Our Declaration of Philosophies


Whoever is compassionate to the cruel will ultimately become cruel to the compassionate.

              — Tanhuma, Parashat Mezora,1; Yalkut Shimoni, I Samuel, Chapter 121

While Islam Exposed is not an Arab or Muslim hate group, there is a distinct difference between Islam (macro-level) and individual Muslims (micro-level), and we do not discriminate against Muslims in general. Nor do we condone any acts of it by others. We do, however, take a firm stand against Islamic teachings and laws that discriminate against non-Muslims, and we vociferously condemn and oppose clerics who use the Qur'an and Hadiths to incite hatred, violence, bigotry, and oppression against others, whether directed at non-Muslims or Muslims.

We are emphatically opposed to the imposition of the Islamic theocratic system of law, Sharia, upon Western society and the brutality towards women, non-Muslims and otherwise, that is condoned and enforced under the auspices of it and in the name of Islam. 

We are fervently against political appeasement and concessions made to hostile Islamic nations, leaders, and organizations, and we will oppose all government policies and politicians who promote efforts to do so. We will continue to support those who do not.

We vehemently object to Muslim demands — whether made through violence or stealth Jihad tactics by Muslim citizens, clerics, and/or Islamic operatives and operations — that in any way, shape, or form conflict with Western values and impinge upon the freedoms and rights of others in Western democratic societies. As echoed succinctly above, "Whoever is compassionate to the cruel will ultimately become cruel to the compassionate." 

We pledge to do everything and anything in our power to enlighten the public about Islam and to defend ourselves against Jihad and the Islamization of Western society . . .

The precept of the Koran is, perpetual war against all who deny, that Mahomet is the prophet of God. The vanquished may purchase their lives, by the payment of tribute; the victorious may be appeased by a false and delusive promise of peace; and the faithful follower of the prophet, may submit to the imperious necessities of defeat: but the command to propagate the Moslem creed by the sword is always obligatory, when it can be made effective. The commands of the prophet may be performed alike, by fraud, or by force.

                                                   — John Quincy Adams Knew Jihad and
"Unsigned Essays" in The American Annual Register 

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