Baghdad may have fallen:
is now united.
The Reality on the Ground!
The Crusaders have marched into Baghdad
after three weeks of merciless bombardment with bombs
and missiles that have killed thousands. Those who were
not killed or injured in the attacks suffered as the
Crusaders knocked out vital infrastructure such as water
and electricity works, in their bid to catch one man
Was it any surprise then that the western "embedded"
journalists - the Muslim ones having been murdered by
US forces - painstakingly struggled to obtain angles
that would show the streets full of jubilant people
welcoming the US troops? Where were the five million
people of Baghdad? Where were the scenes reminiscent
of the fall of communism in Russia and across Eastern
Of the five million inhabitants, only a few were seen
greeting US troops. A few hundred were seen defiling
anything related to Saddam, and hundreds more were busy
stripping Saddam's palaces of whatever they could get
their hands on. The remaining people - the majority
- were out of sight, wary of the presence of those who
have sought to starve and kill them for over a decade.
They had not spent the previous weeks resisting the
invasion of these forces because of any love for Saddam;
the screams were "Allahu Akbar" not "Long
live Saddam". They did it for Islam, and though
they resisted bravely and many became Shaheed, they
could not hold out with just rifles.
Clearly the only people that are rejoicing are the
Crusaders, and those few exiles who are besotted with
the western way of life. There are many signs that this
war has gone against the western interests, and has
furthered the cause of the Muslims and Islam.
- The vast majority of the Muslims of Iraq have not
welcomed the aggression of the Crusaders.
- The Muslims of the world have completely rejected
the reasoning and outcome of this war.
- The Muslims have been witness to the fact that
the UN is merely used for the interests of the major
powers. They will not likely call for UN intervention
- The Muslims have been witness to the absolute and
utter impotence and irrelevance of the Arab League
and organisations like it, in addition to the imbecilic
behaviour of their leaderships within them.
- The leaders in Muslim countries have had to lie
through their teeth to justify their inaction and
complicity in helping the Crusaders. They could not
hide this fact though they tried hard, which has turned
their populations massively against them. This has
resulted in some quite unprecedented actions by the
Muslims against their corrupt leaderships.
- The Muslims have realised that they are being picked
on one by one: Afghanistan, Iraq, perhaps Syria and
Iran next. They cannot stand against the Kafir as
divided nation states. The Muslims have resorted to
calling for unity on the basis of Islam and the brotherhood
amongst Muslims. They realise the Khilafah and political
Islam is the only common basis of uniting them, and
that nationalism only seeks to divide them.
- The most vivid scenes of this conflict have been
the massive protests by the Muslims "against"
government wishes. The protests by Iranian Muslims
for their brothers in Iraq, despite the eight-year
war. The fatwa of the Shia and Kurdish imams urging
the Iraqi Muslims to rise up in Jihad against the
As the Crusaders take hold of the rest of Iraq, their
lies and deceit continue. They still speak of a democratic
future for the country. A decade ago many Muslims would
have been drawn in by this idea, but today many have
realised and rejected it as a Kufr thought. Even those
who haven't quite grasped this are not holding their
breath! They remember all to well the "democracy"
the west speaks of when it involves Muslims. Algeria
was a democratic example that taught Muslims a lesson;
when Muslims vote for Islam it doesn't count. The Muslims
in Turkey have also learnt this lesson, having voted
in wolves in sheep's clothing.
The Muslim world is now utterly ready to throw away
the western system, the western agents, and western
politics. There is consensus on this, from farmers and
bakers to academics and opinion columnists. The Muslims
now call openly to the armies and the people of power
to move against their regimes, before they too have
to face the Crusaders, alone and incapable of resisting.
The Muslim armies, as individual forces, may not be
a match for the Crusaders but this Ummah united, with
all its wealth, people and armies would shake and destroy
the Crusaders without doubt.
The Muslims in Britain need to be amongst the carries
of the Da'wah to re-establish the Khilafah.