Crusades: Important Lesson

Could the Quran have been meant for Christian instruction?  “Kill them where you find them”, it says, but who is the real infidel?

People should realize that the outrageous behavior and practices of “Islam” are actually very attractive to psychos of all backgrounds who find the ‘Freedom under Sharia’ to be a pervert’s paradise.  This is the logical explanation for all the traitorous support it has worldwide.  Imagine what a wonderful world for gay men to have all the beautiful women buried alive in burkas, all straight men castrated, and free access to children and other unspeakable crimes.  Suddenly all the gays want to be religious.

The information presented here was obtained mostly from the Encyclopedia of Islam. This is a set of about 10-15 heavy volumes that I found at the library of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.  Unfortunately, this set was replaced by a newer set which ascribes to the Khasr’j all sorts of accomplishments that aren’t theirs.  They insert themselves into historical narratives and thereby corrupt everthing.  However, the truth is still there encoded behind the Jewish delusion, and I’d already read enough and had notes sufficient to understand what they are trying to hide.

It’s the fact that the companion to Muhammad, Omar, the last Caliph, was Christian, and therefore so was Muhammad.  If you know the correct locations of all his battles, it’s clear that he was fighting on the side of the Byzantine Christians.  This is all turned upside down for the Jihadis.  They know none of this and can’t comprehend it.

I began studying this subject long before the Jihadis arrived to take key positions in the Obama administration.  Much information that was available then has been deleted.  Not to worry, because the truth is so obvious and so impossible to refute, that all their efforts will come to naught.  The diameter of the knowledge dictates the circumference of the action.

The entries that most pertain to us are that for Damascus, Alamut and Constantinople. The Arabic names in English are phonetic, rarely spelled the same in different entries, but recognizable.  The names always include an indication of the tribe, place and professional title of important people.  If you learn the different names that are used for Western and Christian places and people, as they were called at that time, then you’re on good footing.  Rum is Rome for example, Kaldun is Caledonia which is Scotland, part of the Byzantine Empire at that time.  Maps of the world from the era of the Crusades help in deciphering the entries also.  This was no small project for me, but if you can find an old set of the Encyclopedia of Islam in a nearby library, put a guard on it, get it scanned and available for free upload.

Here are the results of my review of Islamic literature of the time of the Crusades.

 

The entry for Damascus was very interesting. It stated that there were no Muslims at all at the time of Caliph Omar, just before the Crusades.  Damascus had many churches and they were all Christian.  One of them had been transformed from a Greek temple, and it was the place where the head of St. John the Baptist was kept. This Greek temple had an inscription on it that foretold terrible consequences to anyone who demolished it.  The head of St. John the Baptist was very precious, and viewed as a war prize for the enemies of the Christians.  But there was also treasure, because coins were being printed there.

The invasion of Damascus that prompted a response from the Christian Knights was described in detail.  It started when a Khazarian infiltrated the school of the Old Man of the Mountain of Alamut, the Kabul Pass.

The full name of the infiltrator is given as: Rashid al Din Sinan b. Sulayman b. Muhamad Abu l’Hasan al Basri.  He is called Rashid, and this is clearly the source of the name ‘Rothschild’ because the Jews still pronounce it like Rashid.

The name ‘Sulayman’ is Solomon, together with Sinan, which is a town near North Khorasan Province, Iran, shows him to be a Jewish Arab.  He died in A.D. 1193  Rashid was a member of the tribe of Khazarian or Khaz’rj or Quraish Jewish Arab tribes known for their leadership in the slave trade.  I have read that Muhamad the prophet was from this tribe, and I’m certain that their Muhamad actually refers to Moses Maimonides.  He is the author of the laws that make up the Sharia Code.

His full Hebrew name is Rabbi Mosheh ben Maimon (Hebrew: רבי משה בן מימון‎), whose acronym forms “Rambam” (רמב”ם). His full Arabic name is Abū ʿImrān Mūsā bin Maimūn bin ʿUbaidallāh al-Qurtabī ( ابو عمران موسى بن ميمون بن عبيد الله القرطبي ) or Mūsā bin Maymūn (Arabic:موسى بن ميمون‎) for short. In Latin, the Hebrew “ben” (son of) becomes the Greek−style suffix “-ides” to form “Moses Maimonides”.

Rashid Sinan converted to Nizari Ismailism [Christian Arab] and entered their central headquarters at Alamut in Northern Persia. There is still a cemetery there with gravestones carrying the Star of David, or it was called the Hex symbol for a curse.

Rashid became a close companion of the heir apparent to Alamut, the son of Hasan I, the future Hasan II.  As became apparent later, Rashid was a spy who established a corps of fidais.   Fidais are what we would call today secret ‘assassins’.  The word ‘assassin’ actually was the word for a very faithful Christian.  See how they have messed with translations and definitions, and why they always outlaw the ancient language when they move in.  What a difference this information makes when it comes to interpreting the records.

The Fidais were trained to undertake missions to remove prominent enemies in secret. The reason for the secrecy is because those prominent enemies were great warriors and the Fidais were known to dress as women to carry out their operations.

The word Guerr, or Guar, as in guard, was their term for what we call the Knights Templar.

