Islam and the New World Order
A ton of political capital has been spent on brainwashing the people that were not at war with Islam but with extremists using Islam as a cover for their terrorism. But anyone who has read anything about Islamic history, knows that this is a political whitewashing for political purposes.
Over the course of the last 1400 years since Muhammed’s establishment of the worship of Allah, Islam, whom many fools claim is a religion of peace, has claimed over 250 million lives in it’s wars of jihad, pogroms, and slave trade. That’s 250,000,000, with seven zero’s. In the End of Days, the Book of Daniel proclaims that through peace many shall be destroyed, a fitting description of the so-called religion of peace.
However, contrary to the teaching of many well meaning Bible teachers, Islam is not the prime mover behind the End of Days events. it is a tool being employed by a cabal of men who have plotted and schemed the wars and fates of the nations for many centuries. Powerful people whom control the destinies of nations. But we shall get to them in time, for now a brief look at Islam, whom I call the Chariots of the New World Order. I call them this because they are one of the primary vehicles used by the Illuminists to bring in a new social order popularly known as the New World Order through conquest war, disease and death.
The True Origins of Islam
Most people, including those who studied the religion of Mohammed have been led to believe that Islam came about in 640 CE through the efforts of Mohammed and his disciples. The hard cold facts however reveal that Islam, under an earlier name is actually much much older.
Archaeologists have uncovered temples to the Moon-god throughout the Middle East. From the mountains of Turkey to the banks of the Nile, the most wide-spread religion of the ancient world was the worship of the moon-god. In what is thought of as the first civilization, the Sumerians left us thousands of clay tablets in which they described their religious beliefs. As demonstrated by Sjoberg and Hall, the ancient Sumerians worshipped a moon-god who was called many different names.
The most popular names were Nanna, Suen and Asimbabbar. He was also called Sin al-ilah. His symbol was the crescent moon. The Assyrians, Babylonians, and the Akkadians took the word Suen and transformed it into the word Sin as their favorite name for the moon-god. As Prof. Potts pointed out, “Sin is a name essentially Sumerian in origin which had been borrowed by the Semites.” The consort to the moon-god Sin was the goddess Nikkal. In Syriac, the language of the Assyrians called Armenian, this goddess was called Atargatis. In Arabic, this goddess was called Allat, a well known diety on the Arabian pennunsila.
In the 1950’s a temple of the moon-god was excavated in Ur by Sir Leonard Woolley. He dug up many examples of moon worship in Ur now displayed in the British Museum to this day. Harran was likewise noted for its devotion to the moon-god. Also in the 1950’s another major temple to the moon-god was excavated at Hazer in Palestine. Two idols of the moon god were found. Each was a stature of a man sitting upon a throne with a crescent moon carved on his chest .
The Tanakh constantly rebuked the worship of the moon-god.1 When Israel fell into idolatry, it was often to the cult of the moon-god. As a matter of fact, everywhere in the ancient world, the crescent moon symbol can be found on seal impressions, steles, pottery, amulets, clay tablets, cylinders, weights, earrings, necklaces, and even on wall murals. In Tell-el-Obeid, a copper calf was found with a crescent moon on its forehead.
Islam – the Transformation of a Sumerian Cult
The eighth chapter of Daniel begins at the end of the Babylonian era and the beginning of the Medio-Persian empire and moves the reader into a new and different historical era when the Jews people were about to experience their redemption and restoration with their God, the God of Israel.
What we now know is that within six years of the death of Nebuchadnezzar, one of the governors and a seasoned warriors, Nabonidus (559-536 BCE), assumed the kingship of Babylon in a coup d’etat.
Nabonidus did not really like being king. His real interests in life were as a historian, archeologist and archival restorationist. He loved history and the restoration of the shrines of the god’s he worshipped. He did not believe in the gods of his step-father, Nebuchadnezzar. Rather he disassociated himself with the national god of Babylon, Marduk, to the shock and anger of the powerful Babylonian priesthood. Nabonidus then announced his allegiance to the Sumerian moon-god Sin and the sun-god Shamash. He spent much of his life in the reconstruction of the ancient temple at Harran (Harrânu in Akkadian and Carrhae in Latin) and the temple at Sippar.
On the clay tablet called the Cylinder of Nabonidus discovered in the Temple of Shamash at Sippar, Nabonidus records his restoration and reconstruction of the temple to the moon-god Sin in Harran and also to the sun-god Shamash and goddess Anunitum at Sippar. Fifteen centuries prior, this same temple was built and dedicated to the moon-god Sin at Harran by an ancestor of Daniel – Abraham’s father, Terah, who was the oracular priest in the Sumerian/Babylonian religious hierarchy during the dynasty of Nimrod.
The Book of Jasher, quoted from in the biblical book of Joshua (10:3) said, “Is not this written in the Book of Jasher”, wrote about Terah;
“And the king (Nimrod) and all his servants, and Terah with all his household were then the first that served gods of wood and stone. And Terah had twelve gods of large size, made of wood and stone, after the twelve months of the year, and he served each one monthly, and every month Terah would bring his meat offering and drink offering to his gods; thus did Terah all the days.
And all that generation were wicked in the sight of the Lord, and they thus made every man his god, but they forsook the Lord who had created them. And there was not a man found in those days in the whole earth, who knew the Lord (for they served each man his own God) except Noah and his household, and all those who were under his counsel knew the Lord in those days. And Abram the son of Terah was waxing great in those days in the house of Noah, and no man knew it, and the Lord was with him.”
In the ancient Jewish archives and modern archeology we now understand that the Temple at Harran was as a replica or mirror image to the central Sumerian religious complex at Nannar/Sin in Ur. According to the ancient texts, Terah was a former priest of Ur (Uratu) and as such was a worshipper of the Sumerian moon god Sin.
A story is related in the Book of Jasher (Book of the Upright or The Correct Record) where a man named Kainan discovered a stone stele identified as the writings of the Watchers, the fallen angels spoken of in Jewish literature (Jubilees, Book of Enoch). Kainan hid the writings from the biblical patriarch Noah but passed the mysteries to his son, Kesed and then to his son, Ur, the builder of the city the Chaldeans. It was this information which was infused into the mystery religion of the Chaldeans.
That priesthood was passed down through the daughter of Ur, called On, who was the mother of Nahor, the grandfather of Abram. The oracular mysteries were confined within the dynasty of his family. The power and social acclaim were his birthright. This goes a long way in explaining that Abraham was no mere sheep herder but a man who had high social standing within the Sumerian culture. Abraham’s choice to follow HaShem was seen by Nimrod as a great betrayal and explains why he expended so much resources in trying to hunt him down.
As we learn about the origins of Islam a question needs to be aksed. “Why is Allah never defined in the Qur’an? The reasoning is clear – the Arabs already knew who Allah was. Muhammad was raised in the religion of the moon-god al-ilah or Allah. But he went one step further than his fellow pagan Arabs. While they believed that Allah, the moon-god, was the greatest of all gods and the supreme deity in a pantheon of deities, Muhammad decided that Allah was not only the greatest god but the only god.
Nabonidus,3 the last king of Babylon, built Tayma as a center of moon-god worship. Tayma is a desert oasis in Saudi Arabia. In the center of the oasis is a large 2,500 year old well called Bir Haddaj. It is referred to in Isaiah 21:14 “The inhabitants of the land of Tema brought water to him that was thirsty, they prevented with their bread him that fled.”
Segall stated, “South Arabia’s stellar religion has always been dominated by the Moon-god in various variations.” Many scholars have also noticed that the moon-god’s name Sin is a part of such Arabic words as Sinai, and the wilderness of Sin. When the popularity of the moon-god waned elsewhere, the Arabs remained true to their conviction that the moon-god was the greatest of all gods. While they worshipped 360 gods at the Kabah in Mecca, the moon-god was the chief deity. Mecca was in fact built as a shrine for the moon-god.
The Re-Molding of the Religion of Sin
Some time ago I came across information which suggested that Islam was created by the Papacy. At first I was very sceptical but as a researcher I was intriged enough to do some reading. From that cursory investigation I discovered that there is ample amount of information to merit additional investigation.
During Islam’s initial expansion, Roman Catholic communities and churches did not undergo any persecution, attacks or attempts to convert them to Islam. In fact, in the fifth year of Muhammad’s mission, persecution came against his followers because they refused to worship the various idols in the Kaaba. Under Muhammed’s direction they fled to Abysinnia where Negus, the Roman Catholic king accepted them.
Upon closer examination, there are a number of similarities between Islam and Catholicism:
• The Hijab and Chandor of Muslim women are reminescient of the Catholic habit that Nuns wear.
• Catholic and Muslims both use prayer beads.
• The cresent moon symbol is used by both groups as well.
• During Islam’s early period, Muslims would perform the salat ritual prayer facing Jerusalem, not Mecca.
Literary evidence is also suggestive of Papal involvement in nascent Islam, which at a minimum, suggest that the Papacy was instrumental in aiding the formation of the Muslim faith.
