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Abbasid and Muslim Caliphate

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in response to reader comment: The hidden origin of Islam

Submitted by seven up (Canada), Jun 13, 2013 at 12:12

Ever since the beginning of Islam, prophet Muhammad prophecised many events that will happen after he was gone

1. He prophecised the destruction of the Persians in the hands of the Byzantines (in the Quran)

2. He prophecised that after him, 30 years of rule will be in hands of the guided caliphates, then it will be oppressive rule and then tyrany - ever since the demise of the guided Caliphates, there rose the Umayyad empire which was oppressive to the people it was based in Damascus by the Umayyah family of Quraish (mecca) outside Hijaz and even just before Ali, Al-Hussain and many companions of the Prophet travelled and lived in Iraq (Kufah, Karbala) and Prophet Muhammad predicted that many of his companions would travel to live in Iraq, Sham Land (including Palestine) and to Yemen

3. after the Umayyad rule there came the Abbasid, (related to the founder Abbas the cousin of Prophet Muhammad) and moved the capital to Baghdad to continue the expansion of Islam from there and to differ from the Umayyah leagacy. during this time Abdul Rahman Al-Dakhel (who was an Umayyad prince from Mecca) went to andalusia and established the umayyad rule there. (most of andalusia caliphs were of Arab origins from Hijaz

4. All Abbasid caliphate are descendants of Meccan tribes of Arab origin

5. Egypt was conquered by Amr ibn Al-Ass during Omar bin Al-Khattab rule. his army consisted of pure Arab hijazi origins

you are twisting and making quite many lies for reasons known to every intellectual



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