Rather than wage open war, the usual technique of the Khazarians is to corrupt a young prince, usually with homosexuality, and then trick him into betraying his own people.  Then the Khazarians in turn betray the young prince and seize power for themselves.  It’s described in the story of Jonathan, the son of King Saul. The same old trick is being attempted on a worldwide scale recently, as the Khazarians under all of their different identities throughout the earth collaborate to do what Rashid tried to do to Hussain II in Damascus.

Rashid failed because the Christian Knights stopped his efforts.

 

This pattern has been repeated so many times in history that its no wonder they invent myths to keep the next generation from knowing.  However, this time, is the time of the end of that repetition.

After that particular infiltration, the assassination of the lead Shayk Hassan I resulted in “unprecedented succession disputes”.   Hassan II, who had been strongly influenced by the crypto Jew Rashid Sinan, took the place of Hassan I and became Lord of Alamut (Hassan II). Hassan II appoints Rashid as chief da’L in Syria when he begins his reign in 1162.  He dispatched Sinan to the Syrian Nazirite  [Christian] community of Damascus where he caused enough trouble to kick off the Crusades.

 

The words Nazir and Nizar are the Arab terms for Christians.  It’s an honorable name, indicating status of high priest. All of Syria and most of the Middle East was under the rule of Constantinople the capitol of Rome.  It is a modern misconception that Rome “fell”.  The fact is that the capitol of the Roman Empire was moved to Constantinople and there never was a conflict with Rome, but that is another story for another time.

 

Saif al-Mulk ibn Amrun (1120–1138) was the commander of Al Kahf Castle.  Saif is another word for Caliph, al Mulk is Malek or king, ibn is ‘son of’ and Amrun is a corruption of the important name Omar.  Therefore, a better spelling of the name would be Caliph Al Malek ibn Omar.  

Omar was the Lord of Al Khaf. Omar was companion to Muhammad and his choice of successor.  I don’t know what their family relationship is.  Muhammad’s only known daughter is Fatima, and the place chosen by the Blessed Virgin Mary for her miraculous appearance was the place in Portugal named for Fatima.

Al Kahf Castle was the major Nizari [Christian] stronghold in Syria in the Djabal Behra region of central Syria.  The young Hussein II sent a military force to Damascus and in the process Rashid pulled a coup and so was able to establish the slave market and steal the palace treasure.  He sent it to his home base at Khorasan.  St. John of Malta decided to put a stop to the slave trade first, then the Mongolian Crusaders recovered the treasure from the Khazarians at Khorasan.  This was about the time that the Crusaders sailed off with it, rather than return it to Damascus.

 

Al-Kahf Castle

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18.2 km NxNW of Duraykīsh, 19.9 km SE of Bāniyās, 24.4 km W of Maşyāf, 25.2 km N of Şāfītā
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Al-Kahf Castle
قلعة الكهف
Al-Ansariyah mountains, Syria

Al-Kahf Castleقلعة الكهف is located in Syria

Al-Kahf Castleقلعة الكهف
Al-Kahf Castle
قلعة الكهف
Coordinates 35.04114°N 36.08266°E
Type Castle
Site information
Owner Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM)
Controlled by  Saif al-Mulk ibn Amrun (1120–1138)
Ismailis (1138–1273)
Mamluk Sultanate (1273–1516)
Ottoman Empire (1516–1918)
Open to
the public
Yes
Condition Partially ruined
Site history
Built 1120
Built by Saif al-Mulk ibn Amrun
In use Until 19th century
Materials Limestone
Demolished 1816

Al-Kahf Castle or Castle of the Cave (Arabic: قلعة الكهف‎) is a medieval Ismaili castle located around 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of Margat, in the al-Ansariyah mountains in northwest Syria.[1]

The castle was built around 1120 by Saif al-Mulk ibn Amrun,[2] and was sold to the Ismailis 1138 by his son Musa.[1]

Wikipedia References I wouldn’t trust:

  1. ^ Jump up to:a b Darke, 2006, p.196.
  2. Jump up^ Setton; Baldwin, 2006, p.119.

 

 

There’s a reason the name Amrun in this wikipedia entry is corrupted in controlled wikipedia entries.  The present day Jihadis despise the name Omar.  This is the Omar who was the second Caliph.  In Islamic lore he actually was a companion to Muhammad and Omar was Muhammads’ chosen successor.  Omar was always known as the Sunni leader, which meant traditional or undivided, but this has been forgotten.  He was the warrior, Muhammad was a merchant.

The name Omar became James, and the name Muhammad became Amadeus. They were all Christians, as even wikipedia acknowledges, and even as they misspell the name of Omar, the man who built the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.  No matter what the true age of Al Kahf, it was built in Christian Byzantine Syria.  It might be older, since a Sura in the Koran is named for it.  In this Sura, the word Al Kahf is translated as ‘the cave’ which is very misleading since the Castle Al Kahf was a famous landmark.

The roots of Islam are here in this entry: “Sinan Rashid taught his own version of the Kyama doctrine but it never attained deep roots in the community”.  Sinan Rashid is contempory with Christian King Amalric I, and Salah al Din but Rashid did not play a major role, and his attempts at creating a new sect ended when he was evicted by the Christian army.  There is no mention of any ‘crusade’ in Arabic literature at the time.  The records show that Christian Byzantines built churches, hospitals and schools throughout the middle east at this time, especially in Syria.  This can be found in multiple entries. Madrasa is the name for school.

