The "Cathedral Dispute" of al Andalus

Dispute? What Dispute?

There is no ‘dispute’. There are false claims made by Mohammedan supremacists. Al Jizz, the propaganda arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, will keep beating the drum for that mythical Islamic ‘golden age’, where Christians, Muslims and Jews all  sang ‘kumbaya’ together. And why should they give up their idiotic claims when the West crumbles under the Mohammedan invasion?

Just a reminder:

There never were 16oo mosques in Cordoba. It never had 900 public baths. There never was a “Moorish culture”.  There never was a library that held 400.000 books. Islam never cared for books other than the Koran.

Muslims and Catholics in cathedral dispute

Spain’s Roman Catholic church has applied for exclusive ownership of the former mosque, now the Cordoba Cathedral.

Applied? Applied to whom? Why would that even be necessary?

One of Spain’s most important historical sites is caught in a dispute over its Christian and Muslim past.

The Cordoba Cathedral was once a mosque, but the Roman Catholic church wants exclusive ownership of the site. The city’s Muslims say it would be a rewrite of their shared history.

Al Jazeera’s Sonia Gallego reports from Cordoba, Spain.


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  1. The pre‐Islamic provenance of the mosque of Cordoba


    This book represents twenty years of thought and research on perhaps the greatest Islamic monument in Spain- the Mosque of Cordoba. The unfolding of the mystery of its origin goes back to Atlantis when an era of world civilization made possible the birth of a community called Tartessos in Andalusia. This sophisticated society welcomed the trading Phoenicians in the 12th century BC.

    Together they designed and built essentially the structure that Islam adapted to their use as a mosque in the 8th century AD. But new evidence gathered by the architect, Marvin Mills, fails to support this contention as we examine the architecture and history of the building and realize that another provenance is indicated.

    Even the orientation of he mosque is suspect as it fails to orient to Mecca.

    And Carbon-14 dating indicates a much older attribution. Revelations such as these will make it impossible to continue as usual in the progress of the field of Spanish architecture, Phoenicians in the West, the reality of Atlantis without dealing with this new approach.

    Insights into the famous Alhambra in Granada and Madina Azahara, the palace-city outside of Cordoba, add to the new perspective by challenging their origins as well.

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