According to Martin Luther, St. Augustine stated that Arianism, a belief deemed heretical by Rome which advocated that Jesus was not of the same essence as the Father (God), was instrumental in the creation of Islam:
“Arius’ punishment in hell becomes greater everyday, as long as this error lasts. For Mohammed came out of this sect.”
St Augustine, a notable Church Father, was once the Bishop of North Africa and became very adept at making Arabs converts to Catholicism, including entire tribes. It was a among these converted tribes that the concept of an Arab prophet developed.
Connections to the Ebionites
There is an interesting saying among some Muslims, “Islam did not rise except through Ali’s sword and Khadija’s wealth.” According to Ibn Hisham’s The Life of Muhammed,4 Muhammed wife, Khadija had a cousin named Waraqah ibn Naufal who was an Ebionite priest.
The Ebionites were a pre-Christian sect who believed in Jesus but rejected the idea that he was God in the flesh and the virgin birth. The word means ‘poor ones’ a term used in the New Testament in reference to the original community of believers in a Galilean teacher named Yehoshua ben Yosef, popularly known as Jesus.
The Ebionites were an off-shoot of the Nazarenes (also called Notzrim, Nasrani ,Nasarra and other variations of the name), a group which originally was the core of Jesus’ followers and led by James his brother after Jesus’ death. The Catholic Church has accused the Ebionites of using an incomplete and falsified Gospel. Early Church councils deemed them as heretics.
The Christian church was in reality a gentile mission of the Nazarenes whose headquarters were in Jerusalem and at Qumran. Christianity did not originate inside of Palestine but in the Diaspora under Paul of Tarsus. But that is another story. Branches of the Nasarene sect ended up in what is today Northern Syria, Iraq and Iran with eventual connections to Shii Islam, as noted by prominent scholars such as Robert Eisenman in his books James the brother of Jesus and The New Testament Code.
This cousin of Khadija was a Nassara, essentially an off-shoot of the earlier Ebionites or Judeo-Christians. Waraqah reportedly was the Ebionite bishop of Mecca and performed the marriage between Muhammad and Khadijah. His influence on Muhammad was instrumental, helping to generate the Qur’an. An important point that needs to be understood is that pre-Islam Arabia was very tolerate of other religions but once Islam rose up it became intolerate of other religions and persecuted them and made war with them.
The point here is that the Ebionites monotheism helped form Islam’s belief in one god, even though the Muslim diety originates from Sumerian paganism and in pre-Islamic Arabia was one of 360 gods that the Arabs worshipped. This foundation did not allow for the god-man Jesus of the Catholic Church. We can see that Islam’s stand that Jesus was only a man was molded out of the Ebionite sect’s theology.
Eyewitness Testimony – Enter the Jesuits
Former Jesuit, Alberto Rivera (who was most likely murdered by the Jesuit Order for releasing the following information) revealed that a secret Jesuit briefing he attended which laid out the history of the Papacy’s role in the establishment of Islam. The story is to put it mildly, astonishing but numerous persons have attested to this man’s integrity and credentials as a Jesuit. The Vatican’s disinformation efforts have flatly denied Rivera’s story.
Rivera’s own testimony reveals that Cardinal Bea, a high ranking German Jesuit, held a classified briefing regarding the formation of Islam at the Vatican. The briefing revealed that Muhammed’s wife Khadija was a follower of the Papacy who had given generous gifts to the Church. Cardinal Bea stated that she had been given an assignment to find a brilliant young man who could be used by the Vatican to create a new religion and become the messiah for the children of Ishmael.
According to Bea, Waraqah was a faithful Roman Catholic and the Vatican placed him in a critical role as Muhammad’s advisor. This suggests that Waraqah was an agent of Rome even during his time as an Ebionite. The Papacy has used this type of infiltration throughout it’s history and even now in the modern age.
Waraqah is one of the four men who left the pagan faith of Mecca in search for the Haneef roots (Abrahamic) and returned as a believer in Jesus. Note the hadîth narrated in Sahih al-Bukhârî:
Narrated ‘Aisha(R): Volume 1, Book 1, Number 3
Khadija then accompanied him to her cousin Waraqa bin Naufal bin Asad bin ‘Abdul ‘Uzza, who, during the pre-Islamic Period became a Christian and used to write the writing with Hebrew letters. He would write from the Gospel in Hebrew as much as Allah wished him to write. He was an old man and had lost his eyesight. Khadija said to Waraqa, “Listen to the story of your nephew, O my cousin!” Waraqa asked, “O my nephew! What have you seen?” Allah’s Apostle described whatever he had seen. Waraqa said, “This is the same one who keeps the secrets (angel Gabriel) whom Allah had sent to Moses. I wish I were young and could live up to the time when your people would turn you out.” Allah’s Apostle asked, “Will they drive me out?” Waraqa replied in the affirmative and said, “Anyone (man) who came with something similar to what you have brought was treated with hostility; and if I should remain alive till the day when you will be turned out then I would support you strongly.” But after a few days Waraqa died.
As the briefing progressed Rivera learned that Muhammad was sent Catholic teachers to guide his development and mold him into his upcoming role. There is also the account surrounding Nestor of Maysarah. Nestor of Maysarah, a Roman Catholic monk, met Mohammed at his uncles and claimed he saw two clouds overshadowing Muhammed.
Yasin T. al-Jibouri writes:
The time Muhammad (pbuh) stayed in Busra was no more than a couple of months during which he met many Christians and Jews and noticed the theological differences among the major Christian sects that led to the disassociation of the Copts, the Syrian (Chaldean) Nestorian, and the Armenian Christians from the main churches of Antioch (Antakiya), Rome, and Egyptian Alexandria. Such dissensions and differences of theological viewpoints provided Muhammad (pbuh) with plenty of food for thought; he contemplated upon them a great deal. He was seen once by Nestor the monk sitting in the shade of a tree as caravans entered the outskirts of Busra, not far from the monk’s small monastery. “Who is the man beneath that tree?” inquired Nestor of Maysarah. “A man of Quraysh,” Maysarah answered, adding, “of the people [the Hashemites] who have guardianship of the Sanctuary.” “None other than a Prophet is sitting beneath that tree,” said Nestor who had observed some of the signs indicative of Prophethood: two angels (or, according to other reports, two small clouds) were shading Muhammad (pbuh) from the oppressive heat of the sun. “Is there a glow, a slight redness, around his eyes that never parts with him?” Nestor asked Maysarah. When the latter answered in the affirmative, Nestor said, “He most surely is the very last Prophet; congratulations to whoever believes in him.”
Nestor proclaimed him as a prophet. This account is also recorded in the Shiah entitled Hayatu‘I-Qulub on the authority of Muhammeds uncle Abu Talib. The clouds Nestor saw were more likely daemons not angels. Nestor was also very anti-semetic and poisoned Muhammed against the Jewish people and indoctrinated Muhammed into the Church’s hatred of anything Jewish, and was told that his enemies were the Jews and that any Christians who were not Roman Catholic were heretics who should be destroyed.
Muhammed studied the works of St. Augustine all the while the Vatican had Catholic Arabs across North Africa spreading the story of a great one who was about to rise up among the people and be the chosen one of their God.
Soon Muhammad began receiving ‘divine revelations’ and his wife’s cousin Waraquah helped interpret them. Muhammed claimed he had a vision from Allah and was told, You are the messenger of Allah.
From these visions and interpretations came corpus of the Quran. Waraqah is claimed to be the source of the Qur’ân, but there is no hard evidence.
Cardinal Bea told the briefing group that “Some of Muhammad’s writings were placed in the Koran, others were never published. They are now in the hands of high ranking holy men (Ayatollahs) in the Islamic faith…these writings are guarded because they contain information that links the Vatican to the creation of Islam. Both sides have so much information on each other, that if exposed, it could create such a scandal that it would be a disaster for both religions.”
The Vatican’s drive behind this was has to create a weapon that could eliminate both the Jews and Christian heretics who would not bow to pagan Rome’s Catholic Church. The Papacy desired to raise up a Arab Messiah who could unite all non-Catholic Arabs, creating a massive army that would capture Jerusalem for the Papacy. However by the time Jerusalem was catured, Muhammed was long dead and the Islamic leadership refused to turn over Jerusalem to the Pope, they themselves seeing that their own power rivaled that of Rome.
The Kharijite movement arose during a period of intense struggle for power within the caliphate, specifically, in A.D. 657, when some of the caliph Ali ibn Abi Talib’s soldiers (the descendants of nomadic Arab tribesmen) rebelled against the nobility’s increasing political dominance and its seizure of communal Muslim lands. These soldiers became known as Kharijis, or Kharijites. Although Ali broke up their movement in 658, their ranks continued to be replenished, mainly by members of the lower classes, including both Muslims from the Arab tribes and non-Arab converts to Islam.
The origin of Kharijism lies in the first Islamic civil war, the struggle for political supremacy over the Umma (Muslim community) in the years following the death of Prophet Muhammad. After the third caliph, Uthman ibn Affan, a struggle for succession ensued between Caliph Ali and Mu??wiyah, the governor of Syria and cousin of Uthman. This ultimately lead to a religious split and the formation of the Sunni and Shia sects of Islam.
