Radical Islam is based on the Hadith
In Islam, an Hadith is represented as being a saying of Muhammad or a report about something he did. Over time, it became obvious that many so-called Hadiths were in fact spurious and fabricated sayings which teach Radical Islam.
Beliefs such as the 70 virgins waiting to please suicide bombers, are from the Hadith and are not to be found in the Quran.
Today’s Imams preach the Radical Islam of the Hadith, not the Quran.
“Shaving the beard is forbidden, according to what has been narrated by Al-Bukhari, Muslim, Ahmad and others, on the authority of Ibn ‘Umar, who fabricated this quote from Mohammed: “Be different from the polytheists, and grow your beards and shorten your moustaches” (Al-Bukhari no. 5892 and Muslim no. 259. Muslim no. 260). Ibn Umar repeated this falsehood in his Hadith no. 488, which states, “Trim closely the moustache, and let the beard flow.” – Ibn Umar, Hadith no. 498.
Only Radical Islam follows the practice of trimming the moustache and not the beard. This makes it very easy for us to spot the followers of Radical Islam by facial profiling.
Easy-to-follow, real-life examples of Male Radical Islamists easily identifiable by their mustache and beard
“He is being treated as a homegrown violent extremist,” said FBI Special Agent Ed Reinhold. Under pressure from the Obama administration, the FBI was not able to tell the truth and report that the killer was a terrorist. Note that this terrorist has a trimmed mustache with a longer beard.
Here we see that progress of the terrorists progression from a clean-shaven face to a Radical Islamist terrorist beard.
Notable examples of Radical Islamists easily identifiable by their mustache and beard
Easy-to-follow, real-life examples of Female Radical Islamists easily identifiable by attire
If a Muslim woman covers her hair or hides her face in public in a non-Islamic country, she is a member of Radical Islam. Again, this “rule” comes from the Radical Islamic Hadith. When in Saudi Arabia, in private places, I saw many Muslim women dressed quite normally, with no hiding of their hair or face. At a party in Saudi Arabia, I have even met the Lady in Waiting to Saudi Queen Iffat dressed normally with no vale or scarf.
The author of this report, John Harding, former United Nations Expert, has lived and worked for 9 years in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait and for 9 years in Singapore. He is intimately familiar with the Middle East and Southeast Asia. He is in daily communication with his sources in both these areas.