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Posted: 9/7/2004 10:18:52 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 11:36:26 AM EST by vito113]
I must confess to being a bit confused by this fine Islamic book on the history of Muslims in America from… 1312?

I was sure Columbus found you in 1492!



Muslims in America - Seven
Centuries of History (1312-2000)

In the past century many articles and books have been written about Muslim Americans. We also have seen part of America's Islamic heritage and Muslim characters appear in many African American folk tales like The People Could Fly, Uncle Remus, Alex Haley's Roots, and some of Toni Morrison's books such as Tar Baby and The Song of Solomon. This book brings into focus a concise history of Muslim Americans and their contributions to the United States of America. The reader will find the book a useful educational tool for children, students, adults, Muslims, and non-Muslims alike. Among the many little-known but significant facts revealed by this book are that the first person to request the freedom of all slaves in America was a Muslim; that Muslims fought in many of the early America wars; and that Muslims were known to live in at least 7 of the 13 original colonies, such as Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia.
The author, Amir Nashid Muhammad ibn West, is a well-known businessman, computer consultant, and published poet. Mr. Muhammad converted to Islam in 1974. The book was written so that he could leave his children, grandchildren, and the general public (both Muslim and non-Muslim) a clearer picture of America's rich Islamic heritage. Mr. Muhammed is currently the president of Collections and Stories of American Muslims (Traveling Exhibit and Museum) -- a nonprofit organization. This book is the first effort toward establishing an Islamic museum and traveling exhibit.
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www.noorart.com/product734.html

Andy
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:20:33 AM EST
I can say with complete certainty that there were NO muslims in the viking settlement in the americas that took place long before columbus.


Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:23:42 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:23:42 AM EST
Is it considered revisionist history when they make something up completely from scratch?
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:25:54 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:26:21 AM EST

Originally Posted By motown_steve:
Is it considered revisionist history when they make something up completely from scratch?



It's quite true... The Sultan Ali took the Americas from the Sleestacks in 1312, much to the dismay of the anti forked tounge tree dwellers.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:30:08 AM EST
1312 was an auspicious rookie year for grizzled veteran driver and greatest former champion ever Dale Jarrett, who wowed a crowd of 30-40 Okeefanokee indians by winning the first ever Daytona 500 in a wheeled cypress mulchbark canoe pulled by a team of 4 alligators. Early American Muslims protested the victory by sacrificing a manatee to Allah.

Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:31:53 AM EST
I will give them 1312, but I assure them that after 2005 there won't be many left.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:32:52 AM EST
This sort of reminds me of the people a few years ago who reminded us that the ancient Egyptians were black Africans and immensely advanced, even having unlocked the secrets of manned flight thousands of years before the Wright brothers.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:33:25 AM EST

Originally Posted By Merrell:
1312 was an auspicious rookie year for grizzled veteran driver and greatest former champion ever Dale Jarrett, who wowed a crowd of 30-40 Okeefanokee indians by winning the first ever Daytona 500 in a wheeled cypress mulchbark canoe pulled by a team of 4 alligators. Early American Muslims protested the victory by sacrificing a manatee to Allah.




Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:44:51 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 10:46:08 AM EST by Noname]
Muhammad Chingachgook...?
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:47:50 AM EST

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:
I can say with complete certainty that there were NO muslims in the viking settlement in the americas that took place long before columbus.





Don't be a hater.

The religion of peace discovered everything worthwhile in this world. Ok?
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:48:58 AM EST
Prominnent Muslim-Americans include Muhammed al Jihad, history's first known suicide bomber , who, in 1735 strapped a barrel of black poweder to his chest and detonated himself in front of a Boston synagogue.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:52:13 AM EST

Originally Posted By Noname:
Muhammad Chingachgook...?



Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:56:03 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 10:58:01 AM EST

Originally Posted By Lightning_P38:
I now realize, that in 1312, the devout Muslims realized the need to defeat the ultimate satan that is the United States, so they immedialtly dispatched thousands of young men and women to bring Jihad to the infedels. This was the basis of the Modern Holy War, anybody who disparages these mighty warriors, shall be thrown into deepest chasms of hell.



