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Welcome to our geo-political section of the website. We were devising the initiation of this section for quite some time but were somewhat dormant on the website due to other responsibilities.
The issue of geo-politics that the audience, actually everyone for that matter, needsto understand is that it has absolutely no concern for individual or group intent. This means that incidents and circumstances are not judged by the “actors” involved in and of themselves, rather that is just a supplementary analysis of the actual event. The concern of geo-politics makes irrelevant the intentions of individual forces and rather looks at the broader implications for the result of incidents and the strategic asset from which the results of certain incidents provide to the international players involved in the “grand chessboard” as Zbigniew Brzezinski has coined it.
We will, in the near future, further explain the nature of geo-politics and how it should help Muslim thinking about the events taking place more accurately and vividly than the typical dry, black and white depictions of Muslim communities around the world have of their own members in various conflicts in different regions.
We aspire to provide extremely unique perspectives and coverage that for the most part go unnoticed and are somewhat problematic for the avergae Muslim to swallow, however we are here for quality of content and accuracy and not for appeasement to any particular group of people, and this is to be understood in light of the fact that we uphold the necessity in aiding and giving victory to not only Islam, but to Muslims over the tyranny that comes as a necessary result of anything other than Islam and the Muslims.
“…techniques for conducting secret warfare…As one specialist noted, ‘By the year 2018, technology will make available to the leaders of the major nations, a variety of techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security … Continue reading →
This is a basic book review of two important documents that were researched and translated respectively by salafimanhaj.com The first, is the document Is The Salafi Manhaj an Indicator of Terrorism, Political Violence and Radicalisation? A Criticial Study of the … Continue reading →
In today’s world, understanding the topic known as “Jihad in Islam” becomes an unprecedented feat in the quagmire of social upheaval within the Muslim world directly related to U.S. foreign policy as well as Israel’s foreign policy. To add … Continue reading →
Here is a glaring example of the right to express opposition to societal decay associated with homosexuality that is packaged through the satanic garb of “human rights”. More and more countries and populations are beginning to have the layers of … Continue reading →
I had pulled this up in a data collection in the past that I had and it does coincide with the modern geo-political truths that people, it seems, are just starting to wake up from the matrix that has … Continue reading →
It has become so blatantly obvious regarding the cozzy relationship that makes known the affair between the CIA and al-Qaeda that it is essentially a moot point. One of the newest tactics of al-Qaeda’s deception is to compartmentalize the existence … Continue reading →
We embark in this series of publications to further enlighten ourselves as to what it really means to explore the ideologies of radical extremism and intellectual terrorism. As the title suggest, this new reich of intolerance is by extension the … Continue reading →
Here is an interesting breakdown from the Land Destroyer Report which can be accesed here http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2012/02/empires-double-edged-sword-global.html Tearing down sovereign nations & replacing them with global system administrators. by Tony Cartalucci Part 1: Imperialism is Alive and Well February 18, 2012 – … Continue reading →
Source: Multaqa Ahlul-Hadeeth Author and Compiler: Ali Boriqee Produced by al-Mustaqeem Publications Is Egypt Free: The Question of Egypt in the Aftermath of Revolution It was asked: I am interested to see how the new President handles the situation there? … Continue reading →
Interesting analysis in the following commentary. We know of the Syrian regime to be secularist or favorable to raafidhi enemies of Islam, however the review below is looking at the scenario from a geo-political and strategic standpoint, which in our … Continue reading →
Al-Hamdulillah, I think it is noteworthy that this event be explained thoroughly because in our view, the issue is “multi-faceted”. We have issues pertaining to the Islamic religious aspect of it, as well as democratic issues pertaining to it, as … Continue reading →
One of the most brilliant personalities on the subject of geo-politics is Dr. Webster Tarpley who holds a doctorate in economics and history. He is part of the 9/11 truth movement in exposing the scandalous nature of U.S. involvement of … Continue reading →
What is the “Terror Industrial Complex”? In order to understand this phrasal clause, one must go back to President Eisenhower’s farewell speech in the wake of the Kennedy victory for presidency. In his farewell speech, Eisenhower warned the American populace of a proxy government and its clandestine nature of what he termed as the “Military Industrial Complex”. After World War II, America underwent a hegemonic mindset for the world which basically requires that America be the supreme military might on the planet. While he goes on to aknowledge a type pf necessity for the Americans to have this power, he also warned them of the disastrous implications that this Military Industrial Complex can do to circumvent the essence of the American experience. In order to fully grasp his speech, one can review this simple 2 and a half minute video. Continue reading →
What is MEMRI TV A lot of people have become fond of this source of information and media, particularly in the western world. In the Muslim world, its adoption as a source for news was a bit different. Many of … Continue reading →
Mitchell Plitnick and Chris Toensing Mitchell Plitnick is director of education and policy at Jewish Voice for Peace. Chris Toensing is editor of Middle East Report. John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt’s 82-page paper “The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy” … Continue reading →