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The Islamic call to prayer was recited in Trafalgar Square, Central London last night

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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 09:30 AM
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When the raping and stabbing starts then you and your ilk will have invited it in I am done.

Hope you have a long life and enough prosperity to be comfortable. I leave this discussion with an old saying,
" If you are not liberal when your young you don't have a heart and If you are not conservative when your older you don't have a brain." Peace out




posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: Ansuzrune

"When the raping and stabbing starts then you and your ilk will have invited it in I am done."

This is the UK, wads of raping and stabbing being done, unfortunately, but its hardly just the domain of the Muslims.

We can indeed, and do, grow our own homegrown variety of depraved violent sex offenders.

"Hope you have a long life and enough prosperity to be comfortable. I leave this discussion with an old saying,
" If you are not liberal when you're young you don't have a heart and If you are not conservative when your older you don't have a brain." Peace out"

Peace to you also, but you dina seem to be spreading the love buddy, just nonsensical misplaced irrelevant YouTube vids. x

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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 09:40 AM
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a reply to: 1point92AU

The simple answer (which is a good thing, because it may sink in) is this.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland isn't a microcosm of an internet forum where people like you can peddle hate.

This may also come as a shock to you, but the UK isn't the USA.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 09:41 AM
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originally posted by: Ansuzrune

When the raping and stabbing starts then you and your ilk will have invited it in I am done.


Hold up, it's not actually the raping and stabbing, since that's been happening prior to any Muslims arriving there, is it? It's about who's actually doing the raping and stabbing, right? Is it worse when Muslims do it over the Protestants or Catholics already living there?



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 01:59 PM
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Ok for crying out loud. Somehow you micro brained people seem to reduce everything to a very small point. POINT BEING THAT RAPE AND STABBINGS HAVE GONE UP SINCE THE INVASION. Now go to one of your leftist sites that will dispute that fact but truth be told you can read article after article about Increases after Muslim immigration. Good God people Yes rape no matter who is a life sentence in my book.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:04 PM
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You call 22% of the world's population a virus and it's us that are "micro-brained"? LoL

School for you sharpish after Easter son.

There is no invasion ya silly sausage, you might want to scrap the dust off a history book or two and actually learn what the smeg actually takes place in this world of ours.

Beginning to sound like a pathetic excuse for a human being really.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:18 PM
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originally posted by: Ansuzrune
Now go to one of your leftist sites...


Nice try but I'm not a leftist. I'll await the evidence of your claims, hopefully you don't get stabbed and/or raped while you're trying to gather it up for our review.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:25 PM
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355: After removing a Roman temple from the site (possibly the Temple of Aphrodite built by Hadrian), Constantine I has the Church of the Holy Sepulcher constructed in Jerusalem. Built around the excavated hill of the Crucifixion, legend has it that Constantine's mother Helena discovered the True Cross here.

570: Muhammad was born in Mecca.

590 - 604: Pope Gregory the Great (c. 540 - 604) begans his liturgical reforms and changes in church administration.

594: Muhammad became the manager of the business of Lady Khadija.

595: Muhammad married Hadrat Khadija.

610: Muhammad had a religious experience on Mount Hira that changed his life.

613: Persians capture Damascus and Antioch.

614: Persians sack Jerusalem. damaging the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the process.

615: Muhammad invited the Hashimites to adopt Islam.

615: Persecution of Muslims by the Quaraish in Mecca intensified and a group of Muslims leave for Abyssinia (modern Ethiopia).

621: Abu Jahl became leader of a mounting opposition to Muslims in Mecca and organized a boycott of merchants in Mohammad's clan, the Hashim.

622: About 75 converts from Medina took the two Pledges of al-Aqaba, professing to Islam and to protect Muhammad from all danger.

622: The Hijra: emigration of Muhammad and his followers to Yathrib (now: Madinat al-Nabi, "the city of the Prophet," or simply, al-Madina). Foundation of the first Islamic community; social and economic reforms. Starting point of the Islamic calendar.

624: Muhammad broke with his Jewish supporters because they refused to recognize him as a prophet and adopt Isalm. He chose now to emphasize the Arabness of the new religion and has his followers face Mecca when praying instead of Jerusalem. In the end, all the Jews were either banished or executed.

March 15, 624: At the Battle of Abdr, Muhammad and his followers defeated an army from Mecca. Muhammad's chief rival in Mecca, Abu Jahl, was executed.