I guess I better pack extra sunblock!
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:01:16 AM EST

Originally Posted By DK-Prof:

Originally Posted By Merrell:
1312 was an auspicious rookie year for grizzled veteran driver and greatest former champion ever Dale Jarrett, who wowed a crowd of 30-40 Okeefanokee indians by winning the first ever Daytona 500 in a wheeled cypress mulchbark canoe pulled by a team of 4 alligators. Early American Muslims protested the victory by sacrificing a manatee to Allah.







+1!
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:01:58 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:16:38 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 11:17:57 AM EST by vito113]


You! Hawkeye! In the name of the Prophet, Peace and Blessings be upon him… I Abdel El Magua say… fuck off Infidel!… we were here first!
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:18:47 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:21:00 AM EST
the 1312 interested me and I found this via google

Muslims In America Prior To Columbus
by Amir Nashid Ali Muhammad
Source: www.islamweb.net

History shows that Muslims came to the Americas in four different waves, the first as explorers, then those fleeing the Spanish inquisition, during the Barbary Coast Wars and the enslavement of Africans, and by immigration starting in the mid-to-late 1870s.

Historical Points (1312 - 1684)

In 1312, African Muslims arrived in the Gulf of Mexico for exploration of the American interior using the Mississippi River as their access route. These Muslim explorers were from Mali and other parts of West Africa. The brother of Mansa Musa, Abu bakari, was one of the first to set sail to America from Africa.

In 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World, he was strongly influenced by the geography of the 13th-century Arab scholar, Al-Idrissi, who served as an adviser to King Roger of Sicily. Columbus had with him a copy of Al-Idrissi's works mentioning the discovery of a new continent by eight Muslim explorers. He also had some Muslim crew members with him for translation and other services.

Columbus had two captains of Muslim origin during his first voyage, one named Martin Alonso Pinzon, the captain of the Pinta, and his brother Vicente Yanex Pinzon the captain of the Nina. They were wealthy expert ship outfitters who helped organize Columbus's expedition and repaired the flagship Santa Maria. The Pinzon family was related to Abuzayan Muhammad III, the Moroccan Sultan of the Marinid Dynasty (1196 - 1465).

October 21, 1492, Columbus admitted in his papers that while his ship was sailing near Gibara on the northeast of Cuba, he saw a Mosque on the top of a beautiful mountain. Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.

In Dr. Barry Fell's book Saga America, he reports that the southwest Pima people possessed a vocabulary which contained words of Arabic origin. Dr. Fell also reports that in Inyo County, California, there exits an early rock carving which stated in Arabic: "Yasus ben Maria" ("Jesus, Son of Mary"). Dr. Fell discovered the existence of schools in Nevada. Colorado and New Mexico.

In 1527, the Spanish explorer Panfilo de Narva'ez left Spain for the Americas. In his fleet he had five ships and six hundred people in his company. The expedition met with many hardships. Several ships were destroyed by a West Indies hurricane and a group of Indians killed a large number of the remaining members of the party. Afterward, when only a few members of the expedition were left, Cabeza de Vaca, the former treasurer of Narva'ez took up the leadership of the remaining members of the party with Estevanico being among them.

Estevanico was called an Arab Negro, a Muslim who came from Azamore on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco. He was one of first two persons to reach the west coast of Mexico in an exploring overland expedition from Florida to the Pacific Coast. It's reported that Estevanico acted as a guide and it took them nine years to reach Mexico City where they told stories of their travels.

In 1538, Estevanico led an expedition from Mexico with Friar Marco, in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibolia, in which time he discovered Arizona and New Mexico. He was the first member of a different race reported to have visited the North Mexican Pueblos. He was killed in the city of Cibolia, one of the Seven Cities of the Zuni Indians, which is now New Mexico. Friar Marco, while following Estevanico's trail to Cibolia learned of his murder from an Indian messenger.

In 1539, Estevanico was one of the first of three Americans to cross this continent. At least two states owe their beginning to this Muslim, Arizona and New Mexico.

From 1566 to 1587, Spain kept and maintained a military outpost and settlement called Santa Elena on the southern tip of Parris Island, South Carolina. Portuguese were known to be among the Spaniards at Santa Elena. Today the Island is known as Saint Helena, South Carolina where they have an annual Gullah festival.

In Spain in 1568, the Alpujarra uprising of the Moriscos (Muslims who were forcibly converted to Catholicism) gave cause to another wave of Portuguese Moriscos to leave Spain.

