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"One of the essential characteristics of the religion of Islam is its insistence that when a people recognize Allah Most High as 'sovereign' (al-Malik) then they must ensure that the State and all its institutions submit to Allah's supreme authority and supreme law. If the State, rather than Allah, is recognized as sovereign, and that is the essence of the secularism, Islam declares such to be Shirk (blasphemy) and that is the greatest sin possible. Around the world today the modern secular State is universally recognized as sovereign. Its authority is recognized as supreme, and so too its law. And so, around the world today mankind is now embraced by a universal political Shirk (blasphemy). This is, in fact, one of the major signs that we now live in the age of Dajjal, the false Messiah or Anti-Christ, who deceived mankind into worshipping other than Allah Most High. He, Dajjal, is the mastermind behind today's world order about which the Hadith declares that 999 out of every 1000 will enter into the hellfire. But even Muslims seem to be unaware of this." This book is a part of a larger unpublished work on the Organisation of Islamic Conference. It documents and exposes the complicity of the Saudi-Wahabi alliance in the fall of the Khilafate and the subsequent obstacles imposed to prevent the re-establishment of the Khilafat. Required reading for Muslims who are seeking to make sense of the world today.
George Bruce Malleson was an English officer in India. He was a prolifics writer, his first work to attract attention was "Red Pamphlet", published at Calcutta in 1857, when the Mutiny was at its height. He continued, and considerably rewrote the History of the Indian Mutiny, which was begun but left unfinished by Sir John Kaye. Among his other books the most important are ‘History of the French in India’ and ‘The Decisive Battles of India’.
During colonial times the French greatly excelled the English in their ability to secure the friendship and the trade of the Indians. The eagerness which characterized the men of New
France, as they explored the water-courses searching for new scenes and new lands, was in marked contrast with the conservative English who clustered near the coast and despised Indian affiliations… Preface.
The Department of the Interior's denial of the Wisconsin Chippewa's casino applications : hearings before the Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, second session, January 21, 22, 28, and 29, 1
- Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
- Genre: Government relations
Includes bibliographical references
Pearl Harbor attack : hearings before the Joint Committee on the investigation of the Pearl Harbor attack, Congress of the United States, Seventy-ninth Congress, first session, pursuant to S. Con. Res. 27, 79th Congress, a concurrent resolution authorizin
- Author: United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack
- Genre: Government relations
Alben W. Barkley, chairman pt. 1-11. Hearings, Nov. 15, 1945-May 31, 1046. 11 v. -- pt. 12-20. Joint Committee exhibits nos. 1-179. 9 v. -- pt. 22-25. Proceedings of Roberts Commission. 4 v. -- pt. 26. Proceedings of Hart inquiry -- pt. 37-31. Proceedings of Army Pearl Harbor Board. 5 v. -- pt. 32-33. Proceedings of Navy court of inquiry. 2 v. -- pt. 34. Proceedings of Clarke investigation -- pt. 35. Proceedings of Clausen investigation -- pt. 36-37. Proceedings of Hewitt inquiry. 2 v. -- pt. 39. Reports, findings, and conclusions of Roberts Commission, Army Pearl Harbor Board, Navy court of inquiry, and Hewitt inquiry, with endorsements Part of illustrative matter is folded Set incomplete: pts. 21, 38 wanting
Royal naval biography : or Memoirs of the services of all the flag-officers, superannuated rear-admirals, retired-captains, post-captains and commanders, whose names appeared on the Admiralty list of sea officers at the commencement of the year, or who ha
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