The great secret of Islam: What Muslims Don't Know About their Religion

At the origin of Islamic religion is a deviation from Christianity
Several generations of Islamists Muslim have developed the historical-critical study of the Koran and the origin of Islam, obtaining different results from traditional Muslim historiography. The great secret of Islam is unknown to Muslims and Christians as well. 

The greatest secret of Islam is revealed, disclosing the untold stories of Muslim and their top secrets. Several generations of Islamists Muslim have developed the historical-critical study of the Koran and the origin of Islam, obtaining different results from traditional Muslim historiography. The great secret of Islam is unknown to Muslims and Christians as well.
The great secret of Islam: What Muslims Don't Know About their Religion
The French Catholic priest Edouard-Marie Gallez, in his doctoral thesis on the History of Religions (published as Messiah and his Prophet, volumes 2, Paris Editions, 2005-2010), synthesized these previous studies, giving them a very coherent and suggestive view. I have known his thesis through a small book that discloses it: The great secret of Islam: The hidden history of Islam revealed by historical research, Paris 2015.
Gallez maintains that a deviation from Christianity is found in the origin of Islam: a global messianism that wanted to establish the Kingdom of God in the entire world through a political-religious program to eradicate the wicked, guided by the Messiah. After the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem in the year 70AD, some Judeo-Christians separated from the faith of the Apostles and formed the group of "Ebionites" or "Judeonazarenes". The Judeonazarenes considered themselves true Jews and true Christians, rejecting the divinity of Christ and the Holy Trinity, the death of Christ on the Cross and his resurrection. They accepted only the Torah and the apocryphal Gospel of the Hebrews as Holy Scripture, rejecting the rest of the Bible and the Talmud of Rabbinical Judaism. They expected the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem and the return of the Messiah Jesus, who would establish a temporary Kingdom of God in all the earth, with the Judeonazarenes as main collaborators.
Despite being a small minority, the Judeonazarenes survived for centuries. In the 6th century they renounced their ethnic isolation and invited neighboring Arab tribes to enter their messianic project to reconquer Jerusalem and the Promised Land. Originally Islam was an alliance between Judeonazarenes and Arabs, in which the main role corresponded to the former, who contributed both the doctrine and the direction of the movement. The Koran was then a Judeonazarene lectionary adapted to Arabic: a set of readings and commentaries on the sacred texts of the sect that supported Judeonazarene proselytizing among the Arabs. He insistently attacked Christians, calling them associators for having associated (supposedly) the Son and the Holy Spirit with the only God; and attacked rabbinical Judaism.

The Secret of Islam not known to Muslims and Christians

Muhammad was not a prophet, but the political-military leader of the Arabs allied to the Judeonazarenes. He was not born in Mecca, but in Syria, in an Arab tribe. Taking advantage of a moment of weakness in the Byzantine empire, the Judeonazarene-Arab alliance attempted the conquest of Jerusalem by adding its forces to those of the Persians. In 614 the Persian army, supported from within the city by a Jewish revolt, took Jerusalem and carried out a gruesome massacre, killing about 40,000 Christians and deporting or enslaving another 35,000. The Persians trusted the city government to the local Jews, frustrating the Judeonazarene messianic project. The Judeonazarenes and their Arab allies were soon expelled from Jerusalem and Palestine. In 622, the counterattack of the Byzantine emperor Heraclius prompted them to emigrate from Syria to Medina, in northern Arabia, where there was a strong Judeonazarene community. This ight (the Hegira) later became the year zero of the Muslim calendar, but the Muslim legend transformed it into an emigration from Mecca to Medina.
Muhammad died around the year 632. By 637, the Emigrants took Jerusalem and began the reconstruction of the ancient Temple, using the shape and dimensions of their Sancta Sanctorum. The Islamic tradition later lost that memory, designating the building as "the mosque of Omar". The Judeonazarenes invoke the gure of the Messiah, they appeal to his return. But the Messiah does not return. The Judeonazarene priests try to temporize with the Arab warriors and their chiefs, eager to become the chosen ones of the new Kingdom of the 'Messiah Jesus', as the Koran says. But time passes (…) In 640, the Arab leaders have understood: the messiah will not return, there is no Kingdom for the elect, they have been tricked.
The Judeonazarene teachers are swindlers and traitors who have trained them for nothing in almost 40 years of false promises, efforts, exile, sacrifices and wars (…). Well, may the Judeonazarenes perish since they do not have a messiah or a kingdom of the elect to give to the Arabs! (…) By eliminating the Judeonazarene leaders, Omar has killed two birds with one stone: he not only appropriates the conquest, it also regains religious command.
Islam's intuition has just been born. But before it truly takes form as a doctrine, it will take more than 100 years - and before it finally takes hold and is structured, at least two more centuries.” (Olaf, oc, p. 38).
Islam as we know it is based on a manipulation of its own historical and religious foundations, carried out in the 7th-9th centuries to justify the domination of the Arab conquerors, erasing the Judeonazarenes.
The idea is maintained that the elect must dominate the world, but now they are identified with the Arab Muslims, descendants of Abraham by Ismael.

Revealing of the secret in their prayer 

Later, all Muslims, Arabs and non-Arabs were put on an equal footing. Towards 670 an Arab sanctuary was built in Mecca, attributing its origin to Abraham and even Adam. The Muslims stopped praying facing Jerusalem and started praying facing Mecca. Through the manipulation of the Koran and the "industry" of the hadiths (memories or comments of the first disciples of Muhammad) Muhammad was attributed a role as an eminent prophet and the norm of Islam, recreating the historical figure and the events of proto-Islam.
Eventually a number of more than 1.5 million hadiths was reached, about 137 for each day of Muhammad's "public life". In the 10th century the crystallization of Islam took place, with the absolute sacralization of the character of Muhammad and the end of the work of theological reflection and interpretation of the texts of the Koran.
At the end of his book, Olaf reflects on the inability of Islamism to achieve the messianic dreams of its Judeonazarene founders. He concludes that the time of traditional Islam is numbered, because at some point, he will have to do his critical self-examination.


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