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Bulgaria - Bulgarians know which Atrocities and

Oppression Islamo(-arabs) are capable of, when
invading a Country
 Posted by Indoeuropean on March 18, 2011 at 16:54 in Kuffarphobia in Europe
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Appearently Bulagrians learn at School which Damages the 500 Years (1300 - 1800) Islamo-turkish
Occupation of their Countries caused to their Civilization,

which started in the VII. and florished 'till the above mentioned Jihad/Colonisation/Imperialism (by Islamo-
turks).

It is them clear that Crusades were defensive Wars to try and forbid Jihadists to occupy other Countries.

The Brutality and Cruelty of Islamic Invaders get studied at School, and it is them clear (because they
experience it on their own Skin, and among - ... - their own Families),

that Islam IS NOT a Religion of Peace.

The Invaders suffocate Bulgarian Culture for 500 Years, and tried to eradicate it from the Earth's Face,

while they foced the Arabo-islamic and the Turkish Culture/Language/Belief upon them (Bulgarians. Same
goes for Serbs, and other Balcan Countries/Populations).

They raped, kidnapped women, exterminated entire Parts of the Population, looted Villages and forced People
(Bulgarian) to live in a submitted Way,

and to pay (a) Tax(es) ->

for every Village or County there was a Turkish Watcher, appointed Ruler of that Part of Bulgary and Bulgarian
Population,

who allowed his (Islamo-turkish) Friends to go and abuse of the Bulgarian Villages and Population,

DESPITE he collected the above mentioned Payment(s) [Jiziah?].

Islamo-turks kidnapped little Children from their Bulgarian Families, made Islamo-turkish Soldiers out of them,

and eventually send them to exterminate their own native Bulgarian Families, in their own native Villages.

They were called Jannissary .

Again: the brutality and the cruelty of the Abuses suffered by Bulgary and Bulgarians (as well as by other
Balcan Countries/Population),

at the Hands of (Arabo-)islamic (Turkish) Invaders are wellknown and well remembered by the local Population,

and everyone of them COULD CERTIFY that Islamic Rulers aren't tolerant at all, not to mention peaceful,
neither to mention "civilizing" ->

Islamic Rulers totally oppress and destroy other Civilizations and Populations,
are brutal, cruel,

and any other Version of the History is simple ... Lobbysm ... by (Arabo-)islamic Groups [at international Level].

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I went looking for Info about that in Internet:

a) the Site historyofjihad.org has appearently been hacked? It doesn't work anymore!

b) I found the following Article,

c) I'll go and look for other References about that tragic Side of the History,

hidden by Lobbysm and political Correctness (which is Time to expose in our daily international Reality,

and it is Time to expose Arabo-islam and its true jihadic Face as Invader,

to the main Public and to Students,

before it is too late ... for us, and our BEAUTIFUL Civilization, ... too).

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Bulgaria's 500-year-long rule under the Ottoman Empire

Source

by Nicholas Nikolov
March 03, 2009

BULGARIA This year, on March 3, marks 131 years after Bulgaria declared its independence from the 500-
year-long occupation of the Ottoman Empire, which committed inhumane atrocities; today, what would be
considered heinous war-crimes towards the people of Bulgaria.

Embarking on their invasion mission on Europe was with a large fleet crossing the Hellespont, present-day
Dardanelles, which is the waterway-gap that splits Europe and Asia.

The Ottoman's Empire conquest of Bulgaria started in AD 1364. The Turkish army seized central-southeastern
lands in the Thracian region with little resistance; capturing Stara Zagora and Plovdiv.

Bulgaria tried a counter-offensive at the Battle of Chernomen, which is close to Edirne, seven years after the
invasion of the Ottomans. Two of Bulgaria's voiivodi (or commanders) from the Macedonian region, were
commanding the small army, but it was not successful.
Exactly a year later, the Ottomans were involved in minor skirmishes and took possession of the rest of Thrace
and a substantial number of strongholds within the Rhodope Mountains.

Tsar Ivan Shishman, who was the current ruler of Bulgaria at this time, fully knew that the pressure of the
Turkish was mounting as the Tsar Shishman could do nothing more, but succumb in becoming a servant to the
Sultan.

Ottoman Empires stranglehold of absolute control over Bulgaria really took flight eleven years after the Tsar
gave in, Sofia was detained in AD 1382 and the entire northwestern regions were consequently subjugated into
the Ottoman Empire.

Under the Ottoman Empire's oppression, the Bulgarian citizens suffered terrible inhumane atrocious injustices
by their foreign rulers. Essentially, the Turks constantly prejudicially harassed and nationally discriminated
them, in denying the Bulgarians their basic Human Rights to live freely as Bulgarians in their homeland.

Bulgarians were no longer known as Bulgarians; instead the Turks classified the Bulgarian populous with their
new name, for they were only to be known as rayah (or flock).

Depriving them of their lifestyle; no more to celebrate their Slav-Orthodox holidays and various other cultural
festivities, a large number of churches were destroyed and burned; even with people inside of them. The
Bulgarian language was nearly erased from the people, let alone the world, thusly followed the nation-wide
attempt of forceful conversion of the Bulgarians into Islamreligion.

Sadly, the worst of the anti-Bulgarian existence measures committed by the Ottoman Empire was when the
free blood tax was put into place. This law meant that the Turks stole the children, both boys and girls from
their families; the boys were taught in military combat and manipulated in believing in the Islam religion and the
teachings of the profit Mohammed; forgetting everything Bulgarian about them.

Many of these brainwashed Turkish-Bulgarian soldiers killed their own families: mothers, fathers, their
grandparents, siblings, and so forth without feeling any remorse. The young women, virgin or not were either
sexually raped, given to Turkish families and the Sultan as slaves; the Turkish authorities even went to the
extent of killing pregnant women and the unborn child too.

