House of War

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Noun1.House of War - areas where Muslims are in the minority and are persecuted
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"Michael has got two statues in his house of War Of Attrition and Don Cossack, and hopefully he will get one.
Other books include the National Book Award-winning "An American Requiem: House of War," which won the first PEN-John Kenneth Galbraith Award; and "Jerusalem, Jerusalem," which was named a 2011 Best Book by Publishers Weekly.
It demolished the false division between the house of peace (Dar al-Amn) and house of war (Dar al-Harb).
Islam divides the world into Dar-al-Islam (house of submission) and Dar-al-Harb (house of war).
The ISIL militants declared Turkey part of the House of War -- rather than the House of Islam -- and that Turks were infidels.
This in turn makes those parts of the world that have not yet been conquered by the House of Islam an abode of permanent conflict (Dar al-Harb, the house of War) which will only end with Islam's eventual triumph.
Fighting erupted after the army stormed the house of war lord Ahmed
It believes that one day it will bring down the house of war.
The duty of each true Muslim is to see the House of War absorbed by the House of Peace, though not necessarily by violent means.
As James Carroll writes in House of War (Houghton Mifflin), by 1965 nearly six million Americans were employed in Pentagon-run enterprises.
Indeed, to the extent that it teaches that the Muslim world is in exclusive possession of the revealed truth, that the Islamic state is the sole legitimate political form, and that the world is divided into a "House of Islam" and a "House of War," Islam lends support to the conclusion that engaging in permanent imperialism until the whole world comes under its sway is a religious imperative.
"The house of Islam" is locked in a continual struggle with all others who dwell in "the house of war." Unlike Christian evangelism--which is spiritual--Islam's kingdom is temporal, and its followers are exhorted to physically conquer this world.