Skip to comments.The Tsarnaev Brothers and the Coming Savage Empire of Islam
Posted on 06/30/2013 9:11:28 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
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The Boston Marathon bombing by the Tsarnaevs is not the first notable attack upon Americans by Eastern European Muslims. In 2007, a young Bosnian Muslim named Sulejman Talovic opened fire in the Trolley Square mall in Salt Lake City, killing five people and seriously injuring another four before being taken out by officers.
There will be more to come, as long as we keep observing the modern worlds sick obsession with multiculturalism.
As he was killing his victims, Talovic repeatedly proclaimed that Allah was great, and the night before the massacre he told his girlfriend that something is going to happen tomorrow that youll never be able to forgive me about. He also said that the day will be the happiest day of his life and that it could only happen once in a lifetime.
Prior to settling in America, Talovic had a hallucination in Bosnia of a white horse with two beautiful eyes, imagery which is emphatically Islamic.
Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev may be out of the way, but this should not make us believe that the Islamic threat is gone, or that the world is now safer.
Now is not a time to celebrate, but to study our enemy assiduously. The Tsarnaevs are from Chechnya, a nation of the Caucasus region. Now that the brothers are becoming household names, Americans should inquire into two of the most focal points of Islamic jihad: the Caucasus and the Balkans. Though much of the region remains Christian today, a sizable portion is Muslim, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Dagestan, and, of course, Chechnya.
The Balkans and the Caucasus harbor by far the most fanatic of all Islamic fundamentalists.....
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Dont't even try to fill in the blanks, Bud! Today's college graduate generally has as about as much factual knowledge under control as an American 8th grader in 1950. Except for Arithmetic, where the 1950 8th grader might be way ahead.
Land of the lo-info citizen,or perhaps I should say "consumer of government services."
In the first 3 centuries, Christianity spread a lot in the East. The Persians under the Sassanids were tolerant and Christian proselytisation under the Ancient Church of the East (the Assyrian Church) spread, with the Holy Eucharist being celebrated under the auspices of the Catholicos of Ctesiphon (the erstwhile Persian capital which is now in Iraq) and them sending missionaries to India and to Mongolia (incidently a few Mongol tribes, including the one Genghis Khan married into were Christian -- the Naiman tribe. The descendents of this tribe are one of the Kazakh tribes now) and elsewhere
By the 9th century there were more adherents to the Catholicos of the Assyrian Church than to the other 5 Patriarchs, fully 1/3rd of all Christians
But in the 4th century the Roman Empire first legalised Christianity in 313 (first by Constantine's co-emperor, second by Constantine) and it was made the state religion in 378 by Emperor Theodosius
The latter Emperor even urged the Persian Shahenshah to take up Christianity. This made the Persians see Christians as a fourth column in their empire and persecutions started
it was also exacerbated by Christian bishops who tore down Zoroastrian agiaries (fire-temples)
Anyway, Christianity then spread past Persia central into Khorestan and other far-flung parts of the Empire, into what is now Afghanistan and Tajikistan
Then the Arabs conquered the Persians and for 300 years Christians were left more or less in peace as Arabs initially didn't proselytize
The tragedy of the Church of the East started with first the conversion of the Turkic peoples to Islam and ended with Timur-e-lang (incidently the elder Tsarnaev brother's name was Timur) -- Timur waged a genocidal war against Christians and against Persians. He killed the most people % wise -- killing off 5 to 7% of the world's population, far more, percentage wise than Hitler-Stalin combined.
He nearly eradicated the Georgians and he eliminated the Church of the East, burning thousands of Churches, Christians etc.
His favorite was to make a pyramid of skulls...
not completely true, Smarty — Christianity spread well in Persia, Armenia, Georgia, Ethiopia, Kerala etc. in the first 4 centuries while being persecuted by Rome (caveat — remember that the Romans were also tolerant as well — “you follow whatever religion you want,just also worship the emperor as a symbol of Rome” — which Christians and Jews refused to do.)