Saturday, February 25, 2017

Islam Is Gaining a Foothold in Mayan Chiapas in Southern Mexico

Islam Is Gaining a Foothold in Mayan Chiapas in Southern Mexico


Islam Is Gaining a Foothold in Chiapas
Islam Is Gaining a Foothold in Chiapas
PRAYING TO ALLAH IN MEXICO
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Long a bastion of Catholicism, southern Mexico is quickly turning into a battleground for soul-savers. Islam, too, is gaining a foothold and the indigenous Mayans are converting by the hundreds. The Mexican government is worried about a culture clash in their own backyard.
Islam in the Philippines started in 1380. The Spanish Pigs fight the Filipino Moro Muslims of Mindanao Southern Philippines since 1521. Even Americans, Filipinos and Japanese lost to them. Even Chinese want more headache.


Even the Mexican Drug Cartels like the Sinaloa and Los Zetas Drug Cartel have no defense to the Future Maya Jihadist Warriors of Southern Mexico.’



 Anastasio Gomez, a Tzotzil Mayan from Mexico, fondly remembers his pilgrimage to Mecca. He circled around the Kaaba, the highest sanctuary of Muslims, seven times. At Mount Arafat he prayed to Allah and then he, together with 15 other Indians, sacrificed a sheep before boarding the flight back to their Mexican home.


“In Islam, race plays no role,” the young man says joyously. His enthusiasm is understandable. After all, in his home state of Chiapas, Mexico’s poorest, the indigenous people are viewed as second class humans, and whites and Mestizos treat the Indian majority as if they weren’t there. In the southern Mexican provincial metropolis San Cristóbal de las Casas, the descendants of the Maya even have to move onto the street if a white person approaches them on the sidewalk.
Gomez, 23, converted to Islam eight years ago; ever since then, he has called himself Ibrahim. On his first pilgrimage seven years ago, the Indian was still something of an anomaly. Today, however, Muslim women in headscarves have become a common sight on the streets of San Cristobal.

Conquerors from Spain

About 300 Tzotzil-Indians have converted to Islam in recent years and it’s a development that is beginning to worry the Mexican government. Indeed, the government even suspects the new converts of subversive activity and has already set the secret service onto the track of the Mayan Muslims. Mexican President Vincente Fox has even gone so far as to say he fears the influence of the radical fundamentalists of al-Qaida.











But the Indians have no interest in political extremism. Rather, they belong to the Sunni, Murabitun sect that was founded by the Scotsman Ian Dallas and is seen as an offshoot of a Moroccan religious order. The Murabitun followers represent a sort of primal Islam: Earning interest profits through money lending is a no-no and they preach a literal interpretation of the Koran.



“The see themselves as restorers of Islam,” says the anthropologist Gaspar Morquecho, author of a study of the Muslims of Chiapas. “Their defiance of capitalism is similar in many respects to the critique of globalization espoused by many left-wingers.”












While the Mayan Muslims in Chiapas have been receiving extra attention of late, the Tzotzil conversion has been underway for some time. In the mid 1990s, a group of Spanish Muslims embarked to Latin America to spread the word; their leader was Aureliano Perez, who is now worshipped by the Maya-Muslims as Emir Nafia. He offered the Zapatista rebels fighting under Subcomandante Marcos, whom Perez supported, an ideological-religious alliance. Marcos was hesitant to enter the odd pact, but the Muslim missionaries were unperturbed: They discovered that the Tzotzil Indians made up the majority of the Zapatista rebels and were quite open to the teachings of the prophet Mohammed.


The battle for the souls of Chiapas is nothing new. In the 16th century, the Spanish conquistadors used brute force to convert the Indians to Catholicism. Half a millennium later, evangelical pThe battle for the souls of Chiapas is nothing new. In the 16th century, the Spanish conquistadors used brute force to convert the Indians to Catholicism. Half a millennium later, evangelical preachers from the US have turned Latin America into a religious battleground in their efforts to lure Catholics away from the Church. In the town of San Juan Chamula alone — whose church is seen as something of a spiritual center by the Tzotzil Indians and attracts thousands of tourists a year — there are 11 different congregations seeking to save the souls of the Indians.reachers from the US have turned Latin America into a religious battleground in their efforts to lure Catholics away from the Church. In the town of San Juan Chamula alone — whose church is seen as something of a spiritual center by the Tzotzil Indians and attracts thousands of tourists a year — there are 11 different congregations seeking to save the souls of the Indians.The battle for the souls of Chiapas is nothing new. In the 16th century, the Spanish conquistadors used brute force to convert the Indians to Catholicism. Half a millennium later, evangelical preachers from the US have turned Latin America into a religious battleground in their efforts to lure Catholics away from the Church. In the town of San Juan Chamula alone — whose church is seen as something of a spiritual center by the Tzotzil Indians and attracts thousands of tourists a year — there are 11 different congregations seeking to save the souls of the Indians.

The loss of cultural roots
The Catholics, however, are still, for the most part, in control. They belong to the mafia-esque former state party PRI run the town hall and the lucrative weekly market. In face of the advance of the evangelists, however, they fear that their influence may be waning and they have chased out more than 30,000 protestant Indians out of San Juan Chamula in the last three decades and hundreds have been killed or assaulted. Most of the refugees settled down in the slums on the outskirts of San Cristobal. Cut off from their cultural and religious roots, the Indians are easy prey for all manner of soul-savers.








