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Holy White Lies.

Author: Sameh Egyptson
Publisher: Egyptson Mgt, 2018
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sameh Egyptson
ISBN: 9789770287804 9770287806
OCLC Number: 1065025016
Description: 354 sidor 24 cm
Contents: Index Preface5 Chapter 1 Context13 Introduction13 Historical and Ideological background20 The Ideological Context27 Sources30 Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood32 Islam of the Muslim Brotherhood33 Muslim Brotherhood in the West35 The European context39 Freedom of religion39 Diversity and Multiculturalism40 Chapter 2 The Brotherhood’s Infiltration of Sweden41 Introduction41 Political action42 Electoral Alliance with the SAP at the elections of 199443 Demands of SMR43 Selection of SAP 44 SAP’s Response to SMR’s Letter45 Letter of Intent of The SAP leader and the next government46 Political integration in the SAP47 Communication with the International Muslim Brotherhood48 Integration Issues49 Islamic participation in political life49 Strategic Objectives of the Alliance between SKSF and “Muslims”51 Supporting the SAP in the Parliamentary Elections54 Halal Slaughter55 Demanding Sectoral Legislation55 Establishing the Infrastructure of IFiS and its Institutions58 Fighting hatred against Muslims59 Defending the Islamic Association and its Leaders60 Demanding the Application of Sectoral Legislation60 Media Hype61 SAP’s Position on Aldebes letter61 Islamic Position on Aldebe’s letter62 IFiS scapegoated Aldebe63 Infiltration of the Green Party (Miljöpartiet)64 Mutual Interests with the Government65 Infiltration of the Moderate Party (Moderaterna) 65 Re-Infiltration of the SAP69 Access to the Ministry and Falling Again 77 The Center Party (Centerpartiet)79 The Stance on the Arab Spring81 Protesting Internationally against Islamophobia in Sweden82 Chapter 3 IFiS and its Institutions and Allies84 The Islamic Association in Sweden (IFiS)84 Incorporation85 Shura (consultative) Council of IFiS88 Sources of Funding in IFiS88 Waqf (endowment) Investment in Sweden90 Foundation of the Islamic Association (Islamiska Förbundets Stiftelse)91 Accusations against IFiS91 The story of the Stockholm Mosque 92 IFiS Statement of Account94 Leaders of IFiS95 Annual Conferences and Close Relations with the International Organization97 Young Muslims of Sweden (Sveriges Unga Muslimer) (SUM)106 Sweden’s Islamic Schools (Sveriges Islamiska Skolor) (SIS)110 Römosse Gothenburg Schools (Römosseskolan) 112 Islamic school in Stockholm (Islamiska skolan i Stockholm)113 Al Azhar School in Örebro (Al Azharskolan i Örebro)114 Al Azhar School in Stockholm (Al Azharskolan i Stockholm)114 Islamic School in Växjö (Växjö Islamiska skola)116 Iman School in Uppsala (Imanskolan i Uppsala)117 Criticisms of the Islamic schools Affiliated with IFiS119 Islamic Relief 120 Governmental Subsidies 120 Job and Kin Relations121 Doubts about IFiS relation to Terrorism122 Ibn Rushd Study Association (Ibn Rushd Studieförbund)126 History of Ibn Rushd126 Education, Business and Financial Relations with IFiS128 Guests of Ibn Rushd Study Association 129 Hajj and Umrah Company (Hadj Omra Resor)131 Sweden’s Muslim Scouts (Sveriges Muslimska Scouter) (SMS)131 Muslim Women Association (Muslimska Kvinnoföreningen) (MKF)132 Union of Muslim Students of Sweden (Alkhawarizmy) (Sveriges Muslimska studenter)132 New Moon Cultural Organization (New Moon Kulturorganisation)132 Quran Reader Society (Koranläsarförbundet) (KLF)133 United Islamic Associations in Sweden (Förenade Islamiska Föreningar i Sverige) (FIFS)133 Sweden’s Muslim Association (Sveriges Muslimska Förbund) (SMF)136 Muslim Council of Sweden (Sveriges Muslimska Råd) (SMR) 137 Islamic Political Assembly (Politisk Islamisk Samling) (PIS)139 Muslim Political Forum (Muslimskt Politiskt Forum) (MPF)140 Chapter 4 International Organizations142 Introduction142 Statements within the International Muslim Brotherhood144 Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe159 The relationship with other Islamic Organizations161 European Council for Fatwa and Research163 Muslim World League164 Millî Görüş Movement170 Islamic Association mourns Erbakan173 The Al Taqwa Bank 173 The Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR)179 