Contents About This Writing The Current Context Context Detailed
Success of Islamization
About This Writing
I will discuss only the countries which are considered powerhouse (economy and/or military) or considered center of Islamic activities in Islamic Ummah and not under crippling sanctions or not having imperially imposed limitations to make a change. I will also measure them not on economic grounds but Islamic grounds.
Countries perpetuating un-Islamic horrible atrocities
The Current Context
They abandoned Islam, Islamic morals, Islamic education and Shariah Law from their public and private lives. They oppose Islamisation of morals, society, education and the government system rather promote all immoral aspects which hamper Islamic development and character building. Muslim countries are also in a self-inflicted wound and western imperialism is only ensuring such wounds continue to exist. When Islamists try to change this savage existence of Muslims, west and hypocrite secularists shout out loud citing fake freedom and ill-perceived human dignity. Western imperialism, for their benefits continues to support this immoral, egoistic and tempting political and social existence in Muslim countries. It is because the criminal western imperial system has made a somewhat unintended alliance with criminal Muslim constructs, in mutual and shared exploitation and benefits.
Bangladesh is a matriarch tyranny run by a vicious Mujib dynasty. People are hostages at the hands of the Mafia government and their goons. People’s lives, honor and properties are left at the whims of these criminals. According to all major ranking institutions, Bangladesh routinely finds itself among the most corrupt countries in the world. Businesses report that irregular payments and bribes are frequently exchanged in order to obtain favorable court decisions. Corruption is perceived to be widespread in lower courts; magistrates, attorneys, and other court officials frequently demand bribes from defendants or rule based on loyalty to patronage networks.
Enforcing a contract is a big challenge for businesses as it is uncertain, takes an average of 1,442 days, and is extremely costly. Bangladeshi police as one of the least reliable in the world. There is a very high risk of corruption and bribery for companies when acquiring public services in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is ranked among the countries where informal payments and bribes in connection with public utilities occur the most. Almost sixty percent of firms expect to give gifts or make informal payments when obtaining operating licenses or public utilities such as a water connection. Bangladesh’s most important construction scandal is the collapse of an eight-story garment factory in April 2013 which killed over 1,100 people. The factory suffered from a faulty construction that violated building codes. The incident highlights the larger issue of a lack of good governance, corruption, mismanaged resources, bribes involved in licensing and permits or collusion between factory owners and safety inspections, which allows facilities to remain even when dangers are identified. Seventy-seven percent of firms expect to give gifts when obtaining an import license. Companies are not satisfied with the efficiency and time predictability of the clearance process. Corruption at the border and burdensome import procedures are cited as among the most problematic factors for importing. Physical attacks and harassment against reporters are prevalent, and impunity is the norm for those who perpetrate crimes against journalists. The government intimidates and silences critical journalists using legal threats, arrests, and prosecutions. Violence against women is a common social norm specially against the lower class of the society. Women are sexually harassed and even burnt to death. Moral perversion is rampant and rapes are mostly unreported.
Violence against women and girls—including rape, “honor” killings, acid attacks, domestic violence, and forced marriage—remained a serious problem. Pakistani activists estimate that there are about a 1,000 “honor” killings every year. In June, a tribal council (jirga) in Khyber agency ordered the “honor” killing of Naghma, a 13-year-old girl, for “running away with men.” Parliament had passed in February a controversial bill giving legal cover to tribal and village councils. Women from religious minority communities were particularly vulnerable. A report by the Movement for Solidarity and Peace in Pakistan found that at least 1,000 girls belonging to Christian and Hindu communities are forced to marry Muslim men every year. The government failed to act to stop such forced marriages.
In its efforts to tackle security threats from armed extremists, security forces committed serious violations during counter terrorism operations, including torture, enforced disappearances, and extrajudicial killings. Suspects were frequently detained without charge or tried without proper judicial process. Counter terrorism laws also continued to be misused as an instrument of political coercion and to silence dissenting voices.
Some of the 80,000 Afghans returning from Pakistan in the first eight months of the year reported that Pakistani police continue to extort money from registered and undocumented Afghans in Pakistan.
Thousands of children in Indonesia, some just 8 years old, are working in hazardous conditions on tobacco farms. Child tobacco workers are exposed to nicotine, handle toxic chemicals, use sharp tools, lift heavy loads, and work in extreme heat. The work can have lasting consequences for their health and development. Indonesian and multinational tobacco companies buy tobacco grown in Indonesia, but none do enough to ensure that children are not doing hazardous work on farms in their supply chains.
According to UN refugee agency data, as of February 2016 there were 13,829 refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia, all living in legal limbo because Indonesia is not a party to the Refugee Convention and lacks an asylum law. This number included 4,723 people detained in immigration centers, including unaccompanied children. While formally independent, Indonesia’s judiciary is rife with corruption and is subject to political influence. Bribes are taken at all levels of the judiciary, including in court verdicts and appeal courts. The Indonesian police are plagued by corruption, and bribery is widespread. Police officers solicit bribes on every level, ranging from traffic violations to criminal investigations. The government has been accused of appropriating land for private development projects against the owner’s wishes without fair compensation. Central and local government officials have reportedly accepted kickbacks from mining and palm oil companies in exchange for access to lands.
