And now, an interesting look at the concept of "evangelism" as it is practiced in the "religion of peace." In this video, a Muslim "cleric," the Right Reverend Mahmoud Al-Masri, giddily recounts the conversion of a non-Muslim based upon a deliberate misrepresentation of what the "religion" actually teaches. Observe his giggling, beaming description of this intentional prevarication: this man (if such he can be called) is proud of the cleverness of Islamic deceit.
In Islam, this tactic is called "Taqiyya." It is well known to most Muslims, and forms a central part of their interactions with non-Muslims. In the words of Warner MacKenzie:
"The word "Taqiyya" literally means: 'Concealing, precaution, guarding.' It is employed in disguising one's beliefs, intentions, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions or strategies. In practical terms it is manifested as dissimulation, lying, deceiving, vexing and confounding with the intention of deflecting attention, foiling or pre-emptive blocking. It is currently employed in fending off and neutralising any criticism of Islam or Muslims.
"Falsehoods told to prevent the denigration of Islam, to protect oneself, or to promote the cause of Islam are sanctioned in the Qur'an and Sunna, including lying under oath in testimony before a court, deceiving by making distorted statements to the media such as the claim that Islam is a 'religion of peace'. A Muslim is even permitted to deny or denounce his faith if, in so doing, he protects or furthers the interests of Islam, so long as he remains faithful to Islam in his heart." (emphasis added)
For the complete article by MacKenzie, go here. And, by all means, remember this concept next time you hear a Muslim saying such things as, "Jihad merely means the inner struggle for godliness." These savages would climb a tree to lie, when they could stay on the ground and tell the truth.