Islam Is a Trojan Horse


Amil Imani
by Amil Imani

“Europe will be Muslim in a dozen years,” promises the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme Guide (dictator) who is racing full-speed ahead to make as many bombs as possible with long-range missiles capable of delivering their payload anywhere in the world.

This past Friday, Yunis al-Astal, a leading Muslim cleric and Hamas member of the Palestinian parliament, declared on Hamas' Al-Aqsa TV that "the capital of the Catholics, or the Crusader capital," would soon be conquered by Islam and Rome become an advance post for the Islamic conquests, which will spread through Europe in its entirety, and then will turn to the two Americas.”

The Islam hydra, with Saudi Arabia and the oil-money bloated Emirs and Sheiks of the Persian Gulf leading the Sunni charge from one side and the end-of-the-worlder bomb-seeking Shiite of the Islamic Republic of Iran with its proxies of Hamas, Lebanon Hezbollah and the Sadrists in Iraq closing from the other side will devour the free world.

Free people: are you listening?
Free people: do you care?
Free people: are you doing anything?

Disguised as religion, Islam has penetrated the democracies with the aim of replacing civility and liberty with the barbarism of theocracy and Sharia. Islam’s multi-prong attack aims to destroy all that liberty offers.

It is generally assumed that religion addresses issues of importance to daily life as well as matters that transcend it. Religion claims to exercise a civilizing influence by ordering the social life and promoting spirituality, as well as advancing an array of human virtues. Zoroaster, for instance, based his faith on the triad of goodly thoughts, goodly speech and goodly deeds. Moses framed the fundamentals of his faith in the Ten Commandments, and Jesus placed love at the core of his faith.

Yet, all is not well with religion. Purveyors of some religions advocate and promote ideas and practices that are harmful to the general well-being of mankind. It is imperative that a society institutes measures that guard against any and all organizations and ideologies, be they religious or otherwise that harms it.

As things stand now, our lives are governed by numerous boards at all levels of government, business, and community. All these boards are charged with the responsibility of looking after the welfare of the people they serve. The Food and Drug Administration, for instance, must pass on the safety and quality of the food we eat; the Aviation Safety Board works to ensure safe flights; a local school board strives to create the environment that best serves the education and safety needs of the pupils. Every community and business of any size is served by boards.

There are, however, no oversight boards that would check against things that contaminate the mind and present a clear threat of unraveling our democracy’s social compact as we know and cherish it. Shouldn’t these dangers to our beliefs and way of life be monitored and combated or should they be given a pass to work their damage?

Presently, America is faced with a formidable enemy in a Trojan horse called Islam. This imminent danger makes it imperative to revisit the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and make the necessary changes to legally defeat Islam’s subversion of the democratic system.

Muslims in Western democracies, most of them escapees of the misery of Islamic countries, exhibit such incredible gall and audacity as to shamelessly demand that their benevolent hosts surrender their liberty and legalize and adopt the Sharia in their societies.

The Muslims’ presence in countries such as Canada, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden represents the tip of the sword of the Islamists protruding from the Trojan horse.

Once Sharia is recognized to any extent, it will reach out to rule, not only on matters that concern Muslims, but also those that may involve a Muslim and non-Muslim. Under Sharia, a Muslim man married to a non-Muslim woman is able to divorce the woman at will and automatically have custody of the children.

America, with a long history of protecting religious freedom, still clings to the “hands off” practice of leaving alone any doctrine or practice billed as religion. A thorny problem is in deciding what constitutes a religion and who is to make that call. The dictionary supplies a sociologically useless definition for religion: “The expression of man’s belief in and reverence for a superhuman power recognized as the creator and governor of the universe.” Just about anyone or any group under this definition can start a religion, and they indeed do—and some do so at significant costs to others.

Islam was birthed by primitives of some 1400 years ago and over time invaded much of the world at the point of the sword. Presently, Islamists, with their treasuries flush with petrodollars, are in a great position to realize their perennial dream of bringing the world under the rule of Muhammad’s Ummeh.