Nur Al Din, was a Christian, an ardent traditionalist who ruled over the Zagrid and who was at the height of his power.  It is reported that Sinan Rashid paid tribute to the ’Crusaders’ for their protection against Nur Al Din.  Sinan Rashid sent Fidais to kill  Nur Al Dins’ brother, Sal Al a Din twice without success, but they did succeed in killing Conrad of Mount Ferrat, who was a traitor to the Christians. Apparently there were factions within the Christian community and Rashid Sinan was played on by these Christian factions.

The sons of Toktamish represent the leaders of the Christian Knights and their Mongolian allies who helped to expel the Khazarians in the Northern and Eastern regions of Christendom.  Toktamish is the same name as Thomas Berard in the list of Grand Masters of the Knights Templar.  His sons were:  Djaber Berardi, Karim Berardi, Kebek Berardi and Kadir Berardi. These all carry the suffix ‘al Din.  These events are preserved among the Noghays, Bashkirs, Kazaks, Karakalpacs and the Ozbegs.

This entry indicates that after being expelled from Damascus, the Khasarians went toward Africa.

Around 1150, the last of the white tribes in Africa known as the Aksumite dynasty lost control to Khazarian usurpers of what had been Fulasha government.  These Kazarians claim descent from King David.  The propaganda of the Khazarians was based on a composite of legends from the Old Testament and served to promote the House of David and bring the population to their side.  The House of David established itself in what had been Aksum’s southern borderlands and there they established the slave trade and gold mines which were worked by those slaves.  Most captured slaves were not sold at this time, but were sent to these gold mines to work. This is described by the writer Cosmos.  Thus they became the most important of the inland partners of slave traders in the Gulf of Aden and on the Dahlak Islands.  The Western African coast also came into the control of these Khazarian, though the land had been traditionally the land of the Fulasha, who were white cattlemen.

After the usurpation of the Khazarians in the southern region of the Nile, the Aksumites migrated across the Mediterranean. Their main tribal name was the Buji, which I recognize in the name and culture of Beaujolais.

“Under the influence of Peter of Cluny (d. 1156), the first translation of the Koran had been achieved in 1141.”   ‘Caliph’ Omar was actually a Duke or Border Lord in the Christian Byzantine Empire of which Damascus was part.  His descendants use the name James instead of Omar, so therefore his descendants are the Stuarts, the last Catholic kings of Europe.  In French, Omar became Maurice and Muhammad became Amadeus.  The leaders of the first Crusades, the Counts Raymond de Barras of Toulouse, as it was written by Viscount Paul Barras in his Memoirs written in the early 1800’s.  Barras was a General and head of the Directorate before Napoleon’s coup, and Barras’ uncle Melchior played a decisive part in the American Revolutionary war.

In the history books, this family is known as the Falconians, and in French, D’Aigre because they carried the standard of the Roman Armies, the Eagle.  The Eagle is mentioned in Catholic prophecy, that when the rightful Stewarts return, so will the nesting Eagles, and that at the final war, the Eagles will gather.  That’s us. They were the military side of the tri-partite Feudal government. They were the Border Lords, the Marquis or in Arabic, the word would sound like Mucasey.  They were the military orders of the Church, Roman Catholic regiments spread throughout the world.

 

The Falcon refers to the Roman Eagle ‘standard’ for which Roman soldiers were famous, further underlining the fact that the first receivers of the unadulterated Koranic text were Christian Byzantines under the Roman Catholic Empire. The name Al Rahman, became Raymond, as in the Counts of Toulouse. When William the Conqueror evicted the Khazarians and their slave trade out of the British Isles, he handed Barnstaple over to his brother Omar as a Free Bishopric.  This is where Omar became James and the Stuart dynasty. The title Stuart, or Steward, refers to their role as the military arm of the Christian Empire, not actually their surname. 

Another Raymond Gaucher, a Christian missionary to Islam in the Middle Ages, is a member of the Gautier family who were the founders of Cluny and among the first settlers of Acadia in Nova Scotia, and other Catholic settlements.  This is the name given as the admiral who sailed away with the treasure ‘overseas’, and is certainly the family of William the conqueror.

These were the men who founded the Christian Knights, the ones we call the Crusaders.  Think logically about why your educational leaders would want to hide the fact that the Crusaders had gone out to destroy the slave trade.  Who else would want to hide that, if not those very slave traders, right?  And don’t you think they are still angry about that?

The Spanish version of Gautier is Gutierez.  There was a famous disagreement with Aberroes [Berard] over what was probably a revised Koran, but the disagreement is called Arianism.  The wisdom of the Catholic Church warned people against this heresy, and it is at the root of the Protestant heresy as well.  Ariansim is an ego flattering trick that man can be God, that Jesus was not the son of God, and that’s about what Islam is.  The words are purposefully mistranslated and twisted by the Imams in order to rile up their Jihadi generation and send them to their slaughter against the Christians.  Even their own prophecies predict the annihilation of the Arabs.

One event that kicked off the Crusades was the death of the Proto Martyrs, among the first martyrs of the Catholic Church who were killed by ‘Muslims’.  Today the prohibition against Islam by the Catholic Church is said to be due to the question of “Muslim attitude”. What this means, decoded, is that Muslims love to kill Christians, and will trick, lie and do any evil thing to behead a Christian as their religion clearly instructs.  Putting the stories altogether, I can see the truth has been covered up completely, regarding the murderous attitude of Muslims toward Catholics.  The very name ‘proto-martyrs’ is misleading, and this is a cover-up within the Catholic Church today which has never been there before concerning Islam.

