By Theodore Shoebat

Islam is a homosexual cult, that wants to bring the world into a homosexual pagan empire. I did a whole video on this:

ISIS are a bunch of homosexual, anti-Christian murderers. They are the purest form of the homosexual agenda, and they are just as evil and evil, and anti-Christian, as the reprobate sodomites in the West. There is a recent report that reveals that ISIS officials have homo sex with other men in their tents.

According to the report:

In a joint statement released on August 13 2014 two senior United Nations officials spoke out against Isis’ “barbaric acts” of sexual violence and “savage rapes” of Iraqi minorities. “We are gravely concerned by continued reports of acts of violence, including sexual violence against women and teenage girls and boys belonging to Iraqi minorities,” Zainab Hawa Bangura and Nickolay Mladenov said.

One detail in Arango’s story, however, stands out: it is the reference to homosexual sex in an Isis training camp. “He [Barho] said he saw men having sex with other men behind the tents in the desert night.”

An interesting article on the homosexual connection with Islam and Islamic history wrote that nowhere in the Quran is homosexuality explicitly condemned:

Until the modern era, there was no word for sodomy in Arabic or Persian. Nor is there any prohibition of it in the Quran. Some make reference to the destruction of the town identified as Sodom of the Old Testament (which is supposed to be the origin of the word sodomy) in the Quran, Surah 15: 73-77 as if it were the source. But it is quite clear that the city was destroyed because its inhabitants refused to offer hospitality to strangers. Where does the prohibition against sodomy come from? The reference is to some hadith, the sayings and acts of the Prophet Muhammad, which the Sunni interpretation of Islam uses to provide a legal basis for legal matters not covered in the Quran.

A recent article by Elyse Semerdjian that dealt with cases brought before the shariah court in Aleppo over a period of 359 years when it was under Ottoman control has turned up four, but only one concerning sodomy against a young man and his mother. The youngster is supposed to have brought men known to be involved in sodomy to his home to the anger of the people of his neighborhood. The two were expelled from their community, a customary punishment for prostitution that had become noticeable enough to disturb the neighbors. Sodomites, on the other hand, were not punished.

The article continues on to describe a very disturbing ritual called “Sema” in which Sufi mystics would surround young boys and stare at them until they fell into a demonic trance:

Some of the Sufis even organized what were known as “sema” during which ceremonies, they would sit in a circle and concentrate on the beautiful young boys in the center, concentrating to such an extent on what they perceived as beauty that they might fall into a trance.

Muhammad, contrary to Scripture, in fact wore the clothes of his child-bride Aisha as a ritual to receive revelation from Allah.

In the Sahih Collection of al-Bukhari, Hadith Number 2442,
Chapter 52,
Muhammad says:

The revelation does not come to me when I am in the garment of any woman except ‘A’isha.

In Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith Number 3941, the same impostor states:

Do not hurt me with Aisha; for by Allah, the inspiration did not descent on me while I was in the coverings (lihaf) of any of you (women) except Aisha.”

In the Sahih collection of Imam Muslim, Hadith Number 4472, one Zaynab Bint Jahsh requests a visit to see Muhammad

while he was with Aisha in (fee) her robe (Mirt) and in the same state that Fatimah found him in.”

As we write in our book, For God or For Tyranny, the Quran itself promises boy loving for jihadists in paradise.

The followers of Muhammad consisted of mukhannathun, or cross dressers. It is the same word as mukhannatah, which in Arabic means homosexual.

Daayiee Abdullah, an openly gay imam, describes the mukhannathun as

sort of a male-female, cross-dressing types. They existed. And they also lived or worked in the household of the Prophet. Aisha, one of the Prophet’s wives, indicated that there were men who worked in the household. They were mukhannathun. That generally meant that they were not necessarily castrated, but not having an interest in women.

Muhammad not only was a cross-dresser, but he had gay friends. So the next time you hear a modern Christian laud himself for having gay friends and criticize the church for prohibiting homosexuality, let him know that Jesus wouldn’t have gay friends, but Muhammad did.

