Any American that believes Islam is a 'religion of peace' is an ally of the world's most hideous and barbaric ideology. Yes, an ally of a dogma so repulsive that it demands the genital mutilation of young girls.
In short, to believe that Islam is peaceful is un-American.
The Koran contains at least 164 passages that command Muslims to engage in violent jihad. From rape to decapitation, every single word is in lethal contrast to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
The cornerstone of our constitutional republic - "All men are created equal" - is considered anathema to Islam. The Koran not only refers to Jews as "pigs" and Christians as "infidels", but also demands that they either submit or die.
Koranic dogma is very clear when it comes to how Jews and Christians (that refuse to submit) are to be dealt with:
I will instil terror into the hearts of the unbelievers: smite ye above their necks and smite all their fingertips off.
This passage from Koran 8:12 has been quoted numerous times by ISIS just before it carries out a mass beheading. The Islamic terror group knows (and fully understands) that the Koran authorizes such hyper-barbarity.
Saudi Arabia, Islam's birthplace, is nothing more than a mecca of human rights abuses where men and women are frequently beheaded for violating sharia law. In fact, if a woman is even suspected of adultery, she is executed in public to the shrill and endless chants of "Allahu Akbar."
Lest we forget that Islam's so-called prophet, Mohammed, instituted beheadings as the primary punishment for violating Islamic creeds, he ordered and supervised the beheading of the ancient Bani Qurayza tribe. In the end, over 900 men and boys were executed as their women (forced to watch) looked on in great horror and disbelief.
From Mohammed's mass beheadings to the recent terror attacks in Great Britain, Islam's well chronicled history of violence, mayhem and misery is not only unparalleled, but also clearly undeniable. Yet, given the facts, some Americans still believe that it is a religion of peace.
Now that's un-American.