Why not just speak the truth clearly? How many lives could have been saved if this information hadn’t been covered up by devious elements within the illegally occupied Vatican and world government buildings.  These are all people who toss others to the wolves, and they so conveniently gather together in government buildings that serve no good purpose anyway.

These were the events that ushered in the Middle Ages. The essential factor of this era is the movement of commerce towards the North Sea and away from the Mediterranean.  This Northern Band of Trade went from the British Isles, through Northern Europe and Constantinople and through the Kabul Pass (Alamut) and on to China.  It probably continued around the world through Nova Scotia where the codfish that were caught there and dried became a staple in Constantinople.  Assize records indicate a thriving economy and world wide trade.

Five colleges were founded throughout the Byzantine Roman Empire to teach Hebrew, Aramaic/Arabic, and Chaldean.  These were in Rome, Bologna, Paris, Oxford and Salamanca.  Therefore, works which come down to us in Arabic writing were probably mostly written by Christians who attended these colleges.  Ibn Kaldun for example, most probably was a Caledonian, which is Scotland, considering that he reports on events in that region.

Full name of Hassan I and II:  

Al Afdal b. Salah al Din

Al Malik [King] Al-Afdal Abu ‘l Hasan ‘Ali Nur al Din (1169-1225) was a member of the Christian Ayyubid Dynasty.

On Saladin’s death Nur Al Din was recognized as ruler of Damascus and head of the Ayyubid family.  Egypt, Damascus and all of his Syrian fiefs eventually became a dependency of the “Saldjuk Sultan of Rum”, which is the Christian Patriarch of Constantinople.

The final Grand Masters of the Temple between 1247 and 1293 are listed as:

Willam of Sonnac 1247-1250

Reginald of Vichiers 1250-1256

Thomas Berard 1256-1273

William of Beaujeau 1273-1291

Theobald Gautier is recorded to have left with the fleet of Knights Templar ships and treasure to go ‘overseas’.  Many people believe that this was to Acadia, Nova Scotia. It is this treasure that is believed to be in North Carolina at Green Oaks, within a very tricky underground structure that no one has yet been able to enter. Famous people of the Pirate persuasion have dumped tons of money into trying to get past the ingenious devices, and so it is now called the Money Pit.

The name Al Afdal of the Ayyubid Dynasty is found in its westernized version in St. Odile and Adelaid of Italy.  This was powerful and wealthy family of Catholics.

This is a brief from wikipedia:

Named after her paternal grandmother, Adelaide of Italy, Abbess Adelaide was the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Otto II and Empress Theophanu. She was educated in the Quedlinburg Abbey by her paternal aunt, Matilda, Abbess of Quedlinburg, who died on 7 February 999. Adelaide was elected her successor.

Adelaide and her older sister, Sophie I, Abbess of Gandersheim, acted as true kingmakers, having rejected Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen (who discounted their influence), as candidate for kingship. Together with Sophia, Adelaide significantly influenced the election of Henry II as King of the Romans and legitimizing him in 1024, when he visited Vreden and Quedlinburg. The Princess-Abbess and her sister would play the same role in election of Conrad II as Holy Roman Emperor. Nonetheless, when Sophie died in 1039, Conrad II denied Adelaide’s request to succeed her as Abbess of Gandersheim.  Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor, agreed to her right to rule Gandersheim.

Adelheid died either on 14 January 1045 or on 14 January 1044 and was succeeded by her kinswoman, Beatrice of Franconia. Adelaide is buried in Quedlinburg Abbey. A lifesized tomb marker preserves the image of Adelaide. She is represented as a holy woman by monastic habit and by her Gospel book.

 

 

24 Dixit quoque Deus: “Producat terra animam viventem in genere suo, iumenta et reptilia et bestias terrae secundum species suas”. Factumque est ita.

The following is a digest version of

Traditional Catholic Priest

by Fr. Peter Carota

February 8, 2016

St. John Of Malta Freed Catholics From Muslim Slavery

“St. John was born of very pious and noble parents, at Faucon, on the borders of Provence, June the 24th, 1169, and was baptized John, in honour of St. John the Baptist. His mother dedicated him to God by a vow from his infancy. His father Euphemius sent him to Aix, where he learned grammar, fencing, riding, and other exercises fit for a young nobleman. But his chief attention was to advance in virtue. He gave the poor a considerable part of his money his parents sent him for his own use; he visited the hospital every Friday, assisting the poor sick, dressing and cleansing their sores, and affording them all the comfort in his power.

Being returned home, he begged his father’s leave to retire to a little hermitage not far from Faucon, with the view of living at a distance from the world, and united to God alone by mortification and prayer. But finding his solitude interrupted by the frequent visits of his friends, he desired his father’s consent to go to Paris to study divinity, which he easily obtained. He went through these studies with extraordinary success, and proceeded to doctor of divinity with uncommon applause. He was soon after ordained priest, and said his first mass in the Bishop of Paris’s chapel, at which the bishop himself, Maurice de Sully, the abbots of St. Victor and of St. Genevieve, and the rector of the university assisted.

