In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
Grande Strategy

21st Century Islamic State

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

21st Century Islamic State

The most updated version of the book has moved to: 

Meinhaj Hussain

November 29th, 2009

Version 1.3

Dedicated to You Allah, with all my love and all my worship

And to Allama Iqbal, Alija Izetbegovic, Muhammad Asad and Marmaduke Pickthall

Note: Version 1.6 can be downloaded below. These pages are currently Version 1.3.
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Table of Contents

Preface (see below)
The Case for an Islamic State
Two Opposing Sides – Both Wrong
The Importance of Pakistan
A Model for an Islamic State
Political Model
Economic Model
The Legal System
Understanding Problems of Sexuality & Society
Ideas on the Military
A Case for Hijra for Muslims of the West
After The Revolution
In Conclusion
Central Principles
List of Muslim Leaders
Continuing The Dialogue Through Creative Commons


This book is written for Muslims who have woken up to the need for Islam, not as a passive force, but an active force that can transform society and deal with the present extreme circumstances of our peoples. It is written for those who seek to understand where we stand in history and how to make a workable and achievable plan to solve the problems that we face today.

The book is not targeted at non-Muslims, "progressive" style Muslims or extremists and those who condone violence against innocents. Nor is this book a PR or propaganda effort intend to showcase Islam to the world. It does not represent an inter-religious dialog nor an inter-civilizational one.

The ideas and thoughts expressed are intended solely - and solely - for our planning and analysis, in dealing with the difficult and extreme circumstances that we Muslims face today in the world. The ideas and thoughts that this book follows are not completely unique or original but represent a synthesis of thought. The line of thinking that this book follows, as much as this author would wish, is neither completely new nor totally original in all its contents; this line of thinking has been expressed in various forms throughout the Muslim world with increasing frequency over the last couple of hundred years. More specifically, this author's thoughts are built on the foundations of such thinkers as Allama Iqbal, Muhammad Asad and Alija Izetbegovic.


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