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Religion: Muslim Sabaean
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Bio: | name = GomerOzDubar
| image = GomerOzDubar.jpg
| birth_name = Sha Ta-Abdee Ud-Din Shahid Zayed Yasin Ahmad - شاء تا عبد هه محي الدين شهيد زايد ياسين أحمد
| birth_date = July 6
| birth_place = International Sovereign
| nationality = American, Arab Emirate, Sabaean Yemeni
| occupation = American Academic, theoretical writer, historian, amateur archaeologist, astro-theologian, Muslim apologist, "cyber" poet and investor/philanthropist
| known_for = Islam, Gospel of Jesus wife, Christianity, Dead Sea Scrolls, The Criss Cross of Simon
| alma_mater = Ivy League
| net worth = $2.6 Million
| website = www.gomerozdubar.com

'''GomerOzDubar''' (born '''Sha Ta-Abdee Ud-Din Shahid Zayed Yasin Ahmad''' July 6), known by the moniker '''GomerOzDubar''' (also known as '''Dr.Sha''' and '''Abrakadabr'''), is an American Academic, theoretical writer, historian, amateur archaeologist, astro-theologian, Muslim apologist, "cyber" poet and investor/philanthropist living between New England,USA and Dubai,UAE.

== Education ==
He is an alumni of Harvard Divinity with a concentration in anthropological and theological studies in Ancient Middle and Near Eastern rustic tradition. He is trained in comparative religions and historical studies best known for his extended research and assistance with the team headed by Dr Karen King. GomerOzDubar is a patron of the American Academy of Religion, the Society of Biblical Literature, the International Association for Coptic Studies, and Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas. He is currently serving as Middlesex College MCC instructor Quranic studies in pre-Islamic history and media ethics while sitting on a number of boards.

'''Life and Childhood years'''

Born July 6 as one of two trust fund siblings into a wealthy middle eastern family and the child of a diplomat, he received his private education with the Franciscan Jesuit based St Jeanne D'arc in his elementary years. His father's occupation as a delegate caused the family's relocation to a number of various locations throughout the Middle east and Asia. The family was moved to Libya, Malaysia, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates during the active years of delegation between 1969-1978. Following his high school education and graduating Phillip's Academy he attended undergraduate studies at University of Massachusetts before joining Harvard Divinity. The family are Muslims of Hebrew Yemenite origin carrying the self proclamation of Sabaeans and Mehri ethnicity. His ownership and shareholdings include:
Flex Tech Corp, Q Source, MMG, MillCityMzq LLC, Doha yacht club.

== Theories==

==Dead Sea Scrolls ==
GomerOzDubar claims the Old Testament documents grouped among the ancient Dead Sea Scroll manuscripts are late forgeries rescinded after the medieval age began and deceptively grouped among the among the finds. He cites problems in the release of the documents after its announcement due to his view of an illegal formation of the State of Israel in 1948. The carefully guarded manuscripts through a collaborative effort between a clandestine team from The Vatican and Israeli officials was an effort to suppress the availability of authenticating and dating the Scrolls until the birth of the Zionist State. Only to be released nearly 50 years later in facsimile edition and images which are now stirring controversy among scholars. An example cited by GomerOzDubar is the late dating of the ink on the Isaiah scroll and the lack of cinnabar based metallic deterioration on the manuscript which occurs after just 200 years on ancient materials. In addition to the late 'red and green ink" a practice which begun after Christianity and Islam, he further challenges its antiquity by the discovery of what appears to be western numerals and Tiberian style revision found in the text.

Further research done by GomerOzdubar is connecting the fleeing Judeans and Nasoreans into Arabia as they fled to the mountains in what he believes is a refugee trail of the Hasmoneans, Herodians and Nabateans remnants who's ancient text provided a possible catalyst for Quranic script ascribed to the Ansars with Muhammad.

== The Muslims of Jesus ==

According to the Quran, 3:49 "But when Jesus felt disbelief from them, he said, "Who are my supporters for the cause of Allah?" The apostles said," We are supporters for Allah . We have believed in Allah and testify that we are Muslims."

Gomerozdubar attaches the Ansar of Allah spoken about in the passage as the Nasorean supporters of Jesus among the Apostles referring themselves as "we are Muslims" to a rebel group of fighters and helpers of a large Judeaan cult involved in a violent revolutionary struggle against Roman domination in provinces of Judea, Samaria, Galilee, Syria and Antioch.

