We’ve seen it all before, haven’t we? Which is why we must fight it.


We knew our German Christian neighbours all our lives. Yes, we knew the Schmidt family were Nazi party members, but we thought they would never betray us to the Gestapo. We ate with them. We are one people. “

First of all, the quotation above is not accurate, it’s mostly real but it has had a few changes made to it. The changes were made in order to emphasise the danger that everybody faces, from those who pretend all too readily to offer friendship and fealty to us.

The original quotation comes not from the annals of the appalling horror of the Shoah, but from modern day Iraq. In that benighted place, we are seeing Muslim neighbour turn on Christian or Yazidi neighbour. For decades the Muslims feigned friendship with their Christian neighbours, until the chance came along for the Muslims to have the upper hand.

Here’s the original quotation, from the ‘No Compulsion’ website, and you can see what I mean when I say that what is happening to the Christians and Yazidis and other non-Muslim minorities of the Middle East is a disaster that could easily turn into genocide.

We knew our Muslim neighbours all our lives. Yes, we knew the Diab family were quite radical, but we thought they would never betray us. We ate with them. We are one people.

A few of the Diab family had left months ago and we guessed they were with the Nusra [al-Qaeda front]. But their wives and children were still here. We looked after them. Then, two days before the Nusra attacked, the families suddenly left the town. We didn’t know why. And then our neighbours led our enemies in among us.

These Muslim families lived alongside their Christian neighbours for years, decades even, and gave the Christians no reason to suppose that these good Muslim families would turn on them in a murderous way. The areas where Christian and Muslim lived side by side seemed to be the type of perfect multi-cultural and multi-religious harmonious communities that so many of the West’s interfaith wallahs wish for. However the worm in the bud was Islam. When ISIS and other terrorist groups came on the scene, Muslims joined up with them with enthusiasm, and equally enthusiastically it seems, set about expelling, forcibly converting or murdering the Christians and members of other minority religious groups. Yet again Islam shows that it is not a religion of peace.

Here’s what ‘No Compulsion’ had to say about the way Christians and Yazidis are being treated

Days ago, after the Islamic State [IS] entered the Syrian city of Hassakè, prompting a mass exodus of Christians, a familiar, though often overlooked scene, took place: many otherwise “normal” Muslims joined ranks with IS, instantly turning on their long-time Christian neighbors.

This is the third category of Muslims that lurks between “moderates” and “radicals”: “sleepers,” Muslims who appear “moderate” but who are merely  waiting for circumstances to turn to Islam’s advantage before they join the jihad; Muslims who are waiting for the rewards of jihad to become greater than the risks.

There is no lack of examples of these types of Muslims.  The following are testimonials from non-Muslims, mostly Christian refuges from those regions of Iraq and Syria now under Islamic State (or other jihadi) control.  Consider what they say about their longtime Sunni neighbors who appeared “moderate”—or at least non-violent—but who, once the jihad came to town, exposed their true colors:

Georgios, a man from the ancient Christian town of Ma‘loula—one of the few areas in the world where the language of Christ was still spoken—told of how Muslim neighbors he knew all his life turned on the Christians after al-Nusra, another jihadi outfit, invaded in 2013:

We knew our Muslim neighbours all our lives. Yes, we knew the Diab family were quite radical, but we thought they would never betray us. We ate with them. We are one people.

A few of the Diab family had left months ago and we guessed they were with the Nusra [al-Qaeda front]. But their wives and children were still here. We looked after them. Then, two days before the Nusra attacked, the families suddenly left the town. We didn’t know why. And then our neighbours led our enemies in among us.

The Christian man explained with disbelief how he saw a young member of the Diab family whom he knew from youth holding a sword and leading foreign jihadis to Christian homes.  Continues Georgios:

We had excellent relations. It never occurred to us that Muslim neighbours would betray us. We all said “please let this town live in peace — we don’t have to kill each other.”  But now there is bad blood. They brought in the Nusra to throw out the Christians and get rid of us forever. Some of the Muslims who lived with us are good people but I will never trust 90 per cent of them again.

A teenage Christian girl from Homs, Syria—which once had a Christian population of approximately 80,000, but which is now reportedly zero—relates her story:

We left because they were trying to kill us. . . . They wanted to kill us because we were Christians. They were calling us Kaffirs [infidels], even little children saying these things. Those who were our neighbors turned against us. At the end, when we ran away, we went through balconies. We did not even dare go out on the street in front of our house. I’ve kept in touch with the few Christian friends left back home, but I cannot speak to my Muslim friends any more. I feel very sorry about that. (Crucified Again, p. 207)

When asked who exactly threatened and drove Christians out of Mosul, which fell to the Islamic State a year ago, another anonymous Christian refugee responded:

We left Mosul because ISIS came to the city. The [Sunni Muslim] people of Mosul embraced ISIS and drove the Christians out of the city. When ISIS entered Mosul, the people hailed them and drove out the Christians….

