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Old Turkic Colonization

Old Turkic Colonization

The blights of Aleppo stem from the old Turkish plans to annex it.
Aleppo was colonized since 1127 AD by the Oghuz Turk who created the Zengid dynasty.
The northern hinterland of Aleppo was annexed to Turkey. In the 1940s it lost its main access to the sea, Antioch and Alexandretta, also to Turkey.
In 1400, the Mongol-Turkic leader Tamerlane captured the city again from the Mamluks. He massacred many of the inhabitants, ordering the building of a tower of 20,000 skulls outside the city. After the withdrawal of the Mongols, all the Muslim population returned to Aleppo. On the other hand, Christians who left the city during the Mongol invasion, were unable to resettle back in their own quarter in the old town, a fact that led them to establish a new neighborhood in 1420, built at the northern suburbs of Aleppo outside the city walls, to become known as al-Jdeydeh quarter (for “new district” in Arabic).
Aleppo became part of the Ottoman Empire in 1516, when the city had around 50,000 inhabitants. It was the center of the Aleppo Eyalet; the rest of what later became Syria was part of either the eyalets of Damascus, Tripoli, Sidon or Raqqa.
Following the Ottoman provincial reform of 1864 Aleppo became the centre of the newly constituted Vilayet of Aleppo in 1866. Kemal Atatürk annexed most of the Province of Aleppo as well as Cilicia to Turkey in his War of Independence.
By the Treaty of Lausanne most of the Province of Aleppo was made part of Turkey with the exception of Aleppo city and Alexandretta. The situation was exacerbated further in 1939 when Alexandretta was annexed to Turkey, thus depriving Aleppo of its main port of Iskenderun.

Discussions about Islam can be categorized in:
1- Total Rejection;
2- Extremism Defense;
3- Appeasement;
4- Pragmatic cooperation;
or 5- Idealistic argument.
All these are liberal legacies, and the Trump Movement must not fall into them.
Non of these behavior can explain and solve the problems.
People must think deeper into the history of religions and Islam. They will soon understand that what are called “Islam”, “Judaism”, and “Christianity” nowadays is nothing more than the Turkic religion of Tengrism.
Take for example the symbols of star and crescent in current Islam or the events that created the Crusades, or the imperial expansion of the so-called “Islam”, or Andalusia, or terrorism, or slavery, or the Ottoman Empire, or belly dance, or harem, or the Assassins “Hashashin”, or Sufism, or the status of women and children, or even the practices of “Islam”, or the ruling families of Gulf sheikhdoms, or many more, they are just Turkic and NOT Islamic or even Arabic.

These Are Turkic Symbols Not Islamic Nor Arabic

These Are Turkic Symbols Not Islamic Nor Arabic

Investigating the history of Islam, and all other religions, and the myth of universality of religion, anyone can discover that all religions, without exception, were born genuine and peaceful and very local, but they survived only for very short time.
Humanity is living with corrupt versions of all religions, that were invented by greed and violence. While faith and religions are good, don’t think any one of the current religions is better or good, may be we can ask which one has lesser evil than the others.
Let us find and fight the Turkic corruption in all religions.

It is time now to liberate Aleppo from Turkish puppet terrorists and stop Turkic games.

Republican Democracy

Republican Democracy

Trump Movement Leads Republican Democracy to Demolish the Myth of Liberal “Democracy”.
Ten Facts about Republicanism versus Liberalism:
1- The marriage of democracy and liberalism is not inevitable, it is an illusion.
2- Liberalism is not democracy, they are not only distinct but even conflicting.
3- Liberalism does not imply Democracy, but only indicates globalism.
4- There are serious conflict of interests between Liberalism and Democracy.
5- Liberal “Democracy” is actually a mere capitalist globalism, and against national interests and security.
6- Liberalism is not at all about freedom of the people, it is only about the freedom of capital and transnational corporations.
7- The original authentic democracies were republicans, only the fake modern democracies are liberal.
8- The rise Liberalism goes hand in hand with the erosion of sovereignty and the rule of law.
9- Liberalism is soft aggression with strong expansionism, while Republicanism is hardworking with energetic patriotism.
10- Republicanism promotes national unity and international cooperation and in direct collision with Liberalism seeking globalist alliances and conflicts.

