Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Muslimeen

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    Wednesday, 07 Sya'ban 1433
    Wednesday, 27 June 2012 04:22
    [​IMG]The election committee of Egypt announced Dr. Muhammad Mursi as president in the ongoing election the previous day. Egypt has a pivotal role in the Middle East and the election of Dr. Muhammad Mursi, the candidate of the Ikhwan-ul-Muslimeen as the president is a great change on the Middle Eastern level and generally on the international level which carry the hopes of positive changes for the Islamic Emirate.The success of the Islamic Government in Egypt is considered to be the strongest blow in the Middle East and the whole world to the American and Zionist expansionism. May the Muslim Nation of Egypt and their newly elected government take good advantage of this important occasion and historical victory in the defense and achievement of the interests of the Islamic Ummah.Therefore the Islamic Emirate congratulates the Muslim Nation of the brotherly country Egypt and their elected president Dr. Muhammad Mursi on this glorious occasion and presents its best wishes.The leadership of the Islamic Emirate prays to Allah Almighty that the newly elected government of Egypt serves its nation in the best possible way and on the whole successfully and legitimately defends the Islamic issues on the Muslim world level.The Islamic Emirate appreciates all those supports rendered to the Afghans by the brotherly country of Egypt during the Russian occupation and similarly thanks from the core of heart the International Al-Azhar University for all those stances condemning the current occupation of the Americans and their atrocities.Wassalam,The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.6/8/1433 Hijjira25/6/2012 Gregorian
     
  2. abumuwahid

    abumuwahid <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    This is quite a confusing statement.

    Is this website really owned by the Taliban?

    How can a group who is waging war against occupying forces and democracy give moral support to a group (MB) who has embraced democracy?

    They sacrifice their lives and their wealth destroying the fruits of western liberalism* yet they support it's cause - Democracy!

    Unbelievable!

    *free mixing, music, movies, western education etc
     
  3. Abu Treika

    Abu Treika Magoo

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    Can you provide a legitimate source for this please?
     
  4. Firebrand Mullah

    Firebrand Mullah Hanfist Salfist Humblist

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    Taliban should not support secularists.
     
  5. abumuwahid

    abumuwahid <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

  6. Abul Qa'qa

    Abul Qa'qa طوبى للشام

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    I can not see anything wrong in the statement.

    The issue is not as black and white as democracy/shari'ah and kufr/emaan. The Taliban also praised India recently for not being stooges of the US, even though everybody knows that they detest the Hindu's. There is a global game that is being played, and the Taliban know that they need to take part in that game in order to not fall behind - the media battle is one example. They also acknowledge that they must make correct and decisive moves for strategic gains. Statements could sometimes be used for propaganda, or to boost the morale of supporters, or to demoralize the enemy, or to send out a message to a particular audience, etc.

    With this statement the Taliban are rejoicing that the elected party, the Muslim Brotherhood, are of an Islamic persuasion - which is a blow to the West (even though it is known that the party have made many compromises, but nonetheless it is still a big step for the global Islamic cause). So they are taking this opportunity to highlight the Islamic resurgence in the Islamic world.

    This kind of statement attracts the Islamic world's attention towards the Taliban. It shows them that the Taliban movement is not merely a nationalistic movement for Afghanistan alone, but it is connected to the Muslims worldwide. This essentially gives them more mainstream support.

    As for the Ikhwan within Afghanistan, the Taliban do not want to blow that issue out of proportion. They are trying to negotiate with them in order to save bloodshed. They know that this is a sensitive issue and a wrong decision could end in endless tribal wars and loss of support for them from the population.
     
  7. Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    True brother, I completely agree with you, this is also how I look at it and the taliban, I even mentioned it in one of my video's before this message of the taliban appeared, right after the winning of the election by Muslim Brotherhood.
     
  8. drkjke

    drkjke New Member

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    actually taliban did not praise india.even indian media admitted that taliban in a very clever way threatened india that if it supports america,s actions in afghanistan than it will have to face the music.
    actually the zionists are planning to handover afghanistan to idol worshipping nation of indians,after america leaves afghanistan in 2014,.and i see a future war in sub continent due to this.
    you too think yourself on this matter.remember how taliban demolished that buddha statue a decade back?saying it promoted shirk?though whole world opposed this action?
    but taliban did it anyway.

    taliban are anti kafir and anti mushrikeen.how can they even dream of praising such sons of satan?hindus are the biggest idol worshippers in present day world.and apart from hindus the other religious groups in india are also mostly idol or grave worshippers.

    as far as taliban,s "praise" for ikhwanul muslimeen victory in egypt is concerned,if it is genuine taliban statement than we must know that taliban are humans too,they can also make mistakes.what our job is to side with anyone,s actions if they are according to islam and not side with anyones actions if they are not according to islam.

    remember hazrat abubakar raziallah unhus words.he in his first speech as khalifa said that "help me and support me if i am on islam and if i do anything against islam than dont support me"
     
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  9. Abul Hasan

    Abul Hasan Aim High.