The people who embraced ISIS, the people who lived there with us… Yes, my neighbors. Our neighbors and other people threatened us. They said: “Leave before ISIS get you.” What does that mean? Where would we go?…  Christians have no support in Iraq. Whoever claims to be protecting the Christians is a liar. A liar!

The ‘No Compulsion’ writer then goes on to detail the similar appalling treachery meted out to the Yazidi community. Then they also speak of Muslim treachery against religious or cultural minorities across history and across the globe. This anecdote from a century ago shows that Muslim treachery towards their non-Muslim neighbours is not a new or novel thing.

The website added:

Lest it seem that this phenomenon of Sunni betrayal is limited to Islamic jihad in Mesopotamia, know that it has occurred historically and currently in other nations.  The following anecdote from the Ottoman Empire is over 100 years old:

Then one night, my husband came home and told me that the padisha [sultan] had sent word that we were to kill all the Christians in our village, and that we would have to kill our neighbours. I was very angry, and told him that I did not care who gave such orders, they were wrong. These neighbours had always been kind to us, and if he dared to kill them Allah would pay us out. I tried all I could to stop him, but he killed them — killed them with his own hand. (Sir Edwin Pears, Turkey and Its PeopleLondon: Methuen and Co., 1911, p. 39)”

The piece on ‘No Compulsion’ is excellent and really is one of those ‘must read’ articles and it is published by an ex-Muslim. You can read the whole article here:


The writer then goes on to show that similar situations, and similar Islamic oppressions are taking place today, in places like Nigeria, and also how Islamic theology encourages Muslims to indulge in the sort of supremacist thought and behaviour that lead to expulsions, forced conversions and ultimately genocide. The scale of the treachery committed by these Muslims is astounding, which is partly why I changed the original quote at the top of the article, which was in order to show that humanity has been here before and most shockingly of all, within living memory. It reminded me very much of how during the early Nazi era, German Jews, even those whose integration was impeccable and who had won the Iron Cross in World War I, were turned on by a growing number of ordinary Germans. In a similar way, the Christians and others of the Middle East have grown to see themselves as part of the local society and community and believe that they are equals in humanity with their Muslim neighbours. However, this is plainly not the case. When an opportunity arises for the Muslims to hold the whip hand, or if they are told to kill because Allah wills it, then they will turn on their neighbours.

If there was any single reason why the world should follow Lord Wiedenfield’s example and rescue Christians from these Jihadist hells, then that reason must be the gross betrayals being committed by Muslims against non-Muslims. The non-Muslims in Iraq and Syria did the right things, they tried to love their neighbours as themselves and shared life and death, celebration and sadness with their Muslim friends, yet they were given over to ISIS and other despicable entities as if these Christian humans were of no more worth than cattle.

We travel across the world now to Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States for another writer questioning the attitudes of the followers of Islam, but mostly criticising their silence in the face of terror committed by Muslims.

Joe Fitzgerald writing in the Boston Herald said:

Allah certainly needs no defense here, but he sure might appreciate a kind word or two from his ardent flock.

Where are his people, his rational followers, when he needs them?

The silence from this self-proclaimed peaceful religion has never been more deafening. What is it they say in Israel, “The friend of my enemy is my enemy”?

Well, the best friends of Muslim madmen are the everyday Muslims who remain mum while their savage brethren declare their spirituality by wantonly slaughtering Americans.

We’ve certainly seen that here, haven’t we?

It was here that undetected barbarians hijacked fully fueled planes to New York where they cried “All praise to Allah!” as they crashed into the towers of the World Trade Center, killing thousands to proclaim their warped sense of faith.

It was here that the Tsarnaev brothers placed explosives in the midst of a marathon crowd. As the younger one, Dzhokhar, later explained through scribblings on the boat in which he was captured, “The US government is killing innocent citizens. I can’t stand to see such evil go unpunished.”

So to avenge the alleged “killing of innocent citizens,” the brothers thought they’d settle the score with homemade bombs designed to shred skin and shatter bones.

It was here, just a month ago, police fatally shot Usaamah Abdullah Rahim, foiling his plan “to get those boys in blue.”

Where was the outrage, the revulsion, the condemnation in the Muslim community? Its stony silence implied complicit approval.

Now another Muslim crackpot has murdered four unarmed Marines.

To its list of blood-soaked battlegrounds — Corregidor, Bougainville, Saipan, Tinian, Roi-Namur, Iwo Jima, Wake Island, Guam — must the Corps now add Chattanooga?

This is not a time for Muslims to be tight-lipped.

Have they nothing to say? Do they not discuss this in their mosques?

