The art or the science of analyzing, classifying, cataloging, codifying and breaking down the world around us and all the information which we are exposed to is an amazing tool, as well as it is a necessary and a required ability in order to survive. Without trying to emphasize the oblivious, our world is a world of conflicts and wars, friends and foes, a world of greed, yet of limited resources, and a world of bad and vicious people. Certainly, there will never be peace whether we like it or not. Therefore, if one lacks the required abilities and tools which are necessary for survival, they will fall behind and the natural or universal laws will act mercilessly upon them.
So, the right classification of the world, more precisely, people, is the first and the most important step in order to survive. It is a matter of life and death. It is a matter of truth and falsehood. For example, if we classify wolves the same species as sheep, the result would be a disaster. It is not a matter of how we like to classify wolves; rather, we need the right classification in order to protect our property, in this case, sheep. If we become delusional by considering wolves as sheep, that would harm none other than ourselves.
Likewise, the world of politics is in need of the right approach in order to understand it and hopefully survive. Classification of the world, and even stigmatization as one of its forms, is directly related to the concept of energy conservation. As a result, a wrong classification, which does not coincide with the natural or the true reality, will prove to be fatal for us. At the same time, one of the fronts of the ideological warfare is to mislead people in this particular sphere.
This was just an introduction in order to jump to the topic which I would like to merely mention. The world today, regardless of what we think or what reality the propaganda machine of the enemy portrays, is divided into two groups: Muslims and non-Muslims, and there is no third one. It is not hard at all to come to this simple conclusion if one looks at and into the world of politics today.
On one front, there are Muslims, who have not an ordinary religion, which gives its adherents a very distinctive identity: the belief in God, in the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), a legislation, a code of morality, a way of living, a religion which encompasses all the areas and details of life. In addition, it is a religion which has given rise to one of the greatest civilizations.
On the other hand, it is the British Empire with all its subdivisions, such as the dead Christianity and Judaism and the massive waive of atheists and irreligious people, which holds the political power worldwide, which makes laws and gives legislation, and it enjoys the economic and financial monopoly.
Muslims need to know their enemy, which is the British Empire, in order to survive.