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  • They started out saying that the Caliphate is a catastophe waiting to happen and now they agree that it's a pipedream but the longing for this pipedream is a catestrophe waiting to happen.

    Balkinization

  • They hope to establish a totalitarian Islamic empire across the Middle East, which they call a Caliphate, where all would be ruled according to their hateful ideology.

    CNN Transcript Sep 9, 2006

  • In addition to getting the US out of the Middle East, and other small and interim goals, the ultimate goal of Al-Qaeda is a return to the Caliphate, that is, a Caliphate centered on a rigid interpretation of Islam.

    Is the Iraq War Shaping up as Another Assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand?

  • They hope to establish a violent political utopia across the Middle East, which they call a "Caliphate" -- where all would be ruled according to their hateful ideology. †“I'm not going to allow this to happen -- and no future American President can allow it either. â€The fundamental reason the Muslim world today remains de-industrialised is due to the lack of a political vision.

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  • In this it is no different from Nazism in that the Caliphate is the equivalent of the 1000 year Reich, Jihad has replaced Blitzkreig and the demonisation and persecution of minorities remains the same.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • In an age where some claim a struggle between the heirs of Christendom and of the Caliphate is the defining conflict, it is good to be reminded of this history of fruitful cohabitation.

    How Muslims Made Europe

  • The Caliphate was a vast Islamic empire around the end of the first millennium AD that stretched from Spain and North Africa all the way to the Pacific Ocean.

    Is the Iraq War Shaping up as Another Assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand?

  • The principle purpose of the Muslim Brotherhood was to create political and social movements among Muslims in Muslim and non-Muslim societies in an effort to recreate the Islamic Empire known as the Caliphate through a staged process called Islamisation.

    Jihad Monitor

  • The Caliphate was a direct challenge to the power-hungry Western leaders whose desire was nothing but sovereignty for themselves as opposed to sovereignty belonging to Allaah the Almighty.

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  • After the fall of the Ottoman Caliphate in 1924, Rida resisted the idea that the Caliphate should be a purely spiritual authority, and sought to promote shari'a, Islamic law, as an entire social and political programme for Muslims.

    New Statesman

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