Turkey – The Last Chance to Save the State of Kemal Ataturk

ZZ ZZZBy Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis



When on May 27th 1960 the first coup d’ état was staged in Turkey, the President of the country Celal Bayar, the Prime Minister Adnan Menderes, several ministers, and many Democratic Party members were arrested. At the same time, the Milli Birlik Komitesi (National Unity Committee) forced 235 generals and more than 3000 commissioned officers to retirement. In addition, no less than 500 judges and public prosecutors and 1400 university faculty members were removed in an effort to purge the corrupt regime that Celal Bayar and Adnan Menderes had tried to install for no less than 14 years ever since the ominous Democratic Party was incepted in 1946 as a tool of political perversion and coercion, and as a means of destruction of the state of Kemal Ataturk. Some of the arrested were sentenced to death, whereas others were condemned to life imprisonment only to be later released. The fact that there is now a Celal Bayar University at Manisa demonstrates that Turkey is populated by people whose memory is short.


Shoot Erdogan dead now!


In the next coup d’ état, President Erdogan must be shot dead at once. The Turkish army generals and colonels and the Turkish statesmen, who will stage it, and the businessmen, academics and journalists, who will support it, will have to arrest even fewer officers, judges, and public prosecutors. In striking contrast with the 1960 coup d’ état, the forthcoming one must offer people the chance to express their indignation for the disastrous manner in which Turkey’s affairs have been managed by the AKP (Justice and Development Party) gangsters over the past 12 years. In full coordination with the army and from the very first moment, Turkish patriots, secular activists, and supporters of the national interests of the country must take to the streets along with the tanks and the soldiers, block the offices of the present unrepresentative government, destroy the headquarters and offices of AKP, arrest and execute the villainous AKP cadres on the spot where they may appear, and at the same time, prevent Erdogan’s corrupt and fanatic followers from appearing in public.


All telephone lines, fixed and mobile, and Internet connection must be blocked, and radio stations and TV channels closed down before the establishment of the new national order, and until the national purgatory administration takes over. All embassies must be kept under garrison, and foreign diplomats must be severely isolated from what will be going on in the streets, the barracks, and the governmental buildings. The members of the right and center-left secular parties of the opposition and their youth organizations must immediately form militias ready to cooperate with the army, isolate AKP strongholds, and implement the new order across Turkey.


Effectiveness in eliminating the guilty and the ignorant, the dangerous and the ominous will matter greatly, and this means that the ruling AKP figures and their first-degree relatives must all be executed without trial and within the hour. With them dead, and with their pictures displayed on the only governmental TV channel allowed to operate managed by a new administration and put under army control, AKP lunatics will have little chance to fight for anything. A second level of purge must eliminate within less than a week hundreds of thousands of present AKP supporters, radical sheikhs and imams, all pro-AKP journalists, whereas some thousands of newly built mosques must simply be rapidly ruined and irreversibly turned to nice small parks.


Contrarily to what happened in 1960, when a coup put at last an end to the chaotic situation that lasted 14 years, today’s Turkish generals and colonels must understand that the country cannot afford to wait for 14 years of nefarious self-destruction carried out by an ignorant, pseudo-Islamic, villainous political class (AKP) that hates Turkey, before they decide to stage the much needed coup d’ état; (2002 + 14) 2016 is unfortunately a faraway horizon. In very little time, Turkey will have already gone beyond the point of no return. There is no parallel that can be drawn between 1960 and 2014. What makes now the difference is the very wide array of critical international implications that all take place around Turkey; precipitated developments are expected to occur in the next few months and this imposes a immediate regime change in Ankara.


Turkey – one location encircled by fire


In the present conjuncture, Turkey faces a multifaceted explosive situation in


1 – its southern borders (Assad’s Syria / the fake Caliphate / PKK being strengthened through its contacts with the fake jihadist state / North Iraqi Yazidi refugees threatened to extinction by the fake jihadists / North Iraqi Turkmen persecuted by the so-called Kurdish militias of Barzani and Talabani / North Iraqi Aramaean Christians facing existential threat at the hands of the fake jihadists / the North Iraqi so-called Kurdish Regional Government, its aspirations for independence, and the Israeli support for this case / the final decomposition of Iraq / Iran’s involvement in Iraq)


2 – its eastern borders (the possibility of a nuclear Iran / the eventuality of an Israeli attack against Iran’s nuclear plants / the Azeri, Gorani (pseudo-Kurdish) and Baluch minorities’ struggle to achieve independence and secession from Iran / the thorny relations with Armenia that harbors a racist anti-Turkish irredentism while being a close ally of the Zionist state / the spectrum of an Azeri-Armenian war over Nagorno-Karabakh / Israel’s infiltration in Azerbaijan which is the result of calamitous mistakes perpetrated by earlier AKP administrations, and of Erdogan’s pathetic ignorance of, and idiotic approach to, foreign policy / the downgrading spiral of the Azeri – Iranian relationship which is the result of Zionist influence over Baku / the troublesome relations between Georgia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Russia / UK-Saudi-incited terrorism in Daghestan and other parts of the Russian Caucasus region / the consideration of EU and/or NATO membership extension to Georgia and Azerbaijan as part of the Anti-Russian policies of the West)


– its northern borders (Russia, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Lugansk People’s Republic, Donetsk People’s Republic, Ukraine, Transnistria, and Moldova – in fact, there are ongoing, overt or covert, hostilities in all 7 states located north of Turkey and on the northern shorelines of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov)


– its south-western borders (war between the two Cypriot states may be the result of the Anti-Turkish pact made between Israel and South Cyprus, due basically to the deterioration of the Turkish-Israeli relationship which was another irrelevant foreign policy choice made by the disastrous AKP administration – this time the pretext for war can be fabricated via Oil and Gas exploration efforts across NE or NW Cyprus’ coastline)


– its western borders (the current situation in the Balkans being already complicated among Albania, Kosovo and Serbia, among Sanjak, Montenegro, Bosnia and Serbia, among Macedonia, Greece and Bulgaria, as well as between Turkey and Greece)


When conflicts occur and strengths are pulled all around a specific country, the basic notions of geo-strategics signal the end of the country’s territorial integrity, and therefore the only possible option left to the local center of power or administration is partly expansion and forceful annexation of an adjacent territory up to the point of definite balance change in the direction of the expansion.


For today’s Turkey the most appropriate direction for partly expansion and annexation of adjacent territory is the South, and the chaotic lands beyond its southern frontiers, so in the present article I will focus on this subject.


Turkey’s Syrian policy – Historical depth and missed opportunities


It was quite silly for the successive Erdogan administrations to cooperate with the criminal Western powers that fomented discord, strife, civil war, and utter genocide in Syria; and it was silly, because it had already been clear that the same powers intended to do exactly the same to Turkey itself – simply at a later stage. But it was even more idiotic to cooperate with the West and in parallel prepare other, particular plans, thinking that the Western agents, who are all over the place in Turkey because of AKP governmental inadequacies, will not take good note of them.


For Turkey’s national interests, Ankara should have either acted unilaterally before 2012 invading Syria (after a theatrical episode that could have been fabricated and staged on this purpose) or blocked decisively every Western effort to penetrate Syria and threaten the Alawi regime of Bashar al Assad that has been enthusiastically supported by the Aramaean Christian minority.


The Western bias over Syria finds at its antipodes the Western bias over Armenia. And a shrewd Turkish foreign minister should have exploited the matter – contrarily to the inconsistencies that characterized all persons who held this position after 2002. Either one of two things happens:


Either Turkey is an independent state unrelated to the Ottoman Empire, and it cannot therefore interfere in Syria’s affairs, but in this case all accusations about the so-called Armenian Genocide must be removed as irrelevant and inadmissible


Or Turkey is the successive state form of the Ottoman Empire, and it can be reproached for what happened to the Ottoman Armenians, but in this case, Ankara has the right to interfere and arrange the affairs of its former province.


If Erdogan’s Syrian policy failed, this is due to a detrimental mistake of conceptualization. In the first place, all AKP cadres never realized how their minds have been prefabricated in a calamitous, self-destructive manner that prevents them from either thinking out of the box or realizing how self-destructive they are for any place they may govern. In fact, the formation of AKP in Turkey consists in a Western effort to colonize Turkey via the bogus ideology of Islamism, which is a byproduct of the Freemasonic Western Orientalism. The fake ideology was composed in the Orientalist ateliers of France and England during basically the 19th c. and thence projected onto the targeted populations that the Western countries wanted to destroy. Kemal Ataturk totally blocked this system, throwing it out of Turkey, but after 1946, due to Western Intelligence, started a slow process of infiltration of which the AKP cadres are the unfortunate and unconscious product.


It is well known that, at the time of its inception, Islamism was a vicious theoretical opposition to the Ottoman Empire. Who else may have planned more schemes to dissolve the Government of Islam (Caliphate) than the Western colonials? And who contributed to the ultimate fall and destruction of Islam more than the ignorant Arabic speaking mob that – from Khartoum to Damascus and from Algiers to Madinah – supported the schemes of the enemies of Islam? The colonization process, which started in Egypt (1798) and Algeria (1830) and involved the diffusion of Islamism and several other false ideological systems, misconceptions and systematized ignorance, was planned by the villainous Freemasonic class of Western Europe and North America to be completed with Turkey’s islamization. By fervently supporting the rise of AKP, the Western powers wanted to capture Turkey – the only part of the Ottoman Empire that had remained thanks to Kemal Ataturk unaffected by the Islamist abomination and free of the colonial falsehood and biases.


Since its inception, AKP was contaminated with the colonial ideology of Islamism; worse, it was also plagued with a certain dose of Pan-Arabism, another vicious theory and excruciating distortion of the historical reality.


Syrians, Lebanese, Palestinians, Jordanians, Iraqis, Kuwaitis, Qataris and Emiratis are not Arabs. They are Arabic-speaking Aramaeans. By ascribing themselves to Pan-Arabism and Arab Nationalism, the different colonial and postcolonial governments of the aforementioned eight (8) states simply blocked and canceled forever a normal nation building effort in their realms, thus preventing themselves from becoming emancipated nations. In fact, they destroyed themselves, and we see now the results of the useless and worthless existence of these fake states over the past nine (9) decades.


Kemal Ataturk did in Turkey exactly what the various local administrations did not do in the aforementioned eight (8) states. And Turkey was successful in becoming a fully-fledged nation in less than 15 years (1923-1938).


But by ascribing themselves to Pan-Arabism and Arab Nationalism, the idiotic AKP elites, fake journalists, and bogus-intellectuals, they destroyed Turkey’s chances in the region. One may contend that AKP administrations did not promote Turkey’s arabization in any sense; this may appear correct, but it is not. In fact, they contributed to the arabization of Turkey’s foreign policy, by accepting the existence of the colonial fake states at face value (which cannot be accepted), and by dealing with them, as if these states were normal and not mere technical entities.


The fake, so-called Arab states, these lowly and pathetic realms of false emirs, bogus-kings, bloody tyrants, blind intellectuals like Michel Aflak, ignorant imams, and uneducated (and therefore stupidly fanaticized) mobs were fabricated by the West only for later use and stage management. These fake technical entities were produced in the 1920s (as Egypt earlier and their NW African counterparts later) in order to serve their colonial masters’ plans in the 2010s. The only proper policy that Turkey could have had in regard with these eight (8) realms was Kemal Ataturk’s policy for Turkey itself. Turkey should therefore have promoted the diffusion of Aramaic Syriac language in these countries, while contributing to a nation-building effort in which the natives in the different modern Arabic vernaculars would abandon their jargons and learn their real historical language, Aramaic, that their forefathers had forgotten because of their acceptance of Islam, which brought about a linguistic arabization.


By learning Aramaic Syriac, while keeping Classical Quranic Arabic as their religious language, Syrian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Jordanian, Palestinian, Kuwaiti, Qatari and Emirati Muslims would feel that they are one nation along with their Christian compatriots who preserved Aramaic Syriac as their native language. This would have minimized if not eliminated the division between Sunni and Alawi denominations in Syria, in total opposition to the Western divisive and corrosive policies that target the ultimate destruction of those realms.


Turkey’s Iraq policy

Even more importantly, in Iraq, the proper nation-building effort with Aramaic Syriac as national language would have strengthened the Shia Mesopotamian identity and the anti-Iranian stance which had characterized these populations for many long centuries when they wholeheartedly sided with the Ottoman Sunni Sultan against the Iranian Shia Shah – something that the Satanic, Freemasonic governments and diplomats of France, England, Holland, Canada, Australia, and America did their ingenious best to obscure and conceal.


In Turkey, there is a tendency to believe that, before the rise of AKP to power, the successive governments disregarded and were detached from the country’s southern neighbors and, after the rise of AKP to power, the Islamist administrations, in opposition to the earlier foreign policy, implemented a rapprochement. This fantasy was highly promoted by the global mass media, so one can already be sure that it pleased the powers-that-be. In general, by shifting the interest and the mindset of the average people from the true to the mythical, the Freemasonry-controlled global mass media make sure that the essential is always kept secret and concealed.

What is important to assess with respect to the aforementioned options of Turkish foreign policy toward Turkey’s former provinces and current neighbors is that both axes of policy were very wrong and dramatically ineffective.


Turkey’s geostrategic position as a bridge between worlds makes it versatile. Sometimes the territory of Turkey can be the location of a very strong and powerful government that controls faraway lands (Hattushilis III, Antiochus Epiphanes, Justinian I, Suleyman Magnificent). Sometimes, the same territory can be divided into small states and principalities (9-7th c. BCE, 1st. c. BCE, 11th – 12th c. CE). This is of seminal importance.


Any historical government with its seat on Turkey’s present territory is successful and prolongs its duration, only if it expands its ideology, Weltanshauung, and world vision among the people inhabiting the surrounding lands. As long as both types of Turkish administrations, those before and those after 2002, did not act according to the aforementioned, both policies are pure failures.


Turkey’s ideal time for expansion was back in the mid 90s; by hesitating to implement a series of measures that would lead to territorial expansion, the Turkish military and statesmen heralded the country’s implosion. Yet, immediately after the first Iraq war (comically re-baptized Gulf war by the global mass media), Turkey should have created the necessary pretext for the invasion of Mosul, Arbil and Kirkuk. Then, the Turkish army should have advanced to Baghdad irreversibly annexing the largest part of Iraqi territory first and later the rest, before fully absorbing it and restructuring it all. Any opposition to Turkey, by its NATO allies would be untenable due to the fact that, through its annexation to Turkey, Iraq would automatically become NATO member state territory.


In Mesopotamia (which is the correct name instead of the fake modern term ‘Iraq’), Turkey’s nation-building effort should have been based on

– strong alliance with the Turkmen of Kirkuk and establishment of a well-supported return policy addressed to all the Turkmen who were forced to flee due to the colonial & postcolonial persecution and to the arabization policies carried out about by the fake kingdom and the bogus republic of Iraq

– total commitment to the success of a return policy established for all Aramaean Christian and Mandaean populations that were forced to exile in the last three decades of the Ottoman Empire and during the calamitous decades of ‘royal’/’republican’ rule. In this regard, the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the Qudchanis Patriarchate of the ‘Nestorian’ Christianity (http://www.jelleverheij.info/pictures/Kocanis.html / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konak,_Hakkari) in Konak / Hakkari is a must.

– full support of a nation building effort for all ethno-religious groups in the Zagros Mountains and the Transtigritane plains that have been viciously misnamed ‘Kurds’ by the colonial gangsters of England, France and America, whereas they are not one nation but many, namely Yazidis, Shabak, Bahdinani, Faili, Hawleri, Sorani, Gorani, Ahl-e Haq

– comprehensive education for the Sunni dialectal Arabic speaking group that should be offered compulsory, 12-year, primary & secondary education in Aramaic Syriac in order to be fully incorporated into one nation with the Christian Aramaeans of Iraq and Syria

– similar formative policy applied to the Shia dialectal Arabic speaking group that should be offered compulsory, 12-year, primary & secondary education in Aramaic Syriac in order to be fully incorporated into the Aramaean Syro-Mesopotamian nation


Global mass media portray Turkey as a worthless ally for US, NATO


In spite of the aforementioned failures, oversights, and missed opportunities, Turkey is facing now a major challenge. Following the emergence of the fake Caliphate, the evil establishment of AKP did neither specify nor make clear what policy they intended to pursue for what is by definition an existential threat for the state of Kemal Ataturk.


The fake Caliphate (however it may be named, ISIL, ISIS, IS, etc., etc., etc.) controls more than half of Turkey’s southern borderline, yet the unrepresentative AKP regime in Ankara has nothing to say. The lack of freedom of press in Turkey under the AKP regime is impressive; this is due to the tolerant stance of the army and to the decision of the top army officers to take distance from the government. No one fights against, rejects or denounces the calamitous AKP non-policy which risks dismembering Turkey.


While avoiding to focus on the essential, Murat Yetkin, writing for Hurriyet (http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-should-not-be-a-base-for-the-muslim-brotherhood.aspx?pageID=449&nID=71702&NewsCatID=409&utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzEmail&utm_content=23327&utm_campaign=0), demands that Turkey does not turn out to be a base for the impotent and worthless Muslim Brotherhood, which by definition is not a group of terrorists but a bunch of idiots who were totally unable to run the country because of their fake religious faith and disproportionate ignorance. This article looks like an irrelevant understatement in view of Turkey’s troubles in the South.


Yet, it is not the Islamic Brotherhood that controls a territory almost one third (1/3) the size of Turkey at the southern borders of the country, but the fake Caliphate. The immediate destruction of the fake Caliphate of the monkeyish Muslims should have been the target no 1 for all Turks.