627: Meccan leader Abu Sufyan (c. 567 - c. 655) laid siege to Muhammad's forces in Medina during the battle of the Trench. Even with 10,000 men he was unsuccessful for the 15 days he was there. Muhammad suspected the Banu Quraiza Jews of helping the Meccans and had all the men killed.

627: A confederation was created between Muhammad's followers in Mecca and the eight Arab clains in Medina with the Constitution of Medina.

628: Muhammad led about 1,600 men on a pilgrimage to Mecca where their passage was blocked by citizens of Mecca. Fortunately they agreed to negotiate with Muhammad and then later agreed to the Pact of Hudaibiya, ending hostilities and allowing for Muslim pilgrimages.

629: After a group of Muslims was attacked, Muhammad dissolved the Pact of Hudaibiya and prepared to attack Mecca.

630: An army of 30,000 Muslims marched on Mecca which surrendered with little resistance. Muhammad took control of the city and made it the spiritual center of Islam.

632: Death of Muhammad. His father-in-law, Abu-Bakr, and Umar devised a system to allow Islam to sustain religious and political stability. Accepting the name of caliph ("deputy of the Prophet"), Abu-Bakr begins a military exhibition to enforce the caliph's authority over Arabian followers of Muhammad. Abu-Bakr then moved northward, defeating Byzantine and Persian forces. Abu-Bakr died two years later and Umar succeeded him as the second caliph, launching a new campaign against the neighboring empires.

632-34: Widespread tribal rebellion on the death of Muhammad. Abu Bakr, the first caliph (khalifa) reimposes the authority of the Islamic government throughout Arabia and sends Arab armies of conquest against Mesopotamia and Syria.

633: Muslims conquer Syria and Iraq.

634: Victory against the Byzantines in Palestine (Ajnadayn).

634-644: Umar (c. 591-644) reigns as the second caliph. The Muslims subjugate Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Mesopotamia and Persia. Garrisons established in the conquered lands, and the Muslim rulers begin to take control of financial organisation.

635: Muslims begin the conquest of Persia and Syria.

635: Arab Muslims capture the city of Damascus from the Byzantines.

August 20, 636: Battle of Yarmuk (also: Yarmuq, Hieromyax): Following the Muslim capture of Damascus and Edessa, Byzantine Emperor Heraclius organizes a large army which manages to take back control of those cities. However, Byzantine commander, Baänes is soundly defeated by Muslim forces under Khalid ibn Walid in a battle in the valley of the Yarmuk River outside Damascus. This leaves all of Syria open to Arab domination.

636 (?): The Arabs under Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas defeat a Sasanian army in the battle of Qadisiyya (near Hira), gaining Iraq west of the Tigris. A second victory follows at Jalula, near Ctesiphon.

637: The Arabs occupy the Persian capital of Ctesiphon. By 651, the entire Persian realm would come under the rule of Islam and continued its westward expansion.

637: Syria is conquered by Muslim forces.

637: Jerusalem falls to invading Muslim forces.

638: Caliph Umar I enters Jerusalem.

639-42: Conquest of Egypt (642 taking of Alexandria) by 'Amr ibn al-'As. Muslims capture the sea port of Caesarea in Palestine, marking end of the Byzantine presence in Syria.

641: Islam spreads into Egypt. The Catholic Archbishop invites Muslims to help free Egypt from Roman oppressors.

641: Under the leadership of Abd-al-Rahman, Muslims conquer southern areas of Azerbaijan, Daghestan, Georgia, and Armenia.

641/2: Under the leadership of Amr ibn al-As, Muslims conquer the Byzantine city of Alexandria in Egypt. Amr forbids the looting of the city and proclaims freedom of worship for all. According to some accounts, he also has what was left of the Great Library burned the following year. Al-As creates the first Muslim city in Egypt, al-Fustat, and builds there the first mosque in Egypt.

644: Muslim leader Umar dies and is succeeded by Caliph Uthman, a member of the Umayyad family that had rejected Muhammad's prophesies. Rallies arise to support Ali, Muhammad's cousin and son-in-law, as caliph. Uthman launches invasions to the west into North Africa.

649: Muawiya I, a member of the Umayyad family, leads a raid against Cyprus, sacking the capital Salamis-Constantia after a short siege and pillaging the rest of the island.

652: Sicily is attacked by Muslims coming out of Tunisia (named Ifriqiya by the Muslims, a name later given to the entire continent of Africa).

653: Muawiya I leads a raid against Rhodes, taking the remaining pieces of the Colossus of Rhodes (one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world) and shipping it back to Syria to be sold as scrap metal.

654: Muawiya I conquers Cyprus and stations a large garrison there. The island would remain in Muslim hands until 0966.

