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I.T.S. Presents: Khilafah Conference
Monday, 27 February 2006

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“The four great powers are committed to Zionism, and Zionism be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long tradition, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desire and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land”
-Lord Balfour


The Destruction of the Khilafah - 3rd March 1924
Tuesday, 07 March 2006

The Prophet said, "The knots of Islam will be undone one by one until every one of them is undone, and the first one to be undone is the ruling by the Book of Allah (swt) and the last one is the prayer."

The Prophet established the knots of Islam upon the earth. For thirteen years, he endured many hardships so that the earth could be shaded by ruling by the Book of Allah (swt), the Islamic State. For thirteen centuries thence, the Muslims lived by this noble rule. In this period, they enjoyed Allah's (swt) pleasure, for they ruled by that which pleased Him (swt). In the above hadith, the Prophet spoke of how this would not last. Throughout the centuries of Islamic rule, Muslims who read this hadith shuddered at the mere thought of the loss of the Islamic State. The Khilafah was abolished on 3rd March 1924. In its place today are over fifty secular, states. Their ruling is by other than the Book of Allah (swt). The advocates of secularism would have us feeling no remorse at this huge loss. Secularists perceived it as a step forward; the destruction of the Islamic rule was a sign of 'progress'. They are even told to idolise the man who was so instrumental in its destruction, Mustafa Kemal. To the extent that 'TIME Magazine' has been inundated by requests for him as a nominee for 'Man of the Century'.

4 Comments:

Blogger Papa Ray said...

The Qur'an is the Muslim's worse enemy and will be their killer, even though the blade will be held by another, the force of the blow will be directed and accomplished by the Qur'an.

Once this is accomplished and the Qur'an and Islam are no more than dust, the children of the once Islamic world will be able to step out of the shame and the shadow into the bright light of the future.

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

9:20 PM  
Blogger Aisah_6 said...

What have Muslims done today to end the genocide in Darfur?In this day and age it is hard to fathom the mass killings, atrocities, and ethnic cleansing that are continuing in Darfur, Sudan. As you read this, the killing is still taking place. Women are still being raped. Children are still being orphaned.You probably know the facts by now:
More than 400,000 men, women and children dead of murder, starvation and disease;
Two million citizens displaced;
Millions now reside in camps in Darfur and Chad that are overcrowded, lacking clean water and food, and where disease, rape and murder are daily threats.
Elie Wiesel has said that in Darfur, “what is at stake is our
own humanity.” I could not agree more.

3:48 AM  
Blogger Anum Mahktar said...

the Sudan is part of the Islamic nation and all non-Muslims are treated well as the Sharia law protects them. Only by them not being peaceful will they become harmed

12:26 PM  
Blogger Avenging Apostate said...

the Sudan is part of the Islamic nation and all non-Muslims are treated well as the Sharia law protects them. Only by them not being peaceful will they become harmed

Do they become, say, not peaceful when they do not convert to Islam? When they ask for their rights? When they don't fight back but are viciously killed? When their women are raped, their children taken away, their elders killed, their families destroyed?

Sounds just like when one of the tribes of the Medinian Jews werent being peaceful. They refuzed to take part in a war against the Koreish and remained neuteral (and the treaty between them and Mohammed allowed them to take that stance). So Mohammed thought he'd make them peaceful and ended up killing about 700 males in one day.

'Islam is a religion of peace and harmony.' Do I laugh at it or be sad?

5:55 AM  

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