An archaeological research carried out beneath the Mediterranean Sea and on land, together with a database of ancient documents recently discovered, enables us to track history and economies. This database and archaeological research reveals 548 battles that were fought for Islam (Dr Bill Warner,

Islam entered the world through the Byzantine Empire (the Eastern side of the Roman Empire). The Byzantine Empire constituted North Africa and Middle East. Classical civilization of the Greeks and Romans was annihilated and replaced by Islamic civilization.

In the first 13 years of Islam, Mohammed attempted to get converts through dialogue but could convert only 150 people. He then resolved to Jihad. Through Jihad, 300000 people were converted within the space of 25years. Ever since then, Jihad has been the only means of spreading Islam. The constant violence in Islam is because of the doctrine of Jihad. Mohammed started and commanded Jihad. The doctrine of Jihad is found in all Islam Manuals:

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History of Jihad

7th Century:

Destruction of Jazima tribe by Khalid

Khalid at Battle of Olayis, Iraq

Khalid rapes – Khalid beheaded a captain of the Persian-Zoroastrian tribe and raped his wife in the pool of his blood

Umar’s conquest of Jerusalem made Jews and Christians dhimmis

Golden Age 8th – 14th Century

8th Century

Attack on Sind – 26000 Hindus

Armenian Nobles burned

Ephesus- 7000 Greeks enslaved

9th Century

All new churches destroyed

Amorium massive enslavement

Egyptian Christians revolt over Jizyah (dhimmi tax)

10th Century

Thessalonica – 22000 enslaved

Seville – Christians massacred

30000 churches destroyed in Egypt and Syria

11th Century

6000 Jews in Morroco killed

Hundreds of Jews on Gordoba killed

4000 Jews in Grenada killed

Georgia and Armenia invaded

Hindustan, 15000 killed, 500000 enslaved

12th Century

Yemen- Jews must convert or die

Christians of Grenada deported to Morroco

India – many cities destroyed under the order of “convert or die”, 20000 enslaved in one town

13th Century

India – 50000 Hindus freed due to conversion

20-year campaign created 400000 new Muslims out of Hindus

Buddhist monks butchered, nuns raped

Damascus and Safed – Christians massacred

Jews of Marrakesh massacred

14th Century

Cairo riots, churches burned

Jews of Tabriz forced to convert

India – Tamerlane kills 90000 people in 1day

India – 30000 killed in cold blood

Tughlag took 180000 Hindu slaves

15th Century

India – Tamerlane destroys 700 villages in India

Tamerlane annihilated Nestorian and Jacobite Christians

After 700 years of attack, Islam captures Constantinople

16th Century

India – Son of Tamerlane destroys temples and forced conversion

Generals built two towers of human heads after victories

Hindu women began general suicide to avoid being sex-slaved

17th Century

Jews of Yemen and Persia forced to convert

Forced conversion of Greek Christians

Persia – Zoroastrian persecution

600000 Hindus killed by Akbar

18th Century

Zoroastrian Persecution intensified

Jews of Jedda expelled

Jews of Morroco killed

Hindu persecution continues

19th Century

Forced conversion of Jews in Iran

Jews of Baghdad killed

250000 of Armenian Christians killed in Turkey

Zoroastrians annihilated in Iran

20th Century

Over 1million of Turkish Armenian Christians

Baghdad Golden age

Christians and Jews were dhimmis

Islam destroys 90% of books – if a book did not support Islam doctrine, it was burned. Most ancient knowledge got lost.

Christian women were sex-slaved

Christians did all the vaunted translations of books from Greek and Latin

The Islam world came about from relentless brutal persecution of anyone who was not a Muslim. There is a database of 19000 Jihad attacks since the 9/11/2001 attack in the US. Islam is bad for both Kafis and Muslims. The Kafis includes all those who are not Muslims (The Jews, the Buddhist in Thailand, the Hindus in India, the Christians, the Secularist -Europe).

