Critical Podium Dewanand Islam
History of Jihad #2
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Sacrifice date 25 march 2009
History of Jihad #2
Islamic theology (sic) absolved all crimes if they were
committed while fighting non-Muslims
While every nation has credited a penal code, the criminal mind of Mohammed
devised a penal code in such a way that if a Muslim did anything against
Islam, he was a Murtad (Apostate) and apostasy had only one punishment
in Islam - death. But if a Muslim gangster committed any foul and heinous
deed in order to bring victory to his gang (of Muslims), Islamic law forgave
all those deeds in the name of they being the Jihad against the Non-Muslims
(Kafirs) . Mohammed preached contempt for all non-Muslim and told his
gangsters that the non-Muslims were living in ignorance (Jahiliyaa) and
that he would lead his followers to enlightenment (Ailm or ilm). This
enlightenment forgave all acts of rape, murder, torture, as long as they
were committed against the non-Muslims (Kafirs). In all of Islam's existence
of 1400 years very few have been able to recognize this heinous nature
of Islam. Today those who are fighting the Muslims need to get an understanding
of what they are up against, if they are to defeat the Muslim and destroy
the threat of Islam once and forever.
What the Jihad Signifies
The battle of Badr marked the beginning of the Islamic terror of Jihad.
The Muslims had begun their dirty work. the Jihad was on and on in earnest.
Mohammed gave this name Jihad (from Jahada which in Arabic means struggle)
to his war campaign. In reality it was not a struggle, it was in fact
genocide against all humanity - since at that time except for the gang
of small bandits at Median, everyone else was non-Muslim. This defeat
of the Meccans in 624, was also the first victory for the forces of that
evil genius Mohammed .
Lessons from the Battle of Badr :
In this battle Mohammed ordered for the water springs to be sanded up
in this very first battle. This shows that he would stoop to any level
to win a war. This is more appalling, since Mohammad masqueraded as a
spiritual person, as a prophet of god. If any military commander like
Alexander of Hannibal had used this tactic, it would have been a legitimate
one to secure victory. But for a chap who claimed to be prophet of god
to do this is beyond words. We do not know whether to call Mohammed shameful
or shameless! This ruthless mentality was passed on to his followers and
has become typecast with all Muslims today. So always expect any Muslim
to stoop to any level Not just in battle, but even in day-to-day life.
This is first lesson in the Legacy of Mohammed as evident in his first
Battle at Badr.
The beginning of the Jihad and why Allah has no form
His being an evil genius was also seen in his decision of saying that
Allah has no form. There was no lofty or abstract reason for this. This
was a purely military tactic. With the Muslim object of worship having
no form or shape (and no sense either!), while his Muslim gangsters would
go about destroying idols and icons of other people, the Muslims presented
no object to a victorious army to desecrate and destroy, since the Muslim
fantasy of allah has no form and was not to be found anywhere, except
in the perverted minds of the gangsters of Mohammed . This was psychological
boost to the Muslim who could not be humiliated, in the way they humiliated
others. This was the kind of humiliation which the pre-Muslim Quraish
were to learn in a few years when Mohammed slyly capture Mecca.
The Battle of Uhud (3 A.H., 625 C.E.)
The Battle of the Uhud hill was an extension of the Battle of Badr. The
Quraish who were frustrated at Mohammed 's continuing assaults on the
Caravans, re-organized their forces and attacked Medina once again.
After .the defeat at Badr, the Quraish gathered a bigger forces comprising
of all able-bodied Quriash men and attacked Mohammed at Uhud. In this
war Mohammed promised victory to his followers and told them that as in
the Battle of Badr, they would get to plunder the attacking Quraish, who
always went to war well stocked with Tents, Carpets, and Cooking Utensils,
But this lust for plunder was to make Mohammed taste a military defeat
for the first time. He had placed a group of archers on a hillock to surprise
the attacking Quriash army, while the main portion of the Muslim army
would engage them below in the ravine. It so happened that the Muslim
archers who were fighting from an elevation could force the Quriash to
retreat. As the Quraish retreated, leaving behind their tents, cooking
pots, carpets, the main part of the Muslim army which was facing the Quraish
paused the fighting to collect this plunder left behind by the retreating
Quriash. On seeing their comrades helping themselves to the abandoned
wealth of the Quriash, the archers left their position on the hillock
and came down to share in the spoils of war. On seeing that the attack
of arrows had stopped, the Quriash re-grouped and attacked the Muslims
who were by now busy looting the abandoned Quraish Camp. This led to a
massacre of the Muslims and Mohammed himself was hurt by an attack from
Khalid-ibn-Walid the Quraish general.. And the battle ended in defeat
for Mohammed , who beat a hasty retreat into the fortified town of Madina.
