10 Fake Documents that Changed History

Memoirs of Mr. Hempher

Also titled “Confessions of a British Spy”, this book is a fabricated autobiography of a British spy that tells a tale of a man who allegedly founded the Wahhabism movement. The account states that the British were responsible for the movement initiated as a way to weaken Muslim morals and ultimately take over the Muslim population. Although obviously a fake, some Islam leaders still believe it to be a true account and it was of great significance to Islam conspiracy theorists.

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