Sensational discovery: a copy of the Koran in America precedes the arrival of Columbus five centuries

Sensational discovery: a copy of the Koran in America precedes the arrival of Columbus five centuries

Fri, December 26 1 / December 2014 12:10

Sensational discovery - a copy of the Koran in America precedes the arrival of Columbus five centuries[Baghdad-where]

Rhode Island University announced (Rhode Island) for the discovery of a copy of the Koran Kufic buried in the ancient cemetery was believed to be the Red Indians and developed in the nineteenth century, which clearly indicates that the Muslim Arabs arrived in the US ground before Columbus five hundred years, which could lead to a look New on US soil and discovered .

He says posted on the university website report: For centuries it was believed that Christopher Columbus was the first man to cross the Atlantic to the New World, but new evidence from the research team from the University of Rhode Island declared that Muslims sailors may have been the first to arrive and settled on American shores, he may discover lead to a re-writing of history as we know it .

Professor Ivan says Iorsko in charge of a research team at the university we expect to find traces of settlements for Native Americans, but what we found was a number of clay pots containing ancient manuscripts written in Arabic ” .

Fell to a team of researchers at what could be a mass grave for the sailors found the skeletons of four in an advanced state of decomposition can make it impossible to conduct DNA tests, although the teeth showed early decay could explain the cause of death following poor diet or disease is known .

Researchers from the University of Rhode Island did not expect to discover such a controversial nature was found on clothing, coins and two swords, but the artifacts remaining were in such poor condition that they are barely recognizable destroyed rust any impact as possible to get to know the writing on the swords and coins, in addition to a piece of cloth is damaged due to the long duration of burial, extreme humidity in the region .

Has been found on two of the pottery is also in good condition surprisingly, one of them containing precious manuscripts and the other a mixture of dried unidentified spices which, when selected, it can be further proof of the origin

Islamic researcher at the Central Karem bin Falah Ages of the University of Massachusetts decided to manuscripts dating back to the ninth century on the basis of Kufic manuscripts. Saying “Kufic is the oldest form of Arabic letters placed around the end of the 7th century in Kufa, Iraq, and the city of Kufa, taking the line named

He said the discovery of Kufic scripts in pre-Columbian America is absolutely wonderful discovery. ”

He says Byron Kent, although the burden of historical evidence was against the idea of Muslims travel across the Atlantic Ocean in pre-Columbian times, the expert did not question that the Muslims can Espqgua Columbus to the New World .

“They certainly have the technological expertise to do so; but, until now, there was no reliable evidence is that this discovery, is conclusive evidence.

Says Richard Frankavicla from the University of Willamette This unexpected discovery adds, “The arrival of the Muslims hypothesis to the New World before Columbus attractive hypothesis because it is very reasonable were navigational accomplishments big Muslims really. He was Columbus himself had used the skills of Muslim sailors, and there is no doubt that the Muslims have the technological expertise that will enable them to reach the New World . ”

The report cites a book promoter gold Messaoudi that during the rule of the Muslim Caliph of Spain Abdullah bin Mohammed (888-912 AD), there was a navigator Muslim, called poppy bin Said bin Black, from Cordoba, Spain sailed from (Palos) in 889 AD, and through Atlantic Ocean that was unknown to the ground and returned wonderful treasures. According to Masoudi map of the world that there is a large area in the vicinity of the darkness and the fog was referred to an unknown destination, which many scientists believe it Alomrictaan.