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A warning from  Jihad Al-Kuffar: the threat is serious and tangible.

In a world hit by poverty and famine, humanitarian concerns cannot be ignored
and we must try to understand the reason behind many acts of violence,
but we should never lower our guard and invite the enemy to launch a full-scale attack...
...or it may be too late.
[Image and caption copied from the web page http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/09/awlaki-dead-yemen/,
still available in March 2015]


Dear Visitor, if you browse through our site, you will find some details about Jihad Al-Kuffar and its contents. On this page, we are just trying to give a brief overview, which might be enough to get an idea of the subject, the main arguments and the aim of the book.

America received the lesson it deserved’ [quotation from a magazine published on October 4, 2001]. Is this kind of language exclusive to extremist groups and terrorist cells (e.g., communist organizations or Iranian revolutionary guards) traditionally engaged in anti-American activity? What about the role of intellectuals affiliated to non-Islamist, non-communist Western institutions that uphold (or pretend to uphold) the highest moral standards?

Do not behave like the rich and the powerful! Do not drench the soil with innocent blood!’ [message aimed at terrorist groups in the aftermath of the September 11 attack]. Are the enemies of the West so special that they only need to refrain from killing in order to be more virtuous than the rich and the powerful? Perhaps more importantly, is it clear that, according to certain moralists, the (Western) rich and the (Western) powerful have surely drenched the soil with innocent blood?

Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and to all levels of education no later than 2015 [target of a campaign launched at the end of the nineties]. Does anyone seriously believe that a crucial problem about gender equality had a chance of being solved in countries like Taliban Afghanistan or theocratic Iran or infibulation-struck Somalia by the year 2005? In general, instead of blindly approving aid programs, isn’t it wiser to control emotional reactions and check whether huge amounts of money really serve the needs of the poor or rather aim at funding well rewarded jobs, especially in the state machine of rich countries?

Acknowledgement of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of every State in the area [Middle East] and their right to live in peace within secure and recognized boundaries free from threats or acts of force’ [a provision of UN Resolution 242 dated November 22, 1967].
Since the pro-Palestinian world is pretty keen on UN resolutions, isn’t it funny that Egypt, Jordan, Mauritania and Turkey are the only Islamic states which hold diplomatic ties with Israel? As for secure boundaries, how many opinion-makers highlight th
e remarkable difference between the Berlin Wall (built to cage potential runaways) and Israel’s Wall, which was raised to (successfully) deny entry to suicide bombers?

Our main objective should be martyrdom or victory, and martyrdom comes first, for martyrdom is our road to victory’ [quotation from a textbook]. Is this exhortation part of the brainwashing process developed by an underground sect? Or is it the teaching of a head of state who made all possible efforts to develop a culture of martyrdom and turn his country into a terrorist sanctuary?

These are just a few questions that are implicitly posed, answered and discussed in the amazing diary of a holy warrior who is involved in a spy story, gets ready for a suicide operation, takes part in the Afghan War and, above all, laughs at a Western world which has conquered freedom with its wars on tyrants and has created wealth with the hard work of its people, but has fallen prey to a blend of philanthropy, peace obsession and questionable morals that might lead it to ruin. And while fighting to spread his beliefs, the militant is confident that the history of the Aztecs and the Incas will repeat itself: the history of people who were not prepared to face an enemy, but chose to abandon their traditions and freedom in the name of a peace that many of them could never enjoy.

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