Friday, January 6, 2006

846 A.D.: Muslims Sack Rome

The Legacy of Jihad, a book edited by Andrew G. Bostom, lifts the veil again on Islam and reveals the dirty laundry that guilty white liberals purposely cover up or refuse to report on. The book explains what jihad means historically and accurately, and the terrible legacy it has let on the world. One fine example is the sacking of Rome by the Muslims in 846 A.D. The Muslim invaders arrived in a fleet at the mouth of the Tiber, made their way to Rome, sacked the city, and carried away from the basilica of St. Peter all of the gold and silver it contained. This was not a 'one time' event. They conquered, raped, and pillaged Sicily, Taranto, Bari, Brindisi, and Beneveto. The Muslims mercilessly attacked Naples, Calabria, Capua, and Sardinia several times. They also put the sword to Montecassino. A pretty revealing book for the Church historian buff. For the rest of the article click here.


Franze said...

I would like to read that book.

Tito said...

Check out, they may have a Spanish version available.

Matt said...

It's a great book, I'd have to warn you that it's pretty think and academic, not an easy read.

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