Corruption in the natural resources sector is rampant in Indonesia. The lack of law enforcement in Indonesia promotes an enabling environment both for irregular activities and for opaque financial reporting by petroleum and mining companies, fostering corruption in the extractive industries.
Prostitution is tolerated, widespread and even regulated in some areas. Indonesia is a major source, and to a much lesser extent, destination and transit country for women and children subjected to sex trafficking. Each of its 34 provinces is a source and destination of trafficking. Indonesian women and girls are subjected to sex trafficking, primarily in Malaysia, Taiwan, and the Middle East. Many women and girls are exploited in sex trafficking. Victims are often recruited with offers of jobs in restaurants, factories, or domestic service, but are subjected to sex trafficking.
Malaysia is not a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention, and refugees and asylum seekers have no legal rights or status in the country. Over 150,000 refugees and asylum seekers, most of whom come from Burma, are registered with the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, in Malaysia but are unable to work, travel, or enroll in government schools. Asylum seekers arrested by authorities are treated as “illegal migrants” and locked up in overcrowded and unhealthy immigration detention centers. No Malaysians have been held responsible for their role in the deaths of over 100 ethnic Rohingya trafficking victims whose bodies were found in 2015 in remote jungle detention camps on the Thai-Malaysian border. The 12 policemen initially charged in the case were all exonerated and released in March 2017.
Prostitution, nightclubs and gambling thrive empowering the sex tourism industry. Society is in a decay and immoraity and vices specially related to drugs are on the rise. While Islam is being actively abandoned aggressive secularism is being adopted in the the name of tolerance.
The horrible pictures of starving Yemeni children decisively prove the barbarism of these Arab Muslim countries. Billions of dollars of western weapons dropping down on helpless Yemeni population with blockades on essential supplies. Gulf countries often ignore international conventions on the rights of migrant workers. Their labor laws do not meet the standards for the protection of migrants. There are presently over 15 million migrants living in the GCC countries. Regardless of their nationality, they are subjected to local sponsors, who have the power to limit migrants’ movement and ability to change jobs. Low-income uneducated workers are exposed to other kinds of abuses and exploitations, such as physical and verbal harassment, denial of access to consular services, and contact with families. Migrant workers in the Gulf often are trapped in horrible living and working conditions, denied justice and their basic rights.
Success of Islamization
Iran was a western colony until 1979 Islamic revolution. Iran was benefitting the west and the chosen few of the ruling shah dynasty even with full western blessings and favors. The Islamic revolution brought changes in all these political, economic and social corruption and injustice. However crippling sanctions since the beginning of Islamic revolution combined with billions of looted Iranian assets by western imperialism have prevented Iran from fully realizing the Islamic revolutionary vision. This has directly caused corruption to flourish even amidst harsh criticism by the supreme leader Khameini. But let us look at how Islamisation has helped the Iranian mind and the nation?
Before Islamic Revolution:
Wealth and political connections determined social standing and socio-economical opportunities
Education and job was for the high standing social class
Literacy rate was 36.5 % as of 1976
Secularists were given opportunities in bureaucracy, the professions, and the universities
Foreign western degree was highly valued
Mass poverty and hunger (about 27 %) - Mass prostitution, gambling and moral vices
After Islamic Revolution
Wealth was apparently no longer an attribute of authority, as the example of Khomeini demonstrated. Religious expertise and piety became the major criteria for belonging to the new political elite.
Education and job is no more a luxury for the high standing social class
Literacy rate is 88.5 % as of 2015
World class local universities
Everyone has access to job industry
Artificial suffering engineered by western sanctions since 1979 but poverty still improved to 8.1 % as of 2013
All sorts of moral vices severely punished
Massive scientific progress specially in the fields of nanotechnology.
Saudi royalty and the clerics of Islam have long been in pact of running the country. There is a delicate balance between the two at times at odds with each other. It is the Islamic clerics strong focus on Islamisation, in contrast to the ruling Al-Saud’s desire to westernize and exploit Saudi Arabia, that is driving the security and future of Saudi Arabia. The Islamic clerics efforts have resulted in a security utopia in Saudi Arabia, if not any other thing given their limited power in making foreign and national policies.
In 1988, the "reported" murder rate in Saudi Arabia was .011 per 100,000 population, sexual offenses were .059 per 100,000 population, and thefts were .005 per 100,000. In 2002, a total of 599 crimes were reported in Saudi Arabia, or .06 crimes for every 100,000 people. In 2015, the UN office of drugs and crime reported the murder rate in Saudi Arabia to be 1.5 per 100,000, with 472 recorded offences.
The imbecile moronic, cruel, corrupt, rulers of these countries must accept Islamic faith truly and not as a political tool. They must accept and listen to this hadith:
“On the Day of Resurrection, the feet of the servant will not slip until he is asked about four things: his years and how he spent them, his youth and how he wasted it, his wealth, whence he earned it and how he spent it, and our love, the people of the Ahl Bayt (household)” (Alkhisal, p.253, no.125)
These Muslim countries not only have humanistic lacking but also other moral evils including their lack of desire to work for Islam. Muslim countries will never develop and overcome western imperialism both morally and economically until and unless they adopt aggressive Islamisation approach. Remember how western democracy aggressively hunted communism and vice-versa? What are Muslims doing? Are they fighting for political Islam? NO!