END Islamic Terrorism

To END Islamic terrorism and destruction of our planet, the QUR’AN MUST BE REVISED with God’s Greatest Command – LOVE ONE ANOTHER.

Failure of Muslim religious leaders to revise the Qur’an will confirm that they are intent to make Islam prevail over all other religions with an objective to dominate the world.  From the beginning, Muslim leaders have used the Qur’an as a manual to cause terrorism and the death of millions of innocent lives to establish an Islamic Empire.

After the death of the prophet Muhammad in 632 CE, Islamic armies conquered many lands to become an Islamic Empire by 750 CE.  Muslims conquered the Byzantine and Persian empires, and along the Mediterranean, captured Christian lands as far west as Spain. They conquered all of North Africa, which included its east coast down to the island Madagascar.  This conquest extended further east to the northern half of India.  As with all conquered countries, Muslim leaders not only obtained the wealth of other countries, but they received ransoms to allow their captives to live or kill them for not accepting Allah in accordance with the Qur’an.

Muslim leaders were first to declare war on the newly formed United States (http://www.reformation.org/islam-versus-us.html ).  They were seated in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Tripoli, which lie on the northern coast of Africa.   Morocco pirates seized a U.S. ship off the coast of Spain in 1784 to obtain its merchandise and demanded ransom for the captured sailors.

Bound to Qur’an dogma, Islamic religious leaders indoctrinate Muslims with the beliefs that Islam is the “Religion of Truth” and that Allah will “make it prevail over every other religion” (Qur’an 9:33).  The Qur’an authorizes Muslims to fight any people that do not believe in Allah nor the Last Day (Quran 9:29).  The novel, Allah, We, Our and Us provides unaltered verses from the Qur’an that substantiates why Islam was NEVER a religion of peace from its inception.

People around the world need to learn that it is Qur’an dogma that infects Muslims to become bigoted, hate people of other religious beliefs, and will kill those who will not accept Allah.  As throughout the past, we witness today the intolerance, violence, death and discontent Islamic beliefs have caused in many countries.  The Qur’an is the root and source of Islamic terrorism, and discontent throughout the world.

There is an obvious solution.  The QUR’AN MUST BE REVISED to eliminate all verses that advocate killing those who do not accept Islam and reveal the greatest command given by a man of God – love one another.  This can only be achieved by perceptive, intelligent, and compassionate Islamic religious leaders.  But they may be too indoctrinated to accept that it’s the abominable commands, warnings and admonitions in the Qur’an that incite Muslims to kill people with other religious beliefs.  To learn the history of Islam, its beliefs, and many abominable verses in the Qur’an, a FREE read of Allah, We, Our and Us is provided on:



>> Many suras in the Qur’an were written by a party of men that abrogate and rewrote commands of God (Allah, We, Our and Us, 3.3.4).

Islam will Always Exist

>> The Qur’an is definitely not the words of Allah – it is a human-made scripture which Muhammad simply passed up as Allah’s final words to mankind. Written by Abul Kasem, November 20, 2005 in an article below:


>> The Qur’an 9:33 proclaims Islam will prevail over all other religions.  No other religion makes such a claim (Allah, We, Our and Us, 1.1).

>> The QUR’AN MUST BE REVISED with God’s Greatest Command – LOVE ONE ANOTHER (Allah, We, Our and Us, 7.3).

>> Islamic religious leaders MUST revise the Qur’an.  History proves Scripture can be revised (Allah, We, Our and Us, 9.4).

>> If Muslim leaders fail to revise the Qur’an, then Muslims must replace them with compassionate, understanding and perceptive leaders (Allah, We, Our and Us, 9.5).

>> The Qur’an is used as a manual to indoctrinate the minds of Muslims with an ideology that runs counter to the American Constitution (Allah, We, Our and Us, 4.3.1).


>> To NOT revise the Qur’an to incorporate LOVE ONE ANOTHER, then America MUST shut down mosques and prohibit Islam as a religion in the United States. 

>> To NOT revise the Qur’an, its abominable verses will cause Muslim extremism to ALWAYS EXIST and discontent will prevail throughout the world.

>> To NOT revise the Qur’an, the inevitable alternative for countries around the world is to exclude the religion of Islam within their lands.

Dr. Ahreeman, university professor, political journalist, philosopher, and expert of Islamic history has hosted on his international Iran Politics Club website three books and many articles written by Mr. Ginex.  People who desire to learn about Islamic history, what the Qur’an contains, and the extent of the on-going threat of Islamic extremism must visit:


Comments are welcomed on www.nicholasginex.com. Muslim religious leaders and others who disagree with the conclusions in this article or content in the book, Allah, We, Our and Us, are welcomed to write their reasons in the comment section below.

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I am Nicholas P. Ginex, a lover of humanity and a seeker of truth. I am here to explore, to search, to study, to educate and to unveil. While aerospace, engineering and science are my fields of academics, yet history, philosophy and humanities are my fields of research. I desire to learn and teach a few, so together we can seek the light and search for the truth. May the sun shine a light from behind the clouds of obscurity and may love prevail so that the words of Gerald Massey, Egyptologist and Poet, becomes a reality:>>> The time shall come,>>> When man to man shall be a friend and brother>>> And this old world shall be a happy home,>>> And all Earth’s family loves one another!>>> Hope on, hope ever.>>>

4 thoughts on “END Islamic Terrorism”

  1. From: Ahmad Jenkins
    To: Nicholas Ginex
    date: Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 4:24 PM

    Dear Mr. Ginex,

    I took the time to read your article and some of the source references you used, and couldn’t help but write a reply on it, since there was no space to comment following the article. At first I wasn’t going to comment, wanting to avoid a pointless controversial issue. You can agree our society is full of pointless controversy that people seem to delight engaging in as they would the menu at Red Robin. (I had to add that, I’m a fan of their food)

    First, I wanted to correct the major theme of your article; that the overall message of the Qur’an teaches bigotry, hatred of other beliefs, and the idea that those who don’t embrace Islam should be killed. This is not the message I embraced Islam upon, nor is it one I’ve found consistent with the Qur’anic message in my studies.

