Some time ago, I wrote an article about firearms and their importance and the incompatibility of pacifism with Islam. There are too many ayat, too many ahadith, too many wars (the 250 year Crusades that Muslims won, the 500 Iberian war Muslims eventually won in what is now Morocco, the 10 year war in Afghanistan which Muslims eventually won and countless others) that demonstrate the necessity of being armed when necessary, the right and necessity to resist tyrannical government when required.
Just look at the battle between the Authorities of Islam and the secular rulers that began in the year 69/70 AH when Yazid I, the first laymen and secular ruler, seized power, set up a government and put in place a perpetual plan to rule (rather democratic, isn’t it?), which triggered a back and forth that has lasted some 13oo years.
This will not be resolved until the coming of the Mahdi (which will save and unify the Arabs) the Messiah (who shall rule the earthly domain in absolute monarchy and end the wars).
The oppressed, weak and needy must be protected. No one deserves more protection as one of the weak (besides children) than women. This was illustrated in an article recently in which some maniac decided to come to Austria for no other purpose than raping and conquering women with force of arms or limb.
My immediate response was anger, but also: Are there still women walking around (I don’t care where you are or religion) that are unarmed in spite of the current state of play? Who does that?
I am a man and rather large and I never go anywhere (rough neighbourhood or not) barehanded. So why on Earth would the other gender, who is on average half my size and bone density, choose to go out without arms or any basic hand-to-hand combat training? Someone must have told them to do this…they must have.
Now picture this…
I have two enduring pictures of my childhood. One is of seeing the .22 in my mother’s purse and looking at her, only for her to say, “You can’t rape if your face is blown off. People have tried before and I thank Allah every day He gave your father the idea to get it.”
The other is seeing the .38 special in the apron of my paternal grandmother. I saw Klansmen standing outside of the kitchen window of our house near the road one day and was petrified with fear.
When I told her about it, she remarked, “If you see that man again, you come and get me and take this from my apron and pull the trigger. When he falls down, shoot again. You keep shooting until the man in the robes does not get up again.”
Women…They have the Most Right to be Armed/Prepared
If rape and violent crime statistics are anything to go by, it is no surprise so many women are terrified walking the street – day or night – and especially now with the barn door of multiculturalism being kicked wide open for all the cattle to barge in unabated.
Women have to be protected and have to also protect themselves. One of the worst feelings one can ever have is that of utter and complete helplessness in a time of distress. There is no contradiction between being a homemaker, wife, mother and capable of defending one’s person. Other countries understand this very well.
Is it not time for there to be more visible examples of women taking action to protect themselves from rape and other violent crimes perpetrated upon them.
Women should be able to count on the men of their race (or husbands) to defend them in times of danger but also should have some basic skills in the absence of the men in their family, race or their husbands.
After my mother, paternal grandmother and paternal great aunt, one of my great inspirations from the Muslims is Ms. Nasibah T. Hill and her husband Sayf Carmen.
They teach simple, concise but effective techniques for self defense, including the famed philly shell.
As said before, these skills can be implemented by any of the ladies and can have a lasting impact as far as personal safety. If you as a woman are walking the street terrified, you have to do something so that you can stop being terrified. This is but one example.
Women have every right to seek safety in numbers and to use the appropriate means to safeguard their chastity and personal space. The government cannot do it…they created the circumstances that lead to greater crime rates.
Men cannot do it all the time…there will be times where you will be alone. You cannot count on people’s kindness…didn’t the women and children in Calais hope for this and it never came?
Rather, there are times where women will need to take affairs into their own hands.
Something must be done my women – particularly in the Anglosphere – who are open targets of multiculturalism’s failures. Women have to take a stand and be supported in doing so.
If you take away a people’s ability to reproduce themselves and the go ahead with the continuance of their race, what remains? If you destroy these women, what is left?
Until next time,
Al-Hajj Abu Ja`far Al-Hanbali