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    Which Percentage of Imams Assert Allegiance Against Non Aggression Principles As Dire

    " Which Percentage of Imams Assert Allegiance Against Non Aggression Principles As Directed In Surah Nine As Nomian Fictional Ishmaelism ? "

    * Eye Am Mam Is Sure Ha Nein *
    During an October 21 sermon, the imam "called for the assassination of Muslims who refuse to participate in communal prayers in the mosque," the prosecutor's statement said, adding that a criminal probe had been launched.

    POLL Interrogative :

    Which percentage of imams assert allegiance against non aggression principles as directed in surah 9 to establish fictional ishmaelism and misunderstand qurayshism ?

    POLL Declarative :

    The presumptions of a supposedly ordained imam are
    extremely egregious instantiated reason , directing that illegitimate actions of violence ensue against self ownership of individuals in violation of non aggression principles .

    It would be astounding that a distinction between qurayshism and fictional ishmaelism would abate an immature understanding of mortality along with abating an immature understanding of political science such that , in answer to the poll question , " zero " would be the predominant event state .

    And , as an assessment of security risks , should those associated with allegiances to the clear directives and obvious inferences from surah 9 for fictional ishmaelism be vetted and certainly educated about non nomian legal systems and non aggression principles ?

    * Describing Propaganda Prop A Gander *

    It is understood that an application of nomian legal standards , as proposed in the qurayn , as proposed in the torah , include delimited geographic boundaries ( is ra el ) ( he ja az ) within which divergent kindred peoples administer religious polities to secure a continuance of an eponymous patriarchal and matriarchal haploids .

    A boundary of occupation is defined within which to seek security and protection as an occupying kindred of peoples seeking to enjoining in survival through a genetic religion .

    The torah includes genetic connotations through ceremonial rituals historically bequeathed as blood write that included expectations that kindred haploid lineages were bound with its described geographic region according to a self incumbent religious polity ; its common eponymous patriarch includes isaac .

    As well , the qurayn likewise and necessarily include expectations that kindred haploid lineages were bound with some geographic region according to a self incumbent religious polity ; its common eponymous patriarch is ishmael .

    It is this simple , nomian legal statutes of torahnism are not presumed to apply outside of israel .

    Likewise , nomian legal statutes of qurayshism are not presumed to apply outside of hejaz .

    - Surah (Chapter) 106. Quraish
    106:1 For the accustomed security of the Quraysh106:2 Their accustomed security [in] the caravan of winter and summer
    106:3 Let them worship the Lord of this House
    106:4 Who has fed them, [saving them] from hunger and made them safe, [saving them] from fear.

    The remnant references to qurayshism are passively revealed from perspectives of the umayyad umma ya add yard call it fate .
    On the eve of the Islamic era, Quraysh was the chief tribe of Mecca and a dominant force in western Arabia.[15] To counter the effects of anarchy, they upheld the institution of "sacred months" when all violence was forbidden and travel was safe.[16]The polytheistic Kaaba shrine in Mecca and the surrounding area was a popular pilgrimage destination, which had significant economic consequences for the city.[16][17]
    According to tradition, the Islamic prophet Muhammad was born in Mecca around the year 570.[18] His family belonged to the Quraysh. When he was about forty years old, he began receiving what Muslims consider to be divine revelations delivered through the angel Gabriel, which would later form the Quran, enjoining him to proclaim a strict monotheistic faith, warn his compatriots of the impending Judgement Day, and castigate social injustices of his city.[19]Muhammad's message won over a handful of followers and was met with increasing opposition from notables of Mecca.[20] In 618, after he lost protection with the death of his influential uncle Abu Talib, Muhammad took flight to the city of Yathrib (subsequently called Medina) where he was joined by his followers.[21] Later generations would count this event, known as the hijra, as the start of the Islamic era.[22]
    The Umayyad caliphate was marked both by territorial expansion and by the administrative and cultural problems that such expansion created. Despite some notable exceptions, the Umayyads tended to favor the rights of the old Arab families, and in particular their own, over those of newly converted Muslims (mawali). Therefore, they held to a less universalist conception of Islam than did many of their rivals. As G.R. Hawting has written, "Islam was in fact regarded as the property of the conquering aristocracy."[67]During the period of the Umayyads, Arabic became the administrative language. State documents and currency were issued in the language. Mass conversions brought a large influx of Muslims to the caliphate. The Umayyads also constructed famous buildings such as the Dome of the Rock at Jerusalem, and theUmayyad Mosque at Damascus.[68]
    According to one common view, the Umayyads transformed the caliphate from a religious institution (during the rashidun) to a dynastic one.[68] However, the Umayyad caliphs do seem to have understood themselves as the representatives of God on earth, and to have been responsible for the "definition and elaboration of God's ordinances, or in other words the definition or elaboration of Islamic law."[69]
    The Umayyads have met with a largely negative reception from later Islamic historians, who have accused them of promoting a kingship (mulk, a term with connotations of tyranny) instead of a true caliphate (khilafa). In this respect it is notable that the Umayyad caliphs referred to themselves not as khalifat rasul Allah ("successor of the messenger of God", the title preferred by the tradition), but rather as khalifat Allah ("deputy of God"). The distinction seems to indicate that the Umayyads "regarded themselves as God's representatives at the head of the community and saw no need to share their religious power with, or delegate it to, the emergent class of religious scholars."[70]In fact, it was precisely this class of scholars, based largely in Iraq, that was responsible for collecting and recording the traditions that form the primary source material for the history of the Umayyad period. In reconstructing this history, therefore, it is necessary to rely mainly on sources, such as the histories of Tabari and Baladhuri, that were written in the Abbasid court at Baghdad.
    Modern Arab nationalism regards the period of the Umayyads as part of the Arab Golden Age which it sought to emulate and restore.[dubiousdiscuss] This is particularly true of Syrian nationalists and the present-day state of Syria, centered like that of the Umayyads on Damascus.[citation needed] White, one of the fourPan-Arab colors which appear in various combinations on the flags of most Arab countries, is considered as representing the Umayyads.[citation needed]

    * Casa Has Ba Head Block Binding Knows Knot *

    Living on off walls enjoying taunting rackets .
    Put these words of Mine on your heart and on your soul; tie them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be "totafot" between your eyes. Teach them to your children, to speak of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk on the road, and when you lie down, and when you rise up. And write them on the door-posts of your house, and upon your gates; so that your days, and those of your children, may be multiplied upon the land which the LORD swore unto your fathers to give them, as the days of the heavens above the earth.
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