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A Defeat Is Loss of Land

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Nov 25, 2012 at 21:15

Control over land (dar al Islam) is a core belief of Islam. After all, Islam was invented after the Arab conquests in order to justify and regulate them. That's why the "settlements" are such an object of hatred, despite their small size. Any land controlled by the Kaffir is dar al Harb, the abode of war, to be warred against by jihad until it becomes dar al Islam.

To defeat HAMAS, or any Islamic entity, taking control of their land is the way to go.

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