Tomio Okamura: ‘Violence an indivisible part of political Islam’
Tomio Okamura is the leader of the SPD political party in the Czech Republic. Although Okamura's father was Japanese and his mother Moravian, his party promotes direct democracy and opposes mass immigration and Islamization.
Published: December 12, 2017, 7:21 am
In the October parliamentary election the SPD came in fourth with about 11 percent of the vote. Before the Czech election, Okamura gave a brief overview of the scriptural basis for Islamic doctrines that promote violence.
“We are witnesses to constant jihadist attacks in Europe. If we do not know what is written about us in the Islamic trilogy — that is, in the Koran, the Sira, the Hadiths — then any explanation of these attacks will be flawed,” he pointed out.
“These attacks are, indeed, the manifestation of jihad, that is, of Islamic Holy War. Violent acts are an indivisible part of the political doctrine of Islam.”
According to Okamura, jihad is consecrated in over a third of the Islamic Trilogy texts, that is the Quran, the Sira and the Hadiths, the three foundational texts of Islamic doctrine.
“They expressly support and legitimize the killing of non-Muslims,” the politician noted and added that jihadist attacks in Europe fully follow the example of the prophet Mohammed.
“For the Jihadists, these acts are the gate to Paradise, without having to wait for Judgment Day.
“The current process of Islamization of the West is happening two or three times faster than ever before in history. Let us remind ourselves that Pakistan used to be Hindu, that Afghanistan used to be Buddhist and that Iran used to be Zoroastrian.
“North Africa, Turkey, the Levant, and Iraq used to worship as Orthodox Christians. The current state of Islamization in these countries is the result of a naïve lack of knowledge about jihad and Sharia Law.”
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