Iraq: ISIS Sparks a Middle East Crisis, Explained

Iraq: ISIS Sparks a Middle East Crisis, Explained

Iraq is on the brink of a full-blown civil war. Who are these ISIS jihadists and how do they hope to change the map of the Middle East? What do other countri…
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  1. Thanks to the American Empire who killed Saddam Hussein in Iraq that led to
    violence and supporting pro-American rebel groups in Syria to kill Assad,
    ISIS or ISIL had emerged after breaking up with Al-Qaeda and plans to
    conquer two nations to become a caliphate or an Islamic Empire under
    Sunnism and extreme radicalism to fear the people for if they oppose them,
    they will be executed for defying Allah, their God, now already taken Mosul
    and plans to invade Baghdad from Shiite-Kurdish forces joining together in
    all matters to eliminate the group who is very dangerous to attack, which
    led to the American Empire to return to combat the situation and Iran
    entering the fractured country to help their Shiite-Kurdish allies to
    eliminate and conquer the nation to become with Iran, a Shiite religious
    superpower, rivaling Saudi Arabia, who is a major Sunni religious
    superpower, since both are members of OPEC to trade with Nazi Germany of
    the Americas from oil they produced for their financial assets to be
    rewarded but the chaos in Iraq, Iran and many nations who are involved to
    stop one another and extreme groups, led to the weakening economic
    situation back in the capitalist nations who rely on oil for economic
    growth, which will shut down and cause the collapse of the imperial dollar
    to fall because of the instability in the Middle East which eventually,
    will lead to WWIII within and the rest of the world. Chaos happen because
    American imperialism, Capitalism and their influence full of crap ideas led
    the world to become a big battlefield, whether radical, moderate or

  2. The philosophy and true nature of jihad is a matter both complex and
    subtle. Grave errors have been made both in our age and in the middle age
    (of Islam) because people failed to understand this subject. It is with
    great embarrassment that I am forced to admit that these dangerous mistakes
    have exposed the holy religion of Islam, which is a mirror of the laws of
    nature and a manifestation of God’s glory, to the criticism of its
    opponents. Since there were so few Muslims during Islam’s early period,
    their opponents treated them with bitter hostility out of the natural
    arrogance that inspires the minds of those who consider themselves to be
    superior to the followers of a new faith in terms of wealth, property,
    numbers,esteem and rank.

    God’s holy and exalted Prophet (upon whom the heavens and earth shower
    their blessings) was stoned on many occasions, so much so that he was
    stained with blood. Nevertheless, that upright mountain of truth tolerated
    all this mistreatment with an open heart and love.This attitude of
    steadfastness and humility provoked Islam’s enemies to intensify their
    persecution,and they looked upon this holy community as a hunter looks upon
    his prey. Then God, Who does not wish that cruelty and oppression should
    exceed their bounds on the earth, turned towards His oppressed servants,

    He informed His helpless, suffering people through the Holy Qur’an: I am
    watching everything that is happening to you and henceforth give you
    permission to retaliate.
    This is the commandment that in other words came to be known as jihad. The
    original wording, which is still preserved in the Qur’an, is as f ”That
    is: Allah has heard the cry of those oppressed people who are killed and
    unjustly turned out of their land and has permitted them to retaliate.
    Allah is All-Powerful, and able to help the oppressed. (. Surah al-Hajj ;17)

    This commandment was specific to the period and time. It was not forever.
    It applied during the time when those entering the fold of Islam were being
    slaughtered like sheep and lambs. After the time of the Holy Prophet (may
    peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and his Successors, people
    unfortunately made very grave mistakes in understanding the philosophy of
    jihad, which is rooted in the preceding
    verse. The unjust slaughter of God’s creatures was deemed to be a mark of
    religious virtue.

    It should be remembered that today’s Islamic scholars (who are called
    maulavis) completely misunderstand jihad and misrepresent it to the general
    public. The public’s violent instincts are inflamed as a result and they
    are stripped of all noble human virtues. (British Government and Jihad)

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