655: Battle of the Masts: In one of the few Muslim naval victories in the entire history of Islam, Muslim forces under the command of Uthman bin Affan defeat Byzantine forces under Emperor Constant II. The battle takes place off the coast of Lycia and is an important stage in the decline of Byzantine power.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:28 PM
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655: Battle of the Masts: In one of the few Muslim naval victories in the entire history of Islam, Muslim forces under the command of Uthman bin Affan defeat Byzantine forces under Emperor Constant II. The battle takes place off the coast of Lycia and is an important stage in the decline of Byzantine power.

661-680: Mu'awiya, founder of the Umayyad dynasty, becomes the caliph and moves the capital from Mecca to Damascus. The Umayyad family rules Islam until 750. Ali's followers form a religious party called Shiites and insist that only descendants of Ali deserve the title of caliph or deserve any authority over Muslims. The opposing party, the Sunnites, insist on the customs of the historical evolution of the caliphate rather than a hereditary descent of spiritual authority.

662: Egypt fell to the Umayyad and Abbasid caliphates until 868 A.D. A year prior, the Fertile Crescent and Persia yielded to the Umayyad and Abbasid caliphates, whose rule lasted until 1258 and 820, respectively.

667: The Arabs occupy Chalcedon, threatening Constantinope. Sicily is attacked by Muslims sailing from Tunisia.

668: First Siege of Constantinople: This attack lasts off and on for seven years, with the Muslim forces generally spending the winters on the island of Cyzicus, a few miles south of Constantinople, and only sailing against the city during the spring and summer months. The Greeks are able to fend off repeated attacks with a weapon desperately feared by the Arabs: Greek Fire. It burned through ships, shields, and flesh and it could not be put out once it started. Muawiyah has to send emissaries to Byzantine Emperor Constans to beg him to let the survivors return home unimpeded, a request that is granted in exchange for a yearly tribute of 3,000 pieces of gold, fifty slaves, and fifty Arab horses.

669: The Muslim conquest reaches to Morocco in North Africa. The region would be open to the rule of the Umayyad and Abbasid caliphates until 800.

672: Muslims under Mauwiya I capture the island of Rhodes.

672: Beginning of the 'seven year' Arab siege of Constantinople.

674: Arab conquest reaches the Indus River.

August 23, 676: Birth of Charles Martel (Charles the Hammer) in Herstal, Wallonia, Belgium, as the illegitimate son of Pippin II. Serving as Mayor of the Palace of the kingdom of the Franks, Charles would lead a force of Christians that turn back a Muslim raiding party near Poitiers (or Tours) which, according to many historians, would effectively halt the advance of Islam against Christianity in the West.

677: Muslims send a large fleet against Constantinople in an effort to finally break the city, but they are defeated so badly through the Byzantine use of Greek Fire that they are forced to pay an indemnity to the Emperor.

680: Birth of Leo III the Isaurian, Byzantine Emperor, along the Turkish-Syrian border in the Syrian province of Commagene. Leo's tactical skills would be responsible for turning back the second Arab Muslim siege of Constantinople in 0717, shortly after he is elected emperor.

688: Emperor Justinian II and Caliph al-Malik sign a peace treaty making Cyprus neutral territory. For the next 300 years, Cyprus is ruled jointly by both the Byzantines and the Arabs despite the continuing warfare between them elsewhere.

691: Birth of Hisham, 10th caliph of the Umayyad Dynasty. It is under Hisham that Muslim forces would make their deepest incursions into Western Europe before being stopped by Charles Martel at the Battle of Poitiers in 0732.

698: Muslims capture Carthage in North Africa.

700: Muslims from Pamntelleria raid the island of Sicily.

711: With the further conquest of Egypt, Spain and North Africa, Islam included all of the Persian empire and most of the old Roman world under Islamic rule. Muslims began the conquest of Sindh in Afghanistan.

April 711: Tariq ibn Malik, a Berber officer, crosses the strait separating Africa and Europe with a group of Muslims and enters Spain (al-Andalus, as the Muslims called it, a word is etymologically linked to "Vandals"). The first stop in the Muslim conquest of Spain is at the foot of a mountain that comes to be called Jabel Tarik, the Mountain of Tarik. Today it is known as Gibraltar. At one time the Berbers had been Christians but they recently converted in large numbers to Islam after the Arab conquest of North Africa.

