Screen 1: “A Jew came to the Prophet asking for his debt and said: ‘You are from the tribe of Abd Manaf whose tribe likes to delay paying debts.’ When Umar heard this, he swore that he would cut off the Jew's head.”




Screen 2: “‘Whoever is submissive to the likes and dislikes of a woman will be thrown by Allah into Hell,’ and ‘A man’s sin is as great as his wife’s ignorance.’”




Screen 3: "Those who die and never went to war (in the cause of Allah), nor had the intention of doing so, will die as in the state of jahilliyah (ignorance)."




Screen 4: "A Muslim must always worship Allah and wage jihad until death..."




Screen 5: 'Usul Al-Fiqh Al-Islami,' edited by the International Institute of Islamic Thought.




Screen 6: “Khalid ibn al Walid wrote to Abu Bakr, telling him that in some areas of the Arabian Peninsula he had found men engaging in homosexual practices. Abu Bakr decided to consult the Sahabah of the Prophet (PBUH) as to what he should do about it... Abu Bakr wrote back to Khalid to tell him that they should be burnt to death; and this was done.”




Screen 7: 'Towards Understanding Islam,' written by the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood of Pakistan (Jamaat-e-Islami), Syed Abul Ala Maududi.




Screen 8: "David's Zabur, the Torah and the Injil exist with the Jews and the Christians, but the Qur'an informs us that people have changed and added to these books, and G-d's words have mixed up with texts of their own making. This corruption and pollution of the Books has been so large and so evident that even the Jews and the Christians themselves admit that they do not possess their original texts, and have only their translations, which have been altered over many centuries and are still being changed."




Screen 9: "The greatest sacrifice for G-d is made in Jihad, for in it a man sacrifices not only his own life and property in His cause but destroys those of others also."




Screen 10: 'Al-Ma'thurat,' written by the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun), Hassan Al-Banna.




Screen 11: Text published by the Muslim American Society ("MAS/MAC Youth Department").




Screen 12: 'To What Do We Invite Humanity,' written by the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun), Hassan Al-Banna.




Screen 13: 'Toward the Light,' written by the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun), Hassan Al-Banna.




Screen 14: "Political, judicial and administrative goals... Reinforcing the armed forces, and increasing the number of youth groups; igniting in them the spirit of Islamic jihad."




Screen 15: MAS-Tampa E-Library, July 18, 2006.




Screen 16: MAS-Tampa E-Library, June 9, 2004.

 


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