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    Assalamu alaikum, It s a war against Islam SOURCE: http://www.khilafah.com/1421/category.php?DocumentID=2306&TagID=1 The leaders of the western nations are now
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      It's a war against Islam

      SOURCE: http://www.khilafah.com/1421/category.php?DocumentID=2306&TagID=1

      The leaders of the western nations are now coming out to make a point that
      this is not a war against Islam, stating that their real war is against
      the fanatics, the extremists and fundamentalists. However, by examining
      their statements we can see that this is a war against two separate

      "Our beliefs are the very opposite of the fanatics. We believe in reason,
      democracy and tolerance. These beliefs are the foundation of our civilised
      world" - "Enemies of the Civilized World," Blair said on the 14th of Sept

      Islam does not believe in democracy, freedom, tolerance or reason. It is
      well known that sovereignty belongs to Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'ala). There is
      no freedom from Allah's rule, or tolerance against Allah's rule or
      reasoning of Allah's rule. Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'ala) commands (to the
      nearest meaning): "The Rule is for none but Allah" [TMQ 6:57]

      They have characterized those who believe in democracy and freedom as the
      civilized world and the rest as uncivilized. The use of the terms
      civilized and uncivilized by the western nations reveals the true nature
      of their plan:

      "I think the while civilized world has been shocked by what's happened,
      and even some elements of the uncivilized world have begun to wonder
      whether maybe they're on the wrong side here." Deputy Defense Secretary
      Paul Wolfowit 13/9/01

      "This is a struggle that concerns us all, the whole of the democratic and
      civilized and free world." Tony Blair September 20, 2001

      "I think every civilized nation in the world recognizes that this was an
      assault not just against the United States, but against civilization."
      Powell September 15, 2001

      "We also have to remember that the greatest target that they have been
      going after are American values. The fact that we stand for a form of
      democracy and representative government and a value system that they find
      threatening to theirs and one that they have to destroy for their own
      radical purposes." Sept. 21 Interview of Secretary Powell by the BBC

      The concept of the civilized and uncivilized world has its roots in
      colonial history. Civilising the savages is a post-Enlightenment idea
      whose pragmatic version dates back to the Belgian King Leopold II, who
      attempted to legitimise his colonial politics through his so called
      "civilising of Africa". The label changed to the "White Men's Burden"
      during the British Empire, and "ethical politics" in the Dutch colonial
      empire, the 1920s and 30s brought the new key concept of "development".

      The Orientalists portrayed Europe as an area of superior culture and the
      "orient", when compared to it, as an area of patently inferior culture,
      they proceeded to divide the world intocivilised "us" and uncivilised
      "them" categories. Orientalism - which represented the Orient as a region
      in need of Western control and reform- presented the western culture as
      rational, forward looking, humane, and civilized and Islam being absent of
      these characteristics, resulting in two types of society: one, with
      history and the other, without history. It tends to turn history into a
      "moral" project (Wolf 1982), with the good side emerging victorious in
      humanity's quest of progress. By presenting the progress of the West as a
      natural consequence of the intrinsic virtues of Western culture.

      Orientalism serves an important ideological function. It not only
      justifies the West's exploitation of the rest, rather, it turns it into an
      historic mission of the West's noble attempt to help the 'other', the
      backward, the uncivilised, savage Orient to "assimilate" with the West.
      Their plan is not just to get a few "extremists or fundamentalists", they
      are laying detailed plans to get any one who does not carry their values
      or beliefs. Donald Rumsfeld clearly spelt out that this war is not just
      against a few individuals, but against the Muslim Ummah:

      "As I've mentioned previously, we are engaged in a very broad-based
      effort. We do not intend to simply go after one or two people or one or
      two networks."

      The Pentagon has named the U.S. military build-up "Operation Enduring
      Freedom." "'Enduring' suggests that this is not a quick fix," he said. "It
      will take years, I suspect." Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (25th

      Bush revealed the true nature of this campaign when he correctly described
      it as a crusade: "This crusade, this war on terrorism is going to take a
      while. And the American people must be patient. I'm going to be patient."
      September 16, 2001

      "No threat, no threat will prevent freedom-loving people from defending
      freedom. And make no mistake about it: This is good versus evil."
      Bush-Koizumi September 25

      On November 27, 1095 Pope Urban II went to Clermont-Ferrand in Southern
      France and delivered a speech which started almost half a millenium of
      Crusades against the 'infidel' Muslims. He stirred up the crusaders to
      believe that the Muslims were the embodiment of all evil and that this was
      a fight between good and evil. We should know that the hatred for Islam
      runs deep in their veins, it is a deep rooted concept which is
      continuously reinforced by the media. Their history bears testimony to
      this fact.

      One of the French learned writers Count Henri Decastri wrote in his book
      entitled 'Islam' in 1896:

      "I cannot imagine what the Muslims would say if they heard the tales of
      the mediaeval ages and understood what the Christian orators used to say
      in their hymns; all our hymns even those which emerged before the 12th
      century emanated from one concept which was the cause of the crusades,
      these hymns were filled with hatred towards the Muslims due to the total
      ignorance of their religion. As a result of those hymns and songs, hatred
      against that religion became fixed in people's minds, and the erroneous
      ideas deeply rooted, some of which are still carried nowadays. Everyone
      used to regard the Muslims as polytheists, disbelievers, idol worshippers
      and apostates."

      The crusader hatred harboured by the Westerners, especially in Europe and
      more so by Britain, and their deeply rooted animosity and wicked malice
      were the cause of our eventual humiliation in our homeland. General
      Allenby said in 1917 when he entered al-Quds: "Only today the crusades
      have ended."

      This was simply a genuine expression of what he really felt. It reflected
      the hatred and malice he harboured and the same could be said about every
      European that fought in the battles - cultural and military - against the
      Muslims, and Allah (Subhana wa ta'ala) has informed us (to the nearest

      "Rank hatred has already appeared from their mouths; what their hearts
      conceal is far worse."[TMQ 3:118]

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