The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria [ISIS], the highly-fanatical Islamic movement that has taken over Iraqi cities and set its sights on Baghdad, has proclaimed an Islamic caliphate.

A caliphate is an Islamic state, an empire headed by a single great leader. The movement is calling for Muslim fighters the world over to swear allegiance to their Islamic state. ISIS is a hate movement. They are hungry old wolves who have emerged from the darkest caves of history.

They are Sunnis who want revenge on Shiites. The men of ISIS have hoisted the flag of Muhammad – the same flag that the second Caliph held above his head when he invaded ancient Persia.

Scary bearded men

When the Prophet Muhammad died [632 AD.], Abu Bakr took power. He was the first caliph, the guardian and protector of the new Islamic state [died 634 AD of natural causes]. Omar was the second caliph [and was stabbed by a Persian slave in response to the Muslim conquest of Persia.]

Uthman was the third. He collected the oral suras of Muhammad and made them into a book, the Quran [Uthman was assassinated by rebels in 644AD]. Ali, son-in-law of Muhammad, was fourth [assassinated in 661AD by a Kharijite named Imām Ali ibn Abi Talib over the Kharijite defeat at the Battle of Nahrawan in 659AD].

The ancient Persians, now the Iranians, hate Omar. I remember it from my childhood. We had a festival in which we burned “Omar” dolls. Smoke from the hatred of the Sunni is preserved in my memory.

Fourteen hundred years ago, Caliph Omar, like ISIS today, invaded the Persian empire with thousands of fanatical fighters. Omar conquered the entire realm and expanded the Second Caliphate. The Persian king [Yazdegerd III] was killed. This left Persia [Shiite] in the hands of Arabs [Sunni] for 700 years.

There are no fathers in Iran who would want to give their daughters to an Arab. I myself, Kader Abdolah, love Arabic literature, the Arabic language, Arabic cuisine, Arab belly dancing, Arab women, and Arab music, yet even I wouldn’t give my daughter to an Arab (incidentally, it is highly doubtful that she would listen to me). What I’m saying has nothing to do with racism, but history. Sunnism and Shiism. It’s about ancient caliphates who robbed us of everything.

Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is a Shiite. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, self-proclaimed leader of ISIL, is a Sunni. In cold blood, his followers shoot Shiites through their heads. Many thousands of Iraqi Shiites are fleeing.

The ancient Persians who almost succumbed under pressure from the Arabs, decided to break Muhammad’s Islam from within. They used their power to shape a narrative and concocted a story: Ali was the First Caliph, and the only proper successor to Muhammad. Cursed is Abu Bakr, Omar and Uthman. Long live Ali and his descendants!

In this way, Persians founded the Shiite faith with twelve saints: Ali and his eleven descendants. The caliphate of Islam was torn asunder: Sunnis and Shiites. Since that time, centuries have passed, but the hatred remains.

ISIS is the most backward form of Sunni Islam, but reflects a new political impetus. Behind the smokescreen I see America, the U.K. and Europe, providing this violent group with the time it needs to expand the limits of its caliphate into Iran. It will take a few years, after which there will be a new layout to the Middle East. The borders will be changed. There will be new countries, and new presidents of less stature.

I worry for our motherland, our Kurdish province smells its chance, sees the possibilities for separation, and the Arab and Sunni parts of Iraq are draw encouragement from the ISIS movement.

In the era of Facebook and Facetime, “caliphate” sounds like a joke, and no one in the Islamic countries is looking forward to these creepy bearded men.

Rusty Dagger

I see a caliphate as an ancient concept – a rusty dagger with which to kill for the purpose of creating new borders on the ground. Yes – ISIS is a chime of liberation for Iraqi Sunnis. It is also synonymous with good fortune for Iraq’s Kurds, who for decades have been fighting for independence.

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The followers of ISIS are outcasts, but they have lifted the lid of an ancient, smelly, boiling cauldron. Particularly in the Islamic countries, where the central authorities are weakened, thoughts of ISIS rise up and Islamic fanatics pick up their ancient English guns. Iraq is now the right place. Actually, it is the place they have dreamed of for centuries. The die has been cast. Russian war planes are coming to the aid of the Shiites. History will decide again, but today, no history is determined without the consent of the Americans. The new Middle East is going to be exciting – slightly more exciting than Red Devils matches at the World Cup in Brazil.

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La Stampa, Italy: The War in Iraq: America’s ‘Seven Inglorious Years’

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Translated By Marion Pini


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