Muhammad was (among many things) a mass murderer and a rapist. Since Muslims call Muhammad’s life the perfect image of Islamic piety and devotion for Muslims to follow, it should come as no surprise when they rape and murder too, because they are just acting in the image of their prophet, such as with this person. Once an ‘Anti-Radicalism Advisor’ for the UK government, he has now been arrested and charged with multiple rape counts and then threatening to murder the victims if they exposed him:
A former Government advisor on tackling Muslim radicalisation is due to face trial for rape on November 10.
Farooq Siddique, of Moorhill Street, Easton, has denied three counts of rape, two counts of causing actual bodily harm and one count of making threats to kill between 2009 and 2014.
A trial was due to start in April but Judge Julian Lambert gave the prosecution and defence more time to review the evidence in the case, pending a pre-trial review.
Siddique has previously been employed by the Government to advise ministers on how to tackle radicalisation. (source)
There is an old European folk tale that goes by many names, but is commonly known as the Farmer and the Viper. In the story, a farmer finds a baby viper dying from the cold winter weather. He brings the viper inside his home and nurses it back to health, upon which almost immediately after regaining his senses the viper bites the farmer and delivers a lethal dose of venom. Before the farmer dies, he asks the viper why he killed him after he helped him, and the viper responds that such is his nature- by nature he is a murderer, and the help given him did not matter because he acted in accordance with who he is.
So must this lesson be remembered with Islam. While there are many outwardly good people who are Muslims, never forget that the perfect model of Islamic piety for Muslims is a mass murderer and a rapist. Until they clearly and publicly reject Islam and embrace the One True Faith, they can never be truly trusted, for just like they asp, all it takes is an act of the will for them to embrace the evil nature that Islam gives them.
The Farmer and the Viper. It is a timeless lesson especially relevant for the situation with Islam today as it was centuries ago.