ISIS textbook, circa 2017, referred to as
ISIS textbook, circa 2017, referred to as "brainwash."

Amidst the gunfire, rape and killings, with no food or water, the people of Syria struggled to survive, then fled by the hundreds of thousands. By now, the story is familiar, as the scenarios play out in countries spanning Asia and Africa. What unites the victims is not ethnicity or background, trade or education, but the common thread that remains after everything else is bullet-ridden and bombed. It is faith. And the people are Muslims.

These are Muslims from the same countries that once composed the original Islamic khulafa, or caliphate; proud people, people of history and justice.

But the flag of Islam has been profaned. The progression of Osama bin Laden´s Taliban into Al-Qaida, then Daesh, has crushed so many women and children and shed so much blood, that any “caliphate” raised by ISIS will, of a necessity, be built on top of the graves of the Muslims they wish to rule.

Paradoxical? Oddly, the mission of ISIS is completely logical, even if its recruits never see through the false rhetoric of its masters.

In this investigative report, the Islamic Post presents evidence that not only is the Islamic State supported by the United States, but was created by it.

This year, several nations have stood up to accuse the United States of spawning and funding Islamic State terrorists at their borders or within their countries.

Russia´s Ministry of Defense published photos in September that they claim prove the presence of Hummers -US Special Operations Forces vehicles- stationed and mobile within the Daesh-controlled areas in the northern countryside of Deir ez-Zor, eastern Syria.

In an interview this past spring, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai told the U.S. State Department media outlet, Voice of America, “I consider Daesh their [the United States’] tool. I do not differentiate at all between Daesh and America.”

Turkey and Iran both said recently that they have proof the United States funds ISIS, but neither have come forth with it.

What is the Islamic State?

Anything but Islamic, ISIS is the culmination of extremism that has been nurtured and fed since a British spy named Hempher first encountered an arrogantly ambitious and ignorant man named Ibn Abdul Wahhab in the 1700s. The British were looking to destroy the Islamic caliphate by fostering a sect based on the outright rejection of traditional Islamic teaching and values. Ibn Abdul Wahhab and later the House of Saud were the perfect candidates to form a new sect. Together they would impose a form of materialism that would disconnect its followers from the spiritual values of Islam and leave them with the shell of religion alone.

Having discarded the teachings and prohibitions of Islam, Ibn Abdul Wahhab, like the House of Saud, legalized the murder of non-Salafis and the pillaging of their properties. He also indulged in drunkenness and philandering.   

Following this precedent, ISIS is a psychotic mixture of hypocrisy and violence, self-indulgence and intolerance. ISIS is anti-ethical by design. Its lip service to Islam helps plant fear and suspicion of Muslims the world over.

Who Controls ISIS?

The paymasters of ISIS spawned and reared it. The U.S. State Department division USAID began to sow the seeds of violence in the heads of primary grade children in 1986. Under funding from USAID, the University of Nebraska at Omaha Center for Afghanistan Studies designed and distributed tens of thousands of textbooks that illustrated weapons of war and decapitated bodies to teach small children the alphabet and how to count.

Taliban textbook, circa 1986. Math primers for basic math designed by the University of Nebraska's center, under the direction and funding of USAID, printed and distributed in the tens of thousands.
Taliban textbook, circa 1986. Math primers for basic math designed by the University of Nebraska’s center, under the direction and funding of USAID, printed and distributed in the tens of thousands.
ISIS textbook, circa 2017, referred to as "brainwash." But by whom, exactly?
ISIS textbook, circa 2017, referred to as “brainwash.” But by whom, exactly?

The excuse for such a heinous violation of the minds of children was to help the Afghans rebuff the invasion of Soviet Russia. The Soviets withdrew in 1989, but the UNO Center for Afghanistan Studies didn’t undertake to edit the textbooks until 1992. While they removed the violent images, the originals remained in circulation and were adopted by the Taliban during their occupation of the country.

The Cold War also gave the United States government reason to fund the Taliban, directly, during those years. This fact is now common knowledge.    

A glowing 1993 article on Osama bin Laden. Perhaps unknown to him, the corporate media was running articles like "The Red Menace is Gone. Here's Islam" (NYT, 1996) and "The Roots of Muslim Rage" (The Atlantic, 1999).
A glowing 1993 article on Osama bin Laden. Perhaps unknown to him, the corporate media was running articles like “The Red Menace is Gone. Here’s Islam” (NYT, 1996) and “The Roots of Muslim Rage” (The Atlantic, 1999).

The Saudi who directed the Taliban was the infamous Osama bin Laden, who also was a key player in al-Qaida in Iraq –which later became the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS.

“Moderate Rebels” in Syria

USA Today reported in July that President Trump put an end to the CIA training program for “moderate Syrian rebels” who were seeking to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad. We’ve been led to believe since 2011 that these moderate rebels exist. Yet, a Department of Defense report that was released to Judicial Watch under the Freedom of Information Act, in 2015, says the Salafis, the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaida of Iraq [ISIS] are the major forces driving the insurgency against Assad.

So who are the moderate rebels? Under the Obama administration the training program for these moderates was canceled in 2015 after only a few dozen fighters joined, according to the New York Times.

President Trump explained the cancellation of the CIA training during an interview with The Wall Street Journal, “It turns out it’s – a lot of al-Qaida we’re giving these weapons to.”

Technically, Al-Qaida in Syria is  Nusra Front, which before the  recent name changes was known as the Islamic State in Iraq, which is ISIS.

May the Almighty allow us all to turn to Him in repentance and save us from the scourge of evil armies.

-Noora Ahmad

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