AKP’s unreasonable, suspicious, and self-catastrophic reluctance to make of Turkey a major contributor into the US-led effort against the fake Caliphate becomes the reason for fiery anti-Turkish publications in the Wall Street Journal, yet the Turkish army has nothing to say…


A certain historical depth is added to the present attitude of the Turkish administration, which means that serious lobbies are hidden behind a text that states the following: “the reality [is] a Turkish government that is a member of NATO but long ago stopped acting like an ally of the U.S. or a friend of the West. Former U.S. Ambassador to Turkey Francis Ricciardone declared this week that the Turkish government “frankly worked” with the al-Nusrah Front—the al Qaeda affiliate in Syria—along with other terrorist groups. Ankara also looked the other way as foreign jihadis used Turkey as a transit point on their way to Syria and Iraq. Mr. Ricciardone came close to being declared persona non grata by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government last December”. (http://online.wsj.com/articles/our-non-ally-in-ankara-1410561462#printMode)


However, the included threats must be perceived very clearly; so low Turkey’ reputation has fallen that the WSJ columnist defines Turkey as a non-US ally, determines the US military bases in Turkey as useless, and even urges their transfer to another location (http://www.todayszaman.com/latest-news_wsj-says-turkey-no-longer-us-ally-air-base-should-be-moved_358623.html). It would be wise to focus more on this highly informative text; its author comes up with the suggestion of establishing a US air base in the mountains of the North Iraqi ‘Kurdish’ zone which does not even constitute an independent state!


The fact that an idiotic text was immediately published in Hurriyet in guise of response to the above groundbreaking publication (http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/is-turkey-no-longer-an-ally-to-the-us-are-you-sure-wsj.aspx?PageID=238&NID=71813&NewsCatID=409) shows only corrupt the major media are in Turkey and testifies to worthless and catastrophic compromises made between the Turkish media magnates and the ominous AKP administration.


Turkey’s uselessness as a US / NATO ally has rather become a global media trend instead of being an isolated element; one can consider it as a part of a wider media orchestration. Indicatively, Thomas Lifsonm writing for the American Thinker, asks whether this is the end of Turkey as an ally (http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/09/the_end_of_turkey_as_an_ally.html?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzEmail&utm_content=23327&utm_campaign=0).


“Turkey is gradually moving from a reluctant NATO ally toward an embarrassing or embarrassed partner in the fight against the Islamic State”, states Cengiz Candar (http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/09/turkey-usa-western-ally-nato-isis-syria-iraq.html?utm_source=Al-Monitor+Newsletter+[English]&utm_campaign=2bdc950045-September_15_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_28264b27a0-2bdc950045-102403457).


All this does not bode for Turkey’s new unrepresentative administration, which is the result of low voter turnout, and of fake presidential elections denounced by the opposition as rigged.


Turkey’s Southern Policy 2014 – 2016 under AKP – A Nightmare to Avoid


The current stance of the taciturn AKP elites reveals their secret plans and unveils their evil, anti-Turkish actions. Their silence is quite telling indeed.


In fact, they will do all they can to make the US coalition fail in its attacks against the fake Caliphate that they assist in every sense. Modest estimates mentioned in serious publications (http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/16/world/europe/turkey-is-a-steady-source-of-isis-recruits.html) make state of thousands of young jobless Turks who are sent by AKP cadres to the fake Caliphate in order to fight for the fake, Satanic Islam that Kafir Erdogan believes in. In reality, more than half of fake Caliphate fighters are AKP youngsters.


After the US-led attacks will fail, the AKP administration will increase the dose of support they offer to the fake jihad forces and turn them against Damascus and Baghdad. The entire region will face an unprecedented bloodshed because evidently what is in the backside of Erdogan’s mind is the extermination of Syrian and Mesopotamian Shia. Of course, the Muslim fratricidal war, which is the only major misery Erdogan is apt to, will extend to Lebanon and Turkey itself. Alevi mosques from Sivas to Istanbul will shut down and massive street fights will lead Turkey to civil war.


Many failed to realize that AKP extravagantly politicized dictatorship was not geared against the secular nature of Kemal Ataturk’s state first; quite methodically, it was carried out as a covert Anti-Alevi radicalism and religious sectarianism. Anti-Turkish and anti-Alevi material is being diffused in the Turkish primary and secondary education (http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/euro-court-calls-on-turkey-to-amend-religious-courses.aspx?PageID=238&NID=71791&NewsCatID=339) only to be denounced by European courts as fascist, racist, and heinous. The secret target behind the fake religious venom diffused through Erdogan’s trashy manuals is to force Turkey’s Alevis (around 35% of the country’s total population) to remove their children from the public education schools that will then be turned to fake religious schools and to fake jihad fighter-producing factories.


AKP will turn overtly radical Islamist only after the fake Caliphate fighters will turn Damascus and Baghdad into blood lakes. This can be a matter of few only months. But then, it will only be too late for Turkey as well, because it is clear that the much publicized ‘New Turkey’ is only a new, yet fake, Caliphate, which will withdraw from NATO and from any negotiation in view of Turkey’s adhesion to European Union in completion of Erdogan’s immoral, villainous and ominous pseudo-prophecy about democracy (“Democracy is a bus ride. Once I get to my stop, I’m getting off.”).


Erdogan coercively promoted by EU & US to bring the end of Turkey


What the silly elites of AKP fail to grasp is that, when their Shia Holocaust will be completed in Damascus and Baghdad, Turkey will have already undergone a terrible shock as well (an Alevi/Sunni civil war), and being at its weakest point, will have to face an Israeli attack that will have as target the creation of a real Lebensraum around the Zionist state, because the fake Caliphate’s propulsion by Turkey in Syria and Mesopotamia and the ensuing merge into a wider Caliphate will have placed Israel under imminent existential threat.


Even worse, their plans seem to be well known and anticipated by all forms and networks of Zionist Intelligence, and for this reason MEMRI does not miss an opportunity to highlight as an alert the real danger that Erdogan’s words constitute for Israel and its existence (example: http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/8149.htm).


The result of an asymmetrical Israeli reaction to Erdogan’s silly plans about the revival of a Caliphate will comprise the following:

  • Nuclear bombardment of Ankara
  • Israeli annexation of Syria and of a part of Iraq’s territory
  • Israeli annexation of Hatay (Antioch / Antakya)
  • Formation of an independent Kurdistan which, as an ally to Israel, will comprise of today’s Kurdish region in North Iraq, and of a great number of Turkey’s eastern provinces including Gaziantep, Kahraman Marash, Malatya, Urfa, Diyarbakir, Tunceli, Bingol, and up to Van and Hakkari
  • Armenian annexation of Turkey’s northeastern provinces from Kars to Erzurum and from Trabzon to Giresun (it is to be expected that Armenia will immediately declare war on Turkey in the advent of a war between Turkey and Israel)
  • South Cypriot annexation of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (following an attack that will be undertaken by combined South Cypriot & Israeli land and sea forces – as it is to be anticipated that South Cyprus will immediately declare war on Turkey in the advent of a war between Turkey and Israel)
  • Greek annexation of the Aegean Sea islands of Gökçeada (Imbros) and Bozcaada (Tenedos), of Eastern Thrace, and of Istanbul-turned-to-Constantinople (as it is to be considered as a fact that Greece will immediately declare war on Turkey in the advent of a war between Turkey and Israel)


Turkey’s Safety and National Security: Turkish Army’s Primary Task


In view of the aforementioned, the Turkish army must take action as soon as possible. In the first days after the coup, the country must be totally sealed off and be left without any communication. Only foreign citizens and tourists should be allowed to leave the country. All incoming flights must be cancelled. Particularly the southern border must be declared war zone and anyone approaching the borderline should be shot dead.


Following a stabilization period of 1 to 2 months, which in itself implies the parallel weakening of the fake Caliphate and the partly rehabilitation of the Syrian regime of Bashar al Assad, Turkey should mobilize its army and with a force of at least 350000 men invade the Syrian and Iraqi territories presently occupied by the fake Caliphate. Subsequently, the Turkish army should march on Damascus, Baghdad, and Arbil to eliminate the unrepresentative local regimes and introduce a nation building effort as per above. Turkey will have to present itself as the guarantor of the historical heritage, cultural identity, and national integrity of all nations and ethnic, linguistic and religious groups existing in the area.


Turkish diplomats will then have to explain to the US, Europe and others that Turkey will not withdraw from its provinces of Syria and Mesopotamia where Human Rights will be respected as per the wishes of all the indigenous and true nations and ethnic, linguistic and religious groups, in mutual respect and to their benefit, and in striking contrast with the various colonial and postcolonial biases. The return of all the descendents of populations forced to immigrate and seek exile elsewhere over the past 120 years will have to start immediately, and this project must become one of the keys to the full rehabilitation of the systematically destroyed region.


Turkey will have to demand that the allied forces, which may have meanwhile failed to destroy the fake Caliphate (prior to Turkey’s military expedition), accept the fait accompli.








Why Former Ottoman Provinces cannot become Proper States

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By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis


As commentary to an earlier article, a shrewd reader’s question hit at the very epicenter of today’s most critical problems of the Islamic world; the question was why the modern states, which were Ottoman provinces before being progressively detached from Turkey (from 1798 to 1918), namely Egypt, Algeria, Aden, Sudan, Tunisia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Oman, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Libya, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia, cannot become – once for all – normal, independent states, and as such implement a proper nation building process, and demonstrate public order and discipline, while abiding by their traditions and cultures.


  1. Arab Spring can happen only to Pseudo-States

The question is very timely as the fake revolutions, fallaciously termed as ‘Arab Spring’ by the Freemasonic – Zionist mass media, proved to be the result of a sheer, yet systematic and sophisticated, manipulation of the local mobs by the secret services of the US, UK, France, Holland, Belgium, Israel, Canada, Australia, and eventually other Western countries (in coordination and for a rather long period that only recently showed its dreadful result).


To truly understand what has happened to the aforementioned destitute, wrecked pseudo-states, one has to correctly assess first how the leading Western countries are ruled, and to retrace the origin of their ruling system, before making comparisons. The essence of the administration, and of the ruling system of a country, determines the success of a state, society and people, irrespective of religion, culture, language, origin, past, and location.


In what is called today “foreign policy” at the local level and “international politics” at the global level, there is a most important element that eclipses all the rest, because it comprises of a most determinant set of rules as to how to successfully implement governmental plans and programs, promote national interests and concepts, and make national enemies’ plans fail. This element is called: “imperial government”. Of course, this is not openly admitted at any level, namely a) politics, foreign policy making and diplomacy, b) education and political science, and c) mass media and publications. On the contrary, a great effort id deployed to conceal and obscure this reality.


  1. The Origin of the Imperial Government 

Imperial government existed in the Ottoman Empire indeed, and it was an excellent combination of two imperial governmental traditions, notably the earlier Caliphates’ governmental tradition and the Christian Eastern Roman governmental tradition; the first goes back to the 7th c. CE, whereas the second is relevant of the 4th c. CE (the times of the Christianization of the Roman Empire), and of the end of the 1st c. BCE (the initial period of inception of the Roman Empire). It is of seminal importance to notice that the Islamic Imperial governmental tradition, since its very beginning and the emergence of the Umayyad dynasty of Damascus, was always interconnected with the Eastern Roman governmental tradition; quite indicatively, Greek was the official language of the Islamic Caliphate for several decades until 701 before being replaced by Arabic – when the ‘contents’ of the notion of Imperial Government were fully transferred within the newly appeared state.


However, both lines of tradition rely on earlier stages of imperial government; the early Omayyad Caliphate was also formed under the strong impact of the Iranian Sassanid governmental tradition, which in turn depended on earlier Iranian dynasties’ governmental tradition (Arsacid, 250 BCE – 224 CE / Achaemenid, 550 – 330 BCE). Successively, Iranian imperial government was traced after the Assyrian – Akkadian Mesopotamian imperial governmental tradition that goes back to the middle of 3rd millennium BCE, when the original concept of the Universal State as Imperium was developed under Sargon of Akkad the world’s first and foremost forefather of emperors.


On the other hand, the Roman imperial government was formed under the strong impact of the Oriental imperial governmental tradition and due to a strenuous search for the concepts and the principles of other nations’ imperial governmental tradition. The Egyptian imperial governmental impact on Rome took also a strikingly religious and philosophical dimension, due to the diffusion of Ancient Egyptian cults, faiths, mysteries and ideologies across the Roman Empire; hundreds of temples dedicated to Isis, Osiris, Horus, Anubis and other significant representatives of the Ancient Egyptian Pantheon have been excavated in Italy, Greece and other Balkan states, Germany and Central Europe, France, Belgium, Holland, and England, as well as across the Iberian Peninsula. The academic series of publications EPRO – Etudes Préliminaires pour les Religions Orientales dans l’ Empire Romain (French acronym for ‘Preliminary Studies on the Oriental Religions within the Roman Empire’) contains more than 150 voluminous books, but nothing of all these reflections and representations of the historical truth was ever duly popularized in Europe, North America, and elsewhere.


The Roman search for the Ideal Imperium went back to Assyria too. Romans attempted to imitate and reflect attitudes, behaviors, thoughts and concepts of the Macedonian Emperor, and invader of Achaemenid Iran, Alexander the Great of Macedonia whose ideal imperial concept can be evidently retraced back to the 8th – 7th c. BCE Sargonid Assyrian Empire, the greatest of all the Oriental Empires. Several centuries after Alexander of Macedonia, the national poet of Rome stated that the new imperial capital should become a New Nineveh – the capital of the Assyrian Empire opposite today’s Mosul on the eastern bank of Tigris (Dicle) river.


Studies focused on the imperial governmental ideology and the history of the administration of the Sargonid Assyrian Empire lead to the conclusion that not any other later or earlier ideology had the intellectual vigor, the spiritual strength, and the philosophical universality of the Sargonid Assyrian Empire (722 – 609 BCE). All the later empires only imitated Nineveh, and always failed to reflect the Assyrian majesty and splendor in their entirety.


The Oriental Imperial tradition was transferred from empire to empire, and from the Orient to the Occident (the terms denote merely a geographical distinction – no cultural distinction), and although the tradition did not remain exactly the same, it survived down to the Ottoman Empire, the Safavid Empire of Iran, and the Mughal Empire of India.


At the same time, the imperial tradition was also preserved in several European medieval and modern states, namely the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (which was later known as Austria-Hungary), Spain, Russia, France, England, Germany, and Italy. However, in reality, all of them were mere shadows of the Christian Roman Imperial government in terms of Empire conceptualization, Imperial Universality, Government & Society contextualization, spiritual strength, and Weltanschauung; quite contrarily, they were far crueler and at times inhuman and barbaric.


  1. The End of the Imperium in the West, & the Villainous Freemasonic Lodge

The attested barbarism, lowly character, corrupt nature, villain attitude, and the ensuing overall vulgarization that were involved in modern European imperial states were only due to the slow but firm infiltration of the Freemasons. In this regard, it goes without saying that the degree of vulgarization corresponds only to the level of Freemasonic infiltration. The Ottoman Empire, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany were far less vulgar than England and France as empire forms and ruling systems, because the latter two states were already in the 19th c. almost fully controlled by Freemasons.


When the apostate Freemasonic lodge failed to control a targeted empire through infiltration, subversion, coercion, and (at times) by forcing a compromise on the imperial family, other means were used to destroy it, namely ruse, deceitful alliances, wars, rebellions or a combination of methods. Freemasonry brought to power lewd, deviate, and monstrous villains with no moral compunction, and they became the new ‘elite’ (whereas in reality they could never be any) – only to contribute to the gradual erosion, advanced decay, and final demise of the Imperial Government system.


In this regard, the French revolution (1789) was an ignoble and hideous means by which the Freemasons brought down the Catholic Christian French Kingdom.


World War I was an enormous trickery aptly stage-managed by the Freemasonry-controlled pseudo-imperial (the term is used because the lowly and villain character of the rulers) governments of France, England, and the US in order to eliminate imperial states that were not controlled by the Freemasons (Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, and the Ottoman Empire).


With the rise of the Freemasonic involvement, the imperial government took a lewd, lowly, and vulgar character that is best portrayed in the latest imperial formation, e.g. the US administration which is well-known for its coarse and beastly officers, the likes of the disreputable Roosevelt, Truman, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton, Bush and Obama.


  1. The Slow Decline of the Imperium in the Islamic World

Over the centuries, there were several negative developments within the Ottoman Empire (1301 – 1922), the Safavid and Qadjar Iranian Empires (1501 – 1736 / 1796 – 1925), and the Mughal Empire of India (1526 – 1857) that progressively brought decadence and decomposition to the three gigantic Islamic realms that controlled the whole territory from Atlantic to the Pacific. These developments were not economic or military of character; they did not reflect any ceremonial or protocol change within the imperial administration, nor did they result from any degeneration of the imperial system of rule itself.


Quite contrarily, the gradual phenomenon of the Islamic Imperial decadence was due to the slow diffusion and penetration of corrupt, false, barbaric, and disastrous theoretical, judiciary, and theological systems that cannot bring but decay and chaos wherever they appear and are allowed to survive. It was a quite long process that lasted no less than one millennium, although one can pinpoint some key moments. Actually, these developments had started even before the rise of the Ottomans, and are therefore integral part of Islamic History.


These negative developments consist in the widespread diffusion and adoption of un-Islamic, anti-Islamic, inhuman and barbaric theories and ideas that were successively composed by the lowest of the low theologians of Islam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (780 – 855), Ahmad ibn Taimiyah (1263 – 1328) and Muhammad ibn Abdel Wahhab (1703 – 1792). All three lived in different eras (with an approximate 400 years’ distance from one another), but had indeed a lot of traits, attitudes and behaviors in common; their succession involves also the fact that among them the posterior referred to the anterior as his ‘valuable’ theological master. All three were of lowly, uncultured and uneducated origin; they were rejected by their masters as wrong and incapable students of Islam; and they were imprisoned or pursued for heresy and rejection of the Islamic governmental authority, and for threatening the safety of the Islamic state.


