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     Mosque of Dearborn, Michigan, USA
 
 
 
 
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Controversy over Ground Zero mosque plans
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A controversial plan to build a mosque has divided relatives
 
of the victims who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
 
The mosque will be close to where the twin towers once
 
stood in New York.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Some are very GOOD at being affronted 24/7   Wacko
 
 
 
Muslim leaders angry at Army firing range 'mosques'
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Muslim leaders are demanding the Army takes down imitation mosques at a firing range in North Yorkshire.
 
 
Nicola Rees reports.
 
 

Saleem Khan, the chief executive of the BCM, called for the Army to apologise.

"The first thing they need to do is remove this straight away,"

he said.
 
 
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 A System Within A System
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Convention in Chicago
 
in December 2002 to launch a National Council of Imams.
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...Council will empower our community and provide religious leadership
 
at the national and local level.
 
The Council will devise programs, offer trainings, and avail opportunities
 
for Imams to acquire various skills that will help improve their performance
 
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We have seen with our own eyes.... how our polititians CAVE  to the squeeky wheel.
 
 
How wtll it be
 
if the world changes a bit and the new group to cave to is-
 
 
A System Within A System
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The Muslim American Society ?
 
 
 
(look to Europe for ways to learn, ahead )
 
 
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It is not hidden

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Religion and politics are one and the same in Islam.
 
 
 
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 ref..ISLAM: Beliefs and Teachings --by.. GHULAM SARWAR --Director of the
 
Muslim Educational Trust
 
 
SC4.LL.Sovereignty means the source of power. In Islam, Allah is the source of all powers and laws (3:154, 12:40, 25:2, 67:1). It is Allah who knows what is good and what is bad for His servants. His say is final. Man is the vicegerent, the agent or the representative of Allah swt on earth (2:30, 6:165).
 
 
 
Allah is thesovereign and man is His representative. Man should do as Allah commands him to do.The Islamic political system makes the ruler and the government responsible firstly to Allah and then to the people. The ruler and the ruled are the Khalifah of Allah and the ruler shall have to work for the welfare of the people according to the Qur’an and Sunnah.
 
 
 
A ruler is a servent of the people of Islam. Both the ruler and the ruled will appear before Allah swt and account for their actionson the day of judgement. The responsibility of the ruler is heaver than the ruled. Any ordinary citizen of an Islamic state has the right to ask any question on any matter to the ruler andthe government.
 
 
Islam recognises the preferenceof one over the other only on the basis of Taqwa (piety or fear of God). One who fears Allah swt most isthe noblest in Islam (49:13).
 
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Political System of Islam


Religion and politics are one and the same in Islam. They are intertwined. We already know that Islam is a complete system of life and politics is very much a part of our collective life. Just as Islam teaches us how to say Salah, observe Sawm, pay Zakah and undertake Hajj, so it teaches us how to run a state, from a government, elect councillors and members of parliament, make treaties and conduct business and commerce. Bear in mind that Islamic ruling system is not the same as the ruling system we have in the non-islamic countries.
 
 
 
A detailed discussion of the Islamic political system would be desirable, but we have to content ourselves with its basic principles and main features.
 
 
The Islamic Political System is based on the folloing main principles:
 
 
 
1. Sovereignty of Allah swt.
Sovereignty means the source of power. In Islam, Allah is the source of all powers and laws (3:154, 12:40, 25:2, 67:1). It is Allah who knows what is good and what is bad for His servants. His say is final.

 

 


All human beings unitedly cannot change His law. The Qu’an says, "As for the thief -male and female, chope off their hands. It is the reward of their own actions and exemplary punishment from Allah. Allah is Mighty, Wise." (5:37).
 
 
According to Islam, this order is unchangeable by any parliament or any government which claims itself to be Islamic (5:44,
2:229).
 
 
 
There are many more laws in the Qur’an concerning our life and those laws must be put to practice by an Islamic state for the greater good of human beings.
 
 
 
2. Khilafah of Mankind (Vicegerency of man).
 
Man is the vicegerent, the agent or the representative of Allah swt on earth (2:30, 6:165). Allah is the sovereign and man is His representative. Man should do as Allah commands him to do. But he has a choice to either obey or disobey Allah and, because of this freedom of choice, he will be tested on the day of judgement.
 
 
 
 
In the political sense, Khilafah means that human beings should implement the will of Allah on earth as His deputy or agent.
 
 
 As Allah’s agents, human beings will carry out the will of Allah swt on His behalf as a trust (Amanah). Khilafah is a trust. An agent is always expected to behave as his master wants him to behave (10:14).
 
 
 
3. Legislation by Shura (Consultation).
 
 
Islam teaches us to run a government, to make legislation and decisions by the process of Shura. Shura means "to take decisions by consultation and participation" (3:159, 42:38). This is an important part of the Islamic political system. There is no scope for despotism in Islam. The Qur’an and the Sunnah will be the basis of legislation in Islam.
 
 
4. Accountability of government.
 
The Islamic political system makes the ruler and the government responsible firstly to Allah and then to the people.
 