Islam wants to destroy Christianity and replace it with a heretical pagan homosexual empire.


  • susan

    Hi Ted,! Great video as usual. The video keeps getting hung up at the 10:40 mark. It could very well be a problem on my side. Just thought I’d let you know 🙂

  • Kamau40

    Another very powerful commentary/video on helping us to understand the dangers and connections of Islam and the Homosexual agenda.

  • Saxon Warrior

    But homosexuality is a grave sin within Islam!
    Not really, they have merely redefined what the word ‘homosexuality’ means. In Islam homosexuality is equated with effeminacy or a romantic relationship between men.
    The physical act of male-male buggery and other lewd acts are entirely permissible within the rules of Mohammedism..

  • RodK1975

    Excellent article, Ted. Sufi Islam is the one world religion. It will be celebrated as the worlds most tolerant and acceptable religion. It will be promoted as the perfect religion that can blend all religions into one, seamlessly, and bring final peace on earth. It will be pitted against Christianity which is already portrayed as the worlds most intolerant and “hateful” religion because of our stance on all sin. Once sufism is really brought out into the public eye, it will be universally accepted. I mean, a religion that will accept sodomy as an acceptable religious practice and the homos will flock to it in droves because it allows for pederasty. Liberals will flock to it because of it’s tolerance. Atheists will flock to it because of it’s promise of enlightenment. New Agers will flock to it for the mystical experiences promised. Many Christians will also fall for Sufism because, according to some of the things I’ve read, Jesus is considered a Sufi Master and His miracles are considered proof of that. This is all falling perfectly in line. I expect to start hearing about Sufi practitioners coming in contact with spiritual beings and prepping mankind for the blending of the supernatural and natural worlds. This rabbit-hole has no bottom.

    • susan

      “This rabbit-hole has no bottom” I know. Jesus said, and I don’t remember the verse but he talked about the world on fire and how he wished it had already begun. Is that what you want now?

      • RodK1975

        Right…… O!

    • Trevor

      Bravo! You are one of the handful on this sites that truly gets it. I wouldn’t have gotten it if it wasn’t the Shoebats’ articles on Sufi Muslim. Erdogan is also a Sufi himself, making me think he is a potential candidate to be the Antichrist. Yet, we should stay alert and be on the lookout.

      I agree with what you said about how Sufi will deceive many, including gullible Christians who have embraced the doctrine of the world instead of apostolic doctrine.

      Bless you, brother.

      • RodK1975

        Thanks! And yes, I think Sufism is ripe to suck up other religions into a Master Religion. It already borrows from Hinduism and Buddism. JW and Mormons are one stumped toe away from Islam anyway. Plus, you’ve got all this “Interfaith” dialog and cooperation BS chatter and so many Traditional Christians are buying into this hyper-grace non-sense and it’s all pointing in a horrible direction. If someone like Rick Warren does want to give birth to “Chrislam” then it’ll be through Sufism.

        • Trevor

          i thank God I never bought into the purpose driven life book. The first line of the book had me chucking it. There’s nothing more conscending than to say “It’s not about you.” Excuse me?

          Then to see what happened within my church after the pastor followed the plan, it completely changed the congregation. Many left the church and I became disillusioned with the church.

          Today, I have steady embraced orthodoxy teaching.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            I think the suicide of his son was a wake-up call for him.

          • Trevor

            Maybe, but it seem he continues to be the heretic. I don’t know. I don’t pay attention to him. As far as I am concerned, he isn’t a pastor but a charlatan.

          • Kamau40

            Exactly Trevor!

          • j7h

            That’s exactly what he is.