Their pathetic and worthless pseudo-theories have had also a lot of common points. They came out of a limited background and were deprived of the basic perceptive abilities; during their poor studies, they had a minimal exposure to diverse fields of knowledge; they were totally unaware of other civilizations, cultures, philosophies and ruling systems; they totally misunderstood basic notions of intellectual life; they deeply hated any open-minded standpoint because it contained elements of which they had no clue; they loathed and reviled reason, reasoning, exploration, analysis, synthesis, comparison, argumentation and knowledge contextualization because their incapacitated minds fully prevented them from all key theoretical and academic processes; they were totally cut off from any spiritual dimension, and ended up as vicious nominalists and unconscious materialists.


What ensued from their personal failure was a reduced and false microcosm that they idiotically identified with what they thought that Islam is/was (or can be) and catastrophically tried to defend – at the calamitous detriment of real Islam that they never imagined, let alone understood.


They therefore reflected a simplistic approach to society, state and world affairs; as they hated knowledge and wisdom they turned out to be ignorant fanatics able only to stick to their silly assumptions and useless opinions. As their childish and worthless minds could never encompass the perplexity of the Islamic Imperial Government, they totally failed to grasp what was necessary for the Islamic Caliphate in order to prevail over its enemies.


Consequently, they totally disregarded the fact that their nonsensical ideas and catastrophic opinions would assuredly weaken the Islamic Imperial state – only to the benefit of the enemies of Islam. They calmly promoted misery and ignorance because of their limited mindsets, and they generated a downgrading spiral within Islam because of their attachment to their poor and execrable background from which they originated.


As they hated self-improvement and had actually no ability to properly learn and improve their mental and intellectual qualifications, they came up with reductionist, minimalistic structures at the antipodes of every cognitive system.


Their thought structures were all gravely anti-Islamic, because they triggered among followers the complete rejection of study, research and knowledge, thus spreading unadulterated barbarism of cataclysmic dimensions and consequences. Particularly Ahmad ibn Taimiyah can be credited with an effort to also alter and distort Islam, by diffusing polytheistic concepts – that he simply was not mentally and intellectually capacitated to assess in their proper dimensions and nature.


The evil followers of the above trashy, fake imams flattered all the weaknesses and all the vices of low, ignorant and villainous people whom they did not want to educate, empower and improve, but only use for their scheme to take control over the Islamic Government and impose their ignorant and idiotic opinions.


Through these evil methods, and after discrediting great philosophers and erudite scholars, prominent architects and artists, leading scientists and spiritual teachers to the eyes of the mob, the followers of the three fake imams managed to always widen their sphere of nefarious influence and to acquire a remarkable power within the society they lived in. Their gradual rise to predominance is also due to the fact that the Ottoman Empire was involved into too many war fronts (against Portugal in Eastern Africa, against Spain in Northwestern Africa, against Austria-Hungary in Central Europe, against Russia in the plains of Ukraine, and against Iran in the Caucasus and Zagros Mountains region) and the Sultans were reluctant to focus on and resolve their vast empire’s internal affairs. Similar developments took place in Iran and India. Of course, the above description is quite short and schematic; there have been many other theologians of lesser importance who followed in the path of the above mentioned three calamitous figures, further diffusing similar ideas and spreading decay and disaster.


  1. The Culmination Point in the Fight between Civilization and Barbarism within Islam

The negative results of the aforementioned developments started being noticed around 1580. The ignorant, uneducated, vulgar, and Satan-led mob that followed Ahmad ibn Taimiyah’s filthy concepts and silly ideas attacked the Istanbul Observatory and destroyed what was at the time the world’s most advanced Center of Learning and Research. Which was the reason? Science was unnecessary to them!


Founded by the leading astrologist and astronomer Taqieddin Efendi (Taqi al Din), the Istanbul Observatory was better equipped than Tyho Brahe’s in Central Europe (Uraniborg), whereas Taqieddin Efendi’s Zij (observational clock) was more advanced than Tyho Brahe’s and Copernicus’. This was due to the fact that, when Taqieddin Efendi petitioned Sultan Murat III to finance the construction and the equipment of the Observatory, he had in mind the famous Samarqand Observatory which had been constructed under the guidance of Ulugh Begh (1394 – 1449), one of the top Muslim erudite scholars of all times whose astronomical and mathematical texts were translated to Latin in 15th c. Europe.


The execrable and barbaric theologians and followers of Ibn Taimiyah knew that, if Islamic Knowledge and Imperial Power were diffused among the people and, in parallel, their ignorance and darkness were removed, the Ottoman Empire would control the entire world. But the true Islam and the Islamic Caliphate were very hateful to them, because they considered as ‘Islam’ their own Satanism and barbarism. Provenly acting under Satan’s guidance, they mobilized the mob against erudite scholars, scientists, astrologists and astronomers, they assassinated philosophers, artists and intellectuals, they disregarded Islamic Science, Literature, Philosophy and Art, they propagated a catastrophic lack of interest for the ‘other’, and they disreputably taught their ignorant and pathetic followers that Islam is just limited to prayer, fasting, and few other acts of worship – of which they did not know even the real meaning and reason.


This development greatly affected the Imperial Government of the Ottoman Sultans; more and more silly and uneducated people started working in important positions of the administration. Wherever practiced, the Imperial Government has always been linked with Knowledge and Science (in Islam, Christianity, Rome, Iran, Egypt and Assyria). The reason is simple: you cannot govern an empire without perceiving correctly, knowing in detail, and understanding in-depth. No empire can exist without Spirituality, Wisdom, Science, Intellect, Art and Ethics. And villains like Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ahmad ibn Taimiyah have none of them.


Deprived of spirituality, the Islamic prayer is a worthless form of verbosity. The same is actually true for any prayer performed by any adept of any religion anytime anywhere. However, the anti-Islamic and barbaric theological systems that prevailed among Muslims due to the increased diffusion of the heretic opinions and vicious teachings of ibn Hanbal and ibn Taimiyah progressively eliminated every trace of spirituality among Muslims.


Similarly, deprived of spirituality, the Islamic fasting is just an odd and incomprehensible diet. Worse, as it is practiced today, within the – largely undetected by the Muslims – materialistic culture that enveloped Islam during the colonial and postcolonial times, Ramadhan fasting can become an explosion of fabulous, Lucullan iftars (meals) at the antipodes of the very principles that stand behind the concept of Islamic fasting.


The above are only two examples of de-conceptualized and de-contextualized, fake Islam that prevails widely among today’s Muslims who are fully unaware of the development that took place progressively from generation to generation due to the encrustation of the aforementioned alien theological systems on the main body of the Islamic beliefs.


Compared to the Imperial Government in Islam (which is what we call the Islamic Caliphate – Islam’s top materialization on Earth), the Islamic prayer and fasting are merely two important elements of cult; nothing more. But the prevalence among Muslims of a de-conceptualized, de-contextualized and de-spiritualized cult entailed also the emergence of a de-valorized perception and understanding of the Islamic Government, e.g. the Islamic Caliphate.


Many countries can survive and have actually survived for centuries after the local people lost their original spirituality and faith; this situation certainly represents a form of decadent culture, but the concepts of rule, law, government and discipline can be still intact and strong, sustaining a powerful administration and a formidable military force for generations.


But when the spirituality of the Caliphate, the concept of God’s representative on Earth, the entire semiotic context of the Islamic Imperium, and the real value of the Islamic Government are lost, then the average fake Muslim has a viciously false, desecrated idea about his ruler, and the total and final collapse comes fast.


This means that the Satanic systems of Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ahmad ibn Taimiyah eroded the Islamic society from inside, and in the process, they did not only alter the Islamic faith but also weakened the Islamic state by destroying the average Muslims’ concept of, devotion in, commitment to, reliance on, and passion for, the Islamic Empire.


In the Golden Age of Islam, for the high administrators of Abbasid Baghdad or Umayyad Andalusia, and for the magistrates of other great states of the Islamic Ages, the performance of prayer was a secondary matter of minor importance, because serving the Caliphate was already a spiritual dimensions’ service of the utmost value. Their focus was therefore on the Spirituality, Knowledge and Art of Governing; when all this went lost because of Ahmad ibn Taimiyah’s villainous barbarism, the Islamic Empire underwent its final downfall.


What today’s idiotic sheikhs and uneducated imams fail to understand is that, if the prayer and the fasting are harmful to the Supreme Power of the Caliphate (the Islamic Imperial Government), they are rejected by Allah and become ultimately a curse for the hypocrites (munafiqun) and the infidels (kuffar) who only impersonate the Muslims, without truly being faithful. This is so because the top interest, concern and commitment of a Muslim should be the consolidation of Islam’s power in this world, and this involves as top priority not a fake prayer and a ridiculous fasting but a wholehearted contribution to the supremacy of the Islamic Caliphate.


In fact, there cannot be any Islamic prayer that is good for a Muslim when the act of the prayer is due to a state of mind that can harm the Islamic Imperial Government in any sense.


  1. The Freemasonic Colonial Powers and the Collapsed Islamic Imperium

In the modern times and for the past 200-250 years, due to the ignorance and idiocy imposed among Muslims by the Freemasonry-led Western colonial countries through the fabricated by Western academia, un-Islamic and anti-Islamic system of ‘Political Islam’ or ‘Islamism’, the outright majority of the Muslims failed to understand that, in the material world, Islam equals Islamic Caliphate, and when the Islamic Caliphate does not exist, there is no Islam.


But I am digressing. To go back to the original subject and terminate the present brief analysis, I should add that, when the Freemasonry-led Western colonial powers entered into competition and undertook their expansionist policies, they sent their agents in the lands of Islam. These agents presented themselves as travelers, scholars, explorers, etc. and as such they were allowed to cross and observe / study the Islamic lands; this was certainly a terrible mistake and a great part of naivety from the part of the Islamic authorities which can be interpreted as an indication of the advanced decay. The Western agents reported back home the disastrous situation that prevailed in the Islamic World (Ottoman Empire, Iran, India and other territories in Asia, Europe and Africa). Even in the case of militarily strong countries (like 17th century Ottoman Empire), the local societies were already rotten, tenebrous and barbaric, because of the widespread diffusion of the perverse and Satanic ideas of Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ahmad ibn Taimiyah that had meanwhile prevailed in even larger scale one way or another, eliminating Spirituality, Wisdom, Science, Exploration, Philosophy, Aesthetics and Ethics, and turning the already de-spiritualized religion of Islam into a ridiculous judicialized pseudo-religion of do’s and don’ts, a worthless nominalist dogma of uncultured and uneducated imams and sheikhs, and a materialist theory accepted by followers only because of the rewards ‘promised’ in the Hereafter for their orthopraxy.


The Freemasonic Anglo-French plan to eradicate Islam, which means to eliminate the Islamic Imperial Governments (because without them there is no Islam in this world), was now in motion. As the central power of the Islamic World was the Ottoman Empire, it became the main target of the English and the French agents, explorers, businessmen, military, academia and diplomats. In prominent position among them, there were the Orientalists: those who unearthed archaeological evidence, deciphered epigraphic material, published textual records, conceptualized and contextualized the past of the targeted countries as per the interests of the colonial powers, and in brief, robbed the Heritage and the Identity of the Orient from their own owners without them even imagining of what they were losing…..


The Western diplomats, agents and academics knew very well that the local people were idiotic and ignorant, silly and trashy, because of the diffusion of the teaching of Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ahmad ibn Taimiyah, and they concluded that, although Muslim, they would be easy to manipulate and cheat, because their idiocy marked them with a catastrophic lack of sophistication. And they were right. Unadulterated coercion was thus to apply to them. And it did, quite successfully.


Psychologically inferior, poor, and ignorant, the local Egyptians (of 1798 and onwards) and Algerians (of 1830 and onwards), if compared to the knowledge and the sophistication of the French explorers, linguists, archaeologists and historians who flooded these two detached Ottoman provinces, would look like a brainless, silly, and uneducated child in front of a leading savant, a distinguished academician, and an erudite discoverer or inventor.


As the provinces were progressively cut off from the capital (after Egypt and Algeria, it was the turn of Aden, Sudan, Tunisia, Eritrea, the Arabian coast of the Persian Gulf, Oman, Libya, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Arabia), there were no local forces to understand (let alone achieve) the level of sophistication of the Imperial Government at a time the enemy invaded their lands. Due to the diffused ignorance, even Istanbul was a shadow of the Imperial Government of the great old times of Suleiman the Magnificent or his father and predecessor, Selim I.


Thus, Islam’s top achievement in the world, the Devlet-i Ebed-müddet (“The Eternal State”), was abandoned – first in Egypt and in Algeria and later in the other detached provinces – by the corrupted materialistic followers of the pseudo-Islamic theologians Ahmad ibn Hanbal and Ahmad ibn Taimiyah, all those who did not want to die for the real Islam, but to survive like rats in the colonial regimes’ fake and distorted Islam.


The complete collapse of the Islamic World happened indeed in 200 years (1580 – 1798), and once the ultimate demolition of Islam was triggered with Napoleon’s expedition to Egypt, there was no apparent force in the Islamic Caliphate (let alone its detached provinces) to oppose the imperial sophistication of the Western colonial powers.


Worse, not even one person from the entire Islamic World managed to detect as early as 1800 or 1830 the ultimate end of the Freemasonic Anglo-French plots and conspiracies. This is indeed the chronicle of a death foretold. The end of Islam came in less than a century later, and what is even more striking is that the idiotic sheikhs, uneducated imams, and pseudo-Islamic universities of today fail to understand and admit that, following the dissolution of the Caliphate, there is no more Islam on Earth.


  1. What it takes to launch the True Islamic Caliphate today

Today, the re-establishment of the Islamic Caliphate would certainly solve all the troubles of the Islamic world, but there is no driving force to lead this development. There are no true Muslims – with the necessary spirituality, with the demanded wisdom and knowledge, with the required ethics and morals, with the indispensable accurate perception and assessment of the ‘other’, and with the much needed evaluation and judgment of Islam’s complete collapse and disintegration – who would be up to the task of re-inventing and implementing the Islamic Caliphate.


In fact, all those fake Muslims who, fanatic in their pseudo-faith and extreme in their worthless opinion, want to defend ‘Islam’ fail to realize that you can never protect what you never properly identified, learned, understood, and abode by. This tells much about what today’s primary task for the Islamic World is; Muslims must first reject themselves, fully deny their false self, liberate themselves from their corrupt mind, replace their ignorance with original knowledge, and abolish their false faith for true Islamic spirituality. For today’s fake Muslims, the top priority task is the proper re-birth in the historical Islam, and the parallel rejection of all aspects of today’s mindsets, attitudes, behaviors, lifestyles, opinions, interpretations, teachings, beliefs, assumptions, socio-political organization, and public & international affairs.


Re-discovering the Islamic Imperial Government and Islam, as Science, Art, Ethics, Religion, Culture, and Civilization, will not be an easy task. Actually, the proper study of the Islamic Imperial Art of Government (in total opposition to today’s villainous politics and in full rejection of today’s pseudo-Muslim gangsters who serve these evil purposes) is a very complicated task. It has always been so.


When the Ottoman Caliphate was still functioning as a proper Imperial Islamic Government (certainly up to 1580), it was never an easy task for an indigenous young man to study, familiarize with, and become an expert in the Imperial Government. It would take 10 or 20 years of diverse studies and associated training for someone to become a successful Ottoman, Iranian or Mughal Indian administrator. It was a complex and sophisticated curriculum that eclipsed those of the other great powers’ administrators. It goes without saying that this curriculum was not as miserable and as cheap as studying religion today with a sheikh in pseudo-Islamic universities like Al Azhar, Madinah, etc.


As a matter of fact, religion and fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence) were only a very small part of the Imperial Government Curriculum; there were many other more important subjects to study and learn for someone wishing to serve as an administrator, expert or adviser in the Imperial Islamic Government. To put it better, being part of an Islamic Imperial Government took a major life effort. Of course, Imperial Government meant about all continuity; people live and die, but imperial administrations live as long as an empire pursues successful policies and reproduces the class of its wise potentates, high caliber administrators, and formidable magistrates. The ruling class of an Imperial Government is therefore bound to always reproducing itself through incessant preparation and enrolment of worthy, valuable young men who can become successful rulers after pursuing long studies.


As it can be easily surmised, this process always happens in the capital cities of the empires. A mere farmer in Clairmont Ferrant (France), Sfax (Tunisia) or Taiz (Yemen) is good for nothing, when it comes to Imperial Government.


  1. Ottoman Provinces turned to Colonies, and then to Fake States

The top concern of the French and the English in their centuries long, multifaceted confrontation with the Ottoman Empire was to progressively detach provinces, and corrupt the local societies through a long list of vicious policies of alteration and disfigurement in order to achieve an advanced level of de-Islamization.


But as the detached provinces of the Ottoman Empire were cut off from Istanbul, the Islamic Imperial Government tradition was lost for those territories whereby the Western powers selected the filthiest and the unworthiest of the local population, i.e. all those who were ready to betray their true country (e.g. not the detached province that was merely a technical entity, but) the Ottoman Empire and cooperate with the invaders – a behavior that is tantamount to high treason and comprehensive betrayal and denial of Islam.


As per the typical colonial method, the local administrators of the colonial powers sent often these corrupted traitors back to Paris or London to convert them from uneducated agents to sophisticated traitors of their own country in order to subsequently appoint them as heads of the shameful local colonial administration that was setup only to exploit the detached province to the benefit of the enemy and occupier (i.e. the French and the English). How can one expect that a trashy person of this lowly behavior may ever be able to rule his country and, in doing so, mighty enough to oppose empires?