 
The rular and the government are elected by the people to exercise ‘powers on their behalf. We must remember here that both the ruler and the ruled are the Khalifah of Allah and the ruler shall have to work for the welfare of the people according to the Qur’an and Sunnah.
 
 
 
A ruler is a servent of the people of Islam. Both the ruler and the ruled will appear before Allah swt and account for their actions on the day of judgement. The responsibility of the ruler is heaver than the ruled.
 
Any ordinary citizen of an Islamic state has the right to ask any question on any matter to the ruler and the government.
 
 
. Independence of judiciary.
 
 
In the Islamic political system, the Judiciary is independent of the Executive. The head of the state or any government minister could be called to the court if necessary. They would be treated no differently from other citizens. The Qur’an has many injunctions about justice. One of the main functions of the Islamic state is to ensure justice to all citizens (4:58, 4:135, 5:8). The ruler and the government has no right to interfere in the system of justice.
 
 
6. Equality before law.
The Islamic political system ensures equality for all citizens before the law. It does not recognise any discrimination on the basis of language, colour, territory, sex or descent. Islam recognises the preference of one over the other only on the basis of Taqwa (piety or fear of God). One who fears Allah swt most is the noblest in Islam (49:13).
 
 
 
Conclusion
 
The duty of an Islamic state is to establish Salah and Zakah; promote the right and forbid the wrong (22:44). The state is responsible for the welfare of all its citizens - Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
 
 
 
(sounds like a form of socialism )
 
It must guarantee the basic necessities of life. All citizens of the Islamic state shall enjoy freedom of belief, thought, conscience and speech. Every citizen shall be free to develop his potential, improve his capacity, earn and possess. A citizen shall enjoy the right to support or oppose any government policy which he thinks right or wrong with the following in mind.:
 
 
The Islamic state is a duty bound to implement the laws of the Qur’an and the Sunnah. The Qur’an strongly denounces those who do not decide their matters by Allah’s revelations (5:42-50).
The Islamic state shall ensure a fair distribution of wealth. Islam does not believe in equal distribution as it is against the law of creation.
 
 
 
There is not a single perfect Islamic state in the world today. There are many Muslim countries. An Islamic state is based on the model of Prophet Muhammad’s (phuh) state in Madinah while
 
 
a Muslim state is one which has a majority Muslim
 
population and     some Islamic features.

 

 


However, organised efforts have been going on in many Muslim countries to establish truly Islamic states.
 
 
 
Al-ikhwanul Muslimun in the Middle East,
 
 
Muzahid or Taliban in Afganistan,
 
 
the Jama’at-e-Islami in Pakistan,
 
 and Kashmir,
 
 
Jehaad movement in Bangladesh,
 
(infor. source- BBC UK) Dewan Dakwah Islamia
 
(Islamic Dawah Council) in Indonesia,
 
Al-Muhajirun in Britain,
 
 
and Hizb-ut-Tahrir in most advanced Islamic (muslim population) countries are some of the Islamic movements and parties which have been working for the re-establishment of Allah’s law on Allah’s land.
 
 
Let us pray and hope that a real Islamic state will emerge and guide the world towards
 
justice, fair play and peace (very soon -if God wills).
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hizb ut-Tahrir
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The organization was founded in 1953 in Jerusalem by Taqiuddin al-Nabhani,
 an Islamic scholar and appeals court judge (Qadi)[4] from the Palestinian village
of Ijzim. Since then Hizb ut-Tahrir has spread to more than 40 countries, and by
one estimate has about one million members.[5] Hizb ut-Tahrir is very active in the west,
particularly in the United Kingdom, and is also active in several Arab and Central
Asian countries, despite being banned by most of the local governments.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Religion in Government
 
 
Always a bad mix no matter what religion.
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it seems like our government hasn't got a clue
 
that they are giving a   Non- Profit Status
 
to a Political Organization   Parading as a Religion.   
 
 
How ignorant is that?
 
 
( Down right frightening,  the degree to which the Politics in the US bends to  Organized Islam )
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"So obey not the disbelibers, but make a great Jihad (effort) against them (by preaching) with it (this Qur'an)."(TMQ 25:52).

Likewise, combative Jihad or fighting is also sometimes necessary.

"The rule is to none but Allah."(TM.Qur'an. Ana'am:57).
"If anyone rules by other than what Allah has revealed they are kafireen (unbelievers)." (TM.Qur'an. Maida 5:47).
 
  
Fiqh
 
Fiqh is the science of Islamic Law or jurisprudence. It refers to the collection and compilation of Islamic laws based on the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet. The word Fiqh means knowledge and understanding.
 
Imagine
dealing with people who obey this
rule of Law-
 
Islamic law divides human activies into:
 
1. Fard or Wajib (duty or obligatory)
-performance of these actions is rewarded and their omission is punished.
 
2. Mandub (recommended)
-actions the performance of which is rewarded but omission of which is not punished.
 
3. Mubah (silent)
-actions permitted by silence.
 
4. Makruh (disliked)
-actions disapproved of but not punishable.
 
5. Haram (forbidden)
-actions punishable by law.
 
The scholars and experts on Islamic Law have made Shari'ah easier to understand and practice by science of Fiqh. Fiqh is the explanation of the Islamic laws based on the Qur'an and Sunnah.
Islamic law or Shari'ah embodies the ideal Islamic life.
 
