For those still clinging to the pipedream that Islam is a religion of peace, consider this:
The Islamic Republic of Iran just last night launched six ballistic missiles against a target in southwest Syria which, they say, contains rebels they have implicated in a deadly attack within Iran ten days ago during a military parade in the city of Ahvaz.
That’s not so suprising, perhaps. What is alarming, however, is that the missiles were “decorated” with the slogans, “Death to America!”, “Death to Israel!”, and “Death to al-Saud!” (i.e., the Saudi royal family, whom the Iranian regime considers mortal enemies).
Even more revealing is the fact that the missiles also bore a passage in Arabic taken from Chapter 4, verse 76 in the Qur’an: فَقَاتِلُواْ أَوْلِيَاء الشَّيْطَانِ, which translates as “Kill the friends of Satan.” There is no question the mullahs of Iran believe their belligerence against the world is inspired by Allah, and that they will be rewarded for eliminating all the “friends of Satan” that they can reach. By the way, “friends of Satan” includes all who disbelieve the message of Muhammad.