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Jihad Phase 4

The ending of the Ottoman empire in the previous phase is followed by an Islamic rebirth in this, the 4th phase of Jihad, which dates from the Armenian Genocide to the present day.

The collapse of the Caliphate and the failure of Islamic societies to progress in technology or commerce, rendered them unable to compete with the West using conventional warfare, so they needed to use asymmetric warfare and deceit. Thus they reverted to the original Islamic strategy of internal attack, as described in the 1st phase, using the same 5 methods.

1. Demographics
The use of immigration is an accepted strategy in Islam, but now it can be combined with the ecologically irresponsible creation of large families, funded by the modern welfare state. The effectiveness of this method can be clearly seen on Europe today.

2. Censorship:
Those who criticise Islam are attacked with violence. But now in addition, they can also be attacked by legal means, or by slander that jeopardises their livelihood.

3. Terror
Islam employs the same targetted assassination or beating of opponents, as before. In addition now, with the advent of jets and trains, electronic communications and industrial fertiliser, it is easy for a small cell to terrorise the whole civilian population with a spectacular attack.

4. Deceit
It has been proven by hidden cameras, etc, on numerous occasions, that the respected spokespeople for Islam are lying to non-Muslims, wherever it suits their purpose. This is an effective employment of that original phase 1 method of deceit, as is clearly permitted by Islamic scripture.

5. Funding
The massive increase of oil wealth in the Middle East has clearly enabled the increasing grip of Islamic ideology on Western society, by means ranging from academia, to the media, to mosque construction.

In addition, the Islamic rebirth was aided by this new factor:

6. Ideology
Following the collapse of the Caliphate, Muslim faith in the superiority of their belief system was severely shaken. Writers like Hassan al Banna, Sayyid Qutb and Maulana Maududi breathed fresh life into the Islamic mind by reverting back to the original teachings. Without their theological input, its hard to see how the process would have started. Thanks to them, the original Ikhwan was reborn as the Muslim Brotherhood, which is one of the most powerful forces in Islam today.

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Comment by shiva on May 25, 2015 at 10:17

I have posted new event in Phase 4, all new events ate coloured red

Comment by shiva on July 18, 2013 at 9:12

Yo alan,

No harm done putting up stuff that is not so well know. Most in the CJ just post what they find on other CJ sites, and in quite a few safe the spread a lot of mythes, Such as Pershing an Pigs blood. From what I understand the American used hanging for execution in the philipines, I will find the link one day.

Comment by Alan Lake on July 18, 2013 at 5:52

Oh, I get it now.  Initially the Ikhwan fought with the House of Saud, then they became awkward and fought against them, so they were crushed and disbanded by the Sauds (with British help).

Comment by Alan Lake on July 18, 2013 at 5:05

I can't make sense of the description of the Ikhwan revolt on 20 Dec 1928.  It says 2 contradictory things:

  • The Ikhwan Revolt had begun in 1927, when elements of the Ikhwan, the radical irregular tribesmen of Arabia, undermined the authority of Ibn Saud and begun raiding neighbouring Iraq and Kuwait. The relations between the House of Saud and the Ikhwans deteriorated into an open bloody feud in December 1928.
  • In the beginning of the 20th century Arabia was an arena of tribal wars, which had eventually led to unification under the leadership of Al Saud. The main tool for achieving these conquests was the Ikhwan, the Wahhabist-Bedouin tribal army led by Sultan bin Bajad al-Otaibi and Faisal al-Dawish.

So which is it?  Were the Ikhwan with the Saud family or against them?

Comment by Alan Lake on July 18, 2013 at 3:30

Read about the Istanbul pogrom of Greeks on 6 Sep 1955.  Another despicable act of Islam, for which they have no shame, and which is never even mentioned.

Comment by Alan Lake on July 18, 2013 at 3:27

The 4 phases are now:

1. Infiltration & Terror
2. Conventional War
3. Decline
4. Infiltration & Terror (again)

Which begs the question, what happens after Islam has taken control of Europe by 2060?  Well, it would be followed by Phase5: Conventional War (again), which could look like this: 

  • Europe withdraws any support for Israel, after which it is crushed by Muslim armies
  • Some nations, for example Finland, Poland and Switzerland, may have cut back on immigration and remained as non-Muslim democracies.  However, their neighbours will probably find some reason for taking offence at their behaviour, spark a border conflict, then invade.
  • The USA would still be powerful enough not to be threatened directly, but with loss of army bases in Europe, with the loss of airport refuelling points, it would find its sphere of influence and ability to project power, vastly reduced.  Consequently, its ability to respond to a conventional war would be badly degraded.
Comment by Alan Lake on July 17, 2013 at 4:47

14 May 1944: Marocchinate

Another revelation.  I'm interested in the 2nd World War and always felt there was something off about the battle of Monte Cassino.  I thought it was the destruction of the monastery - which was militarily a mistake (the ruins were apparently easier to defend than the original building).  But no, the reason people keep quiet about it is this mass rape afterwards.

Comment by Antony on July 12, 2013 at 12:40

Don't forget the Muslim tyrant Idi Amin's reign of terror over Uganda !

Comment by shiva on July 12, 2013 at 9:49

Dont worry, I have that planned,

 In the early morning hours of All Saints’ Day, November 1, 1954, guerrillas of the National Liberation Front (Front de Libération Nationale — FLN) launched attacks in various parts of Algeria against military installations, police posts, warehouses, communications facilities, and public utilities.

From Cairo, the FLN broadcast a proclamation calling on Muslims in Algeria to join in a national struggle for the “restoration of the Algerian state, sovereign, democratic, and social, within the framework of the principles of Islam.”

So the war was not about independence. but about islam

Comment by Alan Lake on July 11, 2013 at 20:50

The Algerian war of independence should be here too.  Then when France was kicked out, the French were told to choose between the suitcase or the coffin.  Most chose the former and flew out.

Comment by Antony on July 8, 2013 at 6:49

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