In 1600, the first Melungeons were reported in the southern Appalachian valleys. As English and Scotch-Irish settlers moved in, they pushed the Melungeons into the mountains of North Carolina, and into Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia. The Melungeons were the first people, aside from Native Americans to penetrate so deeply into the Appalachian region. Many of the Melungeons were of primarily Portuguese ancestry, with North African and Indian traits. Among the early Portuguese were the Moriscos of Spain who were escaping persecution. Today there are still some Melungeons living secretively and many have assimilated into the American culture.

The Melungeons operated rich silver mines in the area of Straight Creek in the Cumberland Plateau, near Pineville, Kentucky. They minted silver coins in the area for their own use. By the time Kentucky joined the Union and became a Commonwealth, the independent secretive life of the Melungeons came to an end.

In 1600, The Indians told Jamestown residents that with only a six-day walk to the west, there were "people like you," who wore their hair short and built log houses.

In 1639, The First black recorded by name on the Delmarva Peninsula was called Anthony. He was delivered near present day Wilmington. He was often described as "an Angoler or Moor," and called "Blackmoor". (From the "Delaware's Forgotten Folk" The Story of the Moors &Nanticokes by C.A Weslager).

In 1654, English explorers from Jamestown reported finding a colony of bearded people "Moors" wearing European clothing, living in cabins, engaging in mining, smelting silver, and dropping to their knees to pray many times daily in the mountains of what is now, North Carolina.

In 1670, Virginia General Assembly 1670 Act declared who will be slaves, excluding Turks & Moors, whose countries were in amity with the King of England. (Page 491 of Virginia General Assembly 1733 and 1752 records).

In 1684, Moors are reported to have arrived in Delaware near Dover, and in Southern New Jersey near Bridgeton.

The descendants of some of the early Muslim visitors of North America are members in many of present day Indian tribes. Some of the tribes are the Alibamu tribe of Alabama, the Apaches, Anasazi, Arawak, Arikana, Black Indians of the Schuylkill river area in New York, the Cherokees, Creeks, Makkahs, Mahigans, Mohanets, Mohegans, Nanticokes, Seminoles, Zulus, and the Zuni.

The Moors were inhabitants of Delaware near Dover, and of Southern New Jersey near Bridgeton, and in parts of Southern Maryland; the Melungeons of Tennessee and Virginia; the Guineas of West Virginia; the Clappers of New York; the Turks of South Carolina; and the Laster Tribe near Hertford, NC. It is reported that the Laster Tribe were descendants from a Moorish captain who married a white woman and settled in the area.

Many African Americans are descendants of Muslims who came to America's shores after being enslaved in West Africa and some from losing in the Barbary Coast Wars in North Africa.

Summarized from: "Muslims in America" By: Amir Nashid Ali Muhammad
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:26:17 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:31:46 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 11:33:18 AM EST by motown_steve]

Originally Posted By Dino:
the 1312 interested me and I found this via google

Muslims In America Prior To Columbus
by Amir Nashid Ali Muhammad
Source: www.islamweb.net

History shows that Muslims came to the Americas in four different waves, the first as explorers, then those fleeing the Spanish inquisition, during the Barbary Coast Wars and the enslavement of Africans, and by immigration starting in the mid-to-late 1870s.

Historical Points (1312 - 1684)

In 1312, African Muslims arrived in the Gulf of Mexico for exploration of the American interior using the Mississippi River as their access route. These Muslim explorers were from Mali and other parts of West Africa. The brother of Mansa Musa, Abu bakari, was one of the first to set sail to America from Africa.



Then why were American Indians amazed at the sight of a black man when Lewis and Clark brought their slave into the American west? Because it is all Muslim bullshit that's why!


In 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World, he was strongly influenced by the geography of the 13th-century Arab scholar, Al-Idrissi, who served as an adviser to King Roger of Sicily. Columbus had with him a copy of Al-Idrissi's works mentioning the discovery of a new continent by eight Muslim explorers. He also had some Muslim crew members with him for translation and other services.


Then why did Columbus leave Spain expecting to find a route to India, when he knew that there would be a continent in between Spain and India? Because it is all muslim bullshit, that's why!


Columbus had two captains of Muslim origin during his first voyage, one named Martin Alonso Pinzon, the captain of the Pinta, and his brother Vicente Yanex Pinzon the captain of the Nina. They were wealthy expert ship outfitters who helped organize Columbus's expedition and repaired the flagship Santa Maria. The Pinzon family was related to Abuzayan Muhammad III, the Moroccan Sultan of the Marinid Dynasty (1196 - 1465).

