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Terrorism is Turkic Islam


Expansions of Turkic Islam

Expansions of Turkic Islam

Islam during prophet Mohamed b. (622-632 AD) was not beyond the main Arabian Peninsula. But during the first three Caliphs, Abu Bakr (632-634), and Umar (634-644)(Assassinated), Uthman (644-656)(Assassinated) it went into invasions.

That was totally unacceptable to many believers but the Turkic elements encouraged such offensive military expansions.

The fourth Caliph Ali (656-661)(Assassinated) was the cousin of the prophet and he stopped that and carried out internal reforms and these were the main causes for the eruption of a brutal civil war throughout his rule (656-661) that ended up by assassinating him and killing most of this family.

By that killings the original Islam died and it was replaced by a fake Turkic militant cult calling itself Islam. This became the source of terrorism, colonialism, and heresy.

How Ancient Iranian Peoples and Cultures Were Labeled by New Turkic Persians


How Ancient Iranian Peoples and Cultures Were Labeled by New Turkic Persians

How Ancient Iranian Peoples and Cultures Were Labeled by New Turkic Persians

Iran has two souls!

The ancient Iranian soul, which is good. The other soul is the Persianated Turkic soul, which is evil. Unless Iran returns to its original soul it will remain demonized. To explain that let us ask: How Ancient Iranian Peoples and Cultures turned to be Persian (which is Turkic)?

How Ancient Iranian Peoples and Cultures Were Labeled by New Turkic Persians?

List of rulers of Iranian kingdoms of Iran and the Iranian people

From the beginning of history there were “Iran” and “Iranians”, and there was no “Persia” or “Persians”. “Persia” or “Persians” appeared only with the Achaemenid Kings in 550 BC. Here is a list of the Iranian kingdoms since 2700 BC, that made the original Iran:

  2.1 Elamite Empire, c. 2700 – 650 BC

  2.2 Minor Elamite Kingdoms, c. 2700 – 519 BC

  2.3 Kings of Elymais, c. 147 BC – c. 224 AD

3.1 Marhasi kingdom, c. 2550–c. 1900 BC

3.2 Namar kingdom, c. 24th century–c. 750 BC

3.3 Zakhara kingdom, c. 2350–c. 2250 BC

3.4 Ganhar kingdom, c. 21st century BC

3.5 Eshnuna kingdom, c. 21st century–c. 8th century BC

3.6 Zabshali kingdom, c. 2050–c. 2000 BC

3.7 Kassites kingdom, 21st to 9th century BC

3.8 Parsua kingdom, c. 840–c. 710 BC

3.9 Ellipi kingdom, c. 810–c. 700 BC

3.10 Bit-Istar kingdom, c. 12th century–c. 710 BC

4.1 Kuti kingdom, c. 2550–c. 2100 BC

4.2 Lullubi kingdom, c. 2400–c. 650 BC

4.3 Gilzan kingdom, c. 900–c. 820 BC

4.4 Urartu kingdom, c. 860 – 547 BC

4.5 Ida kingdom, c. 860–c. 710 BC

4.6 Allabria, c. 850–c. 710 BC

4.7 Gizilbunda kingdom, c. 850–c. 700 BC

4.8 Araziash kingdom, c. 850 – 716 BC

4.9 Manna kingdom, c. 850–c. 550 BC

4.10 Andia Kingdom, c. 850–c. 700 BC

4.11 Kishesu kingdom, c. 830–c. 710 BC

4.12 Sagbitu kingdom, c. 820–c. 710 BC

4.13 Abdadana kingdom, c. 810–c. 710 BC

4.14 Zikartu kingdom, c. 750 – 521 BC

4.15 Median dynasty, 726–521 BC

4.16 Karalla kingdom, c. 720–c. 700 BC

4.17 Uriaku kingdom, c. 720–c. 700 BC

4.18 Karzinu kingdom, c. 720–c. 700 BC

4.19 Saparda kingdom, c. 720–c. 670 BC

4.20 Scythian kingdom, c. 700–c. 530 BC

5.1 Dilmun kingdom, 27th century–7th century BC

5.2 Gunilaha kingdom, c. 2350–c. 2300 BC

5.3 Makkan kingdom, 23rd century – 550 BC

5.4 Bashimi kingdom, c. 2100–c. 1900 BC

5.5 Zabum kingdom, 21st century BC

5.6 Achaemenid Kings of Parsumash, c. 710–c. 635 BC

5.7 Achaemenid Kings of Anshan, c. 635 – 550 BC

Near Lake Urmia was the first Persia tribal place in 860-600 BC. They came to this area earlier before they move again south and create their Persian chieftaincy which turned into kingdom then empire. New terms appeared like Parsua, Parsuash, Parsumash, Persis, Parsa, Pârs, Fars, and Parsava.

Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III
An Obelisk found in Nimrud (ancient Kalhu), in northern Iraq, and commemorates the deeds of King Shalmaneser III (reigned 858-824 BC). It was erected as a public monument in 825 BC at a time of civil war, in the central square of Nimrud, close to the much earlier White Obelisk of Ashurnasirpal I.
It is the most complete Assyrian obelisk yet discovered, and is historically significant because it is thought to display the earliest ancient depiction of a biblical figure – Jehu, King of Israel. The traditional identification of “Yaw” as Jehu has been questioned by some scholars, who proposed that the inscription refers to another king, Jehoram of Israel. Its reference to ‘Parsua‘ is also the first known reference to the Persians.

Parsua
Parsua (earlier Parsuash, Parsumash) was an ancient tribal kingdom/chiefdom (860-600 BC) located near Lake Urmia between Zamua (formerly: Lullubi) and Ellipi, in central Zagros to the southwest of Sanandaj, northwestern Iran. The name Parsua is from an old Iranian word *Parsava and it is presumed to mean border or borderland.
Parsua was distinct from Persis, another region to the southeast, now known as Fars province in Iran. Some accounts suggest that Teispes, the ancestor of the Achaemenid dynasty, led a migration from Parsua to Persis, formerly the Elamite state of Anshan.

Persis
ersis (Greek: Περσίς), better known as Persia (Old Persian: Parsa; Persian: پارس‎‎, Pars), or “Persia proper”, was originally a name of a region near the Zagros mountains at Lake Urmia. The country name Persia was derived directly from the Old Persian Parsa. Over time, the area of settlement shifted to the southwest of today Iran (now Fars).
The ancient Persians were present in the region from about the 10th century BC, and became the rulers of the largest empire the world had yet seen under the Achaemenid dynasty which was established in the late 6th century BC

Fars
The word Fârs is derived from Pârsâ, the Old Persian name for Persia and its capital, Persepolis. Fârs is the Arabized version of Pârs, as Arabic has no [p] phoneme.

Persian people
Ancient Persians were originally a nomadic branch of the ancient population (probably from Turkic origins) who entered modern-day Iran by the early 10th century BC.

 

List of Persian monarchs of Iran

From this time Iranian as a nation and Iran as a country disappeared and was replaced by Persians and Persia.

Here is a list of the new Persian kingdoms since 550 BC that made the current Persian Iran:

18.1 Sarbadars (1332–1386)

18.2 Chupanids (1335–1357)

18.3 Jalayirids (1335–1432)

18.4 Injuids (1335–1357)

18.5 Muzaffarids (1314–1393)

18.6 Kara Koyunlu (1375–1468)

18.7 Ak Koyunlu (1378–1497)

18.8 Timurid dynasty (1370–1507)

Only in 1935, after 2485 years, Persia as a state took back the original name “Iran”, but strangely the Iranian peoples and cultures remained to be called ethnic “Persians”.

So, where the original Iranian people and cultures had gone? And why they are no longer recognized as “Iranians”?

Such great ancient national identity of Iran and the ethnicities of the Iranians were clearly turned into Persia and Persians for political reasons by non-Iranians.

Even the history of the great ancient Iranian religion of Zoroastrianism which existed before 1200 BC had disappeared as a result of this forced Persianization. Also, in religion, prior to the rise of the Safavid Empire (1501–1736), Sunni Islam was the dominant religion, accounting for around 90% of the population at the time.

The Safavid dynasty had its origin in the Safaviyya Sufi order, which was established in the city of Ardabil in the Azerbaijan region (a Turkic region). Ardabil is in the same region from which the first Parsua (earlier Parsuash, Parsumash) chieftaincy originated before moving to south Iran to establish the first kingdom of Persia in (860-600 BC).

