Surrendering Islam

The Subversion of Islam
Throughout History Until the Present Day

By David Livingstone 
and Sahib Mustaqim Bleher

And those who disbelieve say, “We will never believe in this Qur’an nor in that before it.” But if you could see when the wrongdoers are made to stand before their Lord, refuting each other’s words… Those who were oppressed will say to those who were arrogant, “If not for you, we would have been believers.”
Those who were arrogant will say to those who were oppressed, “Did we avert you from guidance after it had come to you? Rather, you were criminals.”
Those who were oppressed will say to those who were arrogant, “Rather, [it was your] conspiracy of night and day when you were ordering us to disbelieve in Allah and attribute to Him equals.” But they will [all] confide regret when they see the punishment; and We will put shackles on the necks of those who disbelieved. Will they be recompensed except for what they used to do?
Holy Qur’an: Chapter 34 as-Saba, verses 31 to 33.

Muslims have flocked to the West for the last several decades in the hope of finding a better life. But while they left corruption and poverty behind in their home countries, they are now experiencing the evaporation of the illusions they entertained about the ideal life they had expected to find in the West. Instead of seeing the success of their “Dawa“, and seeing increasing numbers of Westerners embrace Islam, or at least come to appreciate its beauty, they are now being marginalized and villianized as the specter of a new Cold War, where rampant “Islamophobia” is making their lives increasingly difficult in general.
How did this happen? How did they not see this coming? Should they have stayed in their home countries? Was there something wrong with their “Dawa“? Or, is this just a temporary situation, and Westerners will eventually see the beauty of Islam as long as Muslims continue what we they are doing and try hard enough?
The fact is, Muslims are suffering from many forms of great ignorance that prevent them from not only recognizing what their true duties as Muslims are, but of understanding exactly what is happening around them.
How did this come about? For centuries Muslims lived under unified rule, led by successive empires, primarily the Abbassids and eventually the Ottoman Turks. Also, centuries of pious effort were exerted to codify the message of Islam into a legal system apt at governing the affairs of large civilizations. This system is known as Shariah and in Sunni Islam is divided into four mutually compatible schools, called Mathhabs.
This Islamic legal system was the result of great vigilance with regards to the creeping influence of corruptive ideas, which would sometimes splinter into various movements and sects. However, as long as there was a political power in place, these splinter groups could be kept in check, and the sanctity of orthodox Islam proclaimed as the dominant one.
This all ended in 1924, with the final collapse of the Ottoman Empire. From that time forward, there was no vanguard for the orthodoxy of Islam, and many of these splinter groups then began to flourish. Most prominent among them are the Wahhabis of Saudi Arabia. This sect was created by the British in the seventeenth century, in accordance with their strategy of “Divide and Conquer”, to disunite and weaken the Ottoman Empire.
The Ottoman power was able to initially quash the movement. Nevertheless, the wayward group survived into the 20th century, and following the demise of the Ottoman state, were officially installed as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with British assistance in 1932. The Wahhabis though were merely a part of a great wave of British-sponsored Islamic “revivalism”, as part of the same strategy, that swept across parts of the Arab world, but also particularly in British-controlled India and Pakistan, fostering Wahhabi affiliated movements like the Deonbandis, and the Barelvis and so on.
Most important were the Salifi, that emerged out of Egypt, founded by British agents Jamal ud Din al Afghani, and Mohammed Abduh, leading to the creation of the Muslim Brotherhood by Hasan al Banna.
Today, all Islamic radicalism can be traced to these organizations and movements. The purpose of their establishment is clear. A plan was outlined in the nineteenth century by the notorious Albert Pike to pursue three World Wars. The first two we have witnessed, while the last of these is to be against the Muslim world.
The plan of Shaytan has been successfully pursued for centuries. Christianity has been undermined through the corruption of Gnostic ideas, and finally the great revolutions of the eighteenth century succeeded in removing Church authority from the state. And, continuous negative propaganda ever since has managed to largely discredit Christianity in the minds of Westerners.
Ultimately, towards the goal of eliminating all sign of God’s message on earth, there now remains the final obstacle: Islam.
However, Muslims are incapable of mobilizing any kind of threat to the West. Therefore, an artificial threat had to be created. This was the reason behind the creation of numerous radical “Islamic” movements, which had a dual purpose. Firstly, by creating a very false image of Islam, they led to the negative mindset in the minds of Westerners about the reality of Islam, to cause apprehension against it. Finally, the recruitment of violent agitators to carry out false-flag terror operations would provide the various pretexts necessary for embarking on military campaigns in Islamic lands and implementing police-state measures at home.
As a Muslim Ummah, we are lost. Over and over, the Qur’an repeats the warning to us about hypocrites. Until now, we have failed to apprehend the significance of these warnings. In these pages, God willing, we will be able to unravel this mystery, and expose the nefarious plots of those who have said they were Muslim, but who had
been working in collusion with our enemies to bring about our final downfall.
For the most part, we have been fooled, and we have degraded our interpretation of Islam accordingly. For the sake of our ourselves, and in turn, the rest of humanity, which is thursting for the true message of Islam, we need come to terms with this reality and return to our traditional understanding of Islam in order to revive it to its former greatness.
As pointed out in the verse above, on the Day of Judgement, the misguided masses will point the finger of blame on the conspiracy carried out by the elite.  But blame is on them for their own misguidance.  Likewise, the purpose of this information is not to now blame the modern day conspirators, but rather to acknowledge our own misguidance and reform ourselves.
As God says in the Qur’an:

Indeed, Allah will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.
Holy Qur’an: Chapter 13 ar-Rad, verse 11

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