Sayyid Amiruddin

Researcher of Political Science & Classical Islam. Initiated by the Khwajagan i-Naqshband.

Arabs, Democracy, Separation of Church and State, and a Definition of “Israel”

Q. A true democracy mandates the separation of Church and State.  However, leaders of Western democracies constantly speak in favor of a “Jewish” State of Israel, and how the State of Israel is their only true democratic ally in the Middle East.  Is it not strange how the Jews are supported for a “Jewish” state, yet certain Muslim countries are scrutinized and targeted for not separating Mosque/Church from State?  

A. By definition, “Israel” and “Israelites” must always have the throne of King David ruling over them (see, I Chron. 17: 12; II Sam. 7: 13), what you see today as the State of Israel can only be correctly defined as actually the Jewish state of Israel, and not the idea of “Israel” in itself. Jewish in the context of the State of Israel in the Middle East is referring to the tribe of Judah, not the religion of Judaism specifically.  Since Her Majesty the Queen is the head of the House of David, and the monarch of the twelve tribes of the Israelites, it is correct to say only the nations of the ‘British crown’ are Israel, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In the highest levels of political and economic power, Western democracies do advocate the belief that “white” people of Western European descent, particularly those in Great Britain, are the direct lineal descendants of the ten lost tribes of Israel, including the French through the doctrine of Franco-Israelism, and the people of Denmark, who believe their nation descends from the tribe of Dan, from the twelve tribes.  These democracies are actually founded on religious doctrines, and as such their constant anti-Semitic vilifying of the Arabs, and their Prophet and religion in the media, and their historic vilifying of the Jews (as a religious community for their rejection of Christ) is actually expected.  These nations in the West, including Canada, are under Her Majesty the Queen, and this form of democracy is not a real “democracy” as is being sold to the Arabs today as the source behind Western progress, since our Royal Family and Her Majesty the Queen rules by Divine Right.  Her Majesty the Queen is accepted by some Arab rulers like the Saudis and the Jordanians because of Her blood relations to the family of the Prophet (S) through the Arab Kings of Seville.  The Arabs also had monarchs after the Ottomans, however, they threw them out and replaced them with the likes of Qaddafi and Saddam Hussein so they are paying the price for their actions.  There is no such thing as a Shariah/Islamic government without a King, nor is there such thing as an “Islamic State” without a King, nor can “jihad” be declared without a King.  Here is a list of some of the ethnically Arab monarchies which descend from the ishmaelites through the quraysh and who ruled the Middle East and beyond, posted at qedar.org:

The ‘Alid Dynasties:

  1. The Zaydid Dynasty of Tabaristan
  2. The Ukhaydhirite Dynasty of Najd, Arabia
  3. The Sulaymanid Dynasty of Yemen
  4. The Alid dynasty of Yemen
  5. The Alid Dynasty of the Isaaq clan of Somalia
  6. The Alid Dynasty of Sharifs of Sousse (Tunisia)
  7. The Alid Dynasty of Sharifs of Morocco
  8. The Idrisid Dynasty of Morocco
  9. The Hammudid Dynasty of Algeciras, Málaga, Sevilla and Grenada
  10. The Banu Katuda of La Mecca
  11. The Banu Fulayta
  12. The Alid Dynasty of the Muse clan of Somalia
  13. The Banu Salih of the old state of Ghana
  14. The Sulaymanid Dynasty of Sharifs of La Mecca
  15. The Fatimid Caliphs
  16. The Safavid Dynasty

Other ishmaelite  monarchies through the quraysh bloodline  include the Umayyad Caliphate, the Abbasid Caliphate, the Fatimid Caliphate,  the Rassids (Zaydi Imams), Caliphate of Córdoba,
the Caliphs of Morocco, the Hashemite Dynasty, the Hashemite Kings of Iraq, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Senussi Dynasty of Libya, the Sayyid Dynasty of Delhi, the Sayyid Dynasty of Kashmir, and the Asaf Jahahi Dynasty of Hyderabad, Deccan.

You must not concern yourself with what Western nations say or do among each other, rather as an Arab and a Muslim, you would be better to wake up and stop excepting things from a false vision.  Be proud of who you are and what your ancestors achieved. Create awareness of Truth and recognize it in the family of Muhammad (S), and pray for al-Faraj as Mawlana recently stated.  Al-Faraj is the relief, meaning the establishment of the Kingdom of the Family of Muhammad (S) with the Mahdi.

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5 comments on “Arabs, Democracy, Separation of Church and State, and a Definition of “Israel”

  1. N
    December 4, 2011

    Is the Queen SAYYID ????
    Please elaborate on: “Her Majesty the Queen is accepted by some Arab rulers like the Saudis and the Jordanians because of Her blood relations to the family of the Prophet (S) through the Arab Kings of Seville.”

    :O

    • Al Sunnah Foundation
      December 4, 2011

      From the Monarchist League of Canada: Some Ethnic Strains in the English Royal Family: As well as being the great family tree of Canadian history, the Royal Family also connects us directly with the wider panorama of recorded human history, embracing the four corners of the world and many of its races.

      ARAB: Queen Elizabeth II descends from the Muslims who created the Arab Andalusian civilisation of Spain. Since some of those people sprang from the family of the Prophet, The Queen herself is a descendent either directly or collaterally of Mohammed. When Her Majesty visited Morocco in 1980, the Moroccan media pointed out this Islamic ancestry of Canada’s Queen [The Monarchist League of Canada, http://www.monarchist.ca/%5D.

  2. Muslim
    December 5, 2011

    So Shaykh, Am I right If I say that the Americans actually challenged the hegemony of the throne of Kind David A.S. over them in the 1812 Anglo-American war?

    • Al Sunnah Foundation
      December 7, 2011

      American-Israelites (those who descend from British-Israelites) believed and advocated that the new Israel would be a United “State” and not a United “Kingdom”. This branch of Israelites, who rebelled against their King, believed that the post of leadership of Israel was open to all Israelites, not merely the line of King David, from the great tribe of Judah, hence the United States supports the Jewish State. This difference is manifest through their policy with the Arabs as well. The British set up multiple Hashemite Kingdoms in the Middle East through the family of the Sharif of Mecca, while the Americans support popular uprisings, democracy and the Sunni model of election of any able Arab from the Quraysh, over the doctrine of the Divine Right of Bani Hashem and the Aliids. They will support Hadrat Mahdi’s supporters means they will side with the majority of Arabs who will call for the rule Mahdi when he appears.

      • Muslim
        December 9, 2011

        JazakAllah khayran for sharing this my Shaykh.

        I now understand, why the Americans will fight along the advocates of Sayedina Mahdi A.S.

        If I’m not wrong, Sayedina Mahdi A.S. is the perfect candidate to rule over us by both the Sunni model of election, and also by the doctrine of Divine Right of Bani Hashem and the Aliids. The Shiites are the proponents of the latter I believe.

        inshAllah sectarianism will implode, our Ummah shall be whole again, under the majestic awe inspiring banner of Islam.

        Asalamu Alaykum WR WB.

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