Take as example an uneducated, trashy and idiotic person, like Gamal Abdel Nasser! He did not pursue even a minimal part (one hundredth) of the study required to be an administrator of the Imperial Government. If one compares Gamal Abdel Nasser’s worthless curriculum, which was a mere copy of Western doctrine (so, automatically rejected as per the original Islamic standards), to that of the high magistrates of Abbasid Baghdad, Umayyad Andalusia, and Ottoman Istanbul, one understands how lower, more cowardly, more ignorant, and more impotent Gamal Abdel Nasser was to resume governmental positions. And of course he may have never reached any, had the Americans not initiated him in the secrets of being a filthy agent at their service and therefore able only to execute order given by kuffar, which is tantamount to betraying one’s religion, harming one’s country, and ridiculing oneself.


Where did Gamal Abdel Nasser or any other worthless and pathetic local ruler, Qadhafi, Saddam Hussein, Hafez Assad, Bourguiba, Buteflika, Anwar al Sadat, Mubarak and their likes, learn how to become an effective and worthy administrator of the Islamic Imperial Government? Already they never imagined, let alone understood what the Islamic Imperial Government is. Instead of it, their world was that of filthy (and genuinely anti-Islamic) ‘politics’, i.e. the vulgar, hideous and lowly manner of Freemasonic ruling that was first implemented in England and France (when the Freemasons prevailed in these two countries) and thence exported to the rest of the world.


The above-mentioned self-disastrous gangsters studied in military academies, universities and institutes, but there was no Islamic Imperial Government tradition anymore in their countries, so they could not possibly study the Art of Islamic Imperial Government. The same concerns other Muslim countries like Iran, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, etc. In fact, when an empire collapses, the Imperial Government disappears, the tradition is lost, and after centuries of colonialism, the new, idiotic, ignorant and useless elite that comes to surface (only through the scrupulous colonial filters) acts like typical slaves of the English, the French and the Americans. This is what actually occurred in every country that is today inhabited by Muslims, be it a ‘republic’ or a ‘kingdom’. If Kemal Ataturk’s Turkey constituted an exception, it is always useless to remember that the exception confirms the rule.


So, how could one expect Gamal Abdel Nasser, a silly street boy and a worthless soldier, to properly serve the interests of his country the nature and the dimensions of which he could not even understand and assess?


And this concludes the case of the present gangsters who rule the detached provinces of the Ottoman Empire without having the chance even to imagine what the Islamic Imperial Government is (or can be) and how the great powers of the West are governed. They can only be valueless, one-use puppets at the hands of the foreign enemies of the Islamic world, e.g. the administrations that methodically destroyed the Islamic Caliphate and nowadays continue their nefarious policies of identity distortion, heritage disregard, social-cultural alteration and deformation, and economic robbery against the Oriental (not only the Islamic) countries.


These trashy and brainless idiots-turned-gangsters can only have the calamitous end that they deserve. The principles of the Islamic Imperial Government are always there, even though the Islamic Caliphate collapsed. These principles can never be removed. Similarly, the Islamic Ethics are always there, and no foreign government or local high traitor can ever remove them. Anyone who opposes them simply prepares an ominous end for himself and a permanent damnation for his soul.


  1. Issues of Islamic Imperial Government – a Model Country

To take matters more closely, I will now focus on a country that is rather viewed as ‘peripheral’ to the Islamic world, without however being so. This wrong consideration reveals the vast and detrimental ignorance that prevails among the world’s Muslims as regards the Islamic Imperial Government, which is the most important part of Islam, when it comes to social affairs, irrespective of what the ignorant, criminal, and Satanic sheikhs of Al Azhar and Madinah may think or say. The country-example is Somalia.

In Somalia, there was an Islamic Imperial Government tradition. Perhaps, it was not at the level of Damascus, Baghdad, Cairo, Istanbul, Isfahan, Delhi or Granada, but it was quite typical for countries located at the Islamic World’s geographical margin (North Nigeria, Mali, Central Asia, and Indonesia). In all these cases, local emirs and sultans referred to the Caliph as the principal authority in terms of Islamic Imperial Government, and therefore maintained close and harmonious contacts with the capital of the Caliphate. In the History of Islamic Somalia, the Islamic Imperial Government tradition was embodied in various Empires like the Sultanates of Ifat, Adal, Warsangali, Majerten, Hobyo, Mogadishu, Ajuran, and Geledi.


In the moment of its greatest expansion (basically 1500-1600), the Islamic Caliphate – viewed not only as the Ottoman Empire, but holistically as central Caliphate and regional dependencies – was a very decentralized form of state and a great part of the decision-making process was delegated to the regions. This was able to happen exactly because the Art of Islamic Rule was widely diffused and elaborate forms of Government bound with Spirituality, Science and Exploration were attested even in faraway places.


A typical example is the Great Somali Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim whom the Somalis have been used to call Gurey in Af Somali, their language. More recently, due to the colonization, the Somalis too have lost the Islamic Imperial Government tradition, and as consequence, they have been by now used to call Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim merely a ‘sheikh’ or ‘imam’, not an Emperor as they should. This means that today’s Somalis do not understand what is and what is not important.


Quite contrarily, the neighboring barbaric Abyssinians always call ‘emperors’ the diverse series of filthy and incestuous soldiers whose mothers were prostitutes, and who were at times appointed as thugs-in chief of their barbaric realm. To add perjury to their list of crimes, the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians fallaciously attribute their origins to Solomon (Hz. Suleyman) who – of course – never got married with the Yemenite (not Abyssinian) Queen of Sheba (contrarily to their lies), and consequently never had a son named Menelik. The false myth of Menelik was forged only lately within their vulgar, hideous and fallacious literature named ‘Kebra Negast’ that dates back to the end of the 13th c. CE; no earlier literature in any language mentions this forgery.


However, even before 100 years, the Somali dervishes at Taleh seem to have preserved the basics of the Islamic Imperial Government tradition in their opposition to the criminal Freemasonic gangsters of England.


It is totally wrong to assess that the Taleh dervishes made a war upon the English just for religious purposes; this is exactly what the colonial thugs of the vulgar, lowly, and pseudo-royal government of England wanted to diffuse in order to misrepresent the epic struggle of the Taleh dervishes for National Independence and Imperial Islamic Government.


Following the vicious, racist, anti-Somali propaganda of the worthless English, their regional puppets, e.g. the Wahhabi bogus-Muslims of Saudi Arabia and the Amhara – Tigray Tewahedo (Monophysitic) cholera of Abyssinia, started also pretending and diffusing the filthy falsehood as per which the Taleh dervishes fought to establish a radical, Islamist and extremist religious state. This is a vicious lie.


The Somali dervishes and the great King Muhammad Abdallah Hassan rejected the English presence, because of their faith in the Islamic Imperial Government, i.e. the Caliphate, and its values and principles that are the only to allow Muslims to live in a noble Islamic way and to arrange their societies as per Islam’s virtues and spirituality, and in full rejection of the Amhara incestuous barbarism, and of the Western modernism and materialism.


The Somali dervishes and the great King Muhammad Abdallah Hassan had kept the Imperial Government tradition vivid in their hearts and minds. They knew quite well that this was what the inhuman English beasts wanted to uproot in order to spread materialistic perversion and utter barbarism in the Holy Islamic Land of Somalia.


And this is in fact what exactly today’s Somalia is missing. If the true spirit and the original spirituality of King Maxamed Cabdille Xasan is recaptured and rekindled, the filthy gangsters of the English and American administrations will stop calling this Great African Hero as ‘Mad Mullah’.


In our effort to recapture King Muhammad Abdallah Hassan’s spirituality and vision of Islamic Imperial Government, we have to study his own model: the Great Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim who preceded him by 400 years. Spirituality deprives anyone and anything of the worthless notion of time, because in the spiritual world that the Taleh dervishes so much sought after there is no time. This means that the Great Anti-Colonial Hero Muhammad Abdallah Hassan was able to see his own model, Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim (Gurey), just face to face. He was able to grasp the very deep meaning of Gurey’s acts and targets.


This is exactly what today’s Somalis have failed to achieve, as they have been plunged in the useless materialist concerns and approaches generated during 23 years of Civil War and because of the ensuing dependence of a significant portion of the Somali economic and political class on the vicious, Satanic, Western capitals.


Yet, the only means to ensure the reunification, rehabilitation and reinstatement of the Somali Nation is the re-acquisition of the spirituality of the Taleh dervishes. Today’s Somalis need to delve in the values and the virtues of the Islamic Imperial Government as revealed by the action of Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim (Gurey). In fact, to do so, today’s Somalis have only to realize a key point: between the Great Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim (Gurey) and us today, there is less than one minute distance. Not 500 years!


It was not by mere coincidence or due to simple hatred that the Great Emperor tried to extinguish the cursed and inhuman race of the Amhara. He knew very well that, if they survived, they would attempt to turn the entire Eastern Africa into a hell of barbarism, ignorance, bestiality, fornication and incest – elements that were already noticed by the early 16th c. Somalis as the basic constituent traits of the worthless and lowly Amhara society. To the visionary Emperor, it was crystal clear that the utmost barbaric society would be – to the incestuous Amhara – a ‘paradise’.


We, now, taking into account the Rastafarian description of their villainous and Satanic ideas, we can understand how clairvoyantly Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim (Gurey) assessed the situation and wanted to disperse and annihilate the Amhara pestilence; Rastafarians promote filthiness, incest and every other bestiality, while believing that the entire African continent will be called Zion when their fake Messiah comes. Rastafarians did not properly exist before 500 years, but the core of their beliefs existed already among the pseudo-Christian Amhara, and this was well known to the Great Somali Emperor Gurey who did his best to cancel the then forthcoming hardships of his illustrious nation, the Somalis. It was quite clear to Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim that the Amhara evilness would end up at the End of Times (Al Yom al Ahar) with siding with, and offering their state to, the Antichrist (Masih al Dajjal).


Perfectly well versed into the concepts and the notions of the Islamic Imperial Government, Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim won, prevailed over, and dispersed the barbaric Amhara realm. However, the Emperor’s real enemy proved to be the colonial Portuguese maritime force that was sent urgently to oppose him.


The Portuguese, who were infiltrated and guided by Freemasons, searched to find the dispersed Amhara soldiers – who were left with no state due to the great victories of the Great Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim. The Portuguese managed to save and reorganize the dispersed Amhara (and thus to preserve them for the Freemasonic plots of the Latter Day), and they engaged the Somali armies in several battles. The Islamic Imperial Government was evidently considered by the Western European Freemasons as the main enemy, because they knew that sooner or later they would prevail over the Catholic Church in Western Europe, and that the Islamic Caliphate was what really stood on their way to setup a barbaric global state of Satanic nature.


The Portuguese Freemasons knew that they had to defeat the Great Somali Emperor through ruse in the battlefield, in order to allow the evil, incestuous Amhara to survive until a later and greater colonial involvement would setup a closer Amhara – Anglo-French – American – Ashkenazi Zionist cooperation in view of the forthcoming appearance of the Antichrist (Masih al Dajjal) whom the evil forces are anticipated to accept as the true Messiah.


When the later colonial involvement took place, 300 years after the assassination of the Great Somali Emperor Ahmad ibn Ibrahim, the English and the French helped the Amhara expand from their tiny and unimportant barbaric kingdom to all directions (north, south, west, east) and invade the greatly civilized nations of the Oromos, the Afars, the Kaffas, the Hadiyas, the Sidamas, the Ogadeni Somalis, and others who have been held captive within the barbaric tyrannical state of Abyssinia (fallaciously re-baptized as Ethiopia) over the past 160 – 60 years (as per case).




Pictorial documentation:

Assurbanipal – Emperor of the Universe (Sar Kissati) & Emperor of Assyria

Octavian Augustus, First Roman Emperor

Sassanid Iranian Emperor Khusraw (Chosroes) I Anushak Ravan (Immortal Soul)

Justinian I – the greatest Eastern Roman Emperor

Coin of Umayyad Caliph – having striking similarities with Sassanid Iranian coins

Nasir al Din al Tusi, one of the greatest astronomer and erudite scholars of Islam, 13th c.

Istanbul Observatory 1577

Sultan Selim III at the Top Kapi Palace in 1789





Arab Nation Hoax: Geared to Falsify Islamic History & Ruin Varied Nations disfiguratively Named Arab


Aramaean high priests of Mithras – Wall painting of the Mithraeum of Dura Europos, near Abu Kemal, Syria

By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis


In an earlier article (http://www.afroarticles.com/article-dashboard/Article/There-is-no-Kurdish-Nation—it-is-a-Freemasonic-Colonial–Orientalist-Hoax-/259228), I explained the reasons for which there are no Kurds, and that the notion of a Kurdish nation is a Freemasonic Orientalist hoax geared to put under an impossible umbrella many different nations spanning from Anti-Taurus Mountains to Syria, Mesopotamia and the Zagros Mountains.


The Hoax of a Kurdish Nation is not however the first of this kind. The first Orientalist hoax was that of the Arabic Nation. This forgery dates back to the late 18th and the 19th centuries and served as an example in the aforementioned article.


– By misinterpreting historical processes,

– by concealing historical evidence,

– by disorienting regional academics from having a wide spectrum understanding of their fields,

by diverting them from several related academic fields and disciplines, and – by machinating in a way to mislead regional universities, faculties of humanities, staff members and researchers and ultimately keep them at an academically underdeveloped level and disconnected from one another,


… the colonial academia and diplomats make sure that a vast confusion and deception prevail in the minds of targeted nations only to serve as the wrong foundation for further theoretical, intellectual, ideological and political disorientation.


I then briefly expanded on the Arab Nation Hoax, before focusing on the identity, the socio-political milieu, attitude and targets of the diverse nations, which for the needs of the Kurdish Nation Hoax became ‘Kurds’.


The revelation of the non-Arab identity of the misfortunate nations that have been labeled ‘Arab’ by the Orientalist forgers triggered the interest of several readers, who wrote to me, because they had heard totally different presentations while studying in different universities in the region. To answer their questions and illuminate the topic more extensively, I decided to come up with a summarizing, yet all-encompassing text which, although unable to fully cover the subject, offers a panoramic view of the fundamental historical realities and their existing dimensions and ramifications.


I will therefore first re-publish the part of the previous article which concerned the Arab Nation Hoax, then quote the questions included in the mails that I received, and finally expand properly.


  1. Who are those who have been fallaciously labeled ‘Arabs’

The Arabic-speaking part of the populations of Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Western Egypt are indeed Berbers, who gradually forgot Berber languages and spoke Arabic exclusively, because they accepted Islam, and consequently made of their religious language their sole language. This was a long process and the Arabization phenomenon was only of linguistic nature – not ethnic, not cultural.
Similarly, Egyptians are not Arabs, but Hamitic Egyptians or ‘Copts’, if you want, who in different eras accepted Islam and gradually abandoned Coptic language. Egypt south of Assiut was still Christian for almost 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died. Today, there is no ethnic difference between Christian and Muslim Egyptians; literarily speaking, the country is inhabited by Christian Copts and Muslim Copts.


In the same way, the ethnic origin of today’s Sudanese is Kushitic (Kushites being a branch of the Hamitic nations) or Nilo-Saharan; Sudan’s Kushites are Arabic-speaking natives, because after accepting Islam, they gradually abandoned Christian Sudan’s Makurian and Alodian Kushitic languages, which were later forms of Meroitic. i.e. the pre-Christian Sudan’s language which was written in hieroglyphic and linear characters. Linguistic Arabization is indeed a very recent phenomenon for Sudan’s Kushites, because the Christian state of Makuria lasted until the 14th c. and the Christian state of Alodia collapsed only in the late 16th c. On the other hand, the Nubians in the North and other Nilo-Saharan peoples in other parts of Sudan preserved however their languages down to our times, as Arabic is merely a religious language to them.
More importantly, the Arabic-speaking part of the populations of SE Turkey, Syria, Iraq, SW Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates and the Saudi extreme North are not Arabs but Aramaeans (a Semitic nation) who gradually forgot their own Syriac Aramaic language (a major language of Patristic Literature and an international language across the land routes of trade between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, and China) and spoke Arabic because they accepted Islam. Their linguistic Arabization was a gradual phenomenon characterized by the affinity of the two languages (Syriac Aramaic and Arabic) and the similarity of the two writing systems, as Arabic originates from Syriac Aramaic.
Last but not the least, the Yemenites and the Omanis are not Arabs, but indigenous Yemenites and Omanis who, after accepting Islam, gradually abandoned their pre-Islamic languages, namely Sabaean, Hinyarite and Hadhramawti, etc. and spoke Arabic. Two modern Yemenite indigenous languages, notably Mahri and Socotri, are descendants of the Ancient Yemenite languages that were of course categorized as Semitic. Mahri is spoken in Hadhramawt (Mahra) and in North Somalia, whereas Socotri is the only native language in the island of Socotra.


The pre-Islamic Yemenite languages are documented with a great number of epigraphic texts dating to back to more than 1300 years before the arrival of Islam; they were written in the indigenous writing that had nothing to do with the pre-Islamic Arabic writing which appears only 300 years before Islam and is provenly a deformation of Syriac Aramaic.

  1. Reactions and questions from readers


Simply amazing, dear Dr. Shamsaddin!


I am astonished with your deep knowledge of the region and its history of ethnic components. But, as far as I know from the History of the Middle East that we have been taught at Al-Bayt University (Jordan), even before the Islamic expansion (al-futuhat al-islamiyya), some Arabic tribes did come out of Arabian Peninsula to live at the Northern parts, such as Palestine and Jordan. Or, at least, after the Islamic expansion, most of the tribes of Adnan (Northern Arabs) or Madar and Qahtan (Southern Arabs from Yemen) moved to Iraq, Sham and Egypt with the armies and settled there. So, that is one of the reasons why the autochthonous populations were Arabized. 


The Qahtan tribes or the Yemenites settled mostly in Iraq, and the Madar tribes inhabited mostly Sham (Levant). And even after their Islamization, these tribes carried with them some of the historic enmity that pre-existed between them and which was revived in the wars between Ali and Mua’wiyyah, and later in the wars between the Umayyad dynasty and the Shia (partisans) of Ali and his successors. This is known in the books of literature and history as the hate or enmity between Ahl al-Sham and Ahl al-Iraq.


