Shahram Hadian is a former Muslim from Iran who came to the states in 1978 and committed his life to Jesus Christ. He began the TIL Project, the Truth in Love Project which exposes the true goal of Islam and the threat of Sharia in America. He has served as a pastor, a police officer, and a former candidate for Governor in Washington State.
Shahram began by explaining how the Muslim views the ‘house’ of unbelievers (Nations that aren’t Islamic). In the Qur’an this is referred to as ‘Dar al-Harb’ (The lower house or house of war). In other words, Muslims consider themselves to be in a state of war right now against unbelievers.
The upper house is when Islam obtains strength and power and takes over. This was witnessed by Muhammad. He acted one way in Mecca (which was deemed to him to be the house of the unbeliever) but another way in Medina because it became the house of Islam (Dar al-Islam or the house of submission).
According to Shahram, what we don’t understand is that when Muslims enter non-Muslim nations, the goal of the Muslim community (but not every Muslim) is to work toward this transition to the upper house.
Shahram saw this take place first-hand in Iran via revolution. In Europe, the Islamic clerics have been declaring for about 7 years that the continent is Dar al-Islam. The question is: Where are we in America?
When Muhammad went to Medina, the message of Islam became increasingly political. In other words, it became about the law being imposed, not just on Muslims, but on non-Muslims as well. Here in America, Muslims had been ‘hiding behind the veil’ in the sense that non-Muslims have seen Islam as just another religion. However, now they have reached a certain point in their political stature. They’re going hyper-political as we are seeing them run for various political and governmental offices and getting elected. They’re no longer ‘hiding behind the veil’. It’s a sign that they are gearing up for their move to the ‘upper house’ and Shahram believes that most Americans, including Christians, are not recognizing this.
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