Re: Macron’s endorsing, defending of hate speech and Islamophobic propaganda in France

Jabir ibn Hayyan – the father of chemistry, a notable student of the sixth Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (left), father of chemistry, and Al-Khwarizmi (right), who invented modern algebra. (Scannable with Artivive)

by Ahmed Khan, Founder, The Rahnuma Daily
Editor-In-Chief (therahnuma.com)
editor@therahnuma.com

(RAHNUMA) The French, who are proud to claim they descend from Neanderthals, copied and appropriated their entire civilization from the Canaanite Arab builders of Baalbek. The leader of this civilization which was built as essentially a huge copyright infringement, has the nerve to endorse, not tolerate, but endorse slander against the father of the Arab Islamic Golden Age, and its sole mastermind and its cause, salutations and blessings upon him, without any regard for the sentiments of its Muslim citizens?

For centuries following the fall of Rome, Western Europe was backward and benighted, locked into the Dark Ages and barely able to tell the time of day. Arab culture, however, was thriving, and had become a powerhouse of intellectual exploration and discussion that dazzled the likes of British adventurer Adelard of Bath.

The Arabs could measure the earth’s circumference (a feat not matched in the West for eight hundred years); they discovered algebra; were adept at astronomy and navigation, developed the astrolabe, translated all the Greek scientific and philosophical texts including, importantly, those of Aristotle. Without them, and the knowledge that travelers like Adelard brought back to the West, Europe would have been a very different place over the last millennium.

The House of Wisdom (Arabic: بيت الحكمة‎, romanized: Bayt al-Ḥikmah), also known as the Grand Library of Baghdad, refers to either a major Abbasid public academy and intellectual center in Baghdad or to a large private library belonging to the Abbasid Caliphs during the Islamic Golden Age.

The Prophet Muhammad is the cause, father and creator of the Arab civilization which civilized Europe and gave it the knowledge it needed to elevate itself to where it stands today.

The Prophet is their Pride, literally titled ‘Ezz el Arab’, or the Pride of the Arabs.

The first castle built in Europe was built in France two centuries AFTER Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi was built by followers of the Prophet. Al-Gharbi is located 80 km south-west of Palmyra on the Damascus road in Syria, is a twin palace of Qasr al-Hayr al-Sharqi, built by the Umayyad caliph Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik in 727 CE.

While I am grateful to France for all it has contributed of beauty, arts, knowledge and even romance to human civilization, this official endorsing of ugliness by its elected government is unnecessary, and hurtful.

It definitely symbolizes the utter collapse of the previously envied quality traits of their civilization and Republic.

The universal laws defend the innocent, and the Seal of Prophets salutations and blessings upon him is innocent here from their slander and libel.

Hence, the entire universe will turn against this government in France, and its supporters for its slander and libel, like it turned against the terrorists who committed crimes in the name of Islam as well.

As oppose to slandering the father and cause of the Arab Golden Age which basically was the mother of all modern human civilization, the French and other ignoramuses who support this slander ought to read what academics write about the Arab Islamic civilization. They should recognize the Holy Prophet’s role as the sole catalyst and cause behind all modern civilization, because of his role in giving life to the Arab Islamic Golden Age, and hence, instead of being ingrates, express their gratitude to him for what he started.

Al-Haytham (left), who figured out how light travels. Ibn-Sina (middle), who lay the foundation for modern medicine and Ibn-Rushd (right), the father of western philosophy. (Scannable with Artivive)

Ahmed Khan is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief & Publisher of The Rahnuma Daily (theRahnuma.com), the online English daily edition of The Rahnuma-E-Deccan Daily (ReDD), India’s oldest Urdu daily print newspaper established in 1921. More than 81.1 million Indians identify Urdu as their language, and as per the annual INA (Indian Newspapers Association) report, ReDD ranks among the top 5 most widely circulated and read Urdu daily print newspapers throughout India. Ahmed resides in Hyderabad at his maternal ancestral home and can be contacted at, @editor_therahnuma, editor@therahnuma.com

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