Veliko Turnovo (or Great Turnovo), was now the object of desire to the ever-expanding Turkish-Islamic Empire
on the former ancient Bulgarian capital,

Flourishing as the political, economic, and cultural centre during the Medieval Period, the city was under a
three-month cordon from the Turks, as the Bulgarians try as they might to resist the attack, were defeated in
AD 1393. The Turkish army coming on top. Afterwards the crushing blow followed two significant insurrections
in AD 1598 and AD 1686 that ended with the same result.

During the Battle at the fortress of Nicopolis along the Danube River AD 1395, Tsar Ivan Shishman died in the
course of the clash. After this victory, the Turks continued further military campaigns that ended in defeat for
the Bulgarians at Dobrudzha, Prilep, and Velbazhd.

Clusters of Haiiduks (or a small band of guerrilla militants) that mainly camped in the cover of the forested
mountains would from time-to-time do mini-armed riots against the Pasha (or regional duke or mayor). This
Haiiduk movement uplifted the spirits of the Bulgarian people; in fact, the participants themselves felt ultimately
confident in possibly freeing parts of Bulgaria.

Nearing the collapse of the Ottoman tyranny was the monumental April Uprising in AD 1876, occurred in the
small town of Batak on Apr. 20. The mountain town is situated in the Western Rhodope region. This
insurrection indirectly piloted the outcome toward fully obtaining Bulgaria's liberation.

The Batak brutality was nothing less of a brutality indeed, with a population totalling 9,000 due to a large influx
of people from the regions of the mountainous plains along the Chepin River after abandoning from the
potential assimilation of the Turks.
Its townspeople were heroically enduring

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March 03, 2009

the ottoman military in a two-week long unrest, but by the end of it all, the Bulgarians death-toll reached 5,000;
2,000 of which were men, women, and children combined, dieing in the stone-walls of St. Nedelya Church.

Here is a better description of what those courageous innocent citizens experienced from an article in an
American publication, the Bronx Times, journalist Peter Milosheff's article The Turkish atrocities in Bulgaria on
the website bronx.com quotes American war correspondent Januarius McGahan recorded the brutality of
Batak:

On the other side of the way were the skeletons of two children lying side by side, partly covered with stones,
and with frightful sabre cuts in their little skulls. The number of children killed in these massacres is something
enormous. They were often spitted on bayonets, and we have several stories from eye-witnesses who saw little
babes carried about the streets, both here and at Otluk-kui, on the point of bayonets. The reason is simple.
When a Mahometan has killed a certain number of infidels, he is sure of Paradise, no matter what his sins may
be. Mahomet probably intended that only armed men should count, but the ordinary Mussulman takes the
precept in broader acceptation, and counts women and children as well. Here in Batak the Bashi-Bazouks, in
order to swell the count, ripped open pregnant women, and killed the unborn infants. As we approached the
middle of the town, bones, skeletons, and skulls became more numerous. There was not a house beneath the
ruins of which we did not perceive human remains, and the street besides was strewn with them. Before many
of the doorways women were walking up and down wailing their funeral chant. One of them caught me by the
arm and led me inside of the walls, and there in one corner, half covered with stones and mortar, were the
remains of another young girl, with her long hair flowing wildly about among the stones and dust. And the
mother fairly shrieked with agony, and beat her head madly against the wall. I could only turn round and walk
out sick at heart, leaving her alone with her skeleton. A few steps further on sat a woman on a doorstep,
rocking herself to and fro, and uttering moans heartrending beyond anything I could have imagined. Her head
was buried in her hands, while her fingers were unconsciously twisting and tearing her hair as she gazed into
her lap, where lay three little skulls with the hair still clinging to them.

And now we begin to approach the church and the school- house. The ground is covered here with skeletons,
to which are clinging articles of clothing and bits of putrid flesh; the air is heavy with a faint sickening odour that
grows stronger as we advance. It is beginning to be horrible. The school is on one side of the road, the church
on the other. The schoolhouse, to, judge by the walls that are in part standing, was a fine large building,
capable of accommodating two or three hundred children. Beneath the stones and rubbish that cover the floor
to the height of several feet, are the bones and ashes of 200 women and children burnt alive between those
four walls. Just beside the schoolhouse is a broad shallow pit. Here were buried a hundred bodies two weeks
after the massacre. But the dogs uncovered them in part. The water flowed in, and now it lies there a horrid
cesspool, with human remains floating about or lying half exposed in the mud. Near by, on the banks of the
little stream that runs through the village, is a sawmill. The wheel-pit beneath is full of dead bodies floating in
the water. The banks of this stream were at one time literally covered with corpses of men and women, young
girls and children that lay there festering in the sun, and eaten by dogs. But the pitiful sky rained down a torrent
upon them, and the little stream swelled and rose up and carried the bodies away, and strewed them far down
its grassy banks, through its narrow gorges and dark defiles beneath the thick underbrush and the shady
woods -as far as Pestera, and even Tatar Bazardjik

Two-years later ended the Russian-Turk war that lasted from AD 1877-1878 with the signing of the San
Stefano Treaty, which evidently, also brought the conclusion of the Ottoman Empires rule over Bulgaria.
Nowadays, within the Rhodope Mountains live in clusters spread throughout the entire region of Pomaks or
also referred to as Slavic-speaking Muslims. These communities of Slavic-speaking Muslims are ethnically
Bulgarian, but who believe in the Islam religion is the time of their families whom were under duress to convert
from Christian-Orthodox to the Islamic faith.

This year, on March third will mark the 131st anniversary of the faithful day when Bulgaria received its
declaration of being an independent nation yet again. As Bulgarians from all generations and around the world
will be united and celebrating together and remembering all the brave fallen heroes who gave their lives.