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This list excludes the number of Muslim victims

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The Origin and Growth of Islam

According to Islamic tradition, the “angel Gabriel” appeared to the Prophet when he was 40 years of age for over a period of 20 years, revealing to him many messages from “God”. In his forties, he began to retire to meditate in a cave on Mount Hira, just outside Mecca.  One day, as he was sitting in the cave, he heard a voice, later identified as that of the “Angel Gabriel”, which ordered him to:

“Recite: In the name of thy Lord who created, Created man from a clot of blood.” (Quran 96:1-2)

The Prophet dedicated the remainder of his life to spreading a message he had received from the “angel Gabriel”. In 622AD, he fled from north to the city of Medina to escape growing persecution. This event marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar. Eight years later, Muhammad returned to Mecca with an army and conquered the city for Islam.

Mohammed led the first battle for Islam and it took place near Badr, now a small town southwest of Medina. The Muslim forces routed the Meccans. A year later the Meccans struck back. Assembling an army of three thousand men, they met the Muslims at Uhud, a ridge outside Medina. After initial successes, the Muslims were driven back and the prophet himself was wounded. Two years later, the Muslims gathered an army of ten thousand, attacked Medina again but with quite different results. In this battle (known as Battle of the Trench or the Battle of the Confederates), the Muslims scored a signal victory. Thereafter Medina was entirely in the hands of the Muslims.

The clans that accepted Mohammed as the Prophet of “God” form an alliance, the constitution of Medina. The constitution defined the political status of the Muslim Community and the role of non-Muslims in the community. Muhammad also made a series of alliances among the tribes that, by 628AD, he and fifteen hundred followers could demand access to the Kaaba.

The Muslim community was faced with the problem of succession after the death of Muhammad. Abu Bakr succeeded Mohammed. Abu Bakr swiftly disciplined those who attempted to revolt against Islam. Later, he consolidated the support of the tribes within the Arabian Peninsula and subsequently funneled their energies against the powerful empires of the East: the Sassanians in Persia (today’s Iran) and the Byzantines in Syria, Palestine, and Egypt.

The second caliph, Umar, appointed by Abu Bakr, extended Islam’s temporal rule over Syria, Egypt, Iraq, and Persia. Within four years after the death of the prophet, the Muslim state had extended its sway over all of Syria and had, at a famous battle fought during a sandstorm near the River Yarmuk, blunted the power of the Byzantines. Umar, who served as caliph for ten years, ended his rule with a significant victory over the Persian Empire. The struggle with the Sassanid realm had opened in 636AD at al-Qadisiyah, near Ctesiphon in Iraq. With the Battle of Nihavand, called the “Conquest of Conquests,” Umar sealed the fate of Persia; henceforth it was to be one of the most important provinces in the Muslim Empire (A Brief History of Islam (part 4 of 5): The Caliphate of Abu Bakr and Umar).

Today, Muslims are of two main denominations: Sunni (75–90%) or Shia (10–20%). About 13% of Muslims live in Indonesia, the largest Muslim majority country, 25% in South Asia, 20% in the Middle East, and 15% in Sub-Saharan Africa. Sizable Muslim communities are also found in Europe, China, Russia, and the Americas. Converts and immigrant communities are found in almost every part of the world, with about 1.62 billion followers or 23% of the global population.

Today, Islam is the second largest religion by number of adherents and, according to many sources, the fastest growing major religion in the world.

Life of Mohammed, the Prophet of Islam

Mohammed was born into a family belonging to a clan of Quraysh, the ruling tribe of Mecca, a city in the Hijaz region of northwestern Arabia. His father died before his birth and his mother died when he was six years old. As an orphan, he was taken care of by his grandfather. When his grandfather passed away, he was taken custody by his Uncle, Abu Talib.

About the year 590AD, when Muhammad was in his twenties, be began to trade caravans under the service of a merchant widow named Khadijah. He later married her and had two sons and four daughters. Only one daughter, Fatimid survived. He was raised illiterate, unable to read or write, and remained so till his death.

As written in Islam Mohammed and the Quran (Mohammed’s wives);

Mohammed had fourteen wives in addition to many concubines. Not one of them was mentioned in the Quran by name, for Islam has no regard for women. They were, however, mentioned in Muhammad’s biography written by Ibn Hesham. His last wife was called Aisha. She was betrothed to him at the age of six and when she was nine, married and consummated the marriage. He also married his daughter in law, called Zainab, the daughter of Gahsh and wife of his adopted son.

According to the Qur’an, “God” forbade anyone to marry the wives of Muhammad after he died, because of their respect and honour for him (Quran33:53).

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