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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Infidels
Infidels, on the contrary, are not members of the ecclesiastical society, according to the words of St.
infidel can have any value from the point of view of the spiritual society to which he does not belong; he is incapable by Divine law of receiving the sacraments, notably Holy orders (evidently we are not speaking here of a purely material reception); nor can he receive or exercise any ecclesiastical jurisdiction.
infidels are to be considered in the light of natural law, to which they, like all men, are subject, and in accordance with the Divine law, in so far as it determines the secondary natural law.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08002b.htm   (1853 words)

  
 Bat Ye'or on Jihad & Human Rights on National Review Online
The theory of jihad against the infidels is composed of two parts: the ideology, and the military institutions aimed at implementing this ideology.
Infidels can be spared by a temporary treaty which should not go beyond ten years.
The infidels who submit to Islamic rulers are given a pledge of security against the rules of jihad, so long as they accept a condition of humiliation, and of total inferiority to Muslims.
www.nationalreview.com /comment/comment-yeor070102.asp   (1313 words)

  
 The Great Infidels
The title of the lecture was "The Great Infidels." The lecturer appeared on stage at 8:20, and placing the manuscript on the desk, broke into the subject at once.
Infidels have sailed the unknown sea and have discovered the isles and continents in the vast realms of thought.
An infidel is a gentleman who has discovered a fact and is not afraid to talk about it.
www.edwardtbabinski.us /lectures/infidels.html   (4572 words)

  
 Infidels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Infidels (1983) is an album by Bob Dylan, which reunited the artist with Mark Knopfler, who had played on 1979's Slow Train Coming.
Infidels was initially considered a reversion from the overtly religious songs found on his previous three albums, but many now view the album as including subtler extensions of his religious themes.
Infidels would place tenth on The Village Voice's Pazz and Jop Critics Poll for 1983, Dylan's highest placement since 1975 when The Basement Tapes placed #1 and Blood on the Tracks placed #4.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Infidels   (2315 words)

  
 Internet Infidels' Disclaimer
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The Internet Infidels organization makes every effort to comply with applicable copyright and other intellectual property rights laws, as well as to avoid the publication of libelous, slanderous, or otherwise legally objectionable materials.
www.infidels.org /infidels/disclaimer.html   (309 words)

  
 Infidel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An infidel (literally, "one without faith") is one who doubts or rejects central tenets of a religion, especially those regarding its deities.
More generally, an infidel is one who doubts or rejects a particular doctrine, system, or principle.
The word infidel derives its meaning from the Latin root infidēlis[1]; a notion of being unfaithful or treacherous.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Infidel   (252 words)

  
 Ramon Lull and the infidels
But Lull believed that infidels could be converted if they could be brought to see the combinations of God's attributes.
Further, he thought that a representation of those combinations could be effectively presented by means of appropriate machines, and that was the key to his new method.
The heretic and the infidel were supposed to be brought to the True Faith by these revelations.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1G1-20914137.html   (1059 words)

  
 Infidels in the Pulpit
The most of the pulpits in America are filled with infidels.
All infidel is "one that does not believe; an unbeliever in respect to a particular religion." I am completely aware of the fact that most people will think my assertion to be extreme and unwarranted.
But the polls show that the majority of the pulpits in America are filled by infidels.
www.truthmagazine.com /archives/volume14/TMO14449.htm   (726 words)

  
 CD Baby: INFIDELS: 9:25 and Seven Seconds
As "Cheese Metal" reigned the Infidels stood out as one of a few truly alternative rock bands in the region during the late eighties.
The bands homage to the melodic sounds of the sixties and punk rock of the seventies was honed to a craft during this period.
The Infidels under the leadership of Pete Drivere continued until 1995 and played many a regional show and recorded with Kennedy, Kocholek, and Polombi most of which shows up on Sac's "Soft Spot" album from 1996.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/infidels1   (1034 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Dance of the Infidels: A Portrait of Bud Powell: Books: Francis Paudras   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Paudras, who committed suicide last year, was a young French jazz fan who discovered the musician in the 1950s and took him in, forcefully separating Powell from the horrendous Buttercup, a self-appointed "wife" who used him as a meal ticket, drugging him and even taking his clothes so he couldn't get away.
Dance of the Infidels is a real-time memoir that covers the last eight years of Powell's life, a period of transcendent creation and abysmal suffering.
Although it doesn't have the arc of a definitive biography, this is an intimate account told by one who, if ultimately unable to explain Powell either to himself or to his readers, loved and cared for him as no one else did.
www.amazon.ca /Dance-Infidels-Portrait-Bud-Powell/dp/0306808161   (2354 words)