So, I am little bit perplexed hearing that the Arab populations are hoaxes of Orientalist Freemasons. But, of course, I do not exclude that possibility, because that waste region cannot be homogeneous, especially knowing that it has been always a crossroad of different peoples, kingdoms and civilizations throughout history.



  1. General Outline of the Response


Thank you for your commentary, dear friend! Basically, you make four points.


You first speak about subjects of Oriental History taught in a Middle Eastern university. This is addressed here:



You subsequently refer to the wider area of SE Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, and SW Iran before, during and in the aftermath of the Islamic Expansion phenomenon, so basically late 6th and 7th centuries CE. This is discussed here:











You then mention Ancient Yemen and the Yemenite migrations. This is answered here:



You finally discuss issues pertaining to homogeneity of the wider region. This is commented here:



What follows is the main part of my response as per the above structure. Bear in mind, if you please, that this is merely a synopsis.



  1. The Dimensions of Early Islamic History Falsification by Western Orientalist Academia and the False Concept of Arabization (proper response to readers’ questions)




You say “we have been taught at Al-Bayt University (Jordan), even before the Islamic expansion (al-futuhat al-islamiyya), some Arabic tribes “.


Within the context of modern academic disciplines, to give an example, there is ‘History of Ancient Egypt’, and there is ‘History of Egyptology’!


The history of the modern academic disciplines per se is an important field to also study, if one desires really in-depth understanding. Several stages of knowledge acquisition and synthesis have passed ever since Champollion deciphered Egyptian Hieroglyphics and Rawlinson decoded Assyrian-Babylonian cuneiform. Many mistakes have been corrected in the process; and many alterations have been added! Such fields as History of Assyriology, History of Iranology, History of Indology, History of Islamology, etc. reveal a tremendous amount of insightful as regards how we came to conclude what he have drawn until now as conclusion in each of the aforementioned fields.


With the colonial presence active and destructive on Ottoman soil under many different forms, one can easily understand that the Western Orientalism did not reflect a genuine interest for discovery of the past and exploration but soon turned out to be a multi-layered tool against the past, the present and the future of the Orient. In a way, it was a real robbery of the Oriental past, and by this I don’t mean the criminal, illegal and only provisory transportation of Oriental Antiquities in Western museums, libraries, institutes, research centers, universities, palaces, public places, auction houses, and ultimately privately homes. The worst robbery occurred at the theoretical, academic, intellectual, educational and cultural level. The collection of a sizable material record of Oriental Antiquities and its study and interpretation turned soon out to be not a true reflection of the historical past but a false projection of Western concepts, ideas and theories into the past under study. The new academic disciplines of Orientalism, instead of properly and effectively rectify the earlier acquired material record of ‘Classical’ (the term is false) Greco-Roman Antiquities, were only adjusted to it to help it expand.


The ensued ‘systematized falsehood’ was not only diffused among the Western countries (due to the phenomenon of academic competition in an era of acute nationalisms) but also enforced in the colonial academic and educational institutions that emerged – with the deep involvement of the colonial Orientalist academia – in all these fake countries. But, by accepting the Western ‘systematized falsehood’, the modern Oriental students and scholars (who were formed under supervision of the Western Orientalists) only gravely undermined the importance of their countries’ past, severely minimized the value of their past in their nation-building process, and finally contributed to the formation of fake modern Oriental nations that are detached from their past and left without a diachronic cultural identity.


Here, it is good to remember the French expression ‘bon pour l’ Orient’ (lit. ‘good for the Orient’) which implied that the product under discussion was not to be consumed or used in the Occident (by Westerners – due to its lower quality specifications)! All colonial academic institutions that were setup by Western academia on the soil of Ottoman provinces and in other Oriental lands were not proper copies of the Western universities and did not diffuse the same quality and depth of knowledge. Their Orientalist masters allowed these institutions to teach / diffuse in the Orient only the portion of their knowledge that would not make the Oriental academic institutions able to rival with their own Occidental establishments. Above all, these colonial academic-educational institutions were guided by their Orientalist masters to diffuse academic knowledge altered in a way that it would not be easy for the Oriental students (Algerian, Egyptian, Lebanese, Sudanese, Yemenite, Iraqi, Iranian, Pakistani, Indian, etc.) to realize that the Western ‘systematized falsehood’ – deliberately, viciously, and against all declared Western academic values – diminished the value of the Orient and the achievements of the Oriental civilizations in order to subordinate them to the Western historiography (the values of which – quite contrarily – were extremely maximized to appear as global).


Several scholars like Edward Said criticized Orientalism, whereas others like Martin Bernal (in his monumental ‘Black Athena’) attacked the Western ‘systematized falsehood’ at its very epicenter, demonstrating that the ‘Classical’ civilization was subordinated to the Oriental civilizations. But to no avail!


In the universities of Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, all the staff members keep promoting – pathetically, idiotically and self-disastrously – the colonial ‘systematized falsehood’ that prevents them from really assessing the greatness of the Orient in its correct dimensions, from truly evaluating the historical truth and continuity of the Orient, and from detecting the detrimental harm that the Western system, which they studied (either in Paris or in Madinah), has done to their own countries, their nation-building process, and their historical heritage.


However, the issue is far wider and permeates all disciplines of Humanities.


In fact, behind Pan-Arabism (a false theory the beginning of which is retraced back to Jurji Zeydan and his Nahda movement) is hidden the (exported to the respective lands of the Orient) version ‘bon pour l’ Orient’ of the Western discipline of Arabology. But the origin of the Arabic studies in Western universities goes back to the 18th c.! The Western ‘systematized falsehood’ took more than a century to produce Pan-Arabism.


One can expand up to writing books and books, but here suffice it to say that the ‘systematized falsehood’ is a perplex and multileveled affair. It does not only involve inaccuracies within one specific specialization field, but it also entails a severe detachment of each specialization field from other related fields. It goes up to the level of …. prohibition of an entire academic discipline! Once, I published an article – plead for a forbidden science: Aramaeology.


Because, to come closer to the subject under discussion, if a student wants to focus on the early Islamic expansion, while studying Arabic language and literature and History of Early Islam, s/he has also to take compulsory courses on

  1. a) Aramaeans in the Eastern Roman Empire and in the Sassanid Iranian Empire,
  2. b) Political History of the Eastern Roman Empire,
  3. c) Political History of the Sassanid Iranian Empire,
  4. d) Political History of Pre-Islamic Yemen,
  5. e) Copts in the Eastern Roman Empire,
  6. f) Ancient Yemenite language and literature (which is fallaciously called ‘South-Arabian’, a ridiculous term coined by the masters of the ‘systematized falsehood’),
  7. g) Syriac {do not confuse the Christian Aramaic language that is called ‘Syriac’ with the modern adjective ‘Syrian’ which is used in relation with the modern fake state of Syria} Aramaic language and literature,
  8. h) Christian Kingdoms in Sudan,
  9. i) History of theological disputes in the Eastern Roman Empires,
  10. j) Religions in Pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia,
  11. k) History of Northern – Northwestern Africa form Carthage to the Islamic Arrival.


The aforementioned are 11 (eleven) courses in total that should be compulsory for a syllabus of 28 courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts in History of Early Islam.


Certainly, the above eleven courses are not offered in the respective faculties of the regional universities from Morocco to Uzbekistan to Indonesia! Why? Because all the universities – be they state, private or religious – in the wider region of Islam are mere colonial products and therefore not one among their staff members commands a comprehensive knowledge covering all aspects related to the History of Early Islam. Consequently, no one can put the correct syllabus down on a piece of paper.




In this subject, the support offered to the Arabization fallacy is epitomized in the following words: “some Arabic tribes did come out of Arabian Peninsula to live at the Northern parts, such as Palestine and Jordan. Or, at least, after the Islamic expansion, most of the tribes of Adnan (Northern Arabs) or Madar and Qahtan (Southern Arabs from Yemen) moved to Iraq, Sham and Egypt with the armies and settled there. So, that is one of the reasons why the autochthonous populations were Arabized. 



Here, reading these few lines, one gets the impression that, in the middle of the 7th century, Mesopotamia (there was no ‘Iraq’ by that time – in fact, this was a new name just brought to use by the invading armies), Syria-Palestine, and Egypt were almost … uninhabited!


Also, the aforementioned lands are wrongly divided in the above manner. In fact, these lands did not belong to independent countries; at the times of Prophet Muhammad’s early life, they were parts of the Eastern Roman Empire and the Sassanid Iranian Empire. But the local populations were basically Aramaeans (in the Asiatic part of the territories referred to) and Egyptians – Copts (in Egypt). Because of the constant Roman – Iranian wars, the borderlines between Syria and Mesopotamia used to change almost every year, but the local population was always Aramaean.


The Aramaeans spread first from the desert to the neighboring lands of the Fertile Crescent around 1100 BCE and, after they were organized in several small kingdoms for many centuries, they were successively ruled (at times partly and at times entirely) by the Sargonid Assyrian, Nabonid Babylonian, Achaemenid Iranian, Macedonian, Seleucid Syrian, Arsacid Parthian, Roman, Sassanid Iranian and Eastern Roman Empires. In few cases, there were some relatively small, independent Aramaean states in the Late Antiquity (539 BCE – 622 CE, i.e. the period going from the rise of Achaemenid Iran to the rise of Islam), such as Urhoy, Hatra, Palmyra, Adiabene and Rekem/Petra.


Centuries before the arrival of Islam, the Babylonians, the Phoenicians, the Philistines/Palestinians, and the Jews had been progressively assimilated among the more numerous Aramaeans. For most of the cases, Euphrates (Furat) river was the border between the Romans/Eastern Romans and the Sassanid Empire of Iran, so we are rather on the safe side, if we generalize saying that regularly Syria – Palestine was Eastern Roman (the term ‘Byzantine’ is another fallacy diffused by the promoters of the ‘systematized falsehood’) and Mesopotamia was Iranian.


In the eve of the early expansion of Islam, very sizable cities existed in the territories mentioned. Among the greatest cities of Eastern Roman Syria and Palestine, we count the following:


Antioch (Antakya in Turkey’s province of Hatay) – the main rival of Alexandria (although Antioch was in the inland)


After having been the capital city (323-64 BCE) of the vast Seleucid Empire (that stretched from Central Turkey to India and, following the formation of Arsacid Iran at 250 BCE, only from Central Turkey to the Persian Gulf – always including Syria and Palestine) that was the main rival of the Egyptian state of the Ptolemies for about 250 years, Antioch became a major city – patriarchate of Eastern Christianity.


This means that Antioch was as big and as important as only Constantinople, Rome and Alexandria within the entire Roman Empire, Eastern and Western.


However, more importantly, Antioch and Alexandria represented the two strongest and opposite to one another theological schools of Christian Theology. More on the subject:




To better visualize the School of Antioch – School of Alexandria antithesis, it is quite advisable to compare it with the four schools of jurisprudence (madh’hab of fiqh) in Sunni Islam, namely those of Al Shaffi’i, Abu Hanifa, Malik bin Anas, and Ibn Hanbal. But there was bitter theological rivalry between the two Christian cities, and it was due to even greater differences at the underlying level of thought structure & systematization, and logic & logic philosophy.


Why does one need to expand to all this? Because the historical falsification as per which the aforementioned areas were arabized imposes any objective researcher and scholar to duly contextualize the event of the early Islamic expansion. To fully demonstrate that the term ‘arabization’ constitutes the epitome of colonial falsehood, one has to place the early Islamic invasions (and the ensuing settlement of certain populations in the areas under discussion) within the correct context. However, any historical event exists only within a context and without it, it is void and null.


At the times of Prophet Muhammad, the population of only one city, namely Antioch, was much larger than the entire population of all the Arabs together (anything between double and triple). Yet, the Arabs were then inhabiting a sizable area, notably the mountains of Hedjaz (the Western part of the Peninsula between Yemen and the Gulf of Aqaba) and the desert (the central part of the peninsula).


The same is also valid for Alexandria in Egypt, and for Tesifun (Ctesiphon) in Sassanid Mesopotamia (south of today’s Baghdad), which was at the time one of the two major Iranian capitals (Iran had always many capitals at the same time) along with Istakhr, which was located beyond the Zagros Mountains in Fars (near today’s Shiraz).


Beyond Antioch, there were many other sizeable cities in early 7th c. CE Syria – Palestine:


Edessa of Osroene or Urhay (today Urfa in SE Turkey), which had earlier been the capital of the Christian Aramaean Kingdom of Osroene (132 BCE to 214 CE) and then excelled as one of the most important cities-centers of Christianity worldwide


Harran (or Carrhae)


Beroea (today’s Aleppo – Haleb in Syria)


Apamea (near Hama in Syria) – former treasure city of the Seleucids and an important Christian center


Emessa (Homs in Syria)


Tadmor / Palmyra – one of the wealthiest and most sizable Aramaean states that was also one of the most important trade centers of the ancient world as it was located on geostrategic position in the land trade routes between the Mediterranean world, Iran, India, Egypt, Central Asia, and China


Laodicea (Latakiyeh in Syria)




Bostra (today’s Bosra in Southern Syria close to the Jordanian border)


Tyr (major Phoenician city of the coast)


Sidon (major Phoenician city of the coast)


Byblos (major Phoenician city of the coast)




Heliopolis (Baalbek in today’s Lebanon)


Caesarea of Palestine (known as Caesarea Maritima – south of Haifa on the coast) – a major Christian center


Jaffa / Joppa – a major coastal city and an important religious – literary center for both, Christianity and Judaism




Samaria (today’s Nablous) – the old capital of the ancient state of Israel that consisted of the ten tribes of the Hebrews, whereas the state of Judah regrouped the other two tribes. The local population was Chaldaean Aramaean and constituted the earliest Aramaean settlement in Palestine, as they were transferred from Southern Mesopotamia by Sargon Emperor of Assyria immediately after he invaded the Israelite capital and transported the entire population of Israel to the NE confines of the Assyrian Empire (722 BCE).


Tiberias (Tabariyyah – on the coast of the homonymous lake in NE Palestine)


Philadelphia – Decapolis (Amman in Jordan)


Here, we cannot mention either Rekem – Petra (capital of the Aramaean Nabataean kingdom / 168 BCE – 106 CE) or Hegra – Mada’in Saleh (second capital of the Nabataean kingdom) because they both were progressively abandoned after the collapse of the local Aramaean kingdom.


The above list is not exhaustive. Smaller cities like Jerash in Jordan or Apollonia of Palestine are not included. To establish a complete topographical list of the local towns, villages and hamlets, one would include thousands of inhabited places.


The total population of Eastern Roman Syria – Palestine must have been around 5-6 million people in the early 7th c. CE. At those days, the Eastern Roman Empire, according all serious approximations, totaled 20 to 25 million people living in today’s South Balkans, Turkey, Syria-Palestine, Egypt and North Africa.


The same concerns Mesopotamia in its totality – either totally controlled by the Sassanid Iranian Empire or shared at times between the Iranians and the Eastern Romans. There were many densely populated cities except the vast capital, Tesifun (Ctesiphon). It is rather safe to claim that Mesopotamia was more populous than Syria – Palestine, as this had always been the case. The Sassanid Empire totaled a population larger than that of the Eastern Roman Empire as it also controlled Central Asia and the North of India; it was however less centralized. According to some estimates, in the early 7th c. CE, the Sassanid Empire totaled 25 to 30 million people.




In face of the above mentioned, the inhabitants of Arabia in the early 7th c. CE did not total more than two to three hundred thousand (200000-300000) people. We know this as we know the approximate population of the cities where Prophet Muhammad lived or moved to, and the number of fighters who were engaged in battles that took place in order to prevent Prophet Muhammad’s rise of influence.


In any case, key Greek and Roman historical records dating back to the 1st and the 2nd centuries of the Christian era provide us with significant details as regards Arabia, and the documentation we get from them is quite sufficient for estimations, considerations and comparisons. Texts like the Periplus of the Red Sea (composed by an Alexandrian Egyptian merchant and captain around 70 CE) and the Geography of the Egyptian Alexandrian scholar Ptolemy (around the middle of the 2nd c. CE) are in this case as valuable as the geographical references to the area made by the great Roman scholar Pliny the Elder in his Natural History (Historia Naturalis).


It is to be always kept in mind that for several centuries the Roman Empire controlled a vast part of today’s Saudi Arabian territory (its NW corner) and more particularly the city – harbor of Leyke Kome (‘White Town’) which is identified with modern Umm Lajj on the coastland – although identification with al Wajh would be more conservative. Similarly, we know very well that Sassanid Iran occupied the entire coastland of the peninsula in the Persian Gulf (i.e. the coastlands of the modern states of Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Emirates and Oman) where the indigenous population was Aramaean.


On the other hand, we have also to keep in mind that Najran belonged to Yemen and was inhabited by Yemenites, who are not Arabs, and the same concerns the Omanis. Only the desert and the central part of Hedjaz were inhabited by Arabs in pre-Islamic times. Makah at the times of Prophet Muhammad was an unimportant village of 5-6000 (five to six thousand) people. Yathrib (later known as Madinah) was one of the few big cities of the Arabs or even the biggest, but it still could not even be compared to one of the aforementioned big cities of Syria, Palestine or Mesopotamia. Sargonid Assyrian and Nabonid Babylonian control was extended over Yathrib which is first known thanks to Mesopotamian cuneiform literature more than 1200-1300 years before the emergence of Islam. Named Yathribu, the then small and peripheral city was the location of the summer palaces of the Nabonid kings, probably because of the prevailing weather conditions and the mild summers.


