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Those ‘Holy Wars’ were declared to have ended almost 1000 years later in 1917 when a British army defeated the Ottoman Muslim Army. When the British General, Allenby, victoriously entered Jerusalem in October 1917 he declared “today the Crusades have ended”. In fact the Holy Land was ‘occupied’ and ‘enslaved’ rather than ‘liberated’. e. the Crusades) against Islam and Muslims still continue to this day. The AngloAmerican-Israeli military occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan and the proxy occupation of Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, and other countries are examples of such continuing Holy War; • The return of the Israelite Jews (distinct from European Khazar Jews who have no descent from Abraham) to the Holy Land to 57 reclaim it as their own.

Secret meetings, conspiracies. Leading members of the group regularly hold secret meetings with the top leaders to renew allegiance and discuss activities (wa idha khalaw ilaa shayaateenihim qaaloo innaa ma'akaum . . Qur’ān, al-Baqarah, 2:14, see also 2:76 and Aal 'Imraan 3:119-120). 6. ” Leading members report to top leaders whom Allah identifies as satans (wa idha khalaw ilaa shayaateenihim . . Qur’ān, al-Baqarah, 2:14). This is the first mention of the term “satan” in the Qur’ān. It happens to be in the plural form.

Only the mainstream who stick to Qur’ān and Sunna are saved. In Chapter One, Shaykh Hosein reviews Muslim sects and challenges them to take a proper stand on the issue of Gog and Magog. Certain Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, atheist and polytheist sects also manifest some characteristics of fasaad groups. Naturally, these sects ally themselves with the most powerful fasaad group, Gog and Magog. As we speak, the leaders of these sects may be coordinating with Dajjal. Maybe this is why Allah prohibits Muslims from ever taking Jews or Christians as sponsors or allies (awliyaa').

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