The Split of Islam
Though Mohammed had many wives, he did not leave a male hier. His daughter Fatima was married to his cousin Ali, and was expected to be named Khalif (successor) over the followers of his faith.
“…Legend has it that Mohammed’s son-in-law Sidina ‘Ali, the ideal warrior, once became so caught up in the frenzy of killing that he began to kill his own people after finishing off the enemy. His frenzy had to be cooled down before he could stop.”
– An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism
“Ali was murdered in AD 661. But, in the Shi’ite theology, Ali and his descendants were Imams – divinely guided leaders and mediators between God and Man, Christ-like figures on earth. There were twelve Imams before the last disappeared in AD 940. It is a fundamental Shi’ite belief that he is hiding in one of the vast Arabian deserts, awaiting the right moment to re-emerge and establish a purified Islamic government of justice…The Imam, on his return, would launch a jihad, a holy war, more violent than any before fought over the centuries by his Shi’ite disciples.”
– Gordon Thomas, Journey into Madness
Khawarij12 rejected primogeniture succession of the Quraysh, the tribe of Muhammad, and assert that leadership of Islam, the caliphate, should be designated by an imam elected by the community from candidates who possess spiritual and personal qualities.
According to the Kharijites the caliphate of Abu Bakr and Umar were rightly guided but believed that Uthman ibn Affan had deviated from the path of Allah in the last days of his caliphate, and therefore was liable to be killed or displaced. They also believed that Ali ibn Abi Talib committed a grave sin whence he agreed on the arbitration.
In the Battle of Siffin, Ali acceded to Mu??wiyah’s suggestion to stop the fighting and refuge to negotiation. A large portion of Ali’s troops (who later became the first Kharijites) refused to concede to that agreement, and they considered that Ali has breached a Qur’anic verse which states that The decision is only for Allah (Qur’an 6:57), and hence the Kharijites thought that the outcome of a conflict can only be decided in battle (by God) and not in negotiations (by human beings). Later on, Abu lo lo feroze majoose a renowned Khawarij killed the Fourth Caliph of Islam “Ali”.
Precursors to Al Kaeda
According to renouned Islamic scholar Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri, the Khawarij were the first group of terrorists in Islamic history and that the current ideology of al-Qaeda and the Pakistani Taliban are no different to the ancient Khawarij.
The Grand Mufti of Saudia Arabia Sheikh Ibn Baaz also declared Al-Qaeda as a Khariji. The Kharijites adopted a radical approach to takfir – the declaration of a person to be a kafir (unbeliever or heretic). They declared other Muslims to be unbelievers and therefore deemed them worthy of death.
The Kharijite theology was a radical fundamentalism with uncompromised observance of the Quran in defiance of what they deemed corrupt authorities. Kharijites considered moderate Muslims to be hypocrites and unbelievers who could be killed with impunity. The Kharijite held that only the most pious members of the community could be entrusted with political power.
The term Kharijites became a designation for Muslims who refused to compromise with those who differed from them. The uncompromising fanaticism of the original Kharijites was indicative of the fervor with which the tribal Arabs had accepted the missionary ideology of Islam. It was this fervor that made it possible for Arab armies to conquer so much territory in the seventh century.
Connection to Al Qaeda
This same spirit, the uncompromising fanaticism of the original Kharijites, helped the Al Saud succeed at the end of the eighteenth century and again at the beginning of the twentieth. Some observers compare today’s radical Salafis with the ancient Khawarij terrorist sect, since they pioneered the political killing of Muslims considered heretic.
A leading Muslim scholar and jurist, Dr. Muhammed Tahir-ul-Qadri, a Pakistani Sufi issued a 604 page fatwa (religious decree) against terrorism and suicide bombings in 2010. He state that Al-Qaeda is the same old evil, referring to the Khawarij. He states that al-Qaeda is linked in name to an ancient group of Kharijites called al-Qaedia (the think-tank) who supported the terrorist efforts of other groups but never got thier own hands dirty. They are called liars and hypocrites in the Hadiths, heretic who lead men astray from the path of Allah, and that thier deeds are evil. They are enemies, the curse of Allah is upon them according to the Hadiths.
He condems terrorism as kufr – disbelief – an act which is considered as haram -forbidden to a true Muslim. He bases his fatwa upon the Quran, ancient learned opinions of pious Islamic scholars and leaders and upon the words of Muhammed related in the Hadiths of three signs of the Khawarij in the End of Days:
They will raise very popular and appealing Islamic Slogans with will appeal to Islamic youth and common Muslims. The words will be right but thier intentions will be wrong.
They will be extremely religious, they will appear to be more devout that other Muslims and be stricter in thier observance of muslim law.
They will grow long beards, be seen praying, fasting, reciting the Quran and giving exiciting speeches in order to mislead the people.
They will brainwash young people.
“The Messenger of Allah said, “Indeed, from the offspring of this men shall emerge a folk whose tongue shall be moist from reciting Allah’s book, but it shall not go past thier throats. They shall pass through the religion just as an arrow passes through a hunted game”
Connection to the Order of Assasins
The Khawarij are are also connected to another heretical Islamic group known as the Hashshashin13 an order of Nizari Ismailis, the second largest branch of Shia Islam after the Twelvers, generally thought to have formed in Persia and Syria around 1092. However, the locus of the group is derived from the Khawarij.
Posing a strong military threat to Sunni Seljuq authority within the Persian territories, the Nizari Ismailis captured and inhabited many mountain fortresses under the leadership of Hassan-i Sabbah. The modern word assassin is derived from their name.
‘Assasseen’ in Arabic signifies ‘guardians’, and some commentators have considered this to be the true origin of the word: ‘guardians of the secrets’.”
– Arkon Daraul, Secret Societies
The Hashishin are also thought to be the first secret society, first espionage organization, and the first terrorist organization. Freemason Manly P Hall says this about them:
The sect of the Assassins, or the Yezidees as they are more generally known, demonstrated a rather interesting aspect of the drug problem. In the eleventh century this order, by capturing the fortress of Mount Alamont, established itself at Irak. Hassan Sabbah, the founder of the order, known as the “Old Man of the Mountain, ” is suspected of having controlled his followers by the use of narcotics. Hassan made his followers believe that they were in Paradise, where they would be forever if they implicitly obeyed him while they were alive. De Quincey, in his Confessions of an Opium Eater, describes the peculiar psychological effects produced by this product of the poppy, and the use of a similar drug may have given rise to the idea of Paradise which filled the minds of the Yezidees.14
This pattern of control has been copied by numerous terrorist groups to brainwash young impressionable muslims to murder in the name of their god for a future reward (72 virgins these days) that will never come.
Modern Day Assassins
All one needs to do is connect the dots to see that today’s radical Islam is just a extention of the ancient heretics of Islam. The problem areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan were infiltrated by Hashishin theology which is now are seen as threats to the West.
Todays terrorist still employ the tools of the Khawarij and Hashishin – murder and terror to eliminate rivals and create fear. Terrorist handlers still use drugs to motivate thier asset to perform thier mission with promises of paradice and salvation. Little do they know that they are merely pawns being manipulated by criminals who themselves are tools of a even larger agenda.
The Hashishin appear to be a Masonic secret society, and indeed often worked in conjunction with the Crusaders or more to the point the Knights Templar, another Masonic/ Illuminist order.
Todays Freemasonry is in control of most governments and intelligence services as we have show, particularly the United States. And Freemasonry has always had a vision of Globalism, to create a New World Order after thier own choosing. The are masters of deception, of Thesis & Antithesis, of the classic Macevellian Problem/Reaction/Solution.
The Elite’s have played Islam against the West (Christianity) in a bid to create the Illuminist dream. The 911 False Flag events created a enemy which the globalists are using to bring about world dominion. Islam is not the enemy. The real enemies lie within our own governments and institutions. And they are waging war on our bodies, our emotions and our minds.
The Kingdom of Saud
Muhammad ibn Sa’ud greeted Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab and said, “This oasis is yours, do not fear your enemies. By the name of God, if all Najd was summoned to throw you out, we will never agree to expel you.” Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab replied, “You are the settlement’s chief and wise man. I want you to grant me an oath that you will perform jihad (holy war) against the unbelievers. In return you will be imam, leader of the Muslim community and I will be leader in religious matters.” (Abu Hakima 1967:30)
In the mid-18th century an Islamic cleric named Muhammad bin Abd al-Wahhab believed that Islam had moved from its historic roots and that its believers no longer followed the true Islam of Muhammad. Abd al-Wahhab began to preach and teach what he considered to be the teachings of Muhammad over 1000 years before; and, specifically, a teaching which sought to purify the Sunni sect of Islam from all “innovations” added to Muhammad’s teaching from the 10th century forward. This form of Islam is today known as Wahabism.
