From Elsewhere: The ‘projection’ tactics of Islam when it comes to ‘infidels’

The Islamic 'big book of death', usually the deaths of Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs etc


An excellent article from the American online publication ‘Front Page Magazine’. In this article the writer Raymond Ibrahim states that various Islamic commentators and clerics accuse Christians of actions, crimes and oppressions that are in reality more commonly found being done by Muslims in the name of Islam.

These Islamic clerics and commentators accuse Christians of wishing to kill Muslims, of hoarding weapons in their churches and of being allied with Israel. These Islamic sources, sometimes from within nations that have Shariah Law as part of their constitutions, falsely ascribe to Christians attitudes, hatreds and a desire for violence that are more Islamic than Christian.

Raymond Ibrahim said:

A little known fact: When Muslims persecute religious minorities in their midst, they often justify it by projecting the worst aspects of Islam onto the “infidels.”  A well-known phenomenon, “projection” is defined as “the attribution of one’s own ideas, feelings, or attitudes to other people.” One academic article dealing with violence and projection states, “Projection allows the killer to project his (unacceptable) desire to kill (torture, rape, steal, dominate, etc.) onto some target group or person. This demonizes his target, making it even more acceptable to kill.”

Accordingly, anyone who listens to the last video made by ISIS inciting violence against Egypt’s Copts would think the Christian minority is oppressing the Muslim majority, hence the need for “heroic” ISIS to “retaliate.”  Similarly, after ISIS slaughtered 21 Coptic Christians on the shores of Libya in 2016, it made a video portraying its actions as “revenge” against the Coptic Church, which ISIS bizarrely accuses of kidnapping, torturing, and forcing Muslim women to convert to Christianity. (Apparently the killing of nearly 60 Christians in a Baghdad church a few years earlier—which the jihadis then also portrayed as revenge to the Coptic Church’s forced conversion of Muslim women—was not enough).

When a Muslim cleric said that “whenever they [U.S.] invade a Muslim country, they strike on a Sunday. Always,” he too was projecting what he knows of Muslim attacks on infidels.  Look to almost any report of Muslim mob uprisings against Christians and their churches, especially in Egypt, and they are almost always on Fridays—and naturally so: for that is the one day of the week when Muslims congregate in mosques for prayers, only to invariably hear sermons that rile them up against infidels.

I’d strongly advise those interested in the subject of the oppression of Christians in Muslim lands to read the entire article as it shows the hypocrisy of those Muslims who accuse Christians of that which Muslims are themselves doing to Christians. You can find the full article by clicking on the link below.