How the Church Is Being Undermined from Within
Sharia law mandates that Muslims are not allowed to enter into peace agreements with non-Muslims or forgo their obligation to perform jihad. They also state that whereas Judaism and Christianity teach, "love of one's neighbor as one's self," Islam teaches followers to have enmity toward Jews and Christians as set forth in the Islamic doctrine of Al Wala Wa al Baraa, or Loyalty and Enmity. Mainstream Islam advocates the separation of Muslims from non-Muslims, who are viewed as "unclean." Quran 58:22 states that devout Muslims do not befriend non-Muslims "even if they be their fathers, sons, brothers, or kin."
Central to Islamic ideology is that the Quran is the last of the holy books to be revealed and abrogates everything that came before it, as proclaimed in the Shahada or the Muslim prayer of affirmation: "There is no G‑d but Allah and Mohammed is his messenger."