Carlos Moore sees a disguised racism permeating Latin American society, invented by Arabs in the Iberian Peninsula.
“I have had the privilege to have lived in Arab countries,” Moore said, “and to be shocked by the extraordinary similarities to Latin America of structures of race in countries like Egypt. It was familiar ground. I was twenty-one, had just left Cuba. I lived in Egypt for a year. I was surprised to see how it was as though I had not left Cuba except for the fact that they spoke Arabic and adhered to the Muslim religion. From then on I began to study the structures of race relations in the Arab countries in a comparative way with relations in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. That became my focus.” — Dr. Carlos Moore
“Are you ready to learn about the history of Islam? Today I’m going to tell you about the great Muslim conquests which rocked the foundations of all European countries. I’m talking about the conquest of Belgrade on 4 Ramadhan 927 AH (1521 CE), under the leadership of Suleiman the Magnificent, one of the Ottoman Sultans
The city of Belgrade was the key to central Europe and its famous fortress was on the greatest fortresses of Europe and the most impenetrable of all.
When the Muslim army reached the fortress of Belgrade, they placed their canons around it and started shelling non-stop, in accordance with the plan. The attacks continued for three consecutive weeks, until troops shelled the largest tower, which collapsed along with the morale of the soldiers inside.
Then the Muslims stormed the fortress, sowing destruction. They fought until Allah granted them victory and they conquered Belgrade, the fortified city that was the pride of Europe.
The world is being readied for the next Holocaust… check out the disturbingly skewed perceptions of these Spanish Europeans fed a daily dose of demonization and lies by the media. They’re hip. They’re educated. They’re young and they’re old, and they’ll soon be ready to applaud, cheer, and chant their support as the killing of Jewish people escalates, because, as before, as … Continue reading