When, by an act of its own free will, it rejected the truth that it knew about God, satan became the cosmic “liar and the father of lies.” For this reason, it lives in radical and irreversible denial of God and seeks to impose its own tragic “lie about the good” that is God.
— John Paul II
Socialists and members of the Muslim Brotherhood are infiltrating Washington D.C. and other capitals of the Western world in order to loot the treasury and establish an international tyrannical state.
What do totalitarian socialists and supremacist muslims have in common? They declared war on the Jewish people, and they are both denying the Incarnation of Our Lord. In short, they are tools of satan.
Why did satan declare war on the Jewish people? Because they have a Covenant with God.
If Abraham is identified with the land of Canaan (Ezek. xxxiii. 24), he further represents the formal Covenant of God with the Jewish people, sealed by the rite of circumcision. He stands for the constitution of the Hebrews, way before Moses. From this perspective, the foundational premise of the Jewish people is divine election. The Jews indeed do not constitute a ‘race’; there are Jews of all races, of all colours. In the theologico-political history of the world, the Jewish people figures as the people elected by God, in virtue of the Abrahamic Covenant, — as the elected representative of mankind.
In that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying: ‘Unto thy seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates; the Kenite, and the Kenizzite, and the Kadmonite, and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Rephaim, and the Amorite, and the Canaanite, and the Girgashite, and the Jebusite.’
— Genesis 15:18–21
God elected Israel as the people standing in representation of all the nations of the earth. It is an honour but, due to the Fall of Adam and Eve in the way of the snake and to the subsequent tendency that all people have for sin, it makes the Jewish people the special foe of satan.
It is crucial to understand here that God’s Covenant with Israel is not a mere contract; it is a covenant sealed in flesh and blood — and it can never, ever be broken: for it is eternal.
We see indeed in the Old Testament a continuous pattern of Israel falling away from God, and God taking Israel back.
Abraham and Jerusalem
Abram comes from Ur of the Chaldees. It was the city of the Babylonian moon-god Sin, on the right bank of the Euphrates. The seat of lunar worship, it was a dominant political center of Babylonia.
Mood-God Sin, a proto-allah
On the night when he was born, the friends of Abraham’s father, Terah, among whom were councilors and oracles of King Nimrod, observed a star swallowing up four other stars from the four sides of the sky. They hastened to King Nimrod to warn him that a boy was born who’s destined to conquer the world; they advised him to buy the boy from his parents and then to kill him. Terah hid his son in a cave and in his stead brought to Nimrod a child-slave, whom the king dashed to pieces as an offering to the moon-god.
Terah was a moon-idolater (Josh. xxiv. 2); he was manufacturing idols for sale. Abram is said to have broken many idols to pieces and burned them to dust. One night, he set fire to the house where the idols were kept.
And as he kept proclaiming God as the sole Creator of the world and opposing moon-worship, he provoked the wrath of the Chaldeans, and had to leave the country.
Abram then began to nomadize around Canaan. In Hebron he battled Chedorlaomer, the king of Elam, and other kings, east of the Jordan river. On his return to Canaan from this victorious expedition, Abram was blessed by Melchizedek, King of Salem (Jerusalem) and High Priest of ʾĒl ʿElyōn (“God Most High,” as in Deut. 32:8: “When the Most High gave to the nations their inheritance, when He separated the sons of men, He set the borders of the peoples according to the number of the sons of God.”).
Melchizedek presenting wine for the Todah sacrifice of Israel, the sacrifice of Thanksgiving (Eucharist), which, according to rabbinical scriptures, is the sole sacrifice to be offered in the post-messianic age and for all eternity.
Abram was blessed by Melchizedek, who presented him with loaves of bread as wine was being served.
The King of Salem and priest of God Most High brought out bread and wine, blessed Abram, and received tithes from him (Gen. xiv. 18-20). Reference is made to him in Ps. cx. 4, where the victorious ruler, Abram, is declared to be “priest forever after the order of Melchizedek.”
