The History of Islamic Invasion

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Watch, and make your own opinion. If you're a student of history, you will appreciate the presentation.

Should be mandatory in every school.
 

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Obviously Allah wanted His People to move to "europe" as the world warms up, but there were some natives there, and it made sense for them to build all kinds of motorways and cities and farms first, to be ready for His People.

This europe place is an extension of asia, where the Truth was Revealed.
 

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Watch, and make your own opinion. If you're a student of history, you will appreciate the presentation.

Should be mandatory in every school.

The problem with this fellow is he doesn't have a very objective view of the situation. All empires do their best to expand - the Persian empire, the Roman empire, the British empire, the US empire, etc. etc. Why should be Islamic empire be any different?
 

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The problem with this fellow is he doesn't have a very objective view of the situation. All empires do their best to expand - the Persian empire, the Roman empire, the British empire, the US empire, etc. etc. Why should be Islamic empire be any different?
Because Islam is a religion, so-called.

And enshrined in it - forever - is supremacy, imperialism and government.

Any more stupid questions?
 
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Because Islam is a religion, so-called.

And enshrined in it (forever) is supremacy, imperialism and government.

Any more stupid questions?

That wasn't the case in Spain. For long periods in Spain Al Andalus was a pleasant place to live--very easy-going. Moors were in Spain from 711 to 1492, though you can discount the last century or so, as they were confined to Granada and region. Many of their governments were benign. It's about the same length of time as England (under whatever guise) was running or trying to run the 26 Counties.
 

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Because Islam is a religion, so-called.

And enshrined in it - forever - is supremacy, imperialism and government.

Any more stupid questions?

Yes, and the British and Spanish empires hid behind the fig leaf of spreading Christianity. Today, the US empire hides behind the fig leaf of spreading another religion - Liberalism.
 

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That wasn't the case in Spain. For long periods in Spain Al Andalus was a pleasant place to live--very easy-going. Moors were in Spain from 711 to 1492, though you can discount the last century or so, as they were confined to Granada and region. Many of their governments were benign. It's about the same length of time as England (under whatever guise) was running or trying to run the 26 Counties.
You'll have to do better than that.

James is a simple man.
 

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The problem with this fellow is he doesn't have a very objective view of the situation. All empires do their best to expand - the Persian empire, the Roman empire, the British empire, the US empire, etc. etc. Why should be Islamic empire be any different?
Your analysis implies that we should view Islam as a Political ideology intent on taking over countries in the manner of past and and present Imperialist regimes.
Which is quite correct - we should view it as such and treat it as precisely so ie as a hostile invading force to be resisted and repelled rather than viewing it as a benign religion as many propose.
 
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