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The Australian Criminal between Islamophobia and the Phobia of the West: The Scenario of Total Destruction after the New Zealand Massacre (3)

 

The Australian Criminal between Islamophobia and the Phobia of the West: The Scenario of Total Destruction after the New Zealand Massacre (3)

 

Published in March 19, 2019

Translated by: Ahmed Fathy

 

 

 

 The current environment is being prepared to witness mutual terrorist crimes (by Wahabis and by extremist white people) reinforced by Islamophobia in the West expressed by many of the West people and the phobia of the West expressed by most Muhammadans. Because we never lose hope for introducing reform, we write more details on this topic in the points below

 

Firstly: Islamophobia in the West:  

1- A female friend of ours is an Egyptian-American woman; she has given birth to her daughter inside the USA; this daughter is now 30 years old; when she visited Cairo, Egypt, for the first time with her mother, she heard the call of the dawn prayers from a nearby mosque; once she heard the phrase (God is the Greatest!), or Allahu Akbar! in Arabic, she panicked and jumped out of bed while screaming; she assumed that a terrorist crime has been committed; this is because the phrase (God is the Greatest!) is associated inside her mind with terrorism and Wahabi terrorists.   

2- In a movie we have watched on TV, a non-Muslim terrorist planted time bombs in a stadium, during a match, filled with thousands of people; the hero of the movie discovered the time bombs and asked his assistant (a Muslim Indian immigrant in the USA) to help him make people leave the stadium immediately; this assistant kept shouting at people to inform them about the bombs but no one cared to hear him; he had a brilliant idea to make them leave at once: he shouted at them the phrase (God is the Greatest!), or Allahu Akbar! in Arabic, and they left swiftly in panic. 

3- The phrase (God is the Greatest!), or Allahu Akbar! in Arabic is used by Wahabi terrorists while they commit their terrorist operations or suicide attacks; this phrase causes panic to the West people. YouTube is filled with funny, laughter-inducing videos which make use of that panic. 

4- Terrorist suicide attacks is not familiar in the West; the West non-Wahabi terrorists commit their terrorist operations without committing suicide; this is exemplified by the Australian terrorist and former gym trainer Brenton Tarrant. The suicide attacks in the West is committed by Wahabi terrorists only who explode themselves in streets (or in public places or means of transportation) while dressed in casual clothes to appear as if they were ordinary people so as not to catch the attention of others; they suicide attacks are expected to take place anytime anywhere in the West; this is the major cause of panic; the West people everywhere typically doubt any persons who have Middle-Eastern features. This doubt, suspicion, and fear is now known as Islamophobia.  

5- We quote the Wikipedia here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamophobia): (...Islamophobia is the fear, hatred of, or prejudice against, the Islamic religion or Muslims generally, especially when seen as a geopolitical force or the source of terrorism. The term was first used in the early 20th century and it emerged as a neologism in the 1970s, then it became increasingly salient during the 1980s and 1990s, and it reached public policy prominence with the report by the Runnymede Trust's Commission on British Muslims and Islamophobia (CBMI) entitled Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All (1997). The introduction of the term was justified by the report's assessment that "anti-Muslim prejudice has grown so considerably and so rapidly in recent years that a new item in the vocabulary is needed". The causes and characteristics of Islamophobia are still debated. Some commentators have posited an increase in Islamophobia resulting from the September 11 attacks, the rise of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, some from multiple terror attacks in Europe and the United States, while others have associated it with the increased presence of Muslims in the United States and in the European Union. Some people also question the validity of the term. The academics S. Sayyid and Abdoolkarim Vakil maintain that Islamophobia is a response to the emergence of a distinct Muslim public identity globally, the presence of Muslims in itself not being an indicator of the degree of Islamophobia in a society. Sayyid and Vakil maintain that there are societies where virtually no Muslims live but many institutionalized forms of Islamophobia still exist in them ... The word Islamophobia is a neologism[27] formed from Islam and -phobia, a Greek suffix used in English to form "nouns with the sense 'fear of  – ', 'aversion to – '. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word means "Intense dislike or fear of Islam, esp. as a political force; hostility or prejudice towards Muslims" and is attested in English as early as 1923. The University of California at Berkeley's Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project suggested this working definition: "Islamophobia is a contrived fear or prejudice fomented by the existing Eurocentric and Orientalist global power structure. It is directed at a perceived or real Muslim threat through the maintenance and extension of existing disparities in economic, political, social and cultural relations, while rationalizing the necessity to deploy violence as a tool to achieve 'civilizational rehab' of the target communities (Muslim or otherwise). Islamophobia reintroduces and reaffirms a global racial structure through which resource distribution disparities are maintained and extended." ... In 1996, the Runnymede Trust established the Commission on British Muslims and Islamophobia ...The Commission's report, Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us All, was published in November 1997 ... In the Runnymede report, Islamophobia was defined as "an outlook or world-view involving an unfounded dread and dislike of Muslims, which results in practices of exclusion and discrimination." ... The exact definition of Islamophobia continues to be discussed with academics such as Chris Allen saying that it lacks a clear definition. According to Erik Bleich, in his article "Defining and Researching Islamophobia", even when definitions are more specific, there is still significant variation in the precise formulations of Islamophobia. As with parallel concepts like homophobia or xenophobia, Islamophobia connotes a broader set of negative attitudes or emotions directed at individuals of groups because of perceived membership in a defined category. Mattias Gardell defines Islamophobia as "socially reproduced prejudices and aversion to Islam and Muslims, as well as actions and practices that attack, exclude or discriminate against persons on the basis that they are or perceived to be Muslim and be associated with Islam" ...).