In the Ethiopian Book of Adam and Eve, Noah tells his son Shem before his death to take “Melchizedek, the son of Canaan, whom God had chosen from all generations of men, and to stand by the dead body of Adam after it had been brought from the ark to Jerusalem as the center of the earth and fulfil the ministry before God.” The angel Michael then anointed a fifteen years old Melchizedek as priest, and brought him to Jerusalem. Melchizedek offered bread and wine upon the altar built where Adam’s body was deposited, and he remained there until Abraham met him.
“For this Melchisedech was king of Salem, priest of the most high God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings and blessed him: To whom also Abraham divided the tithes of all: who first indeed by interpretation is king of justice: and then also king of Salem, that is, king of peace: Without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but likened unto the Son of God, continueth a priest for ever. Now consider how great this man is, to whom also Abraham the patriarch gave tithes out of the principal things. [H]e, whose pedigree is not numbered among them [the sons of Levi], received tithes of Abraham and blessed him that had the promises.”
— St. Paul, Epistle To The Hebrews, 7
“Zedeck” was an ancient name of Jerusalem, where the Ark oh Noah was brought. The city’s first king and priest was known as “Melchizedeck.”
This place where Adam’s body was buried and the Todah sacrifice performed by Melchizedeck is the same place where the Abrahamic Covenant will subsequently happen.
God had requested of Abram: ‘Take now thy son, thine only son, whom thou lovest, even Isaac, and get thee into the land of Moriah; and offer him there for a burnt-offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee of.” Abram saddled up his donkey, split wood for the sacrifice, and took his son to Mount Moriah. There, with cleaver poised for slaughter, Abraham’s hand is stayed by one of God’s messengers. “Lay not thy hand upon the lad,” the angel called out from the heavens, “neither do thou any thing unto him; for now I know that thou art a God-fearing man, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only son, from Me.”
Abraham looked around to see a ram caught in a thicket by its horns; he sacrificed the ram in Isaac’s place. The angel spoke again: “By Myself have I sworn, saith the LORD, because thou hast done this thing, and hast not withheld thy son, thine only son, that in blessing I will bless thee, and in multiplying I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven, and as the sand which is upon the seashore; and thy seed shall possess the gate of his enemies; and in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed; because thou hast hearkened to My voice.”
Abraham had two sons with two different women. His eldest son was Ishmael, by Hagar, the slave of his wife Sarah. His other son was Isaac, by Sarah. At the time of the Covenant, Ishmael had been gone long ago.
Expulsion of Ishmael and his slave-mother, Hagar
When Sarah saw Ishmael mocking her son Isaac, she insisted that Abraham cast him out and his mother. Abraham yielded. According to rabbinical literature, Ishmael was about to die of thirst when God commanded an angel to show Hagar the well which was created on Friday in the week of Creation. But this was protested against by an angel, who said: “Why should Ishmael have water, since his descendants will destroy the Israelites by thirst?” God replied: “But now he is innocent, and I judge him according to what he is now”.
The Kaaba (cube) is a building made of granite, with a mosque built around it, the Masjid al-Haram (the so-called “Sacred Mosque”), in the center of Mecca.
Within the the Kaaba, there is a black stone (الحجر الأسود, al-Ḥajar al-Aswad), a relics of pre-islamic times when allah, the moon-god, was worshipped. Muslims believe that the black stone is a remnant of the first construction of the Kaaba, the first house built to worship allah, believed to have been undertaken by Abraham and Ishmael. Muhammad allegedly set the black stone into the Kaaba’s actual wall. It is now cemented in the side of the big black cube.
Both Ishmael and Isaac were present at the burial of Abraham, their father.
According to rabbinical literature, Ishmael remained a savage. He turned his bow against Isaac. Judaism views Isaac rather than Ishmael as the actual heir of Abraham, whilst islam holds the opposite view.
At the beginning of his reign, King David put the Ark in the tabernacle he had prepared for it in Jerusalem. His plan of building a temple for the Ark was stopped. But his son, Salomon, did build a temple on top of Mount Moriah (also known as Mount Zion and Temple Mount), where God had established His Covenant with Abraham. A room named the Holy of Holies was prepared to host the Ark within Salomon’s Temple, and the Ark was placed therein.
