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ANNIVERSARY – 1989 Soviet troops pull out of Afghanistan

15th February 1989

On this day in history:

Soviet troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan, nine years after they swept into the country.

A convoy of Soviet armoured vehicles travelled the 260-mile (418km) journey to the USSR border while other soldiers left aboard an Ilyushin 76 transport aircraft.

Earlier, the Soviet government had announced the departure of the last troops although snow had delayed a five-day airlift from the Afghan capital Kabul.

ANNIVERSARY – America and Britain’s Crusade against the Muslims of Afghanistan

7th October 2001

On this day in history:

The US and Britain launched a new crusade against the Muslims of Afghanistan. Eight years later their forces are still occupying the country and slowly pushing in to Pakistan the target of their next crusade.

RELATED ARTICLE – Afghanistan: Losing Hearts, Minds and The War

Muslims should be in no doubt that to the kuffar Muslim blood is worthless. The kuffar  are not our awliyya (friends and protectors).

ANNIVERSARY – The 1973 war between Israel, Egypt and Syria

Egyptian soldiers praying salah6th October 1973

On this day in history:

The 1973 war between Israel, Egypt and Syria.

Since its formation in 1948, the reality of Israel’s military strength has been shrouded by a mythical aura of invincibility. Interestingly such myths have not been actively expressed by Israel, but have been given life by the actions of the treacherous Muslim rulers.

Israel’s performance in the wars of 1948, 1956, 1967 and 1973 against the Muslims in the region has long been seen as confirmation of Israel’s military superiority. In light of this apparent superiority and its seizure of Muslim lands, it is argued that direct military conflict with Israel is not a viable course of action for the Arab states, creating the necessity of entering into negotiations. The direct consequence of such a move has been the acceptance of Israel’s sovereignty through plans such as the peace process.

ANNIVERSARY – Danish Newspaper Jyllands-Posten prints insulting and degrading cartoons of our beloved Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم

September 30th 2005

On this day in history:

A few days before Ramadan the Danish Newspaper Jyllands-Posten printed 12 insulting and degrading cartoons of our beloved Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم. Subsequently newspapers and magazines in other European newspapers defiantly reprinted the cartoons creating widespread anger and demonstrations across the Muslim world.


16-18 September 1982. The Sabra and Shatila massacre was a massacre of Palestinian and Lebanese civilians carried out by the Jewish Entity and its Christian proxy militia in Lebanon.

The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) in control of Beirut, surrounded Beirut’s Palestinian refugee camps, then allowed Christian Phalangist militiamen to massacre between 2500 and 3500 Muslim civilians.


14th September 786CE (15 Rabi’ al-awwal 170AH)

On this day in history:

Harun al-Rashid is given the bay’ah and becomes the Khaleefah over the Muslims after the death of his brother al-Hadi the previous Abbasid Khaleefah.