Ok, there’s been a LOT of absolute nonsensical drivel about how ‘muslims discovered the Americas’ and the muzzlimians trying to claim ‘Indigenous’ status off that.

1; They didn’t discover the Americas.

2; The ONLY Indigenous people of the Americas are The Peoples of The Nations, and that means us Native Americans. It does NOT and indeed CAN not refer to anyone else.

So, here’s some info to blow a huge, gaping hole in the absolutely idiotic, revisionist, insultingly ignorant crap that muzlimians are trying to refer to as ‘Historical Fact’.

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/11/erdogan-and-harvard-muslims-discovered-america.php

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that the Americas were discovered by Muslims in the 12th century, nearly three centuries before Christopher Columbus set foot there.

“Contacts between Latin America and Islam date back to the 12th century. Muslims discovered America in 1178, not Christopher Columbus,” the conservative president said in a televised speech during an Istanbul summit of Muslim leaders from Latin America.

“Muslim sailors arrived in America from 1178. Columbus mentioned the existence of a mosque on a hill on the Cuban coast,” Erdogan said.

 

There’s a good amount of info at the above link that makes some very complete points.
Now, to continue with the demolition of the Lies spouted by such as Harvard and other decerebrate sub-morons…

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/10/121019-viking-outpost-second-new-canada-science-sutherland/

Archaeologists have long known that Viking seafarers set sail for the New World around A.D. 1000. A popular Icelandic saga tells of the exploits of Leif Eriksson, a Viking chieftain from Greenland who sailed westward to seek his fortune. According to the saga, Eriksson stopped long enough on Baffin Island to walk the coast—named Helluland, an Old Norse word meaning “stone-slab land”—before heading south to a place he called Vinland.

In the 1960s two Norwegian researchers, Helge Ingstad and Anne Stine Ingstad, discovered and excavated the Viking base camp at L’Anse aux Meadows (map) on the northern tip of Newfoundland—the first confirmed Viking outpost in the Americas. Dated to between 989 and 1020, the camp boasted three Viking halls, as well as an assortment of huts for weaving, ironworking, and ship repair.

Again, there’s much more additional info at the link above.

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2012/11/vikings-and-indians/pringle-text

The more Sutherland sifted through the old Dorset collections, the more evidence she found that Vikings had come to these shores. While examining the stone tools, she discovered nearly 30 traditional Norse whetstones, standard gear for Viking men and women. She also found several Dorset carvings of what looked to be European faces, with long noses, prominent eyebrows, and possibly beards.

All these artifacts pointed strongly to friendly contact between Dorset hunters and Viking seafarers. But to gather more clues, Sutherland needed to excavate, and Tanfield Valley seemed the most promising of the four sites. In the 1960s American archaeologist Moreau Maxwell had dug part of a peculiar stone-and-turf structure there. The ruins, he later wrote, were “very difficult to interpret,” but he finally concluded that wandering Dorset hunters had built some sort of house there. Sitting in her office, surrounded by trays of Viking artifacts, Sutherland found that hard to believe. The Dorset had built snug homes the size of an average modern bedroom. The house in Tanfield Valley, one wall of which measured more than 40 feet long, would have been much, much larger.

And again, plenty more info at the link above.

SO…once AGAIN islam’s BS about how ‘great’ it is, totally debunked.

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