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Imam Yahiya ibn Sharaf an-Nawawi

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Imam An – Nawawi

Dhahir Baybars requested a fatwa from the scholars that money should be collected in order to prepare an army to fight the Tatars in 658 H. Every single scholar issued the fatwa except for An-Nawawi who said: “I will not provide you with such a fatwa”.

Dhahir asked: “Why not? I want to purchase arms for this struggle, and you refuse to issue a fatwa for it?. The entire Ummah and religion will be exposed to loss.” He replied: “Because you came to us as a slave who owned nothing, and i see that you now own gardens, servants, slave girls, silver and gold. So, if you sell all of these things and still need money after that, I will issue the fatwa you seek”

He said: “Leave Sham”. And he left and went to a small village in Nawa (his hometown). The scholars came to Dhahir Baybars and said to him; ” The scholars of Sham are nothing without Muhi ad Din An – Nawawi.” He replied “Bring him back.” They then went to An – Nawawi and said: “Come back, oh Muhi ad Din”.

An – Nawawi said: “By Allah, I will not go back while Dhahir is in it,” and Allah fulfilled his oath: Dhahir died a month later, and An – Nawawi returned to Sham.

Mariam Farhat AKA Umm Nidal

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Umm Nidal with her son, Muhammed

On  March 17, 2013, Mariam Farahat, popularly known as Umm Nidal or Khansa of Palestine, died at the age of 63 in Gaza city, Palestine.

Umm Nidal became known for her great sacrifices during Al-Aqsa Intifada. She attracted public attention after being filmed preparing her 17-year-old son, Muhammad Farhat, for his March 2002 operation against Israeli settlers, where he killed around 10 Israeli’s and injured around 23.

Her eldest son, Nidal, was killed in February 2003 by the Israeli intelligence, Mossad. A third son, Rawad, died in 2005 in an Israeli airstrike on his car in Gaza city. And her son Wesam served 11 years in the Israeli prison and was released in 2005.

In a 2005 interview, Umm Nidal said:

“I prepared all my sons for Jihad for the sake of Allah, whether by carrying out an attack or by any other form of Jihad. I prepared myself for this. He who chooses a difficult path, must be ready to bear the consequences.”

 

Imam Samore Lafiya Toure

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Samory Toure, Emperor of the Wassoulou empire

Imam Samore Lafiya Toure, (1830 – 1900) was a Guinean Muslim cleric, and the founder and leader of the Wassoulou Empire, a powerful Islamic empire that was in present-day south-eastern Guinea.

Toure resisted French colonial rule in West Africa from 1882 until his capture in 1898. He is considered a powerful example of resistance to French colonial forces and known for his building collaboration among diverse groups, as well as his war strategies. He was devoted to establishing a strong and independent empire, educating the people, and fighting the French colonism.

After defeating the French army in many battles, Toure was captured on 29th of September 1898 by the French captain Henri Gouraud, and was exiled to Gabon. He died in captivity on June 2, 1900, following a bout of pneumonia.

The Zeal Of Al-Mu’tamid

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The Taifa (small kingdom) states of al – Andalus in 1031 after the fall of the Caliphate of Cordoba

In the year 1091 the last sovereign king of al-Andalus, Al-Mu’tamid, saw his Abbadid-inherited taifa of Seville, controlled since 1069, in jeopardy of being taken by the increasingly stronger king of Castile-León, Alfonso VI.

When Al-Mu’tamid wanted to call on Yusuf Ibn Tashfin for help, his son, Rashid, advised him not to, yet Al Mu’tamid replied with his famous quote:

“I have no desire to be branded by my descendants as the man who delivered al-Andalus as prey to the infidels. I am loath to have my name cursed in every Muslim pulpit. And, for my part, I would rather be a camel-driver in Africa than a swineherd in Castile.”

Yusuf Ibn Tashfin answered Al- Mu’tamid’s call and came to al-Andalus from Africa to help the Muslims fight against Alfonso VI, eventually achieving victory and promoting an Islamic system in the region.

