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Άλωση της Κωνσταντινούπολης, and when the civilized join the barbarian

Reader comment on item: Developments in Syria and Turkey
in response to reader comment: revisionist historians of Islam beware.

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 23, 2013 at 12:08

Our dear Mozere whose ancestors were Greeks and Armenaiana and Syrians you see our dear Mozere even the so called Sultan Mehmet II he was only half Turk as his momma was an Armenian right? so you see our dear Mozere the fall of the Byzanitne empire is a case in point where it was Greeks and Armenians and Syrians that wanted to join the imperialist and barbarian Turks that came from the poor steppe of Asia and reshaped those barbarians in their own image but this took a very long time and not 20 years as in the case of the early invasions and the destruction of the great empires of the late antique period by the Arabs and indeed Turkey is a case in point when the locals destroyed and abandoned their past and became wannabe Turks when in actual fact the Steppe of Asia is just as alien to them as let us say Arabia

Oh next? I will explain to you why we kuffar do not believe kutub al-turath al-Islami and kutub al-tarikh al-Islami


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