Liberal Leviathan

Liberal Leviathan

The awesome win of Trump is the biggest blow to the “international liberal order” or the “Liberal Leviathan”. That is why they are deceiving peoples in the USA and the world by defaming President Elect Trump and using all sorts of lies, protests, and threats against him and his supporters.
The “international liberal order” is purposely misinterpreting Trump’s stands on immigration, religion, sexuality, trade, national security, foreign relations, defense, health, taxation, environment, energy, and women.
The “international liberal order” was not made by Americans and it was not made for Americans. It is made by foreign globalists for their own benefit. The USA and the rest of the world were abused and exploited by such greedy immoral order.
By simply searching Google, or any other search engine, with “international liberal order” the results make it clearer why the awesome win of Trump is the greatest step in the right direction, not only for the USA, but also for Europe and the whole world.
The results of this search are:
1- The Future of the Liberal World Order, Internationalism After America, By G. John Ikenberry, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) (a Rockefeller controlled organization), May/June 2011 Issue says:
“As the United States’ relative power declines, will the open and rule-based liberal international order Washington has championed since the 1940s start to erode …”
2- Liberal international economic order, Wikipedia, says:
“In international relations, the liberal international economic order (LIEO) is the global free trade establishment. Critics sometimes refer to LIEO as the Washington Consensus, which implies that this system works mostly in the favor of the United States at the expense of smaller countries.
LIEO is said to be shaped by supranational institutions. The World Trade Organization, for example, creates and implements free trade agreements, while the World Bank issues structural adjustment loans to Third World governments that include conditions ranging from opening up their markets to Western businesses to privatizing public utilities.
Among the firmest underlying assumptions of free market thinking is that as regulations are removed, global trade becomes more efficient and peoples’ needs are better met, allegedly resulting in less poverty, and consequently, stability and peace.
Critics point to rampant abuses of laborers and citizens in the Third World by multinational corporations, as well as the negative effects on public health caused by privatizing public utilities. Another criticism can be the dumping of metals and other wastes into the environment of such nations by corporations. This often effects local environmental health and peoples, most often by industrial facilities such as factories.
Third World countries are particularly incensed by the continuing existence of tariffs on United States and European agricultural products, which they claim run counter to the spirit of free trade and prevent them from taking full advantage of the global marketplace.”
3- Is the international liberal order dying? These five countries will decide, Peter Harris, September 25, 2014, The National Interest says:
“President Obama’s speech to the United Nations was a spirited defense of the current world order and America’s role within that order. It was an acknowledgement that the liberal internationalist status quo is far from invulnerable and, in fact, is gravely under threat; and a warning that the widening and deepening of international cooperation, peace and security require good intentions and assiduous effort on behalf of nations. Today’s relatively benign world order is the result of farsighted decision-making by past leaders, Obama told his audience; its maintenance is now the charge of today’s generation.”
4- The Collapse of the Liberal World Order, Stephen M. Walt, June 26, 2016, Foreign Policy says:
“The world is entering a period where once-robust democracies have grown fragile. Now is the time to figure out where we went wrong.
Once upon a time — that is, back in the 1990s — a lot of smart and serious people believed liberal political orders were the wave of the future and would inevitably encompass most of the globe. The United States and its democratic allies had defeated fascism and then communism, supposedly leaving humankind at “the end of history.” The European Union seemed like a bold experiment in shared sovereignty that had banished war from most of Europe. Indeed, many Europeans believed its unique combination of democratic institutions, integrated markets, the rule of law, and open borders made Europe’s “civilian power” an equal if not superior counterpart to the crude “hard power” of the United States……”
5- The liberal international order is under fire. The United States must defend it., Editorial Board May 21, 2016, The Washington Post, says:
“HARDLY A day goes by without evidence that the liberal international order of the past seven decades is being eroded. China and Russia are attempting to fashion a world in their own illiberal image; Britain is debating a departure from the European Union; Austria’s front-running presidential contender espouses fear of migrants, trade and globalization; and far-right parties are thriving in Europe. The radical Islamic State group wields merciless violence on its own lands in Iraq and Syria and exports terrorism beyond. In the United States, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has attracted millions of voters by campaigning against some of the foundations of American leadership in the world such as the defense alliance with Japan and South Korea ….”.
For more details about the “international liberal order” or the “Liberal Leviathan” read:
Liberal Leviathan: The Origins, Crisis, and Transformation of the American World Order, G. John Ikenberry (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2011).
No doubt that Trump represents a Transatlantic movement and aspirations that are well received internationally and that will serve America and the world against the “international liberal order”.