Where gone the ancient Iranians? And why the Persian restored Iran but did not restore Iranians? Simply because the Persian Turkic Azari rulers of Iran want to pretend that Iranian became Persians and want to call Iranian cultures and civilization Persian. Iranians and their achievements will never disappear or renamed Persian. The Persians are primitive and evil but the Iranians are great and good people.

The disaster that struck Iran since 550 BC is that few wicked Turkic settlers ruled Iran and the Iranians, and they invented Persia and claimed that Iranians are subjects of Persians and Iran seized to exist anymore, to confiscate Iranian lands and achievements.

Liberate Syria from Turkish Puppet Terrorists


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.

Why Arabs Did Not Use Arabic Alphabet to Record the Holy Quran?


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.

Sufism the Gnostic chameleon – muscle and brain of Islam


Another great article confirms my believe that Sufism is just a Turkic socio-political enterprise not only in India and Asia but more importantly all over the world. It has unreligious origins and uses; and being promoted by Turkic groups infiltrating into all faiths.
International efforts and researches are much needed to expose such harmful deceptive practices and stop them from falsfying history and threaten national and international security, harmony and peace. Sufism is a ferousious Turkic-judaic wolf in an innocent sheep’s skin.

These articles are manifestations of the Turkic Sufism deceptive schemes of claiming that they are moderate, civilized and the solution.
“We are not here as Turkish Muslims to put ourselves in the service of Islam, but to put Islam in the service of life. (Fethullah Gu¨len)” For example what is meant by “life” in this quote actually means “Turkic life” which implies the use of different forms of Islam to serve their plans. Create conflicts then pretend they are the solution. They claim they are not the evil Salafists and they can help the World to moderate Islam, while they are the problem and the solution at the same time!!!!!!

Islamophobia and the “Negative Media Portrayal of Muslims”

 An Exposition of Sufism, A Critique of the Alleged “Clash of Civilizations”

“The predominantly negative media portrayal of Islam and Muslims needs to be balanced by widespread knowledge of peace-loving Muslims who pursue the path towards union of love and will with God. Such is the phenomenon of Sufism”!!!!!!!!!!😱

Region: Middle East & North Africa

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US post-9/11 Strategy in the Muslim World: Promote Sunni, Shiite, Arab and non-Arab Divides

By Abdus Sattar Ghazali

 Global Research, June 25, 2005

“In March 2004, the Rand Corporation released a report – titled “Civil Democratic Islam: Partners, Resources, and Strategies” – that called for supporting the modernists Muslims against “fundamentalists and traditionalists”  and promoting Sufism to formulate a market economy version of Islam.”!!!!!!😵
American Muslim Perspective 24 December 2004

Few more articles and books revealing Sufism

1- article “SUFISM IN INDIA: Its origin, history and politics.  Paper No. 924 16/02/2004  by R.Upadhyay”

 

2- In the Name of Allah: Understanding Islam and Indian History
Raziuddin Aquil
Penguin, Viking, 2009 – India – 289 pages
The history of Islam in India has resulted in impassioned debates between scholars-from the secularists to the Hindu right. Arguing that these histories tend to project modern concerns back in time, Raziuddin Aquil conducts a dispassionate investigation of the period between the thirteenth and the nineteenth centuries, from the heyday of Muslim political domination of large areas of the Subcontinent to the decline of the Mughals, accompanied by the transformations colonialism brought in its wake.
Using texts from the medieval and early modern periods, Aquil uncovers connections between a variety of factors-the religious orthodoxy or the ulama; Muslim rulers’ attempts to deal with competing religious ideologies; the influence of Sufi traditions; the emergence of Sikhism and its tenuous relationship with Islam; and the development of Urdu as a language of the people. Situating his arguments in the context of contemporary politics involving Hindus and Muslims, Islam and the West, and the longterm struggles within Muslim societies between reason and faith, Aquil contends that some of the issues explored here have come down to us from medieval times while others have been transformed completely into concerns that are purely modern in origin.
Penetrating and readable, In the Name of Allah tackles the legacy of Muslim rule in India, and in the process presents Islam as a complex and continually changing tradition.