 

Splendor Of The Latin Mass Offered By St. John Of Malta

When A Miracle Happened When Mary And An Angel With Hands Catholic Captive Appeared 

He came to a resolution of devoting himself to the occupation of ransoming Christian slaves from their captivity among the infidels; considering it as one of the highest act of charity with respect both to their souls and bodies. But before he entered upon so important a work, he thought it needful to spend some time in retirement, prayer, and mortification; and having heard of a holy hermit, St. Felix Valois, living in a great wood near Gandelu, in the diocese of Meaux, John spent time there and disclosed to Felix the design he had conceived, to redeem Christians under Islamic slavery.  Felix took some time to recommend it to God by prayer and fasting, and then set out for Rome in the year 1197, to obtain the pope’s benediction. They found Innocent III promoted to the chair of St. Peter, who by letters of recommendation from the Bishop of Paris, his holiness received them as two angels from heaven, lodged them in his own palace, and gave them many long private audiences.

After which he assembled the cardinals and some bishops in the palace of St. John Lateran, and asked their advice. After their deliberations he ordered a fast and particular prayers to know the will of heaven. Innocent III consented to their erecting a new independent religious order, and declared St. John the first general minister. The Bishop of Paris, and the abbot of St. Victor, were ordered to draw up their rules, which the pope approved by a bull in 1198. He ordered the religious to wear a white habit, with a red and blue cross on the breast, and to take the name of the order of the Holy Trinity. He confirmed it some time after, adding new privileges by a second bull, dated in 1209.

The two founders returned to France, where king, Philip Augustus authorized the establishment of their order in his kingdom. Gaucher III, lord of Chatillon, gave them land whereon to build a convent. Their number increasing, the same lord, seconded by the king, gave them Cerfroid, the place in which St. John and St. Felix concerted the first plan of their institute. It is situated in Brie, on the confines of Valois. This house of Cerfroid, or De Cervo frigido, is the chief of the order…[I would like to have this verified because I see the word Phrygian here, do you? author’s note]. The two saints founded many other convents in France, and sent several of their religious to accompany the counts of Flanders and Blois, and other lords, to the holy war. Pope Innocent III wrote to recommend these religious to Miramolin [probably Moamides], Jewish king of the Moroccan slave trade; and St. John sent thither two of his religious in 1201, who redeemed one hundred and eighty-six Christian slaves the first voyage. The year following, St. John went himself to Tunis, where he purchased the liberty of one hundred and ten more. He returned into Provence, and there received great charities, which he carried into Spain, and redeemed many in captivity under the Moors. On his return he collected large alms among the Christians towards this charitable undertaking. His example produced a second order of Mercy, instituted by St. Peter Nolasco, in 1235.

St. John made a second voyage to Tunis in 1210 in which he suffered much from the infidels, enraged at his zeal and success in exhorting the poor slaves to patience and constancy in their faith. As he was returning with one hundred and twenty slaves he had ransomed, the barbarians took away the helm from his vessel and tore all its sails, that they might perish in the sea.

The saint, full of confidence in God, begged him to be their pilot, and hung up his companions’ cloaks for sails, and, with a crucifix in his hands kneeling on the deck, singing psalms, after a prosperous voyage, they all landed safe at Ostia, in Italy. Felix, by this time, had greatly propagated his order in France, and obtained for it a convent in Paris, in a place where stood before a chapel of St. Mathurin, whence these religious in France are called Mathurins.

St. John lived two years more in Rome, which he employed in exhorting all to penance with great energy and fruit. He died on the 21st of December, in 1213 aged sixty-one. He was buried in his church of St. Thomas, where his monument yet remains, though his body has been translated into Spain. Pope Honorius III confirmed the rule of this order a second time. By the first rule they were not permitted to buy any thing for their sustenance except bread, pulse, herbs, oil, eggs, milk, cheese, and fruit, never flesh or fish: however, they might eat flesh on the principal festivals, on condition it was given them. They were not, in travelling, to ride on any beasts but asses.”  Butlers Lives of the Saints.

One of the founders of the Mercedarians with St. Peter Nolasco and King James of Aragon.

It is no surprise that the soldiers wished to recover all the money spent on redeeming slaves, so as to discourage the practice.

 

Notes:

The following is Sura Al Kahf, one of the longest of the Surah.  I never read Hadith, because all of the insanity of Islam is the result of Hadith, which are commentaries ascribed to God. This is blasphemy, and this explains the craziness of Muslims and of all those who stray from Catholic dogma.

If the Koran was originally meant to be a Christian document, then it must have some important message for us, or so I came to think. This is why I decided to study the entire book to see where it would have been easiest to make the changes.  In this example, the name Al Kahf can be either a castle or a cave.  I’ve used Al Kahf here as castle name rather than cave, but Muslims use ‘cave’, obviously because Al Kahf was always a Christian stronghold.  Reading as if were a message to us, the believers, reveals instructions to us that we are to remove the unbelievers, the jihadis that is.  As servants of God this is our duty.  It all depends on who is who.