At this point, it is easy to recapitulate. The pre-Islamic migrations of Arabian Peninsula tribes to Syria and Mesopotamia (Eastern Roman Empire and Sassanid Iranian Empire) are rather a matter of legend and not a proper historical record. Although it is certain that they happened, they were rather migrations of reigning families, which is very common across History; they were indeed accepted and welcomed locally by indigenous populations oppressed by foreign occupation soldiers, as the Aramaeans were heavily taxed and persecuted by the Eastern Roman and the Sassanid Iranian administrations.


The emigrated populations do not therefore represent but a small number of fighters and their families, and this means in every case only a few thousands of people (3000 – 5000) at the most. But even if we accept the hypothesis of the emigration of an entire tribe, again the number cannot be higher than 15000 or 20000 people, which is a tremendously high number of people moving, but still of minor importance for the millions of indigenous settled populations, namely the inhabitants of Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine and Egypt. The settlement of immigrated populations may perhaps acquire some importance at the strictly local level, e.g. the area where they exactly settled. But again, in this case, it is crystal clear that the immigrated tribes were sooner or later assimilated to the settled populations that they encountered in their final area of settlement.


However, any tribe originating from Ancient Yemen was not Arabic but Yemenite tribe, so quite different; this will be discussed later in this article.


It is however true that, after the Islamic invasions, many soldiers settled in diverse places, and mainly in the area of the first capitals of the Caliphate, namely Syria (Damascus) and Mesopotamia (Baghdad), if not for any other reasons only to ensure the new Islamic state’s administration and defense.


But who and how many were all the soldiers of the early Islamic armies – and when?


Only correctly formulated questions can lead to correct conclusions. And to properly approach and understand the subject of the early Islamic armies, we need to answer the above, tripartite question. Why? Because a great part of the existing confusion / misperception of the event hinges on exactly this point: not all the details concerning the soldiers of the early Islamic armies were properly studied and taken into account, when the verdict was announced in favor of the arabization.


Many view indeed the event of the early Islamic invasions as a one-moment monolith. That’s pretty absurd or deliberately / suspiciously wrong. A historical event that spans over 20 years, from the 630s to the 650s (to limit it to its main part), represents the historical evolution of an entire generation. In other words, it is not an event anymore, but rather a historical process.


This automatically means that the ethnic (racial) composition of the early Islamic armies changed progressively from 633-4 to 640, to 645, to 650. As one victory succeeded another from 633 to 711, a certain number of indigenous people in Palestine, Mesopotamia, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Anatolia, Caucasus, Central Asia, North Africa, India and in the Iberian peninsula adhered to Islam, and started participating in the next stage of the expansion.


What follows is a brief presentation of how and why this happened in a way that is still concealed from most!


After the Arabs accepted the Prophet Muhammad’s calling, Ali preached in Yemen’s (then new) capital Sanaa in 630, two years before the Prophet died, and all the Yemenites and the Omanis accepted Islam peacefully. As Yemen and Oman were provinces of Iran, it is very remarkable that even the Iranian chief administrator accepted Ali’s preaching. Yemen had a much larger population than Arabia itself, as ancient records clearly evidence; texts like the Periplus of the Red Sea, Ptolemy’s Geography, Cosmas Indicopleustes’ Christian Topography (written only 20 or 30 years before Prophet Muhammad’s birth), and the much hated by the biased Freemasonic Orientalist scholarship text ‘Laws on the Homerites’, i.e. the legislation of the Ancient Yemenite state of Himyar by Saint Gregentios, Archbishop of Taphar (dating in the 1st half of the 6th c. CE) include extensive and valuable information in support of the aforementioned estimates of population.


This means that at, until the death of Prophet Muhammad, Ali had already brought to Islam more people than Prophet Muhammad himself! At those days, the entire population of Yemen may have totaled 1 to 1.5 million people, thus outnumbering the Arabs by 5:1 to 7:1. The fact that Yemenites are totally dissociated from Arabs ethnically, linguistically and culturally will be discussed later.


The normal consequence of the above realty is that, when the wars started between the Islamic Caliphate on one side and the Eastern Roman and the Sassanid Iranian Empires on the other, the very early Islamic armies (633-639) consisted of Arabs, Yemenites, Omanis, and few Persian and Roman new converts and proselytes (the likes of Salman al Farsi, etc.). Following the acceptance of Islam by non Arabs, Yemenites and others, it was very common for Arabs to give Arabic names or nicknames to the new converts and proselytes (thus, for example, Salman al Farsi was also called ‘Abu Abdullah’), but this did not make of them Arabs – in anything.


However, at a later stage, when the Islamic armies fought at Nahavand (in the Zagros Mountains that separate today’s Iraq from Iran) and besieged Alexandria in Egypt (642), the combat forces were made of Arabs, Yemenites, Omanis, and Aramaeans from Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia – areas that had just been invaded few years ago, during the period 633-639. In just 5 years after Islam went out of the peninsula, a very remarkable part of the Islamic armies (1/4 to 1/3 by modest estimates) was composed of soldiers who were not native Arabic speakers.


Subsequently, in the later stage of the Islamic expansion (650-711), Persian soldiers may have fought in Spain, and Egyptian soldiers may have fought in Northern India. So, Arabs became progressively a minority in the Islamic armies. At that level, the personal names of the soldiers mean absolutely nothing, because to Copts, Aramaeans, Persians, Berbers and others, adhesion to Islam meant immediate acquisition of Islamic personal names in Arabic.


We know from crosschecked sources that even in the critical middle stage of the Islamic expansion (640-650), the Islamic armies were not numerous (ex. 30000 soldiers in the battle of Nahavand). Even if we suppose that all of them were Arabs (and we know that they were not), that all of them settled in only one of the newly invaded lands, for instance Syria (and we know that they did not limit themselves in only one), again we have to admit that their numbers were so minimal that they were finally assimilated among the indigenous populations, i.e the Aramaeans or the Copts, the Berbers and others.




As regards the Arabization falsehood, there may be two more points to discuss, e.g. linguistic arabization and cultural arabization. Academia and intellectuals supporting the Orientalist hoax often refer to these points that are however null.


Linguistic arabization does not mean or imply anything; within few generations and quite recently, African Americans became English native speakers in the US, and they forgot their past native languages that they were still speaking when they forst set foot on American soil. However, they did not become Indo-Europeans, or to put it more specifically Anglo-Saxons, as regards their ethnic origin. Neither can one ascribe them to the average English or White American culture.


To some extent, the arabization hoax survived for so long, only to confuse everyone and have political ramifications of calamitous character (Pan-Arabism, Arab Nationalism, etc.), because there was something important missing in the syllabuses of departments specializing on History of the Islamic World.


As a matter of fact, it is very wrong to study Early History of Islam as only Political History or History of Religion – and this is what happened until now either in the West or in the fake states that were formed after the dissolution of the major powers of the Islamic World, i.e. the Ottoman Empire, Safavid Iran, and Mughal India. In fact, the most important dimension of the Early History of Islam, which remains highly disregarded and unstudied, lies within the field of History of Civilizations (and Cultures) – a far wider field whereby every religion is widely contextualized and highly parameterized.


Actually, if we intend to study the diverse acculturation phenomena that took place in the 7th c. CE onwards due to the preaching of Islam by Prophet Muhammad, we have to focus primarily not on the Aramaeans and the Yemenites, but on the Arabs. In critical terms of Cultural Studies that have to apply in this case, the Arabs by accepting Islam, were profoundly, drastically and irrevocably aramaeanized and fully acculturated among the Christian Aramaeans. Islam viewed (not within the narrow context of religion but) as Culture was the most complete rejection of the earlier Arabic culture, legends, narratives, cults, beliefs, attitudes and – generally speaking – behavioral system. Aramaean culture, legends and narratives, as evoked by the new religion, replaced Arab culture following the preaching of Prophet Muhammad.


It is only because of the biased, anti-Islamic attitude of the West that scholars and researchers specializing in Early History of Islam did not notice that, before and after Hijra, the opponents and enemies of Prophet Muhammad did not reject a new religion (because Islam had not yet been fully articulated) but disparate religious ideas and concepts (those preached by one of their compatriots who was neither a local magistrate nor a priest of an already known religion) that – all – constituted the foremost rejection of what had been known among as Arab culture. In fact, they reacted and opposed his teachings because what he evangelized was alien to their nomad Arab culture and drastically opposed their behavioral system to which they wanted to stick.


Ages old, anti-Islamic hatred and hidden political motivations against the entire Islamic World were the reasons for which 18th and 19th c. Orientalists and Islamologists deliberately left vast fields of research and exploration unexploited and unstudied, because it was crystal clear to them that the end result would not correspond at all to their prefixed ideas and pre-arranged conclusions. As it happened, 20th c. Islamologists continued advancing on the footsteps of their predecessors and in the process a wide area of academic exploration remained terra incognita.


To put it correctly, at the times of Hijra (622 CE), Islam was actually a ‘new’ religion only to Arabs – not to Aramaeans! Almost all the subjects discussed within the Quran and the Hadith at the times of Prophet Muhammad were known to Aramaeans (either exactly as preached or slightly different), but not to Arabs. By this, I don’t mean that the verses of the Quran were already known in the very form in which they were uttered, but that the underlying concepts, stories, and narratives, as well as the ensuing mindsets, mentalities, attitudes and behaviors preexisted.


In this regard, there are plenty of examples. The entire cosmology of Islam, the narratives about the Creation, the expulsion from the original Paradise, the deviance of the early mankind, the morals of the Sodom and Gomorrah people (as reprimanded and castigated by God in the story of Lot / ch. 26, 160-171), and the Flood (involving Prophet Noah – Nuh), the stories about the Pharaoh, Moses (Musa) and the Exodus, about Jonah, and the moral concepts and values that they represent, the rejection of the Christian theory about Jesus’ divinity (which had already been rejected by the great Christian theologian and Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Nestorius 130 years before Prophet Muhammad was born), a great number of religious practices involving prayer, prostration, fasting, etc., the ensuing ethics and morals, attitudinal and behavioral systems preexisted among Aramaeans.


Particularly, the Nestorian Aramaeans’ values, behaviors, knowledge, science and esthetics heralded in a way Prophet Muhammad and, after the diffusion of Islam beyond the peninsula, took the central part and played the main role in the rise of the Islamic Civilization. Arabic writing is in fact a later deformation of the Syriac Aramaic writing. For this reason, early Islam did not appear to the Christians of the times of Prophet Muhammad as another, distinct, religion but rather a new form of heresy or a radical reassertion and rehabilitation of Nestorianism.


The implantation of Aramaean culture among Arabs through Islam and the early acculturation of the Arabs among the Aramaeans were the main reasons for which the populations of Syria, Palestine and Mesopotamia were immediately favorable to the Islamic armies and did not support the defense of the country to which they belonged – either Eastern Roman Empire or Sassanid Iranian Empire.




The aforementioned reality has been concealed at a global academic – educational – intellectual level, because it severely harms the ‘systematized falsehood’ that Western academia wanted to impose and did actually impose worldwide as regards the early Islamic expansion.


At this point, one must take into consideration that the imposition of the ‘systematized falsehood’ did not occur only in Western universities and in the derivative establishments setup in colonized countries but also within the so-called Islamic universities (the likes of Al Azhar and Madinah universities) whereby misleading, constrained and trimmed, de-contextualizing syllabuses exist only to obscure students and perpetuate the prevailing ignorance of the real History of Islam among Muslim academics.


As per the promoted and imposed Western ‘systematized falsehood’, the Islamic expansion phenomenon is called ‘Muslim / Islamic invasions’ or rather ‘Islamic / Muslim conquests’ (the last option is the title of the Wikipedia entry), and it is depicted as involving extensive bloodshed, fierce battles, and cruel attitudes that were supposedly imposed on an otherwise peaceful Christian Mediterranean world by some barbarians. In other words, Islam is depicted an external threat and an impending danger, whereas quite contrarily all the constituent elements of the Islam can be found on Eastern Roman territory.


In this regard, it is useful to add that Oriental Christianity has also been deliberately kept unknown to all Western Christian schoolchildren and students (with the exception of the very few researchers who begin their specialization in this topic only in their postgraduate studies). It is definitely paranoid for a Western schoolchild and student to be given through their general education more info about India, Buddhism, and China than about Constantinipolitan Orthodoxy, Coptic and Syriac Monophysitism, East Aramaean Nestorianism, and Oriental Christianity.


This hiatus is deliberate and serves the Western academics, who are the promoters of the ‘systematized falsehood’, to firmly dissociate and disentangle Islam from the Christian world. This viciously contradicts all the historical evidence. It is therefore not just a lie, but a criminal falsehood geared to be a time capsule for repetitive use any time the Freemasonic political establishment of the corrupt West intends to tarnish and demonize Islam.


And the aforementioned analysis of the fact that the Orient was never arabized but, quite contrarily, the Arabs have been aramaeanized through Islam clearly demonstrates that the Western negative portrait of the early Islamic expansion is totally false. Islam as Culture and Civilization was developed under determinant Aramaean impact and was never an external factor to Christians. Even more importantly, the most original Christians of the early 7th c. CE and those, who had more direct and correct info about the preaching of Prophet Muhammad, did not hesitate to either adhere to Islam or remain Christian and reject the Eastern Roman rule. This is of colossal importance because, in full rejection of the Freemasonic Orientalist colonial evilness and lies, it means that for the true Christians, the Islamic rule, administration and ‘political power’ (being wrong the term is used only conventionally here) is definitely preferable to the devious and evil Roman or Western control.


In addition to the above, the assumption of ‘a pre-Islamic peaceful Christian world which was interrupted by Islam’s conquering armies’ contradicts all historical sources, being viciously false, heinous and criminal because of its implications. Before the arrival of Islam, the Perso-Roman wars were not the only conflict in the wider region. Within the Roman Empire, many theological disputes ended in ceaseless conflicts and bloodshed. The rise of Arianism against official Roman Christianity in the 4th c. CE resulted in endless wars, fights, cruel oppression, and hundreds of thousands of dead. Donatism, considered as another heresy, turned North Africa to a permanent battlefield and to a land of oppression in the 4th and the 5th centuries.


Starting already in the 2nd and the 3rd c. CE, Marcionism and Docetism were considered as heretic theological schools and therefore persecuted. However, they survived across many centuries only to give birth to other theological schools which, under strong Gnostic impact, contrasted with Roman and Constantinopolitan Christianity, leaving even significant traces within Islam.


The prominent position offered to Jesus by Mani in his new religion (Manichaeism – Manawiyah in Arabic), which was preached in Ctesiphon (the Iranian capital at Mesopotamia) 400 years before Prophet Muhammad, confused Christianity while offering the newly risen Sassanid dynasty an excellent tool to attract Christian populations to a religion that incorporated elements of Gnosticisms, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism. Manichaeism had an extraordinary expansion, without war, through trade and ideological mobilization, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Despite the great impact that Manichaeism had across the Roman Empire, it was bloodily persecuted, and the same occurred later in Iran as well, when Mazdeism (a reinstatement of the Zoroastrian orthodoxy) prevailed among the Sassanids. Persecuted Manichaean communities from NW Africa, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Iran, Central Asia, and China left a voluminous material record without which it is absolutely impossible to assess the History of the Orient and therefore the History of the Islamic Caliphates. Even at its greatest expansion, Islam did not cover an area as large as that where Manicheans were dispersed worldwide – although they seldom controlled the administration of a country.


The two strongest theological opponents of Official Christianity managed finally to control the patriarchates of Antioch and Alexandria in the 5th c. CE. Monophysitism is today the original form of Christianity accepted by the Copts, the Western Aramaeans (in Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan), the Armenians, the Georgians, and the Abyssinians. Monophysitism is actually a derogatory term given to Monophysites by their Roman and Constantinopolitan opponents; whenever mentioned across this text, it is used conventionally. The correct term would be Henophysitism; as theological system, it was the theoretical ‘child’ of the School of Alexandria. Following the rejection of the majority decision at the Council of Chalcedon (451) by the Monophysites, the schism became definite between the patriarchates of Rome and Constantinople on one side and those of the East on the other. Subsequently, Eastern Roman soldiers carried out plans of terrible persecution against the local populations. In few words, Monophysitism rejects the official Christian dogma that Jesus as Christ (Messiah) had two natures, i.e. divine and human, and stipulates that Jesus had only one. divine and human, nature.


On the other hand, Nestorianism was the theoretical ‘child’ of the School of Antioch and was rejected in both, the Council of Ephesus (431) and the Council of Chalcedon. Eastern Aramaeans accepted Nestorianism overwhelmingly and Iranian Christians adhered to the dogma of Nestorius in their totality. Nestorius launched the Great Church of the Orient outside Roman territory and in the beginning many Nestorian Aramaeans moved from Eastern Roman Syria to Sassanid Iranian Mesopotamia. The result was that after the middle of the 5th c. CE (so, only 130 years before Prophet Muhammad’s birth), all the populations of the Eastern Roman Empire east of today’s Central Turkey rejected flatly the official religion of Constantinople. Nestorianism spread across Iran to Northern India, Central Asia, and China leaving evidence for more than 1000 years after Nestorius, who is also believed to be a Saint by the Christians of Malabar in Southwestern India. At the antipodes of Monophysitism, Nestorianism makes clear that Jesus had only a human nature, being thus far closer to Islam than any other system of faith.


The fight of the terms took the forefront place of the polarization with the Nestorians introducing for Virgin Mary the term ‘Christotokos’ (Mother of the Christ) in flat rejection of the official Constantinopolitan term ‘Theotokos’ (Mother of God). Anti-Eastern Christian persecutions in the Eastern Roman Empire and the Sassanid Iranian Empire were as severe as the incessant wars between the two strongest states of the then known world.


