9a. North Africa between 600 and 900:
Byzantine Jesus Fantasy Christianity - Muhammad
Fantasy Islam is NOT present
[A saying of a Fantasy Jesus in a North African
Muhammad Fantasy mosque - Muhammad Fantasy Islam
steals the saying omitting the Fantasy Jesus]
Fantasy]] Muslim propaganda is going like
"[[Muhammad Fantasy]] Muslims invaded Spain
not as aggressors or suppressors, but as
Maryam Noor Beig 
In a North African [[Muhammad Fantasy]] mosque 
 Scharwas: Gebel Nafusa
we read the following saying:
"We believe in [[a Fantasy]] God and what
has been sent down to us and what has been sent down
to [[Fantasy]] Abraham and to [[Fantasy]] Ishmael,
[[Fantasy]] Isaac and [[Fantasy]] Jacob and to the
[[Fantasy]] tribes, and what has been given to
[[Fantasy]] Moses and [[Fantasy]] Jesus and what was
given to the [[Fantasy]] prophets by their
[[Fantasy]] Lord. We make no difference between them
and we are forsaken to [[a Fantasy]] God."
We find the same verse later in the [[Muhammad
Fantasy]] Quran, but with one difference: the mention
of [[Fantasy]] Jesus is missing. No wonder, the saying
does not come from a [[Muhammad Fantasy]] "mosque",
but from a "masjid".
[Supplement: Masjid = mosque - this
differenciation seems to be an insider
differenciation which eve Mossad Wikipedia does not
present - link]
[Jesus Fantasy Christian-Aramaic inscriptions in
The well-known al-Azhar University in Fustat (Cairo)
goes back to the Ibadites and their Syro-Aramaic
roots. The word of "Azhar" is by no means Arabic, but
this is an Aramaic word and means "light".
[Christian coin sayings were stolen for
Muhammad Fantasy Quran]
From the time of Ibn Nusair many coins are preserved.
They are written in Latin and bear inscriptions like:
"Non est deus nisi unus cui non est alius
similis, deus eternus deus magnus deus omnium
("[[Fantasy]] God is great and almighty creator of
"Non est deus nisi unus cui non socius alius
("[[Fantasy]] God is the only one, and nobody is put
aside to him").
"In nomine domini misericordis".
("In the name of the merciful [[Fantasy]] God").
Translating these Latin saying into Arabic one can
detect these sayings in the so-called "Basmallha", ie.
the opening formula of the grand majority of
[[Muhammad Fantasy]] Suras.
[The Jesus Fantasy Byzantine tax year and Latin
coins in North Africa - Mecca did not exist
yet, Tariq is invented]
The times indicated on the coins follow the [[Jesus
Fantasy]] Byzantine tax year ("feritus in Africa
indictione ..."). Why? Were there reasons of
internationality? Or should have been the tax
authorities in Byzantium yet 10 years after the
invented coup of Tariq? What is clear is that there is
no time indication according to the Hijrah calendar of
an Arab [[Fake]] prophet, ie. "Africa" had not been
converted into "Ifriquiya" yet [p.187].
Of course now comes the question why a leading
representative of [[Fake Fantasy]] prophet Muhammad
was coining coins in Latin, because coining coins is
an enormously important medium of legitimacy, of
demonstration of power and of all the political
And there is the question coming up why a follower of
the [[Fake Fantasy]] prophet was using the [[Jesus
Fantasy]] Byzantine calendar and not the Hijrah
calendar of the [[Fake Fantasy]] prophet which should
count as the only calendar with the initial date of
622 for all [[Muhammad Fantasy]] Muslims. (Well, in
the documents of that time there is nowhere any date
following the Hijrah calendar).
And there is the question coming up why the
inscriptions on the coins had early [[Jesus Fantasy]]
Christian [[poem]] formulas. These are Latin
translations of Greek precursors which were translated
into Arabic, and not vice versa as the [[Muhammad
Fantasy Muslim]] tradition claims.
And the question arises, why the inscriptions on the
coins have primitive Christian formulas. They are
Latin translations of Greek precursors that have been
translated into Arabic, and not vice versa, as
tradition has it.
The classification of these coins as [[Muhammad
Fantasy]] Islamic is completely arbitrary and there is
not one single proof for that.
[Star coins in North Africa]
Some North African coins (and later Spanish) carried a
star. Maybe this is the [[Fantasy]] "Star of
Bethlehem", another possibility is mentioned in
discussions that these coins are of Punic origin. But
[[Muhammad Fantasy]] Islam never had a star as a
symbol, this is not a symbol which proves [[Muhammad
Fantasy]] Islam. Also with the Spanish coins of the
first half of the 9th century are not at all
[[Muhammad Fantasy]] Islamic patterns.
It is probably the "Star of Bethlehem", another
possibility discussed is a Punic origin. A symbol of
Islam, which would almost prove its presence, is
certainly not the star. Even the Spanish coins of the
first half of the 9th century were by no means Islamic
[Remark: Fantasy "Star of Bethlehem"
was an UFO
[No archaeological traces of Muhammad Fantasy
Islamic occupation since 622 - secondary sources are
presented as primary sources]
Fantasy "Star of Bethlehem" is said having shone
during 3 days, so this was certainly not a comet,
but this was an UFO fantasy. People from Ica and
Nasca in Peru where is the center of the
extraterrestrials of the world can see such UFOs in
the night sky from time to time, they are shining as
strong as a sun, but they show themselves only to
There are no documents about a Muhammad Fantasy
Islamic conquest [[of North Africa]], no facts, no
findings, no writings with clear dates from this time.
Considering research nobody claims that in fact - only
latter secundary sources of latter times are claiming
that, and many latter historians claim [[that too]],
and just these historians rate secundary sources from
Arab popular literature as primary sources [p.188].