The “moderate”, “minority” voice that does not distress The President, Liberals, or the Liberal Press — The Muslim Brotherhood.
“The Islamic ummah,” it says, referring to the supranational community of Muslims, “can regain its power and be liberated and assume its rightful position which was intended by Allah, as the most exalted nation among men, as the leaders of humanity.”
Elsewhere, it exhorts Muslims, “Know your status, and believe firmly that you are the masters of the world, even if your enemies desire your degradation.”
“The Brotherhood is not rushed by youth’s enthusiasm into immature and unplanned action which will not alter the bad reality and may even harm the Islamic activity, and will benefit the people of falsehood,” Mashhur wrote.
“One should know that it is not necessary that the Muslims repel every attack or damage caused by the enemies of Allah immediately, but [only] when ability and the circumstances are fit to it.”
Jihad is the Way explicitly endorses the reinstatement of a worldwide Islamic regime.
“It should be known that jihad and preparation towards jihad are not only for the purpose of fending off assaults and attacks of Allah’s enemies from Muslims, but are also for the purpose of realizing the great task of establishing an Islamic state and strengthening the religion and spreading it around the world.”
“Jihad for Allah,” Mashhur wrote, “is not limited to the specific region of the Islamic countries, since the Muslim homeland is one and is not divided, and the banner of Jihad has already been raised in some of its parts, and shall continue to be raised, with the help of Allah, until every inch of the land of Islam will be liberated, and the State of Islam established.”
Hassan al-Banna, the movement’s founder, “felt the grave danger overshadowing the Muslims and the urgent need and obligation which Islam places on every Muslim, man and woman, to act in order to restore the Islamic Caliphate and to reestablish the Islamic state on strong foundations.”
“Honorable brothers have achieved shahada [martyrdom] on the soil of beloved Palestine, during the years ’47 and ’48, in their jihad against the criminal, thieving, gangs of Zion,” it says.
“Still today, memory of them horrifies the Jews and the name of the Muslim Brotherhood terrifies them.”
“The problems of the Islamic world – such as in Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, Eritrea or the Philippines – are not issues of territories and nations, but of faith and religion.
They are the problems of Islam and all Muslims, and their resolution cannot be negotiated and bargained by recognizing the enemy’s right to the Islamic land he stole, and therefore there is no other option but jihad for Allah, and this is why jihad is the way.” (Jerusalem Post)
This a translation released Tuesday of a 1995 book by the movement’s fifth official leader sheds light on just how Egypt’s Brotherhood views itself and its mission. Jihad is the Way is the last of a five-volume work, The Laws of Da’wa by Mustafa Mashhur, who headed the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from 1996-2002.
There’s nothing there is there. Nothing to see. No Problems. Not serious. Just move on. Ignore it. 😦
The Ministry of Truth is Correct. Just keep telling yourself that….
Oh and while you’re at it. Thank the NEA (National Teacher’s Union), Liberal education “investments” for the following:
26% of U.S. don’t know who we declared independence from: Marist poll
How dumb are we?
Apparently, pretty dumb.
At least according to a new Marist poll, which says 26% of people in this country don’t know that the U.S. declared its independence from Great Britain.
That includes 20% who were unsure and 6% who thought the U.S. separated from another nation.
So what country do people think the U.S. achieved its independence from?
Among the countries mentioned were France, China, Japan, Mexico and Spain.
The poll surveyed 1,004 Americans in June and had 3% margin of error.
|On July 4th we celebrate Independence Day. From which country did the United States win its independence?|
|Great Britain||Unsure||Other countries mentioned|
|Row %||Row %||Row %|
|Household Income||Less than $50,000||63%||30%||7%|
|$50,000 or more||86%||9%||5%|
|Age||18 to 29||60%||33%||7%|
|30 to 44||75%||15%||10%|
|45 to 59||79%||17%||4%|
|60 or older||76%||19%||4%|
|45 or older||78%||18%||4%|
|July 2010 Marist Poll National Residents “N=1004 MOE +/- 3%” Totals may not add to 100 due to rounding.|
This was done 6 months ago, by the way.
I’d say the error margin is quite a bit higher in reality. But I bet they can text a 1000 words a minute and tell you everything about everyone on “American Idol”!!!
There’s Hope after all… 🙂