On the one hand, Pakistan is already a nuclear power and the Islamic Republic of Iran aims to be one before very long. On the other hand, Muslim governments and wealthy Sheikhs are funding Islamic schools, centers and front organizations in the West to work from within at the unraveling of the non-Islamic democratic systems. In a parallel attack, the “Legal Islam” is exploiting every provision of the law in free societies to promote Islam and silence its critics through expensive legal shenanigans.

Islam is incompatible with democracy and subversive of the way of life that blesses this nation. It is imperative that we fight Islamofascism with the same determination that we fought other enemies of freedom such as Nazism, Fascism, and Communism. It is, therefore, imperative that the Constitution be revisited in such a manner that it no longer grants a pass to any cult simply calling itself a religion.

Bluntly speaking, no one can be a faithful Muslim and an American at the same time. As more and more Muslims arrive in non-Islamic lands, as they reproduce with great fecundity, as they convert the disenchanted and minorities, and as petrodollar-flush Muslims and Muslim treasuries supply generous funds, Muslims gather more power to undermine the democratic rule.

The hydra of Islam is lashing out by its jihadists, sophisticated and well-funded lawyers, terrorist groups, and terror-sponsoring governments who have the bomb and those that are racing non-stop to acquire the ultimate weapon. There is no time to waste. Steadfastly confronting Islam is the only way to defeat a fanatical enemy who does not believe in negotiation or compromise. For Islam, it is winner take all. And the way that permissive, oblivious, and well-meaning free societies are reacting does not bode well for liberty.

Islam must be recognized for what it is: a Trojan horse carrying in its belly what will assuredly slaughter all who stand everything that is precious to free people.


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"Happy Birthday Israel" - now that is funny!!

by Anonymous-2 (not verified) on

You mean the birth pangs of the Middle East - Isn't it too premature to celebrate? The child has yet to be born; Sixty years later and we are still waiting!



by Mammad (not verified) on

I do not intend to dasrg this one, so I'll be brief:

With all due respect - and the emphasis is on respect - you are wrong. Go back and read the article. It says, "one cannot be a faithful muslim and an American too." This is no longer aimed at a movement, but rather at muslims as individuals.

Imani also lies profusely. He says, for example, that the mullahs are making nuclear bombs and making many of them. Where is the evidence for it? He just wants to hype a non-existent threat, in order to score a point.

It is clear what Imani is trying to say, although he cannot get himself to say it explicitly - not yet anyway: He advocates expelling all muslims from the West. He has said this implicitly before.

I always try not to use label on people. But, Imani is the exception. His writings are racist, and he is a fabricator. He also knows nothing about Islam, but only repeats a certain line of propaganda. The man is also in love with Israel. Read his "happy birthday Israel." It is truly disgusting.


Barking at the wrong tree .... (some good points from samsam)

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Imani, even this basically unwise fellow (samsam) has a few good points. Iranians have gotten less and less religious and continuing to do so, extreme rhetoric of your type will do more harm than good to that process.


Professor Mammad, I think.....

by AnonymousIrooni (not verified) on

You missed the point. The writer simply said that Islam as a movement is not compatible with Democracy. Its more compatible with fascism but you refuse to acknowledge that from our previous engagements. He was not talking about you personally as a Muslim. We are all sure that you are a very good Muslim as evidenced by your great attitude, honesty and open mindedness. Imani was talking about Islam as a large movement. You took one sentence from his essay and decided that it talks about individual muslims.

Also, I have never heard any of these zionists leaders you mentioned attack Islam like your great Islamic leaders attacking jews in Iran. They may have attacked Arabs but not their religion. There was an idiot racist amongst them by the name of Rabbi Kahana. His party was outlawed and he was kicked out of the Israeli Kenesset. Look at what your masters are doing to the Bahi's these days. Please stop being dishonest. Please start being honest. It will help you.


The joke is on you

by Mammad (not verified) on

The joke is on you anonymousirooni, because in your haste to "stand up" to me, or "expose" me, you did not even think for a moment about what I said and meant.

The point was: just because a radical reactionary muslim, or jew, or christian rants against another religion and says something terrible, that does not mean that we should be making sweeping statement regarding every single adherent of that religion, which is what people like Imani do.

