Religious Identification in America: A Proposal

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Prophet Muhammad Proposes : Religious Identification In America

Today Controversial Gadfly & Prophet – King Nazir Muhammad proposes a radical concept to the public called “Religious Identification.” The concept behind Muhammad’s proposal is that citizens be required to publicize their religious preference. Because although people like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr have proven that racial integration is possible, Muhammad believes that religious integration is not.

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The idea that Christians and Muslims in particular can peacefully co-exist after events like 911 is absurd at this point. The Holy Quran itself states in Surah 5:51 that Muslims should not take Christians and Jews as friends. And it is also noted that during war, a Muslim can hide their faith to fool the enemy.

Knowing these things without knowing where people stand ensures that believers on all sides will always live in a state of fear and distrust towards one another. Muhammad believes that this will lead to civil war in America if this issue is not seriously addressed. This is due to faith and race pride being connected in a way that Muhammad believes cannot be non-violently separated.

Therefore, it is only logical to separate those of opposing faiths on the basis of religious indifference. Because history has shown that religious indifference has caused many blood wars in the name of god and country. And in the 21st century, religion has married not only race but politics and economics as well.

Muhammad believes that this combination is inevitably a recipe for Civil Armageddon in America. Because not only is faith at stake, the political and economic power of each religion will be possessed by the winner.

And although Muhammad believes a war of this nature is unavoidable at some point in the future. He believes that the average citizen that does not understand the magnitude of such a conflict is innocent. The government has the duty to protect the innocent, and this is the basis of Muhammad’s proposal – to give citizens a chance to declare a side or chose to remain neutral.

Prophet Muhammad suggests that the average citizen should be encouraged to publicize their religious preference. For example, a Jew or Christian should know if they are living next door to a Muslim and visa versa. A Consumer should know if they are shopping in a store owned by a person of an opposing faith. This can be done by simply posting a flag that represents their faith outside of their store or home.

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Should Not Apply

Although segregation is illegal in the U.S., the tensions that exist between those of opposing faiths are at an all time dangerous high. Muhammad believes that mandatory religious identification will lead to a segregation that will save lives, as well as keep the peace.

Muhammad offers himself as an example to what religious misinterpretation can cause. Judging from his name, one would assume that a man named Prophet Muhammad was certainly a Muslim or sympathizer. But King Nazir Muhammad is “not” a Muslim, in fact he refers to himself as a “mystic” and is the founder of his own religious philosophy The Religion of Power.

Muhammad conceived the idea of religious identification because in his words “I have been a constant victim of assumption because of my name.” And with the help of the media’s promotion of Islamic extremists – assumption has created a life-threating and hostile environment based upon religious preference. And people should know for a fact who they are dealing with instead of being left to assume.”

Muhammad believes that mandatory religious identification is the only logical solution for those who truly want peace, or those who want to remain neutral in this conflict.

Alan Gray is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NewsBlaze Daily News and other online newspapers. He prefers to edit, rather than write, but sometimes an issue rears it’s head and makes him start pounding the keyboard. Alan has a fascination with making video and video editing, so watch out if he points his Canon 7d in your direction.