I came across a complete work called The Qurâanic Foundations and Structure of Muslim Society. Written in 1973, it falls squarely into the Pakistani genre of Quranic-based study of "good governance." Its two volumes are filled with the kind of victim-centered woe that's so typical of the jihadi media we read today whether it be MB or AQ media: it's an Israeli conspiracy against Islam, Western world is keeping us down, etc. It's all there.
A brief excerpt:
The collective effort of the Millat for the moral perfection and happiness of the individual cannot, however, gain its ends truly and comprehensively unless it transforms itself into a free theo-democratic state, whose function should be to enforce the Islamic Way of Life in its totality and to act as a condition for the natural flowering of the ideals of Islam. Hence the establishment of the Islamic State, whenever and wherever possible, forms, according to the Holy Qur’Én, the duty of the Millat, not only towards Islam but also towards the individual.