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Islamic laws of great value

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 20, 2007 at 21:33

Al-Muhajiroun, the Voice, the Eyes, the Ears of the Muslims, an Islamist newspaper in London, published an article on January 27, 2001, which declared:

Upon the establishment of the Islamic State, the whole world will potentially be Dar ul Harb since the foreign policy of the Islamic state is aimed at conquering the world. Once the Islamic State is established anyone in Dar ul Harb will have no sanctity for his life or wealth; hence, a Muslim in such circumstances can then go into Dar ul Harb and take the wealth from the people unless there is a treaty with that state. If there is no treaty, individual Muslims can even go to Dar ul Harb and take women to keep as slaves. Such an attitude assumes that the infidels have no rights and are totally dehumanized. These rules were confirmed in the Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the Academy of Islamic Research, held in 1968 (Cairo: General Organization for Government Printing Offices, 1968.)

May Allah bless Muhammad

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