Wahabism focus’ on these ideals:
the importance of monotheism,
the denunciation of all forms of mediation between God and believers, this of course means the rejection of all other religions.
the obligation to pay the zakat ( Islamic tax paid to the leader of the Muslim community)
and the obligation to respond to his call for holy war against those who did not follow these principals.
His teaching was greeted with great resistance and considered heretical, resulting in his being driven out of Medina. His path took him to the Najd, an area of the central Arabian desert wastelands. There he was received by Muhammad ibn Saud who had heard of al-Wahhab’s teachings and reputation.
Wahhabi ulama accept the authority only of the Quran and sunna. The Wahhabi ulama reject reinterpretation of Quran and sunna in regard to issues clearly settled by the early jurists. By rejecting the validity of reinterpretation, Wahhabi doctrine is at odds with the Muslim reformation movement of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Abd al-Wahhab represented the spiritual leader and spiritual interpreter in the alliance; and al-Saud represented the political and military ruler of the alliance. Together they began a reformation in Islam that is referred to today as the “Wahhabi Reformation.”
The Wahhabi conquest which began in the early 18th century, continued through the 20th century. The two men who founded the reform movement, Abd al-Wahhab and bin-Sa’ud, were succeeded in their reform efforts by their descendants.
The Wahhabis captured the two holy cities of Arabia, Mecca and Medina. Medina is a very ancient Arab city. Avi Lipkin has noted in his lectures and books16 that Medina was established by the Midianites and is today called by the Arabs ‘Yathrib’ which is Arabic for Jethro, Moses father-in-law and the ‘Priest of Midian.’ Medina is also called Menarwah (Menorah). There is vast amounts of evidence that the biblical Mount Sinai, located in Midian, is the actually the northwestern part of modern day Saudi Arabia.
Later, the Wahhabi doctrine spread to the Gulf region, Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar. With each advance, a blood bath occurred of the indigenous peoples.
The West and Islam
In the fight against the Ottoman Empire the British gained the support of two important Arab leaders. The first was Hussein I of the Hashemite Dynasty, a dynasty that traced a direct lineage back to the prophet Mohammed. He was the ruler of the Hejaz area that included Mecca and Medina and the British hyped his “holy” status to maximize his popular support.
The second prominent Arab leader that the British eventually brought into the fold was Ibn Saud, the leader of the tribal Wahhabi sect of central Arabia. Ibn Saud used his British financing to enhance his position as a religious figure and to buy the support of the Bedouins.
After the Ottomans were defeated and the Sykes-Picot and Balfour Agreements were revealed Hussein I realized the treachery that had defeated him and he abdicated his throne. His three sons Ali, Faisal and Abdallah then tried their luck at Arab rule.
Prince Ali took over the Hejaz but lost it in 1925 in his clash with the forces of the British-supported Ibn Saud. The century old military-alliance between Al Saud and Muhammad bin Abd al-Wahhab was best achieved now, with Muslims strictly following the Wahabbi sect (the purest form of Islam) as they claim, right in the heart-land of Islam-the Hejaz.
On September 22, 1932, Abdul Aziz bin Sa’ud, completed his conquest of the Arabian Peninsula and named his conquered lands, the “Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.” The Saud family became the “royal family,” the most important family of Saudi Arabia; and the Wahhabi family became the second most important family.
In the Saudi kingdom, there is no separation of powers. Al Sa’ud, the royal family, is the state; the royal family is the owner of the energy resources; the royal family’s partner for 250 years, . . . the descendants of Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, are indistinguishable from the institutions of religion, justice and education. Both families are made up of Najdis, born in the central Arabian wastelands from which Al Sa’ud and Wahhabism emerged. Najdis are the sole holders of power in Saudi Arabia, occupying all administrative and decision making posts. Although no more that 40% of the Saudi population are Wahhabi, the cult holds a monopoly on religious life in the kingdom. The entire judiciary is Wahhabi, made up of graduates of the sect’s religious schools.”6
The Discovery of Oil and its Impact Upon Saudi Arabia.
The biggest mistake Britain made was losing interest in the Saudis and the Arabian deserts, allowing Standard Oil of California to come in and purchase the rights to search for oil in Saudi Arabia for $250,000 in 1933. Since that time the Saudi royal family has enjoyed a very special relationship with the United States.
In 1932 when Abd al-Aziz Al Saud proclaimed the Arabian Peninsula to be the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia was at best a remote “back water.” Saudi Arabia as a nation was insignificant in matters of global commerce. In fact, the Peninsula was composed largely of rural people who followed centuries old ways as farmers and nomadic herdsmen driving sheep, goats, and camels across great desert expanses. Economically, the Kingdom was poor and utterly lacking in industrial development. 7 Its sole source of revenue came from fees the Saudis charged to Muslims on their pilgrimage to Mecca. “When Aziz finally became king, the global depression had reduced the flow of pilgrims to a trickle, and the royal family of the new Kingdom teetered on the brink of insolvency.”8
America was in the throes of its great depression in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s when Saudi Arabia was brought under Aziz bin Saud’s control. At that time, oil had not been discovered on the Peninsula.
In the world market, particularly America, the depression had resulted in the erosion of oil demand to such an extent that the price of a barrel of oil had fallen to 10cents a barrel.9
Through the efforts of a British envoy, Sir Harry St John Philby, American multimillionaire, Charles Crane (Crane Plumbing), and officials of Standard Oil of California (SOCAL), King Aziz entered into an agreement granting SOCAL an “oil concession.” This concession allowed SOCAL an exclusive right to explore and produce oil in the entire Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. The agreement was signed on May 29, 1933 and would prove to be the only agreement Saudi Arabia would ever sign with an outside party.10 This decision of 1933 by Aziz proved to forever change the nature of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. From this agreement, Saudi Arabia became the most important oil producer on the face of the earth.
Although, the birth of the state of Saudi Arabia coincided with the destruction of Caliphate, the Saudi King did not follow the Islamic tradition of Darul Islam in Hejaj province as was prevalent during the period of Caliphate when the Muslims from any part of the world had a right of free entry as well as right to reside there without any permission thus changed.
The right of entry into any part of Dar al-Islam was one of several rights which Muslims had, such as the right to reside in Dar al-Islam. They did not need residence permits, visa, or work permits. The birth of the State of Saudi Arabia resulted in the denial and eventual elimination of all these rights of Muslims.
King Saud introduced the system of Visa and residential permit and thereby put restriction on the entry of even Muslims from the country beyond Saudi Arabia. It became a purely the discretion of the Saudi Monarchy whether to allow them or not to visit this province. Encouraged with the discovery of huge oil wealth in the kingdom he further strengthened his relation with the Christian world and turned his kingdom into a sovereign dynastic monarchy.
Some of the Islamic scholars are of the view that in Islam there is no concept of the sovereignty of State and establishment of Saudi Monarchy as a sovereign state of Saudi Arabia was a denial and eventual elimination of the Islamic rights of the Muslims. (Internet edition of ‘The Caliphate the Hijaz and the Saudi-Wahhabi Nation – State’ by Imran N. Hosein – imranhosein.org). They maintain that in Islam the state is subservient to the sovereignty of Allah and the Caliph as His most faithful servant is a guide to the entire Muslim community who implements His law.
Enter the Ikwhan
The promotion of Islam as embracing every aspect of life accounted in large measure for the success of Wahhabi ideology in inspiring the zealotry of the Ikhwan movement. Beginning in 1912, agricultural communities called hujra (collective pl.) were settled by beduin who came to believe that in settling on the land they were fulfilling the prerequisite for leading Muslim lives; they were making a hijra, “the journey from the land of unbelief to the land of belief.” It is still unclear whether the Ikhwan settlements were initiated by Abd al Aziz or whether he co-opted the movement once it had begun, but the settlements became military cantonments in the service of Abd al Aziz’s consolidation of power. Although the Ikhwan had very limited success in agriculture, they could rely on a variety of subsidies derived from raids under the aegis of Abd al Aziz and provisions disbursed directly from his storehouses in Riyadh.
As newly converted Wahhabi Muslims, the Ikhwan were fanatical in imposing their zealotry for correct behavior on others. They enforced rigid separation of the sexes in their villages, for example, and strict attention to prayers, and used violence in attempting to impose Wahhabi restrictions on others. Their fanaticism forged them into a formidable fighting force, and with Ikhwan assistance, Abd al Aziz extended the borders of his kingdom into the Eastern Province, Hail, and the Hijaz. Ultimately, the fanaticism of the Ikhwan undermined their usefulness, and they had to be reckoned with; the Ikhwan Rebellion (1928-30) marked their eclipse.
The founder of Saudi Arabia, King ‘Abd al-‘Aziz ibn ‘Abd al-Rahman Al Sa’ud- Abd al Aziz was a Wahhabi imam who held the intense loyalty of the Ikhwan. When he became the ruler of Mecca and Medina as well, Abd al Aziz took on the responsibilities of Khadim al Haramayn (servant of the two shrines) and so assumed an important position in the wider Muslim world.
