Finally, HIzb, at least in Australia, believes jihad, warfare to spread the religion, is now necessary. Ismail Al-Wahwah, head of the Australian Hizb ut-Tahrir, called for the armies of jihad to march on Dar al-harb at a seminar in Turkey.
It seems that Hizb in Australia is calling for an all Islamic army which will be used to enforce shar’ ia on the populace.
A Muslim Call to Arms over the weekend even has the left wing Muslim-sympathetic media taking notice. A leader of radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir that is allowed to operate freely in Australia, told a group of Muslim supporters that he wants to raise an Islamic army to force sharia law on the country. His message was met by cries of “Takbir… Allahu Akbar!” by his followers at Lakemba in Western Sydney.
Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia leader says Muslim terrorist massacre on Charlie Hebdo cartoonists is a “cure” (for blasphemy)
Ismail Alwahwah, hardline Muslim leader from Hizb ut-Tahrir, a group advocating for an Islamic caliphate, who also attended rallies with Martin Place Islamic terrorist Man Haron Monis, says the attacks were a reaction to “daily humiliation of Muslims and insults to their book and prophet.”
Hizb Ut-Tahrir Activists Rally In Crimea
June 06, 2013
Guantanamo Bay: A Stain of Disgrace on the Face of America’s ‘Civilization’ which Time Will Never Erase!
Friday, 10 May 2013 11:35
After more than 11 years since the establishment of the worst prison in the modern era, the Guantanamo prison administration are force feeding twenty prisoners from the one hundred on hunger strike. An outcry was sent from Yemeni detainee, Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel, from the darkness of his prison-cell, in an article leaked by his lawyer and published by The New York Times on Sunday 14 April, titled: “Gitmo Is Killing Me.” The loud cry sent from the depths of his prison, saying: “I will not eat until they restore my dignity.” In the letter, he described the excruciating pain he felt when eight officers beat him while he was ill lying on a prison-hospital bed. They also thrust feeding tubes into his stomach through his nose. He says, “I will never forget … I can’t describe how painful it is to be force-fed this way.” He also says, “I’ve been detained at Guantánamo for 11 years and three months. I have never been charged with any crime. I have never received a trial.” Lawyers say the hunger strike came as a protest against the inspection process of the prisoners’ belongings and their Qur’an, which they described as a desecration. Read the rest of this entry »
Why Did Israel Bomb Damascus?
Friday, 10 May 2013 11:39
Last Sunday, Israel struck several Syrian high security and elite military complexes in the capital, Damascus, in close proximity to the presidential palace. The devastating strike targeted the elite Republican Guard bases and a high-profile military research center. After the attack, Israel deployed two of its Iron Dome anti-missile batteries on its northern borders, close to Syria and South Lebanon.  This attack followed two other smaller attacks at military convoys, claimed to be heading to Hezbollah in Lebanon. What raised questions was the sheer power of the bombs dropped that rocked the capital and the targets of the assault. Read the rest of this entry »
Obama and the US: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Written by Muzammil Hussain Saturday, 01 June 2013 15:51
The speech of President Barak Obama at the National Defense University may 23rd 2013 heralded the much anticipated change in American foreign policy. This change has been anticipated by many astute analysts and politicians for nearly two years. In his speech president Barak Obama focused upon the war on terror he stated: “What is clear is that we quickly drove al Qaeda out of Afghanistan, but then shifted our focus and began a new war in Iraq. And this carried significant consequences for our fight against al Qaeda.” Read the rest of this entry »
Dangers of the Iranian-Hezbollah Axis
Written by Abed Mostapha Thursday, 06 June 2013 14:26
With each passing day, the depth and breadth of Iran’s support for Assad’s floundering regime becomes ever more apparent. The latest news to emerge from Syria is that sophisticated technology supplied by Russia and Iran is boosting Assad’s chances of staging a comeback against the brave opposition fighters. Equally revealing is the magnitude of the assistance provided by Hezbollah to Assad’s brutal war machine. Hezbollah fighters deeply entrenched with Assad’s men are engaged in several battles in and around Damascus, and near strategic town of Qusayer and elsewhere. Read the rest of this entry »
Hezbollah’s Calculus in Syria
Written by Abu Anas Thursday, 06 June 2013 16:27
On May 25th, Hezbollah’s chief, Hassan Nasrallah, declared that his Lebanese based Shia militia will fight with all its capacity to save the Syrian regime. After several maneuvers in the last few months, walking the tightrope of public diplomacy, he finally admitted his direct involvement in supporting Bashar al-Assad’s brutal crackdown on the Syrian Revolution. In pushing out the Israeli occupation from Lebanon in 2000 and it’s tactical victory over Israel in 2006, Hezbollah skyrocketed in fame amongst all Arabs, including even Sunnis. Siding with the oppressive regime in Damascus, however, has destroyed any goodwill Hezbollah had within the Sunni majority of the Middle East. Nasrallah, Arabic for “God’s victory”, became famously Narsallat, or “idol’s victory” and his party of God became known as the party of Satan within the media and the masses. Read the rest of this entry »