Slavery, rapetivism, apostasy ban, and robbing the infidelsKoran 9:29: Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor forbid that which Allah and his Messenger have forbidden, nor follow the religion of truth [Islam], from the People of the Book [Christians and Jews], until they pay the jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves utterly subdued.
Sadly 99.99% of what you see on the web about the origin of islam is hoax, i.e. based on revisionist texts written by muslim "scholars" long after the alleged Mohammed died. What is left when you remove this hoax is a gaping black historical hole, and the only way to make sense of it is to study its "Schwarzschild radius", i.e. what surrounded it.
Islam's evil origin is what makes it so evil even today - i.e. its rigid and fascistic discipline of its orthodoxy that was the basis for submission
It was islam's brainwashing of infidel racism into the minds of its illiterate jihadists that made it easy to loot, rape and terrorize, i.e. what is usually called "islamic conquest".
Islam is an ideology originating in human slave parasitism. Islamic finance started with slaves as the main currency and capital. The Wall Street of islam was the slave market. For the purpose of defending this immorality, a Jewish* ideology (all the wealthy people in Mohammed's Arabia were Jews incl. those Jews believing in Jesus) was first radically contrasted against Vagina Judaism (matrilinealism changed to patrilineal Penis Judaism, i.e. islam), and then, much later, roughly "finetuned" by Malik's invention of Mohammed and a "Koran" in the interface between the new ideology and the old Book".
A "religious" system based on the reproduction of as many muslims as possible via the Penis instead of the Jewish Vagina, spiced with apostasy ban and the ban on muslim women to marry non-muslim men, and financed by the world's most elaborate and widespread slave finance Sharia, now mainly fueled by Western oil and aid money).
Hugh Kennedy (professor of Arabic language and Arabic history): "Before Abd al-Malik (caliph 685-705) alleged Mohammed (allegedly dead 632) is never mentioned on any official document whatsoever nor any form of religious pronouncement”!
Islam has always abused women* so no surprise it now uses women academically to defend islamic misogynist sex apartheid
* in fact, the abuse of girls/women, i.e. rapetivism or sex apartheid if you like, has always constituted the main pillar of islam.
A Radio Netherlands' pro-islamofascist program seems to be the peak of her islam studies so far. And although she is on the side of the islamofascists she already has had to bow under the same facts as Klevius has pointed out for a decade, hence already also has come under attack from super islamofascists (or whatever they should be called) simply for admitting that islam didn't evolve from nothing.
Petra Sijpesteijn is just one example of how islam supports academics with the right attitude.
This is how she is described by Radio Netherlands:
The study of Arabic papyri is in its infancy. As far as the work done so far is concerned, the Muslim faithful can set their minds at ease: Dr Sijpesteijn says the texts largely confirm the official Islamic version of events.
Klevius comment: Sorry but we haven't seen anything so far supporting islamic teachings! And believe you me, we wont no matter how many papyri she studies, simply because there were no Arabic papyri around at the crucial time period!
Radio Netherlands: Dr Sijpesteijn distances herself (and got awarded for it) from the small group (sic) of polemical (sic) colleagues, known as the ‘revisionists’ (known by whom?), who assert that the Prophet Muhammad probably did not exista (to say this fact based on what we know apparently qualify as "polemical revisionism") . They say the Arabic conquerors were actually a disorganised horde of Bedouins who gained control of half the known world more or less by chance. Islam is said to have been dreamt up 200 years later in Iraq.
Klevius comment: The "disorganised horde of Bedouins" was led by very organized Jewish-Christians under the banner of MHMD(s?).
Radio Netherlands: Dr Sijpesteijn says for example that, shortly after Muhammad’s death, there is already mention of a pilgrimage and a tax. She has also come across a papyrus text written around 725 which names both the prophet and Islam.
Klevius comment: Really! Pilgrimage and tax were old inventions and 725 was almost hundred years after the alleged death of Mohammed!?
Radio Netherlands: Even so, her discoveries form a potential threat to the image some modern Muslims have of their history. The papyri contradict the belief held by many of today’s Muslims that Muhammad delivered Islam as a sort of ready-made package. “It looks as though Islam in its first centuries developed a form gradually. There was an awful lot of discussion about precisely what it meant to be a Muslim.”
Klevius comment: There was no original Muhammed in any meaningful sense comparable to the one presented in later islamic fairy tales.
Sijpesteijn also refers to sources (where/what are they?!) from the time of Muhammad (sic) or shortly afterwards, both islamic (sic) and non-islamic. “In the writings of 12 years after the death of Muhammad, Muslims are referred to as a separate religious group, first using the term muhajiroun, migrants who had left hearth and home.
Klevius comment: Look up 'muhajiroun' on Google and you will find some true muslims and that they are banned! As to Sijpesteijn's "evidence" it may be noted that they are hard to find and that she doesn't seem to be interested in spreading more information about them. She herself seems to have written not a single published book as yet, only a few articles.
Petra Sijpesteijn seems to have got a lot of resources compared to what she has done. But a good and PC approach to islam pays off: “The Formation of Islam: The View from Below” ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant 2009-2014
Shaping a Muslim State : The World of a Mid-Eighth-Century Egyptian Official. Oxford University Press. 2012 (this seems actually to be her 2004 PhD thesis and is not available in book form as it looks like after a Google search).
‘Economics of the Umayyad Army,’ in Studies in the Social and Economic History of the Medieval Middle East. Essays in Honour of Avram L. Udovitch, R. Margarati, A. Sabra and P.M. Sijpesteijn, eds. Leiden: E. J. Brill. 2010: 245-268
’Multilingual Archives and Documents in Post-Conquest Egypt,’ in The Multilingual Experience in Egypt, from the Ptolemies to the ‘Abbāsids. A. Papaconstantinou, ed. Burlington: Ashgate. 2010: 105-126
‘A Mid-Eighth-Century Trilingual Tax Demand to a Bawit Monk,’ in A. Boud’hors, J. Clackson and P. M. Sijpesteijn (eds.), The Administration of Monastic Estates in Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt, American Studies in Papyrology (Oxford 2009: 102-119
‘Arabic Papyri and Islamic Egypt,’ Chapter 20 in R. S. Bagnall (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Papyrology. Oxford University Press. 2009: 452-472
‘Landholding Patterns in Early Islamic Egypt,’ Journal of Agrarian Change 9 (2009): 120-133