  
 Al-Qaeda's Intellectual Legacy: New Radical Islamic Thinking Justifying the Genocide of Infidels - Jonathan D. Halevi
The destiny of infidels and polytheists (those who attribute associates to God) under Islamic rule, however, was either conversion to Islam or execution.
The U.S. is viewed as a global infidel force menacing Islam with its ideology, social and economic values, and hostile policy, seen in terms of a modern Crusader war against Islam.
Al-Ansari asserted that the extermination of infidels is a permanent Islamic law and unchangeable fate for infidels that is as relevant today as it was in past generations.
www.jcpa.org /jl/vp508.htm   (4954 words)

  
 Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Members of the Infidels have a varied age group and skill level, but all have the same sense of sporting and friendly personalities that are trademark to the clan.
The Infidels have been around for many years, and were originally called the Old Gits (OGs), usually forming to play Age of Empires during the heady days of Wireplay (BT's gaming service).
Infidels are proud to announce their latest tournament, a handicapped conquer the world sytle.
www.infidels.org.uk /welcome.htm   (573 words)

  
 Kill the Infidels Surah 9:5
These peoples belonged to different religions, races, ethnicities, etc. If the hypothesis that "Muslims are required to eradicate non-Muslims or "infidels" was correct, then a pattern of deliberate extermination, forced conversions, and/or expulsion would have been observed throughout the history of Islam, especially when Muslims were powerful and winning over their opponents.
I, as a Muslim, have never called a non-Muslim an "Infidel", so this word was actually foreign to my vocabulary, until I have heard it mentioned several time by Christian and Zionist so-called "experts" on Islam.
The term infidel comes from the Latin word infidelis, which means "unbelieving" or "unfaithful." During the Middle Ages (A.D.c.
www.muslimaccess.com /articles/jihad/kill_the_infidels.asp   (2020 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Infidels: A History of the Conflict Between Christendom and Islam: Books: Andrew Wheatcroft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Andrew Wheatcroft's Infidels examines the bloody faultline between Islam and the West.
The scope of his book is ambitious: he starts with a tremendous account of the battle of Lepanto in 1571, but then he forgoes the chronology.
Though hostility towards the Muslim world dated to much earlier times, it was the printed word and image (as well as a lesser extent later painted works of art and sculpture and the like) that solidified the definition of the Muslim infidel and served to sustain negative views of Muslims.
amazon.com /Infidels-History-Conflict-Between-Christendom/dp/1400062306   (3182 words)

  
 SPACE.com -- Space Religion and the Infidels
One thing almost all of us in the space community agree on is that space is the future of the human species.
It’s important that we the converted and faithful, the “chosen people” spread our gospel to the unbelievers and the space infidels who comprise most of humanity.
In order to do this we have to speak to them not from up on high from the temple walls in languages they do not comprehend, but in phrases and terms that they do understand.
space.com /adastra/adastra_infidels_061102.html   (796 words)

  
 Chesler Chronicles: AN URGENT CALL TO ALL INFIDELS ABOUT THE SO-CALLED MUSLIM "PEACE" INITIATIVE
Today, the Muslim world is “hard,” not “soft,” and is no longer as cosmopolitan or hospitable as it has, in the past, sometimes been to wealthy infidels.
While there are some small exceptions, in general, the Jews are gone, the Christians and all other religious groups are persecuted and in flight, the women are veiled and wearing sheets, hate blares from every mosque.
They deny it when talking to infidels, but it is clearly part of the Qur’an and Mohammed’s personal history, and former and liberal Muslims readily acknowledge it.
pajamasmedia.com /xpress/phyllischesler/2007/10/19/an_urgent_call_to_all_infidels.php   (1545 words)

