The Islamic cleric in this video scolds Muslims for trying to sugar coat the truth about the brutality of Islam. Naturally, he believes that the brutality is good, since it was commanded by Allah.
When he refers to “Dawa” that is a word which essentially means “missionary work”. He believes that showing the Infidel that Islam is brutal is what Allah commands and, from there, Allah will guide the unbeliever to Islam, if that unbeliever is worthy of receiving it. Notice the ease with which he talks about how this type of sugar coating is common place among Muslims, when talking about Islam.
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