This location is the holiest site in Judaism, and it is the place Jews turn towards during prayer.
Among Sunni Muslims, Temple Mount is revered as Bayt al-Maqdis.
Temple Mount remains to this day THE focal point of the islam-zionism conflict; each side claims sovereignty over it.
The State of Israel controls the site since the Six-Day War of 1967.
The Caliphate endured until the Ottoman Caliphate was abolished in 1924, ending an imperium of almost 1300 years. Until the demise of the Ottoman Caliphate, the muslim world had remained aligned and united under a bay’ah (oath of allegiance) to muhammad, the mouth of allah.
After the abolishment of the Caliphate in 1924, the Muslim world lost its bay’ah to muhammad through the link of the Quraysh tribe‘s inheritance of the Ottomans. The reign of the caliphs, which began with Abu Bakr, then Umar, Uthman and Ali was finally destroyed.
A Caliphate has not ruled since the demise of the Ottoman Caliphate in 1924. And the project of the Muslim Brotherhood is preciselty to reinstate a Caliphate.
Al-Qaradawi is the undisputed leader of the Global Muslim Brotherhood, the movement’s uber-authority. Based in Qatar, his ultimate, avowed goal is to have the islamic law (Sharia) enforced world-wide. The basic condition for Sharia is an islamic state, or Caliphate. The Muslim Brotherhood, says al-Qaradawi, is fully committed to “the spread of Islam until it conquers the entire world.”
“The Muslim Brotherhood is a global movement whose members cooperate with each other throughout the world, based on the same worldview — the spread of islam, until it rules the world.”
— Mohammed Akef, Former Supreme Guide, International Muslim Brotherhood
Al-Banna launched the Muslim Brotherhood in March 1928, in Egypt.
It is the nature of islam to dominate, not to be dominated, to impose its law on all nations and to extend its power to the entire planet.
The Muslim Brotherhood was established as a secret society renewing a bay’ah to muhammad.
Mahmoud Sabbagh (محمود الصباغ), an active member of the organization, wrote about the pledge of allegiance the members must make : “The brother will then be reminded that as long as he is a believer, he will be determined for jihad for allah, to work in the ranks of the Mujahideen. We take a pledge to jihad in the way of allah until islam is victorious or we perish without victory but with a commitment to secrecy and obedience.”
The Brotherhood developped a paramilitary arm responsible for assassinations and terrorist attacks, secret formations of Fedayeen, prepared for jihad (جهده لإنشاء تشكيلات سريّة من الفدائيين، وإعدادها للجهاد). By the 1930s, the Brotherhood received significant funds from a German journalist affiliated with the Nazi legation in Cairo to establish the Brotherhood’s para-military “Special Apparatus.”
In the late 1940s, Al-Banna led brigades of the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1948 Palestine War to fight against the birth of the Israeli State under the slogan “to die for allah is our loftiest aspiration.”
Several units of volunteers in Palestine belonged to the Brotherhood.
Why Satan (Allah) Hates the Jewish People and the Christian People
The Ten Commandments prohibits threatening, bloody violence and what causes that violence: coveting what belongs to thy neighbour.
Neither shalt thou covet thy neighbour’s wife; neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour’s house, his field, or his man-servant, or his maid-servant, his ox, or his ass, or any thing that is thy neighbour’s.
A man can desire what is rightfully his, but he should not covet what belongs to another, — says the Law. Why not? Because it’s the root of satanic violence. This desire is homicidal in principle; it paves the way to wanting to kill one’s neighbor so as to take possession of his wealth. Underlying this desire is the insidious attempt to become at the image of the other.
Satan is a murderer in principle. It is destructive, and it tries to seduce us into becoming liars, thieves and murderers. That is why it is called the great tempter. It is almost impossible to totally renounce the satanic temptation, because the temptation accompanies humanity since the Fall of Man.
The amount of bloody, threatening violence within a community always ends up reaching a point where the community needs to find a common victim, someone to sacrifice, in order to soothe its homicidal thirst. It’s a way to re-unite everyone against a common victim, in order to put an end to the civil war: by consuming one single victim.
