Benghazi, on September 25, 2012, Obama announced a threat to world members in the United Nations General Assembly by stating,

“The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”

This threat was in reference to a YouTube video as having stimulated the attack in Benghazi.  It was Obama’s attempt to blame the terror attack on a distasteful video that initiated a spontaneous reaction rather than admit it was a preplanned attack by Islamic terrorists.  Obama’s response reflects the years of Islamic indoctrination that does not leave the inculcated mind even though he had the benefits of an education received at such American universities as Harvard and Columbia.  As one carefully reads the above threat, one deduces that these are the words of a powerful Muslim leader – not the President of the United States.

Obama-Iran Nuclear Deal: What is astounding is that President Obama’s indoctrination in the Qur’an causes him to truly believe, “Islam is not part of the problem in combating violent extremism – it is an important part of promoting peace.”   It is not surprising that today Americans are convinced President Obama is not only the first Muslim-American to hold office but has been an exceptionally weak president in protecting American interests abroad and at home.  He facilitated the Obama-Iran Nuclear Deal that gave Iran 150 billion dollars.  This deal infuses Iran’s economy and continued development of a nuclear bomb.  It was a naïve strategy to control Iran’s nuclear-missile capability.  What is insane, is that Obama pushed for this foolish nuclear deal even as Iran’s leader and thousands of Muslims were chanting death to America, the British and Israel!!

The First Muslim-American President: The conclusion is evident; Barack Hussein Obama II is the first Muslim-American President that truly believes in Islam and has an affinity for the Muslim people.  That is why today, he supports large-scale immigration of Muslims even if it may destroy the values and culture of America, as it already has in European countries.  Figure 2 presents a redesign of the American flag due to his efforts to transform America with Islamic domination.

Islamic-American Flag

Figure 2.  Islamic Republic of America Flag – Future USA Islamic Flag.  The stripes read:  There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet.

Pro or Con Commentary: Your comments are welcomed to discuss if Barack Obama is, or is not, the 1st Muslim-American President of the United States.  I look forward to any comments or related thoughts about this article.

Two videos of the book, Obama, Islam and Benghazi are provided below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEVqNdZ8vrY%20

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsZhIeGWvDw%20%20%20