  1. All praise to God Who sent down the Book upon His Bondman and has not put therein any crookedness.
  2. The Book of justice that may warn of severe punishment from God and that may give the believers who do good deeds the glad-tidings that for them there is good reward. [This description applies to Christians]
  3. In it, they shall abide forever.
  4. And that it may warn those who say, ‘God has taken a son for Himself.’ [This is the most objectionable line in the entire Koran as we know it today, but this is also exactly what Protestants and Jews also believe.]
  5. They have no knowledge about it nor their forefathers. What a monstrous word it is, that comes out from their mouths. They are merely telling a lie.
  6. Then haply you will risk your life with grief after them if they believe not in this discourse.
  7. Undoubtedly We adorned the earth whatever is on it, so that We may test them as to which of them is best in works.
  8. And undoubtedly whatever is on it, We shall one day leave it as a barren field.
  9. Did you know that the men of Al Kahf and of the forest’s, side were of Ourselves as a wonderful sign?
  10. When those youths took refuge in Al Khaf and said, ‘O our Lord, ‘grant to us mercy from yourself and provide for us guidance in our affair.
  11. Then We smote their ears many years in Al Kahf.
  12. Then we raised them up that We might see which of the two groups most rightly tell the period of their stay there.
  13. We relate to you their story with truth. These were some young men who believed in their Lord and We increased them in guidance.
  14. We solaced their hearts when they stood up and said. ‘Our Lord is He Who is the Lord of heavens and earth, we shall not worship any god beside Him, if we did so, then necessarily we uttered crossing the limit.
  15. These our people have taken for themselves gods besides Him. Why then they do not bring for them a bright authority? Then who is more unjust than he who fabricates a lie against God.
  16. And when you have separated yourselves from them and from all that which they worship beside God, then take refuge in Al Kahf, your lord will unfold for you His mercy and will prepare an easy arrangement of your affairs.
  17. And O beloved! You will see the sun when it rises, moves away from Al Kahf to the right and when it sets, turn away from them on the left, whereas they are in the open space of Al Kahf. This is of the signs of Allah. He whom Allah guides is on the right way, and he whom He sends astray, for him you will never find asupporter to guide.
  18. And you might deem them awake and they sleep and We turn them about to the right and to the left and their dog has stretched his forelegs at the thresh hold of Al Kahf. O listener! if you had a look peeping at them, then you would have run away turning your back and would have surely filled with terror of them.
  19. And likewise We did rouse them that they might question one another. One spokesman of them spoke, ‘How long have you stayed here, some of them spoke, ‘We stayed a day or part of a day’. Others spoke, ‘Your Lord knows well how long you stayed’, now then send one of you with this silver, to the city, then let him look for which food is the cleaner there and that he may bring for you provision from it, and let him be courteous and let him not inform anyone about you.
  20. Undoubtedly, if they would know you, then they would stone you or make you revert to their faith and if it were so, then you would never get any good.
  21. Likewise We did inform of them that the people might know that God’s promise is true and that near is the Hour -there is no doubt about it. When they began disputing among themselves about their affair’ then they said ”build over their Al Kahf a building.  Their Lord knows well about them. Those who prevailed in their affair said, ‘we swear that we shall erect over them a mosque.’
  22. Now they will say, They are three and the fourth one is their dog’, and some will say. ‘They are five and sixth one is their dog, without seeing, only guessing at random, ‘and some will say, they are seven and the eighth one is their dog.’ Say you, ‘My Lord knows well their number, none knows them but a few, so debate not about them, but the discussion to the extent outwardly expressed, and ask not of any man of the Book about them.
  23. And never say of any thing that I will do this tomorrow.
  24. But say that “if God please, I will do this tomorrow.  Remember your Lord when you forget.  Speak like this, ‘it is soon that my Lord might make me see the right path, nearer than this.’
  25. And they stayed in Al Kahf three hundred years. Nine more.
  26. Say you, ‘God knows well, how long they stayed. For Him alone is all the unseen of heavens and earth. What excellent He sees and what excellent He hears. They have no protector beside Him and He associates no one in His order.
  27. And recite what has been revealed to you of the Book of your Lord, there is none to alter His words, and never will you find refuge beside Him.
  28. And keep yourself familiar to those who call upon their Lord in the morning and evening seeking His pleasure and your eyes should not see others leaving them; [this describes Christians of the time] would you like the adornment of the life of this world? And obey not him whose heart We have made neglectful of Our remembrance and who followed his own desire and whose affairs exceeded the limit.
  29. And say, ‘the truth is from your Lord, then who so will, let him believe and who so will, let him disbelieve.  Undoubtedly We have already prepared for the unjust a fire whose walls would surround them. And if they complain for water, then they will be helped with water, which is like molten lead that will burn the faces. What a bad drink it is, and the hell what an evil place to stay.
  30. Undoubtedly those who believed and did good deeds: We shall not waste the reward of those whose works are good.
  31. For them, there are gardens for habitation beneath which streams flow. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and will wear green garments of silk and heavy brocade, leaning therein on raised couches,and the paradise, what a good resting-place
  32. And state to them the position of two men, that to one of them We provided with two gardens of grapes and covered them with date-palms and We placed agricultural farming in between.
  33. Both gardens brought forth their fruits and gave nothing short in it, and We caused to flow streams amidst both.
  34. And he had fruits, then he said to his companion, and he used to argue with him, ‘I have greater wealth than you and am stronger in respect of men.’