    The Qur’an needs no revision, only the current thought concerning it’s message and theology, I agree with you that there are Muslims who abuse this religion – just as there are Christians, Jews and Buddhist (and other religious adherents) that have abused the high and noble ethics of theirs.

    The Qur’an, like the Bible and other religious texts, isn’t a book we should read lightly, and then engage in debates over it’s ambiguous verses. This is the work of scholars, and no realm for the layman. As a student of knowledge, and not yet a scholar; I have no theological comment concerning subjects you mentioned. For example, abrogation of certain verses, etc. I’m not worthy of that honor. I will say you could benefit more in your examination of Islam by relying on more authentic, and scholarly research. You have one good source I saw, but the rest; in my opinion are garbage and only serve to create animosity towards a beautiful, yet misunderstood religion.

    Biased stereotypes do little good for anyone.


    Ahmed Jenkins

    1. From: Nicholas Ginex
      To: Ahmad Jenkins
      date: Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 3:25 PM

      Dear Ahmad,

      Thank you for your response to the article, END Islamic Terrorism. I have much respect for your effort to reach out to me and present your views about the article.

      You indicated that the major theme of the article indicates, “the overall message of the Qur’an teaches bigotry, hatred of other beliefs, and the idea that those who don’t embrace Islam should be killed. This is not the message I embraced Islam upon, nor is it one I’ve found consistent with the Qur’anic message in my studies.“

      You are partly correct. Yes, the Qur’an has many, many passages that incite bigotry, hate for those with other religious beliefs, and will cause violence and murder of those that do that follow Islam. This is well documented in the novel, Allah, We, Our and Us, and may be read as a “Free” read by clicking on the link, http://iranpoliticsclub.net/library/english-library/allah-we/index.htm.

      However, you indicated that the message you embraced is not what my article presents, “nor is it consistent with what you have learned in your Qur’anic studies.” Of course, you realize that Islamic religious teachers will not provide the factual history of how Islam became a theocratic empire in 750 CE after the death of Muhammad in 632 CE. Nor will they indicate those passages in the Qur’an that instill bigotry, hate, violence and murder of infidels.

      My dear friend, you have been indoctrinated well to become a loyal Muslim. You owe it to yourself to read the Qur’an line-by-line from one of the first translations by Muhammad Zafrulla Khan. He became the President of the 17th Session of the UN General Assembly, Judge of the International Court of Justice at The Hague, of which court he became President.

      Ahmad, you wrote that, “The Qur’an, like the Bible and other religious texts, isn’t a book we should read lightly, and then engage in debates over its ambiguous verses. This is the work of scholars, and no realm for the layman.”

      Mr. Ahmad Jenkins, do not sell yourself short of not having the intelligence and capability to read and comprehend written text in Scripture. What makes a scholar is the ability to read, analyze, dissect, and interpret the written word in an honest and objective way. All my life I have been concerned about the lies and myths that are fed to unsuspecting minds that make people slaves to a particular theology or idea. I am an educated man of 81 years of age and it is my mission to inform others what I have learned in life. I do not like being made a fool of and more importantly, I will not stand by and let my fellow brothers and sisters be made into fools.

      Yes, there is much to learn from Scripture but there are many passages that are corrupt because they were written by men not God. You have much to learn in life. Do you have the fortitude and humility to take the time to read what many of our great scholars have written about the various Scriptures? I have invested much of my life to learn facts that a religious teacher will not speak of to others.

      I hope you are intelligent enough to question and critique the written word whether or not it is a Holy Book. Surely, if God inspired the words in Scripture, all people should easily read and understand the words of God. It is only Holy men who want to keep you enslaved with a particular ideology that advance the idea that only scholars and highly trained religious leaders are equipped with the brains to understand Scripture. I hope you are not dumb enough to accept that baloney.

      Ahmad, I offered the following invitation to Muslim religious leaders in my Press Release, http://wh07.droa.com/~c2035781/2016/08/19/end-islamic-terrorism/.

      “Muslim religious leaders and others who disagree with the conclusions in this article or content in the book, Allah, We, Our and Us, are welcomed to write their reasons in the comment section below.”

      Ahmad, you are, thus far, the only Muslim who has responded to this article. It means you are open to discuss and perhaps increase your knowledge about not only Islamic but also, Christian and Judaic Scripture. As you may have learned, I have read the Scriptures of these religions and with my education, perception, logical mind, and desire to unveil facts that provide an honest appraisal, I have taken the time to share what I have learned with others.

      If Muslim Scholars and Islamic religious leaders disagree with what I have written on this post they are welcomed to state their reasons or comments in writing. If they do not, then it is clear that the conclusions in this post are accurate and valid.

      Ahmad, please show where in this post you are able to show my facts and logic may be classified as garbage. It is not my intent to create animosity towards the Muslim people but only to illustrate that though they believe the Qur’an is a beautiful, misunderstood religion, it is in fact, the source of discontent, violence and death. Good, peaceful Muslims far outnumber the fanatic Islamic terrorists and yet they let them continue to dominate other religions by acts of terror. Is it because all Muslims are indoctrinated with the same Scripture, the Qur’an, and inherently have the same views?

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