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Permalink Reply by Indoeuropean on March 18, 2011 at 17:11

Bulgarian spiritual Masters [after (Arabo-)Islamic Turkish/Ottoman Occupation of Bulgaria]:

Peter Deunov (Bensa Douno)

and Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

Permalink Reply by Indoeuropean on March 18, 2011 at 18:38

Not many know that the Bulgars are also Turks in their ethnic origins and ironically
it was the Bulgars who put up the stiffest resistance to the Islamic Turks (Ottomans)
The Bulgars were one people who put up a stiff resistance to the Islamic Jihad and never
surrendered before it, ultimately defeating it. One reason for this could be that the Jihad
was brought to the Bulgaria by people who belonged to the same ethnic stock as the
Bulgars. The Bulgars, as many do not know, are of Turkish descent. And had settled in
Bulgaria in the 8th century onwards. The Bulgars were late converts to Christianity, and
had been adversaries of the Byzantine empire, both before and after their conversion.
Modern day Bulgarians are a mix of the pre-Islamic Turks (Bulgars), the Avars, Huns
and Slavs who settled in Bulgaria over the first millennium.
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The Battle of Nicopolis (Nikopol) is looked upon as the last crusade where Europe put on
a combined resistance to throw the Ottoman Turks out of Bulgaria and stem further
Muslim incursions into Europe.
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The Bulgars even retained the title “Khan” even after their conversion to Christianity. In
fact the word Bulgar is derived from a Turkish root work “bulgha”, which means to mix.
It was ironical that one of the first people that the Ottoman Turks would have to cross
swords in Europe were to be the Christianized Turkic Bulgars.
By the late 14th Century the Bulgars were involved in a desperate struggle against the
Ottoman Turks who presented a very real danger of invading Europe. In 1393, Turnovo,
the capital of Bulgaria fell and the last medieval Bulgarian king Ivan Shishman was
besieged by Islamic invaders in Nicopolis (the Bulgarian fortress on the Danube River).
On 3 July 1395, King Ivan was killed while defending the fortress of Nicopolis. To the
south of Bulgaria, the once mighty Byzantine Empire had been reduced to a little more
than the city of Constantinople itself and Sultan Beyazid I "the Lightning" had besieged
the city.
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In the famous Battle of Nicopolis, a Christian army of French, English, Germans, Italians
and Knights Hospitallers under the leadership of John of Nevers, son of the Duke of
Burgundy, the Bulgarian infantry and the Hungarian army under King Sigismund of
Hungary gave a heroic combat against the Islamic army of Ottomans and its Arab allies.
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Beyazid’s father, sultan Murat had created the infantry of Janissaries that was composed
of Christian children robbed from their families and converted by force to Islam. They
were raised in the Islamic religion in order to create elite troops. The Janissaries played a
role of paramount importance in the military and political spheres of the Ottoman
dynasty.
In response to the occupation of Bulgaria, a crusade was preached by Pope Boniface IX
and a Christian army of 10,000 under the leadership of John of Nevers, son of Philip the
Bold, Duke of Burgundy, marched to the relief of the Christians who were savagely
oppressed by the soldiers of Islam.
The Battle of Nicopolis (Nikopol) on the Danube River opened the gates of Eastern
Europe to the Muslims
In the famous Battle of Nicopolis, a Christian army of French, English, Germans, Italians
and Knights Hospitallers under the leadership of John of Nevers, son of the Duke of
Burgundy, the Bulgarian infantry and the Hungarian army under King Sigismund of
Hungary gave a heroic combat against the Islamic army of Ottomans and its Arab allies.
In the late 14th century the worried eyes of Western Europe began to turn to the east as
the old enemy began to reassert himself - the Turks. With a fervor that had not been seen
for decades, the chivalry of western Europe responded by marching east to their greatest
ever disaster. John of Nevers, son of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy leaded an army
of 10000 Frenchmen eastward to Danube. He was joined by 2000 German Knights under
the command of Friedrich, prince of Hohenzollern, 1000 Englishmen under the Lord of
Lancaster, Polish, Austrian, Lombard, Croatian soldiers and Knights Hospitalers from
Rhodes also joined in.
The Venetian admiral Tomanice Nico commanded the fleet of 44 galleries equipped by
Venice and Genoa and joined later on by ships from Rhodes. They joined a 30,000 army
under King Sigismund of Hungary marching along the Danube. The objective of
Sigismund was to retake the strong fortresses of Nicopolis and Dorostolum and using
them as strongholds to chase the Islam invaders out of Europe.
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At the Battle of Nicopolis, the Ottomans feigned to negotiate a surrender and slaughtered
the Christians with guile.
Sensing the determination and the fanaticism of the knights, the Ottoman king Beyezid
decided to use subterfuge. He offered to open negotiations with the Bulgarians and
invited their leader for talks, while agreeing to hand over the fortress of Nicopolis to the
French Knights. Beyezid declared that he only intended to fight the Hungarians. This
ploy did not divide the Christian allies in their determination to fight the Turks, but
created fissures on how to best fight the Turks.
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The King of Vidin Kingdom (remnant of the Second Bulgarian empire), Ivan Sratzimir
joined the Christian army. The fortress of Vidin was the strongest defense in the North-
West Bulgaria and the action of Bulgarian King providing significant resources and
cavalry troops greatly facilitated the Crusading army. Afterwards he was besieged and
overwhelmed by Ottomans, and sent imprisoned in Anatolia.
The Christian army continued eastwards capturing Bulgarian towns with the help of
Christian population, and advanced deep into Bulgarian territory. But the Crusaders had
brought no siege equipment, trusting on their courage to defeat the Turks. Instead, Turks
held the fortress of Nicopolis for over two weeks, waiting for reinforcements.
The Ottoman sultan, Beyazid, did not rush into reaction, and waited for his entire army to
muster before responding. He gathered an enormous army - some 200 000 Islamic Jihadi
warriors, according to the crusader chronicles and some ottoman chroniclers.
With the Crusaders stalled at Nicopolis, the Ottoman sultan saw his chance and marched
to the town's rescue, choosing a defensive position straddling the road to the city with his
flanks protected by ravines. Ottoman army formed up some four miles south from the
Crusader camp, and invited attack.
At the military council before the battle, Sigismund advised a cautious approach and
proposed to use his own horse-archers as the first attack, with the Crusader cavalry in
reserve to deliver the decisive blow against the Ottoman lines. The French crusaders
refused any role that denied them the first attack and declared “If God dropped the sky on
our heads, we would maintain it with the tops of our lances!”.
At the Battle of Nicopolis, the Ottomans feigned to negotiate a surrender and slaughtered
the Christians with guile
Sensing the determination and the fanaticism of the knights, the Ottoman king Beyezid
decided to use subterfuge. He offered to open negotiations with the Bulgarians and
invited their leader for talks, while agreeing to hand over the fortress of Nicopolis to the
French Knights. Beyezid declared that he only intended to fight the Hungarians. This
ploy did not divide the Christian allies in their determination to fight the Turks, but
created fissures on how to best fight the Turks.
Against the advice of the Hungarian king and leaving the Hungarian army behind, the
Franks entered the Ottoman lines to take charge of the fortress that Beyazid was offering
to hand over to the Franks. Once they had crossed the ottoman lines, the Ottomans closed
ranks behind the Franks and trapped them. On realizing that they had been betrayed by
the wily Ottomans the Franks rushed to break through the enemy ranks.
The French Knights charged the centre of the Ottoman lines, where they could see that
the Ottomans had placed a cavalry force to attack the trapped Franks. And once the
French knights came within range, the first Ottoman line made of horse-archers moved
aside to make way for the French cavalry to rush straight into a trap, of well dug-in
archers behinds rows and rows of sharpened wooden stakes planted in the ground. The
ottoman arrows rained down on the Franks causing huge casualties and the chronicler
wrote “… no rain neither hail can flow so densely from the sky“. So, the crusaders were
forced to dismount their horses and fight on foot from an unfavorable position.