3- Sufism, Culture, and Politics: Afghans and Islam in Medieval North India, by: Raziuddin Aquil
Oxford University Press, 2007 – Religion – 268 pages
Strongly grounded in Persian manuscripts, many of them unpublished, this book makes an innovative and original intervention in the existing debates on the questions of medieval politics, patterns of governance as well as the relationship between politics, Islam and Muslim religious leaders. Exploding the myth that Sufis, especially Chishtis, kept aloof from politics, it shows how Sufis enjoyed royal patronage and helped legitimise Aghans’ political cause. The author also explores the contributions of Sufis and Afghans to vernacular literature and devotional music. Contesting existing notions of the “tribal” character of Afghan political institutions, he argues that Surs and other Afghan dynasties drew upon Persian understandings of universal kingship to put in place a coherent monarchical system. The book also discusses how Rajputs and other non-Muslims collaborated with the Aghans to broaden the base of government apparatus.

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Timbuktu-Damage Timbuktu-Sunni activist – resurgence of animosity between Salafists and Sufis

Sufism came recently  into the CNN spotlight when Al Qaeda-linked Mali Islamists armed with Kalashnikov’s and pick-axes destroyed centuries-old mausoleums of saints in the UNESCO-listed city of Timbuktu. Sufism is historically known  from the 5th century A.D on (first Sufi order was founded 657), and has survived as the only mystic (gnostic) religion the purges of the three fighting monotheist religions.  This article wants to explore its religious and historical roots, and its compatibility to the psychoanalytic concepts of C. G. Jung. Like in the “Golden Words of a Sufi Sheikh”, Sufism appears as a Gnostic chameleon always nodding its head. Gnostic thoughts had been rejected by Christianity, found a new host and became its spiritual brain, the muscle and sinew. First by oral tradition, later in writings, still later as Janissaries. Sufism is very appealing to intellectuals.  Sufism and Gnosticism take over silently, hence were often purged violently by Islam…

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Turkic connection between Islamic Sufism and Talmudic Judaism


Islamic Sufism and Talmudist Judaism

Islamic Sufism and Talmudic Judaism

In almost all the World it is assumed that Islamic Sufism is popular and acceptable to common non-fundamentalist Muslims. It very important to say that this is not true.
Islamic Sufism is a Turkic ideology developed mainly in central Asia and India. It is being politically used for centuries for Turkic expansion into India, the Middle East and Africa. It has close ties and resemblance with Talmudic Judaism and it is hard to consider it as Islamic.

All Sufi orders in Africa and the Middle East received strong support and roles in the Ottoman Empire to subdue and fight colonized nations and these orders became integral part of the colonial rule. While these orders were claiming pure mystical faith they were silent towards Turkic atrocities and infidelity, in the meantime they took leadership in fighting European colonization or interference.
It cannot be called a conspiracy theory at all but the article “Sufism and the Kabbalah” posted on David Livingstone’s blog is much closer to the true nature of Islamic Sufism.
Please consider researching the Turkic connection between Islamic Sufism and Talmudic Judaism.

To understand Sufism it is essential to study
1- History of Turkic of invasion of India its relationship to Sufism
2- The origins of leaders of biggest 50 Sufi orders and place of birth and upbringing and trips
and 3- the role of Sufism in the partition of India; and the terrorism of Pakistan and Afghanistan

Turkic Sufism and Talmudist Judaism

Turkic Sufism and Talmudic Judaism

The Turkish Jewish Khazar


The Turkish Jewish Khazar

The Turkish Jewish Khazar

Khazars were descendants of the Turkic tribe, known as the Huns or Hun, who invaded and savaged Europe from Asia around 450 AD. Khazars were a semi-nomadic Turkic people who created what for its duration was the most powerful polity to emerge from the breakup of the western Turkish steppe empire, known as the Khazar Khanate or Khazaria.

Their influence in Eastern Europe extended well into the countries we now know as Poland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The Khazars were pagans before they became Jews. Around 740 AD, Bulan, the King of Khazaria, adopted the religion of Judaism and the whole nation followed him.

Their home was not the Dead Sea, but the Caspian Sea, which became known as the `Khazar Sea’.
Khazaria long served as a buffer state between the Byzantine Empire and both the nomads of the northern steppes and the Umayyad Empire, after serving as Byzantium’s proxy against the Sasanian Persian empire. The alliance was dropped around 900. Byzantium began to encourage the Alans to attack Khazaria and weaken its hold on Crimea and the Caucasus, while seeking to obtain an entente with the rising Rus’ power to the north, which it aspired to convert to Christianity.

Turkic History in 6-minute video

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