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Video: Ex-Muslim explains the ways lying is allowed and encouraged in Islamic law

“Because You Asked: What’s the Difference Between Taqiyya and Tawriya?”: An ATP Report Production – in this episode, Anni Cyrus explains the details of different ways that lying is allowed and advocated under Sharia. (If their lips are moving …..)

[Byline Robert Spencer]

28 June 2017
Jihad Watch (edited)

This is the Sunna of Mohammed; it is possible to lie to the Kafir (non-Muslim) as long as it advances Islam. This is the nature of Taqiyya.

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Sacred Deception — Taqiyya

Koran 3:28: “Believers should not take Kafirs (unbelievers) as friends in preference to other believers. Who ever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah.” (In other words, if you’re a real friend [to a Kafir], you’re no longer friend of Allah). “ . . . unless you but guard yourself against them [Kafirs], taking precautions.”

Learn the 4 Deception Tactics Muslims are Using to Take Over America 

During his term, Obama and his protected Marxist democrat dhimmis, continually provided Americas with working examples of exactly how Taqiyya is politically legitimized, …in order to maintain unity among Muslims and fraternity among the Shia clerics. Yarden Mariuma writes: “Taqiyya is an Islamic juridical term whose shifting meaning relates to when a Muslim is allowed, under Sharia law, to lie.

How has this been working out so far?


 It is past time to reawaken this sleeping giant.

I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve. ~ Isoroku Yamamoto

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