Time of Violence (video)

IMDB description:

Vreme na nasilie (original title)

In the 17th century, a Bulgarian Christian region is selected by the Ottoman rulers to serve as an example of conversion to Islam. A Janissary who was kidnapped from the village as a boy is sent to force the reluctant inhabitants to convert. The Turkish governor seeks a peaceful solution, but ultimately torture, violence, and rebellion break out. Written by Peter Reiher

1668. The jihad is in its heat in the Southeastern Europe. A corps of janissaries is commissioned to the Rhodope Mountains under the command of Karaibrahim. At the time, he was, as all the janissaries were, kidnapped from his Bulgarian family, raised as a Muslim, trained to be a ferocious warrior and convert infidels to Islam in a most brutal way. His cruelty stuns even local Ottoman ruler. He stops at nothing but the resistance of some of the locals is invincible. The struggle is half a success, there are many converts, the death toll is heavy, but all the Bulgarian keep their language and traditions on. Written by Georgi Djulgerov

Watch it all in parts. h/t Shoebat.com who calls it “The Movie That Everyone Needs To See.”

4 Responses

  1. VERY disturbing because the fever still remains through 1,400 years of inbreeding adding more insanity to their way of living and thinking.

  2. This is the middle of the article. It IS very interesting.
    The Muslim prophecies listed here are found in the Quran and the Sunnah. Mohammed was possessed by a demon who gave him these parallel prophecies (Mohammed actually said that he feared he was possessed), but it could simply be that he had a copy of the book of Revelation and patterned this all after the bible so as to look authentic. Personally, I believe he was either possessed or given this information and guided to build the Islamic religion by a demon or the devil himself.
    Please read all of it:
    http://www.prophecyandtruth.com/ and read chapters 7, 8 and 10.

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