Spiritual, Theological & Political Islam
It is not possible to disclose the meaning of Islam unless we are able to know Islam, spiritually, theologically and politically. The subject is too great for a single organisation or individual to address. Therefore,THE CRŒSASID PARTY incorporates RHUOMAI into its political folds in order to specifically address the spiritual meaning of Islam. We also use the material of THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF POLITICAL ISLAM in order to address Political Islam.
Spiritual language is by the very nature of spiritual claims, direct and unyielding when speaking about another faith, especially when speaking about Islam in a real Christian meaning. Theological claims can also be doctrinally strict, however, theology can be an apologetic exercise, and as such, theology can be balanced and tolerant. Political Islam is the most compromised area of discussion and understanding in real life. It is this political compromise with Islam that represents the greatest concern for THE CRŒSASID PARTY. All our efforts are grounded in drawing Islam into the open in the minds of the British people.
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Islam – a political necessity
In Britain, Islam, as with all faiths, or none, denotes a protected characteristic in law, expressed as a belief characteristic of the individual. Whilst this is a correct position to arrive at in a secular society, Islam is afforded a disproportionate cultural consideration, due to racial and ethnic concerns, that serve an Islamic political agenda, and have little to do with promoting tolerance. Islam requires that it is unencumbered, religiously, so that it is given a free hand to promote the Shari’ah, whilst at the same time holding all other faiths in complete contempt. Islam is a callous and cynical disregard of equality and an oppressive agent against others.
This is not simply a matter of religious belief. It is a political reality and ambition in Islam derived from the Shari’ah. It is a stated intention to Islamise all others into the influence of Islam. Therefore, if we love our generations we cannot but take a stand against such an ambition. To that end we will seek to make known the Five Principles of our political agenda. We will broadcast them, explain them and thus ensure, by all means lawful and authoritative, that Islam is known according to its Canonical books and not according to political lies.
Further, THE CRÅ’SASID PARTY incorporates RHUOMAI into its financial and political folds, and whilst we are not a religious organisation, nevertheless, we hold to the Christian faith. By the instrument of RHUOMAI, therefore, we will broadcast and make known the true spiritual nature of Islam without fear and without malice. Being cognisant of a likely concern, of others, of the implication of transgressing into spiritual claims, we must make it clear that we have come to the opinion that it is not possible to address Islam within Britain unless we also demonstrate that Islam has a spiritual ambition and motive, and not simply a political agenda.
Moreover, we believe that it is in the public interest to comprehensively expose Islam, according to Islam, and not according to political naiveté and general ignorance of spiritual matters. To that end, our work will reflect three areas of meaning. These are: spiritual, theological and political. Finally, despite the broad approach of our presentations, we state firmly that we do not envision a religious solution to addressing Islam, by a political instrument.