Cain killing Abel reveals the image of such a community united by a murder.
Abel had less motive to kill his brother Cain than his brother had to kill him because he vented some of his potential aggression against an animal surrogate, and thus God was pleased.
Now remember Cain’s jealousy of his brother’s favor with God, his impulsive slaying of Abel, and God’s forbearance. Cain’s sentence was to leave the soil he had tilled and wander the earth a restless vagabond. Cain complained to God that exile left him prey to the first stranger he meets. He knew that random violence was the norm outside of God’s sanctum. God responded by marking Cain, and by warning that the slayer of Cain is bound to suffer a vengeance seven times as severe. Cain’s mark is a sign of violence to come. The one who kills Cain will unleash a violence that should multiply sevenfold. And all the victims of that violence will be “Cains” in their own right, marked also by the desire for vengeance. I kill one of yours, you kill one of mine, another of mine kills another of yours, and so forth and so on, in infinite reactions. The alternative to this endless spiral of violence, the one Cain wanted for himself, is to stay in the presence of God. Cain could have done so with an offering of animal blood, yet he missed it.
The messianic community however learned from Abel. Hence the construction of a set of processes that aim to harness the satanic spiral of violence towards a scapegoat — a non-human, sacrificial victim, or a human victim who sinned — such as the adulterous woman. In Judaism, it is satan that was stoned. Contrary to muslims, the Jewish people do not practice stoning anymore. Its tradition can evolve because the judaic field has been bipolar since the Abrahamic Convenant. There is indeed a prescriptive element, the pole of the Law (Abraham’s descendents by Hagar: Ishmael) AND a promissive element, the pole of the messianic community (Abraham’s descendents by Sarah, Isaac), animated mostly by the prophets.
Muslims view muhammed as the “seal of the prophets” because they think he *sealed* the line of prophets. They regard him as the last prophet, and so said the koran.
Islam comes only from the descendence of Hagar, the slave of Sarah. It has evacuated from its conception the promissive element of messianism, in order to promote a dictatorship of the dead, written Law. Inherently unable to ever evolve, islam is stucked in the VIIth century.
Cain against Abel
And by negating the promissive dimension of the Covenant, in order to retain only the prescriptive side, muslims — much like pagans — are doomed to sanctify bloody and threatening violence against any sacrificial victim. Islam provides a framework that justifies and ritualizes the process by which the victim of an arbitrary violence is substituted to any other potential victim. The trick being used here is to deem satan (or allah) as being “good” or “great” in order to let the beast free itself from this cycle of violence. Satan (allah) becomes a god through the sacrifice of innocent victims that are reputed ‘guilty.’
But there is a way to fight satan. The Christian way of neutralizing satanic violence is to recognize the possibility of the innocence of the victim. Here, satan is caught in its own trap: once the victim is found innocent (Christ returning from the dead), satan appears as the liar, the usurper, the forked-tongue accuser he really is. What is expelled by violence here is in fact the roots and the flowers of evil. Christ, God sacrificed, acknowledged in His divinity, reveals the mechanism underlying human-sacrificing cults such as islam. The Cross denies satan any possibility of excluding itself from its own violence.
The Cross doomed the beast to self-destruction. Satan will eventually self-destruct into its own raging fire, its own furnace of rage.
This was revealed to Abel, Melchizedeck and Abraham; and this revelation is kept alive by the messianic community within the Jewish people, the line of Isaac.
Islam is simply the revenge of satan against the Abrahamic Covenant, the Ten Commandments and the Cross.
Satan wants to enslave men, bring us down with him into an endless spiral of bloody violence. The fallen angel will do anything to exterminate the Jewish People, elected by God as the keeper of the revelation, and to degrade Christ and His authority as the Fearsome Judge of humanity.
If satan was furious after the Abrahamic Covenant, it knew it lost the war after the Resurrection. And in desperation, the beast crafted its master-piece: islam. Islam is not a religion; it is a political, human-sacrificing cult aimed at usurping the Abrahamic Covenant from its promissive element, and at negating the Cross. The favorite scape-goats of islamic mob-leaders are thus the Jews and the Christians.