Islam Betrayed And Subverted By Muslim Leaders In The Middle East & Beyond

Islam Betrayed And Subverted By Muslim Leaders In The Middle East & Beyond

By Matthias Chang – Future Fast-Forward

 A Warning

 Surah 8- Al Anfal: 36-37

The Unbelievers spend their wealth to hinder (men) from the path of God, and so will they continue to spend; but in the end they will have (only) regrets and sighs; at length they will be overcome: And the Unbelievers will be gathered together to hell.

In order that God may separate the impure from the pure, put the impure, one on another, heap them together, and cast them into hell. They will be the ones to have lost.    

A Brief Historical Backgroud

No one who is a genuine Believer will be surprised by the title of this article since the creation of the “Islamic States” in the region was by the hands of Evil before the conclusion of WWI. Prior to WWI, the entire region (the so-called Middle East) was part of the Ottoman Empire. The countries that are demarcated in the ‘modern’ map of the region did not exist at all. The Sykes-Picot Agreement (1916) was a private wartime treaty between Britain and France. It was named after its chief negotiators, Mark Sykes of Britain and Georges Picot of France.

France and Britain divided up the Arab territories of the former Ottoman Empire into spheres of influence. In its designated sphere, it was agreed, each country shall be allowed to establish such direct or indirect administration or control as they desire and as they may think fit to arrange with the Arab State or Confederation of Arab States. Under Sykes-Picot, the Syrian coast and much of modern-day Lebanon went to France; Britain would take direct control over central and southern Mesopotamia, around the Baghdad and Basra provinces. Palestine would have an international administration, as other Christian powers, namely Russia, held an interest in this region. The rest of the territory in question—a huge area including modern-day Syria, Mosul in northern Iraq, and Jordan—would have local Arab chiefs under French supervision in the north and British in the south. Also, Britain and France would retain free passage and trade in the other’s zone of influence (Source:

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