This is the sad state of the internet - it's awash with moon-bats such as this Usama Dakdok who present the most obvious falsehoods out there!
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For the information of anybody who wants to cut through the misinformation of right-winged-evangelical-Christians:
Prophet Muhammad (p) never went to Egypt. His earthly life had passed when Egypt fell into Muslim hands
Amr ibn al-Aas was the Muslim leader who captured Egypt from the Byzantines roughly ten years after the passing away of Prophet Muhammad (p)
Usama Dakdok is a Coptic Christian and his people were persecuted at the hands of the Byzantine Christians and viewed with relief the over-throwing of Byzantine rule by the Muslims:
The garrison of
had already surrendered two months after the death of Heraclius, and six months later Amr started building a permanent military camp, named Fustat, near this fortress. The military colony later grew into a thriving metropolis and continued to be the Muslim capital of Egypt until 973, when the Fatimids [909-1171] made the new city of Cairo, found near it (in 969), the seat of their government. Babylon (capital of Hellenic Egypt), like the rest of the country was evacuated by the Byzantine army in September 642 in accordance with the Cyrus-Amr peace treaty, and was occupied by the Arabs. Thus came to an abrupt end the Byzantine rule in Alexandria , and the Copts viewed it with relief. Cyrus had died earlier in March 642. Egypt
In 642, Amr ibn al-Aas built a mosque , which bears his name and still in use , to the north of the
Christians really need to stop inviting folk such as Usama Dakdok to their churches and gatherings if they value honesty and accuracy.