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An obscured history, an inconvenient truth

For those who may be unaware of it: right from the beginning, Islam was a “religion” of blood, slaughter, rapine, usurpation, and conquest. Those aren’t aberrations, errors, or “perversions of a great religion,” as ignorant, weak-minded Western fools would have it. They’re the whole damned point.

To understand the violent history of “Allahu Akbar”, let’s climb into a time machine and go back to the year 628 and to a place that will one day be known as Saudi Arabia. It’s hot out here in the desert. Temperatures from the spring to the fall routinely cross the hundred degree mark and keep going.

We’re in Khaybar. It’s a desert oasis maintained by the Jews. If being in 109 degree heat has got you down, you stop by the oasis, and have a cool drink of water and some dates. Then you keep going. Out here trade runs through the desert and the oasis is a gas station. If you want to choke off major trade routes, you go after an oasis. And that’s what a cult leader whose followers today terrorize the world by attacking its travel routes, airline hijackings, pirates preying on ships, train and bus bombs, was doing.

Muslims call what happened next, the “Battle of Khaybar”. Like most Muslim battles, it was a treacherous ambush and a massacre. And it helps explain why there are no Jews in Saudi Arabia today. Nor do Muslims regret this act of ethnic cleansing. Instead they celebrate it. Muslims still threaten Jews by chanting, “Khaybar, Khaybar ya Yahud.” “Remember Khaybar, Jews, Mohammed’s Army Will Return.”

And “Allahu Akbar?”

That’s what Mohammed shouted as he realized that his surprise attack had been successful. “Allahu-Akbar! Khaybar is destroyed.” He boasted that any nation attacked by Muslims would suffer a similar fate. And then he “had their warriors killed, their offspring and woman taken as captives”. Mohammed also picked up his own sex slave. “Safiya was amongst the captives. She first came in the share of Dahya Alkali but later on she belonged to the Prophet.” Safiya’s husband had been murdered. Like their ISIS successors, the Prophet of Islam’s band of killers and rapists took the women as slaves.

That’s where “Allahu Akbar” originated. And that’s why Muslims still shout it at terrorist attacks.

For those still stubbornly confused about the nature of Islam, the word itself assuredly does NOT translate as “peace,” but submission. More inconvenient truth:

The Islamic mission is to make Islam supreme over all other religions (Koran 9:33). If Muslims aren’t striving to defeat other religions, then “Allahu Akbar” rings hollow. Islam does not primarily offer an internal religious experience that transforms the believer, but an external collective experience that transforms the world. Jihad, the acts of terror we see on the news, are that religious experience. 

“Allahu Akbar” is the supremacist core of Islam. Mohammed offered a religious experience that merged desert banditry and conquest, whose sacraments were the murder of the enemies of Islam and the rapes of their wives and daughters. The horrifying Islamic rituals of ethnic cleansing, rape and torture demonstrated that, “Allahu Akbar”. That Allah was greater than the dead men and raped women.

When ISIS Jihadists rape children or when an ISIS Muslim sympathizer runs over people in New York, Berlin or Nice, it’s a prayer of praise to Allah. And the prayer is, “Allahu Akbar.” 

The more non-Muslims are killed, abused and enslaved, the more the truth of Islam and the supremacy of Allah are proven with the screams of the wounded, the dying and the families of the dead. 

This is Islam. This is what it was in 628. That’s what it is today.

And it’s what it forever will remain, until is either vanquished…or victorious.


1 thought on “An obscured history, an inconvenient truth

  1. A recent letter to the ed. I’d have included a litany of Muslim atrocity over the last 1400 yrs, but my local rag imposes a 500 word limit on reader contributions.

    Eric Morris’ letter to the editor, “Do we know our enemy?”, attributes the events of 9/11 and subsequent Islamist attacks to Western involvement in the Middle East. I suggest that such an analysis is dangerously shallow and ignores more than a millennium of evidence regarding the true motivations of Islamist aggression.

    America’s first encounter with what is now called “Islamic extremism” dates back to the 18th century when our maritime civilians were being murdered and enslaved in the Mediterranean. In 1787, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were ordered to London to learn why and secure a negotiated settlement.

    Our two future presidents were received by the Envoy to Tripoli, Sidi Haji Abdrahaman. He explained very matter-of-factly (as reported by Jefferson to Secretary of Foreign Affairs John Jay) “… that all nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave; and that every mussulman who was slain in this warfare was sure to go to paradise. He said, also, that the man who was the first to board a vessel had one slave over and above his share, and that when they sprang to the deck of an enemy’s ship, every sailor held a dagger in each hand and a third in his mouth; which usually struck such terror into the foe that they cried out for quarter at once.”

    Daggers or box cutters; the terror and carnage then and now can’t be all that different. Except that in the 1780s, there was no American involvement in the Middle East to use as a convenient excuse for murder.

    Mr. Morris cites the reasons offered by people like Osama bin Laden and the Manchester bomber’s sister. Accepting their justifications is likely naive, given the Koranic precept of “al-Taqiyya,” which permits the faithful to willfully deceive non-believers; to conceal or disguise one’s beliefs, convictions, ideas, feelings, opinions, and/or strategies. In plainer language, the jihadi is encouraged to lie through their teeth.

    Some may be willing to accept the justifications provided by a mass-murderer’s sister. I’m more inclined to lean toward more than a thousand years of documented history.

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