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Not just NZ, Australia, SA, Brazil, USA. colonialism: How did the indigenous peoples of the Middle East outside of the Arabian Peninsula become “Arabs

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Not just NZ, Australia, SA, Brazil, USA. colonialism: How did the indigenous peoples of the Middle East outside of the Arabian Peninsula become “Arabs?” great reading for all west haters


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European countries have taken in more than they can handle, yet none of the rich Arabian Gulf countries have taken in a single refugee, even though they are situated close to the areas under attack. Interestingly, Saudi Arabia has offered to finance the building of 200 mosques in Germany for the refugees. Why mosques? Why not housing to ease the burden on Germany and other European countries? Why not take in three million refugee families which can be accommodated immediately in the already existing camp in Saudi Arabia? Three million fire-proof tents with air-conditioning are sitting there empty. ...
To tackle these questions we would have to look into a brief history of the region.... Islam, as well as submitting to a whole new identity, the identity of the invader. Languages were banned, new generations opened their eyes to one language, Arabic,...
... The persecution of these men was triggered by the famous Imam Al-Ghazali, who announced that Mathematics is the work of the devil. That was the beginning of the end of the ironically named Golden Age of “Islam.”

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many of the indigenous nations of the Middle East were put under the rule of Arabs, even though they live on their ancestral land, speak their own language, and enjoy their distinct culture and ancient heritage. The Treaty of Sèvres (1920) saw the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire after WWI, it was in this treaty that the region was divided into states without consideration for the ethnic groups. As a result many nations suffered, namely Kurds, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Amazighs, and others. Kurdistan which has a population of around 50 million was partitioned into 4 parts, each given away, land, stock, and barrel, to a neighbouring nation, making the new states of ‘Iraq, Syria, Iran, and Turkey’. ...

The Amazighs in North Africa are another such indigenous nation; both Islamisation and Arabisation of their region greatly altered their society and culture, inserting new ways and a new language into their lives. The Coptic Christians in Egypt also suffered greatly and continue to do so, there has been ongoing intolerance towards them, which the state has failed to investigate, including the continuous disappearance of Coptic Christian women and girls.

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When asked why they won’t open their doors to Syrian refugees fleeing from the Islamic State, officials from the oil-rich states like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and UAE have made excuses such as our states are too valuable to let Syrian refugees resettle in, and one went on to say that Syrian culture is ‘alien’ to the gulf region. "





 

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Islam practices cultrual genocide.
It is one of it's primary goals.
It is what causes their terrorism.
Liberals who defend it are showing everyone that they don't have any real principles about tolerance.
 

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Not just NZ, Australia, SA, Brazil, USA. colonialism: How did the indigenous peoples of the Middle East outside of the Arabian Peninsula become “Arabs?” great reading for all west haters


"


European countries have taken in more than they can handle, yet none of the rich Arabian Gulf countries have taken in a single refugee, even though they are situated close to the areas under attack. Interestingly, Saudi Arabia has offered to finance the building of 200 mosques in Germany for the refugees. Why mosques? Why not housing to ease the burden on Germany and other European countries? Why not take in three million refugee families which can be accommodated immediately in the already existing camp in Saudi Arabia? Three million fire-proof tents with air-conditioning are sitting there empty. ...
To tackle these questions we would have to look into a brief history of the region.... Islam, as well as submitting to a whole new identity, the identity of the invader. Languages were banned, new generations opened their eyes to one language, Arabic,...
... The persecution of these men was triggered by the famous Imam Al-Ghazali, who announced that Mathematics is the work of the devil. That was the beginning of the end of the ironically named Golden Age of “Islam.”

...


many of the indigenous nations of the Middle East were put under the rule of Arabs, even though they live on their ancestral land, speak their own language, and enjoy their distinct culture and ancient heritage. The Treaty of Sèvres (1920) saw the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire after WWI, it was in this treaty that the region was divided into states without consideration for the ethnic groups. As a result many nations suffered, namely Kurds, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Amazighs, and others. Kurdistan which has a population of around 50 million was partitioned into 4 parts, each given away, land, stock, and barrel, to a neighbouring nation, making the new states of ‘Iraq, Syria, Iran, and Turkey’. ...

The Amazighs in North Africa are another such indigenous nation; both Islamisation and Arabisation of their region greatly altered their society and culture, inserting new ways and a new language into their lives. The Coptic Christians in Egypt also suffered greatly and continue to do so, there has been ongoing intolerance towards them, which the state has failed to investigate, including the continuous disappearance of Coptic Christian women and girls.

....

When asked why they won’t open their doors to Syrian refugees fleeing from the Islamic State, officials from the oil-rich states like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and UAE have made excuses such as our states are too valuable to let Syrian refugees resettle in, and one went on to say that Syrian culture is ‘alien’ to the gulf region. "


Read the history of the Akkadians .. That will answer your questions.

The Saudis have taken in 2 million Syrian refugees only they are not in camps and they are not called refugees. They are called Brothers in Distress. They live out in the economy.. They have jobs and their kids go to Saudi schools.

The Arabs traded with Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Levant, East Africa and the Indus Valley long before Islam existed. They sold frankincense and myrrh to Herod and the Pharaohs for funeral rights.
 

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