Tuesday 1 November 2016


Constantinople - Istanbul. The Moslem Arab Empire helped the Christian Eastern Roman Empire (the Byzantine Empire) guard its frontier. But, then the Christians stopped paying their Arab allies for this protection.

The Moslems of the Arab Empire expanded their territory during the 7th Century.

Moslem texts give a misleading picture of what happened.

These texts, such as The History of the Prophets and Kings by al-Tabari, were written about 200 years after the events described.

(Source: James Wakeley at History Today, writing about Islam.)

These Moslem texts are based on stories handed down by word of mouth and sound like myths.

The above map shows the Arab Empire in Green, and the Christian Eastern Roman Empire (the Byzantine Empire) in Purple

The date is 632 AD, when Muhammad reportedly died.

The texts from the Christian Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) are more accurate than the Moslem texts.

This because the Christian texts are apparently based on written accounts from the 7th Century, rather than oral accounts from 200 years later.

"Two interesting accounts preserved in the pages of the Byzantine chroniclers Theophanes the Confessor and the Patriarch Nicephorus, for instance, tell the story of the outbreak of the seventh-century conquests in a manner that directly challenges the assumptions of the Islamic tradition ...

"There is good reason to believe that the Byzantine chroniclers rely on written evidence contemporary to the events they describe: a more stable means for the transmission of information than an oral tradition."

(Source: James Wakeley at History Today, writing about Islam.)

Constantinople, in the Eastern Roman Empire. Listverse

According to the Byzantine chroniclers, the Moslem Arabs had been paid by the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) to guard the border.

But, the Eastern Roman Empire had run out of money as the result of its war with Persia (the Sassanid Empire).

Theophanes reveals that, when the Arab allies came to collect their wages, they were dismissed empty handed by an official of the Eastern Roman Empire.

So, the Arabs decided to stop being allies of the Christians.

The Arabs, motivated by money rather than religion, decided to advance into Christian territory.

The Arabs headed for Gaza.

(Source: James Wakeley, the University of Oxford, at History Today, writing about Islam.)

The Koran specifically refers to Jews and Christians as "people of the book" who should be protected and respected.

But, the Christians of the Eastern Roman Empire had not paid up.

The Caliphate was about money, sex and power?

ISIS tucking-in to pork belly with salad and chips?

ISIS set up an Islamic caliphate, with the Syrian city of Raqqa, formerly part of the Ottoman Caliphate, as its capital.

Of course, many of the ISIS fighters are not actually Moslems.

"Reports from groups inside the city say there is growing resentment between the poor, who have been largely left to fend for themselves, and Islamic fighters, who live a life of five-star luxury."

A tale of two Caliphates - Hospitals shut; boys sent to terror-camps; ISIS fighters dine in 5 star restaurants.

The Caliphate was always about a rich boy-loving elite screwing poor Moslems.

Ottoman illustration depicting a young lad used for group sex (from Sawaqub al-Manaquib)

In the centuries following the death of Muhammad, some Muslims criticised a general "corruption" of morals in Mecca and Medina.

The gay caliph Al-Amin, a lover of eunuchs, required slave girls to be dressed as boys.[21]

The sadistic pedophile Ibrahim II of Ifriqiya had sex with his sixty young boys, some of whom he treated in a horrific manner. 

The gay Caliph al-Mutasim loved boys.

Abd al-Rahman III executed a young lad because he refused his advances. [21]

Gay caliph Mehmed the Conqueror demanded that a man named Notaras hand over his fourteen year old son to be buggered. When Notaras refused, Notaras and his son were executed.

In the Ottoman Caliphate there was plenty of love poetry of a pedophile nature.

One good thing about the Ottoman caliphs was that they protected Christians and Jews, so long as they were of the right class.

The people of the caliphate liked camels.

In the following ways, the caliphs were no different from the rulers of Christian Europe.

1. The Ottoman caliphs lived in splendid palaces surrounded by their boy and girl sex slaves. 

2. There was much fratricide within the families of the caliphs

3. Some of the caliphs were pawns of the viziers and other top officials.

4. The great mass of Moslems suffered under the caliphs.

The caliph's officials squeezed the peasants and the labourers for taxes and services.

It is possible that Muhammad lived from c. 570 - 632 AD, and that his religion was one of peace and tolerance.

It is possible that Islam was relatively obscure until it was hijacked by Abd al Malik ibn Marwan, the Arab Emperor from 685 - 705AD.

Abd al Malik ibn Marwan may have turned Islam into the official religion of his warlike empire.

The official story is that Muhammad died in 632 AD.

