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The Khybar Syndrome

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By Geoff Dickson

The Khybar Syndrome is the observed effect worldwide of Muslims following the actions and deeds of their prophet Mohammed of which the clearest example is what happened at the Jewish village of the Khybar in May 628AD.

This article is dedicated to exposing a small set of scripture that provides the fundamentals of Islamic terror, and to do this there is no better example than to examine what transpired in May 628AD when Mohammed attacked the villages of the Khybar Jews. Umar exhibited the Khybar syndrome when he invaded Jerusalem in 637AD and within ten years the Khybar effect had plunged Europe into the Dark Ages.


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