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Sunday, July 17, 2005

Piracy: an Islamist view?

Here's a different view from

Update: Oh, yes, it mentions the US desire for world domination and the return of the Caliphate and suggests Islamic reassertion of control over the Strait of Malacca, Suez Canal and the Strait of Gibralter. All as a part of the "restoration" of the world described thusly:
There was a time when we the Islamic Ummah, were free of any power or authority other than that of Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and were free of the influence, wishes and commands of the kuffar. Before, the Islamic Ummah were respected and held in awe by the kuffar. Before the Islamic Ummah was cared for, their affairs managed, their lands under the protection of the Khalifah. The Khilafah was a powerful and secure, and the Muslims were respected and lived noble lives on this earth.
By the way, "kuffar" is the plural form of "Kafir" defined as "a person who refuses to submit himself to Allah (God), a disbeliever in God" (source.
The correct use of the word kafir in Islamic theology does not include either Christians, Samaritans, Jews, and all "Sabians" who are covered by the term Ahl-al-Kitab, or "People of the Book," because they are considered recipients of divine revelation from Allah. Some Militant Islamists, however, often do not make the distinction in their rhetoric and do often use it to include these religious communities, or any enemy.(source)
Update2 Mapping the Global Future -Caliphate scenario. (whole thing here)

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