6- We assert the following points.

6/1: Islamophobia is the normal reaction to Wahabi terrorism, past and present, which occurs because of still-active religious motives. Wahabi terrorists assume wrongly that their heinous crimes constitute 'Islamic jihad' and that they deserve Paradise with tens of houris waiting for the suicide-attackers. This means that Sunnite Wahabi terrorism will go on as long as such Wahabi belief system of Satan goes on. 

6/2: The West thinkers who have coined the term (Islamophobia) sympathize with the ordinary 'Muslims' and with Islam; they have mentioned that the number of 'Muslims' worldwide is 1.5 billion people, whereas 'Muslim' terrorists are few thousands of people only among them. The West thinkers assert that there are other terrorist movements which belong to other religions, even among the West people, including the Irish revolutionaries and their terrorist crimes.

6/3: The term (Islamophobia) means hatred and fear of Islam and 'Muslims' in general; this is a main tenet within the white supremacists and the West xenophobic extremist white people. whether they are preachers of hate and violence or preachers/combattants like the Australian terrorist Tarrant. Those racist extremist white people are not different at all from (and are in fact the counterparts of) the Wahabis who hate the West for religious reasons.   

 

Secondly: phobia of the West within most of the Muhammadans: deep-seated hatred of the West driven by religious motives and historical roots:

1- The historical roots harken back to the era of the sinful pre-Umayyad caliphs who initiated the Arab conquests and divided the world into two territories of belief/peace ad disbelief/war, making the territory of 'infidels' as the side which must be hated and fought within 'Islamic jihad' until the end of days.

2- Within the books of Ibn Abdul-Wahab (founder of Wahabism), he asserts that hating 'infidels' (Jews + Christians) and 'polytheists' (i.e., non-Wahabi Sunnites and all Shiites and Sufis) is part of religion. During the first Saudi kingdom, Ibn Abdul-Wahab led military raids and campaigns against non-Wahabi Arabs in Arabia and Iraq, as he deemed them as polytheists who deserve to die. The Wahabis of the first and second Saudi kingdoms never reached the West which is filled with 'infidels' and this is why Europe was safe from them at the time. Within Wahabi jihad, Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud managed to establish the third, current Saudi kingdom, using the swords of jihadists known at the time as the Wahabi Najd Brothers, who were savage, brutal fighters and religious fanatics and extremists.  

3- Of course, hating all non-Wahabis (especially in the West) is an integral part of the Wahabi religion of Satan. The Wahabi Najd Brothers who helped Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud establish his Saudi kingdom revolted against him because he had close relations with the British (deemed by Wahabis as 'infidels' who must be fought to death!) and because he introduced into Arabia 'devilish' inventions of the West (e.g., cars, wireless, and motorcycles). Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud fought, defeated, and annihilated the Najd Brothers who rebelled against him; he established the terrorist MB organization in Egypt with the help of his agents there: Rasheed Reda and Hassan Al-Banna. The Saudi king Feisal used the oil revenues to spread and propagate Wahabism all over the world; this resulted in the Wahabi jihadists (e.g., the MB organization, Al-Qaeda, Hamas, and ISIS) committing terrorist operations in the West, and victims of such Wahabi terrorist operations are non-Wahabi 'Muslims' as well as Israelis, Jews, and Christians.   