“In Islam, the Indians rediscover their original values,” claims Esteban Lopez, the Spanish secretary general of the Muslim community. “The Christians destroyed their culture.” He presents the use and abuse of alcohol as proof. Alcoholism is wide-spread under Tzotzil Indians and the strict ban on spirits in Islam helps many to break the vicious circle of addiction and poverty.
In San Cristobal, the Mayan Muslims run a pizza shop and a carpenter workshop and they are seen by the whites as hard-working and diligent. In a Koran school, children learn Arabic and five times a day they pray in the backroom of a residential building. Empty congregation halls are not a problem for the new Muslims: Converted Muslims vow to witness the teachings of Mohammed among their families.


Anastasio Gomez — aka Ibrahim — for example, has managed to convert his entire family. He is especially proud of the conversion of his 100-year-old grandfather who was member of a Christian sect. “He was wandering from religion to religion all his live. Now he has found his peace of mind with Allah,” says Ibrahim.


ISIS (ISIL/IS) Islamic State or Daesh - Al Qaeda and Islam in Indigenous Maya Mexican Muslims of Southern Mexico

ISIS (ISIL/IS) Islamic State or Daesh - Al Qaeda and Islam in Indigenous Maya Mexican Muslims of Southern Mexico

ISIS (ISIL/IS) Islamic State or Daesh - Al Qaeda and Islam in Indigenous Maya Mexican Muslims of Southern Mexico.
Oh Kuffars. You think ISIS is weak. Think Against. Islamic State will not make games anymore. I hope that ISIS have Mexico in Mind. I recommend that ISIS must take Southern Mexico like Chiapas and Yucatan Peninsula.

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Islam in the Philippines started in 1380. The Spanish Crusader Pigs fight the Filipino Moro Muslims of Mindanao Southern Philippines since 1521. Even Americans, Filipinos and Japanese lost to them. Even Chinese want more headache.
Even the Mexican Drug Cartels like the Sinaloa and Los Zetas Drug Cartel have no defense to the Future Maya Jihadist Warriors of Southern Mexico.
Islam is building up in Chiapas Region since the last Mayan Rebellion of 1994. There are now 300 to 1000 Mayan Muslims in Chiapas. Most of them came from Tzotzil and Tzeltal Mayan ethnic groups. Look on this report:

In Chiapas

The Spanish Murabitun community, the Comunidad Islámica en España, based in Granada in Spain, had strong ties to the Chiapas community. The Spanish missionary Muhammad Nafia (formerly Aureliano Pérez), now emir of the Comunidad Islámica en México, arrived in the state of Chiapas shortly after theZapatista uprising and established a commune in the city of San Cristóbal. Since then there have been reports of indigenous Mayans and Tzotzils converting to Islam.[3]
President Vicente Fox voiced concerns about the influence of the fundamentalism and possible connections to the Zapatistas and the Basqueterrorist organization Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), but it appeared that converts had no interest in political extremism.[4]
In San Cristóbal, the Murabitun established a pizzeria, a carpentry workshop[5]and a Quranic school (madrasa) where children learned Arabic and prayed five times a day in the backroom of a residential building. Nowadays, most of theMayan Muslims have left the Murabitun and established ties with the CCIM, now following the orthodox Sunni school of Islam. They built the Al-Kausar Mosque in San Cristobal de las Casas. 
In Yucatan, there are 100 Yucatec Muslims. Look on this report:http://sipse.com/milenio/islamicos-merida-yucatan-promueven-la-paz-en-mexico-194775.html 
MERIDA, Yuc.- arrived with the aim of promoting peace and to publicize Islam; It is the largest mosque of Muslims in Mexico and is concentrated in Merida, Yucatan, where they say that their mission has not been easy, especially the recent attacks by terrorist groups in developed countries. 
Azhar Goraya, spiritual leader (Imam of the Muslim community), belongs to the Ahmadiyya current; recently more than a year came to Yucatan to establish the mosque, one more is in Chiapas and will soon open one in Mexico City 
Oh Kuffars remember the Cancun. If Islam solidifies in the Mayan Yucatan Peninsula and start the Mayan Muslim raids in Tourist spots like Cancun, Cozumel, Palenque and etc. What happened to Canadian Tourists Hall and Ridsdell in the hands of the Muslims in Southern Philippines will happen to Southern Mexico in Chiapas and Yucatan Peninsula, a Mayan Homeland.

That is the True 2012 Mayan Prophecy: The Islamization of the Maya People.
Cancún (/kɑːnˈkuːn/ or /kæn-/;[2]Spanish pronunciation: [kaŋˈkun]) is a city in southeastern Mexico, located on the northeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsulain the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is an important renowned tourist destination in Mexico,[3] as well as being the seat of the municipality of Benito Juárez. The city is located on the Caribbean Sea, and is one of the easternmost points in Mexico. Cancún is located just north of Mexico’s Caribbean coast resort band known as the Riviera Maya. In older English-language documents, the city’s name is sometimes spelled “Cancoon,” an attempt to convey the sound of the name.[4]



Remember Apocalypto: The Mayans will become your worst nightmare just like in the Apocalypto Movie after converting to Islam. The Mayans will go back to their pre Spanish and Pre Colonial Ways thanks to Islam.

Even Yucatec Mayans embraced Islam