Anni Cyrus, Former Muslim Child Bride, Reveals Chilling Details on Islam...
On last week's show we discussed all things Islam. In other words, the conversational version of dumpster diving. It wasn't without its perks though: the lovely Anni Cyrus made an appearance to talk about what it was like growing up under Sharia law. Spoiler alert: it sucked.
Firsthand accounts like Anni's are the stories the left always seems to ignore (Surprise! Ex-Muslim Says 'Islam is incompatible with the values of human rights'...). Stupidly, might I add. Why? Because someone who experienced the full weight of Islam's suckage can provide more insight into it than, say... a hashtag. But still, #NotAllMuslims, right?
Anni Cyrus disagrees, and she would know. She also thinks you need to know just what Islam is really like. You know, beneath all the hijabs and hashtags. The abuse that she underwent is considered the norm in Islamic regions.
It does really piss me off when they say, "Oh, you just had a couple bad experiences." Really? I'm giving you verses from the Quran and hadith from Muhammad.
Islam is not a religion. Islam is an ideology. That's the main thing [people] need to know, because as soon as we get that out of the way, they cannot hide behind our First Amendment anymore. So they can't have a freebie pass. If it was up to me, I would ban Sharia. When you ban Sharia, they can't have mosques either. One thing about mosques is, a lot of people automatically assume a mosque is just where they do their prayers... And no, they don't. As soon as a mosque goes up, that means that area has been conquered by Sharia law. That mosque turns into a Sharia court. There are over 72 hadith where Muhammad mentions that every imam that runs a mosque has the power to make decisions for family courts.
The point is: Islam is dangerous. Like Cyrus points out, it squeezes the freedom out of any region unlucky enough to get trapped in its clutches. Meanwhile leftists like Obama continue to scold us for being "Islamophobic." Because diversity... Or something. Yeah, no thanks. I'll cast my lot with someone who's actually experienced and warned us about it.