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Islamic Expansion

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Submitted by Toninho (United States), Aug 8, 2014 at 12:47

It seems that this comment and its author miss the obvious. Islam, unlike any other religion in the world has spread by the sword and violence. HISTORY is a proof of that.

If we look at all the invasions and attempted invasions to force Europe to become Muslim, when compared with the Crusades, which were to free the Holy Land from Muslim control, all we have to do is look at a map.

On one map we have a few drops along the Palestinian territory, except the (sadly) 4th Crusade into Constantinople. On the other map all of Europe, except the Dutch lands and portions of France which were never reached, were attacked, even with deep incursions into its heart.

If all these battles and incursion were painted as red (blood) over green (grass fields) on a map of Europe, it would create an easy to see contrast of both maps. One will consist of a half dozen drops in a very specific area, and on the other, Europeans have poured their blood over the centuries protecting itself from the Diabolical Ventures of Islam, and many of the countries on the edge become completely, or almost completely, covered with red.

But the NEW and modern Europeans have not learned their lesson from their ancestors, because they have opened the doors WIDE-OPEN to Muslim immigration. And in America, since September 11 and the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, the newest American fools are embracing this diabolical sect by the hordes, as if hypnotized. Let's not forget that September 11th, 1683, was the last major defeat for Islamic Expansion against Europe, after the shameful beating they received in Lepanto in 1571. Therefore, September 11, 2001, was a date to get-back some of the luster lost 318 years before.

Sadly too many accept the Quran's teachings without understanding the whole picture of the teachings: Nothing more than Fools led by fools.


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