Islamists Announce They Want Islamic Rule For Entire World Not Just in Swat Region
Under Obama’s watch Pakistan took steps for Sharia Law in 7 states this week.
But, it’s not enough.
The chief of outlawed outfit Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi(TNSM) Maulana Sufi Muhammad left for Swat to hold talks with Taliban in February 2008 after the Pakistani government released him from prison. He was able to convince the government to set up sharia law in the region this week.
But, now… The Islamists in control of the Swat Region of Pakistan want to extend Sharia law to the whole world beyond the borders of their backwards region of Pakistan.
Who would have guessed it?
The Daily Times reported:
Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat Muhammadi (TNSM) chief Sufi Muhammad, who signed a controversial peace deal with the NWFP government on Monday, said he hated democracy and wanted supremacy of Islam over the entire world.
“From the very beginning, I have viewed democracy as a system imposed on us by the infidels. Islam does not allow democracy or elections,” he told Deutsche Presse-Agentur in an interview held a few days before the government accepted his demand of enforcing sharia in the region. “Had the government accepted our demands in 1994, we would have not seen the violence we are seeing today,” he added. Sufi Muhammad’s son-in-law, Mullah Fazlullah, has fostered the violence in the name of Islam.
Sufi Muhammad said he was against shedding the blood of Muslims, however, added the government should have talked to the Taliban instead of taking military action. He pledged to work for complete peace in Swat if the government enforces Islamic laws, a demand which has now been met.
“I believe the Taliban government formed a complete Islamic state, which was an ideal example for other Muslim countries. Had this government remained intact, it could have led to the establishment of similar Islamic governments in many other countries,” he said.
Sufi Muhammad was jailed for sending thousands of volunteers to Afghanistan to fight the U.S.-led invasion in 2001. However, he was freed in 2008 after he renounced violence.