Ancient South Arabian script is defined in Wikipedia, as:

[The ancient Yemeni alphabet (Old South Arabian ms3nd; modern Arabic: المُسنَد‎‎ musnad) branched from the Proto-Sinaitic alphabet in about the 9th century BC. It was used for writing the Old South Arabian languages of the Sabaic, Qatabanic, Hadramautic, Minaic (or Madhabic), Himyaritic, and Ge’ez in Dʿmt. The earliest inscriptions in the alphabet date to the 9th century BC in Akkele Guzay, Eritrea. There are no vowels, instead using the mater lectionis to mark them.

Its mature form was reached around 500 BC, and its use continued until the 6th century AD, including Old North Arabian inscriptions in variants of the alphabet, when it was displaced by the Arabic alphabet.

In Ethiopia and Eritrea it evolved later into the Ge’ez alphabet, which, with added symbols throughout the centuries, has been used to write Amharic, Tigrinya and Tigre, as well as other languages (including various Semitic, Cushitic, and Nilo-Saharan languages)].

The Ancient South Arabian script was very developed and in wide use.  So, Why Arabs Did Not Use Arabic Alphabet to Record the Holy Quran? and instead somehow someone developed a new alphabet borrowed from the Nabataean alphabet which was primitive and foreign.

The Arabs of Southern Arabia converted to Islam very easily and peacefully and they were strong sincere supporters of the prophet (pbuh) contrary to the people of Hijaz and the rest of Arabia. But, after the death of the prophet during Rashidun Caliphate and the Umayyad state the Quran was collected and written.

The Umayyad regime was founded by Muawiya ibn Abi Sufyan, long-time governor of Syria, after the end of the First Muslim Civil War in 661 CE/41 AH. Syria remained the Umayyads’ main power base thereafter, and Damascus was their capital.

The Umayyad caliphate was marked both by territorial expansion and by the administrative and cultural problems that such expansion created. Despite some notable exceptions, the Umayyads tended to favor the rights of the old Arab families, and in particular their own, over those of newly converted Muslims (mawali). Therefore, they held to a less universalist conception of Islam than did many of their rivals.

The Umayyads continued the Muslim conquests, incorporating the Caucasus, Transoxiana, Sindh, the Maghreb and the Iberian Peninsula (Al-Andalus) into the Muslim world.

The earlier Turkic settlers in Northern Arabia must have played crucial role during that period that resulted in the demise of ancient South Arabian culture and influencing the creation of new form of religion based on aggressive expansionism and Turkic traditions.

The Arabs wrote before Islam, since the ninth century BC to the seventh century AD, 60 years after Islam. This is their ancient alphabet.

Ancient South Arabian script

Ancient South Arabian script

The next image is of ancient Arabic rock scripts in Arabia. This how the Southern Arabs used to write for more than a thousand year, now this people are called “Extinct” Arabs, for no good reason, and they were replaced by the so-called Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites). A fictitious grouping and classification during the Umayyad period.

Sabaean Script

Sabaean Script

This is a major alphabets tree map showing that modern Arabic is not of Arabic origin.

major alphabets tree map

major alphabets tree map

Should the Holy Quran had been written in original Arabic it would have used the Ancient South Arabian alphabet that existed since 1300 BC until 60 years after Islam and was extinct in 700 AD in Arabia, but it is still developed in Ethiopia and Eritrea now.

The South Arabian alphabet

The South Arabian alphabet

The present Arabs, Arabic language, and Islam are NOT the true Arabs, Arabic language, and Islam. That is why they are fighting and terrorizing in many countries. What we have today are Turkic versions of Arabs, Arabic language, and Islam.

This history is exactly what links the rulers of the so-called Arabs in Arabia, particularly Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Palestine, and Kuwait, with the Turkmen in Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq together with Turkey in supporting terrorism against the peoples of Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, and more remarkable against the truly Arab Yemen.

