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Islamic fascist
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Islamic fascist (plural Islamic fascists)

A Muslim proponent of fascism.
“In World War II we fought Nazism and Japanese imperialism. Today, we are fighting against Islamic fascism,”—Senator Rick Santorum, Republican Senator, July 20, 2006 [1]
“The recent arrests that our fellow citizens are now learning about are a stark reminder that this nation is at war with Islamic fascists who will use any means to destroy those of us who love freedom, to hurt our nation.”—President George W. Bush, August 11, 2006 [2] [3] [4]
“The Islamo-fascists are fighting us on an asymmetrical, global battlefield that spans from Baghdad to Pakistan to Indonesia to the streets of London. To retreat from any battlefront where we are engaged with this enemy is foolish and reckless.”—Wade Zirkle, Veterans For Freedom, a Republican-led 527, August 11, 2006. [5]



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făsh'ĭz(ə)m /ˈfæʃɪz(ə)m/, /"f{SIz(@)m/

A political regime based on strong centralized government, suppressing through violence any criticism or opposition of the regime, and exalting nation, state, or religion above the individual.
A system of strong autocracy.
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Look up Islamic fascist in
Wiktionary, the free dictionary.The linking of Islam with historic fascism or neofascism has generated contentious debates among scholars and in the media; and is considered by some to be offensive to the religion itself. For pre-1945 events, see Fascism: Overtures to Muslims and Arab countries.

Some analysts and politicians use the term "Islamic fascism" to describe groups of militant Islamic fundamentalists like the Taliban which governed Afghanistan, al Qaeda, Hamas, and Hezbollah. Daniel Pipes, for example, equates only militant Islamism to fascism. Thus Pipes and most others critics say they refer to a small number of Islamist zealots, including terrorist groups such as al Qaeda. See: Islamic extremist terrorism.

Several other outspoken critics of Islam go even further, and claim that Islam itself is fascistic, arguing that Islam shares with fascism what they claim are its essential characteristics, such as totalitarian control.

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The use of the term "Islamofascism" is contentious.

Although the concept of clerical fascism originated with reference to Roman and Orthodox Catholicism, some scholars, including Walter Laqueur, apply it in Islamic contexts. He discusses fascistic influences on militant Islam in his book Fascism: Past, Present, Future.

Robert S. Wistrich has described Islamic fascism as adopting a totalitarian mind-set, a hatred of the West, fanatical extremism, repression of women, loathing of Jews, a firm belief in conspiracy theories, and dreams of global hegemony.[11]

J. Sakai, an analyst, has suggested that some middle-class Islamists have formed groups that can be called fascist [12].

Some dispute the accuracy of the term "Islamic fascism". They argue that political ideologies in the Middle East derived from fascism have usually been violently opposed to Islamism. (see: Hama Massacre). Fascist-derived ideologies in the Middle East such as the Kataeb Party, the Baath party, and the Syrian Social Nationalist Party have been explicitly secular, and have drawn their strongest support from minority groups in the Arab world which feared the consequences of an Islamist government. The founders of the SSNP and the Kataeb were all Christians, while the founders of the Baath Party were Christian and Sunni. The movements have tended to have their strongest Muslim support from religious minorities like the Sunni Arabs of Iraq or the Alawites of Syria.

Discussions of Islamic neofascism often point to strands of Wahhabi or Salafi Islam, which are claimed to display some of the signifiers of fascism or totalitarianism[13], [14], [15]. Sometimes there are specific references to the Muslim Brotherhood and similar movements in Sunni Islam inspired by the writings of Sayyid Qutb, while others use the term neofascism to describe all highly politicized strains of Islam, including Shi'a radicalism as practiced in Iran. Iran practices partial control of the economy, nationalism and leader worship, thus sharing some common ground with fascism.

Politicized strains of Islam, which seek to replace secular governments in Muslim countries with Sharia law, are often simply called Islamist, but this is a broad political category which covers political movements such as Turkey's Justice and Development Party which do not seek to overthrow secular constitutions. The classification of that party as Islamist is, however, disputed, precisely on those grounds. Others have proposed to classify it as an Islamic Democracy movement instead.

On the other hand, some political commentators began to link Islam to fascism. For example, in 2001, Christopher Hitchens wrote "[T]he bombers of Manhattan represent fascism with an Islamic face, and there's no point in any euphemism about it. What they abominate about "the West," to put it in a phrase, is not what Western liberals don't like and can't defend about their own system, but what they do like about it and must defend: its emancipated women, its scientific inquiry, its separation of religion from the state." — Christopher Hitchens in Against Rationalisation, The Nation 2001.

2006 controversy
In late 2005, President George W. Bush and other high U.S. government officials began to refer to the idea of "Islamo-fascism" or (slightly later) "Islamic fascism", and suggested that opposing militant Islamic terrorism was similar to opposing the Nazis during World War II. [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24]

This created storm of controversy as supporters and opponents debated these contentions.[4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] To see a discussion of the use of the term, see Islamofascism.

