Kashmir based Al-Qaeda affiliate leader Zakir Musa says won't rest until liberation
Musa, a former Hizbul Mujahideen leader, urged all Muslims to give up comfort and join him in the fight to establish the Islamic Caliphate.
He also stated the example of Muhammad bin Qasim, who in the eighth century killed the then Hindu king of Sindh and established Shariah rule in the province.
Muhammad bin Qasim later ruled over Al-Sindh, a region in the Indian sub-continent which falls under present day Pakistan.
According to Musa, Al-Sindh is the first region in the sub-continent to implement the Shariah rule.
He stated the following via Ghazwat ul Hind's official Telegram channel, Al Hurr, on Thursday night.
"On the way via the Arabic Sea, the Navy of the Hindu king, Raja Dahir of his Sindh kingdom attacked this pilgrim ship and made Muslim women as his concubines. An Arabic...Muslim woman smuggled a letter out to the Governor, Hajjaj bin Yusuf, of the caliphate for help. Infuriated by this news, he sent the caliphate army to attack and kill the Sindh Hindu king. As Muhammad bin Qasim was the Army General for the caliphate, he was sent by his paternal uncle, the Governor himself," Musa added.
However, venting ire against the present Muslim rules, he calling them 'boot lickers'.
"The glorious histories of Islamic Caliphates, the Muslim rulers in the present era have become the boot-lickers of the tyrants," he said.
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