 
Islam is the complete way of life and Shari'ah is the means to arrive at the ideal life recommended by Islam.
 
Shari'ah enables us to bring our life in line with the will of Allah swt. It is the process of achieving our goal of life.
 
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"His is the Creation and Command." (Quran 7:54)

The Separation of Institutional Religion & the State

 
...In the pre-westernized Islamic world there were never two powers,
and the question of separation never arose.  The distinction so deeply
rooted in Christendom between church and state has never existed in Islam.

 
 
The Vision of an Islamic State
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The vision of an Islamic state and the purpose of its political authority is
to implement the divine law.  Thus, the ideal Islamic state is a community
governed by the Law revealed by God. (Allah )

 

 
 
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This article is very interesting...
 
 
 a well thought view of the history of tribes and their 
 
 'Tribal Confereracies.'
 
- is what we are dealing with in Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan.
 
 
in part...
 
The Evolution of the State:

The state has not always existed in human history.
 
 
 Humans lived for hundreds of thousands of years without any semblance of what we today consider states. Ancient humans lived in hunter-gatherer societies that migrated according to supplies of food and shelter.
 
 
 
 In these groups, there was nothing extra to store or own. All of the tribes' members spent all their time either hunting for food or looking for shelter. Everyone worked and the few meager tools that existed belonged to the tribe as a whole. There was no concept of ‘private property’ since there was no property to own. Once permanent human settlements appeared along river valleys and surplus wealth began to be produced i.e. food and resources above and beyond the immediate need of the tribe, there arose the problem of who ‘owned’ this surplus and how it was to the stored and distributed.
 
 
 
Those who claimed ownership of this wealth became the dominant class or layer in society and it was to protect their interests that the system of hereditary Monarchy was invented with the Monarch claimed to be a direct descendant of whichever god the population worshipped. The initial centers of these Kingdoms were the valleys neighboring the great rivers Nile, Euphrates and Tigris about 5500 years ago. Around the same time or perhaps a little later, Kingdoms appeared in China and India. Later still they arose in South and Central America, then Greece, Rome and Persia.


They evolved from city states which coalesced to form Kingdoms which later aggregated into Empires. Alexander 'the Great' of Macedon was one of the first emperors joined later by Ashoka in India and then the Roman Empire. In these Kingdoms, society was stratified into the Royal family and its descendants at the top of the pyramid, then generals and high ranking soldiers, then artisans and skilled merchants as an ancient ‘middle class’ and the rest of the populace at the bottom.

In contrast, there were the lands that were devoid of natural resources and consisted mainly of deserts or forests. Resources for production of food and shelter (such as grain and cattle) were limited. The inhabitants of these lands lived in tribes organized according to family descent. Each tribe was a miniature version of a state and each member of a tribe owed loyalty only to his or her own tribe.
 
 
Tribal elders and leaders looked after the matters of the tribe and dealt with other tribes just as one state would with another. Treaties and alliances were formed, wars were fought followed by peace and new treaties. Friedrich Engels terms this a 'tribal confederacy'.

 

If you want to keep reading
 
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Check the mindset
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Please insert    Mormon, Scientology   and see how it sounds to you...
 
 
 
Mormon, Scientology schools, businesses, political organizations, associations,
 
and institutions, inundate the landscape of America.
 
 
It's like... Takeover Talk...
 
 
 They want to target for Conversion-
 
Immigrant groups,
 
Black,
 
Hispanic, &
 
Asian churches, &
 
other non-Muslim religious institutions  
 
 
 
 
 
America has witnessed the expansion of Islam from a few mosques in urban cities to today's rural south and the Midwestern heartland, or as one poet put it, 'from sea to shining sea.' Muslim schools, businesses, political organizations, associations, and institutions, inundate the landscape of America.
 
 
 
OMGShocked
 
 
 
 
... these same forces have intensified this vile propaganda with reckless abandonment. It is important that Muslims in America not be viewed as a 'fifth column.' Muslims must continue to build a grassroots movement that supports an all-encompassing approach of total integration into American Society for the express purpose of fulfilling the mandate of Allah
 
 
 
From-
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Muslim American Society
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Methodology: Masjid-based grassroots education, local leadership training, youth training, coalition building and networking, and special events towards positively impacting mainstream America.

Focus: Engagement of the following American institutions and organizations in order to build a broad based coalition that will enhance the religious political and social viability of the American Muslim Community:

  • Voter Registration & Education Organizations
  • Local civic groups
  • Municipal & state officials
  • Congress
  • Civil rights and progressive political groups: NAACP, ACLU, ANSWER, SCLC, CRLC
  • Organized labor
  • The Media
  • College campuses
  • Immigrant groups, Black, Hispanic, & Asian churches, & other non-Muslim religious institutions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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