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Saturday, February 07, 2015

Global Jihad

Global jihad

    By RobSmith 
The global jihad (sometimes referred to as World War III), from the Salafi-jihadist perspective, is a confrontation between the people of God[wp] and the enemies of God[wp] for control of the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, Islam, and ultimately world domination[wp]. The victor is also granted the right to exploit the assets of the world's richest corporation, now known as Saudi Aramco[wp].
There are four primary belligerent[wp] groups, Al Qaeda, the Islamic State, Iran, and global infidels. This Essay is a summary categorization of the four dominant belligerents, their allies and proxies.

Dar al-Harb

Dar al-Harb (the Realm of Conflict), according to Salafists, is principally made up of the New World Order[1] as organized within the kufr member states of the United Nations. The Islamic Republic of Iran is a participating member of the U.N. and, despite its name, is considered to be among the unbelieving nations.

Global infidels

From the Salafi-jihadist perepective, global infidels are a diverse group who have not embraced the Prophet's message after 1400 years. Whether this is due to resistance among the kufrs or failure among the ummah to execute Allah's will is a matter of speculation and debate among scholars on both sides of the divide.
Global infidels, as of 2014, broadly follow alliance schemes set down during the Cold War, with a few alterations. China, Japan and India, three economic powerhouses relative to the combined output of all the competing Islamic belligerents, coupled with their burgeoning potential for military strength, are also reckoned among global infidels.

Comparative asset value of Saudi Aramco, the world's richest corporation against United States GDP, China, and total world economic output, in trillions, 2014.[2]

Global infidel alliance

Sheikh Abd al-Aziz bin Baz[wp], Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia from 1993 until his death in 1999, was ostracized by the Salafi-jihadists for his support of the New World Order, replacing Shariah with secular rule [3] and bringing Saudi Arabia, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques[wp], within the global infidel alliance.

Junior Nato Crusaders

Nato Muslim partners

Russia and non-Muslim federated Republics

Since its founding in 1992 the Russian Federation has fought several insurgencies against al-Qaeda affiliates within its borders.[5] Russia has provided assistance to Iran and the Alawites in the war against al-Nusra and ISIS. By virtue of its position among the five permanent members[wp] of the United Nations Security Council[wp], and its traditional Christian character, it properly belongs to the Realm of Conflict.

Muslim Republics of the Russian Federation

Dar al-Salam

The word 'Islam' is a contraction[wp] of the term, 'Dar al-Salam', usually translated as 'the Realm of Peace' or 'Abode of Peace'. Three factions within the Realm of Peace are presently at War with each other and the global infidels for the prize of Mecca & the assets of Saudi Aramco.[7]


Extent of influence of a proposed Iranian Superpower.[8]
Because of its Shi'ite character, the Islamic Republic of Iran is referred to as Rafida[wp], or rejectionist of the orthodox Salafi traditions handed down thru Ibn Taymiyyah[wp], Abd al-Wahhab[wp], and others. While the government of Iran has been labeled as the leading state sponsor of terrorism[9], its official Shi'a brand of Islam stands in contrast to Sunni Salafi-jihadism, which regards Shiism not so much as a dissident sect, but rather heretical and treasonous.
Within the U.N framework of the "New World Order", as some so-called "Islamists" refer to it, Iran pursues its foreign policy objectives under the kufr Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations[wp] while covertly resorting to terrorism.
The Shi'a who look to the Islamic Republic of Iran currently are on the defensive in a genocidal campaign unleashed by the Islamic State. Iran is actively supporting the Assad regime of Syria against an insurgency by the Sunni Salafi-jihadists of al Nusra (al Qaeda) and ISIS. Iran receives support from the kufr regime of Russia[10], proving they are in bed with global infidels and are traitors to Islam.
Since its founding in 1979, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been in a covert war with the House of Saud[wp]. They consider themselves more adept as Custodians of the Holy Places than the Saudis, who rely for their security on the Great Satan[wp], who has spread debauchery, Westernization, and Hollywood movies around the planet.

Shiite proxies

The Islamic State

The Salafi-jihadis[wp] of the Islamic State currently are at war with their brother Salafi-jihadis of al Qaeda, with the rejectionist Shi'a of Iran and its proxies, and with the global infidel alliance led by the United States. (Salafi-jihadis expound an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that the global infidel alliance is led by Israel which controls the United States and all its crony proxies, stooges, and satellite regimes).
The Islamic State's design for global hegemony dates from a time when the earth was flat.

The Islamic State (official map).
Courtesy: The Islamic State
In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue, because of the threat Islamic extremists posed to Western commercial trading interests. For nearly a millenium prior to Mohammad, East-West trade between Europe, India, and China was facilitated via the Silk Route[wp]. With the rise of Islam, Western merchant caravans often were hi-jacked, their goods looted, and the tradesman enslaved or beheaded. After the failure of the Four Crusades to rollback the onslaught[11] of the new faith, Christopher Columbus devised a scheme to by-pass Islam and restore global trade. By sailing West to get East, Columbus accidentally discovered a new continent which proved to be a boon to the economic growth[wp] of Western civilization[wp] for the next 500 years.
Modern Salafists who aim to resurrect the first three hundred years of Islam (as seen in the map, upper right)[12] neglect the fact the world has somewhat changed since the Prophet Mohammad's day, and the existence of the Western Hemisphere hampers their plans for world domination making it more difficult and complicated[13].


  • Wilayat al-Sinai[wp]
  • Wilayat al-Yaman
  • Wilayat al-Haramayn
  • Wilayat al-Libya[wp]
  • Wilayat al-Algeria[wp]
  • Wilayat al-Khorasan

Al Qaeda

The remaining Salafi-jihadis of al Qaeda currently are at war with their brother Salafi-jihadis of ISIS, with the rejectionist Shi'a of Yemen, and with some elements of the global infidel alliance, principally Russia in Dagestan and other Republics of the Russian Federation, and France in the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack. Also, they are at war with the government of Pakistan, the Western satellite state of Afghanistan, and Christian villages of Nigeria.
Al Qaeda is now the Junior Varsity in the global jihad, a bit player, and motivated by the personal animosities and jealousies of its leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri who was shunted aside for the role of Caliph by the upstart Baghdadi. Power struggles for the sucsessorship to Mohammad are as old as Islam itself. Why Allah honors certain caliphs who murder competitors to the successorship, and not others, remains a subject of debate.

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