Abd al Aziz established Ikhwan communities in which the beduin tribesmen could settle and adopt a sedentary way of life. The Ikhwan were supported by Abd al Aziz with land, seed, tools, and money, as well as arms and ammunition. A mosque was built in each community, and these mosques also served as military garrisons. By 1915 there were more than 200 settlements and in excess of 60,000 men in readiness to heed Abd al Aziz’s call for warriors in his continuing battles to unite the peninsula.
The Ikhwan looked eagerly for the opportunity to fight non-Wahhabi Muslims–and non-Muslims as well–and they took Abd al Aziz as their leader in this. By 1915 there were more than 200hujar in and around Najd and nearly 100,000 Ikhwan waiting for a chance to fight. This provided Abd al Aziz with a powerful weapon, but his situation demanded that he use it carefully. In 1915 Abd al Aziz had various goals: he wanted to take Hail from the Al Rashid, to extend his control into the northern deserts in present-day Syria and Jordan, and to take over the Hijaz and the Persian Gulf coast.
The British, however, had become more and more involved in Arabia because of World War I, and Abd al Aziz had to adjust his ambitions to British interests.The British were allied with the Sharif family who ruled the Hijaz from their base in Mecca. The British actually encouraged the Sharif family to revolt against the Ottomans and so open a second front against them in World War I.
In this situation, Abd al Aziz had no choice but to focus his attentions on Hail. This caused problems with the Ikhwan because, unlike Mecca and Medina, Hail had no religious significance and the Wahhabis had no particular quarrel with the Rashidi clan who controlled it. The Sharif family in Mecca, however, was another story. The Wahhabis had long borne a grudge against the Sharif because of their traditional opposition to Wahhabism. The ruler, Hussein, had made the situation worse by forbidding the Ikhwan to make the pilgrimage and then seeking non-Muslim, British help against the Muslim Ottomans.
The Ikhwan became dedicated, even fanatical followers of the young Al Saud leader. In defiance of Abd al Aziz’s authority, however, they continued to raid the British protectorates. Recognizing that the wild forays of the Ikhwan could only be a constant irritant and source of danger to his leadership.
The zealots of the brotherhood regarded the Western-influenced modernization pursued by Abd al Aziz as a betrayal of the fundamentals of Islam that had been their raison d’être since the beginning of their association with the House of Saud. Renewed Ikhwan raids against defenseless groups in Iraq incensed the British, who were trying to stabilize the region, and finally compelled Abd al Aziz to force the submission of the Ikhwan. When the Ikhwan leadership revolted against Abd al Aziz, he took to the field to lead his army, which was now supported by four British aircraft (flown by British pilots) and a fleet of 200 military vehicles that symbolized the modernization that the Ikhwan abhorred. After being crushed at the Battle of Sabalah, the Ikhwan were eliminated as an organized military force in early 1930.
The suppression of the Ikhwan brought to an end the chronic warfare in the Arabian Peninsula except for a series of incidents between 1931 and 1934 along the poorly defined border with Yemen. Abd al Aziz placed his eldest son, Saud, at the head of an army that succeeded in occupying much Yemeni territory but could not defeat the Yemeni warriors so adept at defending their mountain passes. Pressure by European powers determined to maintain the status quo on the Arabian Peninsula finally brought peace, and much of the occupied territory was restored to Yemen.
During the 1930s, Abd al Aziz, who had made himself king, allowed the remnants of the Ikhwan to regroup as a beduin militia. They became known as the White Army because they wore traditional white robes rather than military uniforms. For Abd al Aziz, the White Army served as a counterbalance to the small regular army, thereby helping to ensure his control over internal security. In addition to the two armies, there was the Royal Guard, a lightly armed body of absolutely loyal officers and troops, whose mission consisted entirely of protecting the monarch and the growing royal family.
The Muslim Brotherhood
In 1928 the “Muslim Brotherhood” was officially founded by an Egyptian named Hasan al-Banna. Officially called al-ikwan al-muslimun (The Society of the Muslim Brothers).
The Brotherhood was a religious secret society known publicly for its emphasis on Islamic education and for its charitable activities. Prior to World War II British Intelligence cultivated ties with the Brotherhood through agent Freya Stark, the British adventurer and writer . These covert connections were used to keep track of the growing German presence in North Africa and to stay informed of the many different political movements that were springing up. The Muslim Brotherhood spread throughout the Muslim world and has evolved into something like a Muslim equivalent of the West’s Masonic brotherhood. It became one of the first Islamic Fundamentalist terror organizations.
The newly founded CIA17 also became interested in Egypt when Nasser showed signs of tilting to the Soviet Union. Aburish explains how this new avenue of intrigue evolved.
“According to CIA agent Miles Copeland, the Americans began looking for a Muslim Billy Graham around 1955… When finding or creating a Muslim Billy Graham proved elusive, the CIA began to cooperate with the Muslim Brotherhood, the Muslim mass organization founded in Egypt but with followers throughout the Arab Middle East… This signalled the beginning of an alliance between the traditional regimes and mass Islamic movements against Nasser and other secular forces.”
The CIA was following the example of British Intelligence and sought to use Islam to further its goals. They wanted to find a charismatic religious leader that they could promote and control and they began to cooperate with groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood. With the rise of Nasser the Brotherhood was also courted more seriously by the pro-Western Arab regimes of Saudi Arabia and Jordan. They needed all the popular support that they could muster against the rise of Nasser-inspired Arab nationalism to keep their regimes intact.
The CIA then evacuated much of the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1950s to our friends in Saudi Arabia. As they arrived, the Saudi royals hired some of the Nazi indoctrinated Muslim Brotherhood religious leaders, like Dr Abdullah Azzam, as teachers in the Madrassas (Islamic religious schools) combining Nazi fascism with the extreme doctrines of the Islamic cult of Wahhabism an arm of the Hashishin (Assassins) sect.
Originally Islam saw the Wahhabi Hashishin as a threat and the Jews as a useful evil. Islam enjoyed, with a few exceptions, good relationships with the Jews for the first thousand years of its existence. The Wahhabi cult was condemned as a heresy by most of Islam. But then the U.S. found oil in Arabia and we needed one tribe to deal with, we backed the Wahhabi Saudis. That secured cheap oil and brought some measure of legitimacy to Wahabiism.
Because Saudi Arabia provided a new home for the fascist Muslim Brotherhood they have not tried to overthrow the Saudis. Fascism and Hashishin extremism mingled in the Madrassas. It was in one of these Schools that Dr Abdullah Azzam made a promising young disciple, Osama bin Laden who was a Wahhabi Muslim.
Al-Qaeda did not simply spring up on its own; it sprang from the evil root of the Khawarij, Hashishin with Nazis engrafts. After manipulating the Arab societies especially in Middle East and North Africa, the evil ideology of the Khawarij was picked up by Western powers to use their barbaric cruelty for their own globalist agenda.
Now nexus between Neocons and Khawarij was in evitable, the Muslim world couldn’t realize the depth and in turn horrific result of the nexus. Factually speaking this was the second time this nexus was worked out in the history of Islam. It was in 11th century during Crusades when Sultan Salah Uddin Ayubbi was fighting for the holy lands and from inside Hassan Bin Sabbah was busy in his terrorist activities through his suicidal attacks from the Castle of Death. Even, one of the bravest General of the Muslim history could not root out Hassan bi Sabbah until he was killed by furious Tartars.
q Petroleum Politics
The truth is that World War I was fomented by the British so that they could control oil, foreseen by their geo-strategists as the world’s most important emerging resource.
Britain was losing the race to secure Middle Eastern oil reserves to the Germans. In the years prior to World War I Germany had enjoyed an astonishing economic explosion and this was helped by her alliance with the Ottoman Empire which allowed her access to their vast reserves. In 1889 the Germans worked out an agreement to finance, through Deutsche Bank, a railway from Constantinople into Anatolia, and later in 1899 the final agreement for a complete Berlin-to-Baghdad railway was signed.
The British made sure that this rail link was never completed through the use of her ally Serbia, which stood in the middle of the German alliance that included Austro-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. World War I is commonly understood as sparked by the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Ferdinand by Serbian assassins. Serbia did play a key part in World War I, but the conflict was not simply a result of this solitary event.
the Sykes-Picot Agreement that carved up the Ottoman Empire into Western colonies. This secret agreement created the arbitrary boundaries of what are today the countries of Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Kuwait. Britain would control the oil-rich Persian Gulf through Iraq and Kuwait and would also receive Palestine and Jordan. France would receive Syria and Lebanon, Italy was promised parts of Anatolia and some Mediterranean islands and Russia was to get parts of Armenia and Kurdistan.
As F. William Engdahl’s documented in his book A Century of War – Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, Great Britain’s interest in the Middle East was piqued when it realized that oil would replace coal for the energy needs of the future, a future they by all means intended to dominate.
At the turn of the century Britain had no direct access to oil and was soley dependant upon the United States, Russia or Mexico for it’s oil supplies. This was an unacceptable situation for the once global empire, one which was to be quickly remedied through covert operations in which Britain was able to secure drilling rights to Persian oil from Persian monarch Reza Khan. Britian had paid for rights18 to tap Persian oil until 1961, with a 16% royalty from all sales going to the Shah.
