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The “Management of Savagery: The Most Critical Stage Through Which the Islamic Nation Will Pass” was written by Abu Bakr Naji post-9/11. It was overlooked by many Jihadi scholars but has recently been accepted as the new Milestones. It seems that ISIS, As-Shabbab and Al Bokom are merely a few who are following the tenets set up by Naji.
From What is their plan? It isn’t a secret, the book has been written on this and published openly.The playbook they are using is called “The Managment of Savagery”, and the link to read it is below. They have a 3 phase plan listed below, however it is important to understand the phases are not strictly linear. Phases 1,2,3 may be occurring simultaneously in different areas or even concurrently in the same spot.

PHASE 1: “Vexation” <o:p></o:p>

Distract and exhaust the infidel enemy and his allies. Emphasis on smaller dramatic operations (not <o:p></o:p> 9/11s) to prepare fighting units for Phase 2

PHASE 2: “Spread Savagery” <o:p></o:p>

Move to coordinated unconventional warfare to “dislodge” nations from local control

PHASE 3: “Administer Savagery / Consolidate / Expand” <o:p></o:p> Stabilize held areas <o:p></o:p> Unite population as fighting community <o:p></o:p>

Implement sharia and govern so establishing “base-state” used to attack and <o:p></o:p> expand into neighboring nations.


Introduction (3) Preface: The order that has governed the world since the Sykes-Picot era (5) The Illusion of power: The centrality of the superpowers as a function of their overwhelming military power and deceptive media halo (7)

First Topic: Definition of “the management of savagery” and an overview of its historical precedents (11)

Second Topic: The path for establishing an Islamic state. (15)

Third Topic: The most important principles and policies for implementing the plan of action and achieving, in general, the goals of the stage of “the power of vexation and exhaustion”; and, in particular, the goals of the stage of “the management of savagery.” (by the permission of God) (23)

Section One: Mastery of the art of management (23)

Section Two: Who leads, who manages, and who authorizes the fundamental administrative decisions? (25)

Section Three: Using the time-tested principles of military combat (28)

Section Four: Using violence (31) Section Five: Achieving power (34)

Section Six: Properly understanding the rules of the political game of our opponents and their fellow travelers, and striking a balance between confrontation and cooperation in accordance with sharia politics (37)

Section Seven: Polarization (46)

Section Eight: The rules of affiliation (50) Section Nine: Mastering the security dimension: Surveillance and infiltrating adversaries and opponents of every kind (52)

Section Ten: Mastering education within the movement just as it was in the first age of Islam (54)

Fourth Topic: The most important problems and obstacles that we will face, and ways of dealing with them (62) (1) The problem of the decreasing number of true believers (62) (2) The problem of the lack of administrative cadres (63) (3) The problem of loyalty to elements in the preceding administration (65) (4) The problem of infiltration and spies (67) (5) The problem of secession or sudden about-face of individuals, groups, or regions who completely change their loyalty (How do we make sense of it and how do we deal with it?) (68) (6) The problem of excessive zeal and the problems that accompany it (71) Fifth Topic: Conclusion: Are there other solutions that are easier than this solution? (73)

First Article: The battle of patience (81)

Second Article: The struggle between the human soul and the Sunna of God in missionary activities (86)

Third Article: Our men and enemy soldiers under fire (90)

Management Of Savagery