 

Thirdly: the roots of hating the West within the religion of Sunnite Muhammadans in the very first fake biography of Muhammad authored by M. Ibn Ishaq:

1- In his books, Ibn Abdul-Wahab heavily quotes Ibn Ishaq. The author Ibn Ishaq died in c. 152 A.H., and he fabricated the biography of Muhammad; he wrote it from his own imagination; he portrayed a fake image of Muhammad to make his life resembles that of the Abbasid caliph Abou Jaffer Al-Mansour. In fact, Ibn Ishaq was commanded and financially rewarded by Al-Mehdi, son and successor of Abou Jaffer Al-Mansour, to write such a fake biography of Muhammad. Naturally, Ibn Ishaq was influenced by the dominant culture of his era when there was a military struggle between the Arabs and the Byzantines. This military struggle was initiated by the caliphs Abou Bakr and Omar whose military troops committed the aggression of attacking the Byzantine and the Persian empires. This military struggle continued and exacerbated during the lifetime of Ibn Ishaq. This is why he invented imaginary events and ascribed them to Muhammad and he distorted his real character (found only in the Quranic text). Ibn Ishaq in his fake biography made Muhammad appear as a leader of launching wars of aggression and invasion. In contrast, the Quran tells us that all battles of Muhammad and the people of Yathreb were in cases of legitimate self-defense against aggressors; the Quran contains legislations about self-defense fighting.    

2- The Quranic revelation depicts the events of the life of Muhammad, especially his relations with his wives, companions, and the polytheistic aggressors. Many Quranic verses contain comments, reproaches, warnings, and commands addressed to Muhammad. Within such details, all battles of self-defense of the Yathreb city-state are mentioned sans exception until the Arabs of Arabia embraced the religion of peace (i.e., Islam in terms of peaceful behavior and nonviolence as per the Quranic verses 110:1-3) and stopped their military aggression.

3- Ibn Ishaq wrote his fake biography of Muhammad about 150 years after the death of Muhammad; he intentionally disregarded the real life-events of Muhammad in the Quranic text and he invented many lies/fabrications/myths about Muhammad; e.g., that Muhammad killed off captured men (or POWs) and enslaved women. Besides, Ibn Ishaq fabricated stories of battles which never took place, and they include the imaginary battle of Mo'ta as Ibn Ishaq imagined that Muhammad sent military troops to the Levant to fight the Byzantines in the Levant while he stayed in Yathreb!  

 

Fourthly: the myth/lie of the battle of Mo'ta in the fake biography of Muhammad authored by Ibn Ishaq:

 We quote few lines from the book by Ibn Ishaq about the so-called battle of Mo'ta, followed by our comments.

1- Ibn Ishaq writes thee following about Muhammad and dates his fake narrative to the year 8 A.H.: (... In the middle of the eighth year A.H., Prophet Muhammad, peace and salutations be upon Him, sent a campaign into the Levant ...). Ibn Ishaq wants his readers to imagine that Muhammad sent military troops to conquer the Levant which was controlled at the time by the Byzantines.

2- Ibn Ishaq writes: (... I heard M. Ibn Jaffer Ibn Al-Zubayr said that Orwa Ibn Al-Zubayr said that Prophet Muhammad, peace and salutations be upon Him, sent a military campaign to a place in the Levant known as Mo'ta in 8 A.H. and the leaders were Zeid Ibn Haretha, and if he is wounded or killed, he is to be replaced by Jaffer Ibn Abou Talib, and if he is wounded or killed, he is to be replaced by Abdullah Ibn Rawaha ...).

2/1: Ibn Ishaq wants his readers to imagine that Muhammad appointed three leaders to such Arab military troops sent to conquer the Levant.

2/2: This is laughter-inducing indeed; Ibn Ishaq is an inveterate liar;M. Ibn Jaffer Ibn Al-Zubayr and Orwa Ibn Al-Zubayr were dead and they never met Ibn Ishaq at all; how come that he heard them?! Besides, Orwa is born in 23 A.H. after the death of Muhammad and during the reign of the caliph Omar Ibn Al-Khattab; this means Orwa never saw Muhammad; how come he would narrate events he never witnessed?!

