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Video: Alarming increase in Muslim Anti-Semitism in the West in the 21st Century: Did Arab Conquerers Export Anti-Semitism to Europe?


Muslim and Arab anti-semitism have increased dramatically since year 2000 all across the West. This bestial targeting and hatred of random people simply for being jews, did not exist in the earliest recorded fragments of Islam that lived fairly mixed with Christian and Jews in the Middle East without seeking to conquer their land and create a totalitarian system. This changed with the Caliphate and mainly with the Umayyad dynasty and Abd Al-Malik (who we believe is the actual original Mohammed described in the Hadiths) who compiled the first written Quran.

Sunni Islam stipulates that the head of state, the caliph, should be selected by Shura – elected by Muslims or their representatives. Followers of Shia Islam believe the caliph should be an imam chosen by God from the Ahl al-Bayt (Muhammad’s purified progeny). From the end of the Rashidun period until 1924, caliphates, sometimes two at a single time, real and illusory, were ruled by dynasties. The first dynasty was the Umayyad. This was followed by the Abbasid, the Fatimid (not recognized by Muslims outside the Fatimid domain), and finally the Ottoman Dynasty.

The first Caliphate, Umayyad, sought to aggressively expand their rule and power, and were responsible for the writing and spreading of Islam. Incidentally the Umayyad created the only first historical evidence of Islam from the regions. It begs to question whether Islam is the authentic and original creative by the Umayyad caliphs themselves and not by a prophet; no historical evidence exist at all of a prophet Mohammed having lived c. 570 – c. 8 June 632. There is plenty of historical evidence of the Caliphs existence. Historical descriptions of the life and persona of Umayyad Caliph Abd Al-Malik is identical to “prophet Mohammed”. The word Mohammed was a formal term of reverence and used for dignitaries and people of influence. The Umayyad caliph raided, invaded and went on murder sprees all across the Middle East, occupying land belonging to Christians, Jews and pagans.

Incidentally, the pagans worshiped a moon god called Alla. It is our belief that Caliph Al-Malik brought this worship of the moon god Alla on his raids across the regions. We believe Abd Al-Malik’s rule created the first teaching of Islam, the story of a prophet Mohammed which was Abd Al-Malik himself, and the idolizing of Alla, by adding his own version to all plagiarizing sections of paganism, the Torah and Christianity, that he came across during his raids, and put this together as one book – the Quran. The oldest Quran was written in many different dialects, demonstrating that is came from various different regions which would confirm this theory.

The symbol of Islam has always been the crescent moon. The pagan moon god, the god of war, was called Alla. Archaeologists have uncovered temples to the Moon-god throughout the Middle East. From the mountains of Turkey to the banks of the Nile, the most wide-spread religion of the ancient world was the worship of the Moon-god.

The extreme anti-Semitism has mainly grown out of proportion from Arab propaganda, and according to historians have been a part of Islamic ‘tradition’ for centuries. Jews are accused by Muslims to have “poisoned” Mohammed. Jews were also opposed to Mohammed during his raids and invasions, and when he would enter their cities the Jews refused to provide accommodation to Mohammed and his vicious followers.

The Jewish heritage and history is not acknowledged by the Arabs, which means the ancient regions of Israel, initially taken from the jews during brutal slaughters and invasions by the Umayyad Caliph’s and Caliphs through history, is not considered jewish. Although there exist no evidence of a Mohammed even being born, while the jewish history has a massive amount of evidence going back thousands of years, Arabs refuse to acknowledge the jewish right to their heritage and history.

Did Arabs Export Anti-Semitism To Europe?

This program does not analyze that Arabs, who were slave traders for 1400 years and tried to invade Europe, could have exported anti-semitism to Christians in Europe via propaganda. Jews and Christians lived side-by-side in the Middle East without evidence of violent enmity prior to the forced introduction of Islam in the area. During Arab efforts to conquer Venice, Rome, Spain and spreading into France the Arabs brought diseases like Ebola and the Plague to Europe from Persia and Africa, where they engaged in slavery and trading, wiping out half of Europe’s population. According to this program jews became blamed by the Christians for bringing these diseases into Europe. Did Arabs intentionally infect jews with African diseases and then brought these jews as slaves to Europe to further spread the disease there as a means of warfare?


Young Muslims who are against anti-semitism and refuse to take any part in Muslim hatred and targeting of jews are called “Traitors” and defamed online.

2 thoughts on “Video: Alarming increase in Muslim Anti-Semitism in the West in the 21st Century: Did Arab Conquerers Export Anti-Semitism to Europe?

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  2. “the earliest recorded fragments of Islam that lived fairly mixed with Christian and Jews in the Middle East”…

    Meh, maybe so if you’re right in the sense that the history was re-written later on by the caliphate. But when I read the accounts of how Muhammad treated the Jews of Khaybar, exacting a 50 percent jizya + kharaj tax against them, how Abu Bakr threatened to cut off the head of a rabbi who wouldn’t loan Muhammad money, etc., I just can’t believe that the post-Medina Muhammad and the Jews were all that chummy…


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