During the uprising against the Libyan tāghūt Gaddafi in 1432AH a number of deviant individuals gathered together in the city of Benghazi to form and subsequently gain Western support for a political entity that would carry the kufrī banner of democracy. This entity, known as the National Transitional Council (NTC), would pave the way for the formation of a new puppet government and the appointment of yet another tāghūt to replace the former tāghūt.


The NTC gained the recognition and support of the crusader nations as it went on to fill the seat of the former Libyan tāghūt at the United Nations. The UN then gave the green light for the crusader nations to establish a no-fly zone over Libya and intervene militarily in support of their new puppets.

Following the extermination of the Libyan clown Gaddafi, the NTC continued its efforts to further corrupt the affairs of the people. It introduced a new kufrī constitution to replace Gaddafi’s own kufrī manifesto, and held elections to appoint members to the General National Congress (GNC). The GNC was the legislative authority that would hold the “power” to introduce even more manmade laws. This set the stage for the democratic “Islamists” on the manhaj of the bankrupt “Muslim” Brotherhood to take control of the government by fielding candidates to run in the shirkī democratic elections. With the GNC under their control, the democratic “Islamists” and their secularist allies put the rule of Allah to a vote, seeking to cut up and implement bits and pieces of “Sharī’ah” upon the filthy, conflicting, and hostile foundation of democracy, although Allah is free of being in need of anyone’s approval for His rule.

{And He shares not His legislation with anyone} [Al-Kahf: 26].

The “Islamist”-dominated GNC voted to implement a butchered form of “Sharī’ah,” but the hardcore secularists and their crusader backers wouldn’t stand for it. Just as they couldn’t tolerate the pure Islam being fought for by the sincere mujāhidīn in Libya, the crusaders couldn’t accept the distorted and diluted version of “Islam” being practiced by the murtadd democratic “Islamists.” So the crusaders set loose their more devoted allies – the more secular of the two groups – and by Allah’s grace the divided camp of kufr began devouring itself. On one side, the secularist murtaddīn rallied behind the crusaders’ newest asset, Khalifa Haftar, who launched “Operation Dignity” to take back control of the country and place it in the hands of the hardcore secularists, who make up the bulk of the House of Representatives. On the other side, armed groups loyal to the democratic murtaddīn rallied behind the GNC under the banner of the “Libyan Dawn” and fought back against Haftar’s campaign in an effort to maintain their grip on power, eventually capturing the airport in Tarābulus. Some of the factions belonging to the “Libyan Dawn” are former jihād claimants, including the democratic “Islamist” Abdelhakim Belhadj and other former members of al-Jamā’ah al-Islāmiyyah al-Muqātilah bi-Lībyā (the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group). These former jihād claimants apostatized and joined the religion of democracy by entering into its system and fighting for its upholding.


As the situation escalated and the factions of riddah continued fighting one another, Allah facilitated the emergence of the Islamic State on the Libyan scene, with a number of mujāhid groups across the three Libyan wilāyāt of Barqah, Fazzān, and Tarābulus declaring their bay’ah to Amīrul-Mu’minīn.

Having unified their strength and rallied behind the banner of the Khilāfah, the mujāhidīn of Libya intensified their campaign against both factions of riddah, after these factions had betrayed the religion and its people. The mujāhidīn had no need to distinguish between those who betrayed Islam by adopting the kufr of secularism, and those who betrayed Islam by adopting the kufr of democracy, for both factions had entered the camp of kufr.

{And fight against the disbelievers collectively as they fight against you collectively} [At-Tawbah: 36].

As the battle in Libya continues to intensify, the Islamic State enjoys greater consolidation. The hukm of Allah is established, the needs of the Muslims are cared for, and the armies of the Khilāfah continue marching forward to liberate new regions. Libya has become an ideal land of hijrah for those who find difficulty making their way to Shām, particularly those of our brothers and sisters in Africa.

We ask Allah to continue strengthening and consolidating the muwahhiddīn of Libya, and to continue casting the murtaddīn beneath their feet.

[Taken from Dabiq 8 pages 25-26]

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