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The Jihad Fixation - Agenda - Strategy - Portents
The Jihad Fixation - Agenda - Strategy - Portents

The Jihad Fixation - Agenda - Strategy - Portents

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Language

English

Publisher

Wordsmiths

ISBN

81874120038 - Year: 2001 - Pages: 424

Binding

Hardcover

A Compilation

Author: A Compilation
Publisher: Wordsmiths
Year: 2001
Language: English
Pages: 424
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81874120038

Description

With this type of jihad the kufar are repelled and their hearts are filled with fear. The purpose is to ensure the kufar remain terrorized and away from mischief, thereby allowing the message of Islam to be conveyed without obstruction. Islam has ordered the Muslims to gain strength to the extent that the disbelievers are terrorized.

Everyone who is steadfast to his religion, everyone who holds on to his religion, everyone who defends his religion became a terrorist and he is the extremist and he is the fundamentalist.

I travelled several times to Pakistan and Afghanistan and there I met many brothers and Islamic groups who came from various regions of the Islamic world.

We were looking for jihad after Afghanistan. We found it in the Philippines, Kashmir, Bosnia. The rulers of Pakistan and Bangladesh prepared barricades of sand bags against the flood of fundamentalism and the muftis of Egypt continue to declare that fundamentalism is haram.

Madrasahs training students from Burma, Nepal, Chechnya, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Yemen, Mongolia, Kuwait, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Russia, Turkey.

Those imprisoned were: Saudi nationals and other resident expatriates who fought jihad in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Chechnya, Tajikistan, Philippines; others preparing to travel to Kosova. Muslim rebels buying arms from North Korea using money provide by Usama bin Ladin.

The Chinese government ahs executed 30 Muslims, accusing them of terrorism, arrested over 18,000 Yugur Muslims in Xinjiang. Saudi businessmen paying bin Ladin protection money to stave off attacks on their business. International terrorist organizations linked to Usama bin Ladin threatening to attack military installations in Kenya, Uganda, India.

The most dangerous development of its kind was the entry of the USA into a direct confrontation arena against the Islamic movements. The American missile attacks against Sudan and Afghanistan give you an indication of the size and nature of any future confrontation.

Killing 20 people and attacking trains, banks and hotels.
Islamists returning from Albania arrested in various European countries.
Many Egyptian Muslims captured in Albania.

Reports that Usama bin Ladin has been funding young British Muslims at armed training camps.

Militants, allegedly led by Usama bin Ladin, planned to carry out multiple bombings in three countries during the holiday period in 1999.

Extremists, including supporters of Usama bin Ladin, now appear to be using Canada as a base to launch attacks in the United States.

From Algeria, Egypt, the Philippines, Thailand, Syria, Lebanon, and from every corner of the world people rose to sacrifice their lives.

One addicted to heroin can get off it, but a mujahid cannot leave the jihad. I am spiritually addicted to jihad.

We won’t stop-even if India gave us Kashmir.

We’ll also bring jihad in Pakistan, We want to see a Taliban-style regime here.

Killing the Americans and their allies is an individual duty for every Muslim in order for their armies to move out of all the lands of Islam, defeated and unable to threaten any Muslim.

If one concedes the relevance of the concepts of jihad as the religiously enjoined duty of all Muslims to struggle/rebel against unjust authority, why was it that no Muslims to struggle/rebel against unjust authority, why was it that no Muslim scholar, country, or political party described Bangladesh’s freedom struggle in those terms? Why should the term in its popular usage be limited to situations that involve conflicts between Muslims and non-Muslims alone?

Contents

THE CAMPAIGN

Definition

Objectives

Types

Philosophy

Obligation

Justification

Way of Life

Return to the Way

Perception of The Other

Detractors

Other Views

THE EXECUTION

Methods

The Mujahid

The Agents

The Tentacles

Destabilization Theories

GLOSSARY

INDEX

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