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About 23% of the global population term themselves followers of Islam, making it the second most popular religion after Christianity.

"Whoever kills an innocent... it is as though he has killed all mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all mankind."

Qur’an, 5:32[1]


History of Islam - Karya Atakan

Islam is the second-largest religion in the world after Christianity, with about 1.8 billion Muslims worldwide. As one of the three Abrahamic religions—the others being Judaism and Christianity—it too is a monotheistic faith that worships one god, called Allah. The word Islam means “submission” or “surrender,” as its faithful surrender to the will of Allah. Although its roots go back further in time, scholars typically date the creation of Islam to the 7th century, making it the youngest of the major world religions. Islam started in Mecca, in modern-day Saudi Arabia, during the time of the prophet Muhammad. Today, the faith is spreading rapidly throughout the world. Widely practiced in the Middle East and North Africa, it is also has many adherents in South Asia—Indonesia, in fact, has the largest number of followers of the Islamic faith.[2]

As of 2020, 1.8 billion or more than 25% of the world population are Muslims. By the percentage of the total population in a region considering themselves Muslim, 91% in the Middle East-North Africa (MENA), 89% in Central Asia, 40% in Southeast Asia, 31% in South Asia, 30% in Sub-Saharan Africa, 25% in Asia, 1.4% in Oceania, 6% in Europe, and 1% in the Americas.[3]


The biggest split amongst Moslems is Shia/Sunni.

“The British had been deliberately exploiting and exacerbating the Shia/Sunni divide as early as 1836 to the Imperial purpose.”
Craig Murray (20 December 2018)  [4]

Corporate Media

Since around 2001, the commercially-controlled media has been consistently linking Islam with "terrorism" and "extremism". Having researched big media's sources of information for "terrorism" stories, David Miller suggests that arms of the UK government such as MI5 are deliberately encouraging hatred of Muslims.[5] Russian media quickly followed Vladimir Putin's official narrative about the Russian apartment bombings, where Muslims were blamed, even though non-Russian journalists, politicians and police officers died in suspicious circumstances after questioning and trying to disprove that claim.[6]


Full article: Islamic Terrorism
Full article: “Islamophobia”

Since immigration in Europe and to the US caused a lot more Muslims to live in Europe, a lot of young Muslim people are said to have fallen to radicalism causing them to join Islamic "terror" groups. Until the 2000s, this wasn't even formally a term in western communities, as most Muslims only killed each-other in regional conflicts.[7]

Since the events of 9-11 2001 were officially blamed on "19 Muslim men", a campaign has been underway to cultivate the enemy image of the fanatical Muslim "terrorist". Public perceptions of the Muslim faith have been shaped by the multiplicity of false flag attacks attributed to "Islamic terrorists". Operation Gladio/B, a development of the original Operation Gladio, replaced communism with Islam as its choice of enemy image. The Al Qaeda brand is was originally dominant, but was later replaced by ISIL. Local branding is used in Africa (Boko Haram).

In 1947 and 1948 officials from MI6, the armed services, the UK Colonial Office and the UK Foreign Office undertook Operation Embarrass, a series of false flag attacks intended to try to stem Jewish immigration. These wre blamed a fictional group, the 'The Defenders of Arab Palestine'. The operation was exposed in 2010.[8]

Radical Islam

How Did Radical Islam Get Spread Throughout the World?

Western media , often point to oil-rich countries in the middle east often point to forms of Islam promoting violence against non-Muslims, often not mentioning most - if not all - of these countries rely on the US in parapolitics, placing questions, who is promoting who.[9][10][11] The dependence on Islam oil countries, is slowing down somewhat, because of American fracking on their own soil.[12]


In 2018 the BBC accused China of "locking up hundreds of thousands of Muslims without trial in its western region of Xinjiang", and stated that "Uighur government officials are prohibited from practising Islam, from attending mosques or from fasting during Ramadan." The Chinese government reportedly countered that people willingly attended special “vocational schools” (complete with guard towers), as part of its program to which combat "terrorism" and religious "extremism".[13]