Permalink Reply by Indoeuropean on March 18, 2011 at 18:39

At the Battle of Nicopolis, it almost looked like the Christian army might win the day until the
Jannisaries and the Arab contingents emerged from an ambush and charged the Hungarians. This
attack broke the Hungarians, and when Sigismund's banner was cast down, the entire Hungarian army
dissolved.
The imprudent behavior of the French knights of falling into the Ottoman lure of taking over the fortress
of Nicopolis which the Ottomans pretended to surrender to them was the major cause of the disaster at
the Battle of Nicopolis. The Christian army was divided into independent troops that were defeated and
massacred one by one. This was unlike the unity seen among the Muslims, be they Ottoman, Arab or
Malaysian, all of them stood united in one single purpose – to massacre the Christians and took orders
from one man, The Yazid the Ottoman Bey or Beyazid. This is a lesson in strategic unity for us in
fighting today’s War on Terror against the same Jihadist enemy.
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But even on the ground, the French knights fought a terrifying battle against the Janissaries and
succeeded to break their lines killing more than 10,000 of the Jihadis. Despite taking heavy casualties,
crusaders broke through to third Ottoman line, and were also able to hold off an attack by Ottoman
cavalry.
When they reached the top of the hill, where the sultan quarter was, they discovered the Ottoman
cavalry and Anatolian sipahis (soldiers) kept in the rear as reserve. But as they were cut off from the
main part of Christian army, the Crusaders began to retreat. Attacked from all sides by Islamic fanatics
and their allies, the Christian army was defeated and massacred, and finally many of them were
captured.
Meanwhile, far to the rear, the Hungarian royal army was moving towards the battle. Sigismund
preferred to slaughter the disorganized ottoman infantry instead of rushing to help the encircled French
knights. Having defeated and massacred the Western crusaders, Bayezid committed his main forces
against the Christian army. Sigismund, leading his royal bodyguards, also entered into the dreadful
battle.
Bayezid was wounded and his horse killed but nevertheless he continued the ferocious fighting. The
Hungarians attack began to take its tool on the Ottoman invaders and many of them fell victims to the
crusader swords. For a while it almost looked like the Christian army might win the day until the
Jannisaries and the Arab contingents emerged from an ambush and charged the Hungarians. This
attack broke the Hungarians, and when Sigismund's banner was cast down, the entire Hungarian army
dissolved into a disorganized.
The imprudent behavior of the French knights in falling into the Ottoman lure of surrendering the
fortress to them was the major cause of the disaster. The Christian army was divided into independent
troops that were defeated and massacred one by one. This was unlike the unity seen among the
Muslims, be they Ottoman, Arab or Malaysian, all of them stood united in one single purpose – to
massacre the Christians. This is a lesson for us in strategic unity when we are fighting the same
Jihadist enemy in today’s War on Terror.
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His Majesty Sigismund, the Holy Roman Emperor was infused with a crusading spirit to free Europe
from its infidel (Muslim) occupiers. He did his utmost during his reign from 1410 to 1437 to fight the
Ottomans. The bitter experiences of his youth in the battle of Nicopolis in 1396 shaped his attitude
towards the Muslims which remained an overriding element of his efforts throughout his life and reign.
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Nicopolis was a devastating loss for Europe. The French took severe casualties, including Philip,
Count of Bar, and Jean de Vienne, the Venetian Admiral Tomanice Nico and many others. Many more
were captured. Sigismund escaped by ship, but John was captured and later ransomed. John's
ransoming was the exception; Bayezid, enraged by the heavy losses (around 60,000 Islamic Jihadi
warriors perished according to several authors and estimates), slaughtered most of the Christian
prisoners the next day organizing the horrendous massacre ceremony that has been immortalized by
the painting of Jean Froissart.
The dark shadow of Islam looming over Europe in the 14th century was frighteningly real
This massacre and dismemberment of Christian prisoners the sufferings and misery and of the
Christians was an eye-opener to the Europeans who believed that Islamic soldiers like any other
enemy they had faced, respect the military customs of not slaughtering soldiers who had laid down
their weapons and had surrendered. The massacre of captured Christian soldiers by the Ottomans
after the Battle of Nicopolis proved the Europeans to have been sadly mistaken about the beastly
nature of the Islamic threat. The question is “Is our assessment of today about the same enemy who
beheads civilian captives and blows up buses of school kids any different?”