  
 Qaeda sympathizers rap against 'infidels' - The Boston Globe
DUBAI -- Terrorism's newest weapon against the West is a violent English-language rap tune urging young Muslims to wage holy war.
The song is being broadcast on the Internet in an attempt to lure music-loving youth into supporting Al Qaeda's aims.
Titled "Dirty Kuffar" or "Dirty Infidels," the song is performed by a London-based group that Islamists said was deeply sympathetic to Osama bin Laden's network.
www.boston.com /news/world/middleeast/articles/2004/02/10/qaeda_sympathizers_rap_against_infidels   (401 words)

  
 CD Baby: INFIDELS: All For Nothing
This is the one CD that you will be spinning over and over again for months to come.
If you are down on the current state of music, then the Infidels "All For Nothing" is your salvation.
Youngstown, Ohio power pop band the Infidels sound so tight, it is not surprising they have been playing together for 20 years.They have a way with killer guitar solos/riffs and big singable choruses which add an extra dimension to their sound than most pop punk bands.
cdbaby.com /cd/infidels3   (331 words)

  
 The Infidels Forever Interview
LARS: It comes from me liking the word infidels and wanting to name a solo project Infidels, but then we used it for the band when we started up back in '02.
TORGEIR: Yeah, I remember Lars talking about Infidels all the time, the harder, more rythmic project he wanted to start about ten years ago when we were in a band together called The Jaded (yeah, we've always been great at picking band names that at least 25 other bands are using, haha).
We released a split 7" and an EP under the name Infidels the next year, and we were on a roll.
www.independentsonly.com /Interview_InfidelsForever.htm   (1056 words)

  
 Islam Watch - "Whither the Islamic Infidels?" by Abul Kasem
HAMED BY THE senseless atrocities perpetrated by the livid Islamic Jihadists on innocent infidels, including their harmless, sinless kindergarten children, the Islamic apologists living in the west are hell-bent to prove that Islam never condones such mayhem.
An appropriate term to describe these naive infidels could be 'Islamic Infidels'-the infidels as depicted in the writings by these western Islamic apologists.
Deluded by such dubious articles, many un-informed infidels even blithely acknowledge that 'Islam is a religion of peace', except that the insane Islamic terrorists have profoundly distorted this serene Islam.
www.islam-watch.org /AbulKasem/whither_the_islamic_infidels.htm   (2977 words)

  
 Dance of the Infidels: A Portrait of Bud Powell - Wal-Mart
Francis Paudras, a young jazz fan who met Powell in the late 1950s, released him from his unfavorable surroundings, encouraged him to create some of his finest music, and took care of him as if he were his child.
His story, "Dance of the Infidels", is one of the most moving of jazz memoirs -- and, served as the basis for Bertrand Tavernier's film 'Round Midnight, starring Dexter Gordon.
Here, for the first time in English, is a portrait of a friendship as surprising and heartbreaking as Bud Powell's timeless music.
www.walmart.com /catalog/product.gsp?product_id=484051   (630 words)

  
 The Intellectual Activist
The Prophet of Islam said: "I was ordered to fight the people until they believe in Allah and His Messenger." When the Muslims divided the people into Muslims and non-Muslims, and called to fight the others until they believe in what they themselves believe, they started this clash, and began this war.
In order to start this war, they must reexamine their Islamic books and curricula, which are full of calls for takfir and fighting the infidels.
Today, thanks to an unusually blunt and provocative interview on Al Jazeera television on Feb. 21, she is an international sensation, hailed as a fresh voice of reason by some, and by others as a heretic and infidel who deserves to die….
www.intellectualactivist.com /php-bin/news/showArticle.php?id=1082   (2156 words)

