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Islamic history is written in rivers of blood. A human catastrophe

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Submitted by Charles (Netherlands), Feb 2, 2010 at 14:02

Hello Vijay, thanx for your reply. You most certainly are right on this matter. It was not a deliberate omission from my part. As a European I am somewhat more focused on the history of our continent and its ancestry. But you point out a very accurate fact when refering to the islamic conquests to the east. There too massive slaughters, genocides, deportations and suppressions have taken place through the centuries. All in all, the islamic history is most certainly written in rivers of blood. Every civilization has its dark pages, but there can be no doubt that the islamic one must be one of the longest and deepest tragedies in the history of man. I harbour no bad feelings toward other people, whatever their faiths, but at the present, the islamic immigration into Europe is extremely dangerous. It must be stopped.

The fact that Koenraad Elst is the only European to have studied the Hindu tragedy does not surprise me. Even European historians have not written extensively on the Judeo-Christan holocaust between the 7th and 19th century (and in someplaces even later then that) either. One has to dig to discover the horrors.

On this, the Indian and European peoples share a common past.

You mentioned the alliance of islamists and leftists. This is probably THE most disturbing fact of all these days. A most disturbing situation, which has had devastating effects in Europe (a.o. regions).

The more we all speak out to friends and acquaintances on this the better. Internet could be a turning point hopefully.


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