Now in future if in any country or age the Muslims are faced with a similar situation as the early Muslim were faced with in Makkah those same rules and regulations will apply which were derived from the Qur'an and Hadith and what were deduced from these two sources and became part of Islamic Jurisprudence and in principle there will be only one out of two things they can do i.e., to make Jihad on to perform Hijrat. It will not be permissible for them to live a life of subjugation and subservience.
When Mskksh was a Darul-Kufr Islam gave great importance to the Hijrat to Madinah and the Muslims made great sacrifices in this regard to combat this obstacle. One can form an idea of this from the following quotations from the Qur'an:
"Those who left their homes or been driven out therefrom, Or suffered harm in My cause or fought or been stain Verily I will blot out from the their iniquities And admit them into gardens with rivers beneath A reward from the presence of Allah and from his presence is the best of rewards." (3:195)
"Those who believe, and suffer exile and strive with might and main in Allah's cause with their goods and their persons, have the highest rank in the sight of Allah (SWT). They are the people who will achieve (salvation)."(9:20)
"When the angels take the souls of those who die in sin against their souls, they say: "In what plight were you."
They reply: "Weak and oppressed were we in the earth."
They say: "Was not the earth of Allah specious enough for you to move yourselves away from evil?"