Just watch and excellent from Bill Warner and Political Islam.
Whenever you’re dealing with an apologist for Islam, or even a
Muslim, and you bring up jihad, almost immediately, they kickback to
you: “But what about those terrible crusades? Why they’re the moral
justification for jihad and we’re just as bad as they are. So let's not
talk about jihad, okay? Let’s talk about the Crusades.”
Well, what I would like to talk about here, are facts. I created a
database of 548 battles that Islam fought: jihad battles against
classical civilization. This isn’t even all the battles. It doesn't
include battles Africa, India, Afghanistan and other locations. It’s
primarily at data base of the battles against the classical civilization
of Rome and Greece.
548 battles are a lot; too many to comprehend. So I created a
dynamic battle map with displays of the Mediterranean in 20 year
increments. On the display, a white dot designates a battle during the
twenty-year period, a new battle. Every time the screen changes to the
next 20 year period, the previous white dots turn red and a new set of
current battles are shown with white dots so you can see the unfolding
This may seem a little confusing, but when you see it you'll
know exactly what I mean.
As the dynamic display starts, Islam bursts out of the Arabian
Peninsula and immediately starts attacking the Middle East. Notice that
it is not long before there are battles across the Mediterranean and
attacks in southern France, and Spain.
Notice something else: when most people think of Islam, they think
of Arabs; and of desert. Yet here we see that Islam is projecting power
throughout the Mediterranean. Notice how the little islands of the
Mediterranean are getting hammered. The navy of Islam would attack
coastal towns, kill, rob, rape, and then take slaves. As this entire
battle map unfolds, slaves are taken. Over a million slaves were taken
from of Europe into the Islamic world. It’s something you don't think
about, but it's absolutely true.
There were over 200 battles fought in Spain alone. We also see,
however, on the east coast, in Turkey, that Islamic forces attempt to
break into Europe. What happens in Spain during this ongoing fight that
lasted for 400 years is that the Christians push back the Moslems. But
what happens in the East is that Constantinople falls and now then
eastern Europe gets hammered. The jihad comes to Eastern Europe. It’s
pushed out of Spain, but northern Africa becomes completely Islamic, and
the Middle East is completely Islamic.
This is all jihad, relentless jihad. And why is it so relentless?
Well, Mohammed was relentless in his jihad, and these people are
good students of Islam. And so it's jihad against the Kafir, endlessly.
It was traditional that when a new Sultan came to power, he would
immediately attempt to launch new wars because he would be noted in
Islamic history as to how well he fought against the Kafir.
So that's what the jihad looked like over that time period: 548
battles. But remember, when you bring up jihad, people want to bring up
the Crusades. So I also prepared a dynamic battle map of all the
offensive raids of the crusaders. Let’s watch it and make a comparison.
As it begins, the Crusades enter Turkey and the Middle East; battles
ensue. But there are far fewer than you might think. And in short
order, the map concludes. The last battles are fought and the Crusades
Now we can talk about some facts! Yes, there were Crusades. But
notice that they ended centuries ago, and jihad is still being practiced
today. Jihad has been with us for 1400 years. There is no comparison
between jihad and the Crusades; certainly not a moral comparison. And
when you’re looking at the Crusades, remember, in one sense the Crusades
were defensive wars. Why? As we saw in the first jihad map, it was
Islam that came out of Arabia and conquered the Middle East, a Christian
Middle East. The crusaders were trying to free their Christian brothers
and sisters from jihad. So there's no moral comparison all. The
motivation of the crusaders was to free Christians; the purpose of jihad
was, and still is, to enslave the Kafir.
So, the next time you hear somebody talk about “those dreadful
Crusades”, respond to the facts of the matter. Speak up and tell that
person, “You don't really know the facts!”
Source is here.
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