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Artist & Heritage Victims of Kuffarphobia

The artistic and cultural heritage of a society are often targeted by Islam, as a possible threat to its mono-cultural dominance, as first shown by Mohammed's zeal for killing poets (13 in all). When world heritage cultural treasures are destroyed, we are all the victim.

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Comment by shiva on May 13, 2015 at 2:38

This is a bit confusing. The Islamic lunar calendar does not add a "leap month" every few years to keep the lunar and solar calendars in sync

Comment by Alan Lake on May 12, 2015 at 18:31

Holy crap!  This is from Prof. Jenner's article on The Gospel according to Ibn Ishāq:

This meticulous and systematic dating by month which is Ibn Ishāq’s wont, is, of course, one of the main reasons why western historians classified his book as historiography in the normal sense of that word. 

However, as we now know, in the period which Ibn Ishāq writes about, at least six, perhaps seven, leap months occurred. How then, is it possible that not a single one of the numerous events Ibn Ishaq describes and attaches a date to, took place during a leap month? 

If his narrative of the life of Muhammad would be based on historical memories and on real events, however distorted, but remembered by real people, how can half a solar year (or more) remain unmentioned and have disappeared from the record? It must be admitted that this amounts to only 2.8% of the period concerned, but nevertheless this is serious, because Ibn Ishāq repeatedly enumerates the successive months in which Muhammad stayed in Medina, or elsewhere. How is it possible that these months in a row never include a leap month?

The same reason why Ibn Ishāq was mistaken for a historian like Thucidides or Herodot, his precise dating of events by month, may now become the argument that unmasks him as an evangelist, a gospel writer. His stories are not the reflection of events remembered if only vaguely, but his stories are sermons disguised as stories. There is no way in which he could have omitted the leap months if he would have been a profane historian. His stories can only date from a period in which people had forgotten that leap months had once existed. 

These stories by Ibn Ishāq, we are forced to conclude, do not attempt to describe memories of events that took place in the past, but they want to convince the reader that the protagonist of these stories, Muhammad, is the Messenger of God. Like the four gospels of the New Testament, they are not history in the normal sense of that word. Ibn Ishāq’s book, his widely known and often paraphrased Sīra, is nothing but a gospel. 

http://www.arabistjansen.nl/Arabist/Davis.html

Comment by Alan Lake on May 12, 2015 at 18:13

OK Joe, I've captured Jansen's video and put it in the archive (its too big to upload to 4F though)

Comment by Philip Smeeton on May 12, 2015 at 17:00

It looks like the Muslims, (like the Christians), tried to get their stories straight after the respective deaths of their founders. Tell a Christian that the Bible has been revised and rewritten and he will not listen. Tell a Muslim and he will kill you.

There is a bitter battle going on right now between creationists, and evolutionists, Strange that the Muslims aren't sharpening their knives.

Comment by Philip Smeeton on May 12, 2015 at 16:44

Was this Jansen addressing the European Parliament? I thought I noticed there was an embarrassed silence afterwards. Which is usually the response to anyone saying anything truthful about Islam. That or silly response by ignorant people.

"Hans was often asked for television shows but when he repeatedly met the wall of silly politically correct deafness, he stopped accepting these invitations."

Comment by Kinana on May 12, 2015 at 13:27

This is the first that i have heard of Prof. Jansen.  i read this summary of his work and life at the youtube site Joe refers to.

May he rest in peace and may we continue his work.

apologiamixer 

We all know Geert Wilders. but not many knows the big guns who work behind the scenes.


Like Intellectuals/Intelligentsia, and/or Islamic scholars.

Meet Prof. Hans Jansen, who just passed away on May 5th.
Please read it all, and watch the VIDEO

Make no mistake about it. Robert Spencer was his "student"
After a vailiant struggle, while being full of humour and tenderness, surrounded by his family and his beloved, Professor Dr. Johannes J. G. (Hans) Jansen passed away peacefully on May 5. R.I.P

* Amsterdam, November 17, 1942 Zwolle, May 5, 2015

Obituary Prof. Emeritus Hans Jansen, Dutch arabist
Hans Jansen was an eminent scholar with a worldwide reputation for his research into
islamic doctrine and thinking. As befits a scholar he was not satisfied with fairytales. So Hans continued to work to help break down the myth of multiculturalism and in particular of the peaceful pretense of Islam.
Hans discovered such a grave calendar error in the work of Muhammad’s biographer Ibn Ishaq that it is justifiable to conclude that the whole story was written with the sole intention to create the figure of Mohammed and to depict this figure as the messenger of God and final prophet:

http://www.arabistjansen.nl/Arabist/Davis.html

Hans was part of the Inarah conference, organized by equally worthy scholars who regularly meet in Germany to find out how Islam emerged. During breaks these scholars would converse in Latin or Greek or Arabic or Aramaic or Hebrew but generally in German. Hans visibly enjoyed this company in which no one was hindered by the strict boundaries of political correctness. This article by Hans is a result of those activities:

http://www.arabistjansen.nl/Arabist/Copenhagen11.html

All his life Hans remained amazed by the refusal of seemingly rational people to take notice of the findings of his and his colleagues.

Hans wanted to reach as many people as possible, he was definitely not the professoral recluse. Hans lived to publish and to inform. His writing style was lucid and transparent. None of his texts were exclusive or elitist. Hans’s books and articles were widely read. The series of articles published by Hans for the influential Dutch site Geen Stijl (no style) showed Hans in his best form as the informed professor who writes in an elegant, amusing and funny tone to reach a large group of readers.

Hans was often asked for television shows but when he repeatedly met the wall of silly politically correct deafness, he stopped accepting these invitations. If a request came to him, from then on, he would respond to the applicant with the words: “My father and mother do not allow me to appear on television any longer.”