All these perplex, multifaceted and endless strives came to an end and different religions and denominations coexisted peacefully within the early Islamic caliphates (the Umayyad and the Abbasid dynasties). The rise of the Islamic Caliphates was a most beneficial event not only for those among the Aramaeans, the Persians, the Copts and the Berbers who accepted the new faith but also – and this is far more important – for those who preferred to remain Monophysitic Christian, Nestorian Christian, Manichaean and other and live under Islamic Rashidun (and later Umayyad and Abbasid) Caliphate rule rather than Eastern Roman tutelage or Sassanid Iranian scepter. This is clearly evidenced by texts like the Ta’rikh Batarikat al-Kanisah al-Misriyah by Severus ibn al-Mukaffa, Coptic bishop and historian, or the Chronicle of John of Nikiû.


And this is exactly what the ‘systematized falsehood’ of the West does not want known to anybody about Islam. Even centuries after the Islamic expansion, the Oriental Christians preferred to live safely, securely, productively and peacefully under the Islamic Caliphate’s administration rather than to be exposed to the heavy taxation, persecution and cruelty of Constantinople or Rome. This is not strange at all. Anti-Islamism did not exist among the Christians of the early Islamic times; the wars fought were only due to the fact that the Constantinopolitan imperial power did not fully and irrevocably accept the permanent loss of their Oriental provinces.


Only much later, Anti-Islamism became an influential political attitude in Western Europe; this happened only after the Pope of Rome, due to his military ineptitude, economic weakness, and political fragility was placed under Frankish political tutelage. The rise of the barbarian Frankish kingdom and the prevalence of Franks in Rome (800 CE) led to the First Great Schism (867 CE) between Constantinople and Rome, which was another Frankish trickery carried out in order to fully place Rome under Frankish control and offer the barbarian Franks the chance to alter / corrupt the Catholic Church of Rome from inside. Only after these developments, Anti-Islamism appears in Western Europe as a tool of Frankish political propaganda.


In fact, the earliest texts of the Eastern Roman Empire that mention the explosion of Islam in Arabia (Chronicle Paschale and the Chronicle of Theophanes the Confessor) presented Islam as rather a Christian heresy, not an independent religion. This shows the religious – cultural vicinity of the two systems and, at the same time, demonstrates that the constant wars between the Eastern Roman Empire and the Islamic Caliphate between the 7th and the 11th centuries reflected basically economic and political interests and not a radical religious opposition or rejection.


This is another key dimension of Oriental History that the modern Western falsifiers want the entire world not to know.



Speaking about the Southern, Southwestern, Southeastern and Eastern confines of the Arabian Peninsula, one has to totally and irrevocably dissociate Yemen and Oman from the Pre-Islamic Arabs. The Ancient Yemenites and Omanis were not Arabs, and their languages were very different from Arabic, although they all were Semitic languages. Similarly, modern Yemenites are not related to Arabs in any sense, because Yemen accepted Islam without ever being occupied by a single Arab soldier. The so-called phenomenon of the Islamic invasions did not occur in Yemen, Oman, Somalia and the entire Eastern African coast – at all! And no Arabs settled in Yemen under any circumstances whatsoever.


Ancient Yemen developed its own syllabic writing system at least 1000 years before the first pre-Islamic Arabic texts are attested in Hedjaz (and this happens as late as the middle of the 3 rd c. CE). The Ancient Yemenite kingdoms of Saba (Sheba), Qataban, Awsan, Ma’in, Himyar, and Hadhramawt are documented by the unearthed epigraphic evidence and they were also constantly referred to in Ancient Assyrian, Babylonian, Iranian, Greek and Roman historical sources. Oman was always an Iranian province, and we have attested Iranian occupation of Yemen in both, the Achaemenid period (550-330 BCE) and the Sassanid times (224-651 CE). Few years, after the Roman annexation of Egypt and the death of Cleopatra (30 BCE), Octavian sent the Roman fleet as far as Aden to destroy that wealthy city-harbor that controlled the Indian Ocean maritime trade and imposed heavy taxes on all products sent from India and East Africa through the Bab al Mandeb straits of the Red Sea to Alexandria and the Mediterranean world.


Describing harbors, navigation details, trade centers, and products across the sea route of the trade (plus its land and desert extensions/ramifications) between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, Central Asia, Indochina-Indonesia, and China, the text Periplus of the Red Sea (written around 70 CE) offers a dramatic contrast between civilized Yemen and Arabia.


In an article titled ‘Civilized Yemen vs. Barbaric Arabia: the Historical Divide will shape the Future’, published in Buzzle (6 August 2005), I included an English translation of the text, and I analyzed extensively the specific excerpt of this text. I republish the excerpt here as well:


Starting by paragraph 19 of his text, the author describes the navigation at the Eastern edge of the Red Sea. He refers to Leuke Kome (“White Town”) as the first harbour and port of call on the sailor’s way to the south. Since the departure is given not from Arsinoe (Suez) but Myos Hormos (the Mouse’s Bay), which corresponds to al Ghardaq – Hurghada in the Egyptian Red Sea coast, and the distance mentioned is 1000 to 1500 stadia (1 stadium equals 185 m), we deduce that Leuke Kome must be identified as the modern coastal town Al Wadjh.

The text refers to the Roman military presence (“ekatontarchos”: a centurion, officer leading 100 Roman soldiers), Roman fiscal presence (“paraleptes tes tetartes”: a customs officer dispatched in order to get 25% of the passing merchandise as tax), as well as a land road to the Aramaic Nabataean capital Rekem / Petra of King Malichus (certainly Malichus II). The Roman garrisons ensured safety for the land trade, since the main part of the merchandises (sent to Rekem and further on to Jerusalem, Damascus, Antioch, or Palmyra) was transported from Yemen by sea to Leuke Kome. Who were the inhabitants of that place? Since Leuke Kome does NOT belong to ‘Arabia’, we can deduce that they were probably Aramaeans, possibly of the highly civilized Nabataean branch, since the text makes a striking differentiation between them and the Arab inhabitants of the coast immediately in the south of Leuke Kome.

According to the Periplus of the Red Sea, civilization ends at Leuke Kome, and starts again around Mouza that is in the modern Yemenite Red Sea coast. What lies between them is the realm of Arab barbarism according to the author of the text (paragraph 20), which reads as follows:

“Immediately after this port (Leuke Kome) starts Arabia, which is extended alongside a large part of the Red Sea. It is inhabited by various peoples and tribes, whose languages differ either a little or totally. The coastal zone features many groups of huts of the fish–eaters, whereas the inland includes hamlets and pastures, being inhabited by a people who speak two languages and have a perverted character. These people rob those who deviate from their sailing just in the middle of the sea, and come nearby their coasts. They arrest all the shipwrecked, so that they make later use of them as captives. That is why the Kings of Yemen attack them, and hold many of them as prisoners. They are called Canraites (note: this is the single time this term was used in Ancient Greek literature). Truly, any sort of navigation nearby the coast of Arabia is particularly dangerous, and this area is characterized by a lack of ports and offers few possibilities of anchorage, being full of perilous rocks, difficult of reach because of the rocky precipices, and awful from any viewpoint. That is why when we sail south, we navigate in the open sea, and as fast as possible, until we reach the Katakekavmene Neso (‘Scorched Island’). Immediately after that island, there are plenty of lands inhabited by civilized people, who have large cattle, and use camels for their trade and transportation”.

Here we are already among the ancient Yemenites! The Katakekavmene Island can be identified with Farasan islands, slightly north of the Northern Yemenite borderline. The text enters then paragraph 21, as follows:

“Beyond these areas, in the last bay of the coast that is extended on our left during our navigation, lies Mouza, which is an official (“nomimon”: controlled by the state) port of call. If we follow the correct navigation line to the south, it lies in a distance of 12000 stadia from Berenice. The city is exclusively inhabited by Yemenites, captains and mariners, and is burgeoning with commercial activity (lit. “the trade is exceeding”) since it plays a vital role in the commerce up to Barygaza, and in this business the Mouza people use their own equipment”.


I think that further comments are not needed. As a matter of fact, in the middle of the 1st c. CE when the Periplus was written, the merged kingdoms of Saba and Himyar had replaced Qataban, and controlled the entire Somali coast of Eastern Africa as colony (from the Horn of Africa to approximately the area of Dares salaam in today’s Tanzania). Similarly, the kingdom of Hadhramwt had the island of Socotra as colony. Yemenites had excellent navigational skills and know how, having been the undisputed masters of the Indian Ocean navigation for almost 1500 years before the arrival of Islam. Whenever we refer to Islamic times’ navigation between the Arabian Peninsula and Eastern Africa up to China, we mean that it was almost exclusively in the hands of the Yemenite Muslims who by accepting Islam started using Arabic and gradually abandoned their native language. They were called Arabs, but in fact they were not Arabs.


However, in today’s Hadhramawt, Socotra and North Somalia (Bossasso), two languages originating from the Ancient Yemenite languages have survived. Hundreds of thousands of people are native in these languages. Last but not the least, the decipherment of the Ancient Yemenite writing was done through constant comparisons with Ge’ez which is the writing system of the Ancient Abyssinians and at the same time the religious language of the Christian Abyssinian state of Axum. In fact, Ge’ez is a late Yemenite writing and the striking similarities helped scholars rapidly complete the decipherment of the Ancient Yemenite writing. This is not strange at all because the Abyssinians are just a Yemenite tribe that crossed the Red Sea and settled in the African coast in the second half of the 1st millennium BCE. The name Habashat has been attested in Ancient Yemenite epigraphic evidence as well.




Speaking about the entire area of the Ottoman Caliphate (the term ‘Middle East’ being false and racist), one would however be wrong to conclude, in spite of the aforementioned, that the region has lacked homogeneity either historically or presently.


Homogeneity does not exclude diversification. And diversification does not mean heterogeneity.


In fact, before 500 years, there was an excellent, remarkable homogeneity among all peoples and nations inhabiting the vast area between Morocco and Indonesia, prior to the arrival of the Western European colonial powers. To move from the Atlantic coast to Buddhist Myanmar in 1530, one needed to cross only three borders, namely those between: a) the Berber Moroccan kingdom and the Ottoman Empire, b) the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Iran, and c) Safavid Iran and Mughal India.


And despite all possible local wars among Muslim governments or conflicts between Muslims and followers of other religions in the wider region of the Islamic world, there was never hatred and evilness as much as after the arrival of the alien intruders, who came from Western Europe after they had already rejected Christianity and replaced it with Freemasonic Satanism in the backstage of politics back in their countries. It is only the presence of the French, the English, the Dutch, the Spaniards, the Portuguese, the Belgians, and the Americans that opened Pandora’s Box in Asia, Africa and America, turning high civilizations to utmost misery, excruciating poverty, abject materialism, fratricidal wreckage, and compact barbarism. They found a world that looked almost like a Paradise, and they turned it to the worst version of Hell.


There is no Kurdish Nation – it is a Freemasonic Colonial, Orientalist Hoax!



By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

Kurds do not exist. They are an entire Orientalist fabrication – pretty much like Arabs do not exist.

By forging false, fake entities, Freemasons trigger what looks like a fratricidal war, which in reality is not fratricidal properly speaking, but it consists in the true, normal reaction of two or more distinct elements that have been arbitrarily portrayed as one and drawn together. Even worse for the trickery of the Orientalist Freemasonic ateliers, these distinct elements – ingredients of explosive fake states were presented under alien ideological terms and unacceptable philosophical conditions (those declared at the times of the so-called Enlightenment) that could never make of these elements one entity.

  1. Islamic Caliphate & Eastern Roman Empire: multi-cultural mechanisms able to secure the cohabitation of many different nations with diverse cultures

    Islam could easily, effectively and successfully make of different nations (or of two peoples in one specific place) one coherent entity. This was possible even, if there were Christians among these two peoples (or within one people). In this manner, the historical rule of Islam preserved the identity of, and the peace among, many different peoples throughout centuries. One has to note here that Identity is far higher a value than Peace for all nations of the world, because peace with disfigured identity is tantamount to excruciation.

Christianity could do exactly the same thing and the Eastern Roman Empire did so for many long centuries as well – either before or after the emergence of Islam. In the Oriental Empires, freedom of faith, cultural heritage, and national identity were highly revered values – in great contrast with the modern Western World and in total opposition to the Freemasonic Orientalist lies about either the Caliphate or the Eastern Roman Empire.

It was not bad actually to live as a Christian in Omayyad Damascus or Abbasid Baghdad – there were many churches, and Christians were protected and quite often invited to assume responsibilities in high magistrates.

Neither was it bad to live as Muslim in Eastern Roman Constantinople where there was a mosque as early as 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died (around the middle of the 10th c.).

  1. Western Freemasonic Evil unleashed in the Orient

All the evil was unleashed in the Orient, when colonial armies and navies, Orientalist explorers and academia, and heinous Freemasonic swindlers impersonating the Western countries’ diplomats attempted through viciously unethical and overtly anti-Christian methods to expand their influence across the Ottoman Empire, Safavid Iran, and Mughal India in the 18th and the 19th centuries.

To prepare, implement and secure their long-planned, ominous colonial predominance, the Western academia fabricated fake entities that can only generate internal wars because exactly they are not proper entities. Then, they projected these fake entities onto their targets, i.e. the colonized nations. The evil deeds of the Western academia were superbly marketed by Western diplomats, agents, intellectuals, reporters and travelers worldwide as ‘Orientalist academic disciplines’; analytical guidelines were then conveyed to the respective agents and diplomats of the colonial countries for proper execution of the plan, implementation of the fake entities, and diffusion of the distortive sciences among the indigenous nations.

The first Orientalist hoax was that of the Arabic Nation.

  1. There are no Arabs.

    As a matter of fact, there are no Arabs.

The Arabic-speaking part of the populations of Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Western Egypt are indeed Berbers, who gradually forgot Berber languages and spoke Arabic exclusively, because they accepted Islam, and consequently made of their religious language their sole language. This was a long process and the Arabization phenomenon was only of linguistic nature – not ethnic, not cultural.
Similarly, Egyptians are not Arabs, but Hamitic Egyptians or ‘Copts’, if you want, who in different eras accepted Islam and gradually abandoned Coptic language. Egypt south of Assiut was still Christian for almost 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died. Today, there is no ethnic difference between Christian and Muslim Egyptians; literarily speaking, the country is inhabited by Christian Copts and Muslim Copts.

In the same way, the ethnic origin of today’s Sudanese is Kushitic (Kushites being a branch of the Hamitic nations) or Nilo-Saharan; Sudan’s Kushites are Arabic-speaking natives, because after accepting Islam, they gradually abandoned Christian Sudan’s Makurian and Alodian Kushitic languages, which were later forms of Meroitic. i.e. the pre-Christian Sudan’s language which was written in hieroglyphic and linear characters. Linguistic Arabization is indeed a very recent phenomenon for Sudan’s Kushites, because the Christian state of Makuria lasted until the 14th c. and the Christian state of Alodia collapsed only in the late 16th c. On the other hand, the Nubians in the North and other Nilo-Saharan peoples in other parts of Sudan preserved however their languages down to our times, as Arabic is merely a religious language to them.
More importantly, the Arabic-speaking part of the populations of SE Turkey, Syria, Iraq, SW Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates and the Saudi extreme North are not Arabs but Aramaeans (a Semitic nation) who gradually forgot their own Syriac Aramaic language (a major language of Patristic Literature and an international language across the land routes of trade between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, and China) and spoke Arabic because they accepted Islam. Their linguistic Arabization was a gradual phenomenon characterized by the affinity of the two languages (Syriac Aramaic and Arabic) and the similarity of the two writing systems, as Arabic originates from Syriac Aramaic.
Last but not the least, the Yemenites and the Omanis are not Arabs, but indigenous Yemenites and Omanis who, after accepting Islam, gradually abandoned their pre-Islamic languages, namely Sabaean, Hinyarite and Hadhramawti, etc. and spoke Arabic. Two modern Yemenite indigenous languages, notably Mahri and Socotri, are descendants of the Ancient Yemenite languages that were of course categorized as Semitic. Mahri is spoken in Hadhramawt (Mahra) and in North Somalia, whereas Socotri is the only native language in the island of Socotra.

The pre-Islamic Yemenite languages are documented with a great number of epigraphic texts dating to back to more than 1300 years before the arrival of Islam; they were written in the indigenous writing that had nothing to do with the pre-Islamic Arabic writing which appears only 300 years before Islam and is provenly a deformation of Syriac Aramaic.

  1. There are no Kurds.

Similarly, there are no Kurds. The notion or concept of a ‘Kurdish nation’ is just an Orientalist hoax, the latest of the sort. In the same manner, the implantation, the imposition and the diffusion of the fake notion, concept, name, identity (and the ensuing behavioral and ideological systems) of an ‘Arab nation’ plunged the wider region into ceaseless strives and wars over the past century, the implantation of the Kurdish hoax is geared only to open the Gates of the Hell across the Anti-Taurus and Zagros Mountains and from the Caucasus to Mesopotamia.

  1. Two distinct nations in Turkey fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Zaza vs. Kurmanji
In Turkey, what people in the West call ‘Kurds’ are mainly two distinct nations, notably the Zaza and the Kurmanji. The two nations communicate via two different languages, namely Zazaki and Kurmanji that are as distinct from one another as German is from Armenian. These two nations hate deeply one another, far more than any of them is loathing the ruling Turkish speaking nation of Turkey.

The Zaza, as they are less populous than the Kurmanji, vehemently reject the Western, Freemasonic, Orientalist myth of a ‘Kurdish’ nation, and consider their forced consideration as ‘Kurds’ as an evil political tool to ensure Kurmanji supremacist plots and an otherwise idiotic and primitive, mountainous imperialism.

Both nations undertook short-lived and badly failed rebellions, after Kemal Ataturk put an end to the Ottoman Caliphate and launched the Turkish Republic in 1923; however, those rebellions were purely Islamic, Caliphatic of character and their leaders did not express a ‘Kurdish’ but a Muslim identity.