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The traditional costume of a Bulgarian lady shows the Turkic origins of the Bulgars. There are
philological affinities between the Bulgarian and Turkic languages even today. The pre-Christian
Bulgars referred to god as Tanri or Tangri. The Ottoman Turks also used the same pre-Islamic term for
god. Variations of the term include; Tengri (Uyghur, Mongolian), Tanri (Turkish), Tangri (Kazan Tatar,
Azeri, Turkmen), Tangara (Yakut or Sakha), all of which refer to divinity. The Bulgars however, came
under increasing Slavic influences and are today looked upon as a Slavic people, but they still show
lingering traces of their Turkic ethnic origins.
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For three centuries the Ottoman empire cast a shadow of doom on the French, Italian and German
monarchs and republics who watched with increasing fear the Ottoman attempts to overpower the
Christian kingdoms of Eastern Europe. Only in late 17th century the Western powers found an ally
formidable enough to roll back the Islamic threat, - the Polish king Jan Sobeiski and later the Russian
empire under Katerina (Catherine) and Peter the Great.
Lessons from the Battle of Nicopolis
At Nicopolis, the Turks used techniques of hoodwinking the Bulgarians and the French Knights into
feigned negotiations, luring them into a trap and then slaughtering them mercilessly. These are
techniques that are still used by the Jihadis in waving white flags and then gunning down the American
marines in Iraq, or of using women and children as human shields to act as cover for the suicide
bombers in Israel. We need to realize that it is the Instruction Manual of Hate and Murder (Quran)
brainwashes Muslims to use foul means which they used against the French Knights at Nicopolis.
The knights, drawn from all over Europe, had gone into battle assuming that they faced a fierce, but
honorable enemy. But with the massacre of the prisoners of war, the Europeans were reminded in
1396 at Nicopolis that they could henceforth expect no mercy if captured by the invading Muslims. At
Nicopolis thousands of Christian soldiers who had laid down their weapons were slaughtered in a
bloodthirsty orgy lasting several hours after the battle had ended. In the next three centuries thousands
of European soldiers were to meet their end in this brutal way.
In normal warfare, the opening of negotiations was normally used to end hostilities or to stop hostilities
from taking place. But with the subterfuge used at Nicopolis, with devastating effect, taught the
Europeans that the Muslims were never to be trusted. The Battle of Nicopolis reinforced the reality that
the Muslims by instinct were (and are) a dishonorable people.
The Ottoman Empire was the longest lasting Muslim invasion of European soil ever.
Lasting from the beginning of the 13th Century right to the start of the 20th, this group of mixed race
Middle Eastern Turks, driven by a fanaticism molded by their Muslim religion, occupied vast stretches
of central and southern Europe. They were turned back twice at the very gates of Vienna in their
attempts to seize all of Europe. The impact and legacy of the Ottomans upon central and southern
Europe is therefore vast, and crucial to any understanding of the racial and cultural mix which has
made south-eastern Europe (Bosnia, Albania, Kosovo)the volatile place that it is today.
As we saw, the defeat at Nicopolis in 1396 followed by Varna in 1444, blew away the last hope of
Bulgarian people for delivery from Muslim tyranny. Thus, 1396 is considered as the year when
Bulgaria plunged into the Dark Ages under the oppressive Islam domination for almost 5 centuries. So
after passing through many hands during the course of history, by the middle of the second Christian
millennium, Bulgaria was in the hands of the Ottomans.
After their surreptitious victory at Nicopolis, the Ottomans led by Murad's successors kept on pressing
further and further into Europe, meeting feeble resistance all along the way. In 1439, Serbia was
formally annexed to the Ottoman Empire and in 1440, the city of Belgrade was besieged, although it
was not seized by the Ottomans at that time. In 1444, a renewed Christian assault on the Ottomans
was again defeated at the battle of Varna in Bulgaria.