By the way, it was not a few "zionists" who spoken terribly about muslims, but true Zionist leaders, from David Ben Gurion, to Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan, Menachem Begin, Rafael Eitan, and Benjamin Netanyahu. There is a whole website devoted to this, with links to the original reference. You can even find these on wikipedia, if you do not trust that website. Same thing about many Christian Hezbollah in the US.

I am feeling really "important," because it seems that you have made it your "mission" in life to call on my "jokes!!" I'll try not to disappoint you!


Barking at the wrong tree, It is the middleman aka Mullah

by samsam1111 on

I make a bet with you that even if Muslim holy book was "Bible". The

Mullahs would change it to a Jehadist meinkomf. trying to reform the masses who been brainwashed for centuries by Mullahs via insulting the religion or stating the flaws WON,T work .It only gives Mullahs more fuel to build on more hate &  Brainwashing. If you want it to work stay the course ; single them out the mullahs ,ridicule them,expose them,show their flaws,hypocracy,corruption.For instance I believe in God but have no patience for Ali  hassan or hussain anymore but I know that "Kuran" is to millions of muslims a concept of "God Almighty" just like the concept of  "God" of christianity in "Bible"....You will never win if you put your "Earthly Principles" against "God" in the eyes of masses. You only win if you cut the middleman aka Mullah.and will see in a few generations that the same religion is transformed into a private affair between man & his/her God Almighty, An spiritual affair which was meant to be rather than a jehadist Racial PanArabist tribalism that is today.

In case of Iran We will win with the weapon of Nationalism against the Pan Arabism of the Mullahs. And We must NOT touch the subject of the religion at all except khorafats.Before revolution when I was a kid I prayed my namz and roozeh .Did it make me a Jehadist? NO..Why? Because there was no Mullahs around to brainwash me.Later on I believed in god still minus the Messenger and imams and I still do my chats with my 2 cents



preaching the wrong crowd again!

by Anonym7 (not verified) on

Imani says: "It is imperative that we fight Islamofascism ..."

Imani, as you and I agreed once before, the US ultra right (Reagan et all) had a big part in creating Isalmafascim during their proxy war in Afghanistan (creating those madresas and Taliban, training the so called mojahedin freedom fighters ... etc.). US right thought that they could utilize Wahabi extremists against Russians and Iranians only, and no harm would come to them!
The new right wing (Bush et all) still thinks that way because of their/your obsession with Iran (Seymour Hersh had a good article about this last year). You need to go preach them instead of Iranians ....



by Zion on

As I told you, this is an issue of debate. There are concerns and any article, like that of Amil`s that advocates a clear and well argued position is attributing to this debate and is worthy of support.
Now, since you asked me specifically:
`tell me, what is rational about this: ``No one can be a faithful muslim and an American too.``

I`ll tell you why this is a legitimate issue, and what the debate about it is based on:

Islam talks of muslims not primarily belonging to any specific nation, but to an Islamic Umma, allegiance to which takes precedence over any kind of allegiance to any nation state.

Besides, There are problematic verses in the Koran, like 5:51:

O you who believe! Take not the Jews and the Christians as Auliyâ' (friends, protectors, helpers, etc.), they are but Auliyâ' to one another. And if any amongst you takes them as Auliyâ', then surely he is one of them. Verily, Allâh guides not those people who are the Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong­doers and unjust).

It is common that anytime a specific verse is mentioned, apologists try to find a particular justification for that verse alone. This is not good enough. What is needed is an over-arching framework in which all such problematic issues are interpreted logically and consistently in a modern manner that allows co-existence with other belief systems (Not just in individual cases, and not only when someone else is brave enough to bring up the issue and challenge the muslim apologists about it.) Consistent by all other verses of Koran and established Islamic traditional sources of legitimacy.
If you have such a framework, by all means introduce and explain it here. That is precisely what I urged you to do. Join the debate and argue, instead of whining and attacking people who disagree with you and use their right of freedom of speech to express their views.

Here is another website that disgarees with you and corroborates what Amil is arguing for, with Koranic and Hadith references:

Again, you might diagree with their view of Islam, but then you have to give us a more rigorous substantial interpretation. More over, this is what the many official versions of Islam are saying with millions of followers. Actually all four major schools of Sunni Islam and the traditional Ja`frai fiqh of Shi`a Islam agree on this, and say exactly that which the above site is promoting. Your opinion is that of one person. You can explain how you think this problem of millions of people, who try to follow such official views of Islam, has to be practically dealt with?

