The Daesh on Religion — An Inside Perspective
The Daesh are extreme enforcers of Islam. You can say they are not Islam all you want but that’s what they are: 7th Century Islamist.
In the 7th Century all religions had people who behaved horribly. Islam was as misogynistic and as abhorrent then, in the 7th century, as the Daesh are today. That’s the problem with the Daesh and their religion.
They are lunatics who WANT TO LIVE IN THE SEVENTH CENTURY!
The sad thing is that Aleppo and Mosul were pretty good places in ancient times, tolerant and forgiving in those times.That is not the case now as we observe from our little “clinics”, makeshift hospitals for women and their female problems following victimization by the Daesh Sexual Predators who as a percentage of the Daesh fighters is the vast majority.
Do you hear our message: the Daesh are raping the children. 8-9-10-11-12-13-year old kids. These kids are becoming seriously messed up. Are you still complacent?
The Daesh warned all women in Mosul to wear full-face veils or risk severe punishment. That is very good for us because some of our people are obviously not from the region but on the same hand we can’t tell who is and isn’t our enemy either.
These Sunni-inspired Daesh insurgents, who have declared a caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria, also view Iraq’s majority Shiites as infidels who deserve to be killed.
They hate the Shiites and summarily kill them.
Jews face the same fate.
Both Christians and Jews continually ask us or indirectly send messages to us asking us to get them out of Mosul. They even offer money. But we can’t help (officially). The big problem is that they don’t tell us the truth about who they leave behind and for sure those they leave behind will be found and killed eventually. People are desperate but we are here for the long haul and can see the bigger picture. You can’t leave anyone behind. You can’t.
The Daesh Promises
- Daesh operatives are defined as “soldiers of the Islamic State” who took it upon themselves “to restore the glory of the Islamic Caliphate and eliminate the oppression and injustice of our fellow Muslims.”
- The attitude towards the residents will be determined by their behavior (“the secrets of their hearts we leave to Allah”). The charter states that “a person who is a Muslim from the outside, and is not involved in even one thing that contradicts Islam, will be treated by us as a Muslim. We will not suspect a man and will not accuse him without decisive proof and an overwhelming allegation …”
- Residents living under the rule of the Islamic State are supposed to feel safe and secure because the Islamic regime guarantees the rights of the people under its protection and takes care of the oppressed.
- All public funds which belonged to the Syrian regime will be returned to the “state coffers” (i.e., the coffers of the Daesh, which controls the Islamic State). The Caliph of the Muslims (i.e., Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi) is the one who will manage the funds “according to the needs of the Muslims.” Anyone who steals that money will be tried before the Sharia legal system and his hand will be cut off.
- It is forbidden to trade in wine, drugs, cigarettes, and “other forbidden things” or to become addicted to them.
- Residents are warned not to collaborate with the enemy, and in particular with the Syrian regime and “idol worshippers” (Bashar al-Assad’s government is called by the derogatory nickname “the Safavid government,” after a Shiite dynasty in the 16th century). Anyone who repents will be forgiven (“the gate of repentance is open to those who wish to pass through it”), but as for those “who insist and continue to withdraw from the religion of Islam, there is one sentence for them: death.”
- Desecration of graves and statues: “Our position regarding the holy graves … and places of pilgrimage of the idol worshippers is according to the correct words of the Prophet Muhammad …” The document cites a tradition (hadith) attributed to the Prophet Muhammad whereby graves and statues perceived as idol worship must be destroyed.
- Modesty of women: The charter calls on “respectable women” to “adhere to humility, scarves, and coverings.” They are to stay at home, “shut themselves away in the women’s courtyard,” and not leave it unless necessary, because “this was the way of the mothers of the faithful friends of the Prophet …”
- The charter ends with a call to abandon the secular regime and adhere to the Islamic regime: “O people, you have tried the secular regimes and have gone through the periods of the monarchy, the republic, the Ba‘athists and the Safavid Dynasty [a derogatory nickname for the Assad regime] … Now, “beginning in the era of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi [“Imam Abu Bakr al-Qurashi,” i.e. from the tribe of Quraysh, Muhammad’s tribe], you will see the power of Allah … and the size of the huge gap between the cowardly secular government … and the Caliphate of al-Baghdadi …”
The Daesh on Women — An Inside Perespective
According to the Daesh
Our treatise concerning Muslim women in life does not differ from the treatise concerning the Muslim community in any way rather, it is derived from it and taken from it. Its principles and concepts are based on the same two Righteous paths.
[Muslim women] should emulate the women first called to religion, Mariam and Asia and Khadija, Fatima, Aisha and the mothers of the believers, women of the Companions and their followers, the biographies of whom were written down in ink of Light may God be pleased with them and may he please them.
Beyond this, her creator ruled that there was no responsibility greater for her than that of being a wife to her husband.
The role was defined and purpose indicated with the word That you may find tranquility in them. (Motherfukkers)
In the hadith, when any woman prays her five, fasts her month, guards her body and obeys her husband, it is said to her: Enter Paradise from whichever of its doors you wish . This was related by Ibn Haban and authenticated by al-Albani.
The problem today is that women are not fulfilling their fundamental roles, the role that is consistent with their deepest nature, for an important reason, that women are not presented with a true picture of man and, because of the rise in the number of emasculated men who do not shoulder the responsibility allocated to them towards their ummah, religion or people, and not even towards their houses or their sons, who are being supported by their wives.
This has forced women away from their true role and they do not realise it.
Because men are serving women like themselves, men cannot distinguish themselves from them according to the two features referred to by God: Men are in charge of women by [right of] what God has given over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth (Quran 4:34).
If men were men then women would be women.