The Battle of Varna
After Nicopolis the Christian states of the Balkans continued to struggle desperately against the
tyrannical Ottoman dynasty. The Ottomans were determined on invading deeper into Europe, and
devastating the Balkans under the banner of Islam was only the first step. For the Christian states in
Balkans, their final tryst with a cruel destiny arrived with the second disaster of the Battle of Varna in
1444.
With this defeat faded away the last hope of Bulgarian and other Christians for delivery and ended, for
centuries, any serious attempts to prevent the Muslim invasion of Eastern Europe by the Ottomans.
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One of the more remarkable ways in which the Ottomans kept their fighting strength up was through a
unit of soldiers known as the Janissaries. The Janissaries were the Ottoman's elite forces - and they
were also originally European Christian Children taken by force from their families. One of the Ottoman
leaders, Emir Orkhan (1326 - 1359), who was the first to occupy European continental soil, issued an
edict to the conquered Europeans in the Balkans that they must hand over to the Ottomans 1,000 male
babies "with faces white and shining" each and every year. These babies were brought up as Muslims
and grew to adulthood, oblivious of their Christian parentage. On attaining youth, they were presented
to the Ottoman sultan, and the best of them - in terms of physique, intelligence, and other qualities -
were selected for education in the palace school. There they were made well versed in the Islamic
religion and its culture, learned Turkish, Persian, and Arabic, and were compelled to serve the
Ottomans. With their origins being concealed from them, they became the best and most trusted
armed unit within the Ottoman Empire.
But some of them retained a faint memory of their origins. The most illustrious among them was
Mustapha Kemal Pasha or Ataturk, who on seizing power after the end of WW1, did his level best to
roll back Islamic influences from Turkey and forcibly Westernized the Turks - a supreme act of irony
that Turkey was Westernized by a descendant of ones who had been forcibly Islamized by the
Ottomans.
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The battle of Varna was vividly described in a letter from Aenas Sylvius Piccolomini, later Pope Pius II,
to Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan, written immediately after the battle. "Our men did not shrink
from joining battle, which began on the feast of St. Martin itself, 11 November 1444. So fierce and
savage was the fighting that rarely could such a battle had ever been fought between mortal men! For
a long time its outcome was uncertain; it was contested with equal force by both sides. As long as our
men fought for Christ our Lord and Savior and our opponents for Mahomet the Infidel, enthusiasm for
battle was such that fifteen thousand were wounded on each side. "So long as the battle was equal,
neither side wished to stop. The more blood that was spilled, the keener the hand-to-hand fighting.
Those who escaped from the field say that no battle as bloody has been fought anywhere in Europe
within the memory of our fathers. They also say that no fewer Turks than Hungarians fell, and, if the
record is correct, eighty thousand men died in this battle."
The Janissaries: the "stolen European children" became the ottoman elite
One of the more remarkable ways in which the Ottomans kept their fighting strength up was through a
unit of soldiers known as the Janissaries. The Janissaries were the Ottoman's elite forces - and they
were also originally European Christian Children taken by force from their families. One of the Ottoman
leaders, Emir Orkhan (1326 - 1359), who was the first to occupy European continental soil, issued an
edict to the conquered Europeans in the Balkans that they must hand over to the Ottomans 1,000 male
babies "with faces white and shining" each and every year. These babies were brought up as Muslims
and grew to adulthood, oblivious of their Christian parentage. On attaining youth, they were presented
to the Ottoman sultan, and the best of them - in terms of physique, intelligence, and other qualities -
were selected for education in the palace school. There they were made well versed in the Islamic
religion and its culture, learned Turkish, Persian, and Arabic, and were compelled to serve the
Ottomans. With their origins being concealed from them, they became the best and most trusted
armed unit within the Ottoman Empire.
But some of them retained a faint memory of their origins. The most illustrious among them was
Mustapha Kemal Pasha or Ataturk, who on seizing power after the end of WW1, did his level best to
roll back Islamic influences from Turkey and forcibly Westernized the Turks - a supreme act of irony
that Turkey was Westernized by a descendant of ones who had been forcibly Islamized by the
Ottomans.
This yearly tribute of collecting European babies - reminiscent of the demand by the Moors for White
virgins from the unfortunate Goths in Spain - was continued for an astonishing 300 years until 1648,
during which time not only were 300,000 formerly Christian European babies absorbed into the
Ottoman hierarchy (and for the greatest part also into the Turkish elite's bloodstream) but the
Janissaries also became known as one of the most efficient army of soldiers in the world.
It is no exaggeration to say that the Janissaries sustained the Ottoman Empire in Europe for much of
its existence, playing a not inconsiderable role in many of the great victories of that Empire.
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The fall of Bulgaria opened the gates for the fall of Constantinople
The city of Constantinople had managed to hold grimly on through all these Ottoman advances in the
Balkans that were taking place far behind the walls of Constantinople. As the Muslim front line struck
deeper into Europe, the city grew weaker and weaker, as it was now besieged by the Muslims from all
sides. Finally, in 1453, the Ottoman army launched a mighty effort to break the city. After bombarding
the city walls with cannon fire for months, a determined overnight attack, saw the city fall at last - the
official end of the Eastern Roman Empire, defended only by 7,000 Byzantine, Frankish and other
European knights from all over Europe against a Turkish army numbering in the hundreds of
thousands. Constantinople was made the new Ottoman Muslim capital and renamed Istanbul, a name
by which it is still known.
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The Turks delusion about themselves being Europeans and their false case for admission into the EU
There is European blood among the Turks. This is so as every year, one thousand European male
babies were taken by the Ottomans for indoctrination into Islam. In Asia Minor (Turkey) the Europeans
were raised to serve the Muslim empire, as soldiers or administrators. In this way hundreds of
thousands of Europeans entered the modern Turkish gene pool - and contributed to the European
