| NOT so great britain's Guardian claims Arabic in Renaissance painting shows “deep connection between Europe and Islam”
| Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Jihad Watch : The writing in the halos is actually not Arabic, but Pseudo-Kufic:
Renaissance-era Europeans thought that the Arabic script was that which
was used in Jesus’ time, so they thought that they were lending some
historical authenticity to their representations by including some
characters that resembled Arabic.
That is all that is going on in
Gentile da Fabriano’s “Adoration of the Magi,” but Kenan Malik, writing
in the Guardian, would have you believe that this painting demonstrates
“a willingness, too, to reach beyond the otherness of Islam and to see
the Muslim world not as demonic or exotic but as a variant of the
And that is his objective, and that of the Guardian: to pull the wool
over the eyes of Britons and Europeans, so that they become more
accepting of the mass Muslim migrant influx. Sure, there is jihad, and
there are Muslim rape gangs, and skyrocketing crime rates due to
migrants, but look! There was a “deep connection between Europe and
Islam” during the Renaissance. Islam has always been “a variant of the
European experience”! So get used to it!
Islam has indeed, at least since the early eighth century, been “a
variant of the European experience” — the variant that included violence
against non-Muslims, and their subjugation as dhimmis under the rule of
Sharia. I show this in immense detail in my book The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS. Don’t be lulled into complacency by the historical lies of Kenan Malik and the Guardian: click here to preorder The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS.
“Look at art for the deep connection between Europe and Islam,” by Kenan Malik, , July 8, 2018 : Read all the BULLSHIT here in the Guardian.............
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 9:22 PM