Friday, May 05, 2006

The Crusades were necessary!

Commies, dhimmis and Islamic appeasers often tell us we are to blame for the bombs aimed at us by Muslims, they tell us we are to blame because of our oppression of 'innocent' Muslims throughout the years, from the Crusades through the colonial empires, support for Israel and our 'racism' toward Muslims today!

Well why did we go on Crusade against Islam?

Lets take a look!

630 AD Two years before Muhammad's death he launches the Tabuk Jihad, this was aimed at the Roman Empire. Christians were forced to pay the jizya(poll tax)

632-634 AD Abu Bakr the first Caliph force converts non-Muslim Arabs

633 AD Khalid al-Walid, a bloodthirsty military commander leads a Jihad against the city of Ullays along the Euphrates River(modern Iraq). Khalid captures and beheads so many that a nearby canal, into which the blood flowed, was called Blood Canal

634 AD The Battle of Yarmuk in Syria the Muslim Jihadis defeat the Romans. This was to prove disastrous for the Christians of the East and a turning point in history!

635 AD Muslim Jihadis besiege and conquer Damascus

636 AD Muslim Jihadis defeat the Romans decisively at Battle of Yarmuk.

637 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) at the Battle of al-Qadisiyyah

638 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer and annex Jerusalem, stealing it from the Christian Romans.

638-650 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer Persia.

639-642 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer Egypt.

641 AD Muslim Jihadis occupy Syria and Palestine.

643-707 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer North Africa.

644-650 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer Cyprus, Tripoli in North Africa, and force Islamic rule in Persia, modern Afghanistan, and Sind.

673-678 AD Muslims besiege Constantinople, capital of the Roman Empire

691 AD Dome of the Rock is completed in Jerusalem on the site of Solomon's temple, only six decades after Muhammad's death.

710-713 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer the lower Indus Valley, massacring as they go.

711-713 AD Muslim Jihadis conquer Spain and impose the kingdom of Andalus.

732 AD The Muslim Jihadis are stopped at the Battle of Poitiers by Charles Martel, King of the Franks

807 AD Caliph Harun al-Rashid orders the destruction of non-Muslim prayer houses and of the church of Mary Magdalene in Jerusalem

809 AD Aghlabids (Muslim Jihadis) conquer Sardinia.

813 AD Christians in Palestine are attacked; many flee the country.

831 AD Muslim Jihadis capture Palermo, Sicily; raids in Southern Italy.

850 AD Caliph al-Matawakkil orders the destruction of Christian churches

855 AD Revolt of the Christians of Hims (Syria)

837-901 AD Aghlabids (Muslim Jihadis) conquer Sicily, raid Corsica, Italy, France.

869-883 AD Revolt of black slaves in Mesopotamia(Iraq)

909 AD Muslim Jihadis occupy Sicily and Sardinia.

928-969 AD Roman military revival, they retake Cyprus (964) and Tarsus (969)

937 AD The Ikhshid, a blood thirsty Muslim ruler, writes to Emperor Romanus, boasting of his control over the holy places.

937 AD The Church of the Resurrection (known as Church of Holy Sepulcher in Latin West) is burned down by Muslims; more churches in Jerusalem are attacked.

966 AD Anti-Christian riots in Jerusalem.

969 AD Fatimids (Muslim jihadis) conquer Egypt.

1003 AD First persecutions by al-Hakim; the Church of St. Mark in Fustat, Egypt, is destroyed.

1009 AD Destruction of the Church of the Resurrection by al-Hakim

1012 AD Beginning of al-Hakim's oppressive decrees against Jews and Christians.

1048 AD Reconstruction of the Church of the Resurrection completed.

1055 AD Confiscation of property of Church of the Resurrection.

1071 AD Battle of Manzikert, Seljuk Turks (Muslim Jihadis) defeat Romans and occupy much of Anatolia.

1071 AD Turks (Muslim Jihadis) invade Palestine.

1073 AD Conquest of Jerusalem by Turks (Muslim Jihadis)

1075 AD Seljuks (Muslim Jihadis) capture Nicea and make it their capital in Anatolia.

1076 AD Almoravids conquer western Ghana.

1085 AD Toledo is liberated by Christian armies.

1086 AD Almoravids send help to Andalus, Battle of Zallaca.

1090-1091 AD Almoravids occupy all of Andalus except Saragossa and Balearic Islands.

1094 AD Roman Emperor Alexius Comnenus I, asks western Christendom for help against Muslim invasions of his territory

1095 AD Pope Urban II preaches first Crusade.

The Crusades are ultimately unsuccessful, in fact the Crusaders betray the Romans and sack Constantinople in 1204 AD. The greatest betrayal in Christendom's history.

1453 AD Muslims Jihadis conquer and rape Constantinople ending the Roman Empire and 2000 years of history.

1492 AD The Muslims of Granada, the remnant of Al Andalus are defeated by Ferdinand and Isabella's armies. The Muslims are then expelled from Spain, liberating the last parts of that nation.

1529 AD Muslim Jihadis unsuccessfully besiege Vienna

1683 AD The second failed attempt to seize Vienna marks the beginning of 500 years of Islamic decline

Well now that you know how the first Crusades began, do you think that the Crusades were unprovoked? Are so called Muslim lands actually Muslim?

The Crusades were not only necessary but were noble and an example to us today in Christendom as how to deal with the Islamic threat from without and within!

1 comment:

Col. B. Bunny said...

Exactly! Good post!