The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism

The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism

The reasons for the flaring civil wars and terrorism in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya; as well as those expected in Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Sudan, Algeria, Mauritania, and Morocco are very clear. They are closely linked to a 600-years-old Turkic ploy of fictitious grouping of the Arabs into “Extinct” Arabs, Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites), as well as the history of Turkic migrations into Arabia and Africa, and the rise of Turkmen in the Umayyad dynasty and beyond. Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites) invented militant Islam and colonized vast lands in Asia, Africa, Andalusia, and Eastern Europe. The “Extinct” Arabs are not extinct at all, and they exist now all over Arabia, and more obviously in Yemen and Oman.
All these wars are between Turkic Arabs who claim to be Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites) and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites) against indigenous local nation whether genuine Arabs or non-Arab groups. Both indigenous Arabs, like in Yemen and Bahrain; and non-Arab, like in Africa and Levantine, are subjected to the dominance and consequences of aggressive support from Turkic Arabs Turks and Turkey.

Such conflicts are much bigger than the capacity of the Turkic Arabs and Turkey. They would not be able to continue or win it, and the inevitable result of these conflicts will be either prevalence of indigenous groups or surrender Turkic Arabs to the demands of integration and assimilation. It shall result in disappearance of aggressive Turkic Arabs from social political realm, and demise of the myth of “Extinct” Arabs, Pure Arabs (or Qahtanites), and Arabized Arabs (or Adnanites).

Be pragmatic and vote for Trump

Be pragmatic and vote for Trump

There is no other way to avoid the evil Clinton than to vote for Trump, he can save America and the world from the rotten Establishment and the secret societies that killed JFK.
Facing an individual is much easier and repairable than being under a Mafia.
If international ruling elite in Europe are detached form their USA power house and defense system this will devastate them and even they may assassinate Trump.

Trump is not a professional politician and that is a credit and surely his manners and policies will be corrected and improve by experience because he is a businessman and he will limit the goals of foreign policies on peaceful businesses.

Stopping the current disastrous policies are necessary but Trump’s alternatives are not yet clear but surely it will be practical and for the wider interests than the current ones.
I expect him to extend hands to other political groups to strengthen his position against the international Establishment.

Therefore, be pragmatic and vote for Trump, then guide him with supportive assistance.

I wonder why experienced politians in the USA cannot recognize the opportunities in this year’s presidential election? They must have much better negotiating skills and try to get the best out of this appalling race. All people know for long time that it is impossible to get ideal presidential candidates, and you cannot wait for vain.

Instead of complaining from the empty half (unfit candidates) why don’t you cultivate and build on the little available (chance of change). Now, it is already clear that no other candidate can appear or win. Why don’t you work together with Trump first, instead of dividing voters, to dismantle the bad Establishment then later participlate in forming real democracy in USA?

Electing Trump is a great chance for collective leadership that he will have no choice to refuse. He simply cannot rule alone against entrenched powerful interests. You miss this chance and the USA is doomed.

Trump is not the best choice but the best chance

Hillary Clinton

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton poses for a photo with supporters following a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Historical expansion of Turkic peoples

Historical expansion of Turkic Peoples

The historical expansion of Turkic Peoples influenced the great religions of the Middle East and Asia. New forms of these religions were created and became militant and political tools for Turkic expansionism. In early Islam civil wars erupted and that was turned into waves of Jihadist imperial ambitions by the Turkic elements in the new faith who constituted the bulk of armies and later on became the rulers in the new empires. Arabic Islam was very short-lived and it was replaced by conflicting Turkish Islam and its rival Persian Islam. Long before the appearance of Islam in the Arabian Peninsula, Persia itself was no longer Iranian as a result of Turkic infiltration.

As Fethullah Gu¨len put it “We are not here as Turkish Muslims to put ourselves in the service of Islam, but to put Islam in the service of life.” What is meant by “life” in this quote actually means “Turkic life” which implies the use of different forms of Islam to serve their expansion policies.

