Frederick William Dame

Spiritualität & Esoterik


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ISBN-13: 9783848296934

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 11.04.2013

Sprache: Englisch

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Some so-called authorities claim that Muslims came to America hundreds of years before Columbus arrived in the New World. Are the claims true? Columbus' expedition represents the first major discovery of the Americas and the first appearance of non-Native Americans. The conventional wisdom is that Columbus ended tens of thousands of years of near-total isolation for the Native Americans. Since the Americas had been initially populated (probably between 13,000 BC and 11,000 BC) there had been no engagement with peoples from any other continent, save small ventures by the Norse into Northeastem Canada.
Did Muslims come to the Americas, possibly as early as the 700s? These researchers argue that Muslims came from Islamic Spain, particularly the port of Delba (Pelos) during the rule of Caliph Abdullah Ibn Mohammed (888-912). A Muslim historian, Abul-Hassan Al-Masudi (c. 895-957), added a map of the world to his book, one that contained "a large area in the ocean of darkness and fog" (the Atlantic ocean) which he referred to as the unknown territory (the Americas).

This book demonstrates that this assertion is important for Muslims because in conjunction with the relevant verses from the Koran and quotes from Mohammed it establishes the claim of Muslims that Allah intended America to be Islamic. The book also investigates the lives of selected Muslims in America and organizations from the eighteenth century into the twenty-first century. It reveals that there was nothing more than a continuation of typical Islamic deception and subversive jihad. It also documents the lie of the Islamic claim that hundreds of place names in the United States of America and Canada derive from Arabic-Islamic roots. Finally, the book exposes the rewriting of American history by Islamic and pro-Islamic media.

This book is alarming, informative, interesting, and true.
Frederick William Dame

Frederick William Dame

Frederick William Dame has an international education having studied in the United States of America and Germany. He has eight degrees: undergraduate (two bachelors – History and English); graduate (three master degrees – international relations/political theory, adult education, English cultural studies); and post-graduate (Dr rerum politicarum, Dr. Phil. in Comparativism/Philology, and D. Litt. in world literature. He has taught undergraduate and graduate levels at the University of New Hampshire, for the United States Army, the European Division of the University of Maryland, the Fachhochschule Trier, the Technische Akademie Kaiserslautern, and the Universität Kaiserslautern. Additionally, Mr. Dame has been a regular speaker for the United States Department of Defense Public Schools, Europe, The University of Maryland, Europe the Universität des Saarlandes, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, and the Goethe lnstitut. He has written on topics ranging from architecture and engineering to poetry, politics, cultural history, and music.

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