Imam Mazin AbdulAdhim is a Canadian Imam, born in Calgary, currently living in London Ontario. He is an influential teacher of the political Islam movement Hizb ut-tahrir, a movement that has been banned in several countries. This organization continues to hold conferences in Canada.
Hizb ut-tahrir (Arabic: حزب التحرير Ḥizb at-Taḥrīr; Party of Liberation) is an international, pan-Islamist political organization, which describes its ideology as Islam, and its aim as the re-establishment of the Islamic Khilafah (Caliphate) or Islamic state to resume the Islamic way of life.
AbdulAdhim has voiced calls for re-establishing the Islamic state and rejecting nation states.
This past September 11, he posted his opinion about the attack on the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. No mention is made of the role of Al-Qaeda in this attack.
Following is his facebook commentary:
“On this anniversary of the events of September 11th, I have an interesting story to tell.
Not long before the events of September 11th, I remember being in Calgary at my father’s house watching television and I came across a documentary about the twin towers on cable television. I watched the whole thing.
The documentary went through the whole building process, and what it was like when it was finished. It was a marvel of architecture, but it was *hated* by the people of New York. It blocked out the sun for a large number of buildings, it was hideous and bland, and it was extremely expensive to maintain.
The interesting part was that it was mostly vacant at the time of the recording of the documentary. It was an unpopular building, even for businesses. They showed footage of the empty gardens and empty sitting areas around the towers. They talked about the fact that almost 50% of the building was vacant, and that it was losing money fast.
The building was going bankrupt with no hope of recovery, and – as Allah is my Witness – I distinctly remember thinking to myself “Wow, what could they do with such a building if it goes bankrupt? It would be impossible to demolish it in the middle of downtown New York.”
And then September 11th happened.
I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that the twin towers and building #7 were demolished intentionally, and the events were used as a premise to massacre millions of innocent Iraqis in order to replace Saddam – who was a British agent that refused to obey US instructions related to oil policies, etc – with a pro-US regime. It was a win-win for whoever was behind it.
This isn’t about conspiracy theories, it’s about the facts on the ground. Anyone who thinks that the US government is above committing such an insane crime is living in a fantasy world for the naive. My guess is this is even considered one of their most prized “trophy” genius plans that worked out.
The most blatant proof, to me, that the buildings were intentionally demolished is the footage of how the WTC 7 building collapsed. It was – without any doubt whatsoever – an organized demolition. No building in history has ever free-fallen like that simply due to a fire; just think about Grenfell Tower and how no one would have worried even for a moment about it collapsing in free-fall due to the fire. WTC 7 was not struck by a plane, and no other buildings fell down around it. It fell straight down, exactly as a planned demolition does. No crumbling or pieces falling sideways or any disorganized mess. Just a perfect free-fall straight down.”
Imam AbdulAdhim has been very vocal in his disdain and hatred for the west, particularly the USA.
His push for a return to an Islamic Caliphate is evident in another post from his facebook page.
“To all the Muslims who attempt to claim that the Khilafah fell after 30 years, or that Islam does not need a Khilafah, or that Islam never had any set political systems, or that the Khulafaa were no different from the corrupt rulers today:
“To control a people, you must first control what they think about themselves and how they regard their history and culture. And when your conqueror makes you ashamed of your culture and your history, he needs no prison walls and no chains to hold you”
– John Henrik Clarke”