The Munich Mosque183 Human Sciences Institute 184 Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organizations (FEMYSO) 186 From a Political Movement to a “sect”188 Chapter 5 Ideology ”We”191 Introduction191 “We” Muslims192 The Muslim Brotherhood 193 Organizational Structure194 Islamic Nation 202 Islamic Comprehensibility203 The Role of the Clergy Elite in Governance205 Islamic Democracy206 Islamic Elections210 Islamic Political Parties211 Islamic Sharia213 Peremptory Rulings215 Ijtihad and Parliamentary Majority216 Chapter 6 ”The Others”219 Hypocrites 219 Apostates220 Polytheists221 Disbelievers 222 Invalidity of Matrimony with Polytheists and Disbelievers223 The Privacy of Ahl Al-Kitab (Christians and Jews) 223 Christians and Western Civilization225 Western Civilization Decline 226 Jews and Israel226 Chapter 7 ”The Others” inside the Islamic State229 The Duties of Ahl Al-Dhimmah 229 The Sectoral Legislation System 231 Stance on History232 Stamping the necks of Ahl Al-Dhimmah who pay Jizyah 232 Discrimination by Costumes233 Discrimination by Occupation233 Chapter 8 “the Others” outside the Islamic State235 Strategic Goal “Empowerment” 235 Conspiracy on Islam 236 Mastering the World 236 Muslims are the Salvation Army for the Imperfect Humanity237 Islamic Colonization 237 Islam in Europe and the Demographic Change 239 Chapter 9 Empowerment Strategy243 FIQH, Islamic Jurisprudence Principles of the Theory243 Foundations of strategy244 The White Lie --
Al Kedhb al Abyad244 Unspecified Interests 245 Gradation 246 Fatwa’s Change According to Changes in Time and Place250 Weighing Ambition and Potential251 Weighing priorities and balances252 Unification of Organizations and Representation of Islam252 Examples of the Strategy254 The Global Strategy 254 The Strategy in North America256 The Strategy in Islamic Countries259 The Strategy after the Arab Spring260 Chapter 10 Jihadi Moderation261 The Unavoidability of Jihad 261 Postponed Jihad264 Executive Procedures and Preparing for the Mission264 Conditions to start Jihad 265 Preparing for War is Mandatory in the Islamic Nation 266 Jihad is a Responsibility for the Islamic Nation 266 Jihad and Weapons of Mass Destruction267 Secrecy Regarding Nuclear Weapons Manufacturing 268 Exceptions of Postponed Jihad268 Al Tanzeem Al Khas (the private organization)268 Jihad against International Deception and American Zionist Intrigue270 Suicide Attacks 271 The Moderate Current --
Criticism of the Official Salafiyah 271 The Moderate Current --
Criticism to Salafiyah Jihadiyah272 The Moderation of European Jihad275 Exporting Jihadists 275 Chapter 11 Settlement277 Land of the Covenant277 Principles of Fiqh in the West (aims justify the means)278 Political Participation280 Islamic Call 281 Paving the way for new Muslim Migrants281 Stopping the Impact of the Jewish lobby281 Confrontation to the declaration of laws contrary to Islamic law in the West282 The Strategy of Political Participation282 Islamic Ghetto 287 Establishment of Special Legislative Bodies for Muslims287 The Goal of “Recognizing Islam as an Official Religion”289 Chapter 12 Dialogue with “the Others”291 Religious Dialogue291 Joint project “Together for Sweden” 297 Dialogue with Official Institutions302 The Project of Peace Agents306 Islamophobia307 Political Lobby to Influence the Global Islamic Political Issues309 Defending Swedish Islamists Accused of Terrorism310 Helping Muslims to obtain residence permits in Sweden311 Chapter 13 Human Rights Principles312 Religious Liberties312 Women Rights313 Social Discrimination313 Gender Separation315 Legal Discrimination319 The Rights of Homosexuals326 Freedom of Expression328 Chapter 14 Doublespeak and Its Criticism331 Doublespeak at the Global Level331 Doublespeak in the West332 Doublespeak in Sweden333 Internal Criticism336 The Problem of Understanding the European Reality336 Palliative Solutions339 Hand over Leadership to the Second Generation339 Strengthening the Relationship with the Homeland340 The Doors are Open to all Possibilities341 Chapter 15 Conclusion343 Reform is unavoidable343 A message to the Democratic current347 Abbreviations348 Glossary349 References354

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