Read the rest of this piece here:


Mr Fitzgerald then went on to ask what many others have asked over the years which is ‘where is the Muslim outrage’ after an atrocity? It really is not enough to keep their heads down, really it isn’t. Why isn’t Trafalgar Square in London full of Muslims saying ‘not in my name?’ To my mind the Islamic community has so disastrously failed to disassociate itself from the terrorists and other criminals it produces, that it I can see it making more and more people wonder just how much support Jihadism has among Muslims? Treachery by Muslims against their non-Muslim neighbour does not only mean denouncing the non-Muslims to Jihadis; it can also mean keeping tight-lipped and in so doing, giving silent approval to various murderers who act in the name of Islam.

Syria and Iraq may be, as a famous politician once said, far away countries of which we know little, but that doesn’t mean that what is happening there today could not happen here tomorrow. Who out there would be willing to lay money down that if the chips were down, Britain’s own Muslims would not turn on their non-Muslim neighbours? We didn’t think that the cultured and educated Germans would turn on their Jewish neighbours, so why do we continue to believe that our Muslim teacher, nurse, neighbour, work colleague, councillor would not turn on British non-Muslims, if the occasion arises? We’ve seen in these two quoted articles, modern as well of historical examples of Muslims turning on their neighbours and alleged friends when the forces of Islam are achieving power.

This should not mean that we take to the streets with burning torches and other weapons and chase Muslims out of their houses, which is a form of doing unto them first what they might do to us, if they got the chance. But, at the very least, we should be more wary of Muslims, less trusting of their pronouncements and their protestations of fealty, and much more aware of how Islamic communities can turn in an instant on those to whom Muslims once swore friendship.

When it comes to Islam, one of the better non-violent weapons is a healthy distrust of Islam and all it represents. In the Islamic world, moderates can mutate into murderers with extreme rapidity, that is something we should never forget and for which we should always be watchful. If we don’t set a watch on the Muslims in Western countries, then it is likely that they will, one day, set swords or guns or fire to us, our families and our nations.

We’ve seen all this sort of treachery, denouncements and oppression before; which is why the ideology behind this latest manifestation of wrongdoing needs to be fought.

7 Comments on "We’ve seen it all before, haven’t we? Which is why we must fight it."

  1. I don’t think any sensible person trusts mulims anymore, their deafening silence speaks for them.

    • Fahrenheit211 | July 19, 2015 at 3:41 pm |

      Agree there. Morally I would normally feel uncomfortable with stereotyping a whole group called ‘Muslims’ but I’ve seen so many denials that there is an Islamic violence and theology problem, even when it is in plain sight, that I can’t trust any Muslim when they describe any aspect of Islam. You expect any community to have a few bad apples regarding matters of dishonesty or dodgy politics, but with Islam it seems to be that the whole orchard is poison, not just a few apples.

  2. In my opinion anyone who has brought primitive ritual slaughter to this island, eats halal meat and/or believes that all dogs should be killed, is a very violent person. Not people I would trust.

    • Fahrenheit211 | July 19, 2015 at 5:30 pm |

      I’m not too bothered about ritual slaughter provided that it is done by a skilled operative who knows the difficult task of making death by exsanguination as quick as possible. I’m not convinced that there are many halal slaughterhouses which use staff with the appropriate level of skill to do this properly. Bottom of market halal slaughter places are where I would guess the most animal welfare problems happen. Where I am bothered is allowing the consumer to decide whether or not they will consume meat from this source or that source. The consumer should decide, nobody else.

  3. my heart goes out to the betrayed community’s in the first article.
    as for the second article. in my view , after any muslim atrocity there’s 3 muslim responses. deafening silence , fear of “islamaphobic” backlash or a stinking heap of taquia.

    • Fahrenheit211 | July 19, 2015 at 6:39 pm |

      Hicksy I could not agree more with you on that sentiment. How terrible it must have been to have lived side by side with Muslim neighbours, thinking that you are living in peace, only for the Muslims to turn on the Christians who considered the Muslims as friends.

      Re the second part by their silence do these Muslim communities show their support for jihad and Islamism.

  4. I’d say yes. and as in the first article , we have a sleeping enemy among us.
    With some of the politically correct elite falling over themselves to open the floodgates to north african and middle eastern migrants. coupled with the rate they outbreed the indigenous uk population the above story could be a reality in the UK.
    I want to see the incredibly influential main stream media to halt demonising counter jihad and patriotic organisations.
    strong , brave leader types should be allowed to flourish. I’ve been utterly shocked by how farage is interviewed by news journalists.
    its seems acceptable to interrogate him in an overly aggressive manner.
    its like they are trying to make a name for themselves.
    The leftie elite and most media are content feeding the islamofacist crocodile. acoss the pond I hope obama is soon replaced by a republican to stop them heading in the same direction as us.

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