The British company that Reilly persuaded d’Arcy to ally with then became known as the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, which was a forerunner of the mighty British Petroleum (BP).
The discovery of oil in Iran in the early 1900s intensified the rivalry between Great Britain and Russia for control over the Iranian plateau region, and helped to make Iran a major factor in the world geo-political scheme. The British-Russian rivalry continued right through to World War I and resulted in an Anglo-Russian agreement that divided Iran into spheres of influence. In 1919, Iran made a trade agreement with Great Britain in which Britain formally affirmed Iran’s independence. After Iranian recognition of the USSR in a treaty of 1921, the Soviet Union renounced Czarist imperialistic policies toward Iran, canceling all debts and concessions, and withdrawing its occupation forces from Iranian territory. Iran continued to look to Great Britain as a counter-force to the threat of Bolshevik Russia’s lust for Iranian oil.
In 1921, Reza Khan, an Iranian army officer, effected a coup and established a military dictatorship. In 1925 Reza Khan was subsequently elected hereditary Shah, thus ending the Qajar dynasty and founding the new Pahlevi dynasty of Iran, and establishing the Shah as Prime Minister of Persia. He implemented policies to create a westernized parliament in Iran, and finally in 1935, the new government of Persia changed its name officially to Iran.
After the 1941 German invasion of the USSR, Iran quickly allied itself with the Allied forces, even welcoming British and American troops into Iran to handle the delivery of war supplies to the USSR to wage war against the German army. At the Tehran Conference of 1943, the United States, Great Britain, and the USSR, guaranteed the independence and territorial integrity of Iran. However, the USSR, dissatisfied with the refusal of the Iranian government to grant it oil concessions, fomented a revolt in the north which led to the 1945 establishment of the People’s Republic of Azerbaijan and the Kurdish People’s Republic, headed by Soviet-controlled leaders. When Soviet troops remained in Iran following WWII, Iran appealed to America and Great Britain for protection. The Soviets finally withdrew in 1946 and in 1947 Iran and the United States began a cooperation and development program to help Iran build its oil industry. Thus began the relationship between America and Persia. (Iran)
q Coup D’ Etat
America’s relationship with Iran has been extremely hostile over the past several decades. From the perspective of most Americans, the seminal event of US-Iranian relations was the siege of the US embassy in Tehran and the subsequent holding of its staff as hostages back in the 1970s.
Most Americans lack a global perspective of the history in order to accurately guage American interactions with Persia. One of the most critical events in that relationship occurred over 50 years ago during the Eisenhower Administration. While Americans may know little about Operation Ajax, it is the catalyst which brought on the 1979 Iranian Islamic revolution, and placed the United States on a collision course with Iran.
The 1953 Iranian coup d’état (known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup) was the intentional overthrow of the democratically elected government of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the intelligence agencies of Great Britain and the United States under the name TPAJAX Project. The coup saw the transition of Mohammad-Reza Shah Pahlavi from a constitutional monarch to an authoritarian one who relied heavily on United States support to hold on to power until his own overthrow in February 1979.
Sandra Mackey’s book The Iranians addresses the overthrow of Muhammad Mossadeq’s short-lived, democratic government by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1953 and the reinstallation of the Shah to the throne. In 1951, control of Iran’s oil fields by a British company – The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, or AIOC, now British Petroleum (BP) became a political topic. The Iranian people believed, justifiably so, that the arrangement between the Iranian government and AIOC unfairly benefited the company. Muhammad Mossadeq, then a member of the Iranian parliament, took the lead in demanding a renegotiation of the pact. The masses of the Iranian people rallied to his standard and quickly made him the most revered leader in the land. The Shah, who then ruled as an authoritarian monarch, lost control of events as his previously powerless parliament (the Majlis) took on a life of its own.
With Mossadeq leading the charge against Iran’s economic master, the Majlis, on March 15, boldly nationalized the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company…On April 29, the same Majlis elected Muhammad Mossadeq prime minister. While the shah sat on the throne as a mere shadow, Muhammad Mossadeq basked in the acclaim of the vast majority of Iranians, who for the first time in decades gave their genuine respect, devotion, and loyalty to their recognized leader.
For the first time in its long history, Iran had a democratically elected leader. But that was not to last. Mossadeq demanded for Iran, a share in the oil profits, a 25% share. The Brits however were not about to allow him to grab any of what they considered their property and enlisted the American government to help. Eventually, the decision was made in Washington that Mossadeq had to go. Brigadier General Norman Schwarzkopf (father of the Gulf War commander) and CIA guru Kermit Roosevelt (grandson of Teddy) were ordered to begin a covert operation designed to remove Mossadeq and restore the Shah to absolute authority. A complex plot, codenamed Operation Ajax, was conceived and executed from the US Embassy in Tehran.
Using CIA assets in the Iranian military, various minor political parties, and the Shiite clerics and their followers, an uprising was staged. The Americans double crossed the Shiite populace and had the Shah return to the throne. Mackey describes the climax:
For nine hours, the pro-shah army, utilizing American-style military strategy and logistics, battled pro-Mossadeq demonstrators. At least 300 people died. By nightfall, the Mossadeq partisans had drawn into a tight cordon around the premier’s palace. Inside, the aged and always ailing prime minister threw a coat over his pajamas, leaped over the garden wall, and went into hiding. Forty-eight hours later he was arrested. The brief euphoric moment when the followers of Mossadeq believed that he held Iran’s destiny in his hands evaporated.
The Shah, who had fled to Rome, rode back to power on the tip of American bayonets, a move which infuriated the Shiite Muslim populace and would cultivate anti-American sentiments which would lead to the 1979 hostage crisis.
In essence, the United States had engaged in a massive covert operation designed to remove a democratically elected leader from power and reinstall an authoritarian monarch mocking our stated desire to “spread democracy” in the Middle East.
This affair had several disastrous ramifications for the future of American-Iranian relations. First, the Shah, from that point forward, was viewed as a puppet of America. Consequently, America became complicit to his every oppressive act during the subsequent 26 years of his harsh rule. Second, the American embassy in Tehran was permanently marked as a nest of spies in the eyes of the Iranian populace. And third, Iranian democracy was strangled in its crib.
The next time the populace rose to overthrow the Shah (in the 1970s), they viewed America as their enemy and were cheering a leader who was significantly less democratic than Mossadeq. When rumors began circulating that the Americans were going to bring the Shah back via yet another covert operation, the Iranian mobs responded by seizing the US embassy in Tehran and holding its workers hostage.
Today our WAR ON TERROR is a direct result of our intrusion into the affairs of another counties political landscape. If Mossadeq’s regime had been permitted to continue, it is entirely possible that Iran could have evolved into an authentic democracy, and a friend to the United States.
This horrid abuse of power by the US Government has also worsened the relationship between Israel and it’s neighbors, who view the secular Israeli government as a tool of the US. American interventionism destroyed that opportunity and set the stage for many of the tragedies currently haunting the Middle East. If America is ever to have even remotely cordial relations with Iran, we must accept responsibility for the terrible effects of Operation Ajax and admit that we had no right to intervene in a controversy that was wholly the business of the Iranian people. That exploit was unworthy of the memory of our founding fathers and the numerous war dead that America has suffered to prop up the Empire of godless sociopaths.
The Re-Birth of Al-Qaeda
Scene was set, after the defeat of Soviets in Afghanistan. It must be kept in mind that there was not a single incident involving suicide bombing against Russians in 11 years of war between Mujahedeens and Russian Army.
Now the Kharijites were poured in Afghanistan and Pakistan by the West under the guidance of puppet-master Zbigniew Brezinski who bragged of creating the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan. It has become a accepted fact in certain circles that Al-Qaeda is a CIA asset. Recently, ex-Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton admitted as much.
The Linkage between Islam, Freemasonary and Terrorism
There are two important links between Islamic mysticism and the later development of Freemasonry which affect our modern society today. The first is the Muslim Brotherhood which we mentioned previously. And the second is linked to Shia Islam which we shall discuss now.
The split between the two significant sects of Islam, Sunni and Shia, can be traced back to the time soon after Muhammad’s death in the year 632, and centered on who would succeed the Prophet and become the first Caliph, or leader. A friend and advisor of Muhammad, Abu Bakr, was eventually selected to fulfill this role. Those who accept this decision call themselves Sunni. This group makes up the more traditional, or orthodox, form of the religion.
Some refused to follow Abu Bakr, however, and believed that another man, Muhammad’s son-in-law, Ali, was Muhammad’s true choice to be first the Caliph. The term, Shia, is a sort of abbreviated version of the Arabic Shiat Ali, which means, followers of Ali. The Shiites regarded him as the first in a series of Imams, or high clerics, who were direct descendents of Muhammad and acted as messengers of God. There were 12 Imams before the bloodline died out in the 800s.