When Hans was quite unexpectedly invited to stand as a candidate for the Dutch Freedom Party for the European Union Parliament, it was impressive to see how he, while already advanced in years, with enormous energy accepted this turn of career. I am forever grateful for him to have made this sacrifice so that also in the European Parliament the voice of reason would be heard.

Comment by Joe on May 12, 2015 at 12:59

Alan, this is an important video to capture.

https://youtu.be/6G0ao6zMs-o

Prof. Jansen (now deceased) is one of the ONLY islamic academics to speak out.  In this video he points out how the Year Zero antics of ISIS, Taliban, etc. can be traced back to the 9th century (and by implication, back to Mohd & the destruction of the idols in Mecca).


Comment by Alan Lake on May 6, 2015 at 0:27

UNESCO nominated site in Mali destroyed by jihadists

Published time: May 05, 2015 01:04  Get short URL

Reuters / Adama Diarra

Reuters / Adama Diarra

Militants demolished a mausoleum selected to be included on the UN World Heritage list in central Mali, according to AP. The jihadists left a warning, threatening everyone refuting their version of Islam.

The Cheick Amadou Barry mausoleum was partially destroyed in the village of Hamdallahi on Sunday night, one of Barry’s descendants, Bologo Amadou Barry, told AP. Barry was an Islamic religious leader in the 19th century responsible for spreading Islam in central Mali.

The attackers issued a written threat against all those who do not follow their strict interpretation of Islam. “They also threatened France and the UN peacekeepers and all those who work with them,”Bologo Amadou Barry said.

In 2009, the mausoleum was selected to be recognized by UNESCO, the UN’s cultural agency.

This latest attack follows a number of similar assaults which took place in northern Mali in 2012 when Islamic militants made gains in several towns in the area. Jihadists ravaged about 16 mausoleums built in honor of Timbuktu’s saints.

The pattern of destruction closely resembles that of extremists groups’ in Iraq and Syria, where museums and artifacts have been demolished by the likes of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS / ISIL).

Concerns have been growing in Mali about the rise of extremist groups further south. A newly-emerged jihadist group known as the Liberation of Macina has claimed responsibility for a number of attacks since January. Human Rights Watch also reported that local residents cooperating with French or UN soldiers have received numerous threats.

France led a military campaign in Mali in the beginning of 2013 to root out extremists trying to take control of key cities. A UN peacekeeping mission has also been deployed to Mali in an attempt to stabilize the situation.

The military campaigns were launched in light of ongoing fears that if Al-Qaeda-linked rebels gain a foothold in Mali, it could become a platform from which to spread throughout the region.

Comment by Alan Lake on April 7, 2015 at 4:11

And yet more destruction of the world's heritage from the thugs of Islam.

Jihadists smash Iraq’s 2,000-year-old statues to dust in new ISIS video

Published time: April 04, 2015 17:36   Edited time: April 04, 2015 19:45

The Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS/ISIL) has released a video of jihadist thugs using sledgehammers and AK-47s to smash what appear to be statues and walls in Hatra, an ancient 2,000-year-old city in Iraq.

In the 7-minute clip, entitled “smashing idols” posted to a militant website often used by IS, jihadists can be seen destroying carved stone faces on the ancient city walls and smashing boulders into the ancient pillars.

The video is slickly made and begins with aerial footage of the site. It is accompanied by the Islamic State’s signature music, found on most of their videos of killing and destruction.A jihadist speaking to camera says the historic site was destroyed because “it is worshipped instead of God.”

IS claims the historic temples and relics are“false idols,” which violate their fundamentalist Islamic views. Authorities believe some of the smaller statues and relics have been sold by the so-called Islamic State on the black market to help fund their campaign.

Hatra is an ancient trading center and dates back to the Seleucid Empire (323-64 B.C.) and is believed to have withstood Roman invasions thanks to its high towers and thick walls. The city’s unique mix of Hellenistic and Roman architecture is a monument “to the greatness of civilization,” according to UNESCO.

It is not completely clear just how much of the ancient city the militants have destroyed.

In March, an Iraqi tourism and antiques ministry official said it had received reports from employees in IS-controlled Mosul that historic sites in Hatra had been completely demolished.

A resident allegedly heard a powerful explosion and said IS had destroyed some of the larger buildings in Hatra, and had bulldozed others.

READ MORE: ISIS militants destroy ancient remains of 2,000yo city of Hatra – I...

UNESCO was unable to say conclusively how much damage had taken place even after satellite images were released.

"It is not clear whether damages have taken place to the site [sic]. We're in the process of analyzing the images and comparing them to the previous ones taken at the site," Giovanni Boccardi, of Unesco’s World Heritage Centre, told IBTimes UK.

The latest wanton destruction follows numerous other incidents. In March, Islamic State jihadists pictured themselves destroying Christian relics in churches in Nineveh, the ancient capital of the Assyrian regime, on the eastern banks of the Tigris, also in Iraq.

In the same month, IS destroyed 3,000-year-old winged statues at the Palace of Ashurnasirpal in the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon called the attack a “war crime.”

Comment by Philip Smeeton on March 27, 2015 at 17:16

Heritage,

I've got a thing for railway steam locomotives. I have actually wept when I have seen them in action. They awake in me a nostalgia and a pride in British engineering achievement, and they epitomize what we have lost, what we are losing, what is carelessly being given away and taken from us. This pride in our heritage, in our nation, our achievements and culture. The great  western civilisation that we have had a significant part in creating. The history of the railways is a history of ourselves. As of course are many other uniquely British events and characteristics and achievements. Genius, investment, determination and hard work.

 
 
 

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