Chechen terrorist leader talks about Mongols as destroyers of Muslim community in middle century

Extremist  Chechen terrorist leader Doku Umarov fighting with Russians in Caucasus mountains used example of Mongols in the middle century for his appeal to other Chechen terrorists.
This was published in news site of the Chechen terrorists .

This shows Mongols delivered lethal blow to Muslim world and it is  not forgotten after many centuries.

We make appeal for the death of those who fell for the sake of Allah, that Sharia be established in their countries and that Muslims realize the truth and follow it.
Not once has the Islamic Ummah, or Community, experienced difficulties in their history. And it always occurred when the Muslims were divided. At the time of the Mongols, the first one to fall was Khorezm Shah. Neither the Abbasid Caliphate nor Egypt has offered him assistance.
The Mongols destroyed the caliphate. The Caliph himself was killed. Muslims went into panic. Mullahs and corrupt scholars of the time, like today, carried out their bastard work. They argued that the Mongols were Ya'juj and Ma'juj (Gog and Magog). No way to fight against them, we should wait for the coming of Prophet Isa (peace be upon him) in prayer that God would respond and destroy both Gog and Magog. Having heard such opinions, many Muslim armies just fled in order not to engage in battle with the Mongols.
The Mongolian army numbered 100,000 men, and their maximal number reached 150,000. However, they killed about 10 million Muslims.
At that difficult time, the Egyptian Muslims, who remained in such small numbers that if they died, the religion of Islam could disappear, showed Iman, or faith, on the will of God, resilience and courage. They fought against the Mongols, defeated them and saved the religion of Allah.
The enemies are trying to distort this fact (I recall it specifically to our brothers in Egypt that they would not forget their true heroic history) and to spread the worship of filthy Egyptian pharaohs among the Muslims.
Fitnah, or split, existed in the past, also exists today. However, we are continuing the Jihad, God's willing, because it has been entrusted to us by Allah.
And those Muslims who are not following the jihad (may Allah save us from that), or do not intend to pursue it will die as hypocrites."

By:Research unit of Mongolianviews


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