|May 15th, 2007||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Al-Murabitun: Concealed [White] racialism & eugenics through Islam (incl. video)
Controversial, radical and ... misunderstood.
Concealed racialism at its best, the most radical, controversial and secretive approach ever. Regardless, of course, wheter Islam should have any place in Europe. It isn't purely about Islam, more Islam as a means. Either way, please read on.
Let's start with a brief history and etymology... In plain language, al-Murābitūn - loosely implemented in a more usable English form: ‘the Murābits’. The term Murābit is derrived from the Berber dynasty the same name as the movement, al-Murābitūn. It reigned from aproximately modern-day Mauretania to Andalusia, in nowadays' Spain.
The ancient Berber nation of Mauretania, which presumably was the root where the term ‘Moor’ derrived from, was allegedly the first nation state in history with racial policies. It was thus a Moorish empire, which at the time was Berber. Berbers being a people of Caucasoid stock, back then presumably racially White mediterranean, and notable for having become Muslims as they were recorded in our Western history. Needless to say, Western history always stressed religion more than race during that reign over the Moorish Andalusia and other occupied parts of Europe.
The Murābits of today form a racialist and eugenicist Islamic movement, or sect, with Hilterian tendencies. It was started by the former Scottish actor Ian Neil Dallas, since his conversion to Islam better known as Šeykh `Abd al-Qadr as-Sufi [شیخ عبد القادر السوفي]. The movement was [openly] known under different names as well, such as ‘The Society of Islam’ in Great Britain.
In the early days of al-Murabitun of its members are, or used to be, Indo-Europids [Whites] and have a strong antipathy for capitalism and a strong sympathy for national socialism, particularly as Adolf Hitler defined it. Not sure if it ever was the case, but [some of] the Murābits tend to regard Hitler as a prophet; or they used to, that's not entirely clear. Nonetheless, it's still rather interesting if you'd ask me.
The movement of al-Murābitun has existed over aproximately twenty years by now and recently it has been involved in Latin America, and Mexico in particular, in a conversion campaign and other missionary work. This has even been noted by Der Spiegel, BBC and several press agencies.
Below is what Wikipedia wrote about al-Murābitūn. As can be expected from Wikipedia, it's only half the truth...
Here are some interesting quotes from several newspaper articles, mostly from the local Scottish newspaper, Scotland on Sunday. It all used to be hosted on the šarī`a [شريعة] endorsing egalitarian site Cyber Ummah web-site as a downloadable PDF file, but isn't available anymore since the site has gone off-line some time ago. I still have the PDF, if people are interested I can upload it.
Anyway, here are some quotes.
Some interesting reads:
Since the site of Cyber Ummah went offline the video about the Norwich Ihsan mosque wasn't available anymore, but now it is again.
The video is about a little ‘scandal’ that went on in the mid and late 1990s, where the Murābits didn't allow non-White muslims to enter their mosque. Locally it has caught quite some attention, albeit mostly among muslims, and internationally - in the Arab and other medias of the Islamic world - it was mentioned as well.
Either way, it's quite interesting, so please watch it.
(The video is brought to you by Pâke Nezhâd [پاکے نژاد], gathered from archive footage from 1995).
Recent stories and news articles about the movement of al-Murābitūn give strongly the impression that the movement has given up its racialist and eugenicist overall stance, although I can't personally confirm any of it. Regardless wheter the movement still exists as it once was - or, rather, as it once was meant to be - it was and still is an interesting movement, certainly one with a highly unorthodox approach...