As mentioned in Acts 13:1 "In the church at Antioch there were prophets and teachers: Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen who had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch and Saul."]] He views this relationship before and after the reign of Tiberius and places the same Musalami rebels at war with Rome.

They found their origins displaced among Cyrenian and Barbars (or Nasara-Ken alluding to Saracens and Kinanans) along the north African routes to Abyssinian, Arabian, Judean, Samarian, Galilean and Antiochan provinces. He further identifies the Saracen, Cyrenians, Syrians, Nasaroeans and Ansar as the same rebels known to be Banu Kinana (zealots i.e. saracens) mentioned by Tacitus. The term "Berber" is most likely derived from barbarus ("barbarian"), the Roman term for foreign peoples, in turn derived from a Greek verb meaning "to babble" - a reference to outlandish tongues. Modern Berbers refer to themselves as Imazighen, whose original meaning may have been "free men" or "noble men". There is evidence that this term was widely used in Roman times also: the Roman-era tribal name Mazices and other variants are clearly related. Although ancient Berber culture displays strong Punic and Hellenistic influences, it had its own indigenous features. For example, the Libyan alphabet, a simplified form of the Phoenician; and the distinctive giant tumulus tomb of the Medracen. The Berber language (Tamazight) belongs to the Afro-Asiatic group (formerly known as Hamito-Semitic) and is therefore in the same family as ancient Egyptian

Ptolemy's Geography (2nd century CE) describes "Sarakene" as a region in the northern Sinai peninsula.Ptolemy also mentions a people called the "Sarakenoi" living in north-western Arabia (near neighbor to the Sinai).<ref>Retso, pp. 505-506.</ref> Eusebius of Caesarea refers to Saracens in his Ecclesiastical history, in which he narrates an account wherein Dionysius, Bishop of Alexandria, mentions Saracens in a letter while describing the persecution of Christians by the Roman emperor Decius: "Many were, in the Arabian mountain, enslaved by the barbarous 'sarkenoi'."The Historia Augusta also refers to an attack by "Saraceni" on Pescennius Niger's army in Egypt in 193, but provides little information as to identifying them.

Both Hippolytus and Uranius mention three distinct peoples in Arabia during the first half of the third century: the "Saraceni", the "Taeni" and the "Arabes". The "Taeni", later identified with the Arabic-speaking people called "Tayy", were located around the Khaybar oasis north of Medina, and also in an area stretching up to the Euphrates River. The "Saraceni" were placed north of them. These Saracens, located in the northern Hejaz, were described as people with a certain military ability who were opponents of the Roman Empire and who were classified by the Romans as barbarians.

The Saracens are described as forming the "equites" (heavy cavalry) from Phoenicia and Thamud. In one document the defeated enemies of Diocletian's campaign in the Syrian desert are described as Saracens. Other 4th century military reports make no mention of Arabs but refer to as Saracens groups ranging as far east as Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) that were involved in battles on both the Persian and Roman sides. The Saracens were named in the Roman administrative document Notitia dignitatum—dating from the time of Theodosius I in the 4th century—as comprising distinctive units in the Roman army. They were distinguished in the document from Arabs and Iiluturaens.

GomerOzdubar believes the morphed metathesis, and disparaging connotation by alien populations before and after the Roman periods evolved to a distinction made in the Quran between Judeans, Nasoreans (ansar) and Mushrikeen (Saracen), which he presumes applies to the nabatean-nubian polytheist brand of Saracens within the Quraysh confederation in this stage. The word širk comes from the Arabic root Š-R-K (ش ر ك), with the general meaning of "to share". In the context of the Quran, the particular sense of "sharing as an equal partner" is usually understood, so that polytheism means "attributing a partner to Allah".
In the Qur'an, shirk and the related word mušrikūn (مشركون), — those who commit shirk and plot against Islam — often refer to the enemies of Islam as in verse 9.1–15. Pre-Quranic Arabic idolatry made a number of godlings (most memorably the three goddesses al-Manāt, al-lāt and ʻUzzā) equal or subordinate associates of Allah (as the Qur'an discusses in the 53rd surat) and the word mushrikūn (singular: mushrik) is often translated into English as "polytheists".