October 21, 1492, Columbus admitted in his papers that while his ship was sailing near Gibara on the northeast of Cuba, he saw a Mosque on the top of a beautiful mountain. Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.

In Dr. Barry Fell's book Saga America, he reports that the southwest Pima people possessed a vocabulary which contained words of Arabic origin. Dr. Fell also reports that in Inyo County, California, there exits an early rock carving which stated in Arabic: "Yasus ben Maria" ("Jesus, Son of Mary"). Dr. Fell discovered the existence of schools in Nevada. Colorado and New Mexico.



Why would Muslims carve exhortations to Jesus Christ in the walls of caves? Becuase it is all bullshit that's why!


In 1527, the Spanish explorer Panfilo de Narva'ez left Spain for the Americas. In his fleet he had five ships and six hundred people in his company. The expedition met with many hardships. Several ships were destroyed by a West Indies hurricane and a group of Indians killed a large number of the remaining members of the party. Afterward, when only a few members of the expedition were left, Cabeza de Vaca, the former treasurer of Narva'ez took up the leadership of the remaining members of the party with Estevanico being among them.

Estevanico was called an Arab Negro, a Muslim who came from Azamore on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco. He was one of first two persons to reach the west coast of Mexico in an exploring overland expedition from Florida to the Pacific Coast. It's reported that Estevanico acted as a guide and it took them nine years to reach Mexico City where they told stories of their travels.

In 1538, Estevanico led an expedition from Mexico with Friar Marco, in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibolia, in which time he discovered Arizona and New Mexico. He was the first member of a different race reported to have visited the North Mexican Pueblos. He was killed in the city of Cibolia, one of the Seven Cities of the Zuni Indians, which is now New Mexico. Friar Marco, while following Estevanico's trail to Cibolia learned of his murder from an Indian messenger.

In 1539, Estevanico was one of the first of three Americans to cross this continent. At least two states owe their beginning to this Muslim, Arizona and New Mexico.

From 1566 to 1587, Spain kept and maintained a military outpost and settlement called Santa Elena on the southern tip of Parris Island, South Carolina. Portuguese were known to be among the Spaniards at Santa Elena. Today the Island is known as Saint Helena, South Carolina where they have an annual Gullah festival.

In Spain in 1568, the Alpujarra uprising of the Moriscos (Muslims who were forcibly converted to Catholicism) gave cause to another wave of Portuguese Moriscos to leave Spain.

In 1600, the first Melungeons were reported in the southern Appalachian valleys. As English and Scotch-Irish settlers moved in, they pushed the Melungeons into the mountains of North Carolina, and into Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia. The Melungeons were the first people, aside from Native Americans to penetrate so deeply into the Appalachian region. Many of the Melungeons were of primarily Portuguese ancestry, with North African and Indian traits. Among the early Portuguese were the Moriscos of Spain who were escaping persecution. Today there are still some Melungeons living secretively and many have assimilated into the American culture.

The Melungeons operated rich silver mines in the area of Straight Creek in the Cumberland Plateau, near Pineville, Kentucky. They minted silver coins in the area for their own use. By the time Kentucky joined the Union and became a Commonwealth, the independent secretive life of the Melungeons came to an end.

In 1600, The Indians told Jamestown residents that with only a six-day walk to the west, there were "people like you," who wore their hair short and built log houses.

In 1639, The First black recorded by name on the Delmarva Peninsula was called Anthony. He was delivered near present day Wilmington. He was often described as "an Angoler or Moor," and called "Blackmoor". (From the "Delaware's Forgotten Folk" The Story of the Moors &Nanticokes by C.A Weslager).

In 1654, English explorers from Jamestown reported finding a colony of bearded people "Moors" wearing European clothing, living in cabins, engaging in mining, smelting silver, and dropping to their knees to pray many times daily in the mountains of what is now, North Carolina.

In 1670, Virginia General Assembly 1670 Act declared who will be slaves, excluding Turks & Moors, whose countries were in amity with the King of England. (Page 491 of Virginia General Assembly 1733 and 1752 records).

In 1684, Moors are reported to have arrived in Delaware near Dover, and in Southern New Jersey near Bridgeton.

