Indigenous Peoples Under the Rule of Islam
By its sheer population alone, Islam is asserting itself as a major driving force in world affairs. Western Powers may have economic and military superiority, but as a religion, Islam is persistently pursuing its objective of propagating the Mohammadan mission throughout the world through its agenda of the Abode of Peace and the Abode of War. Reflecting Mohammad’s charge into battle for Allah, Islam continues to strengthen its dominance in the Abode of Peace, and expand its activities through the chain of networked Jihad organizations in the Abode of War.
The domestic policy of the Abode of Peace Islamic states consistently imposes its Islamic Shari’a rule on the aboriginal non-Moslems with a view to total Islamisation of the native minorities and their assimilation. In the process, these Islamic states have systematically mistreated the non-Moslem natives by denying them their basic human rights, subjecting them to daily discrimination and persecution. This treatment amounts to a clear-cut policy of genocide for aboriginal groups who refuse to convert to Islam. The Assyrians, as other subjected aboriginal peoples, are voicing their demand for the return of their traditional homeland. Islamic governments remain deliberately oblivious to the pleas and demands of the suppressed Assyrians and other natives that live under the heavy yoke of Islam.
The doctrine of Jihad, an integrated part of Islamic political system, encourages attacks, incursion and acquisition of other people’s territory by aggression. The international community, together with the United Nations Organization must shoulder the responsibility to address these crimes against humanity and help the aggrieved aboriginals free themselves.
This book covers the history of Islam in the context of its tenacious objective of spreading its message, from the Ghazzu raids of the early Islamic campaigns to the modern Mujahideen fighters who use sophisticated technology and the power of the petro dollar to help achieve the domestic and global aims of Islam.
About the Author
Frederick Isaac was born in 1932 in Kirkuk, Iraq. His parents fled to Lebanon from Iraq after the massacre of Assyrian villagers in 1933.
He has worked in administrative positions with the Iraqi News Agency, the US International Cooperation Administration and various oil companies in Iraq and Kuwait.
Fred migrated with his wife and three children to Australia in 1971. Since then,
he has written about the plight of the Assyrians, having his work published in
various magazines. [website]
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