In his historical chronicle "The Chronicles of Ash-Sham". (The Daily Events As of 1111 Hijri / 1699 CE ) and abriged in Yawmiat Shamiyya (Chronicles of Ash-Sham) "الحوادث اليومية من تاريخ أحد عشر وألف ومية" October 15, 2015.</ref> titled Chronicles of Ash-Sham, the Damascan writer Bin Kannan (محمد بن كَنّان الصالحي) uses the term "sarkan" to mean "travel on a military mission to" from the Near East to parts of Southern Europe which were under Ottoman Empire rule particularly Cyprus and Rhodes.

== The Criss Cross of Simon ==
[[File:The Criss Cross of Simon.jpg|thumb|The Criss Cross of Simon]]

GomerOzDubar writes, "Far from attempting to establish the legend as an historical event, my aim was establishing these historical beliefs existed and predate the New Testament compilation and canonization. The essay is a cross-examination of the surrounding historical beliefs involving Simon's role in the crucifixion which involves bearing the cross for Jesus Christ."

Demonstrating the crucifixion event of Jesus Christ as appearance and resemblance" and that Christ did not suffer death by crucifixion. The book provides references points and delineations from ancient texts and anti-Nicene writers, postulating a mysterious man called Simon of Kinana acted as substitute in place of Jesus being crucified. The author embarks on Docetism, Gnosticism, Masonry and Rosicrucian traditions beginning in the first, second and third centuries into some modern mystery traditions secretly maintained though the medieval age until our present day.

The Criss Cross of Simon offers a new perspective on a very ancient historical belief and a refutation to a number of allegations directed at the Quranic worldview found in the Muslim holy scripture. One of which incriminates the Quran as simply 'inventing' the denial of Jesus' suffering and death by crucifixion without any historical precedent. An allegation that the Quranic narrative, was an abrupt spiteful polemic and unwarranted fabrication of innovation in the 7th century never previously known historically.


'''Excerpt of The Criss Cross of Simon:'''
''Many traditions soon begin to develop by alternate movements as Tertullian, and later Epiphanius of Salamis accuse the Paulinite tradition of rejecting text and traditions found later in the NT. For instance, in De Carne Christi, we read an accusation against Marcion for rejecting the gospel according to John (among other gospels) a position also supported by Epiphanius. Tertullian, Tertullian On the Flesh of Christ, Hippolytus reported that Marcion's phantasmal (and docetist) Christ was "revealed as a man, though not a man", and did not really die on the cross. (Tertullion Adversus Marcionem (Against Marcion).

Crucifixion = L.I.A.R

Docetic leanings found in the NT Epistles, L.I.A.R. is the acronym which i shall use to reference the suffering crucifixion of Jesus in flesh used throughout the Epistles. This is an illustration of the esoteric Hermes-Christ (kriophoros) appearing in the form and likeness of man upon the cross. This hermeneutical position appears accepted and promulgated by the earliest Pauline traditions thru the likes of Marcion and the Chrestans. The application and use of hermenutics derives etymologically from Hermes.<ref>http://gomerozdubar.webs.com/</ref>

L = Likeness: "…God did by sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh to be a sin offering. (Epistle to Romans 8:3)

I = Image: " Professing to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the incorruptible God for an image made to resemble corruptible man ... "(Epistle to Romans 1:22).

A = Appearance: "You foolish Galatians! Who had bewitched you with an evil spell? It was before your eyes Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed as having been crucified?" (Epistle to Galatians 3:1)

R = Resemblance: "… rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a slave, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death—even death on a cross! (Epistle to Philippians 2:7)

NT Christians refer to the sin offering and suffering crucifixion of Jesus in flesh as LIKENESS, IMAGE, APPEARANCE, RESEMBLANCE = L.I.A.R<ref>http://gomerozdubar.webs.com/</ref>

Saul/Paul referred to in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Josephus as the 'Spouter of Lies' according to Dr. Robert Eisenman, who establishes a convincing sound connection between the Apostle Paul of Tarsus and a man whom the Dead Sea Scrolls calls ‘Spouter of Lies’ and who the chronicles of Josephus calls ‘Saul whose kinsman is Costobarus’ who disappears being interrogated by Nero in Corinth.
"The premise being presented to me is that the Pauline canon as we know it today is a 2nd century creation based on the ‘Saul whose kinsman is Costobarus’ archive, as re-worked by Marcion."<ref>Eisenman, Robert, (1996) James the Brother of Jesus, Viking. ISBN 0-670-86932-5</ref>

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