Lessons from the Battle of Uhud:
Mohammed was basically a gangster, who in the initial stages found followers
by waving the carrot of plunder before them. The first Muslims were those
criminals who wanted to loot a harried and defeat enemy. So the level
of morality was quite low, as also was war discipline. The fact that greed
could get the better of the Muslims was the lesson for Mohammed from the
Battle of Uhud. Henceforth, he made violation of discipline and retreat
from a battle an offense punishable with death. This shows the ruthless
character of Mohammed , who would be merciless with his own followers
if they failed in the objective of defeating an enemy. This coercion played
a no small role in the successive victories the Muslims had.
Wherever the Muslims were defeated, they had to massacred wholesale as
happened at the Battle of Tours in France in 732. The Muslims could be
either victorious or dead. So to defeat the Muslims they need to be fought
to their deaths. A lesson America would do well to bear in mind in the
War of Terror.
There is another lesson to be learnt from the Battle of Uhud. The Quraish
who were led by Khalid-ibn-Walid, was an inveterate foe of Mohammed in
those days and he almost had killed Mohammed at Uhud, but after Mohammed
through his guile, made the Quriash weaker and finally overran Mecca,
Khalid saw that he could express his ferocity only if he combined it with
the malice and guile of Mohammed and so to continue his military career,
he converted to Islam. After his conversion Khalid-ibn-Walid became a
very fearsome Muslim general who led the Muslims to victory in the battle
of Al Yarmuk against the Byzantines in 12 A.H.
(636 C.E.).Khalid's conversion and later success itself tells a tale
that in the psychology of the Arabs, only if the powerful are also the
successful and dangerous, they are respected. Khalid would not have converted
to Islam, had he been able to slay Mohammed.at the battle of the Uhud
hill or defeat him subsequently. Since Khalid could not defeat, Mohammed,
he decided that the best way to ensure success for himself was to join
the Muslims. Before his conversion, Khalid was ferocious like all Arabs,
after his conversion, he also became malicious. Khalid's story has another
lesson for those who fight the Msulims, that the Muslims only understand
and respect strength and cruelty, they treat magnanimity, charity and
noblesse with contempt. So the Americans and our allies, should have to
re-invent the cowboy spirit and go for the scalps of the Muslims. If they
want to earn the respect of the Arab-Muslims, they need to put the fear
of death in them. Not individual death as the Arabs seek it in their martyrdom
(genocide murder) operations, but through mass slaying of the Muslim through
thermo-nuclear attacks, that would wipe out millions of them at one stroke.
There is no other way to defeat the Arab-Muslims.
The Battle of the Trench (or Ditch)
In the following year the Quraish built and alliance of different Arab
tribes to fight the Muslims. They enrolled the help of many tribes, among
them were the Banu Ghaftan. This confederacy of tribes, attacked Medina
with a huge army. This time the ruse used by Mohammed was to dig a ditch
or a trench around the city of Medina, on the suggestion of his Persian
follower Salman Farsi. The Persians had this practice of having trenches
and moats dug around cities. But the Arabs were unaware of this since
their battles were rarely against the few cities that existed in Arabia
at that time. They were used to attacking passing caravans. When the Quraish
confederacy approached Medina, they were confused by the Trench, since
they were unaware of trench warfare, and they settled for a long siege.