Below is brief article was written by M.Hakan Yavuz (a professor of political science at the University of Utah, Department of Political Science, The Middle East Center), and was posted on

The full article (20 pages) was posted on the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 24, No. 2, October 2004

Earlier versions of this paper were presented at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 24 October 2001; Carleton University (Canada), 30 March 2002; Waseda University (Tokyo), 7 October 2002; and John Hopkins–Abant Platform, 19 April 2004.

Posting Foreword:

This brief and severely reduced review lets a 15-min course on the specifics of the Türkic and Turkish Islam, its common traits with other Islamic zones, and its uniqueness in the Islamic family. To remain within the historical scope, I deleted most of what addresses the current status and politics. I also “adjusted” somewhat derogatory references to Shamanism and substituted them with less misleading references to Tengrianism.

While the Arabs class their per-Islamic past as “unenlightened period” of idols and polytheism, The Türks are known to believe in a single omnipotent Tengri from the first records of their history, and the notorious confusion of Tengrianism religion with utilitarian services of Kams (Shamans belong to a different ethnos) brings a distortion as a remnant of old prejudices. For a complete PDF file, click on Link above.

The Zones of Islam

There are at least seven diverse competing and conflicting zones of political Islam. Conversion patterns, colonial legacy, types of nationalism, and political economy all factor into these evolving separate zones. Under certain political conditions, one sees the emergence of consensus and similar ‘public opinion’ across zones on various issues. For instance, the Arab–Israeli conflict and Bosnia helped to form a shared position under the rubric of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, but not the conflicts involving indigenous Muslim populations in Nagorno-Karabakh, Kashmir, or Cyprus.

Each zone’s understanding of the political role of Islam no doubt varies in terms of numerous socio-political groups employing Islamic idioms and identity claims within their respective zones, while themselves being influenced at the regional level by national culture and diverse historical and economic factors. None of these zones works in isolation and there is a constant fertilization of ideas, practices, and skills across zones, and a flow of ideas, skills, and ways of framing issues by intellectuals. In addition, the production of religious knowledge and the use of Islam in everyday life in each zone, are conditioned by its history and socio-political environment.

Such a heuristic approach is essential to understanding the various contingent manifestations of political Islam while evaluating the evolution of political Islam in specific zones, such as Turkey, and its relation to the non-Islamic Western world. Across the seven zones of Islam, it is clear that there has been a rediscovery of Islamic identity. This has generally taken place along the unexpected path of nationalism, which, in earlier studies, was regarded as antithetical to Islamic identity. Since the 1990s, almost all zones experienced a transformation of nationalism into forms of ‘Islamic patriotism’. On the one hand, there is an evolving transnational Muslim consciousness as a result of the persecution of Muslim communities in different parts of the world, brought to Muslim households through the rapidly expanding communication networks of television and Internet. These same images have also facilitated formation of an assertive ethnic nationalism.

There are also attempts to redefine Islam n national terms in order to consolidate the nation-state and national identity. Thus Islam has been an important facet of all Arab, Persian, Turkish, South Asian and Malay–Indonesian nationalisms, and it has also been mobilized for transnational causes such as in Bosnia or Palestine. In other words, the revival of nationalism in these zones has also led to the revival of Islamic symbols, practices, and institutions that had previously been an integral part of the social fabric of these countries. In other words, it is not only the universal principles of Islam that ground our everyday actions, but also the practical and immediate issues which Muslims confront. Although Islam provides a universal set of principles to make life meaningful, the principles are vernacularized and localized in specific narratives. One has to observe the critical distance between the universal principles of Islam (rather than a utopian model of Medina) and local narratives through which believers seek to preserve and perpetuate these principles.

By offering these zones, I seek to bring this critical and dynamic distance between the ethical principles of Islam and the local narratives into the forefront in order to understand that there is no universal model or a single highway to salvation but, instead, there are multiple ways of being and becoming a Muslim. I will disaggregate the Islamic world into seven separate zones and identify the major historical and social factors which shape these zones. These seven diverse ethno-cultural zones are Arab, Persian (Shi’i), Turkish, South Asian (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan), Malay–Indonesian, African and Minority (Diaspora) zones. Each zone’s understanding of Islam is primarily informed by its own national culture and by diverse historical and economic factors. In this paper, I will deal briefly with the first two zones and dwell mostly on the Turkish zone of Islam.

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