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SPECIAL REPORT: The End game in Syria - Coming Soon

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March 2013 marks two years since the uprising in Syria began, in order to topple Basher al-Assad. The world continues to watch in horror as the al-Assad regime slaughters its own people. The west continues to deny the rebel fighters weapons that would end the conflict and continues to push them to negotiate with the murderer’s regime. Khilafah.com will be publishing a special report on the second anniversary of the uprising “The end game in Syria.”

The special reports author, Adnan Khan, will be taking questions from readers and providing answers to them in a Khilafah.com video interview.

Readers can submit their questions below


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Yusuf_abdullah said:

By making and alliance with U.S. and Israel who are the real terrorist of the world, they are betraying Islam. It is forbidden for us muslims in the Quran take the christian-judeo alliance as friends or to trust them. I do not suppor Assad's regime, but if the syrian people really wants to overthrow him, the last thing these so called rebels should do is to make an alliance and get weapons from these terrorists states who are our real enemy. US or israel dont care the Syrian people, only their own interests.
 
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March 20, 2013
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Abdul-Kareem said:

...Therefore if you want to establish caliphate in Syria isn’t there a requirement that you must control Mecka Medeena and Hadj and take the personal possesions of rasuul pbuh?

This is not a condition of appointing a Khaleefah and establishing the Khilafah. There is no evidence from the Qur'an or Sunnah for this. The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم established the first Islamic State which initially had no control of Makkah or the Hajj or all of Hijaz. This only occurred after 10 years of rule.

If the Khilafah is established in Syria then all Muslims in the world are obliged to give the Bayah of obedience including those in Hijaz. The Khilafah will aim to unify Hijaz and the rest of the Muslim lands quickly with minimal fighting insha'Allah.
 
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February 27, 2013
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Abdul-Kareem said:

The west and others always make big allegations against black-flag-waving islamists...

Allah (swt) says:

"You who have iman! if a deviator brings you a report, scrutinize it carefully in case you attack people in ignorance and so come to greatly regret what you have done." [49:6]

There is a propoganda war against Islam and when miscarriages of justice or other wrong acts are committed in places like Afghanistan, Somalia or Pakistan the west immediately blames Islam and Islamists.
 
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February 27, 2013
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Sugar Monkey said:

6- The ottoman sultan selim 1 had to conquer hijaz then make the caliph in cairo come to Istanbul and surrender the personal possessions (swords, cloak, etc) of Rasuulullah pbuh then that’s when selim could legitimately claim the caliphate for himself. The ottoman sultans before selim 1 were not really caliphs although Mehmet 2 claimed to be. Therefore if you want to establish caliphate in Syria isn’t there a requirement that you must control Mecka Medeena and Hadj and take the personal possesions of rasuul pbuh?

7- As some of the commenters below pointed out already ,even if you manage to finally establish Caliphate in Syria I don’t think it will last very long. Everyone outside will cry foul that “al Ka’ida exteremist fundmentlist radiical” has hijacked the revolution for their own personal gain. Country is already devastated, Turkish will finally have excuse to lead a western nato invasion force to make sure NLDFSC (nationelism, liberalism democrazy freedum secularism captalism) prevails. They would have us beleive that NLDFSC is compatible with their “moderate islaam”. Possibly arabic countries (Saudi Qatar) will also join invasion. Also Rusia-china-iran will want to do something to reclaim their lost influence. Also Dajjal state israhell is just around the corner and ready to defend its existence. If there is no invasion then they will at least finance and support the FSA and SNC rebels even more and a brand new bloodier worse phase of the civil war will start.
 
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February 26, 2013
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Sugar Monkey said:

4- You say that Butcher L-Asad is agent and puppet of America and west. When I first saw this I thought you were crazy out of your mind but some time ago you produced an article showing the evidence that he actually is. If that is true then why is HT still the only group who still support this view? Why has no one else realised this. Most people still think he is anti-west, anti-zion and a ally of Russia-china-iran.

5- I don’t understand why you think that iran is a puppet lackey of the west. They clearly are not. Some time ago you published an article showing evidence that they worked with usa in afgahnistan and Iraq. But look in both cases iran and usa had a common enemy. Sadam fought a long war against iran and taleban persecuted shias. In Syria now there are rival secular and religious rebels fighting together (“marriage of convenience”) but only because they have a common enemy. If iran was wests puppet then they wouldn’t have so much isolation, threat of war and invasion on them. iran also only muslim country supports hamas/hezbllah and resistance against Dajjal state Israel.
 