Now Mohammed applied his third trick of applying pressure selectively
on the confederate army and promising the different confederates with
friendship if they embraced Islam. While the punishment for anyone leaving
Islam was death. An ex-Muslim was a Murtad and had to be killed. At The
Battle of the Trench, in the beginning Mohammed 's overtures were met
with scorn. But as the battle became a long drawn one, with the weather
turning inclement with sandstorms, hail and rain, some of the confederates
decided to withdraw from battle after accepting Islam as a pretext for
withdrawing from the battle. The Quraish had not made the acceptance of
Islam a punishable offense, the way Mohammed had ordained death for those
leaving Islam. The first of the confederate tribe to fall for this was
that of the Banu Ghaftan. After this one by one of the confederates withdrew.
from the alliance by offering the pretext of embracing Islam. Finally
the Quraish decided that the siege could not continue and lifted it to
retreat to Mecca. Once the Quriash lifted the siege, Mohammed who had
suspected some poet and balladeers in Madina who has formally declared
themselves to be his followers (and had converted to his creed of Islam)
of having sympathies with the attacking Quraish, ordered that they should
be assassinated. Mind you, these poets were not combatants, they were
balladeers, who loved the free worship of the pre-Islamic Arab society,
and they decried Mohammed's tyranny thru their poems and ballads. That
was enough for Mohammed to order their assassination. And they had to
die not because they had picked up arms against the gangsters Mohammed,
and in battle, but by a sinister plot to murder them when they least suspected
that they would be done to death. The Islamic tradition to putting Murtads
(apostates) to death had begun.
Lessons from the Battle of the Trench :
Here Mohammed used subterfuge, very effectively to undermine a confederacy
that was opposing hi. The Muslims were to use this tactic in several wars
later on when the Arab contingents of the Persian (Sassanian) and the
Byzantine Armies defected to the Arabs. And the Muslim contingents of
the non-Muslim armies defected to the attacking Muslim army. So the lesson
is that a Muslim's loyalty is only to his co-religionists, never ever
to that of an army of a non-Muslim nation. Those non-Muslims who enroll
Muslims in the army bring in traitors. The experience of the American
with Muslim marines who have turned traitors is a latest illuminating
example of the trend of subterfuge started by Mohammed in the Battle of
the Trench. This is the lesson of the Battle of the Trench.
The Battle with the Jewish tribe of Banu Quraizah
After the Battle of the Trench, Mohammed turned on his favorite enemy
the Jews. He had in the inception of his claims to being a prophet of
some god, has tried to court favor with the Jews by telling them the had
accepted Moses and Abraham as earlier prophets, he being the last one.
He also asked the Kibla (direction of prayer) to be in the direction of
Jerusalem. Later when the Jews refused to accept him as a prophet, he
changed this direction from Jerusalem to Mecca (after the conquest of
Mecca). As the Jews kept resisting his claim as a prophet, he decide to
teach them a lesson. He started with the richest of the Jewish tribes
the Banu Quraizah who had earlier promised to help Mohammed if the Quraish
attacked him. But the gave only half hearted help during the three battles
at Badr, Uhud and Trench, so now Mohammed wanted his revenge on the Jews.
they had violated the terms of their agreement with the Muslims, and were
guilty of high treason they could no longer be allowed to live in Madina.
They were advised that they should lay down arms and migrate elsewhere.
The Jews ridiculed the proposal. So Mohammed besieged their citadel. The
siege lasted for twenty-five days. On the last day, Ali carried the citadel
by assault. All Jews were taken captive. Mohammed verdict was that all
male adults of the Banu Quraizah should be killed and their women and
children should be sold as slaves and their property distributed among
the Muslims. The Jews were then hacked to death, their heads were sawn
off and the heads were piled before Mohammed .
Lessons from the Battle with the Jewish tribe of Banu
Here Mohammed ruthless and bloodthirsty nature was made evident. He exulted
in the mass murder of the Jews and told his followers that appropriating
the property and the women of the Jews was a legitimate booty for the
Muslims. This was the practice the Muslim carry with them to this day,
and any non-Muslim unfortunate enough to fall into the hands of the Muslims
is beaten to death, as happened with the IDF soldiers of the Israeli army
who were lynched at the beginning of the second Intifada of the Palestinians.
It is today a common practice for the Muslim to dismember the bodies of
the murdered enemies and carry body parts as souvenirs, dance over the
corpses of slain enemies and distribute candy whenever Muslims kill non-Muslims.
This is what we witnessed in across the Arab world and especially among
the Palestinian on 9/11.
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