Sultan Mohammed Al Fatih

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Sultan Mohammed Al Fatih’s mother, Hüma Hatun, used to take Mohammed when he was a little child, at dawn time, to show him the walls of the Constantinople and say:

“You Mohammed will conquer these walls.” He would ask her: “But how do I conquer such a big city?”

She would then respond with utter wisdom: “By Quran, Sultan (power), weaponry, and people’s love.”

She dedicated her son to Islam, set his priorities straight and raised him with the ambition of being the ruler the prophet(Peace be upon him) gave glad tidings to. By the age of 21, he conquered Constantinople and brought an end to the Eastern Roman Empire.

The American And Zionist Normalization Projects

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The American strategic attack today relies on the spread of projects of an ideological, cultural, programmatic or academic character in Arab and Islamic countries.

Their goal is to spread the colonial culture on one hand, and [on the other hand] to bring up generations of Americanized youth on a local level, or to send them to America and some of the allied states to obtain diplomas, gather experiences and to become qualified for becoming the rulers and men of the coming American [dominated] era of the ‘Greater Middle East.’

The American media are advertising these American-made gangs, holding them up as an example for imitation among religious or ethnic minorities, or among the financial, political and social elite in the Arab and Islamic societies.”

– The Global Islamic Resistance Call- Page 1386.

War On Islam

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According to documents obtained by Wire’s Danger Room, the U.S. military taught its future leaders that a “total war” against the world’s 1.4 billion Muslims would be necessary to protect America from Islamic terrorists.

Army Lt. Col. Matthew A. Dooley conducted a course on “Islamic radicalism” which was attended by hundreds of US military officers at the Defense Department’s Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Virginia.

Among the options suggested for fighting Islam and “wiping it out” are:

– Advocating “total war” against the world’s Muslims.
– Using the lessons of “Hiroshima” to wipe out whole cities at once.
– Applying “the historical precedents of Dresden, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagasaki” to Islam’s holiest cities, and bringing about “Mecca and Medina[‘s] destruction.”
– Targeting the “civilian population” wherever necessary.
– International laws protecting civilians in wartime are “no longer relevant”.

“America’s real terrorist enemy wasn’t al-Qaida — but the Islamic faith itself.” Dooley concluded.

The Shia Stole The Black Stone And Kept It For 22 Years

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In the year 317 AH (930 AD), the Shia Qaraamitah – who are a heretical sect that follows Persian philosophy and believes that Zaradasht and Mazdak are prophets, attacked the Holy Mosque in Mecca, killed more than 30 thousand pilgrims, stole their money and looted the city.

They removed the door of the Holy Ka’bah as well as its cover, slaughtered those pilgrims who clung onto it, and dumped the corpses of the slain Muslims in the well of Zam-Zam. Furthermore, they removed the black stone and took it to their country.

Ibn Kathir describes the vicious incident saying:

“They entered al-Masjid al-Haraam and shed the blood of the pilgrims inside the Mosque around the Ka’bah, and they broke the Black Stone and removed it from its position, and took it with them to their homeland in 317 AH, and it stayed with them until 339 AH, so it was absent from its place in the Ka’bah for 22 years. To Allaah we belong and verily unto Him is our return.”

– Al-Bidaayah wa’l-Nihaayah, 11/72, 73

Assassination of Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev In Qatar

On February 13, 2004, Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev was assassinated by Russian secret service agents who bombed his car in the Qatari capital, Doha.

After 6 days, the Qatari authorities arrested three Russians in the Russian embassy villa for the murder. Aleksandr Fetisov, the first secretary of the Russian Embassy in Qatar, was released in March allegedly due to his diplomatic status and the remaining two GRU agents: Anatoly Yablochkov and Vasily Pugachyov were charged with the assassination of Yandarbiyev, assassination attempt of his son Daud (who was injured in the incident) and smuggling weapons into Qatar. The two latter confessed that the order came directly from Russia’s Defense Minister, Sergei Ivanov.

On December 23, 2004, Qatar agreed to extradite the prisoners to Russia, where they would serve out their life sentence. The agents received a heroes welcome upon returning to Moscow.

On February 2005, the Russian prison authorities admitted that the two agents were freed, as a Qatari sentence was “irrelevant” in Russia.

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