Qutb’s disgust for the “degenerate” West does not stop with women or jazz music, which he claimed was “created by Negroes to satisfy their love of noise and to whet their sexual desires.” Qutb vilified the Jews as “slayers of the prophets” and as “perfidious,” double-dealing and “evil.” Qutb was hung on August 29, 1966, after the dawn prayer. It was a martyrdom which planted deep roots in the Arab soul.
Qutb had written that the only way to get rid of “corruption” is the imposition of a “just rule” at war with modernity, human rights, promiscuity, materialism and Zionism. Like Adolf Hitler, Qutb was a dark man, humorless, intense and rigid. Like Hitler, Qutb turned his sexual frustration into a fanatic virtue. Like Hitler’s Aryanism, Qutb heralded the notion that Islam is superior. Like Hitler, Qutb saw the existence of the Hebrew people as the measure of the world’s moral bankruptcy.
After six decades of Arab kleptocracy, the Middle East is going to be engineered according to Qutb’s nightmare. Symbols help to understand the mindset. That of the Muslim Brotherhood is a Koran and two sharp swords. In 2005 they published a map of the world. In the center is a green area, the color of Islam. In a lower panel it said: “One hundred years from now,” with the field completely green.
The Nazis called it “Lebensraum.” The Islamists call it “Caliphate.”
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