The present day Mecca is the culmination of 1,400 years of Arab conquest, slaughter, looting and genocide of a complete people. These photographs from late 1800’s indicate how extensive the Arab slaughter must have been in Mohammed’s time to result in an empty desert out of a major bustling and active religious center in pre-Islamic times, before falling into Muslim control under an invented religion.
Allah said, ‘No Prophet before Muhammad took booty from his enemy nor prisoners for ransom.’ Muhammad said, ‘I was made victorious with terror. The earth was made a place for me to clean. I was given the most powerful words. Booty was made lawful for me. I was given the power to intercede. These five privileges were awarded to no prophet before me.’” — Ishaq:326
Yatrib was the original (Jewish) name of the pre-Islamic Medina. And the ancient name for Mecca was Bakkah (also transliterated Baca, Baka, Bakah, Bakka, Becca, Bekka, etc.). In the Bible Mecca is identified as the “valley of Baca” from Psalms 84. The (looted) Quranic passage using the form Bakkah says: “The first sanctuary appointed for mankind was that at Bakkah, a blessed place, a guidance for the peoples.” Other references to Mecca in the Quran (6:92, 42:5) call it Umm al-Qura, meaning “mother of all settlements.” Bakkah is where Hagar and Ishmael (Ismā’īl) settled after being taken by Abraham (Ibrāhīm) to the wilderness, a story related in the Bible’s Book of Genesis (21:14-21).
Ibn Ishaq, the 8th century Arab Muslim historian, relates that during the renovation of Kaaba undertaken by prophet Muhammad, in 605 CE, the Quraysh found an inscription in one of the corners of the foundation of the building that mentions Bakkah. Composed in Syriac, it was incomprehensible to the Quraysh until a Jew translated it for them as follows:
“I am Allah, the Lord of Bakka. I created it on the day I created heaven and earth and formed the sun and the moon, and I surrounded it with seven pious angels. It will stand while its two mountains stand, a blessing to its people with milk and water.”
Writing in the Encyclopedia of Islam, Wensinck identifies Mecca with a place called Macoraba mentioned by Ptolemy. His text is believed to date from the second century A.D., about 400 years before the coming of Muhammad. In her book, Islam: A Short History, Karen Armstrong asserts that the Kaaba was dedicated to Hubal, a Nabatean deity, and contained 360 idols that either represented the days of the year or were effigies of the Arabian pantheon. But this pantheon came most likely from pre-Islamic times. Once a year, tribes from all around the Arabian peninsula, whether Jewish, Christian or pagan, would converge on Mecca to perform the Hajj. The photographs show Roman Christian, Hindu and Jewish influence surviving in the region over 14 centuries after Mohammed’s death.
Mecca (Bakka) Was An Active Place Of Idol Worship pre-Mohammed
Many people don’t know that all of Saudi Arabia was conquered and occupied by Mohammed during violent and brutal raids under Mohammed’s new pet-religion, Islam. This religion was used as a war strategy (common in the middle ages, also used by Timur in wars and invasions) to get access to foreign areas and countries and forced onto people who were taken slaves and subjugated under the ideology.
Muslims prefer to rewrite history to give their incubus faith more validity as a creation of Muhammed by claiming there was “no evidence” that Mecca existed pre-Islamic times, and was thus created and originated by Muhammed himself. But history contradicts this explanation. Islam is the youngest religion in the world and Arabia was fully occupied by it’s original inhabitants before Arab invasion, slaughter, slavery and conquest. Many fragments from the Quran comes from other much older religions.
There is evidence of Roman rule in northern Arabia dating to the reign of Caesar Augustus (27 BCE – 14 CE). During the reign of Tiberius (14–37 CE), the already wealthy and elegant north Arabian city of Palmyra, located along the caravan routes linking Persia with the Mediterranean ports of Roman Syria and Phoenicia, was made part of the Roman province of Syria. The area steadily grew further in importance as a trade route linking Persia, India, China, and the Roman Empire.
The desert frontier of Arabia Petraea was called by the Romans the Limes Arabicus. As a frontier province, it included a desert area of northeastern Arabia populated by the nomadic Saraceni.