July 19, 711: Battle of Guadalete: Tariq ibn Ziyad kills King Rodrigo (or Roderic), Visigoth ruler of Spain, at the Guadalete River in the south of the Iberian peninsula. Tariq ibn Ziyad had landed at Gibraltar with 7,000 Muslims at the invitation of heirs of the late Visigoth King Witica (Witiza) who wanted to get rid of Rodrigo (this group includes Oppas, the bishop of Toledo and primate of all Spain, who happens to be the brother of the late king Witica). Ziyad, however, refuses to turn control of the region back over to the heirs of Witica. Almost the entire Iberian peninsula would come under Islamic control by 718.

712: Muslim governor of Northern Africa Musa ibn Nusayr follows Tariq ibn Ziyad with an army of 18,000 as reinforcements for the conquest of Andalusia. Musa's father had been a Catholic Yemenite studying to be a priest in Iraq when he was captured in Iraq by Khalid, the "Sword of Islam," and forced to choose between conversion or death. This invasion of Iraq had been one of the last military orders given by Muhammed before his death.

714: Birth of Pippin III (Pippin the Short) in Jupille (Belgium). Son of Charles Martel and father of Charlemagne, in 0759 Pippin would capture Narbonne, the last Muslim stronghold in France, and thereby drive Islam out of France.

715: By this year just about all of Spain is in Muslim hands. The Muslim conquest of Spain only took around three years but the Christian reconquest would require around 460 years (it might have gone faster had the various Christian kingdoms not been at each other' throats much of the time). Musa's son, Abd el-Aziz, is left in charge and makes his capital the city of Seville, where he married Egilona, widow of king Rodrigo. Caliph Suleiman, a paranoid ruler, would have el-Aziz assassinated and sends Musa into exile in his native Yemen village to live out his days as a beggar.

716: Lisbon is captured by Muslims.

717: Cordova (Qurtuba) becomes the capital of Muslim holdings in Andalusia (Spain).

717: Leo the Isaurian, born along the Turkish-Syrian border in the Syrian province of Commagene, revolts against the usurper Theodosius III and assumes the throne of the Byzantine Empire.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:31 PM
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I can keep going and any reasonable thinking human can extrapolate that Muslims have been a thorn in the side of humanity for quite some time. AND DONT THROW THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AT ME AS MARTIN LUTHER CHALLENGED THAT AND ANOTHER FORM OF CHRISTIANITY WAS DEVELOPED.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:37 PM
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No immediate threat at this point pip. But funny there are no go areas all over Europe. Can you explain why? I don't think you can. You are just a fence walking hulk of argument. No Pride no position.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:38 PM
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Listen precious, at the end of the day, it all amounts to Sun worship, not Son worship.

Organized religious practice is humanities thorn and bane not just Islam.

Tell me this how many races has Islam wiped off the face of the Earth?

How many Spanish inquisitions, witch hunts or holocaust have they perpetrated against Humanity?

What about World Wars, how many of those have they had?

Or nukes, how many of those have they dropped in anger on defeated nations?

Like i said mate, you might want to scrap the dust off a history book or two, as we are no angels, and then some.


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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:41 PM
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I new it. Referenced the Catholic church and inquisitions. Dammit Christianity is not doing it to this day. Islam is. By force or by soft invasion. Wake up.


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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:42 PM
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Keep going all you wish but ffs make a point. LoL

What's any of that got to do with an Islamic call to prayer recited in Trafalgar Square?



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:44 PM
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a reply to: Ansuzrune

I referenced a little more than the Catholic church and inquisitions.

Or are you just a slow reader? LoL


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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:44 PM
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World wars well Adolf Hitler loved Islam. Look that one up. He felt that the fighters gave of themselves for the cause ands wished his soldiers did the same. The Grand Mufti, Yasser Arafats uncle, met with Hitler for the final solution in the middle east. Want more?

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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:45 PM
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originally posted by: Ansuzrune
a reply to: AugustusMasonicus
No immediate threat at this point pip. But funny there are no go areas all over Europe. Can you explain why? I don't think you can. You are just a fence walking hulk of argument. No Pride no position.
well britain's population at the last census was 95% non Muslim.
Piss poor invasion lol



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:46 PM
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So how many world wars have the Muslim begun?

Computer says "None".

Yes please give us more, yum, yum. x


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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:46 PM
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Because in a secular society one does not blast their prayer over speakers as though your rights supersede others. THAT HAS BEEN MY POINT. YOU HAVE DIRECTED THIS ARGUMENT NOT ME.



posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:47 PM
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Let them shoot one rocket at Israel and you will see a world war the likes you wish you never seen. And you know what kind of rocket I reference to.

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