21st Century Islamic State by Meinhaj Hussain

By Meinhaj Hussain

This publication represents a piece within the highbrow foundation of an Islamic kingdom this day. comprises rules on a political and monetary types in addition to discussions on an army process for the sort of nation. The publication additionally discusses the simplest situation for one of these country this day and operational information together with how most sensible to lead to this type of nation and her normal overseas coverage. The publication is a construction of GrandeStrategy.com, a Muslim/Islamic imagine tank.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Furthermore, such an emphasis on manpower is of doubtful marginal utility at war; today's wars are not fought with extreme numbers but rather by investments in capital, training and technology. Respect for Muslim lives must be shown and the Islamic State cannot use lives of its citizens as cannon fodder. Instead, military conscription could be randomly selected. This would allow a sizable conscript force that could supplement the professional army, presuming that a professional army would need to be maintained considering the specializations and investments in training needed for key technical elements.

Wars lost in the air translate to wars lost on the ground. Muslim armies have been most negligent in this key aspect of warfare and have lacked the technologies, the training and the sustained investments needed. The most effective way to counter an enemy in the air is by air combat. Although a layered and integrated air defense with SAMs is potent, historically, the most successful method of air defense has been – and in the foreseeable future is likely to continue to be – through a viable air force.

Amongst other things, this started with the advent of industrialization, which enabled production of weapons at a dramatically greater scale and quality than was previously possible. As a result, technologies coupled with enmasse production enabled Western armies to overwhelm Muslim ones. The last "Muslim" power that could match the West conventionally was the Uthman Empire. After it fell, no Muslim country has been able to build or produce weapons that can match Western armaments. Iran today is somewhat of an exception, as they received massive technologies during the Shah's era, but has not been able to progress substantively further since.

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