Picture of Allat moon goddess of war, death and devils, riding a camel: The origin of the name Allah? Allah was associated with companions, whom pre-Islam Arabs considered as subordinate deities. Meccans held that a kind of kinship existed between Allah and the jinn (evil spirit). Allat is an alternative name of the Mesopotamian goddess of the underworld, now usually known as Ereshkigal. She was reportedly also venerated in Carthage under the name Allatu.
The Quran Was Not Written By An Illiterate Muhammed. It Was Compiled Booty
During pre-Islamic times Bakka (Mecca) was a very active place of worship for Jews, Christians and Pagans (pagans are described as Hindus in old Indian texts. The black vagina shaped stone in Mecca is very similar to Hindu idol worship). Mohammed only ‘discovered’ his new ideology when he was 50-years of age and decided from then on to declare himself a prophet. Up to that point he had acquired a terrible reputation everywhere as a terror: a lawless and cruel dacoit who would steal and pillage from anyone who came in his path.
It is noteworthy that the history of northern India is studded with the names of notorious outlaw dacoits who roam the hills in the name of Kali, the black goddess of death, robbing the rich (kali – black goddess of death). Could this been the influence behind the black stone in the Kaaba? Was Kali the chosen goddess for dacoits?
As a result of their criminality and terrible reputation Mohammed and his men were denied accommodation whenever pass by with their raiding caravans through the towns and cities.
During these raids, it would be quite evident to conclude that Mohammed’s loot contained inventions, wealth, artifacts, and pieces of texts from various other religions and superstitions that existed at that time. Later, new sections like the Hadith, Sirat, etc., were added to complete the texts into the Qur’an we know today. The most authentic form of Islam is therefore all the additions describing Muhammad’s deeds and life. The rest belongs to other religions much older than Islam. Because Mohammed looted whatever he could come across from many sects and religions of the holiest city of that age, he described his loot as ‘the ultimate and greatest religion’. Meaning all the religions piled into one book, plus his own addition as the new prophet.
The idol worship in Mecca: the vagina shaped black stone, resembling Hindu yoni idols that predated Islam by several thousand years (click to enlarge)
Islam’s black stone vagina idol worship in Mecca, resembling the ancient Hindu idol
The old cover for Islam’s black vagina idol now held in a museum in Mecca (1950).
The Hindu black shiva linga in the black stone yoni (vagina) resembling the Muslim idol in Mecca. The linga represents male power and the yoni female power.
Booty Gave Illiterate Tribal Arabs Religious, Medical And Legal Knowledge And Inventions
Mecca contained over 360 idols installed within the inner sanctuary before Muhammed’s conquest and slaughter of its inhabitants. In Mohammed’s booty he also acquired items of art and inventions from other people, including legal and medical knowledge of the time, such as Greek, Roman, pagan (Indian) and Jewish inventions and items originating from trade relations with the Orient. These inventions have today been wrongly attributed to Islam and the Arabs although they have no origin from the Arabs at all.
Since the original Koran is a book of compiled looted material it can explain other findings of its origin and why Mohammed is not a part of the main content of the Quran. Historians have repeatedly mentioned that even the earliest Koran is unorganized, has no particular storyline and is endlessly contradictory. The Qura’n is nothing but the gain of booty and explains why the oldest Koran in the world contain fragments of many dialects and languages, put into one book. Historians claim that the Koran can never have passed on orally, a Muslim claim, because this would not be possible with such mixture of dialects and languages in a single piece of work. In addition, Mohammed was an orphan Arab desert bedouine who was completely illiterate and breast fed on the milk of a slave, meaning he may have been adopted by a slave. The Arabian sections of the Quran confirm that he certainly had no education or upbringing for any particular knowledge. He was basically a hard, rugged tribal criminal who sustained himself on crimes.
Note: Note the roman influence in the building of the picture below from the Roman occupation of pre-Islamic Mecca, and the strong Hindu influence of the woman dressed as a deity. Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world and must certainly have existed in ancient Mecca along with Judaism and Christianity. Traces of strong Hindu influence can be found in Afghanistan and Persia.
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