History of Jihad against the Italians in Rome & Sicily (812 -1571)

The fierce struggle of how the Franks, Normans, Venetians and the Knights of Malta doughtily faced the Arabs and the Turkish Jihadis on land and sea, finally defeating them in both theaters..

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Man kan for eksempel læse om islams regler for dhimmier, dvs. ikke-muslimer der lever under islamisk styre. Det som mange vestlige forskere kalder ‘fredelig sameksistens præget af tolerance og religionsfrihed.’

“The inhabitants of the Sicilian cities that had surrendered without fighting could keep on practising the Christian religion but:
– they had to bring identification marks on their suits and on their houses;
– they had to pay more taxes (Jaziya);
– they could not occupy positions that entailed authority over the Muslims;
– they could not marry a Muslim (but a Muslim could marry a Christian);
– they could not build new churches;
– they could not ring Church bells;
– they could not organize processions;
– they could not read the Bible within the earshot of a Muslim;
– they could not drink wine;
– they had to get up when a Muslim entered the room;
– they had to let the Muslims pass first in the public road;
– they could not bear weapons;
– they could not ride horses;
– they could not saddle their mules;
– they could not build great houses as those of the Muslims.
The Christian women could not have access to the baths.”

1 Kommentar

  1. Stillet overfor sådanne betingelser, så forekommer reglerne for Holocaust som et sandt must.
    Verden har ikke set det sidste Holocaust, hvis den vestlige Verden skal bestå.


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