Here is an indepth analysis of the problem of muslim loyalty to non-muslim governments:

Satisfied? The burden of refuting all the official traditional teachings is on you, not the other way around. Now if you have any worthwhile arguments, present them and learn how to debate the ideas in a civilized manner, instead of attacking and slandering those who have different opinions from you.


More Jokes from Mr. Mammad

by AnonymousIrooni (not verified) on

Dear Mammad Agha,

Again you with the jokes such as:

"Have you read, for example, what many Israeli leaders have said about muslims and Palestinians, to compare them with what a few muslim leaders have said about Jews, to see which one is worse? Have you read what the Christian Hezbollah and Jewish Hezbollah say about muslims and compare them with what muslims say about Christians to see which one is worse?"

I am sure there are "zionist" who have spoken none sense in the past about arabs and Islam. However, can any of them match the clips below that we see on IRI TV? Please show them to us on Israeli tv and please show the context they are shown on Israeli tv. Please show the Israeli leaders that are in level with Rafsanjani & Ahmadinejad, and the rest of the seyyeds below, who are talking this type of trash. We need to see what you are referring to above when you say "Israeli Leaders". At least arabs and jews are killing each other and if they say stupid crap its from the heat of the battle.

Have jews or zionist killed any Iranians to deserve this kind of pure anti semitism? Have you no shame dear professor?

Please be honest for once professor.


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nothing sacred but a brotherly consideration

by Seagull (not verified) on

For the benefit of revisiting the true message of religion, safegaurding and education and enlightenment of humanity.
In 2002 the international governing body of the Bahai faith issued a statement to the religiuos leaders of all faiths. It is of great relevence to the challenges that we collectively face today. Also in the interest of better understanding the diverse beleifs of the family we call humanity and the pitfalls that we must overcome to establish enduring peace for us and our future generations.



Why take this seriously do you take Bush's statements serious!

by Anonymous-2 (not verified) on

All one has to do is replace what Amil Imani is saying verbatum with G.W. Bush, John Hagee (the mad and crazy Christian Zionist), Daniel Pipes, and the rest of Ziocons.

Islam has now replaced the former Soviet Union as the new enemy to be feared. Lies, misinformation, disinformation, are spread on a continuous basis to demonize Islam. After all what can the U.S. do if it has no enemies to fight? What will happen to its military industrial complex? How will it be able to establish its hegemony in the Middle East; how can it engage in a policy of divide and conquer? How can it steal the oil and natural resources of the Middle East? A monster has to be created, and that monster is now labeled Islam.

The idea that Islam is not compatible with democracy demonstrates Imani's superficial knowledge of the religion. If you read any of the Ziocon articles about Islam they all state the same thing about Islam, nothing new or educational with respect to this writing; the same old blah, blah, boring over and over recitation of the same articles over and over again.

Not to worry for every Amil Imani there are thousands of well educated scholars who are battling these hate mongers and fascists, racists and bigots.

Obviously Imani fears the fact that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world; and he believes by writing such articles he can put a stop to this!



by afshin on

It's funny how a fairly innocuous comment I had made about Zionism (Not Judaism), was deleted by our gracious host a few days ago, yet it's ok to demonize the faith of over 1.3 billion people.  Adding insult to injury is that when we mention these discrepencies our host sees it fit to say "take it or leave it".  I'm not a religious person but I find the commentary by Mr. Amil Imani grossly offensive.  Perhaps the hosts would consider renaming this website from to hail-zionists and muslims are the center of all



by Zion on

Amil`s article is discussing a very important topic. There are many opinons and points of view here, and most agree that Islam in its present condition is not suited for modern world that has already gone through enlightenment. The real debate is whether Islam is refomrable at all or would it disintegrate because it is too solid and inflexible, after all the religion itself means `(absolute) submission` . (for example just take a look at the reaction of `Iranian-` in the comment above yours to get a taste of what I am talking about.)

It is a lively debate with many points of view. Amil`s article, like his previous ones is a very well argued clear statement of one position in this regard.