  35. And he entered in his garden while wronging his soul. He said, ‘I do not think that it will ever perish’;
  36. And I do not think that the Hour will ever come, and even if I am returned to my Lord, then I shall surely, get a better place of return than this garden.
  37. His companion replied to him while arguing with him, ‘do you disbelieve in Him Who created you from dust then from a purified drop of water, then made you a right man?’
  38. But I say only this that He, God, is my Lord and I associate none with my Lord’.
  39. And why it was not so that when you entered in your garden then you would have told, “as God wills, we have no power but the help of God, if you see me as less than you in wealth and offspring.
  40. Then it is near that my Lord will give me something better than your garden and send down thunder bolt from heaven on your garden, then it may become a bare plain ground.
  41. Or its water sink in the ground, then you could never be able to find it.
  42. And his fruits were encompassed, then he remained wringing his hands for what he had spent in that garden and it had fallen on its trellises and he is saying Oh; ‘If I would not have associated anyone with my Lord’.
  43. And he had no party to help him against Allah, nor he was able to take revenge.
  44. Here it becomes clear that the authority is of God, the True. His reward the best and best end is that of believing in Him
  45. And relate to them the example of the life of the World, it is as a water We sent down from the heaven, then the greenery of the earth because of it came out thickly and then it became dry grass which the wind scatter. And God is powerful over everything.
  46. The wealth and sons are an adornment of the life of this world and the lasting are the good things, their reward is better with your Lord and is best in hope.
  47. And the Day We shall cause the mountains to move and you will see the earth clean open and We shall raise them, then We shall not leave any one of them.
  48. And all shall be presented before your Lord standing in rows. Undoubtedly you have Come to Us same as We had made you at first, but you thought that We would never fix any time of the promise.
  49. And the book shall be put, then you will see the culprits fearing for what is written therein and will say, ‘Oh! Woe to us, what happened to this writing? It left neither any small sin nor a big sin that has not been encompassed, and they found all that they did before them. And your Lord is not unjust to anyone.
  50. And remember when We ordered angels to prostrate before Adam, then all prostrated save Iblees (Devil). He was of the Jinn, and then he went out of the command of his Lord. Do you take him and his offspring for friends apart from Me? And they are your enemies! What an evil exchanges the unjust got. [This refers to exchanging Catholic rule for Jewish rule]
  51. I had neither made them sit before Me while creating heavens and earth nor while creating themselves, and nor is it befitting to My Dignity that I should make My supporters those who lead others astray. [Outrage is expressed at the idea that God would choose a bunch of criminals as his supporters]
  52. And the Day when he will say, ‘call My associates, whom you fancied, ‘then they will call them; they will not answer them, and We shall set a field of destruction between them. [This is what happens when their Iphones stop working.]
  53. And the guilty will see the Fire and will believe that they are to fall in it and will find no way of return from it.
  54. And undoubtedly, We have explained in varied manner all kinds of examples in this Quran for the people. And the man is over every thing most contentious.
  55. And what hindered men from believing when guidance came to them and from asking forgiveness from their Lord. but that the traditions of the ancients should come to them or that the varied torments should come upon them.
    [The following few lines can be taken as speaking to Christians, but Muslims always interpret the quran in such a way as to always see themselves as the innocent party.]
  56. And We send not the messengers but as bearers of glad tidings and as warners and those who are infidels contend with falsehood that they may subvert the truth therewith. And they took My signs and what they were warned of as a joke.
  57. And who is more unjust than he who when he is reminded of the signs of his Lord turns away his face from them, and forgets what his hands have sent forward. We have put covers on their hearts that they may not understand Quran and in their ears there is heaviness. And if you call them towards guidance then too, they will never find the way,
  58. And your Lord is the Forgiver, full of mercy. If He would have seized them for what they did then He would have hastened torment for them. But for them there is an appointed time against which they will not find any refuge.
  59. And these towns: We have destroyed when they committed injustices, and We had appointed a fixed time for their destruction.
  60. And recall; when Musa [Moses] said to his servant, ‘I shall not desist until I reach there where two seas have joined, or I go on for ages.
  61. Then when they both reached the meeting place of two seas they forgot their fish, and it found its way in the sea making an underground passage.
    [I believe this is the Isthmus of Panama]
  62. Then when they had passed over from there, Musa told his servant, bring my breakfast, we have no doubt faced great hardship in this Journey.
  63. He said, please see, when we took rest near that rock, then undoubtedly I forgot the fish, and the Satan (devil) made me forget so that I may mention it and it took its way in the sea, it is strange.
  64. Musa said, ‘that is what we wanted; then turned back retracing their footsteps.
  65. Then they found a bondman from Our bondmen, whom We gave mercy from Ourselves and bestowed him, Our inspired knowledge.
  66. Musa said to him, ‘should I remain with you on the condition that you will teach me of the right things which you have been taught.
  67. He said, ‘you can never stay with me.’
  68. And how you will keep patience over that which your knowledge encompasses not?
  69. Musa said, ‘soon if God will, you will find me patient, and I shall not disobey you in any affair.
  70. He said, ‘If you remain with me, then ask, not anything, unless I myself mention it.
  71. Now both of them set out, until when they embarked in a boat, he cleaved it. Musa told, ‘have you cleaved it in order to drown its passengers, undoubtedly you have done a wrong thing.’
  72. He said? ‘ Did I not tell you, that you would not be able to stay with me.’
  73. Musa said, ‘catch me not for what I forgot and put not difficulty in my affair on me.