          • j7h

            I’m not so sure. He has the government of Rwanda calling their entire country a “Purpose Driven Nation”, and they are eagerly following his precepts. Many countries in the world are taking up his purpose driven ideals and using them. He even has Tony Blair working with him in his “peace plan” for the world , and the UN has given him opportunities to speak before them on it. I’m sure that in his heart, he really believes he’s doing a good thing. But he doesn’t see how far off the mark he has gone spiritually. However, my former pastor’s wife was at a convention center for something. While there, there was a group of ladies talking. She discovered these ladies were part of a Wiccan and New Age convention. They were talking about how Rick Warren was a plant – he was knowingly sent into Christianity to “bring people to the truth of the New Age by subtle and Christian sounding ideals”. My pastor and his wife had been Rick Warren fans before that. She said that experience sent chills down her spine. They decided to do some research on him and found that he does have ties to New Age groups and had them for years. My pastor quit promoting the purpose driven crap after that and warns his church to stay away from Warren ‘ s books.

          • Kamau40

            Never cared either for the “Purpose Driven Life” book. Just the title itself tells you everything you need to know what the book is about. Sadly, it sold millions upon millions of copies and we wonder why so many are disillusioned about Christianity on top of following the teachings of Martin Luther, Zwinglli, and Calvin.

          • Trevor

            Yeah. Give me meaty theological exposition of the Scriptures and early church fathers’ writings. I will be a happy churchgoer right then.

          • Kamau40

            We are getting the full buffett on this awesome site!

          • j7h

            You should see some of Warren ‘ s speeches he has given about his comment in his “Purpose Driven…” book, that “it’s not about you”. He must mean everyone else but him. When he talks about his book and that very comment, he goes on and on and on, all about himself. He’s in “kook-land” and doesn’t even realize that he has gone so far off.

  • Stephen Dalton

    What you have told us Ted is no surprise to me. Sodomy is almost always a part of a false religion. The more that religion goes always from God’s law, the more sodomy prevails. In Islam’s case, it was there from the beginning, so no wonder it is so vile!

  • Stephen Dalton

    DG, I’ve got “The Pink Swastika”, so I know about the swishy goose steppers.

  • RodK1975

    Great comment, Pamela! You’re absolutely right, it’s all terribly disturbing. All this stuff, at first glance, may not appear to be connected but all of it is connected. I know what I’m about to say may sound crazy, but, if you’ll study also, the connection between the New Age and UFOlogy. I, like a lot of people, believe this UFO this id a demonic deception. A lot of New Agers are “channeling” so called aliens and then look into the connection between “aliens” and Djinn/demons and so forth. Again, great comment, Pamela, Thanks.

  • hobbes007

    I don’t think that Jesus wouldn’t have homosexual friends. I think he would love the sinner but not the sin.

  • Elijah Mann

    The falling away…

  • Very good videos, this is the first that I have heard of Ann Barnhardt, she is 100% right.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    There is an apostolate for people that suffer from same-sex attraction to learn how to live a chaste life:

    • Gary Tedler

      Nonsense! You should look into what Alan Chambers, former head of Exodus International, has to say about so-called “conversion” or “reparative” therapy (a combination of prayers and “psychological” counseling). Such pseudo-psychology, according to Chamber’s expertise, only work 0.1% of the time (mostly on women).

      Also, many of the people that underwent such therapies (and tried to change their sexual orientation or simply remain abstinent) ended up getting depressed. Some even committed suicide. It’s all true and very well documented.

      You should also read the essay ‘Just Because He Breathes: Learning to Truly Love Our Gay Son’, the story of a 12 year-old that, upon his parents’ request, underwent conversion therapy, prayed to God, and did everything in his power to become heterosexual. He did so for 6 years; did not work and he ended up killing himself with drugs.


  • Julie LaBrecque

    He ate with them, but told them to go and sin no more.

  • j7h

    He didn’t delete your comment. Disqus just takes a while to post, sometimes.

  • j7h

    Yes homosexuality is fairly common in Turkey, not just in one town. But there are still plenty of Muslims in Turkey who don’t approve of it.

  • j7h

    No you misunderstood. He wasn’t talking about the account of Sodom in the Bible, he was talking about the account of Sodom in the Qu’ran. The Qu’ran also talks about Sodom, and it gives a different twist to the story. It does the same thing with the account of Noah, Abraham, Adam and Eve, etc.

  • John Warque

    Anti gay stance in Islam is just a cover.

  • Saxon Warrior

    Yes they have…..