When The Moors Ruled In Europe

A long but fascinating program detailing Islam’s contributions to science, learning and culture to Europe during the Dark Ages.

  1. #1 by Druid on 03/31/2011 - 9:34

    This is absolutely true.

    Just take our numerical system. Arabic.

    Take the Baghdad academy leader Harun Al-Rashid. His contribution to modern science is extremely underestimated.

    In philosophy: Avicenna, Averroes… All Muslims… They brought a revolution in abstract thinking and natural science. We owe them not only astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, but also the last remnants of ancient astrology and gnostic wisdom (there are many parallels between gnosis and islam, even between manicheaism and islam).

    Who gave us Aristotle? After all his works were wiped off the map, Aristotle came back to Europe through the Arabs (who got it from the Syrians).

    As much as I’m pro-Nordic, I have to recognize how much the Western civilisation owes to the Arabs (and especially Arab Muslims). As much as I believe that the Runes are older than the semitic or phoenician alphabet (contrary to the opinion so-called “experts”), as much I have to recognize that it was in Baghdad that this natural science and abstract thinking upon which our modern civilization is based came to the world. The anglo world being very materialistic, turned this natural science into modern materialistic thought. Look at the British, how meticulous, who they count and weight everything like archivists.

    I always suspected there was something of a higher significance behind the heist and pillage of the greatest museums of Baghdad. I sensed there was something of amuch deeper meaning going on. I sensed that the Zionists had to erase all traces of how much western civilization is indebted to the Arab world at large and to this great civilization that reigned in this region in particular. They had to erase the evidence of our ties to this arab civilization, so that they could rewrite history the way they want to, and more specifically, to justifiy their doctrine of everlasting War of the West against Islam and the Arab world as a whole.

  2. #2 by funky d on 04/01/2011 - 9:34

    just do an internet search for 20 things invented by muslims to realise the benificial impact that these inventions had on the human race.

  3. #3 by B.A.Frémaux-Soormally on 04/01/2011 - 9:34

    Listen to SERAFIN FANJUL GARCIA (Autonomus University of Madrid) at the very end!

  4. #4 by kp on 09/06/2011 - 9:34

    The moors were black Muslims do a google search for ( moors of Europe )

  5. #5 by itisi on 05/24/2012 - 9:34


  6. #6 by miste on 06/25/2012 - 9:34

    Moors weren’t black, otherwise Spanish people would be of mixed race, like mulatos. Moors were just dark, they came from North Africa, that heritage you can see in Spain, southern Italy, etc. where many people have olive skin and black hair. Otherwise we would be much lighter looking.

  7. #7 by Yehochanan on 07/13/2012 - 9:34

    Actually, the DNA of the Spanish and Portuguese is 35% Sub-Saharan African. The European DNA is from the invaders from northern Europe, such as the Visigoths. Then, they also mixed with the Ottomans. They are a new civilization. The Spanish and Portuguese languages are barely 1000 years old…invented AFTER the Moors ruled Spain. And just as the language includes mixture of languages, so do the people contain a mixture of peoples.

    The point is…the Moors were what we would call “Black” today and were simply “lightened-up” through miscegenation. There are many pictures of the Moors, who ranged from African in looks to what a modern Arab looks like today and the whole range in-between.

  8. #8 by Marco White on 04/20/2013 - 9:34

    this is BS, Moors were BLACK not arabic..

  9. #9 by blackcezar on 08/29/2013 - 9:34

    The moors were black . Blacks built and ruled ancient Egypt which was called Kemet . Kemet means black land. The arabs didn’t come till later. And black moors also conquered southern italy or Sicily that’s how they got dark . Do your research don’t believe the hype

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