From the Last English Prince:
In the Western military tradition the theater of operation creates the folklore.
Islam is different. In the Islamic tradition the folklore creates the battlespace. There is no greater psychological lethality than that attached to the folklore of Islamic combat ribbons. Do you know this name and do you know the nature of his service medal?
Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas. The man received his service medal for beating a polytheist to death. His act is the first recorded instance of bloodshed in the name of Islam. (Ibn Hisham 1/263)
The concept of polytheism finds ample play in the Qur’an. Here is one reference: “There proclaim openly that which you are commanded (Monotheism), and turn away from Al-Mushrikun (polytheists) Qur’an 15:94
Polytheists can also be noted in the folklore of Nakhlah, where one “polytheist” was killed and two were captured. This incident, changed the patterns of caravan trade forever when Muhammad declared there was no longer a “safe time zone” for safe travel. (Qur’an 2:217)
Polytheism is the word used by the common man. Scholars will make reference to “Trinitarians” when speaking against Christians. Al-Qaeda loves the coin “Cross Worshippers”.
Islam takes a direct stab against Christianity by declaring “Far be it from Allah to have begotten a son….”GO READ THE WHOLE THING.