The Shiite (Shia) sect believed that only Allah had the ability to choose who the next leaders of the Islam religion should be. As such, they believed that only those can trace their ancestry directly to the family to of the Prophet Mohammad should stand as leaders of the Islam faith. This is why for the Shitte Islam sect the rightful heir to the leadership of the Islam religion is Ali, a direct descendant from the family of the Prophet Mohammad.
As far as belief and practice, Shiites generally only recognize hadith that are attributed to Mohammad’s immediate family or to followers of Ali, Sunni Muslims take a broader view, and consider all hadith to be valid.
Another difference between the Sunni Muslims and Shiite Muslims is with regards to their belief of al-Mahdi, or the ‘Rightfully Guided One.’ While all Muslims believe that the Mahdi would serve as the global caliph of all Islam, the Sunni sect say Imams are human beings and look forward al-Mahdi’s birth and coming into the Earth. On the other hand, the Shiite Muslims believe the Imams are divine manifestations of God whose words are infallible and believe that the Mahdi had already arrived on earth, (centuries ago) and will be re-appearing soon.
The Shia, as the minority sect, have suffered persecution from Sunni Islam of which a majority of Muslims adhere to. Because of this, Shia Islam often had to resort to secret gatherings, special hand signals or passwords.
From the beginning of the split in the early days of Islam, the Shiah relied for survival upon secrecy, organization and initiation. Although the minority party in Islam, they believed that they could overcome the majority by superior organization and power. To this end they started a number of societies which practised secret rites in which the personality of Ali was worshipped, and whose rank and file were trained to struggle above all for the accomplishment of world dominion.
The Seeds of Modern Day Terrorism
Some believe that the organization of Masonic Lodges or Temples are derived from an ancient Islamic Hashshashin order, also known as the Assassins. The Hashshashin themselves were a secret society, who often worked and fought in conjunction with the Crusader Knights Templar and other Catholic secret societies as it suited them.
The Hashshashin, are an order of Nizari Ismailis, the second largest branch of Shia Islam after the Twelvers, is generally thought to have formed in Persia and Syria around 1092. The Hashishin are thought to be the first secret society, the first espionage organization, and the first terrorist organization.
The Nizari Ismailis captured and inhabited many mountain fortresses under the leadership of Hassan bin Sabbah considered to be the father of terrorism. The modern word assassin is believed to be derived from their name, Hashshashin. But Assasseen in Arabic signifies ‘guardians’, and some scholars have considered this to be the true origin of the word and it’s meaning is guardians of the secrets.
The secret order that Hasan bin Sabbah created had a significant impact on all subsequent cults and secret societies. During the Crusades, the Hashshashins fought both for and against the Crusaders, whichever suited their agenda. As a result, the Crusaders brought back to Europe the Assassins’ system, which would be passed down and mimicked by numerous secret societies in the West.14 From the Isma’ilis, the Crusaders borrowed the conception which led to the formation of all the secret societies, religious and secular, of Europe. The institutions of Knights Templar and the Society of Jesus, founded by Ignatius Loyola, are organized after the Hashshashin model.
There is much to be learned from the patriarch of Islamic terrorism, the Sheikh of Alamut. He was known as The Old Man of the Mountain. Hasan is said to have taught the Knight’s Templar of Crusades their ruthlessness. Many researchers and scholars maintain that Sabbah’s teachings are were used as the basis of Freemasonry, Communism, Secular Humanism, and the basis of the New World Order’s master/slave system of tyranny. Although few know the Old Man of the Mountain by name, he remains one of the most influential persons of all time.
Origins of Terrorism
It must be remembered that the followers of Islam in the seventh century A.D. split into two divisions: the orthodox, who regard Mohammed as the bringer of divine inspiration; and the Shiahs, who consider that Ali, his successor, the Fourth Imam (leader), was more important.
One of the most successful secret societies which the Shiites founded was centred around the Abode of Learning in Cairo, which was the training-ground for fanatics who were conditioned by the most cunning methods to believe in a special divine mission. In order to do this, the original Muslim ideals had to be overcome by skilled teachers, acting under the orders of the Caliph of the Fatimites, who ruled Egypt at that time.
The Fatimid Caliphate was the fourth Islamic caliphate and belonged to the Isma’ili Shi’a school of faith. Its sovereignty spanned a large area of North Africa, from the Red Sea in the east to the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Originally based in Tunisia, the dynasty ruled across the Mediterranean coast of Africa and ultimately made Egypt the center of the caliphate. At its height, the caliphate included in addition to Egypt varying areas of the Maghreb, Sudan, Sicily, the Levant, and Hijaz. The Fatimids were mainly descent from Fatima the daughter of Prophet Muhammad.
It is here at the Abode of Learning, an Shia school for mysticism, that the fedayeen were first developed.
As part of a student’s indoctrination at the Islamic Abode of Learning, history was revised to suit the leadership’s agenda and all forms of truth became the enemy of the cause. New secrets from the sages of old were delivered to the young inductees in stages. During their initiation, the fedayeen learned the cult’s mantra’s, symbols, and signs, and they were sworn not to reveal them to the profane under penalty of decapitation. All types of deceptive techniques were deployed, leaving the fedayeen incapable of rational thought or of moral judgment. In this regard they became the prototype for Islamic terrorists, and their apolegists today.
The fedayeen justified crimes in the name of Allah to advance their agenda. They engaged in kidnap, ransom, arson, theft, the slave trade, political assassination, and mass murder in the name of Allah and Islam, making them the prototype for the Islamic terrorist organizations tormenting mankind today.
The derivation of the fedayeen term actually originates from Hassan-i-Sabbah. He coined the name fedayeen which means sacrifice, as a term referring to his followers.
In light of some notable history, fedayeen may be literally translated as martyrs, because they would commit suicidal acts on the orders of their master. It is widely understood in the Arab world to mean those willing to sacrifice themselves for God. His influence and power over the fedayeen was legendary as the following historical account shows:
In the year 1092, two men stood on the ramparts of a medieval castle perched high in the Persian mountains: the personal representative of the Emperor and a veiled figure who claimed to be the incarnation of God on earth – Hasan, son of Sabah, Sheikh of the Mountains and leader of the Assassins. Hassan spoke to the Emperor’s representitive: “You see that devotee standing guard on yonder turret-top? Watch! He made a signal. Instantly the white-robed figure threw up his hands in salutation, and cast himself two thousand feet into the foaming torrent which surrounded the fortress. “I have seventy thousand men–and women–throughout Asia, each one of them ready to do my bidding. Can your master, Malik Shah, say the same? And he asks me to surrender to his sovereignty! This is your answer….Go!”
The Fedayeen were called Hashshashin, because of their habitual use of hashish. Their Imam and warlord, al-Hassan bin Sabbah, used the drug and his well-stocked brothel, to induce young Muslims to terrorize, conquer, plunder, and assassinate others on his behalf. The drug was used to assuage the fedayeen conscience and the brothel was designed to be an incentive – suggestive of the virgins in paradise that awaited fallen jihadists.
Empire Within an Empire.
The Alborz Mountains, which rise to a maximum height of over six-thousand meters in the volcanic Mount Damavand, constitute a natural barrier between the Caspian and the plateau which constitutes Central Iran. This mountainous area is remote. It was presumably for this reason that many Shiite sects and fleeing Isma’ilis and other Islamic heretics had taken refuge in the mountain kingdom of ancient Daylam. The castle of Alamut, was the fortress retreat of Hasan bin Sabbah, the founder of the Hashshashin sect described by Marco Polo, who passed this way in 1271:
“In a beautiful valley, enclosed between two lofty mountains, he had formed a luxurious garden stored with every delicious fruit and every fragrant shrub that could be procured. Palaces of various sizes and forms were erected in different parts of the grounds, ornamented with works of gold, with paintings and with furniture of rich silks. By means of small conduits contained in these buildings, streams of wine, milk, honey and some of pure water were seen to flow in every direction. The inhabitants of these places were elegant and beautiful damsels, accomplished in the arts of singing, playing upon all sorts of musical instruments, dancing, and especially those of dalliance and amorous allurement. Clothed in rich dresses, they were seen continually sporting and amusing themselves in the garden and pavilions, their female guardians being confined within doors and never allowed to appear. The object which the chief had in view in forming a garden of this fascinating kind was this: that Mahomet having promised to those who should obey his will the enjoyments of Paradise, where every species of sensual gratification should be found, in the society of beautiful nymphs, he was desirous of it being understood by his followers that he also was a prophet and a compeer of Mahomet, and had the power of admitting to Paradise such as he should choose to favour. In order that none without his licence should find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and inexpungable castle to be erected at the opening to it, through which the entry was by a secret passage.”
Sabah’s mountain fortress was a hidden political empire within the borders of other empires. He ruled an invisible empire as great and as fearsome as any man before or since. His fedayeen warriors specialized in terrorizing the Abbasid elite, who after their victorious war with the Umayyad Caliphate has rejected Shia Islam and embraced Sunni Islam.