3- Ibn Ishaq writes more lies: (... Once Heraclius, the Byzantine emperor, heard of the Arab troops marching towards the Levant, he mobilized his byzantine troops of 200 thousand soldier and some Arabs of Iraq and of the Levant ... the Arab troops settled in their camp near the borders of the Levant and the military leaders decided to send a letter to Prophet Muhammad, peace and salutations be upon Him, to inform him of the number of the byzantine troops so that he would decide if they would fight them anyway or to wait until reinforcements would come from Yathreb ...). This means that Heraclius faced the Arab troops with Byzantine troops which comprised 200 thousand men, both Byzantines and Arabs.

4- Ibn Ishaq writes more myths; he mentions that the three military leaders of the Arab troops got killed in battle and Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed had to appoint himself as the new military leader to organize the retreat process of the defeated Arab troops.

5- Ibn Ishaq writes another lie; i.e., Muhammad who was in Yathreb knew that the Arab troops were defeated in Yathreb without anyone telling him so: (... Suddenly, Prophet Muhammad, peace and salutations be upon Him, broke his silence and told those around him that he has been just informed about the defeat of the military troops sent to the Levant and that the three military leaders got killed while carrying the banners; he said he has been informed that the souls of the three of them went straight to Paradise ...).

5/1: Ibn Ishaq here tells a very silly lie; who told Muhammad? Was it a divine revelation?! This cannot be true; the Quran tells us that Muhammad never knew or talked about the metaphysical aspects of the unseen, the unknown, and the future. Thus, how would he know about the defeat of the Arab troops supposedly sent to conquer the Levant and fight the Byzantines?!

5/2: How come that Ibn Ishaq would mention that a leader sent Arab military troops limited in number to commit aggression and to attack the biggest power in the ancient world at the time (i.e., the Byzantines) in the Levant?! The Byzantines were very powerful after they defeated the Persians and Heraclius was a very well-known Byzantine emperor at the time after his victory over the Persians.   

5/3: How come that Ibn Ishaq would mention that Muhammad sent military troops to the Levant while he remained lagging behind in Yathreb?! This contradicts the Quran. The Lord God has reproached the hypocrites of Yathreb for their refusal to participate in the self-defense fighting against aggressors: "They prefer to be with those who stay behind. Their hearts were sealed, so they do not understand." (9:87); "...They are content to be with those who stay behind. God has sealed their hearts, so they do not know." (9:93). To remain with women and children by being reluctant to participate in the self-defense fighting against aggressors is a big disgrace and a source of shame; this is the context of understanding the rebuke in Quranic verses 9:87 and 9:93. Thus, it is impossible and illogical to believe in the myth by Ibn Ishaq that Muhammad would send military troops of aggression to attack the biggest power in the ancient world at the time (i.e., the Byzantines) while he would remain in Yathreb along with women and children!

5/4: This mythical story of Ibn Ishaq ends 'happily' as the military leader Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed retreated with his defeated Arab troops in peace! It is impossible and illogical that the Byzantine emperor Heraclius who had massive armies to allow the Arab aggressive military troops to retreat in peace. 

 

Fifthly: the real source of danger in the myths/lies authored by Ibn Ishaq:

1- The fake biography of Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq enjoys until now being believed in and sanctified by the Sunnite Muhammadans; notable Sunnite historians (e.g. Ibn Hisham, Al-Tabari, Al-Masoody, Ibn Al-Atheer, and Ibn Al-Jawzy) quoted heavily from it. Hence, the fake biography of Muhammad authored by Ibn Ishaq has become part and parcel of the Sunnite religion of Satan and it has inspired Ibn Abdul-Wahab (the founder of Wahabism) within this books which urge terrorism and hatred of the (other) (i.e., all non-Wahabis). Until now, the sanctified fake biography of Muhammad authored by Ibn Ishaq is an integral part of the Muhammadans' Sunnite and Sufi religions of Satan; most of the Muhammadans believe in it as an 'infallible' biography!  

2- The fake biography of Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq aims at 'justifying' belatedly the crimes of military aggression of the deified caliphs Abou Bakr and Omar against the Byzantines.

3- The fake biography of Muhammad written by Ibn Ishaq have contributed until now to the deep-rooted hatred of the West (Byzantines, Europeans, and others) within the psyche of the Sunnite and Wahabi Muhammadans; this is the cultural background which gives a pretext to the Australian terrorist and his likes.

 

Lastly:

1- The myths/lies of Ibn Ishaq distracted the attention away from the biggest miraculous historical indication in the Quran about the Byzantines.  

2- This topic of the Byzantines in the Quran entails another separate article.


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