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Political Pistachio: Former Muslim, IQ al-Rassooli on Middle East Turmoil

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Egyptian uprisings has leftists encouraging the rebels. Islamist jihadist opportunists will use the crisis to wiggle into power. We are seeing the formation of an Islamic caliphate, and the resurrection of the Ottoman Empire. Next, Europe, if we let it. How do you stop these dangerous happenings short of using military response? We cannot move in with our military to stop what is going on in the Middle East and North Africa. But if we allow the Islamic Revolution that has begun to proceed, we will have to deal with a much larger, and much more dangerous problem, in the future - that will no doubt end with the great loss of life. Are these uprisings simply a push for a democratic system, and an angry response to rising food and fuel prices? Or is there an insidious Islamic undertone to it all? And, how do we combat the rise of an Islamic caliphate? IQ al-Rassooli joins us tonight on the Political Pistachio Radio Revolution to tackle this topic tonight. IQ al-Rassooli is calling us from Dublin. He understands who the enemy is because he was once a member of that Muslim ideology. The enemy is the ideology of Islam through the teachings of Muhammad's Koran and Sunna. The fact is that terrorists have infiltrated nearly every country on the globe, and every single Muslim that holds to the teachings of Muhammad is a potential terrorist. Born in Iraq, his mother tongue is Arabic. His parents sent him to study at a university in England where he realized that the "programming" he received in his younger years by Muslim teachings about other peoples were one-sided and wrong. After research, al-Rassooli determined that Muhammad's religion of Islam is a "depraved cult belief system." IQ al-Rassooli has decided to work to bring the truth to the would-be victims of the followers of Muhammad in the hopes of revealing "the complete exposure of the obscene facts and reality of what the media calls 'Islam,' based entirely on the very Arabic sources themselves."