That's what Gene at SayAnyThingBlog.com says.
"I was ordered to fight all men until they say 'There is no god but Allah.'"
Prophet Muhammed's farewell address, March 632
"I shall cross this sea to their islands to pursue them until there remains no one on the face of the earth who does not acknowledge Allah."
Saladin, January 1189
"We will export our revolution throughout the world . . . until the calls 'there is no god but Allah and Muhammed is the messenger of Allah' are echoed all over the world."
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, 1979
"I was ordered to fight the people until they say there is no god but Allah, and his prophet Muhammed."
Osama bin Laden, November 2001
In case you are confused, the western world and Christianity has been at war with Islam and it's imperialist notions for 1374 years. We just didn't, or don't, always know it.
The war was engaged on U.S. soil September 11, 2001 when men and women bravely took on and took out hijackers of United Flight 93 and crashed the jet in the fields of Pennsylvania. Thousands of lives and gallons of blood have been spilled since. The idea that we can retreat to our borders and leave the battle unfought in other lands like Iraq, which many well-meaning Americans believe would be prudent, is only delaying the inevitable. We must win this war for all we hold valuable and dear or surrender our lives on the altar of political expediency forever. This is a battle we must win. Retreat or defeat is not an option.
I have wondered about the silence from the so-called Muslim moderates when Rhaman was sentenced to death in Afghanistan. It's easy to understand now. They know what side they are on. The problem is that we don't. This isn't about hate, it's about recognizing those who hate me, you and the life we choose.
Those quotes at the top are on the lips of many in the Islamic world. They are the emerging world religion which will take a historic run at crushing anything resembling Christianity on this planet. Christianity to them means anything non-Muslim. That means you, regardless of whether you are Christian or not.