  74. Again, both of them set out, until when they met a boy he killed him, Musa said. ‘Have you killed an innocent soul without his having killed another? Undoubtedly you have done a hideous thing’.
  75. He said, ‘Had I not told you, that you could never keep company with me’?
  76. Musa said, ‘If I ask anything to you after this, then keep not company with me; undoubtedly, your excuse is already fulfilled from my side’.
  77. Again both went on till they came to the people of a village, they asked the villagers for food, but they refused to entertain them, then the two found a wall about to fall, he set it up right. Musa said, ‘if you had wished, you could have taken a wage for it’.
  78. He said, ‘this is the separation between me and you’; now I shall tell you the explanation of those things over which you could not have patience.
  79. As for the boat, it belonged to certain poor people who were working in the sea, then I intended to make it faulty and behind them, there was a king who used to seize every perfect boat forcibly.
  80. And as for the boy, his parents were Muslims, then we feared that he might involve them in contumacy and infidelity.
  81. Then we intended their Lord might give them one better than he in purity and nearer in affection.
  82. As for that wall, it belonged to the two orphan lads of the city and underneath it was their treasure and their father was a noble man; then your Lord desired that those two should reach their maturity and bring forth their treasure as a mercy from your Lord, and this I did, not of my own biding. This is the significance of those things on which you could not have patience. [This passage reminds me that the head of St. John the Baptist was kept in a wall in the church in Damascus, or inside of a column in the Church]
  83. And they ask you about Zulqarnain [Alexander the Great], say, you; ‘I recite to you an account of him’.
  84. Undoubtedly, We gave him a control in the earth and bestowed him a means of everything.
  85. Then he followed a way.
  86. Till when he reached the place of sun setting, he found it setting in a spring of black mud, and he found a people there. We said, ‘O Zulqarnain, either you punish them or do good to them’.
  87. He submitted, ‘as one who did injustice, we shall punish him soon, then he will be returned towards his Lord,  He will strike him with an evil striking’.
  88. And one who believed and did good deeds then the recompense for him is the good; and soon We shall speak to him easy affair.
  89. Again, he followed a way.
  90. Until, when he reached the place of sun rising he found it rising on a people for whom We had not put any shelter against the sun.
  91. So is the talk. And whatever he had, Our knowledge encompasses all.
  92. Again, he followed a path.
  93. Until when he reached between two mountains, he found inside them some such people who he deemed not to understand any word.
  94. They said, ‘O Zulqarnain, undoubtedly, Gog and Magog create mischief in the earth, should we then fix some tribute for you on the condition that you may set up a wall between us and them.’
  95. He said, ‘that upon which my Lord has given me control is better, then help me with strength, I may make a strong barrier between you and them.’
  96. Bring to me the pieces of iron, till when he leveled the wall up to the sides of the two mountains, he said,’blow’, till when he made it a fire, said he, ‘bring me, that I may pour molten copper on it’.
  97. Then Gog and Magog could neither climb over it, and nor could make a hole in it.
  98. He said, ‘this is a mercy from my Lord, ‘then when the promise of my Lord will come, He will break it into pieces, and the promise of my Lord is ever true.’
  99. And on that day We shall leave them that one group, of them will be an insurgency over the other and the trumpet shall be blown, then We shall gather them all together.
  100. And We shall bring the Hell before the infidels.
  101. Those upon whose eyes there were covering from My remembrance and could not hear the truth.
  102. Do you have then the infidel’s bondmen as their supporters beside Me? Undoubtedly We have already prepared hell for the hospitality of the infidels.
  103. Say you, ‘shall I tell you. Whose actions are worst?
  104. Those whose total struggle is lost in the life of the world and they imagine that they are doing good work.
  105. These are the people who disbelieved in the signs of their Lord and in His meeting. Therefore all-their deeds are vain, and We shall not establish any weight for them on the day of judgement.
  106. This is their recompense, the Hell for they who disbelieved and took My Signs and My Messengers in mockery.
  107. Undoubtedly, those who believed and did good deeds, the gardens of paradise are for their hospitality.
  108. They shall dwell in it forever, not willing to change the place therefrom.
  109. Say you, ‘if the sea be the ink for the words of my Lord, then necessarily, the sea would be exhausted and the words of my Lord would not come to an end, though We may bring the like of it for help.’
  110. Say you, ‘apparently in facial outlook of a man, I am like you, I receive revelation that your God is one God, then who-so-ever hopes to meet his Lord, he should do noble deeds and associate not any one in the worship of his Lord.

The word ‘associate’ is translated as ‘ascribe’ by the first English scholars of Islam.  This means that it refers to what is written.  I have always taken this to mean that commentary and additions and false interpretation of God’s word is prohibited and of course, this is precisely what they have done.  The words of the Koran can be falsely translated to mean almost anything one wants them to mean using modern definitions. However, the rule has always been that classical literature should be referred to in order to find the correct definition of the words.  

Another hard and fast rule is that any scripture needs two witnesses.  This means that the definition of the word and the actual claims made by the words will always be repeated in two other places in scripture, if it is true.  If it is a lie, a forgery or a mistranslation, it will only appear in one place, such as here in this Sura, which is the only one that is guilty of Catholic heresy known as Arianism.

The rest of the Koran in its classical translation is not necessarily anti-Catholic in essence, though in practice it has become a container for the Noahide laws.

There is probably more classical Arabic literature in the libraries of Europe than anywhere else, because this is where it was taught.

 

 

 

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