Saturday, September 08, 2007

More Islamic/Nazi Connection has this interesting comparison between The Qu'ran and Mein Kampf. I first discovered certain similarities in these two books and in the Islamic Hadiths while trolling the book reviews at It was posted in a customer discussion by someone who calls himself, Big Horse.
* Mein Kampf:104 "The invention of democracy is a crying shame.... A majority can never replace the Man." Mein Kampf:106 "The one true leader, provided by Fate, is to be placed in that position."
* Qur'an 4:65 "They can have no Faith, until they make you (Muhammad) judge in all disputes, and find in their souls no resistance against Your decisions, accepting them with complete submission."
* Mein Kampf:1 "The distress of the nation gives us the moral right to acquire foreign soil and territory. The sword is then the plow. From the tears of war there grows the daily bread for generations to come."
* Qur'an 13:41 "Do they not see Us advancing from all sides into the land (of the disbelievers), reducing its borders (by giving it to believers in war victories)
* Mein Kampf:51 "I knew that I must rid the world of her."(speaking of all other polital sysytems, which he saw as being one)
* Qur'an 8:39 "Fight them until all opposition ends and all submit to Allah."
* Mein Kampf:56 "They will not recognize the outrageous curtailment of their human liberties, for in no way does the delusion of an intolerant doctrine dawn on them.
* Qur'an 33:36 "It is not fitting for a Muslim man or woman to have any choice in their affairs when a matter has been decided for them by Allah and His Messenger. They have no option."
* Mein Kampf:56 They see force, brutality, and the aim of the doctrine to which they finally and always submit."
* Qur'an 9:29 "Fight those who do not believe until they all surrender, paying the protective tax in submission."
* "Mein Kampf:56 "The technical tools of Social Democracy became clear to me. I understood the infamous mental terror which this movement exercised on the population which could neither morally nor physically resist such attacks. There was a bombardment of lies and calumnies toward the adversary who seemed most dangerous, till finally the nerves of those who had been attacked gave out and they, for the sake of peace, bowed down to the hated enemy. But these fools will not find peace after all."
* Ishaq:461 "Muhammad besieged them for twenty-five nights. When the siege became too severe for them, Allah terrorized them. Then they were told to submit to the judgment of Allah's Messenger."
* Bukhari :V5B59N448 "They surrendered to the Prophet. 'I give my judgment that their men should be killed, their women and children should be taken as captives, and their properties distributed."'
There is of course, much more. It shows that twisted, totalitarian, Jew-hating minds think alike.

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At 12:49 PM, Blogger jennifer said...

Of course I am not surprised.

At 2:35 PM, Blogger Rancher said...

The only surprise about the edition of Hitler�s Mein Kampf that has become a best seller in Middle Eastern bookstores is its emboldened title translated as �Jihadi� � as in �My Jihad� � confirming in ironic fashion the �moderate� Islamic claim that Jihad just means �struggle,� as in an �inner struggle� � as in a Kampf perhaps.

Victor Davis Hanson

At 2:45 PM, Blogger Harry said...

It's getting harder and harder to be surprised at the depth of hatred coming from Islam and their fellow travelers.

Gee whiz Rancher, there you go again exposing forbidden knowledge. Just ignore the jihadist behind the curtain.


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