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    The political game is out of the understanding of most Salafis and jihadis...alhamdulillah those people who actually matter have a much better understanding.
     
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  10. Aboo Shayba

    Aboo Shayba WAHHAABI NOT JADEEDI

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    Sure on Islamic Awakening - but not across the world.
     
  11. Abul Hasan

    Abul Hasan Aim High.

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    The salafis are learning alhamdulillah, the jihadis are still the same though.

    And there's a difference between a mujahid and a jihadi - the former (e.g. the Taliban) know what they're doing, the latter are generally more of a liability than anything else.
     
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  12. Abdul Malik

    Abdul Malik New Member

    Are Taliban salafi in aqeedah? Or maturudi? I would like to learn more about their aqeedah . I assume they are very strict hanafis but that is an assumption .
     
  13. Tuwaylib

    Tuwaylib Anti-Defeatist

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    they are Muslims fighting kufr. Not Salafi in Asma was-Sifat but aiding the tawaghit.
     
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  14. Aboo Shayba

    Aboo Shayba WAHHAABI NOT JADEEDI

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    Sorry bro but that seems to be your own concocted definition of what a Jihadi is. When Tawhid Wal Jihad group in Palestine referred to itself as Salafi Jihadist group - what did they mean? Salafist sitting at home preaching jihad? No - but rather the word Jihadists refers to those who are supporters of Jihad whether in action or speech separating themselves from those who don't and oppose those who go forth.

    Jihadist are more clued up with the reality of the current political game being played by the west then any other group out there. For those reasons they refuse to negotiate with their enemies. To some it may appear to be narrow-minded but it is due their narrow-mindedness that they think the jihadists are narrow-minded. The jihadist took lessons from what happened in Algeria and Palestine. However, for some some unfounded reasons people seem to think you can negotiate with military juntas who have the western backing, and still come out victorious. Despite the stupidity of this thinking, the Jihadists took a back seat and decided to let this play out while they just as much could have condemned those involved (btw AbuMuwwahid doesn't represent Jihadists lol) - but they didn't because of the general maslahah coming out from this, whatever little it may be.

    As for who is a liability, then we all know they are those hiding behind the cloaks of "knowledge" and have been nothing but an obstacle for the ummah. Syria is another clear example for that - we still find the 'ulema in Saudi mute - despite the clarity of the matter. Now do you still think the jihadists are more of a liability? When it is they who kept the western forces occupied for these revolutions to happen with ease? You think with America nothing on its hands would have let all of these revolutions happened?

    p.s. you know we've got nothing but love akhil habeeb abul hassan - but a man got to say his piece : )
     
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  15. Abu Hafsa al Andalusi

    Abu Hafsa al Andalusi <A HREF="showthread.php?t=70991"></A>

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    Edit: Blah doesn't matter!
     
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  16. Abu-Asiya

    Abu-Asiya Senior Analyst

    Re: Declaration of the Islamic Emirate regarding the success of the candidate of the‘Ikhwan-ul-Musli

    There was the same outrage when Mustafa abul yazeed said that hamas are his brothers. The internet community are sometimes more hardcore than the guys in the mountains lol.
     
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  17. Abul Hasan

    Abul Hasan Aim High.

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    That's basically what I'm saying.
     
  18. Abul Qa'qa

    Abul Qa'qa طوبى للشام

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    I understood what you meant akhi.

    The only problem is the usage of labels and how it could sometimes confuse the audience at who is being referred to - this is because some labels have different connotations to different people. So for example, when a Westerner uses the word Salafist or Salafi, they most often refer to the Muslims who accept the Shari'ah in totality. However, when most Muslims use the term Salafi, they refer to the madaakhilah because they have practically copyrighted the term. Although, there are exceptions, such as when Salafi Jihadi's are being referred to. Likewise, when a Westerner refers to someone who is inciting/conducting Jihad they refer to them as Jihadists. However, many Muslims use the term Jihadi when they refer to those people who do nothing but spend most of their time on the internet espousing empty rhetoric.

    This confusion is one of the reasons why labels are a fitnah. Better to just call yourself a Muslim full stop.
     
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  19. Abul Hasan

    Abul Hasan Aim High.

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    I stand corrected. Recent events in Syria and the political astuteness of some Islamic/jihadi/salafi groups has been a very welcome change. May Allah aid them.
     
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