Islam and Terror: A Match Made In Heaven


Throughout my life I’ve been given easy access to see current events around the world. Access to a computer, the internet, and generally unbiased news sources( Not you Fox or MSNBC) have given me a good look at the constant violence and human rights violations that we(humans) subject each other to. A pretty common theme, I may have cherry picked for this blog, is Islam and Muslims.

I just recently saw a video done by Steven Crowder in which he goes and asks people in Dearborn, MI to make him a wedding cake for a marriage between two men. The thing is, Dearborn has a HUGE concentration of Middle-Eastern immigrants and Muslims. The big surprise is they don’t make his cake for him. Obviously homophobia is wrong and these people are bass ackwards, but why aren’t they getting a lawsuit? Where’s the outcry? Where’s the slacktivism from Tumblrinas and SJW’s?

Now let’s get some things straight, I don’t hate Muslims just because they’re Muslims. I hate them for the actions of their culture, for the actions of their religion, and the actions of the countries that they are the majority in. I just think it’s hypocritical that people will sit there and condemn christianity for being backwards and wrong, I most certainly think it is, and then in the next sentence they will call Islam a religion of peace. It’s enough to make one’s blood boil. Both are screwed up, both are terrible, and both have lead to extreme and disgusting violence. “But Alden, christians came and killed muslims in the 14th and 15th century!” Yeah but, Muslims are starting a Jihad against any non-muslims in the 21st century.

The moral of the story is, not all Muslims are a blight upon the Earth that need to be mercilessly wiped from existence, only a portion are. The second moral is, no it is not a religion of peace and those who practice it are not any better than christians. People hate Islam because of what people do in it’s name, and that hatred isn’t a product of those white devils telling lies. Hatred is the natural reaction to the cowardly, disgusting, killing of civilians in droves in the name of a god. If you’re a muslim or  a christian and someone hates you for it, you should probably think twice about why you currently practice that religion, and stop blaming them for being hateful.


7 thoughts on “Islam and Terror: A Match Made In Heaven

  1. Emily Hoyt says:

    It says in the Koran to hold to the five pillars, and for those who are devout Muslims, the rules and regulations of their religion are important to them, so the things in which they participate are individual select.


  2. cmarsh63 says:

    There are so much better things to believe in besides religion though, religion is just a group of people following the same ways, with the same beliefs, believing scripture on pages. What Alden is saying is 100% true though, if Muslims keep creating a bad image for themselves, people are not going to change their views. Same goes for christians, mormans, and any other religion out there. People also think that they have a sense of superiority due to the group that they are involved in, no, they are just like all the other close minded bible thumpers in their circle. Not trying to be a dick, I just don’t like the contents of religion.


  3. kalebfowler says:

    I agree that people cause violence and for many reasons that islam is the cause of this violence. It says in the quran that Allah told them to be causing this violence. You can’t blame a group of people for what all of the population didnt do.


    1. Cyndi Faircloth says:

      The Quran actually doesn’t advocate violence. Those who say that are warping the beliefs of most of the people who practice Islam in the world today. Being an extremist is not the same as being Muslim.


      1. thistherealhd says:

        Quran (2:191-193) – “And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And Al-Fitnah [disbelief or unrest] is worse than killing…
        but if they desist, then lo! Allah is forgiving and merciful.


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