In 661 AD, Muawiyah I became the leader of the Arab Empire.

No mention of Muhammad or Islam can be found in any of Muawiyah's inscriptions, coins, or documents.

Islam: The Untold Story.

"There is no mention of Muhammad anywhere in stones, script, monuments, or other sources from the Middle East during his actual lifetime."

Was Caliph Abd Al-Malik the real creator and the prophet?

Apart from 'a single ambiguous reference in the Koran', there is no mention of Mecca in any datable text for a century after 'Muhammed's death'.

Islam: The Untold Story.

It is thought that the prophet who attacked Palestine was not actually Muhammad. Sira - biographies of Muhammad..

In the Koran, 'Muhammad' addresses farmers and agriculturalists while his opponents are described as keeping cattle and growing olives and vines.

The home environment described by 'Muhammad' as having farmers and agriculturalists could be in the Negev desert in Southern Israel.

There was no agriculture in Mecca.

Islam: The Untold Story.

Under the reign of the Arab Emperor Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan, Mecca may have been erroneously portrayed as Muhammad's home, in order to provide Islam with Arabian origins.

Abd al Malik ibn Marwan, the Arab Emperor from 685 - 705AD, may have been the inventor of the warlike form of Islam.

Was Caliph Abd Al-Malik the real creator and the prophet?

In 2012, the historian Tom Holland produced a TV documentary for the UK's Channel 4 which said:

1. There is little evidence to support the 'official' story of Muhammad.

2. There are questions about when the Koran was written.

3. Mecca may not have been the birthplace of Muhammad.

Holland asked why it took several decades after the death of Muhammad for his name to appear on surviving documents or artifacts.

Holland claimed that much of the story of Muhammad was developed some time after the death of Muhammad.

Islam - The Untold Story - on Vimeo. / The Search for Muhammad: Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan.

According to the official story, the prophet Muhammad's mother was Aminah, who claimed to be descended from Abraham, and who was reportedly Jewish.

Muhammad the Jew

The original Kaaba was at some point dedicated to Hubal, a Nabatean deity, and contained 360 idols. 

Reportedly, Muhammad decided to reject idol-worship and adopt the Jewish religion.

Safiyah, one of Muhammad's Jewish wives.

Two of Prophet Muhammad's wives were Jewish.

"Muhammad clearly saw himself as part of the Jewish tradition. …

"Islam was a radical call back to the basic values of the Torah and even talmudic stories."

Muhammad bio

The Dome of the Rock marks the spot from which Muhammad is believed to have ascended to heaven.[92]

Muhammad regarded himself as the last prophet of the Jewish-Christian tradition.

The Koran is based mainly on the Old Testament.

Muhammad required that his followers were kosher.

Muhammad required that his followers keep the fast of Yom Kippur.

Muhammad required that his followers be circumcised.

Muhammad required that his followers pray facing Jerusalem.

The Prophet Mohammed, a Jewish Messiah.

Muhammad only fell out with the Jews when they refused to accept him as their prophet.

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At 26 October 2016 at 13:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good work! We'll keep chipping away at all of these deceptions. Thank you for your tireless work Aangirfan!

Constant homage'

The Islamic Caliphate: More Debauchery and Deception


At 26 October 2016 at 20:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You Can’t Understand ISIS If You Don’t Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia

At 27 October 2016 at 00:24 , Blogger Mark Jesus said...

Interesting refresher on the alternate views of Islam. Depending on how accurate, obscures the roots of violence and oppression being their book and beginnings? One note worth adding, appears many of the mercenaries and said-zealots for their religion in the Middle East are on 'speed'. This finally coming out. As for sex or sex abuse? No comments/so far, on two posts?? One, all about same-sex activity, this one digging around the historical and thereby current hate/love homosexuality -and- Islam. So contentions, divisive – maybe read/comment-ers, all a bit knackered out with it? Overdone and dusted. Reckon, about every time I read commentary about homosexuality, in more truthful-telling places, it's not got my personal balance. Most often makes me squirm. How easy, if not this on 'both sides' fall in with the weaponising propaganda; Stir homophobia, or promote the erosion of free-speech. The 'powers' want to force their sexuality-ways on us; That which we personally or culturally prefer not – until we're so screwed up and sick with it. At best, sex all about love and happiness, the overall intended destruction served by hate/love and simplistic boundaries. Yet, evident there's an overwhelming stubborn desire for heterosexual long-term love, this certainly under-it, from central controlling attackers. And then, in the seeming oppressive Caliphate, and other parts closer to home, in reaction against – bash gays on the surface, while behind closed doors…
Good posts to think through. Thanks.


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