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Indigenous Peoples

Under the Rule of Islam

 

by Frederick P. Isaac

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Many Islamic regimes have grabbed so much territory, wealth and absolute power that they have become breeding grounds for terrorism, enhancing the revival of the past glory of the Islamic empire through jihad, holy war. Instead of putting their resources and wealth to good use, they waste it. They squander it in billions. They burn it, burning others with them.

Instead of using their rich resources to establish a pluralistic society and share their country’s wealth with their sister states, they go buying weapons, building armies and blasting people and themselves to oblivion in the name of (Nashr Al-Da’awah), the spread of their mission through jihad. Instead of investing in education to reform some of their ailing states to derive social and economic benefits, giving their people freedom of choice to find their rightful place in society, and become part of the global family, the Abode of Peace States stifle their people with segregation and suppress their freedom.

Being representatives of Allah, theocratic rulers of certain Islamic states of the Abode of Peace like, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Somalia silence opposition, suppress civil liberty and impose stiff restrictions and obedience on their subjects, in accordance with their Islamic religious order, dragging others with them to a restricted lifestyle (Aburish, 1995: pp 54-55).

The long-term objective of the Abode of Peace states is to keep their disillusioned subjects at bay for fear of manifesting disloyalty and dissension because of their continued suppression. Their actions are in execution of their fatwa, using force to control the world society and run it in accordance with the principles of jihad. Beginning with the Abode of Peace, such as in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, Egypt, Sudan, Algeria, Nigeria, and Indonesia, irregular armed bodies pop up as killing tools to silence any opposition move and eliminate their resistance. They disappear and melt away never to appear again until called upon by their CPC hardliners to resume their acts of terrorism in other selected countries in the Abode of Peace and War.

In the Abode of War, mujahideen keep the Western society in fear of terrorism. Here, the Mujahid, in the West, plays the role of a gentleman, as a movie star persona, with deadly seriousness. He follows the script as a dedicated performer, to achieve the highest mark in fulfilling his assignment of death and destruction in the name of Allahu Akbar and Islam.

 

 

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