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Sugar Monkey said:

3- The west and others always make big allegations against black-flag-waving islamists like HT as well as the groups operating in afganistan PakistanSyria Iraq mali Somalia nigeria etc. Allegations are: “““they are all affliated to el Ka’ida, kill innocent people, bombarding shias and other sect in Iraq/Pakistan. Somali shebab gangraeping girls then the girl gets accused of adultery and stone till dead.. Taleban Forcing all women to cover up head to toe and Denying all female education employment and sports. Banning all TV radio and anything ‘western’ .Taleban get majority of their funding revenue from drug growings trade. Killing men for not having beard. Nigeria islamists bombarding churches shooting christtians. 12-year old girls being pledged as brides to Nussra front members. Mali islamist destroying graves, tomb and sufi shrines and also destroying ancient manuscripts (part of our Islamic heritage).””” !Come on HT its your job to account all the muslim leaders, including the black flag jihadists whenever they control a place. Please can you respond to these accusations they always make. Are they true or not and would you (HT) do the same if you were in power?
 
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February 26, 2013
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Sugar Monkey said:

Salam Aleicom

1- Why do you (HT) portray only one side of this syria war with Butcher L Asad being the one and only problem? Believe it or not, there are rebels as well also commiting massacres, looting stealing etc. including ones who chant takbier while doing it.
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/02/24/290501/video-shows-syria-militants-war-crimes/
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/02/25/290658/alnusra-claims-hama-bus-bombing/
http://www.globalresearch.ca/al-nusra-mass-executions-against-abducted-citizens-in-aleppo-syria-calls-on-un-security-council/5321218
http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/videos-show-extremist-syrian-rebels-cutting-prisoners-throats-1.501583
they cant all be perfectly good people. But on your websites and media you just ignore the rebel atrocities, never critisice them and only denounce asad. (btw im not defending butcher el asad).

2- What is the exact relationship between HT, jeb’hat elNussra front and alKa’idah? Do the “al Kai’da teror organization” actually exist like the west wants us to believe or is it a CIA-invented fictional scapegoat. If they do exist then how much power/influence they have in the Syria revolution, and what is you think of them. For or against?
 
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February 26, 2013
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Muhammad said:

Some more Naseeha brothers,

I was thinking about how to overcome the stalemate.

The key point is... the Alawites fear losing all.
They only have one option at the moment: side with
the regime.

We need to give them a second option: side with us.

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Instead of hitting the Regime head on, i think some
political jiujitsu is in order. We need to pull the
rug from under Asad's feet.

How?

Just as i described with the FSA commanders, we could
do a (halal) power-sharing arrangement with the Alawite
heads. e.g. you get to be the major of xyz town/village
for one year (then we have elections).

Being Alawite they will have to take the Shahadah if
they want to be Mayor. After that, as long as they
implement Shariah Law, fine. If not... they can be
removed via the courts.

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Only we can rule a new Syria...
because only we have the Islam that can rule.

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Of course they will be in fear of us and trust is an
issue.
"Can we trust them?" (they think)...
To overcome this, we just need to make it clear that
"it is not in our interest to kill you".

If we wanted the Alawite leaders dead. They would be
dead. What we want is a political settlement.
i.e. the Alawites leaders get a slice of the cake.

Therefore, i think that there needs to be an amnesty
for past crimes... (for everybody except "those
criminals whom we need to put on trial")

Why an amnesty?

We need Syria in one piece. Not a hundred pieces.
The regime's armour needs to be captured intact.
So think about how many Muslims globally have comitted
sins. How many are we going to punish? We need to draw
a line in the sand.

"Past crimes... that's between you and Allah (s.w.t)"

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To put pressure on the Alawites we could cut Asad's
current means of patronage. He has an oil well i think
that he uses to bribe the Alawites. We could cut that
off perhaps.

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Because the Alawites are backed into a corner, they feel
they have to fight. We should reach out to them, pardon
them, give them an alternative to siding with Al-Asad.