Criticism of linking Islamic movements to fascism or neofascism
A number of academics disagree with the use of the term fascism in the context of militant Islamic movements. Roger Griffin believes it stretches the term fascist too far to apply it to "so-called fundamentalist or terrorist forms of traditional religion (i.e. scripture or sacred text based with a strong sense of orthodoxy or orthodoxies rooted in traditional institutions and teachings)." He does, however, concede that the United States has seen the emergence of hybrids of political religion and fascism in such phenomena as the Nation of Islam and Christian Identity, and that Bin Laden's al Qaeda network may represent such a hybrid. He is unhappy with the term 'clerical fascism,' though, since he says that "in this case we are rather dealing with a variety of 'fascistized clericalism.'"


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Based on The definition of the word "fascist." The "Islamic-fascist." Correct Term:
1. a) A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition though terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism. b) A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.

2. Oppressive, dictatorial control.

It seems to me that the definition of the word fits radical Islamic, jihad, suicide bombers/murderers and their leaders, like Ahmadinejad, Osama bin Laden and their followers.


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Europe Shall Bleed, Once Again

Friday, 23 May 2008

Me and my brother against my cousin; me, my brother, and my cousin against the other. This is an old Muslim saying and Muslims live by this motto. To be sure the people of the-religion of peace-find the world full of “other,” to oppress and kill, both within as well as without the Islamic Ummah.

Civilized peoples’ idea of the “other” is the exact opposite of that of Muslims. All over Europe, for one, people have been singing the praises of multiculturalism; the idea that everybody should bend over backwards to accommodate the different in society. However, the different in this case are the hordes of invasive Muslims, with their rigid medieval ideas about every aspect of private and public life.

To Muslims, anyone who doesn’t toe the line of Islam, as each sect defines it, is the “other” and fair game as kafir (blasphemous; unbeliever in Allah). The “other” covers a broad spectrum: the six billion or so people of the world who are not Muslims, including the Jews and Christians who are considered Dhimmis. Every one of the numerous sects and sub-sects of Islam consider every other sect and sub-sect as “other” to be punished and even eliminated.

Centuries old Sunni-Shiite bloodletting is only one glaring example of the Islamic unceasing animosity for the “other.” Yet, these devotees of Allah never lose sight of the most important objective: destruction of everything non-Islamic and imposition of Islam on everyone and every land. Just recall what the Taliban did to the statues of Buddha, among other things; what the Wahabis are doing throughout the world; and, what the bomb-seeking Shiite mullahs of Iran are doing to the Baha’is in Iran in relentless race to dominate the region, destroy Israel, and later rule the world.

The sword that Muhammad wielded to kill all those who didn’t see things his way has never been sheathed by his followers. As soon as Muhammad died his devoted adherents carried on with his practice of killing. Killing gets merit points for Muslims. The Commander of the Faithful, Ali, the cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad, was knighted by none other than Muhammad for beheading, some 600 unbelievers in one day with his own sword, assisted only by one other killer. Ali’s blood-drenched sword had its own title, Zulfaghar.

The Muslims' killing campaign did not end with their defeat at the gates of Vienna. Their eviction from Spain was a temporary forced retreat. But now the Muslims have, in huge numbers, penetrated the gates of every city and town of Europe without yet having to use their swords.

The Islam in Europe blog reports on the numbers and percentages of Muslims in many European cities. Here are some of the statistics:
Marseilles – 25% (200,000 of 800,000)
Malmö - ~25% (67,000 of 270,000
Amsterdam – 24% (180,000 of 750,000)
Stockholm – 20% (>155,000 of 771,038)
Brussels - ~20% (some say 33%)
Moscow - 16-20% (2 million of 10-12 million)
London – 17% (1.3 million of 7.5 million)
Luton - 14.6% (26,963)
Birmingham 14.3% (139,771)
The Hague - 14.2% (67,896 of 475,580)
Utrecht - 13.2% (38,300 of 289,000)
Rotterdam – 13% (80,000 of 600,000)
Copenhagen - 12.6% (63,000 of 500,000)
Leicester – 11% (>30,000 of 280,000)
Aarhus - ~10%
Zaan district (Netherlands) - 8.8 percent
Paris - 7.38% (155,000 of 2.1 million)
Antwerp- 6.7% (>30,000 of >450,000)
Hamburg - 6.4% (>110,000 of 1.73 million)
Berlin - 5.9% (~200,000 of 3.40 million)

In the West, an unholy coalition of mentally-deranged suicidal-homicidal liberals; together with self-selling Islamic apologists; are doing their level best to assist the Islamists in the destruction of the existing order of freedom and liberty.

In Europe, the gullible, self-indulging native non-Muslims have welcomed the arrivals as a source of cheap labor to serve their needs for a life devoted to self-gratification with little concern for the future. Europe is living on credit. And the creditors are hordes of Muslims who have already started delivering their bills.

Many affluent Europeans who see the handwriting on the wall are packing and moving to North America, Australia, and other seemingly safe lands. Yet, the Muslims’ bills, with compounded interest, shall continue to be delivered to those who remain behind. In response, politicians will keep bending backwards to placate the evermore powerful creditors by gradually instituting the Islamic Shariah as the law of the land. Before very long, Europe will have to turn its deed over to the new Islamic invaders or rebel and fight block by block, city by city. That’s when Europe shall bleed, once again.
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