“Investors, mostly from Arab countries, have been building a mass illegal settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina by ignoring local laws and spatial plans, despite regulations and penalties, the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIN) announced on Tuesday From Sarajevo.”
“[S]he discovered in one of the archive drawers the never published Memorandum on Four Conferences that held place at the Vienna Court in 1896 regarding the plans of creating the then nonexistent Albanian nation…
Toleva explicitly wrote about the suppression of the impact of Serbia as one of the rational elements of the Memorandum which comprises four secret conferences…
Тoleva explained the establishment of connections of the Austro-Hungarian Consul with the leaders of the Albanian Muslim tribes…”
“Among the names noted by the census, 95.88 percent were of Serbian origin, 1.98 percent were Roman, 1.56 percent were undetermined, .26 percent Albanian, .25 percent Greek…
Aside from the names of communities, all of which are Serbian, the Turks were also recording the names of other landmarks. In the 480 page long document, there is not one community, hill, river, or mountain with an Albanian name.”
“The Koran and the Mussulman legislation emanating from it reduce the geography and ethnography of the various people to the simple and convenient distinction of two nations and of two countries; those of the Faithful and of the Infidels. The Infidel is “harby,” i.e. the enemy. Islamism proscribes the nation of the Infidels, constituting a state of permanent hostility between the Mussulman and the unbeliever. ” – Karl Marx 1854
“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.”
[T]he Germans were irresistibly drawn to this imperial seat of Muslim empire.
The Teutonic “superman” instinctively sensed that the Turkish Caliphate would be his natural ally.
By the turn of the century, the destinies of both countries were inextricably linked. In 1898, Kaiser Wilhelm II vowed Germany’s eternal friendship for the Muslim world as he stood with Turkish leaders before the tomb of Saladin the Great in Damascus.
During the years leading to the First World War, Berlin assumed more and more this role of “Protector of the Arabs” and “Savior of Islam,” a role which she has never relinquished. Even after the outbreak of war, with the encouragement of his German ally, the Ottoman Sultan-Caliph Muhammad Rashed invoked his subjects to rise in a jihad against the Western infidels.”
Ami Horowitz investigates the origins and the motivations behind the Muslim Brotherhood. From the Middle East to Europe to North America, Ami gets to the bottom of the organization’s radical agenda.