Once we pull the rug from Al-Asad's feet, a trickle of
Alawite leaders, should become a flood.

Especially the Alawite heads of the Sunni brigades.

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Carrot and stick

With the carrot (as mentionned above) and the stick of
para-military action including assassinations for
anyone who sides with the Cursed Kafir West
(e.g. Bashar's brother minus his legs)

Like i said, the Cursed Kafir West can cut any
deal it wants, but it is like nailing custard to the
wall for them. We can just assassinate any deal.

Syria is ours.

I think the Alawites will take the carrot, inshAllah.

So what do you think?
Is this workable?

This way (except for Bashar Al-Asad) more or less
everyone else has a future in the new Syria...

"Whoever desires honor [through power] - then to Allah
belongs all honor. To Him ascends good speech, and
righteous work raises it. But they who plot evil
deeds will have a severe punishment, and the plotting
of those - it will perish." 35:10
 
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Muhammad said:

Some Naseeha brothers,

I was thinking about how to avert a civil war in Syria.

How about a (halal) power sharing agreement?

The rebel commanders want a slice of the cake right?

Surely the FSA commanders realise that in a civil war
only the Cursed Shayateen and the Cursed Kuffar win.

But if they sided with Allah (SWT)
then they (the FSA commanders) would win, inshAllah...

We could say for instance that
"you could be the Mayor of Homs or you could be the
major of Aleppo" (for one year)

Then after that we have elections...

Also as part of the deal he has to integrate his militia
into the State's military or... disband.

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Then after that, once in power, If the FSA commander was
to break the Shariah Law...
then he would be dealt with like any other citizen,
If he applies Shariah...
then he applies Shariah. Allahuakbar!

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So what if the FSA commanders cannot reach agreement
as to who gets what?

Why not draw lots (if that is halal)?
or even... we could rotate the mayorship.
"you get Homs this year, then Aleppo next year"
(to self: if you get elected)

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The point is, if the Cursed Kaafir West wants to create
an Afghanistan style civil war, then we know what averts
a civil war: power sharing agreement. We just need something
that is Halal.

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Also if you are going to send a modern day Musab ibn Umer,
to talk with these brothers,
he should do a voluntary fast on that day.

And the FSA commanders should not all meet at the same time
in the same place... we know what happened to Bashar's brother
(no legs).

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What if the Cursed Kuffar do the same thing?
They can't make it stick...
They can promise all they want, the commanders can still
be assassinated if they side with the West.

If they side with us, they have the support and protection
of the State, as well as Allah (SWT) (i.e. they are acting
in accordance with Shariah therefore they have the Barakah)

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So what do you think, is civil war avertable?
I pray that Khilafah is established soon brothers.
And may Allah grant you Janatul Firdaus... and not account
you for that.
And i pray that Allah smiles on us all on that Day.

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Say: "Truly, my Lord enlarges the provision for whom He wills
of His slaves, and (also) restricts (it) for him, and whatsoever
you spend of anything (in Allah's Cause), He will replace it.
And He is the Best of providers." (34:39)
 
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Wawan - At-Thoriq Syafii said:

Just ask God Almighty: May the Almighty bestow Alllah His earthly force Syria to protect women, children, and the Mujahedin immediately freeing They and uphold the Islamic Sharia Caliphate according ... Aamiin
 
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February 25, 2013
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Asir muhammad said:

is it possible to establish to an Islamic state in Syria? is Syrian power of defense really strong enough to face kuffar of the west while it cannot able to crush even a rebel group?
 
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February 17, 2013
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Muhammad said:

I'm going to start with three assumptions.

One that the governments in Washington D.C., Moscow, Paris, London
and Beijing are "pure evil".
These are the Sons of Satan himself. War criminal sons of kafir mothers.
War mongering Viciously-Anti-Islam oppressors.

Secondly, that the Muslims rulers are also "pure evil".
These are the Sons of Satan himself as well.

Thirdly, i don't think that most people in the world regard
Muslims as human beings.

With that in mind (although i could be wrong),
i don't think these "pure evil" criminals regimes (i.e. the UN S.C.)
and their flag-waving-brainwashed-Muslim-hating-zombie masses will
hesitate to launch a full scale military attack on the Khilafah.

