Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:

An excellent presentation on the history and development of Islamic violence in South Thailand, where persecution and execution of Buddhists occur on a daily basis.

The Islamic Crusades series was created by the author to provide a counterpoint to the Christian Crusades. His goal was to remind a self-loathing West that our alleged sins are not to blame for the Islamic aggression we see today. Thus far he has  covered episodes in the Middle Ages that took place parallel to the Crusades, in which Muslims embarked upon Jihad and committed atrocities against Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians. A second means to the same conclusion is to expose situations in which Muslims are in conflict with non-Western peoples. These conflicts are isolated from the baggage of Christianity, the Crusades, European colonialism and the other canards that apologists cite to excuse Muslim violence against the West, yet they unfold in much the same…

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