sabato 27 giugno 2015

CRUSADERS, SHIITE AND APOSTATES: the war for power.


On 29 June 2014 the caliph, al Baghdadi had proclaimed without any possibility of misunderstanding: (...) today the Islamic State is born (...) ending its experience of ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and opening up to the world beyond the boundaries drawn by the West in the Nineteenth century.
This step has been underestimated due to the collective hysteria generated by the dearth of reflection, as clearly it demonstrates the fluctuating use of acronyms to define precisely the Islamic State. Beyond the intrinsic semantic significance of the definition was clear that this choice is framed perfectly in the evolution of jihad radicalized in the Wahhabi sense that, surpassing al Qaeda, bases its strategy on decentralization.
Nizam, the Tanzim: system and not organization; whose author is Mustafa Setmariam Nasr, nom de guerre Abu Musab al Suri, Syrian Aleppo, practitioner longtime jihadist and already close to Osama Bin Laden, but especially intellectual and scholar. Since 1991, drawing on the experience in the field, he theorized the need for operational autonomy of cells of jihad, the architects of the development of outbreaks of onset, through acts of terrorism. Coordinates highlights are, in other words: spontaneity, flexibility and situationism.
In his pamphlet "Call for Global Islamic Resistance," Al-Suri states: "... in other words there should be an operating system, a sort of protocol, available to anyone willing to participate in the global jihad is alone, either with a group of trusted companions, instead of an organization operativa…». 
The entire work also contains four guidelines for determining the construction of the new jihad:
  • spontaneity;
  • situationist;
  • decentralization;
  • autonomy.
A deep change of perspective; a strategic revolution that was born from the realization of defeat, not only and not so much the binomial Bin Laden-Zawahiri, especially because of their military approach, which projects into the future the fight radical Islamic nizam, the Tanzim, in fact.
The recent attacks fall perfectly in this new concept of jihad and being surprised is absolutely guilty, especially by those in the media which can not or do not want to make information aimed at providing clear keys of interpretation of the facts.
The war against the Crusaders is paradoxically the least worrying aspect of what is happening, while in the background the showdown with the Shiite world is bound to produce even longer dangerous instability from Asia to Atlas mountains.