I think it would be like the First Gulf War.... except that we will fight back.

My question is: how will we defend against cruise missiles?
Casualties are likely to be in the millions at least.

The Muslims rulers are likely to fully support America their Satanic Master.
Also i don't expect the so-called "International Community" (what a joke)
to do anything.

I can see the Khilafah being established and then extinguished by the sons
of the Devil. I trust in Allah, and i trust in you, but i think that Evil is stronger
than Good on this earth (i.e. it would literally take the angels to descend
[literally] to create victory)
 
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Rezwan Quader said:

Do you think there is a chance for Syria which will be ruled by Khilafah, to give threat to other countries in order to invade them?

Assessing the current situation , is there any chance for Syria to become another Afghanistan?

If we are living in Bangladesh will it be mandatory for us to give bay'ah to the Khilafah in As Sham? How can we give bay'ah?
 
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Abdullah said:

My question is less about syria, more about the future khilafah and Iran.

How will the islamic leadership of iran react to the khilafah, what will they say even if we destroy israel, will iran be a big threaty for the future khilafah? Does Iran with an Atomic bomb show a big threat for the khilafah?
 
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Ali Ibrahim said:

I don't think Islamic State will be establish in Syria after the war finishs. You can't just establish an Islamic state with coup d'etat. I am an Suuni so i'm against Al Assad but the Syrian people would probably cause chaos if Syria establish an Islamic State because now there are so many Muslims are not practical nowadays. Look at Egypt Islamist rule but they support democrate and yet people still protesting, same to Tunisia and Libya. Syria is different so the aftermath, I believe everything will change. What do you think will happen for sure after the civil war finishs?
 
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Abu Az-Zahrah said:

1. Ruling with Kufr, indeed a severe Zulm, a huge Munkar; What is individual Muslim's or group's role/responsibility, at removing such Munkar through Physical fighting?

2. How we would become sure that 'Capability' to remove such Munkar has been achieved?

3. What has to be the individual Muslim's or groups role/responsibility to achieve that 'Capability' to fight physically to remove that Munkar?

4. removing a ruler who implements Kufr upon people through Physical fighting, is a perspective of removing a Munkar physically; on the other hand, establishment of Khilafah has a specific Manhaj, which is strictly a non-militant approach according to Sirah of Rasul(saw). How do we reconcile between these two separate perspectives, while engaged in struggle against Kufr implementing ruler?

5. Do Hizb-ut-Tahrir considers in current world any force other than the Military, in a specific country, as the people of Nusrah? If considers, then would it launch Physical fighting against Military, if 'Capability' likely achieved?

6. If even fraction of Military become convinced to fight, along with group of people, having popular opinion in favor, giving notion that 'Capability' to remove the Zalim ruler likely achieved; what has to be the role/responsibility of the Hizb-ut-Tahrir as a group & Shabab(s) of Hizb-ut-Tahrir as an individual during the time?

7. In light of the above quarries, what is the Shari'ah status of the recent Military fighting against Gaddafi in Libya & on going against Asad in Syria; especially when it is obvious that, these fighting are only removing the ruler, not changing the system of Kufr, & being likely to be under influence of the Imperialist Kuffar(s)?

8. When the Syrian fighters declare their determination to establish the Khilafah by removing Asad with their Physical fighting; how do we consider thus treat it, according to our Manhaj of establishment of Dar-ul-Islam?

9. What about such explanation that, Libya during fight against Gaddafi or Syria now at the on going fight against Asad, become a Dar-ul-Harb; so the non-violent Manhaj of establishing Khilafah is not applicable here. If so, does it a choice upon the Shabab of Hizb-ut-Tahrir that, whether he can join the fight or remain with Da'wah to re-establish Khilafah, as like the situation in Iraq/Afghanistan?

10. While following the Manhaj of Rasul(saw) to make a Dar-ul-Kufr to a Dar-ul-Islam, is the total transition of power necessarily needs to be 'bloodless'? if not, what is the extent & who are permitted to participate at 'shedding of blood' seems unavoidable?
 
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Abu Laith said:

Salaam Walaykum, What impact does the Hizb ut Tahrir have in Syria and is the call for Khilafah actually popular amongst the people as we saw in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya people were asking for a mix of democracy (sovereignty for the people, freedoms) and shariah how do we know this is not what is happening in Syria.

