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Treachery of the Shia Rafida, case IBN Al-ALQAMI - History repeats itself

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“O you who believe! Take not as (your) Bitanah (advisors, consultants, protectors, helpers, friends) those outside your religion (pagans, Jews, Christians, and hypocrites) since they will not fail to do their best to corrupt you. They desire to harm you severely. Hatred has already appeared from their mouths, but what their breasts conceal is far worse. Indeed We have made plain to you the Ayat if you have sanity. Here you are! You are the ones who love them but they love you not, and you believe in all the Books [i.e. you believe in the Taurt (Torah) and the Injeel (Gospel), while they disbelieve in your Book, the Qur?an]. And when they meet you, they say, “We believe”. But when they are alone, they bite the tips of their fingers at you in rage. Say: “Perish in your rage. Certainly, Allah knows what is in the breasts (all the secrets).” [Qur’an, 3: 118-119]

The Story of Ibn Al `Alqami Al-Rafidi

Ibn Katheer mentions in his famous book, Al-Bidaayah Wan-Nihaayah:
“Al Musta’sim billah used to have a minister called ibn Al Alqami.”
Ibn Al Alqami was a Rafidi Twelver Shiite (the Shi`ah who curse the Sahabah). He was severely corrupted but used to show the people that he was a man of Prayer and piety. However behind the shadows, he was the one who wrote letters to the Mongol barbarian Hulagu Khan. In one of the letters he wrote, “I am willing to help you conquer all of Baghdad on the condition that you remove the Khilafah(Caliphate) of the Muslims”

While the Caliph was upon the way of the Sunnah as both his predecessors, Ibn Al-’Alqami was a Rafidhi Shee’ah. He had staged his plans for the destruction of the Sunnah Abbasid and the establishment of a Shi’ah state. He had thought that by allowing and helping the Mongols to do so, he would get rid of the Sunnis in Iraq and establish a Shi’ite state. For example, he would go to the Caliph and advise him to make redundant 15,000 soldiers from the army. He claimed that it was costly and not necessary to retain them and insisted until the Caliph agreed, and ordered 15,000 soldiers of the Abbasid Caliphate to return home. After a few months, Ibn al-’Alqami returned and advised him to release another 20,000 soldiers. The Caliph agreed to take on his “expert” advice to the pending doom of the caliphate.

After the Caliph had done according to his wishes, ibn Al Alqami personally chose from the best of the soldiers, took away their weapons and sent them home. The 20,000 soldiers that he had made redundant were equivalent to a million of the Tatar army because they were brave, ready to fight and die in the path.

By way of his being a minister in the government, and the Caliph being heedless of him, ibn Al-’Alqami tried his utmost to deregulate the armies of the Caliph and hinder enrollment in the army. In his days, the army had reached around one hundred thousand soldiers, some of their commanders having the power and respect of kings. Yet he continued to deregulate the armies until the number of soldiers came down to about ten thousand. He changed the posts of the remaining soldiers from the front lines to other less meaningful positions, such as guards for the marketplace and door attendants at the Masjid.

Once he had completed his conspiracy, he wrote to Hulagu and informed him how Baghdad had no more than 10,000 soldiers. He encouraged him to overtake the land, describing it as easy and telling him the reality of the government and its forces. He instructed Hulagu to come from the north of Baghdad and divide the army to all other fronts in the south and the east.
So when the armies of the Tatar overtook Baghdad under the leadership of their chief Hulagu Khan, he brought with him his comrade At-Toosi, and the first to go out and meet them was the minister Ibn Al-’Alqami. After meeting with Hulagu, he returned to the Caliph.

Ibn Al-’Alqami suggested to the Caliph to go out and meet with Hulagu, and to lower himself in front of him, for the welfare of the nation, and to offer him one half of all the land taxes collected yearly in Iraq. He continued to convince the Caliph until he went out to meet Hulagu in the presence of over 700 judges, scholars, and prominent figures.

So when they came close to the house of Hulagu, they drew back from the Caliph and all but 17 people entered with him. As far as those who stayed back, as soon as they came down from their horses, they were killed. The Caliph met with Hulagu and then returned to Baghdad in the company of At-Toosi, ibn Al-’Alqami as well as others. The Caliph then returned to Hulagu and brought with him much gold and jewels.

As soon as the Caliph returned, the order was given to kill him, and it is said the one who gave the suggestion was Ibn Al-’Alqami himself along with At-Toosi.
They went to the tent of the Caliph, had him surrounded by the army and hit him with their shoes until his bones were broken. After that, they let loose the horses to jump onto him until the Caliph was killed.

Ibn Al-’Alqami was the one who betrayed and used all means to destroy the Muslims from within. Hulagu then entered Baghdad early in the morning and started to kill the women, the children, the elderly. They raped and mutilated much from the Muslims.
It was the biggest massacre of Iraq, similar to the massacres of Fallujah and Basra today.
Ibn Katheer then says, “After the Caliph was killed, they went and stormed through the country, killing everyone they were able to from men, women, and children, old and young, sick and healthy. Many people hid inside wells and gardens, hiding for days so as not to be found, or ran to the hills and mountains.

The Tatar continued their rampage, killing the people even on the roofs of their homes and inside the Masjid, until the streets ran of blood like rainwater in a valley. No one was safe from them, except the Jews, Christians and those that took refuge in the home of Ibn Al-’Alqami, the same one who set this trap up for the Muslims. The killing continued until it was said that the number of dead reached one million eight thousand bodies.”

They did not leave anyone alive and continued killing and burning everything for 40 days until nothing was left. Ibn Kathir described Baghdad as being full of bodies until the smell made it difficult to breathe and diseases had spread causing many more people to die.
Then it was declared that Baghdad was under the control of the Tatars. It was complete chaos and nobody could recognise their own brother or mother because all the bodies were so badly mutilated and rotten.

But after this Hulagu called Ibn Al-’Alqami. Hulagu was shrewd and he knew that the hypocrite was not trustworthy. He said, “I do not see anything that you deserve for your co-operation with me except to kill you in a very bad way.”
That is how the hypocrite’s fate was sealed. Hulagu had him hung from his legs and let everyone cut his body into pieces. This ultimately was the end of the Shii’te minister and hypocrite.

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