  
 Infidels by Bob Dylan CD
After using SLOW TRAIN COMING, SAVED and SHOT OF LOVE as sounding boards for his born-again Christianity, Bob Dylan took a trip to Israel amidst rumors that he was repudiating his new faith and embracing his Judaic roots.
Upon returning from his overseas excursion, Dylan went straight into the studio with co-producer Mark Knopfler and emerged with INFIDELS, a record that found the legendary singer-songwriter recording songs that were more of a political nature than a religious one.
When it was released, the now clearly ridiculous wave of baby boomer's misplaced anger and rampant revisionist hysteria regarding Dylan only continued.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/6739283/a/Infidels.htm   (489 words)

  
 Islam Review - Presented by The Pen vs. the Sword Featured Articles . . . Islam: the Facade, the Facts The rosy picture ...
We have to admit that using the word ‘infidel’ – even in different forms - is not used by the ‘Mohammedans’ only, but is used by others faiths too.
It is not strange when we find Webster dictionary defines the ‘infidel’ as the person who does not believe in the religion of the majority, specially who does not believe in the divine sources and their dominion, such as Christianity.
To be an infidel is to believe in a racist god, unjust and immoral, devious, hesitant, and a terrorist.
www.islamreview.com /articles/whoareinfidels.shtml   (2511 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Crusades
The Abbot of Clairvaux became the apostle of the crusade and conceived the idea of urging all Europe to attack the infidels simultaneously in Syria, in Spain, and beyond the Elbe.
Unfortunately, however, the internal changes which occurred in the West, the weakening of the political influence of the popes, the indifference of temporal princes to what did not directly affect their territorial interests rendered unavailing all efforts towards the re-establishment of Christian power in the East.
The popes endeavoured to insure the blockade of Egypt by prohibiting commercial intercourse with the infidels and by organizing a squadron for the prevention of smuggling, but the Venetians and Genoese defiantly sent their vessels to Alexandria and sold slaves and military stores to the Mamelukes.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04543c.htm   (14415 words)

  
 The infidels deserved to die, say Bali accused - smh.com.au
Three of the self-confessed Bali bombers have described their 202 victims, including 88 Australians, as sinners and "infidels" and the Sari Club as a "place of adultery".
On the eve of the Bali trial, Ali Imron, the bomb-maker, said the Sari Club deserved to be destroyed because "it was a place of sin".
The bombers picked the Sari Club because it was off-limits to Malays and Indonesians, he said.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2003/05/11/1052591674275.html   (590 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Infidels: A History of the Conflict Between Christendom and Islam: Books: Andrew Wheatcroft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Though hostility towards the Muslim world dated to much earlier times, it was the printed word and image (as well as a lesser extent later painted works of art and sculpture and the like) that solidified the definition of the Muslim infidel and served to sustain negative views of Muslims.
Andrew Wheatcroft's Infidels examines the bloody faultline between Islam and the West.
Certainly, he warns that his aim is not to explain why things happened that way, but how they happen, but in my opinion the very choice of some facts supposedly to be relevant implicitly asks for some kind of explanation that in this work is never openly developped.The final result is somehow confusing.
www.amazon.com /Infidels-History-Conflict-Between-Christendom/dp/1400062306   (1664 words)

  
 Crash Course in Jewish History Part 45 - The Crusades
As long as the Byzantine (Eastern) Empire, with its seat in Constantinople, dominated the Christian Church, it maintained the balance of power between the bishop of Constantinople and the bishop of Rome.
Its aim was to beat back the "infidels" (as Christians called their fellow monotheists) and to recapture the Holy Land.
As they were marching along they got the idea that they might as well get rid of the infidels in their midst -- namely the Jews.
www.aish.com /literacy/jewishhistory/Crash_Course_in_Jewish_History_Part_45_-_The_Crusades.asp   (3515 words)

  
 SPACE.com -- Space Religion and the Infidels
One thing almost all of us in the space community agree on is that space is the future of the human species.
It's important that we the converted and faithful, the "chosen people" spread our gospel to the unbelievers and the space infidels who comprise most of humanity.
In order to do this we have to speak to them not from up on high from the temple walls in languages they do not comprehend, but in phrases and terms that they do understand.
www.space.com /adastra/adastra_infidels_061102.html   (733 words)

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