“P.S. I’m using the 3 in da3ish as a letter. In our Arabicly pronounced kind of english we use numbers to pronounce some letters the english language doesn’t have. will post more on this in days to come.”
SO, to begin with, what am I advocating?
Something as fanatic as da3ish (or ISIS), as enthusiastically-planned as Zionism, as delicious as Daoism, as musical as Alan Watts, as loving as inter-Christian love, as free of inhumanity as full of it Islam is, and so on. Da3ish, I claim is something that Muslim people have the opportunity to get excited on within their own coordinates. If you got nothing better to get excited on, you go killing people and starting terrorist organizations. And I mean, can’t we say that ISIS is just like Israel? I mean, don’t get me wrong because I have respect for both of them, but both of them are terrorist organizations for the outsider and things the insider can see as a safe haven from the inidelogical life surrounding them. Jews were like, if we don’t’ start an Israel another Holocaust might happen, and the world isn’t “ideological” enough about the issue to prevent another one from happening, and ISIS is like, if we don’t go back to the original Islam America will invade us again and all sorts of catastrophes will start happening. Jihadis don’t realize that they are the catastrophe, and Jews don’t realize that they have become the torturers in their fanatical attempt to build a safe haven for them. Now, can’t ISIS say that Iraq was a more or less nonexistent state? And can’t it invite Muslims from all around the world? And isn’t this what it’s doing? YIP! If the world wants to end ISIS it gotta end the Jewishness of the Israeli state and da3ish will stop being automatically, just like if the Bahraini Al-Wefaq organization, like I said in a previous article, ends itself, the Bahraini government will automatically become a better one that’s less inclined to be against Shiites.
*it goes without saying that I’m against killing civilians, and against ISIS in its totality
Why do I have respect for Israel and ISIS although they’re on the totally different end in the political spectrum? and don’t I think that Israel is better for its people than ISIS? DUH. but that’s the subject of another article because the issue is slightly more complicated than you might imagine.