As you become more brainwashed, gradually you develope a sense of victimhood. You lose your own identity
. You become an anonymous part of the amorphous ummah
, a 'slave of Allâh ...' You start seeing the world differently. The feeling of "us" versus "them" becomes stronger every day. "They" are the evil ones, the detractors and the enemies of God. They are the oppressors and the wrongdoers. Everyone who is not a Muslim, especially your brand of Islam, is part of "them." "Us" are the oppressed ones, the wronged ones and the victims. "Us" are the true believers, the ones that do Allaâ's will and his work. Then you start believing that you have the true faith and the true religion that tells you to fight, to kill these enemies that oppress you and be harsh with them
. You are told that Allâh will make you victorious, and will give you an eternity of sensual delights.
A "moderate Muslim" can become an extremist and terrorist overnight.
As long as Muslims believe in Islam, each and every one of them is a potential terrorist. Islam orders its followers to kill non-believers in the name of its god. This holy obligation is unique to Islam.
Indeed, Allâh says that he loves the Mujahidin (Muslim fighters) most.
They are the best of Muslims. They will inherit the most luscious and erotic eternity in paradise
. The "moderate Muslims" are the hypocrites and weak in their religion. Gradual indoctrination is the modus operandi in all cults, where the core truth and the real agenda of the cult is concealed and is spoon-fed to the believers slowly. Hardcore members of cults say one thing to the outside world and another among themselves ..."
... continued with the astonishing writings of Ali Sina and convincing evidence in the book "Understanding Muhammad"
, of the comparison with other cults (e. g. 'People's Temple' of Jim Jones), and why those 'fits like a glove' with Islam, and about why he glorified martyrdom and death on battlefields ... and a lot of other "eye-opening" chapters of the true Islam by Ali Sina, ex-Musim of Iran