The only three stages of the Islamic nation
The Islamic nation can only have one of three stages, depending on the situation is in, and the power it has.
The first of these three stages is
Dar al hodna (house of truce)
This is the first stage in the Islamic nation. In this stage Islam is just starting in the country in which it is. It has a minority in this society, and it is weak enough, for not being able to implement any of its own rules on this society.
This stage is similar to the stage in which Mohamed was weak and peaceful in Mecca, and this is also why we see that all the peaceful and merciful Qur’anic suras were in Mecca.
The second of the three stages is
Dar al harb (house of war)
This stage starts when Islam gains strength, and grows in number, that will give him the chance to declare all sorts of wars, in the country where it resides.
This stage is similar to when Mohamed flee to al madinah, and became powerful enough, then he started his holy wars, the Qur’an’s tone completely changed from the peaceful, merciful tone, to the aggression, and hate tone that started to appear in the Madani Qur’an, and it also abrogated the Mecci tone.
This is also happening today in many European countries, where we started to hear about Muslims trying to imply their own Islamic rules (shariaa), in the societies, in which they live, and for this reason we also hear about the numerous terror attacks in different regions of the world. Islam is always in war with all nations, and all people till it reaches the third stage, in which Islam dominates the land.
The third of the three stages is
Dar al silm (house of peace)
This is the stage where it’s reached when Islam dominates the land, and any other non Muslim population submits to Islam’s superiority.
This stage was never reached except partially. The reason is Islam has never yet dominated the whole world. This stage is reached partially in the nations where Islam dominated, and other religion are submitting to its superiority, as it is the case with the Middle East, Iran, Indonesia, and so on.