This is a brief analysis on Islam and it's fundamentals that I did a couple of years as an article for my now-defunct blog. At the time I wasn't affiliatied with National Socialism, but with another conservative and right-wing group (the Austro-Belgian U.M.A.).
Here's my summary:
''Much like Christianism, the Islam is such a vast topic that a full compendium of texts would not be sufficient to cover it in a sufficiently exhaustive way. We will start by stating that the Islam, much like the other two monotheist faiths, is anti-capitalistic, anti-socialist and anti-nationalist. While we agree without doubt to the first two policies, we do not approved its stance against nationalism. Islam does predicate an union of peoples under the banner of Muhammad for the glory of Allah, as such ‘‘divisory sentiments’’ like patriotism and nationalism, are considered immoral and against the Will of God (Allah). Islam also does not recognize the divide between State Authority an