Tuesday, October 14, 2014

ISIS: We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses

And say to them, ‘Indeed,
Allah will grant the Muslims the conquest of
Rome, just as Allah’s Messenger (sallallāhu ‘alayhi
wa sallam) promised’” [Wasāyā Hāmmah Lil Mujāhidīn].
He also said, “We perform jihād here while our
eyes are upon al-Quds. We fight here, while our
goal is Rome with good expectations concerning
Allah that He makes us the keys for the Prophetic
good tidings and Godly decrees” [Riyāh an-Nasr].
This attitude then was inherited by his successor,
Abū Hamzah al-Muhājir (rahimahullāh), who said,
“O muwahhidīn, receive glad tidings, for by Allah,
we will not rest from our jihād until we are under
the olive trees of Rome, after we destroy the
filthy house called the White House” [Inil Hukmu
Illā Lillāh].

"We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses, and enslave your women, by the permission of
Allah, the Exalted." 

- ISIS Spokesman in recent ISIS publication DABIQ

More from the magazine...

"...These ahādīth indicate that the Muslims will be at war with the Roman Christians. Rome in the
Arabic tongue of the Prophet (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) refers to the Christians of Europe and
their colonies in Shām prior to the conquering of Shām at the hands of the Sahābah. There will
be a pause in this war due to a truce or treaty. During this time, the Muslims and Romans will
fight a common enemy. The fact that they fight a common enemy does not necessitate there is
any form of military cooperation between them, as some of the hadīth commentators have said..."

"...Then the Romans will commit treachery by raising the cross and killing a Muslim. This will
lead to the continuation of the war between the Muslims and the Romans. They will demand
access to those who enslaved some of them or the former captives themselves who accepted
Islam so as to fight them. This enslavement will have taken place either before the signing
of the truce or after the treachery, and Allah knows best. These events all lead up to the final,
greatest, and bloodiest battle – al-Malhamah al- Kubrā – between the Muslims and the Romans
prior to the appearance of the Dajjāl and the descent of al-Masīh. This battle ends the era of
the Roman Christians, as the Muslims will then advance upon Constantinople and thereafter
Rome, to conquer the two cities and raise the flag of the Khilāfah over them..."

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