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The Dhimma's return

PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 10:56 am
by antineoETC
THIS ARTICLE from 2010 may already have been posted here but the bits about "the silence of the dhimmis" and the "silence of the historians" are particularly salient considering the current self-dhimmifacation of countries like the UK.

Re: The Dhimma's return

PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:42 am
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
It's an ongoing psy-op that has become more refined over time.

Excerpt from the "Management of Savagery" by Abu Bakr Naji

The Najji describes three states of jihad.

In stage one ("vexation and empowerment") the "will of the enemy" would be broken by destruction of "vital economic and strategic targets". In Muslim-majority countries these would include "oil facilities and the tourism infrastructure".[9] For example, after the 2005 Bali bombings of tourist resorts, tourist sites around the world were compelled to increase their security, an enormous expense compared to the small cost of jihad attacks.[10] A campaign of constant violent attacks (vexation operations) in Muslim states will eventually exhaust their ability and will to enforce their authority.[2][8] Concentrating security forces to protect these sensitive targets will cause the state to weakened and its powers wither, leading to a breakdown of public order, since “if regular armies concentrate in one place they lose control. Conversely, if they spread out, they lose effectiveness”.[10] Salafi-jihadists will take advantage of this security vacuum, launching an all-out battle on the thinly dispersed security forces leading to the destruction of the state targeted by the jihadis.[11] Extreme violence is emphasized.
One who previously engaged in jihad knows that it is naught but violence, crudeness, terrorism, frightening [others] and massacring -- I am talking about jihad and fighting, not about Islam and one should not confuse them.[12]

Also part of this stage are attention grabbing operations, publicized by "a media strategy that seeks rational and sharia justification for such operations" to attract youthful recruits to jihad.[10] To free captured jihadis, hostages should be taken and "if the demands are not met, the hostages should be liquidated in a terrifying manner, which will send fear into the hearts of the enemy and his supporters.”[10] “The most abominable of the levels of savagery" are preferable to "stability under the order of unbelief.”[13] In addition, "police forces, armies, political parties, newspapers, Islamic groups, petroleum companies, private security companies, civil institutions", should be infiltrated by jihadis.[10] Naji nominated Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, North Africa, Nigeria and Pakistan as potential targets, due to their geography, weak military presence in remote areas, existing jihadist presence, and easy accessibility of weapons.

The Management of Savagery: The Most Critical Stage Through Which the Umma Will Pass - Abu Bakr Naji


https://web.archive.org/web/20140630173226/https://azelin.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/abu-bakr-naji-the-management-of-savagery-the-most-critical-stage-through-which-the-umma-will-pass.pdf

Re: The Dhimma's return

PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:55 am
by Ansar al-Zindiqi

Re: The Dhimma's return

PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:21 am
by Ansar al-Zindiqi
And while we're looking at dhimmitude let's not forget the role of "controlled opposition" in all of this. Since the early days of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain back in 2006 there have been a number of ex-Muslim groups and individuals who fit that description.

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Secular Jihadists


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https://poddtoppen.se/podcast/1202776570/secular-jihadists-for-a-muslim-enlightenment/ep78-beating-bigotry-with-a-smile-veedu-vidz

Re: The Dhimma's return

PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:53 am
by antineoETC
Ansar al-Zindiqi wrote: A campaign of constant violent attacks (vexation operations) in Muslim states will eventually exhaust their ability and will to enforce their authority.


SEEMS THAT A SIMILAR STRATEGY IS YIELDING RESULTS IN SWEDEN

Of course, due to the fact that what we can personally experience first-hand about what is going on in the world is limited by the range of our five senses, such stories can always be effectively rubbished by the political left (or Islamists posing as leftists) as MYTHS. I was not in New York at the time of the "alleged" attack on the World Trade Center. Who knows, maybe it didn't happen. Maybe Saudi Arabia, which I have never visited, is - if the place even exists - actually a haven of freedom and enlightenment and all that stuff about "sharia" etc is just a pack of lies.