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Islamic State 'Masterplan'
by Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi • Dec 15, 2015 at 8:12 am
As part of an exclusive for The Guardian, this author obtained a copy of the Islamic State 'masterplan' in administration: Principles in the Administration of the Islamic State'. The text deals with aspects of administration like management of business projects, organization of borders, relations with foreign powers and propaganda strategies. It is a text in which administrative cadres are to receive instruction. Below is an opening excerpt from the text.
Caliphate on the Prophetic Methodology
In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful:
"No, by your Lord, they will not believe until they have you rule over them in what they have disagreed and find in themselves from what you have judged and willingly submit."
Principles in the administration of the Islamic State - 1435 AH
In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful
As for what follows:
After fifty years of jihad whose sides have fallen prostrate in the totality of the land, and the states gathered against the centres of the Sunni jihad in the world, God ennobled His true soldiers whom He selected to establish the Caliphate state whose fortresses had fallen at the hands of global Zionism in al-Astana [Istanbul] 100 years ago. [NOTE: This is a reference to the end of the Ottoman Caliphate in 1924].
Indeed the establishment of the Islamic State, its concept does not stand on the basis of a mujahid soldier fighting and bearing his arms, nor does it rest on da'wa [evangelising] in a mosque or a street, but rather it is a comprehensive system requiring the leaders of the Ummah [Muslim nation] to realize its concepts.
So on the expansion of the Islamic State, the state requires an Islamic system of life, a Qur'anic constitution and a system to implement it, and there must not be suppression of the role of qualifications, skills of expertise and the training of the current generation on administering the state.
From the start of the uprising of blessed Syria against the Nusayris [derogatory for Alawites] , the mujahideen came in great numbers out of zeal for their religion. But some of them harboured Arab nationalist and tribalist arrogance, and others a zeal and will without shari'a aims.
But it was inevitable that there would be an organization of these numbers and their principles as ashari'i [Islamically legitimate] organization accepting the current reality that the world marshalled against it from its soldiers and intelligence services.
And from then there would be the confrontation of altering the principles and selling out to which the first mujahideen [fighters] did not show deference in Afghanistan, Iraq, Chechnya and elsewhere.
And from then there would be the cultivation of educational and societal change with which themuhajireen [immigrants] co-existed and organization of their ranks with the Ansar [natives] - the people of the land.
And there were many challenges and difficulties that one would have to deal with according to its establishment and according to its special ideological program, and one must deal with each one of them on an individual basis."
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