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The islamic crusades aka Arabian imperialism

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 26, 2010 at 15:36

Oh this is part deux

And I'm paraphrasing here what our dear deb wrote about his masters the Arabs and why did they invade the civilized Middle East

The Crusaders did not invade any land. They were threatened and the holy land was threatened by the Arabs from all directions they fought the war for survival against these barbarians the Arabs"

Right our dear Deb?

>My Answer : All of your above statements are historically inaccurate.

Really? Then why did they liberate the so called holy land from your masters the arabs?any guesses?

>Remember the crusaders were europeans in general what business did they have in holy land which is way beyond their area of influence ?

Really? well and why would your masters the Hijazi Arabs invade al-hilal al-khaseeb and to paraphrase what you wrote: The Hijazi Arabs were Arabs in general what business did they have invading the holy land in 633CE which is beyond their area of influence aka Arabia" Surpirse me with an answer

And why did the Arab barbarians invade Egypt? were the Copts any threat to Abul Qasim too? Sorry it is all about looting and no more and this is what imperialism is all about and it is why the wannabe Arabs invaded India and why the Brits invaded India because India had wealth that these imperialists wanted it so bad. Islam is no more than imperialism with a surface patina of a religion that was created to justify such atrocities

I can see Adam Smith turning in his grave

>And your categorization of Arabs the barbarians are completely false and inaccurate.

A barbarian is anyone who invades and enslaves and kills 90M innocent Hindus now do you get it and the Arabs were barbarians

> During the time of crussades , people in Europe were burnt alive for being heretics or wizards ,

Sure

> plague was the natural norm ,

And so was the case in Arabia

> people could not even walk on the main streets on the cities like London and Paris due to trash on pavement since the sewage system was non-existent at the time and most people including many national leaders could not either read or write their own languages.

Sure but what does this have to do with the crusades? and the sad thing is this is what you see now in the major cities of Pakiland filth and more filth

>The crusaders very frequently practised cannibalism also.

Really? Where is your evidence?

But wait: Your masters the Arabs? they enslaved all sorts of people and they raped and collected the shameful jizya and Allah is supposed to get 1/5 of the loot and destroyed great civilizations right? this is no difference than cannabilism

>Very distinguished crusader chroniclers like the following ones assert the fact that the crusaders practised canibalism.Radulph of Caen, an eyewitness to events at Ma'arra in 1098, wrote, "In Ma'arra our troops boiled pagan adults in cooking-pots; they impaled children on spits and devoured them grilled."

A tablighee who is concerned about the victims of the crusaders sobhanallah

You see our dear deb al-tablighee charity starts at home go after all those criminals that killed 90M of your own ancestsors first before you lecture anyone about anything

>The chronicler Albert of Aix seemed to rank Muslims lower than dogs when he wrote, "Not only did our troops not shrink from eating dead Turks and Saracens; they also ate dogs!"

Oh and muslims and their Allah call the Jews khanazeer wa quruud right ? Muslims are the last ones to lecture anyone about civility and respect

>Now compared this to what Saladin did. He showed mercy even to these crusaders by granting a general amnesty after he has liberated Jerusalem from these vile people.

Salah el-deen the Kurd who is another wannabe Arab and whose ancestors were enslaved and brutalized by the Arabs did not care about the sufferings of Muslims until the crusaders started to attack the caravans of the Arabs in-order to collect loot!

You see it is all about the looting!

>Now tell me which ones are worthy of being called the barbarians ,

The Barbarians are the arabs and your beloved Mahmoud of Ghazni who killed millions of your ancestors

> the cannibalistic crusaders who ate human flesh

Really? where is your evidence?

>or the kind hearted Muslim Sultan who even forgave his most bitter enemies after he had vanquished them , overwhelmingly.

The barbarians are the Arabs that invaded lands and destroyed great civilizations

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