22 September 2014 AD
European Christian crusaders conquered Jerusalem in 1099 AD, holding control of the Holy City until Muslim Saladin re-conquered it in 1187 AD. Today, we hear all the dreadful stories from Muslim leaders about “crusaders” who invaded their land.
What are the facts?
Facts are truly stubborn things. Global conquest by Muslims began with Muhammad’s conquest of the Arabian peninsula in the 7th century. There were Jews and Christians in the Sassanid Empire and in Syria who actually welcomed the Muslims. (This reminds me of my elderly Cuban friends who welcomed Castro, but that’s to be another story for later on.)
Eventual conquests expanded the Muslim empire from western India to the Atlantic coast of the north African continent, wrapping around Europe, Spain to the west and all the way across western China.
Interesting to note how contemporary apologists for Islam revise history by denouncing European crusaders as the instigators of war. Au contraire. Muslim crusaders sought world domination a couple centuries before the first European (Christian) crusaders fought back, seeking to restore access to the great city of Jerusalem.
Global Conquest is the Goal of Islam
The following video from MEMRITV.org certifies the goal of Islam to conquer the entire world and the plan for implementing conquest.
Are Muslims good people? Most assuredly they are. As best I can learn, only a vocal minority are in to beheading, enslavement, jihad, etc. I hasten to point out it was only a minority of colonists who wished to rebel against the British Crown.
At some point in a movement, the minority reaches a tipping point that draws in others to the cause. So it will be with Islam and American Muslims. Muslim expansion has surpassed the tipping point in most of Europe. It can happen here in America, too.