Al Qaeda’s vision for the world

May 6, 2007

In the words of Shakh Ayman al-Zawahiri, Bin Laden’s #2:

The road to reform, and Allah knows best, requires, in the Arabian Peninsula and the other Islamic lands, work on two plans. The first is in the near term, and seeks to strike Crusader and Zionist interests so that the ground erupts in flames under the feet of the Zionists and Crusaders in our countries and theirs and everywhere we are able to strike their interests until they leave our countries and stop their continuous and increasing interference in our affairs.

And the second plan is for the longer term, and depends on two pillars: the first is preparation for the confrontation, by going forth to arenas of battle like Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia, and the second pillar is diligent work to change the corrupt and corruptive regimes through invitation, incitement, mobilization and planning, and to persevere in that however much time it takes or sacrifice it requires. And every time we achieve victory in one arena, that will ease – with Allah’s help – victory in the next one.

And from this, the critical importance of the Jihad in Iraq and Afghanistan becomes clear, because the defeat of the Crusaders there – soon, Allah permitting, will lead to the setting up of two Mujahid Emirates which will be launch pads for the liberation of the Islamic lands and the establishment of the Caliphate, with Allah’s permission.

That’s why I call on the Muslim Ummah not to lag behind or tarry in supporting the Jihad in general and the Jihad in Iraq and Afghanistan in particular, in view of the pivotal importance of these two arenas.

It couldn’t be much clearer than that.

And one for the ‘truthers’:

They pretend to forget that Ramzi Yousef tried to demolish the two Trade towers, and success was not decreed for him, but Khalid Shaykh came along after him and destroyed them with the squadron of martyrdom-seekers, with much more than Ramzi Yousef had expected. And now Khalid Shaykh has become a role model for hundreds who are following in his footsteps, and they shall achieve more than he achieved, with Allah’s permission and help.

Oh, so it was Al Qaeda, after all?

Read the whole thing here. It’s a bit eerie to see bits and pieces of leftoid moonbattery intermingled with the call to world dominance by jihad.



  1. Rob

    Have you ever thought of joining this group?

    Its been a good way for me to increase visitors and in particular comments.

    A lot of the bloggers have similarish views to yours (and mine). thought id mention it in case you’re interested.


  2. Nah, I’m happy to be unread and ignored. They’re milestones along the path to the ultimate objective — invisibility.

    Thanks for the thought, though.

  3. “I’m Tired”
    Two weeks ago, as I was starting my sixth month of duty in Iraq, I was forced to return to the USA for surgery for an injury I sustained while in Iraq. When I recuperate they will want me to return to Iraq to finish my tour. I left Baghdad and a war that has every indication that we are losing, to return to a demoralized country much like the one I returned to in 1971 after my tour in Vietnam. Maybe it’s because I’ll turn 60 years old in just four months, but I’m tired:

    I’m tired of spineless politicians, both Democrat and Republican who lack the courage, fortitude, and character to see anything but shallow solutions that are based on waging war.

    I’m tired of the hypocrisy of politicians who want to rewrite history by rushing to war when the going gets tough.

    I’m tired of the disingenuous clamor from those that claim they ‘Support the Troops’ by forcing them to re-enlist while not supporting them when they return home.

    I’m tired of a mainstream media that can only focus on car bombs and casualty reports because they are too afraid to show the real story of civilian deaths and atrocities at the hands of our military.

    I’m tired that so many Americans think you can enforce democracy through war.

    I’m tired that so many ignore the bravery of the Iraqi people to go about their daily lives.

    I’m tired of the so called ‘Elite Right’ that prolongs this war by justifying it with lies.

    I’m tired that my generation, the Baby Boom-Vietnam generation, have such a weak backbone that they can’t or won’t stand up and protest war as a course they no longer support.

    Mostly, I’m tired that the people of this great nation didn’t learn from history that war does not solve problems, it creates problems.


    Dave Rapya,
    Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. Army
    101st Airborne Division

  4. With all due respect to the Lieutenant Colonel (if it is him indeed who posted this): unfinished wars create even more problems than ones you win. And Vietnam is the best example of what happens when a nation does not have the will power to win a war. Horrendous aftermath of Vietnam surrender and withdrawal should teach a lesson. And the same will happen in Iraq should US withdraw prematurely.

    And I was not supporting the invasion to start with…

  5. One LTCOL says:

    Mostly, I’m tired that the people of this great nation didn’t learn from history that war does not solve problems, it creates problems.

    The other:

    Mostly, I’m tired that the people of this great nation didn’t learn from history that there is no substitute for Victory.

    Which is the real LTCOL, I don’t know. We seem to have a divergence of names, as well as opinions.

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