This is the gun that the Terrorist used to kill and murder the Muslims in the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. This weapon has been covered with extremist Christian bigotry, and many dates and names from the pages of history (many of these figures mentioned have always been revered in the Christian Extremist ideology
This is the gun that the Terrorist used to kill and murder the Muslims in the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. This weapon has been covered with extremist Christian bigotry, and many dates and names from the pages of history (many of these figures mentioned have always been revered in the Christian Extremist ideology for ages) has been written all over the weapon.
Now, what does these writings actually mean ? Let’s go through one by one.
1) Charles Martel
Charles Martel was the King of Francia (Modern day France), he is known in European history for one specific thing, he was the one who stopped the Islamic Caliphates advance into Western Europe in the battle of Tours in 732 CE. For this reason, he is revered and placed into a divine status in Christian extremist teachings.
2) Tours 732
The Battle of Tours in 732 CE, was perhaps the most defining battle in the history of Europe. The Muslim forces of the Umayyad Caliphate completely crushed the Christian Kingdoms of Spain and conquered all of Spain, and advanced unopposed towards conquering Western Europe. If we compare the balance of power during that time, the Ummayad Caliphate was the worlds sole Super Power, and militarily and technologically far more advanced than the Christian Kingdoms of Europe. The only Kingdom that was some what capable to put up a resistance to the mighty Caliphate in all of Europe was the Kingdom of Francia (France).
The battle initially went very well for the Muslims, the Caliphate was nearly victorious, but the soldiers in the Caliphate army got greedy seeing the war booty and wealth lying in the battlefield and disobeyed commander Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqis orders and broke ranks to collect the wealth. Seeing this, the Christian forces rallied, and charged the Muslims, most of the Muslims were unarmed as they put down their weapons in order to secure as many wealth as they could. Shocked, the Caliphate soldiers fled the battle and brave Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi alone in a last effort, led a valiant charge against the Franks and embraced martyrdom.
Most historians predict that if the Muslims had won the battle of Tours, the Muslims would have conquered all of Western Europe.
3) Vienna 1683
The battle of Vienna in 1683 CE was the last offensive Jihad led by an Islamic Caliphate in history. The Ottoman Caliphate in the 16th century was the superpower of the world, it’s army was huge and its military was unmatched. Since the foundation of the Ottoman Caliphate, it was conquering Europe with ease, the Pope initiated many Crusades and created many Christian coalitions to stop the Ottoman advance, but even with all of Europe united, they were still unable to stop the rising threat of the Ottomans.
in 1683 CE, the Ottoman army besieged the city of Vienna, at that time the city was known as the ‘heart of Europe’, the Ottomans had a gigantic army of 300,000. but in the end due to the Ottoman Commander Kara Mustaphas arrogance and disobedience to the Sultans orders, the Ottomans lost the battle, and Kara Mustapha was executed by the Sultans orders. The defeat in Vienna in 1683 was catastrophic for the Muslim world, this began the slow decline of the Islamic Ummah and since there was no offensive war or Islamic expansion, technological innovations and thinking from the Muslim world started to fall apart as well.
1683 CE is the year where the Islamic Ummah lost the Super Power status of the world.
4) Calivijo 844
The according to the sources of the Spanish Church, Battle of Calivjo was a great ‘victory’ for the Christians over the Muslims. but however, most of the modern European Historians have declared that no such battle took place and it was a myth made up by the Church of Spain to boost the hatred towards the Muslims. There is no historical evidence of it.
The most hilarious part is that according to the sources of the Spanish Church, the apostle James, son of Zebedee, a companion of Jesus who died 800 years earlier, suddenly ‘appeared’ and led the Christian army to gain its victory.
5) Odo the great
Odo the ‘Great’ was the ruler of the Frankish state of Aquitaine in France in the 700s, he was is known in the European world as the first Chrstian king to defeat the Umayyad Caliphate in battle in 721 CE. As a result he earned the nickname ‘the great’. However in 732 CE, he was humiliatingly defeat by Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi in the Battle of the River Garonne.
Ironically, his fellow Christian rulers like Charles Martel later waged war and destroyed his Kingdom. So called ‘Christian brotherhood’.
6) Alexandre Bissonnette
Alexandre Bissonnette is the name of the terrorist who carried out the The Quebec City mosque shooting in Canada in January 29, 2017.
Skanderbeg (1405-1468) was an Albanian nobleman who initially served the Ottoman Empire initially but later betrayed them and led a rebellion against the Ottoman Sultanate.
He was so ruthless in his war against the Ottomans, since he lacked the military capability to take on the mighty Ottoman forces, he resorted to guerrilla warfare, and caused much headache to the Ottoman province of Albania. He was so cruel to the Muslims, it is said that he used to torture even little Muslim kids in front of their naked mothers.
For his early successes, Sultan Mehmed II crushed his rebellion later on. He was so ruthless and blood thirsty that even the Christian nobles who joined his rebellion later requested Sultan Mehmed II to get rid of his tyranny. His rebellion failed to stop the Ottoman advance.
8) Anton Lundin Pettersson
Anton Lundin Pettersson is the terrorist who carried out the Trollhättan school attack in Sweden on 22 October 2015. He was a 21 year old who was radicalized by extremist Christian teachings, who later went on killing children in a school where majority were Muslims.
9) Marco Antonio Bragadin
Marco Antonio Bragadin (21 April 1523 – 17 August 1571)
was a military officer in the Republic of Venice. In 1569 he was elected as Captain of the Kingdom of Cyprus and moved to Famagusta, from there he attacked Muslim ships and Hajj ships which were carrying Muslim pilgrims to Mecca and Medina. The captured Muslims prisoners were tortured and were mercilessly executed.
on September 17, 1570, the Ottoman Navy besieged the city, unable to overcome superior Ottoman tactics and technology, the city crumbled and fell. He was later executed by the Ottomans for the crimes he committed towards the Muslims.
The modern terminology of ‘Kebab’ is a derogatory term for Muslims. It was used during the Ottoman times by the Christian states to refer to the Ottomans since the Ottomans invented Kebab.
11) For Berlin, For Madrid
Reference to the attacks carried out by ISIS in the city of Berlin and Madrid.
As evident by the writings of his gun, the attack was a religiously motivated massacre, it was an act of Christian extremism, It was an act of terror driven by religious fanaticism