Charles Battenberg very well could be his name if he were to renounce all that comes with his royal upbringing. But we all know that’ll never happen.
The man who one day will inherit the title of “(Insert here royal name to be determined later), by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of His other Realms and Territories, King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith” isn’t quite sure which Faith he’s suppose to defend.
Perhaps being more comfortable with the nomenclature of Sultan Tsharlz (السلطان تشارلز) of Englistan, the Breitbart news portal is reporting that the heir apparent is using the Royal Christmas Message to the Empire to admonish British Christians to contemplate the trials and tribulations of poor Muhammad as he went seeking “freedom for himself and his followers to worship.”
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While Charles was tapped to deliver the Christmas greeting due to an ailing Queen Elizabeth, for the most part his message was rather generic, if not downright dull.
The future King spent much of his short radio appearance discussing the persecution of Christians without going so far as to name the main source of this persecution — radical Islam.
But it was when Charles took a dip into the Muslim end of the pool when his warm and fuzzy retelling of history leans quite hard towards the fuzzy end. As HRH stated;
And we might also remember that when the prophet Muhammad migrated from Mecca to Medina he was seeking the freedom for himself and his followers to worship.
Amazingly enough, the Cambridge University-educated Charles somehow forgot that during the founding of Islam, Muhammad’s escape from the militantly anti-Muslim pagans of Mecca was at the expense of Medina’s Jews and Arab-Christians.
Prior to Muhammad’s move to Medina, the city was populated by three Jewish tribes; the Banu Qaynuqa, the Banu Nadir, and the the Banu Qurayza. There was also a prominent Persian-Zoroastrian community along with a growing number of Arab-Christians.
As noted by TheReligionOfPeace.com;
Muhammad and his band of immigrants arrived in Medina in 622 completely dependent on the hospitality of the three Jewish tribes that lived there alongside the Arabs. In less than two years, two of the tribes that had welcomed him, the Banu Qaynuqa and the Banu Nadir would be evicted, losing their land and their wealth to the Muslims as soon as their guests gained the power to conquer and confiscate. Muhammad accomplished this by deftly exploiting his opponents divisions.
The prophet of Islam chose the order of the doomed tribes carefully. He knew that the other two tribes would not come to the assistance of the first, for example, since they had been aligned against one another in a recent conflict. He also knew that the third would not assist the second – due to a dispute over “blood money.”
The last tribe to remain was the Banu Qurayza. Like the others, the Qurayza were a peaceful community of farmers and tradesmen who eventually surrendered to Muhammad without a fight. Although the prophet of Islam had been wise enough not to order the wholesale slaughter of the first two tribes following their defeat (which certainly would have stiffened the resistance of the Qurayza), there was no practical reason for Muhammad to repress his genocidal urges once the last tribe had surrendered their wealth and power.
Over 800 surrendered men and boys (and at least one woman) from the Qurayza tribe were beheaded by the prophet of Islam in a bloodbath that is of acute embarrassment to today’s Muslim apologists. It is an episode that is not only completely at odds with the idea that Islam is a peaceful religion, but also the claim that it is the heir to Christianity, since even that religion’s most dedicated critics could hardly imagine Jesus and his disciples doing such a thing.
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