Nassim Ben Iman is one of the best known apostates of Islam in Germany.
He has written a book of his own experiences with the title: “Der wahre Feind…warum ich kein Terrorist geworden bin" ("The true enemy…why I did not become a terrorist”). In view of the present Islamic terror threat in Germany, his statements about the danger of Islam are more topical than ever.
This ex-Muslim of Arab origin has a lot to tell and offers us a deep insight into this most peaceful of all religions. As one of only a very small number, he managed to extract himself from the strict Islamic indoctrination. He tells brutal truths such as “Every Muslim is a potential terrorist”.
We have distilled the most important points of an extensive interview which we conducted in Mai of this year with this courageous man, into a 10 minute video, because of the acute terrorism danger. Warning: this video is not recommended for “do-gooders” whose carefully constructed worldview could, in viewing this film, disintegrate.
This was subtitled by the indefatigable VladTepes and the introduction to the video as written by the German site Politically INcorrect:
Recently in Germany, there was an assassination attempt on the conservative politician and outspoken Islam critic, Markus Beisicht. Like in similar cases (e.g. Geert Wilders, Lars Hedegaard etc.) the so-called "progressive media" describe him as "extreeeeeeme right-wing" going as far as blaming him, and he now has to live under 24/7 police protection, like others who dared criticising Islam.
So, as Germany seems to be finally moving towards wagging a finger at the most extreme islamists in their midst, I wonder: is that too little too late? Has Voltaire's dictum already been proven true in which he warned:
"If you want to know who rules over you,simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize."