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Talha777
05-02-2007, 03:59 PM
Assalamo alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. This is a beautiful editorial which I found at Muslimedia.com.

http://www.muslimedia.com/abudhar209.htm
Remembering the true nature of our enemy
The threat to Muslims from an imperialistic American-Israeli power will not go away even if “Islamic terrorism” ends. The war-elites in Washington and Tel Aviv spent most of the last century sapping the resources of the world in what was supposedly a life-and-death struggle with communism. When communism collapsed, the politicians went looking for a new enemy to justify continuing their aggressive policies. Unable to find any convincing enemies to promote, they set about creating one from the movements of resistance created by their own policies; and so we now have “Islamic terrorism” or “Islamo-fascism”. Unknowns such as Mohammad ‘Atta, Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqawi and Khalid Sheikh Muhammad have been promoted by Hollywood style news-reporting to become the modern-day equivalents of Leon Trotsky, Che Guevara and Ho Chi Minh. The attacks of 9/11 were treated as a new Pearl Harbor (although the parallel with the Gulf of Tonkin incident may be more accurate) to give the war cabal in Washington and their allies in Tel Aviv the rationale to declare a war without end against the new threat to freedom and democracy. What started as an American knockout to the Taliban in Afghanistan has become an American quagmire in Iraq. George Bush’s war in Iraq is becoming America’s Frankenstein: the monster that destroyed its creator. By anyone’s account, the US is no longer fighting to win the war in Iraq; its only objective is to avoid losing it. The neo-conservatives, Israel’s closest allies in Washington, thought that they could use their shock-and-awe destruction of Iraq to bully other Western nation-states (principally the reluctant Europeans, the Russians and the Chinese) to acknowledge the US as the undisputed hegemon of the universe. This was to be the fulfilment of a political ambition that has been nurtured deep inside the corridors of power in Washington, through more than a century of American hubris from the Philippines to the Caribbeans or from the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli.

Right now, the real purveyors of terror are trained and equipped in American military bases in the US and around the world. These are the shock-troops of imperialism who are supposed to reclaim the legacy of colonialism and spread the white man’s burden of ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’ around the world. These well-camouflaged killers-for-profits ignore the fact that the people of other countries all over the world really want the independence, freedom and self-determination that the West uses only as political rhetoric. They don’t care that there are hundreds of thousands of prisoners of war and prisoners of conscience whose main crime it is that they want freedom from Western hegemony above all else.

Power-blinded American officials gain strength not because of the merit of who they are but because of the fault of what we, the Muslims, have become. Across the quarter of the globe that is populated and ruled by Muslims, governments that fear the US more than they fear Allah have delivered their lands and people into the US’s control. General Pervez Musharraf, a Pakistani equivocator, cannot move a finger when it comes to the American military, intelligence, and political appropriation of the “Islamic Republic of Pakistan.” The rulers of every other Muslim state bar Islamic Iran are in a similar position.

But the American-imposed war on the Iraqi people is bringing forward the hour of reckoning between the forces of Islamic resistance, led by the Islamic state in Iran, and the imperialist super-structure around the world. For decades the zionist-dominated government in Washington has armed, financed, and provided political and diplomatic cover for the zionist wolves in Biblical skin who have stolen the Holy Land. It is America’s Israel that has killed individuals, massacred communities, and is attempting the total genocide a people who are both Muslim and Christian. And this is not a function only the current lunatic commander-in-chief, George W. Bush, but has been the pattern of American administrations of both parties for decades. Remember, many Muslims voted for Bush in 2000 as his predecessor, Bill Clinton, was seen as the most pro-Israel president ever. It was under his watch that the movement that has become known as “Islamo-fascism” was incubated.

What is crucial is that no-one is fooled by “moderate” American responses to the Iraq debacle. Look back at Algeria. “Terrorism” there was meant to destroy the popular appeal of movements for Islamic self-determination. Now, if the zionist brains within imperialism have their way, the Algerian model will subsume all the Muslims; the terrorism and violence of the last few years, culminating in the fratricidal sectarian maelstrom of Iraq, all generated by the zionists and imperialists, will scar and discredit Islamic movements for generations to come. Meanwhile, we will have honeyed voices from the West, regretting the excesses of the neo-cons, and seeking to make common purpose with moderate “Islamists” in the Muslim world, to find a way that the world can live in peace and harmony; provided, of course, that Muslims disown the “extremism” of Islamic activists who insist on genuine independence and self-determination for Muslim countries. Thus the essential objectives of the global conflict originated by the earlier powermongers and war-instigators, who set out to secure control over the resources in the oppressed and Muslim parts of the world, will be achieved by other means.

Key to this American strategy, of course, is the subversion of the Islamic State of Iran, the only country in which the Islamic movement is in power. The Western hope is that a “pragmatic” or “peace” candidate wins future elections in Islamic Iran, prompting the Islamic State to disengage from its Islamic responsibilities before the consolidation of Islamic power in the Islamic East itself; in this case, the Islamic Republic may save lives and money, as the West eases its pressure on it. But as the wheels of imperialism and zionism will grind on after “Iran” recoils into its nationalist self or is satisfied with a sectarian, truncated “Islam”; imperialists and zionists will still lash out at oppressed peoples and terrified Muslims; Israel will still shed Muslim blood and America will still draw Muslim oil. Israel will still kill Palestinians, other Arabs, and other Muslims and oppressed peoples at will. Iran without its Islamic commitment will become an Iran without an Islamic depth, and then such an Iran will be unprotected from the power above and from the people below. The zionist die-hards will still broadcast their threats from the safety of their nuclear club of nations. The pathetic oil-rich but cash-strapped rulers of Arabia will still make secret concessions and deposit more of their oil-revenues in zionist-controlled banks and financial interests. (The Saudi addiction to American support is little short of the American addiction to oil.) American aircraft based in Muslim countries will be ready to drop their bombs on Muslim populations whenever the zionists’ interests demand it.

Critics of the current confrontation between imperialist hegemony and Islamic self-determination contend that it is wiser to “fight” imperialism diplomatically than to do so on Islamic occupied territories; or that money spent on jihad would be better invested on civil society and security at home; or that the casualties sustained are too great a cost to bear; and that the Muslim peoples should make diplomatic concessions instead of a prolonged armed struggle. But these are tactical choices that must be made in any case. In the case of staying the jihadi course, at least, the long-term Islamic plan must be to confront foreign aggression and military occupation of Muslim lands and territories whenever and wherever necessary. And if that means that zionism and imperialism are to be buried somewhere between Tora Bora and Timbuktu, then so be it.

Some moneyed segments of the Ummah, who suffer less than other Muslims, and have more to lose than most, may feel that such a position is too expensive or too naive; but despite their objections, direct jihadi resistance against imperialist aggressors and the zionist occupiers who seek to terrorize people in their homelands and families in their homes is inevitable and inescapable. And the longer the struggle continues against the Anglo-American-zionist corporation of evil, the more the Muslim public will regain a clear vision of both their real representatives on the battlefield, and the real enemies they face. Already many Muslims are beginning to see how Taliban and al-Qa‘ida have been either set up (as with Taliban) or manipulated (as with al-Qa‘ida) as false positives, and are recognising that Islamic Iran and Islamic movements such as Hamas and Hizbullah are the real leaders of the Islamic struggle.

It is this clarity of vision that bodes well for the Ummah, whatever the problems we now face. When Muslims are attacked, and put under whatever pressure their enemies can bring against them, they do not forget Allah; they remember him. This is the simple fact that will ultimately thwart all the plans that our enemies make to defeat us.


I do not agree with everything in this article, including its insinuation that the Taliban were created by the West.
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skhalid
05-02-2007, 04:00 PM
dayym..talk about a long thread!!!..I had to speed read it..coz it would have taken me ages otherwise.
Jazakallah brother
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