Our enemy is not a state, it is not a government, and it is not an army.
Our enemy is a ruthless power system which operates globally in pursuit of maximum short term profit for an elite few.
The major entities in this system are, of course, corporations themselves, financial institutions such as the IMF and World Bank, local governments (including state intelligence and security agencies), major media organizations, and so on.
There is no greater enemy to this system, nothing more dangerous to its objectives, than Islam.
It is absolutely vital to big business that the population of workers and consumers be obsessed with the Dunya, forget the Akhirah, and be impulsively addicted to fahshah and munkar. This is the foundation of the modern economy, and it is the key to the system of control by the opulent minority over the exploited majority.
Taqwa is bad for business Iman and the ‘aqeedah of Tawhid makes people too unmanageable and less easy to manipulate and exploit.
So yes, this is a struggle with both material and religious causes. And this has always been the case, ever since Ghazwat-at-Tabuk until the Crusades, and the onset of colonial imperialism, up until now.
You can know quite easily what will destroy this system just by noticing what the system itself is desperately trying to destroy.