Qatar is a small nation off the Saudi coast with a population overwhelmingly of the Sunni version of Islam.
From this small country is being organised a new extreme radical centre for Jihadist’s of all persuasions. Overseen by a British mercenary, the new system is being grounded in Idlib in Syria. There are no western journalists in the area because many have been kidnapped, there is a blackout by the mainstream media of events unfolding in Idlib.
Through Qatar is being structured in Idlib, a sort of Al Quada civil system based in the logic of the Taliban, and overseen by British mercenary James le Mesurier, operated through a Washington company with the aid arriving through Turkey. Some journalists are becoming alarmed at what looks like a re-grouping under a new and even more fanatical expression of Islam in rebel held territories, especially in Idlib, suggesting this new creed could spread across the entire Sunni Islamic secret society networks, filtering down into western Muslim communities. This would be the catalyst to move Muslims from the passive Jihad to that of the House of War.
I must point out the fact that the term ‘Mercenary’ means private adventurer, the same stands for the Taliban and other Islamic groups. As such they represent no ‘nation’ they work for private mercenary operations and do so for money.
Today it is the Shiite version of Islam that is proven to be actively encouraging and protecting the highest form of Islam, that of Dar al-Islam – Dar as-Salam, this form of Islam can be witnessed from their actions pre CIA incursion, in Syria and also Iran.
The lesser form of Islam is the Dar al-Harb, it is the House of war, today we see this lower form of Jihad being operated by the Sunni sects of Islam, headed by Saudi Arabia, facilitated by Turkey, and through Qatar, together they are forming a new form of Jihad in Idlib, Syria.
It must first be fully understood that both Dar as-Salam and Dar al-Harb have no basis whatever in the Quran nor within the Hadith. The notions of “houses” or “divisions” of the world in Islam does not appear in the Quran or the Hadith, which are the only authoritative sources of Islam.
According to About El Fadl, the only dar the Qur’an speaks of are “the abode of the Hereafter and the abode of the earthly life, with the former described as clearly superior to the latter.”
Early Islamic jurists devised these terms to denote legal rulings for ongoing Muslim conquests almost a century after Muhammad. The first use of the terms was in Iraq by Abu Hanifa and his disciples Abu Yusuf and Al-Shaybani. Among those in the Levant, Al-Awza’i was leading in this discipline and later Shafi’i.
The fact we are dealing with ideas not emanating from the authoritative dictates of the Quran is irrelevant, because the entire radical and politicised Islam expanding at an alarming rate around the world, is based entirely in this made up doctrine. It has become political Islam.
The easter military incursions ordered by President Trump, after what looks like a false flag event in the supposed chemical attack, is now being sidelined with the attention moved squarely on North Korea. Given the Korean 150th celebrations have perhaps been planned for over a decade, it is timely to say the least, that President Trumps administration has hijacked the parades as some sort of finger to the West. And of course true to form, North Korea has taken up the Trump tirade and began to issue threats all over the world.
I do not believe we should take our eyes off the game in Syria, especially with what is going on in Idlib, the fact UK Prime Minister Theresa May has just announced a snap election for June 8, giving the British people one month to decide the future of the country, something very sinister is being planned for this summers political recess. Parliament will dissolve on May 2.
There is however a passage in the Quran which sanctifies subversion and war, so we do need to keep an eye on the type of Islam being practised in our nations :
Surah 3:54; cf. 8:30 they (the Jews) were deceptive, and Allah was deceptive, for Allah is the best of deceivers.
 Discussion of the reality in Syria
 Dar al-Islam (Arabic: دار الإسلام literally house/abode of Islam; or Dar as-Salam, house/abode of Peace; or Dar al-Tawhid, house/abode of monotheism) is a term used by Muslim scholars to refer to those countries where Muslims can practice their religion as the ruling sect and where certain religions, (Judaism, Christianity, and Sabianism) are to be tolerated. It is the area of the world under the rule of Islam, literally, “the home of Islam.” These are usually Islamic cultures wherein Muslims represent the majority of the population, and so the government promises them a privileged status. Most Dar al-Islam areas are surrounded by other Islamic societies to ensure public protection.
Some modern Muslim scholars believe that the labelling of a country or place as being a part of Dar al-Islam revolves around the question of religious security. This means that if a Muslim practices Islam freely in his place of abode, even though that place happens to be secular or un-Islamic, then he will be considered as living in the Dar al-Islam. Yet, the majority opinion, which relies on tradition, claims that only countries ruled by Sharia can be considered true “abodes of peace.”
Dar al-Islam, or house/abode of Submission, is also known and referred to as Dar al-Salam, or house/abode of Peace. The term appears in the Quran in 10.25 and 6.127 as a name of Paradise.
According to Abu Hanifa, considered to be the originator of the concept, the requirements for a country to be part of Dar al-Islam are:
Muslims must be able to enjoy peace and security with and within this country.
The country should be ruled by a Muslim government.
It has common frontiers with some Muslim countries.
 Dar al-Harb (Arabic: دار الحرب “house of war”; also referred to as Dar al-Gharb “house of the West” in later Ottoman sources), aka Dar al-Kufr ( دار الكفر ), literally “Realm of the Heathens” i.e. where the Islamic law isn’t implemented; an individual from “Dar al-harab” is a “harabi” (Arabic: حربي). Dar al-Kharab is a term classically referring to those countries where the Muslim law is not in force, in the matter of worship and the protection of the faithful and dhimmis.
According to Majid Khadduri, the fundamental distinction between Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Kharab was introduced after the defeat of the Umayyad Caliphate at Battle of Tours in 732 which prevented the expansion of Islam to the North, while at the same time the expansion of the caliphate to the East had been halted.
Wahbah al-Zuhayli argues that the concept of Dar al-Harb in mostly historical: “The existence of Dār al-Islām and Dār al-Ḥarb in contemporary times is rare or extremely limited. This is because Islamic countries have joined the United Nations covenant that stipulates relationship between nations is peace and not war. Therefore non-Muslim countries are Dār al-‘Ahd …”
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