The descendants of some of the early Muslim visitors of North America are members in many of present day Indian tribes. Some of the tribes are the Alibamu tribe of Alabama, the Apaches, Anasazi, Arawak, Arikana, Black Indians of the Schuylkill river area in New York, the Cherokees, Creeks, Makkahs, Mahigans, Mohanets, Mohegans, Nanticokes, Seminoles, Zulus, and the Zuni.

The Moors were inhabitants of Delaware near Dover, and of Southern New Jersey near Bridgeton, and in parts of Southern Maryland; the Melungeons of Tennessee and Virginia; the Guineas of West Virginia; the Clappers of New York; the Turks of South Carolina; and the Laster Tribe near Hertford, NC. It is reported that the Laster Tribe were descendants from a Moorish captain who married a white woman and settled in the area.

Many African Americans are descendants of Muslims who came to America's shores after being enslaved in West Africa and some from losing in the Barbary Coast Wars in North Africa.

Summarized from: "Muslims in America" By: Amir Nashid Ali Muhammad




Then why are there no signs of any muslim culture existing in this country prior to the exploration by the Spanish?

Why did the Spanish EXCLUSIVELY build christian missions throughout the American southwest, California, Flordia, and Mexico?

BECAUSE IT IS ALL MUSLIM BULLSHIT, THAT'S WHY!
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:32:20 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 11:34:17 AM EST by vito113]

Originally Posted By Dino:

Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.



So do the Parks & Forest Department run tours of these ancient Mosque ruins?

Hey! it's actually the Islamic Republics of Al-Texas and Al-Nevada

Andy
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:38:02 AM EST
So thats why the want to wipe us off the face of the earth.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:40:31 AM EST
So Muslims helped turn the US into a great nation while letting their own lands turn to shit. Some dots are missing here.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:45:33 AM EST

Originally Posted By Dino:
the 1312 interested me and I found this via google

Muslims In America Prior To Columbus
by Amir Nashid Ali Muhammad
Source: www.islamweb.net

History shows that Muslims came to the Americas in four different waves, the first as explorers, then those fleeing the Spanish inquisition, during the Barbary Coast Wars and the enslavement of Africans, and by immigration starting in the mid-to-late 1870s.

Historical Points (1312 - 1684)

In 1312, African Muslims arrived in the Gulf of Mexico for exploration of the American interior using the Mississippi River as their access route. These Muslim explorers were from Mali and other parts of West Africa. The brother of Mansa Musa, Abu bakari, was one of the first to set sail to America from Africa.

In 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived in the New World, he was strongly influenced by the geography of the 13th-century Arab scholar, Al-Idrissi, who served as an adviser to King Roger of Sicily. Columbus had with him a copy of Al-Idrissi's works mentioning the discovery of a new continent by eight Muslim explorers. He also had some Muslim crew members with him for translation and other services.

Columbus had two captains of Muslim origin during his first voyage, one named Martin Alonso Pinzon, the captain of the Pinta, and his brother Vicente Yanex Pinzon the captain of the Nina. They were wealthy expert ship outfitters who helped organize Columbus's expedition and repaired the flagship Santa Maria. The Pinzon family was related to Abuzayan Muhammad III, the Moroccan Sultan of the Marinid Dynasty (1196 - 1465).

October 21, 1492, Columbus admitted in his papers that while his ship was sailing near Gibara on the northeast of Cuba, he saw a Mosque on the top of a beautiful mountain. Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.

In Dr. Barry Fell's book Saga America, he reports that the southwest Pima people possessed a vocabulary which contained words of Arabic origin. Dr. Fell also reports that in Inyo County, California, there exits an early rock carving which stated in Arabic: "Yasus ben Maria" ("Jesus, Son of Mary"). Dr. Fell discovered the existence of schools in Nevada. Colorado and New Mexico.





I was only able to read the first four paragraphs of this shit. But I shoulda' toughed it out for one more.

And no this isn't revisionist history. It's alternative history, in the same vein as those "What if Hilter won WWll?" stories, or bullshit if you'ld rather.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:52:19 AM EST
Sounds like a good bathroom book.


Backup toilet paper.


