The Muslim story of Muhammad’s travels to Medina is quite impressive. A modern-day comparison would be something like the British government unanimously appointing a penniless fugitive from Pakistan to the President of the Supreme Court one week after his arrival to the UK. It is quite a tale, as the story goes that Muhammad ran to Yathrib (later he renamed it Medina), after angering his own tribe. The enraged Meccanians pursued him, but Allah hid Muhammad, and the pursuing team ran close without noticing him. Once he arrived to Yathrib, the citizens of that city suddenly received him with joy, and the rulers madeÂ him a mediator betweenÂ two mainÂ rivaling clans and three main Jewish tribes, all of whom accepted Muhammad’s decisions as binding.
So according to the official Muslim version, two powerful pagan clans and three rich Jewish tribes all agreed that some guy, without money, without followers, a stranger who ran to Yathrib to save his life and humbly asked for what we would now call political asylum- in short, practically a beggar- would give them orders and accepted his decisions as final?
The reality was very different. Muhammad planned his immigration well in advance and came to Medina with abundant support already in place.
The truth is, Muhammad had begun contacting the tribal leaders of Medina long before moving there. He knew that ifÂ he gained the trust and support of the tribal leaders, he would have the trust and support of their tribes. Therefore,Â “whenever he heard of an arrival who had name and nobility among the Arabs, he would give special attentionÂ to him, summon him to G-d, andÂ offer him his message“Â in the hopes of creating a strong footing with the Arab elite.Â And he succeeded!
The list of his “clients” included the most influential families of Medina’s nobility. For example:“Suwayd b.Samit,Â the brother of the BanuÂ ’Amr b.’Awf, came to Mecca on the pilgrimage… Banu ‘Amr b.’Awf was an important clan of theÂ tribe al -Aws…When the messenger of G-d heard of his arrival, he was attentive to him andÂ summoned him to G-d and to Islam.”Â In our cynicalÂ time, these colorful Oriental metaphors of “being attentive” are called:Â buying off the local muscle.Â And this was exactly what Muhammad did, with a wonderful result:Â Muhammad entered Medina not as a miserable fugitive without money, power and supporters, but as a recognized leader who hadÂ bought off the local muscle inÂ order to establish hisÂ dominance, aÂ hakam, Wise Man, with hundreds of swords of two of the mightiest clans in Medina behind him.
The idea of using local “muscle” to establish Muslim dominance in a non-Muslim country was analyzed and developed by Islamic jurists under the name ofÂ “reconciliation of hearts.”Putting it simple, it’s a set of methods and tricks to gain a favorable opinion of Muslims among non-Muslims in non-Muslim countries through bribes, gifts and “favors.” The funds for bribing come from “Zakat,” alms, charity funds.Â Surah 9:60Â makes it quite clear: “The alms are only for the poor and those who collect them;Â and for those whose hearts are to be reconciled;Â and to free the captives; and for those in debt; and for the Cause of Allah (i.e., for Mujahideen, fighters in the “Holy War”); and for the wayfarer; a duty imposed by Allah. And Allah is All-Knower, All-Wise.”
For example, when a non-Muslim “embraces Islam,” he as a new convert would be granted a very good sum of money from “Zakat.” The principle of bribing the enemy through “reconciliation of hearts” is included in all Islamic jurisprudence manuals without exception.
So reconciliation of hearts is a method of infiltrating all kinds of institutions of the enemy in every field: health and welfare, security, business, politics, education and mass media, to win over the hearts of the public and silence the opponents who reveal the true intentions of Islam.
Putting it simple, Muslims seek journalists and politicians who are ready to praise Islam for money or for “favors.” And one must admit, they achieve very good results. TheÂ Saudi Arabia King Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud HandbookÂ contains numerous examples:
Former Saudi Ambassador to the US, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, was appointed head of Saudi intelligence in July 2012 (Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/faisal-abbas/how-saudi-arabias-plan-b-_b_3115146.html)
The Saudi Ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, boasting of his success cultivating “friends” among powerful Americans, said the following:Â “If the reputation then builds that the Saudis take care of friends when they leave office, you’d be surprised how much better friends you have who are just coming into office.”Â (Saudi Arabia King Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud Handbook)
Hume Horan, a former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia, made a very unusual confession for a diplomat about his former colleagues:Â “There have been some people who really do go on the Saudi payroll, and they work as advisers and consultants…”
TheÂ National ReviewÂ observes that the number of thoseÂ “who now push a pro-Saudi line is startling” and concludes that “no other posting pays such rich dividends once one has left it, provided one is willing to become a public and private advocate of Saudi interests.”
A National PostÂ analysis looked at five former US ambassadors to Saudi Arabia and found thatÂ “they have carved out a fine living insulting their own countrymen while shilling for one of the most corrupt regimes on Earth. If you closed your eyes while listening to their apologies, you would think the person talking held a Saudi passport.”
AÂ Washington PostÂ article provides insight into how the method of “reconciliation of hearts” works:Â “Americans who have worked with the Saudis in official capacities often remain connected to them when they leave public office, from former president George H.W. Bush, who has given speeches for cash in Saudi Arabia since leaving office, to many previous ambassadors and military officers stationed in the Kingdom. In some cases, these connections have been lucrative. Walter Cutler, who served two tours as the U.S. ambassador in Saudi Arabia, now runs Meridian International Center inÂ Washington, an organization that promotes international understanding through education and exchanges. Saudi donors have been ‘very supportive’ of theÂ center, Cutler said. [Edward] Walker, the former assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, is President of the Middle East Institute in Washington, which promotes understanding with the Arab world. Its board chairman is former Senator Wyche Fowler, ambassador to Riyadh in the second Clinton administration. Saudi contributions covered $200,000 of the institute’s $1.5 million budget last year, Walker said.”
Among prominent US politicians who received payoffs from Arabs were Jimmy Carter, Clark Clifford, John B. Connally and William E. Simon.
Payoffs can take more subtle forms. For example, a Muslim community can promise to vote for a certain political party or platform.Â Or the leaders of the community can order its members to buy food and beverages in certain shops, thus making the very survival of this shop dependant upon the Muslim customers.Â Of course this would guarantee a favorable reaction from such clusters that get support from Muslims, and they will be arguing that there can beÂ some misguided Muslims in Boston, but here in Stockton (or Phoenix, Manchester, Oslo, etc.) we have onlyÂ good and peaceful people.
“Peaceful” Muslims. (Source: http://juicyecumenism.com/2012/09/18/religiously-embracing-anti-blasphemy-laws/)
Muslims do not make any secret of their policy.Â The plan of infiltrating the social, economic and political institutions of Europe was published in the 1980s by the Islamic Council of Europe.Â This strategy is also described in detail in “The Muslim Societies in non-Muslim Countries.” The results…Well,Â if you live in a European country, from Sweden and Great Britain to Spain and Greece, justÂ look around. Look at the growth of mega-mosques financed by Saudi Arabia and UAE. And the attack on Christianity in general and those who dare say a word against Islam in particular, starting with the Pope.
More examples are the attacks on Christian churches and their ministers in Muslim enclaves in European cities. Halal meat shops all over and halal meat in schools, prisons, hospitals and even in public canteens. Excluding pork from the menu in Swedish and British schools. The dithyrambs to Islam sung by the mass media in the UK, especially the BBC… MuhammadÂ´s strategy still works!
But the starting point for the implementation of this strategy is immigration, and not just any, butÂ MuslimÂ immigration.Â Without immigration, there would be no people to infiltrate the installations of the enemy. That is whyÂ immigration for Muslims IS A MUST.
By: Y.K. Cherson