Among those who are fallaciously categorized as Kurds, few other marginal minority groups live in Turkey – notably the Yazidis.

Similar situations prevail in what is falsely called ‘Kurdistan’ in Iraq and in Iran. True, in Syria, there are only Kurmanji; if they want to achieve self-determination, it is certainly their right, but their state should be named Kurmanji Republic. By no means can such a state encompass territories inhabited by the Zaza. One should also take into consideration that in Turkey, Zaza and Kurmanji live basically in different areas in the southeastern part of the country and that they do not tolerate intermarriages, whereas members of either of these two nations often enter into intermarriage with Turks!!!

  1. Different nations in Iraq that are fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Bahdinani

In Iraq, among the first to be erroneously categorized as ‘Kurds’ are the Bahadinani, who are also known as Bahdinani or Bahdini, as they are named after the part of Turkey-Iraq border region that is called Bahdinan where a local principality existed for 450 years (late 14th c. to mid 19th c.) as a tiny buffer zone between the Ottoman Caliphate and Safavid Iran (between the cities of Hakkari aand Amadiyah).

Bahdinani may look close to Kurmanji, but it is not identical. English Wikipedia (that is the richest version of the multilingual portal) does NOT offer an article on the subject, because this version (or rather section) represents the focus of Freemasonic interference, falsification and systematic misinformation. Yet, Swedish Wikipedia seems to be more sensitive and informative on this matter, probably because there may be in Sweden more Bahdinani than Kurmanji, and they never accept to identify themselves otherwise (http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badinani).

The Swedish text reads:

Badinani (även bahdini) där en nordkurdisk dialekt som har inslag av arabiska ord och uttryck. Dialekten talas främst i det tidigare emiratet av Badinan som under 13-1800-talet låg i södra Kurdistan i Irak. Näraliggande dialekter är Kurmancî (som använder latinska alfabetet) och sorani (som använder ett modifierat arabiskt alfabet), men det finns många regionala varianter som ibland är oförståeliga sinsemellan. Badinani använder det modifierade arabiska alfabetet.

A rough English translation of the above text reads:

Badinani (also Bahdini) is a Northern Kurdish dialect that has elements of Arabic words and expressions. The dialect is spoken mainly in the former emirate of Badinan during 1300’s-1800’s low in southern Kurdistan, in Iraq. Adjacent dialects are Kurmancî (using the Latin alphabet) and Sorani (using a modified Arabic alphabets), but there are many regional variations that are sometimes unintelligible between themselves. Badinani uses the modified Arabic alphabet.

The text is clear; beyond the major issue of national identification (or ethnic group identity), there are differences between Bahdinani and Kurmanji at the level of language. However, an even more important difference between the two distinct groups is the fact that Bahdinani is written in Farsi characters (this is what is called ‘modified Arabic alphabet’) whereas Kurmanji is written in Latin characters – something that the Bahdinani traditionalists rightly find abhorrent. This is also revealed in an interesting blog specializing in courses of Bahdinani language (http://learn-bahdini-kurdish.blogspot.com).

Assuming that Bahdinanis will accept Kurmanji supremacist attitudes is an outrage. It is tantamount to forcing the Belgians Flemish to be called Dutch, or East Anglia’s English to be called Saxons. None of them would accept.

– The Yazidis

Yazidis are Kurmanji-speaking natives, who mainly live in Iraq and in Armenia (and very few of them in Turkey), but they don’t either consider themselves as Kurmanji or accept to be given the false label ‘Kurdish’.

More importantly, the Yazidis make of their religious difference (they are not Muslims but ‘Yazidis’) the major characteristic of their nation. Yazidis (also known as Yazdanis) have three holy books that all are other than the Quran. Their religion emerged under strong Gnostic impact, but Ali ibn Abi Talib, Islam’s First Imam and Fourth Caliph, is highly venerated among Yazidis. For these reasons, they reject the Kurmandji supremacist attitude in Turkey while they also dissociate themselves from Bahdinanis in Iraq.

It is quite telling that, in Armenia where the Yazidis constitute the main minority of that country, they strictly and obstinately demanded that the local government does NOT name them ‘Kurds’ in any way and under any circumstances whatsoever.

As the Yazidis constitute the majority of the inhabitants in the Dohuk region of North Iraq, I demanded – back in 2008/9 – the creation of the Yazidi Republic with Dohuk as capital, involving also population relocation for the process to be completed. If this occurred in order at the time, they would now make a small state of ca. 1 million people, and they would face no discrimination at the hands of any other government or organized crime like the ‘Kurdish’ peshmerga and the bogus-Islamists of ISIS.

Average people in Western Europe and North America must stop accepting blindly the vicious policies of their governments and wonder the following:

–          Why does tiny Slovenia with a population of 1.5 million people have the right to self-independence and the Yazidis with a population of 1 million people do not have this right?

The answer to this question reveals the dire reality, namely that there are evil plans for the entire area between the Mediterranean and India – and these plans existed for long, having been prepared by the-powers-that-be.

– Sorani

Except the aforementioned, North Iraq is home to the Sorani nation, which is the second ethno-linguistic group, after the Kurmanji, that currently pretends to be ‘Kurdish’. Like the Kurmanji, they never harbored similar ideas in the past, and their political – ideological shift occurred only after two Sorani tribal thugs willingly became dependent on the Western colonial countries in order to obtain weapons.

Gradually, the two notorious thugs, who initially were quite inimical to one another, were bribed enough to forget their tribal rivalry and come under systematic French-UK-US (F-UK-US) guidance or to put it correctly tutelage. At a more recent stage, following Iraq’s occupation by the US, the two corrupt thugs, i.e. Talabani and Barzani, showed a definite predilection for the Mossad only to be subsequently propelled to national Iraqi leadership and spread for Israel’s sole interests a systematic bloodshed against many North Iraqi nations that do not accept to be called ‘Kurds’ – which went deliberately unreported by the world’s biased mainstream media. 

The two ominous persons would be easily disregarded as comical, if they were not dark enough in their secret plans and dangerous enough in their ignorance, servility and corruption. They are the main responsible for today’s chaos in Iraq and for the persecution of other nations either directly in their hands or indirectly in the hands of others.

To put it correctly, Talabani and Barzani are not Kurds at all. They are Sorani nationals, and if they had the honest intention to respect the rights of the other adjacent nations and setup their own Soran national land as an independent country, they would draw respect too.

The major problem in their shameless case is that the Western policy of flattering impotent trash, of making false promises to thugs-turned-national leaders, and of inflating ambitions in the sick minds and evil hearts of viciously materialistic persons brought some results, and the two criminals gradually developed a dangerous Sorani supremacist attitude and ‘Kurdish’ imperialistic viewpoints that do not bode well for the region’s safety, peace and future.


Sorani do not understand either Bahdinani or Kurmanji, but the corrupt and the idiots, who have been bought in the false vision of ‘Kurdish’ nationalism, pretend that it is easy for the native speakers of either language to understand the other. This pretension is false and deeply inaccurate. Spaniards and Portuguese understand one another to some extent, but speaking the truth, they admit that they constitute two different nations.

Certainly the differences between Sorani and Kurmanji are not as big as those between Russian and Chinese, but this is meaningless. We are living at the times when the Catalans and the Galicians demand their self-determination and national independence. Going opposite to this trend guarantees only a bloody future in the wider region between the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the Persian Gulf.

In addition, the differences between Kurmanji and Sorani, which are similar to those between Italian and Castilian Spanish, are definitely exacerbated by the use of different writing systems (Latin for Kurmanji and Farsi for Sorani).

And what would be the point of hypothetically considering today’s Italians and Spaniards as one nation and of arbitrarily merging them into a fictional ‘Latin Republic’?

There is however another dimension to the issue of Sorani nation. Speaking of languages with minimal written literature involves first, lack of grammatical and syntactical standards and second, the survival of several dialects. This is far more relevant to the case of Sorani rather than of Kurmanji. But it will only produce further troubles, if the existing evil plans are materialized.

Sorani is highly variant and the Sorani dialects comprise of the following dialects: Hawleri (in Erbil), Babani, Garmiani, and Jafi in Iraq, and Ardelani and Mukri (or Mukriani) in Iran. These dialects will be the first to be threatened with extinction in an independent ‘Kurdistan’. They will be erased to the benefit of a standardized Sorani, which is a modern linguistic construction to which the vicious enemies of all of these nations, far in the West  and in the darkness of their Freemasonic Orientalist ateliers, attempt nowadays to attach the ‘idea’ of writing Sorani in Latin characters! This now looks like a faraway detail, but within an independent ‘Kurdistan’ it will become decisively explosive.

– Fayli

In addition to the aforementioned, other nations living in Iraq have been fallaciously categorized as ‘Kurds’ as well. The Fayli nation is at times believed to be a subdivision of Luris (which means another nation, as different from the other so-called ‘Kurdish’ groups as Catalans are from Italians).

For very deep historical reasons that go far beyond the limits of the present summarizing article, the Faylis have become an entire chapter of Freemasonic Orientalist speculation and Western diplomatic planning. Here, suffice it to say that the secrecy of Western contacts with the Fayli nation is an age-old mystery and goes back to the Crusades.

What follows in only a brief, perspicacious glance at some recent, still disparate data and random points, which are false enough to make a shrewd observer realize that significant strengths are pulled in the central border region between Iraq and Iran, and in the highly targeted Zagros Mountains region.

The effort to depict the Faylis as a stateless people can be easily identified as a hint for a possible future fake state of Parthia (of which nothing has been publicly said let alone demanded until now)! To promote this concept, which will emulate further colonial divisions and strives, the Orientalist forgers diffuse the paramount falsehood that the ethnic name of the Faylis can be derived from that of the Arsacid dynasty of Pahlavi, which is absolutely false and the related argumentation appears to be nonsensical. As per the vicious forgers, who have recently produced supportive literature, the Faylis are the modern descendents of the Parthians – which is an even more far-fetched innuendo.  

Even more incredible is the number of 6 million of people ( ! ) that the English Wikipedia, the obedient and subservient, global promoter of all Freemasonic lies, dares to ascribes to the Failis in the homonymous entry. This simply means that the secret plans for Iran’s cantonization in the post-nuclear attack period have already advanced up to the level of extreme details, borderline demarcation, and population subdivision parameterization.

The aforementioned number for the Fayli is absolutely ludicrous, as they don’t exceed 400000 upon the most favorable calculations. If there were 6 millions of Faylis in the world, Iraq’s population should be 100 million people, and thus Iran would have 300 million inhabitants. The exorbitant nature of the figure only epitomizes the vicious preparations of what is going to take place after Israel’s long-anticipated nuclear attack against Iran. Cruel dictators-in-the-making are evidently awaiting in the wings only to spread further chaos and death in the Zagros Mountains and from Mesopotamia to Central Asia.

More specifically, Faylis are expected to have been programmed for a definitely calamitous role, when the silly puppets Talabani and Barzani will be swept away by the forthcoming national-religious ‘Kurdish’ radicalization, which will not appear before the proclamation of the fake ‘Kurdish’ state and the arrival of its supposed ‘representative’ in the UN. The hellish nightmare will only come thereafter.

– Gorani

There may be few Goranis in Iraq, but the bulk of this nation lives in Iran. Many linguists attempt to associate them with Turkey’s Zaza in an effort to bring both distinct nations within the ominous boiling cauldron of ‘Kurdistan’, but this is mistakenly obnoxious and fully irrelevant. Gorani as language is very different from Kurmanji and Sorani, and despite some morphological affinities with Zaza, it cannot be associated with it.

If there is an independent ‘Kurdistan’, even at the limited level of today’s Iraqi borderlines, the Goranis will be automatically exposed to severe persecution, grave assimilation, brazen expulsion, and systematic extinction.

– Hawrami, Kakai (Yarsani), Sarli, and Shabak

Iraq is also inhabited – in smaller numbers – by the Hawrami people whose majority lives in Iran. The Hawrami nation is distinct from the Gorani, despite all Western academic efforts of association.

Contrarily, Kakai is a Gorani ethno-religious group that is quite different from the mainstream Gorani Muslims. Kakais follow another religion, Ahl-e Haq, and are rather named Yarsanis in Iran (see below).

The Sarli people are a severely persecuted and often deported small nation whose language has affinities with Gorani. 

Finally, beyond the above, there is also another ethnic-religious group, a Mesopotamian nation that risks facing the same persecution as the Yazidis at the hands of the ISIS fake Muslim gangsters: these are the Shabak who live in Sinjar and around, i.e. west of Dohuk and close to the border point with Turkey and Syria. The Shabak are neither Yazidis nor Muslims. Their religion has some affinities with either, but their language is one Turkic dialect – different from Turkey’s Turkish, Azeri or Turkmen. It is – for those familiar with Ottoman History – a dialect of Qizilbash (today there are only few Qizilbash left in Turkey). Calling the Shabak ‘Kurds’ is tantamount to vicious ignorance and as erroneous as identifying the Chinese as Zulu.

  1. Different nations in Iran that are fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Ahl e Haq (Yarsani)

Now, in Iran, except the Sorani and Gorani nations, there are Hawrami, Sandjabi, Kalhori, Malekshahi, Garusi, Laki and other minor nations that are fallaciously categorized as ‘Kurds’. In addition, the outright majority of the Ahl-e Haq (also known as Yarsani in Iran), an ethnic-religious group (like the Yazidis) of basically Gorani speaking people, lives there.

More importantly, Ahl-e Haq do not identify themselves as Gorani – pretty much like the Yazidis, who do not identify themselves as Bahdinani or Kurmanji. Ahl-e Haq total approximately 1 million people, and if they fall into the hands of some criminal groups promoted by the West – like today’s ISIS – they will face the same fate as the Yazidis of Iraq.

  1. Conclusions

From the above, it becomes crystal clear that by calling all these different nations and ethnic-religious groups as ‘Kurds’, the Western academia, the diplomats, the agents, the governments and the mass media of the Western countries commit deliberately a criminal act, which merely heralds a massive, programmed extinction of the aforementioned nations in series of unequivocal fratricidal conflicts that will be automatically unleashed, when precariously formed alliances within the forthcoming fake state of ‘Kurdistan’ will turn one upon the other in search of absolute power, financial treasure, and regional predominance.

As a matter of fact, putting the Zaza, the Kurmanji, the Sorani and the Gorani together within the same state, and calling them with one generic appellation, is tantamount to launching today a fictional ‘Prussian Republic’ with Germans, Poles, Lithuanians, Latvians, Belarus and Russians re-baptized as Prussians! It would explode immediately.

The criminal effort to set up today a fake state called ‘Kurdistan’ out of the aforementioned many different nations would have a parallel if, in 1800, French, English and American diplomats, agents, military, statesmen, and journalists diffused the idea of a ‘Balkan nation’ necessary to co-exist on the European territory of the Ottoman Empire, insisting that there are no differences between Romanians, Bulgarians, Serbs, Macedonians, Muslims of Bosnia, Catholics of Croatia, Slovenes, Vlachians, Albanians, Turks, Pomaks, Roma and Greeks, and that all these nations constitute only one people and must therefore share one country!

Who would not have expected in that case one nation to fight upon the other within that hypothetical ‘Balkan’ state where they would have been arbitrarily and against their own will thrown altogether?

Yet, so many differences exist today among those Balkan nations as among all those who are being disastrously labeled as ‘Kurds’.

  1. It won’t be ‘Kurdistan’, but …. Suicidistan!

The generic name ‘Kurds’ in the modern Western languages originates from the Turkish name Kürt and the Kurmanji name Kurd to which the Latin term Cyrtii and the Medieval Greek term Kurtoi seem to be associated. However, the ancient appellations do not offer any definite identification; we cannot know whether these ancient terms before 2000 years denoted the ancestors of the Zaza, the forefathers of the Kurmanji, the precursors of the Sorani or the past generations of the Gorani who are all unrelated to one another. The same concerns the respective Arabic and the Farsi terms (Akrad and Gord).

In Classical Arabic, the name Akrad (which is therefore wrongly translated as ‘Kurds’ in Modern English) was not an ethnic or national name, but a collective appellation applied to many different nations that inhabited the Anti-Taurus Mountains and the Zagros Mountains, an area also known in Classical Arabic as Jebal (mountains). Similarly, Atrak did not mean ‘Turks’ in Classical Arabic; it meant all the Turkic-speaking nations known, e.g. Seljuq, Ottoman Tukrs, Turkmen, Azeris, Qizilbash, Uzbek, Kazakhs, Uighurs and others. 

And when we have generic names in historical texts written in other languages (like the Arabic term ‘Akrad’) we cannot know to whom they refer; the Soranis? the Goranis? the Kurmanji? For these cases, the reality of an impossible identification forces us to fully reject the historicity of the term involved, as we don’t know to whom it applies. 
With the diffusion of the colonial influence, the use of these two words (Akrad and Atrak) in Modern Arabic changed and started reflecting the criminal, colonial viewpoint, thus meaning basically the non-existing ‘Kurds’ (Akrad) and Turkey’s Turks only (Atrak).

In spite of the identification impossibility, the generic name was systematically diffused and extended among all the other local, regional and international languages and nations in order to effectively confuse all and – in the process – to overwhelmingly promote the evil plans of the Freemasonic Orientalist colonials.

What is even more suspicious about today’s so-called ‘Kurds’, who are merely diverse fanatics and lunatic nationalists of unrelated background (Kumrnaji and Sorani basically), is that we know with great surety that their forefathers never imagined and never envisioned to separate from the Ottoman Caliphate or Safavid Iran, and – more generally – from the state to which they belonged.

Finally, if there is an independent ‘Kurdistan’, it will soon be turn out to be a … Suicidistan. This means that the curse of God has fallen on all those materialistic, bribed and besotted people of the regional political microcosm and that they will all soon vanish as per the Judgment of God. Constantly across History, God used an evil to punish a good person or nation that went astray.