- BG
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:53:17 AM EST
Wasn't one of the old Star Trek episodes about when Kirk and Spock got in the Way-Back machine and wound up in Paleolithic America and stumbled across muhammed's great grandfather Bubba-HO-tep?
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 11:54:04 AM EST

Originally Posted By Seamaster:
This sort of reminds me of the people a few years ago who reminded us that the ancient Egyptians were black Africans and immensely advanced, even having unlocked the secrets of manned flight thousands of years before the Wright brothers.hr



Flying magic carpets right
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:17:34 PM EST

Originally Posted By vito113:

Originally Posted By Dino:

Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.



So do the Parks & Forest Department run tours of these ancient Mosque ruins?

Hey! it's actually the Islamic Republics of Al-Texas and Al-Nevada

Andy



you've never heard of al-Abama & al-Aska?
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:19:55 PM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:24:17 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 1:25:17 PM EST by CAMPYBOB]
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:26:26 PM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:52:33 PM EST

Originally Posted By CAMPYBOB:
what a fucking crock of horseshit!




is not! they're everywhere! heck, we've got al-toona and al-lentown right here in PA! and who hasn't heard of the al-Akron martyrs brigade?

I'm bugging out!


Link Posted: 9/7/2004 1:57:56 PM EST
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 2:31:28 PM EST
more bullshit from the bullshit death cult Islam. the only thing that has been going on with these clowns for the last 1300 years is a war against Western civilisation. Sometimes hot...sometimes cold. We're in the warm-up phase right now for a real hot war. Hang on to your hats boys, it's going to be one hell of a ride. what happen in Russia is coming to a neighborhood near you. Count on it. And if I hear GW call Islam a religion of peace one more time I'm going to puke. Do your research. It never was a religion of peace and it never will be. It was born in blood and violence and it will continue that way until the Mooselimbs are totally defeated. And I mean totally...as in Nazi Germany. Anybody that thinks this death cult is some peaceful religion has got his head so far up his ass that when he farts you think he hiccupped. End of rant!
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 2:37:39 PM EST



Then why were American Indians amazed at the sight of a black man when Lewis and Clark brought their slave into the American west? Because it is all Muslim bullshit that's why!


Not that I agree with any of this malarky... but I think the African muslims they're talking about are arab Africans, not black Africans...

Link Posted: 9/7/2004 2:45:53 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 2:46:38 PM EST by ryann]
What's terrifying about this is, one day this bullshit, repeated often enough, will become reality.
This is another way for the LEFT to re-write history to indoctrinate our children's children into the new world order.
If I remember history correctly, in like 1490 or so the Spanish had just driven the Muslims out of Spain-why in the hell would they want them as shipmates, or why would they want to interact with them in the New World?
Logic and reason mean nothing to the LEFT, it's an established fact that in order to destroy a country and re-invent it you first have to re-write its' history.

Link Posted: 9/7/2004 2:49:00 PM EST

Originally Posted By ryann:
What's terrifying about this is, one day this bullshit, repeated often enough, will become reality.
This is another way for the LEFT to re-write history to indoctrinate our children's children into the new world order.
If I remember history correctly, in like 1490 or so the Spanish had just driven the Muslims out of Spain-why in the hell would they want them as shipmates, or why would they want to interact with them in the New World?
Logic and reason mean nothing to the LEFT, it's an established fact that in order to destroy a country and re-invent it you first have to re-write its' history.





No shit. I wonder how long it will be before that book of bullshit is required reading at some colleges.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 2:49:59 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/7/2004 2:53:52 PM EST by Ramjet]

Originally Posted By Merrell:
1312 was an auspicious rookie year for grizzled veteran driver and greatest former champion ever Dale Jarrett, who wowed a crowd of 30-40 Okeefanokee indians by winning the first ever Daytona 500 in a wheeled cypress mulchbark canoe pulled by a team of 4 alligators. Early American Muslims protested the victory by sacrificing a manatee to Allah.




Link Posted: 9/7/2004 7:53:09 PM EST

Originally Posted By Lightning_P38:

Originally Posted By Merrell:

Originally Posted By vito113:

Originally Posted By Dino:

Ruins of Mosques and minarets with inscriptions of Qur'anic verses have been discovered in Cuba, Mexico, Texas, and Nevada.



So do the Parks & Forest Department run tours of these ancient Mosque ruins?

Hey! it's actually the Islamic Republics of Al-Texas and Al-Nevada

Andy



you've never heard of al-Abama & al-Aska?



It's official. There is even a town called Arab in Al Abama!





It must be true; there's even a Bagdad, Arizona!


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