First and foremost – and all discussion today to be mainly in brief – our review that whatever happens or whatever the government might think it ”is succeeding” in winning over the Muslims (the great illusion), Muslims will remain ever true (and grow more so) with fellow Muslims (hoo-hah). If non-Muslims – or even the so-called ”converts”, too many today to be suspicious – knew the exact reason behind this then the great secret of truly defeating and destroying not just ‘being a Muslim’ as a cultural, nationalistic and civilizational identity but also as a religion and a political philosophy will be accomplished with ease – this is our most guided and unspoken secret [by oath as cultic as it gets].
Anyway, hence the news of new Muslims of the west seeking to fulfil an hijra (migration) back to Muslim lands (esp. of Syria as governed under IS Islamic sharia) and among those members of ”integrated good Muslims” whose parents hold institutional and establishment positions. A Muslim will always be a Muslim – the pride of Islam and Muslimness even among ”collaborators and traitors” these always hold back as a result of deeply self-harming thoughts (day and night) of their treachery and ”sins” on ”turning” against their own. You might also want to briefly review this day-old post here which discusses this ‘phenomenon’ in some details.
On treatment of Muslims in contemporary Britain, the story related by this young Muslim sister (Hanna Yusuf) and published today in The Independent is without a doubt a shared story and experience among many Muslim in Britain today. We all have, undoubtedly, experienced same treatment, right? I, and my fellow brothers and sisters at JG, too have experienced this in the past and probably will do again in the future as I (this blog author and JG senior member) am planning a long-range backpacking expedition across the Muslim world of North Africa, Middle East and Near Far East (Asia: Afghanistan, Kashmir and Pakistan): starting in Agadir in Morocco [South] coming up to Tangier (Morocco North) and across the Rif Mountainous (and drugs-ridden) regions of Northeastern to the borders of Algeria before crossing and dashing through via coastal Mediterranean towns due to Algeria being rather dangerous and most dodgy of North African Islamic States (due to experience under the harsh rule of French Colonists) to Tunisia then Libya (another dash through country due to ongoing conflicts) to Egypt down to Abu Simbel and up again via the Nile the [dash-through conflict-ridden] Sinai to Rafah and try to enter [only: I do not want to deal with the Jews, at least not yet, or have any Jew-stamp on my passport] Gaza turn back (unless I can smuggle covertly myself across to the West Bank) and from there cross to Jordan come (optional) down to Saudi, Yemen, Oman, UAE, up again to Kuwaiti, Iraq, Iran, to Baluchistan in the extreme south of Pakistan-Iran border areas follow northward and staying on Korakaram Highway to SWAT valley and North Frontier Area then attempt to cross into Afghanistan via Khyber Pass and from here start north then cut through to Helmand and finish at Herat before moving back to Iran or taking a direct plan back to UK; all depend of course on saved funds and how long this can sustain my solo-expedition.
Anyway, this is the article published today on The Independent (copyright reserved).