Jazakhallah khayr.
 
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Arkan said:

If we inherit a state of rubble? no medicine, no food, no shelter, no Surface to Air Missiles, can we declare Khilafah?

If Bashar takes a scorch earth policy as was recently seen with the destruction of Surface to Air Missiles by israel, what are our options?

Can the Hizb organize a "Marshal Plan"? What innovative political-economic strategies can we use if we declare Khilafah in a situation of total destruction?
 
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sigit herdiarto said:

I've read the HT Shabab, that ahlu quwah should do anything to seize power, could the military coup or by peaceful means .. whether this opinion is an opinion adopted by the HT? if true, what is the argument?
 
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Ibn ghafoor said:

Salam aleykom
If inshallah the khilafah is established in syria, what do we have to do in the dar ul kufr i.e. Europe? And will there be a representative who's convey our ba'ia to the caliph in as-shams Or do we have to get ourselfs to syria, (or homecountrys like afghanistan etc. For making dawa for khilafah)?
 
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abu abdullah said:

Is it not a contradiction to HTs methodology to fight to take power? HT members fighting against oppression is different to fighting to take power is it not ?
Also how confident are you that this will not turn into a similar situation like mujahidin in Afghan fighting against Russia with the support of US? Although they benefited from US support to counter Soviet aggression, ultimate winner was US. Pls explain, ia.
 
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rooth haq said:

what the syrian people want?
 
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Undercover said:

I've heard that the rebels to buy weapons from the minions of bashaar. Thus they receive money in its place. Is that true?

 
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Arafat said:

Where do u get all the weapons, money etc..???
What is your source of weapons ? ? ?

Are u following sunnah in this war?? If u follow prove it.
is it according to prophet hood? if it is then prove it.
 
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February 09, 2013
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Mohamed Ibrahim Kaleel said:

As Salam Alaykum ... varah..

Dear Brother,
I would like to here ask one question is that What is current situation in Syria. and What about the Status of Rebel Groups Please Clearly Explain me..

Brothers In Islam,
M.A.Mohammed Ibrahim Kaleel.
Qatar.
 
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February 09, 2013
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ekrem mese said:

If the Islamic State established in Syria how do you think the Turkey will act ?

We see the patriots and 10000 thousands solders based in syria border,

is it possible an intervantion from Turkey to syria ?
 
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February 09, 2013
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Arkan said:

If the Ummah inherits a country of rubble, the Ummah is standing by the Shari'a of Allah (SWT), what then? Can the Hizb & the Mujahidden declare Khilafah in such a situation i.e. No Food, No Medicine, No Houses, No Arms, No Communication infrastructure?

If a Marshal Plan is one possible solution, how would it be politically activated? Given that in the short term the entire Muslim world has lackey leaders, a significantly strongly aswabiyyah generation and fickle youth?
 
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Musnad Ahmed said:

There are many syrian citizens now out of border like Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan as refugee, and we all know these states are in great possession of Imperialists and UN has great access and contribution in refugee camps so are refugees treated as captive after declaring the khilafah state in syria? And how children 2nd Khilafah state can overcome this abject situation?

 
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February 09, 2013
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Abd Allah said:

As we have seen in Egypt, after the fall of Mubarak, Mursi gained control and we have yet to see a khilafah state established.... What serious and legitimate steps have the sincere fighters and revolutionaries taken in Syria that will transition the country from Darul Kufr to Darul Islam after the fall of Bashar insha Allah?
 
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February 08, 2013
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Ahmed said:

What is the current status of rebel groups?

Did they successfully collaborate and organize with different rebel fraction?

What about the fractions which was supported by West (Secular fractions)?
 
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February 08, 2013
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Abu Az-Zahrah said:

The Syrian Mujahid groups, those who are not submitting still to the Western agenda, before taking control of some of butcher Assad's arms & ammunition at around Nov'12, from where and how managed the required weapons initially since March'11?

Which are their current sources of weapons, and how they are managing those including the fund needed, as it is quiet understandable the weapons they seized from Assad's dogs, though insufficient are no near what they actually using at the field?

Is their any behind curtain political agenda maneuvering by any regional or global power, revolving around these arms supply-dealings & funding?
 
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