blood stream among the Turks. The belief of the Turks today that they are Europeans, comes from this
forced abduction of European children their forced conversion to Islam and their conscription into the
Ottoman army as Janissaries.
On this falsehood also rests Turkey’s case for admission into the EU (European Union). The
Janissaries were only finally disbanded in 1826 after a large rebellion against their Ottoman Muslim
masters saw many thousands of the Ottomans killed.
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By 1500, European explorers had discovered a sea route to the East, and after this year Portuguese
fleets began to attack Arab ships in the Indian ocean, seriously affecting the Ottoman's trading routes
to the east. An Ottoman sea fleet was built especially to destroy the Portuguese fleets - several
engagements followed, some successful for the Portuguese, others successful for the Turks. It was
only in 1571, that an alliance of European nations, inspired by Pope Pius V with the aid of the Spanish
and the Venetians, destroyed Turkish sea power in the Mediterranean at the Battle of Lepanto.
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The fall of Bulgaria opened the gates for the fall of Constantinople
The city of Constantinople had managed to hold grimly on through all these Ottoman advances in the
Balkans that were taking place far behind the walls of Constantinople. As the Muslim front line struck
deeper into Europe, the city grew weaker and weaker, as it was now besieged by the Muslims from all
sides. Finally, in 1453, the Ottoman army launched a mighty effort to break the city. After bombarding
the city walls with cannon fire for months, a determined overnight attack, saw the city fall at last - the
official end of the Eastern Roman Empire, defended only by 7,000 Byzantine, Frankish and other
European knights from all over Europe against a Turkish army numbering in the hundreds of
thousands. Constantinople was made the new Ottoman Muslim capital and renamed Istanbul, a name
by which it is still known.
Spurred on by this great victory, the Ottomans proceeded swiftly to seize all of Greece, Albania and
Bosnia. A plan to invade Italy was only aborted after the Ottoman emperor of the time died half way
through the planning.
War at sea – The Portuguese Spanish and Italians confront and defeat the Turks at Lepanto
By 1500, European explorers had discovered a sea route to the East, and after this year Portuguese
fleets began to attack Arab ships in the Indian ocean, seriously affecting the Ottoman's trading routes
to the East. An Ottoman sea fleet was built especially to destroy the Portuguese fleets - several
engagements followed, some successful for the Portuguese, others successful for the Turks. It was
only in 1571, that an alliance of European nations, inspired by Pope Pius V with the aid of the Spanish
and the Venetians, destroyed Turkish sea power in the Mediterranean at the Battle of Lepanto in that
same year.
The Battle of Lepanto saw the two fleets - together comprising at least 500 ships and about 100,000
men - engage each other for a whole day, ending with a great European victory - about 80 Turkish
ships were sunk and a further 130 captured.
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The Turkish Ottoman invasion of Kosovo in 1389, saw the Serbian army defeated at the Battle of
Kosovo Polje, but sporadic fighting between the Serbs and the Turks continued till 1459, when the
Ottomans captured Smederevo, south of Belgrade. After which, Serbia then came under direct
Ottoman rule.
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The psychological effect of this victory upon Europe was marked - the Spanish writer Cervantes noted
in his novel, Don Quixote, that the battle "revealed to all the nations of the world the error under which
they had been laboring in believing that the Turks were invincible on Sea." On land however, the
struggle between the various European nations and the Turks continued unabated. In many regions
the Turks exacted as cruel a punishment on the locals as they had on the inhabitants of
Constantinople.
The Ottomans attempted to lay siege to Belgrade in 1456, but were defeated by Janos Hunyadi a
Hungarian national hero, whose name is still celebrated today. The Ottomans finally seized Belgrade
in 1521, and in 1526, the Turks inflicted a crushing defeat on the hastily gathered Hungarian army at
the battle of Mohacs, where the Hungarian King and more than 20,000 European soldiers were killed.
The Turks went on to capture the city of Buda (later to join with a neighboring city, Pest, to become the
city of Budapest) in 1526 - but then withdrew from western Hungary, leaving that part of Eastern
Europe to its own devices.
By 1483, the Turks had conquered most of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The two territories remained
provinces of the Ottoman Empire for the next 400 years, although unsuccessful uprisings against the
Turks occurred frequently during the 19th Century. Macedonia, bordering on Greece and Turkey, was
one of the first territories to fall to the Ottoman invasion - it remained under Turkish rule until the
Balkan War of 1912 which saw the Ottomans driven out. The Turkish Ottoman invasion of 1389, saw
the Serbian army defeated at the battle of Kosovo Polje, but sporadic fighting between the Serbs and
the Turks continued till 1459, when the Ottomans captured Smederevo, south of Belgrade. Serbia then
came under direct Ottoman rule.
The first siege of Vienna - Turks seize the Ukraine
In 1521, the Ottomans finally managed to capture Belgrade and the island of Rhodes in 1522. By
1529, the Muslim Ottoman armies had reached Vienna. By sheer tenacity, the city withheld the siege,
and the Ottomans were forced to retreat. In 1571, the Ottomans seized the island of Cyprus and even
began raiding the emerging Russian state to the northeast of their extensive empire on the European
mainland.
In 1661, the Ottomans captured much of present day Ukraine from Poland, and in 1669, conquered
the island of Crete. With one great last effort, the Ottomans then re-launched their attack on Vienna in
1683. But by 1683, the Christian armies of Europe had prepared their alliances with the Poles,
Prussians, Lithuanians, Austrians, Italians, Spanish all knit together with a single purpose of liberating
the Balkans from Turkish occupation. In 1683, their armies routed the Ottomans, giving a death blow to
the Muslims. The Ottoman ambitions for the conquest of Europe was dealt a death blow by the arrival
of a Polish army at Vienna. The Poles were thirsting for revenge against the Turks from whom the
Ottomans had captured part of the Ukraine which was then a province of the Polish empire.
The origin of the Croissant bread commemorates the defeat of the Crescent by the armies of the Cross
The great victory feast held by the European armies after this victory at Vienna led to the origin of the
bread now known as the Croissant (Crescent). The European victors ordered bread to be made in the
shape of the quarter moon shape of the Turkish flag, so that they could physically eat the emblem of
