sir aslan Wrote:
Jul 30, 2013 6:12 PM
Global Islam has a vision of establishing a Eurasian caliphate, straddling across the Indian sub-continent, from Indonesia to Turkey and thence into the Balkans. In view of the fast approaching demographic demise of Christian Europe, the Islamists feel that once India is overrun by Islam they would be able to seize and rule Europe, the citadel of the Christian faith. Thereafter they hope to confront America - their arch enemy. They are, however, conscious of the fact that the Hindu-majority India is the biggest obstacle in the achievement of their objective. Decades ago, after passing of the Lahore Resolution in 1940 demanding creation of Pakistan, a "Millat and Mission Statement" highlighting the ultimate Muslim goal, titled ‘SevenCommandments of Destiny' was issued by Chaudhry Rehmat Ali, a close associate of Jinnah. The most important commandment was to convert the Indian sub-continent into what he called ‘DINIA' and then "write finis to the most deceptive fiction in the world that India is the sphere of Indianism". Global Islam has a vision of establishing a Eurasian caliphate, straddling across the Indian sub-continent, from Indonesia to Turkey and thence into the Balkans. In view of the fast approaching demographic demise of Christian Europe, the Islamists feel that once India is overrun by Islam they would be able to seize and rule Europe, the citadel of the Christian faith. Thereafter they hope to confront America - their arch enemy. They are, however, conscious of the fact that the Hindu-majority India is the biggest obstacle in the achievement of their objective. Decades ago, after passing of the Lahore Resolution in 1940 demanding creation of Pakistan, a "Millat and Mission Statement" highlighting the ultimateMuslim goal, titled ‘Seven Commandments of Destiny' was issued by Chaudhry Rehmat Ali, a close associate of Jinnah. The most important commandment was to convert the Indian sub-continent into what he called ‘DINIA' and then "write finis to the most deceptive fiction in the world that India is the sphere of Indianism". The ongoing jihad against Hindus manifesting in repetitive attacks on temples and unarmed pilgrims is part of that ultimate design of Islamists operating from Pakistan and Balgladesh, located on our flanks. It is part of the Islam's grand design of forming a trans-Asian caliphate for which a battle is being waged right here in India. Unfortunately, most Hindus and the ruling political dispensation are indifferent to the diabolical threat. A caliphate is a typical Islamic concept of governance based on the unity of Ummah under which the ruler called Caliph,or ‘Khalifa' is the supreme commander of the Muslim ‘ummah'. He is also known as ‘Amir al- Muminin' and recognised as successor to the Prophet and represents the political and spiritual leadership of Islam worldwide. Caliphate is the only form of government which has total approval of Islamic scriptures and theologians. Following the death of first four caliphs, all of whom were Prophet's companions, the institution of caliphate passed into the hands of dominant Muslim dynasties, e.g., the Umayyads, the Abbasids and the Ottomans. After Turkey's defeat in World War II, the last caliphate of Ottomans was abolished in 1924 by Mustafa Kemal Pasha. Ever since then the Muslims worldwide have been yearning for the re-establishment of a caliphate in a bid to revive the long lost grandeur of Islam. Sporadic attempts to revive the institution were made from time to time the most interesting of which was the Khilafat movement launched in India by Ali brothers, Mahomed Ali and Shaukat Ali, with full support of Mahatma Gandhi. The revival of radical Islam worldwide, turbo-powered by spectacular increase in Muslim population and the rising crescendo of global Jihad, a number of Islamist idealogues and militant groups have been striving for restoration of the caliphate. One such prominent militant group is al-Qaeda, while another equally vehement exponent of the concept has been the London-based Hizb ut Tahrir. Not long ago Osama bin Laden had given a call to establish "the righteous caliphate of our ummah". No wonder, recently al-Qadea's Internet News Bulletin from Iraq has been named as "Voice of the Caliphate