I suggest, instead of crying out for censorship and omission of people`s voices, you sit down and take the pain of writing a response and, for the first time in your life, actually argue for your own point of view and join this debate. How about that?

Iranian-: I think the correct arabic form in `mufsid fi al-ardh`, not `mofsed al fil arz`, but I might be mistaken. It is the technical Islamic term for `corrupters of earth`, right?


Re: Islam Is a Trojan Horse

by Iranian- on

You fit the perfect definition of Mofsed-Al-Fil-Arz. They could actually put you name (with links to your articles) in the dictionary next to the example for defining the word itself. Salman Rusdie would be proud of you!

You have now convinced Iranian and non-Iranian Muslims that the Muslim governments are actually correct to curb the likes of you and their supporters in Iran and outside.

You and the Zionists are the true enemies of Iranians, Islam and Muslims. This article and the people who support it, actively or passively,  creates the perfect evidence for the people who were looking to an answer for all their questions regarding disgruntled minorities and their foreign Zionist supporters.

I think that Mr. Ahmadinejad was actually right when he said that "The Islam is in danger!"!  Aren't you proud that you actually helped IRI with this article of yours? Good job!

Of course, you and the likes of you will not win. You and your supporters can only talk your irrational hate on this site.

I am astounded that the people running this site actually allow trash like this to be published. But maybe in this particular case it answered some questions, at least for me.



by Mammad (not verified) on

"One cannot be a faithful muslim and an American at the same time."

Wow! What a sweeping racist statement! Making such racist statements is courageous?

So, what do you suggest Mr. Imani? Expelling 8 million muslims from the US, or force them to convert to Christianity? What would you do with, for example, Representative Keith Ellison of Minnesota, who is a faithful muslim and an American? Has your beloved West created not enough refugee problems around the world?

Have you read, for example, what many Israeli leaders have said about muslims and Palestinians, to compare them with what a few muslim leaders have said about Jews, to see which one is worse? Have you read what the Christian Hezbollah and Jewish Hezbollah say about muslims and compare them with what muslims say about Christians to see which one is worse?

Of course, expecting Imani to read is too much.

The stench of Imani's diatribes against 1.2 billion muslims is really strong. His undisguised racism is repugnant. But, what is evcen worse is seeing how he is cheered on by a few like-minded bigots. Zion, for example, tries to present himself as a rational, unprejudiced man, but he just cannot help revealing his true colours when he sees such racists "articles."

Shame on you both, Imani and Zion. Shame on all those who cheer this bigot on.


Good article

by Zion on

As usual.


to: Amirkabir4u

by M. (not verified) on

Amil's religion is: Good thought, Good words, Good Deeds.
Check his web page. I have a great respect for him & very proud of him for all he does to help us to understand what is our true identity.


Gondeh ......

by Alborzi (not verified) on

For some reason they like to over estimate their
influence. Europe will not be muslim in 120 years either. They say they are making centrifuges, but they are having major problems. I never figure out if the people who repeat their stupid boast (for illiterate followers) know its meaningless( like wiping israel, Israel has 500 bombs+nuclear submarines+USA) or they truly believe the boast.



by amirkabear4u on

What is your religion Amil? You sound too sophisticated to be a christian!!!


Effecive tool to curb Islam

by mehdi Mazloom (not verified) on

It is well known that Islam was, and still is sustained by intimidation, fear and oppression.

One way to counter the Islam is for the west actively and aggressively promote the concept of free speech. Forget religion, only the whole concept of freedom of expression.

If the Europeans are any smart, they should take the time, and devotion to educate young Muslims in High Schools and universities the virtues of freedom to discuss any subject, including Islam and its role in modern society. The basic thrust is if we discuss and criticize our own religion, so it will be Islam as well.

Once these young are indoctrinated in the quality of freedom, they will be the one who will go back to their own communities to ask some hard and poignant questions about their own system.

The same effort should be promoted throughout the Islamic countries. When that point is reached, it is guarratied that Islam as is known today will implode under its own weight.


good job

by MRX1 (not verified) on

you need to send this article to liberal idiots in U.S and Europe. Although I see no hope for them waking up from their deep sleep untill it's too late...


Amil, as usual a truthful and literary work.

by mahmoudg on

Great Job.