My posts were quite clear and feel you are (perhaps deliberately) missing the entire point.I'm sorry, it seems You didn't read what I was saying, or didn't understood what I was saying.
I was talking about a cultural phenomenon and that isn't "acts, beliefs and attributes".
Cultural appropriation is a phenomenon present since human kind had more than one culture and it's present in all domains of culture.
Christianism appropriated the Old Testament, which was the Holly Book of Jewish people. Muslim appropiated parts of the Jewish and Christian religion. For example.
And I gave You more than one, examples. If I can't make You understand the difference between a phenomenon and specific acts, beliefs, religions, ethnicities, I'm sorry, but I really can't do more.
No, not "as per my posts".
I wasn't comparing Islam to Christianity.
I was comparing Hungary, Ottoman Empire and Spain form the "multicultural" vs "mono-cultural" point of view. State's policies, administrative/organisation frames, inter-reactions between groups and state.
And although groups (especially in medieval period) have as strongest bond ethnicity and religion, I was saying that no, In medieval Hungary and the Ottoman inter-relations between state and groups aren't governed solely by the group's apartenence to a specific religion, nor it's apartenence solely to a specific ethnicity.
It's why I compared medieval Hungary (= Catholic) to Ottoman Empire (= Islamic) and to Spanish Empire (= Catholic). Because all three had their "glory" approximately in the same period, and the three had different approaches in the matter, they have points of convergence and points of divergence.
The difference in the state's approach towards groups is clear between Hungary and Spain (although both Catholic) also between Ottoman Empire and Spanish Empire (although both empires). And some of the long term results are also different.
IMO, looking at it strictly through the "Islamist" lens is simply ignoring the other factors involved.
PS: tomar, all that has nothing nothing to do with PC, islamophobia, BBC and the rest.
In any case, I'm just going to leave it here as you've clearly not understood my counter points to your post (218) and have engaged in various forms of diversions and red herrings. If you want to respond then fine, so long as our posts are left up for others to read through, if they are so inclined.