Note Marco Polo’s continued description of Hasan, the ‘Old Man of the mountains’ and the Hashshashin in 1273:
“The Old Man kept at his court such boys of twelve years old as seemed to him destined to become courageous men. When the Old Man sent them into the garden in groups of four, ten or twenty, he game them hashish to drink [sic]. They slept for three days, then they were carried sleeping into the garden where he had them awakened.
“When these young men woke, and found themselves in the garden with all these marvelous things, they truly believed themselves to be in paradise. And these damsels were always with them in songs and great entertainments; they; received everything they asked for, so that they would never have left that garden of their own will.”
And when the Old Man wished to kill someone, he would take him and say: ‘Go and do this thing. I do this because I want to make you return to paradise’. And the assassins go and perform the deed willingly.”
The Doctrine of Hasan bin Sabbah
The doctrines of Hasan’s Hashshashin are in essence, an Islamic Mystery Religion. The initiation rite invoved drugs and sexual pleasures and elaborate deception. Hasan began to attract young men from the surrounding countryside, between the ages of twelve and twenty: particularly those whom he marked out as possible material for the production of killers. The intiates were taken to Hasan’s mountain fortress, Alamut were they were drugged and placed into a luxurious garden designed to mimic Paradise.
Freemason Manly P Hall says this about them:
The sect of the Assassins, or the Yezidees as they are more generally known, demonstrated a rather interesting aspect of the drug problem. In the eleventh century this order, by capturing the fortress of Mount Alamont, established itself at Irak. Hassan Sabbah, the founder of the order, known as the “Old Man of the Mountain, ” is suspected of having controlled his followers by the use of narcotics. Hassan made his followers believe that they were in Paradise, where they would be forever if they implicitly obeyed him while they were alive. De Quincey, in his Confessions of an Opium Eater, describes the peculiar psychological effects produced by this product of the poppy, and the use of a similar drug may have given rise to the idea of Paradise which filled the minds of the Yezidees.
Iniation into the Assasin Cult
Students had to pass through nine degrees of initiation. In the first, the teachers threw their pupils into a state of doubt about all conventional ideas, religious and political. They used false analogy and every other device of argument to make the devotee believe that what he had been taught by his previous mentors was prejudiced and capable of being challenged. The effect of this, according to the Arab historian, Makrizi, was to cause him to lean upon the personality of the teachers, as the only possible source of the proper interpretation of facts. At the same time, the teachers hinted continually that formal knowledge was merely the cloak for hidden, inner and powerful truth, whose secret would be imparted when the youth was ready to receive it. This confusion technique was carried out until the student reached the stage where he was prepared to swear a vow of blind allegiance to one or other of his teachers.
The second degree took the form of initiation into the fact that the Imams were the true and only sources of secret knowledge and power. Imams inspired the teachers. Therefore the student was to acknowledge every saying and act of his appointed guides as blessed and divinely inspired.
In the third degree, the esoteric names of the Seven Imams were revealed, and the secret words by which they could be conjured and by which the powers inherent in the very repetition of their names could be liberated and used for the individual especially in the service of the sect.
In the fourth degree, the succession of the Seven Mystical Law-givers and magical personalities was given to the learner. These were characterized as Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, Mohammed and Ismail. There were seven mystical ‘helpers’: Seth, Shem, Ishmael, Aaron, Simon, Ali, and Mohammed, the son of Ismail. This last was dead, but he had a mysterious deputy, who was the Lord of the Time: authorized to give his instructions to the People of Truth, as the Ismailis called themselves. This hidden figure gave the Caliph the power to pretend that he was acting under even higher instructions.
The fifth degree named twelve apostles under the seven prophets, whose names and functions and magical powers were described. In this degree the power to influence others by means of personal concentration was supposed to be taught. One writer claims that this was done merely by the repetition, for a period of three years to train the mind, of the magical word AK-ZABT-I.
To obtain the sixth degree involved instruction in the methods of analytical argument, in which the postulant had to pass a stiff examination.
The seventh degree brought revelation of the Great Secret: that all humanity and all creation were one and every single thing was a part of the whole, which included the creative and destructive power. But, as an Ismaili, the individual could make use of the power which was ready to be awakened within him, and overcome those who knew nothing of the immense potential of the rest of humanity. This power came through the aid of the mysterious power called the Lord of the Time.
To qualify for the eighth degree, the aspirant had to believe that all religion, philosophy and the like were fraudulent. All that mattered was the individual, who could attain fulfillment only through servitude to the greatest developed power–the Imam.
The ninth and last degree brought the revelation of the secret that there was no such thing as belief: all that mattered was action. And the only possessor of the reasons for carrying out any action was the chief of the sect.
Noble Mystics of the Shrine
It is well known that many of the framers of the US Constitution were Masons and nearly all the US Presidents were either Masons or included prominent Masons in their administrations. Even the US capitol is architectually ‘Masonic.’ Many of our high level leaders in the USA are members of various secret societies.
Freemasonry is a secret society in the sense that its lower-ranking membership are unaware of the true motives and activities of the top tier membership. Freemasonry claims to trace its origins back to the Temple of Solomon, but these claims are unsubstantiated. Evidence shows that the group appeared sometime during the Middle Ages, most likely modeled upon heretical Islamic secret societies, such as the Assassins which we will go into in a moment.
From it’s inception, Freemasonry has been a powerful force behind-the-scenes of politics, religion and culture. Due to this fact alone, I believe Freemasonry is just a modern version of an older group(s).
Monothesism is the underpinning dogma of Freemasonry, belief in one god is required from every initiate, but his own concept of a Supreme Diety is left to their own discretion. At the highest levels, the god that is revered is Lucifer, championed by Albert Pike after the Civil War. In Pikes own words:
“The true and pure philosophic religion is the belief in Lucifer, the equal of Adonay; but Lucifer, God of Light and God of Good, is struggling for humanity against Adonay, the God of Darkness and Evil.”
Adonay, for those who don’t know, it one of the names of the God of Israel. The God of Israel in occult circles, such as Freemasonry, is viewed in a negative light and considered to be a god who enslaves humanity, whereas, Lucifer is the revealer of truth and light and illuminates the human soul.
High Level Freemasonry
The ancient Arabic order, known as Noble Mystics of the Shrine, known as Shriners is available to 32nd degree Freemasons. Egyptian Presidents Anwar Sadat and Gabal Nasser were both members of the Ancient Egyptian Order and the Noble Mystics of the Shrine.
The Shriner altar has a copy of the Koran instead of a Bible and the oath is taken kneeling before the Quran, sealed in the name of Allah:
“In willful violation thereof may I incur the fearful penalty of having my eyeballs pierced to the center with a three edged blade, my feet flayed and I be forced to walk the hot sands upon the sterile shores of the Red Sea until the flaming sun shall strike me with a livid plague, and may Allah, the god of Arab, Muslim and Mohammedan, the god of our fathers, support me to the entire fulfilment of the same.”
The Freemason initiate, regardless of their previous faith, takes an oath of allegiance to the god of the ancient Arabs and accepts Islam as the true path.
Shriners, are high level Freemasons of the 33rd degree and control those Masons below them. In truth, the Shrine is the Show Army of Masonry. They appear as altuistic benefactors but according to reformed high level Freemasons, they appear as angels of light on the surface, but below the surface is the abode of demons and darkness. As Shriners, they honor both the Muslim Allah and Freemason’s Lucifer.
One of the unique symbols of this change is the hat or cap which a Shriner wears called a fez. The fez is the visible symbol of Islamic Masonry. The fez is often decorated with a curved smitar used in Islam for beheading, a cresent moon representing Nanna the Sumerian moon god, and a star which represents Ishtar. The fez, also known as a tashboosh cap, has a bloody past and is a symbol of Islamic triumph over Christianity. Steve Quayle notes that the Moslem armies would dip them into the Christian blood running in the streets of vanquished cities.
It becomes clear as we look into the origins of Islam, particularly its split between the Sunni and Shia sects, that much of the tactics of todays terrorist derive from an aberrant form of Islamic religion. Radicalized Islam’s ideology was inherited through heretical elements, be they Kharijite or Hashshashin. The modern day fedayeen tactics deployed during the initial Muslim assault on Israel, in the Iranian Islamic Revolution, during the intafada’s in Israel, and then used during the opening days of the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, are merely those tactics of the ancient fundamentalist heretics of Islam.
The leaders of radical Islam still promote a belief in a special divine mission, entice young men with visions of 72 virgins in some erotic paradice. They engage in kidnap, ransom, arson, theft, the slave trade, drug traffiking, political assassination, and mass murder all in the name of Allah and Islam. Exalted leaders of radical Islam still worship the Imam’s and seek to fulfill their every word. Men such as Osama bin Laden inspire Muslim youth to do horrendous acts. Just as the devotee at Alamut flung himself off the mountain at the word of Sabbah, so too do todays radical Imams and clerics use those same occult powers that Sabbah employed to terrorize the world in order to advance their agenda.
These terrorist tell us that in the end they will win because they love death and we love life. How tragic. The God of Israel says that those who hate Him, love death. I would say, most average human beings love life over death, and in the end will choose HaShem over Allah.