I am at a loss to know what I should call the heinous atrocities carried on in the name of a religion. Ramadan is such a holy month for the Muslims, and we are told that all the ‘satans’ are chained and imprisoned. Who let these rabid dogs out? How many more blood baths? How many more mothers who would lose their sons and daughters and grandchildren and babies? Why do these animals call themselves Muslims? They are not Muslims. They are people without souls. They are murderers, who think they are Muslims, and hide behind the false pretense that by such murders and killings they will attain martyrdom. What a joke! They are not going any where near Paradise and I am sure, Hell is too good a place for the likes of them.
They carry a small black flag that says, There is only One God and Muhammad is His Prophet! SO what do they do? They charge into the holy mosque of the prophet and kill people! What rules are they following? What God are they worshipping. Certainly not the God you and I worship.
These illiterate animal-like humans do not know the first thing about the teachings of the prophet or the Rules of The Almighty, when He specifically says in the Holy Book, that we cannot kill an innocent person, or a woman or a child or even cut a tree down unnecessarily. When a man kills an innocent man, it is as if he has killed the entire humanity.
These men and women who have made it their mission in life to destroy and devastate a land and its people, are deranged and truly, they have no soul. They are not Muslims.
As Ramadan has come to an end, and Muslims around the world are celebrating the end of the fasting season, I pray, most sincerely, that God in His Heaven sees this carnage and hears the wails of the relatives who grieve the deaths of their beloveds, and bring an eternal peace to a fractured world.
I am sorry for such a downer, but for the last week or more, my heart is so heavy and cries with the people of Baghdad, of Madina, of Dhaka and of Turkey. May the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad bring about peace and happiness to all the peoples of the world. Ameen.