the enemy at the feast. From then on the Croissant, a curved sickle moon shape bread, became
popular in all Europe. After their rout at Vienna, the Ottomans fell back in confusion - at last the
Europeans had seized the initiative, and they pressed home their advantage.
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In a swift campaign, the Russians drove the Ottomans back to Constantinople and forced them to sign
the Treaty of San Stefano of 1878, which stripped them of most of their European territories, including
Bulgaria, Macedonia and Thrace. Britain gained possession of Cyprus in return for an opportunist and
unprincipled pledge to the Saracen Ottoman Sultan to aid him if he needed military assistance in the
future against their Christian compatriots. Incidentally this was a guarantee that would never be acted
upon.
The Ottoman Empire was now in terminal phase and at the mercy of the Europeans. On all fronts the
European powers had seized Ottoman territories - Tunisia was taken by the French in 1881, and Egypt
(which had briefly been reoccupied by the Ottomans after Napoleon had left) was taken by the British
in 1882. This was followed by the occupation of Mesopotamia (Iraq) by the British and of Syria by the
French after WW1.
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The Ottomans were forced to sue for peace. In terms of the Treaty of Karlowitz, the Ottomans were
forced to cede substantial parts of Eastern Europe, including Belgrade, to the victorious European
army. This was to mark the beginning of the Ottoman retreat from the Balkan Peninsula. The
Russians, after their initial failure against the Turks in 1711, launched their renewed assault on the
Turks in 1714, And in a surprise attack saw the Ottomans in Rumania defeated.
Renewed European assaults sound death knell for Ottomans
This spurred unrest among other Balkan people who had been suffering under Turkish tyranny. After
345 years of subjugation, the Serbs launched a nine year long revolt in 1804, but were suppressed by
the Turks in a brutal campaign in 1813. Undeterred, the Serbs launched yet another attempt to eject
the Turks in 1815, and this time were successful - within a few months most of Serbia was cleared of
Turks. The Ottomans then accepted the de facto situation and granted Serbia self-government.
Following the Russian Turkish Wars of 1828 and 1829, Serbia gained even greater autonomy. Finally,
the Ottomans withdrew all claims to Serbia in 1867. Greece became independent in 1829 after
launching military campaigns against the Ottomans, backed with material support from both Britain and
Russia.
The final blow to the Ottoman military machine was a huge revolt by the White Janissaries in 1826
which ended in the Ottomans having to execute thousands of the Janissary soldiers. In this year the
Ottomans finally disbanded the Janissaries.
Bulgaria throws off the Jihadi Yoke
Fifty years later, a rebellion in Bulgaria saw tens of thousands of Muslims being slaughtered by
avenging Bulgarian Mobs. This led to reprisals by Muslims in which tens of thousands of Bulgarian
were slain in what became known as the Bulgarian Atrocities.
Russo-Turkish War of 1877 and the final freedom of Bulgaria
Russia then declared war on the Ottoman Empire in 1877. In a swift campaign, the Russians drove the
Ottomans back to Constantinople and forced them to sign the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878, which
stripped the Turks of most of their European territories, including Bulgaria, Macedonia and Thrace.
Britain gained possession of Cyprus in return for an opportunist and unprincipled pledge to the
Saracen Ottoman Sultan to aid him if he needed military assistance in the future against their Christian
(Russian) compatriots. Incidentally this was a guarantee that would never be acted upon.
The Ottoman Empire was now in terminal phase and at the mercy of the Europeans. On all fronts the
European powers had seized Ottoman territories - Tunisia was taken by the French in 1881, and Egypt
(which had briefly been reoccupied by the Ottomans after Napoleon had left) was taken by the British
in 1882. This was followed by the occupation of Mesopotamia (Iraq) by the British and of Syria by the
French after WW1.
Thus ended the last Muslim invasion of Europe that used violence as their passport of entry, the first
being turned back by Charles Martel in 732.
The Next Muslim Invasion of Europe
The Muslim invasion of Europe was not to take place after WW2. We see this happening today thru
the medium of those Muslims who are entering Europe in the guise of immigrant workers, many of
whom are Turks. Especially in some cities in Germany, the Turks represent nearly 10 percent of the
population.
If Europe takes the unfortunate decision of allowing Turkey into the European Union, then we shall see
opened the gates of Europe to a third Muslim invasion, when they will overrun Europe through the
immigration of non-Turkish Muslims into Turkey who would then migrate onward into Europe. The
Muslim game-plan today is to conquer Europe by swamping it with Muslim immigrants who will multiply
manifold using the womb as a weapon to change Europe’s character into a majority Muslim country
where the Europeans will be intimidated with threats, terror and murder like that of Theo Van Gough at
Amsterdam and the London and Madrid attacks.
Time is running out for us to stem the tide of the third Muslim invasion of Europe that is gaining
strength with every passing day. Our history with the struggle against Islam is a lesson for us. Today,
our way of life, our culture, our security and our very existence is at stake. If we do not learn from our
history and act fast, decisively and in unison, as we did at Poitiers and Lepanto, we would soon
find ourselves on the losing side of this mortal combat with our hoary enemy – the Muslims
In 1697, a new Austrian commander, Prince Eugene of Savoy, defeated a huge Ottoman army at
Senta in northern Serbia, inflicting massive casualties upon them.
At Lepanto, the Turks were routed at sea - a significant event as it marked the first time that the
Muslims had been defeated by an European force after the Battle of Tours (Poitiers) and the
Crusades.
In 1574, the Janissaries had 20,000 men in their ranks - by 1826 the unit numbered some 135,000.
The overtly racial make-up of the Janissaries always created problems of its own. Every now and then,
these soldiers of European descent would rebel against their Turkish masters - numerous Janissary
rebellions are recorded, each being suppressed, until a famous rebellion in 1826 saw the unit finally
disbanded.

At Nicopolis, the French survivors returning with accounts of the disaster sent a chill thru France and
the defeat sent a wave of fear across Europe. Powerless against the well organized and hugely
backed Islamic invasion in East Europe, the Western monarchs and Italian republics tried to find a new
way to resist the impending doom coming in the form of a Saracen invasion.
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