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Adherents on Wikispooks

Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz1963Spooky Saudi deputy minister and fourth son of King Abdullah who attended Le Cercle in 2012, during the attempt at regime change in Syria
Babar AhmadMay 1974US pressure had Babar Ahmad arrested and held for 10 years in UK, although he had broken no UK law. He was beaten up by UK police in 2003. A petition signed by 149,388 people did not prevent his extradition to US - with no evidence of wrong doing provided - a country where it is likely he has been tortured.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad28 October 1956An Iranian President who publicly called for an investigation into the events of 9/11 in the UN.
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed1978UK academic with extensive knowledge of deep politics and the use of false flag terror, featured frequently on Unwelcome Guests.
Mohamed Farah Aideed15 December 19342 August 1996President of Somalia assassinated in office
Aziz Akhannouch1961New Moroccan Prime Minister
Marwan Al-Shehhi9 May 197811 September 2001
Rania Al-Yassin31 August 1970Queen of Jordan. She represents the royal family in many international organizations.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown10 December 1949British establishment Muslim journalist.
Anne Aly29 March 1967Australian MP and terror expert
Idi Amin
Sayeed Zabiuddin Ansari30 November 1980Terrorist accused of being involved in the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Bashar al Assad11 September 1965President of Syria
Mohamed Atta1 September 196811 September 2001One of the 19 hijackers blamed for 9-11.
Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz192522 October 2011
Alia Muhammad Baker195213 August 2021Iraqi librarian who saved thousands of books during the war.
Kevin Barrett1959An academic and 9-11/Dissident.
Benazir Bhutto21 June 195327 December 2007Prime Minister of Pakistan. YGL. Assassinated in 2007.
Alpha Condé4 March 1938President of Guinea, who was overthrown in September 2021.
Süleyman Demirel1 November 192417 June 2015Turkish PM
Yusuf DesaiInstitute for Statecraft program director who researched "online radicalisation of Muslim youths globally in order to both counter and build resistance of young people through education platforms that help and teach how to discern untruth and analyse conspiracy theories from truth and reality."
Mamadi Doumbouya4 March 1980New President of Guinea who took over from Alpha Condé after a coup d'état.
Idriss Déby4 March 193820 April 2021President of Chad, who was killed in April 2021.
Haifa bint Faisal1950Wife of Bandar bin Sultan
Dodi Fayed15 April 195531 August 1997
Majid Al Futtaim1960Emirati billionaire. One of the many World Economic Forum/Strategic Partners.
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi25 June 1972Son of late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi
Roger Garaudy17 July 191313 June 2012
Hamid Gul20 November 193615 August 2015
Fethullah Gülen27 April 1941Funds and leads a large network of Islamic schools doubling as CIA proxies
Ed Husain25 December 1974
Mamnoon Hussain23 December 1940
Hamid Karzai24 December 1957President of Afghanistan 2004-2014
Zalmay Khalilzad22 March 1951US deep state actor who has been central in shaping the US policy towards Afghanistan
Afzal Khan5 April 1958
Jemima Khan30 January 1974
Sadiq Khan8 October 1970
Sara Khan
Moussa Koussa23 March 1949Libya's former intelligence chief who abandoned his country before the Western attack in 2011.
Osama bin Laden10 March 1957December 2001A CIA operative, heavily involved in CIA covert operations such as Operation Cyclone and Gladio plan B.
Omar Mateen16 November 198612 June 2016
Dawa Khan Menapal6 August 2021Afghanistan's top media official, who was assassinated in August 2021.
Mohammad Mossadegh16 June 18825 March 1967
Pervez Musharraf11 August 1943Attended at least 3 WEF AGMs as President of Pakistan
Abu Omar18 March 1963An Egyptian cleric who was kindnapped in Milan by the CIA in 2003 and sent to Egypt where he was subject to torture.
Ebrahim Patel1962Trade union anti-apartheid activist. Selected a Global Leaders for Tomorrow by the WEF in 1994. As Minister for Trade, Industry and Competition he was one of the main administrators of the waves of lockdowns that shut down most activities in the country from March 23, 2020 onward.<a href="#cite_note-1">[1]</a>
Abd al-Karim QasimNovember 1914February 1963n Iraqi Army brigadier and nationalist who came to power in 1958 coup. Deposed in 1963 coup, possibly orchestrated by the CIA.
Yvonne Ridley23 April 1958
Qavam Saltaneh2 January 187323 July 1955
Stephen Schwartz9 September 1948An American journalist, author and associate of Daniel Pipes
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Related Quotations

Joe Biden“Our allies in the region were our largest problem in Syria. The Turks were great friends, and I have a great relationship with Erdogan, [who] I just spent a lot of time with, [and] the Saudis, the Emirates, etcetera.
   What were they doing? They were so determined to take down Assad, and essentially have a proxy Sunni-Shia war, what did they do? They poured hundreds of millions of dollars and tens of tons of weapons into anyone who would fight against Assad – except that the people who were being supplied, [they] were al-Nusra, and al-Qaeda, and the extremist elements of jihadis who were coming from other parts of the world.
   Now, you think I'm exaggerating? Take a look. Where did all of this go? So now that's happening, all of a sudden, everybody is awakened because this outfit called ISIL, which was al-Qaeda in Iraq, when they were essentially thrown out of Iraq, found open space and territory in [eastern] Syria, [and they] work with al-Nusra, who we declared a terrorist group early on. And we could not convince our colleagues to stop supplying them.
So what happened? Now, all of a sudden – I don't want to be too facetious – but they have seen the lord. Now we have ... been able to put together a coalition of our Sunni neighbors, because America can't once again go into a Muslim nation and be the aggressor. It has to be led by Sunnis. To go and attack a Sunni organization. And so what do we have for the first time? President Erdoğan told me, he is an old friend, said you were right, we let too many people through, now we are trying to seal the border.”
Joe Biden
The Washington Post
George Carlin“Sanctity of life. You believe in it? Personally, I think it’s a bunch of shit. Well, I mean, life is sacred? Who said so? God? Hey, if you read history, you realize that God is one of the leading causes of death. Has been for thousands of years. Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Christians all taking turns killing each other ‘cause God told them it was a good idea. The sword of God, the blood of the land, vengeance is mine. Millions of dead motherfuckers. Millions of dead motherfuckers all because they gave the wrong answer to the God question. “You believe in God?” “No.” Boom. Dead. “You believe in God?” “Yes.” “You believe in my God? “No.” Boom. Dead. “My God has a bigger dick than your God!” Thousands of years. Thousands of years, and all the best wars, too. The bloodiest, most brutal wars fought, all based on religious hatred.”George Carlin


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