Barack Hussein Obama will put America behind the struggle to end the civil war between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

Barach Hussein Obama presented Islam as the peace movement from the pulpit in the United Nations.
Barach Hussein Obama presented Islam as a global “peace movement” from the pulpit in the United Nations.

This is what Obama said in his address to the United Nations, 23rd of September 2014:

  ” It is time to acknowledge the destruction wrought by proxy wars and terror campaigns between Sunni and Shia across the Middle East. And it is time that political, civic and religious leaders reject sectarian strife”.

There is nothing new about wars within religions. Christianity endured centuries of vicious sectarian conflict. Today, it is violence within Muslim communities that has become the source of so much human misery.

So let’s be clear: This is a fight that no one is winning. A brutal civil war in Syria has already killed nearly 200,000 people, displaced millions. Iraq has come perilously close to plunging back into the abyss. The conflict has created a fertile recruiting ground for terrorists who inevitably export this violence.

“Islam about education and innovation”

And here I’d like to speak directly to young people across the Muslim world. You come from a great tradition that stands for education, not ignorance; innovation, not destruction; the dignity of life, not murder. Those who call you away from this path are betraying this tradition, not defending it.
You have demonstrated that when young people have the tools to succeed — good schools, education in math and science, an economy that nurtures creativity and entrepreneurship — then societies will flourish. So America will partner with those that promote that vision.

“Islam is genuine democracy”

And such positive change need not come at the expense of tradition and faith. We see this in Iraq, where a young man started a library for his peers. “We link Iraq’s heritage to their hearts,” he said, and “give them a reason to stay.” We see it in Tunisia, where secular and Islamist parties worked together through a political process to produce a new constitution. We see it in Senegal, where civil society thrives alongside a strong democratic government. We see it in Malaysia, where vibrant entrepreneurship is propelling a former colony into the ranks of advanced economies. And we see it in Indonesia, where what began as a violent transition has evolved into a genuine democracy.

Pray to “any god”

They remind me that no matter who you are, or where you come from, or what you look like, or what God you pray to, or who you love, there is something fundamental that we all share. Eleanor Roosevelt, a champion of the UN and America’s role in it, once asked, “Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places,” she said, “close to home — so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. Yet they are the world of the individual person; the neighborhood he lives in; the school or college he attends; the factory, farm or office where he works.”

Source: The Time of Israel

My comment:

It must be painful for Obama, to se his Muslim brothers killing each other. This is not the way Obama want to present Islam.

The political elite of the World are ready to form a new One World Government. The only stumbling block towards World Peace, is Shia and Sunni Muslims continue fighting each other.  And of course the stuborn Zionists in Israel.

When Obama underline that “Islam stands for peace”, the US president speaks about his own Islamic convictions. What Obama calls “true Islam”. Hussein Obama see so many positive signals from the Muslim World.  Like “Peace in Tunisia”, “good governance in Senegal”, and even “true democracy in Indonesia”.

To bring us all into the One World Religion, we must accept that people might pray to “any god”. Surely, as long as no one claims that Jesus the Messiah is the only God who can save you. Such a view will soon be branded as extermeny intolerant and a criminal isult against “the prophet”.

Written by Ivar