“When one thinks of mass murder, Hitler comes to mind. If not Hitler, then Tojo, Stalin, or Mao. Credit is given to the 20th-century totalitarians as the worst species of tyranny to have ever arisen. However, the alarming truth is that Islam has killed more than any of these, and may surpass all of them combined in numbers and cruelty. The enormity of the slaughters of the ‘religion of peace’ are so far beyond comprehension that even honest historians overlook the scale.” – Mike Conrad, The Greatest Murder Machine in History 
“The Mohammedan conquest of India was probably the bloodiest story in history.” – Will Durant, American historian 
“…The Indian (subcontinent) population decreased by 80 million between 1000 (conquest of Afghanistan) and 1525 (end of Delhi Sultanate)” – Koenraad Elst, Negationism in India 
The Provincial Muslim Satraps – 15th Century
Excerpts from “The Magnitude of Muslim Atrocities” 
In 1391 CE the Muslims of Gujarat complained to Nasiruddin Muhammad, the Tughlaq Sultan of Delhi, that the local governor, Kurhat-ul-Mulk, was practicing tolerance towards the Hindus. The Sultan immediately appointed Muzzaffar Khan as the new Governor. He became independent after the death of the Delhi Sultan and assumed the title of Muzaffar Shah in 1392 CE. Next year he led an expedition to Somnath and sacked the temple that the Hindus had built once again. He killed many Hindus to chastise them for this “impudence” and raised a mosque on the site of the ancient temple. The Hindus, however, restarted restoring the temple soon after. In 1401 CE, Muzaffar came back with a huge army. He again killed many Hindus, demolished the temple once more, and erected another mosque.
Muzaffar was succeeded by his grandson, Ahmad Shah, in 1411 CE. Three years later, Ahmad appointed a special daroga to destroy all temples throughout Gujarat. In 1415 CE, Ahmad invaded Sidhpur, where he destroyed the images in Rudramahalaya and converted the grand temple into a mosque. Sidhpur was renamed Sayyadpur.
Mahmud Begrha, who became the Sultan of Gujarat in 1458 CE, was the worst fanatic of this dynasty. One of his vassals was the Mandalika of Junagadh, who had never withheld the regular tribute. Yet in 1469 CE, Mahmud invaded Junagadh. In reply to the Mandalika’s protests, Mahmud said that he was not interested in money as much as in the spread of Islam. The Mandalika was forcibly converted to Islam, and Junagadh was renamed Mustafabad. In 1472 CE, Mahmud attacked Dwarka, destroyed the local temples, and plundered the city. Raja Jaya Singh, the ruler of Champaner, and his minister were murdered by Mahmud in cold blood for refusing to embrace Islam after they had been defeated and their country pillaged and plundered. Champaner was renamed Mahmudabad.
Mahmud Khalji of Malwa (1436-69 CE) also destroyed Hindu temples and built mosques on their sites. He heaped many more insults on the Hindus. Ilyas Shah of Bengal (1339-1379 CE) invaded Nepal and destroyed the temple of Svayambhunath at Kathmandu. He also invaded Orissa, demolished many temples, and plundered many places. The Bahmani rulers of Gulbarga and Bidar considered it meritorious to kill a hundred thousand Hindu men, women, and children every year. They demolished and desecrated temples all over South India.
- Mike Conrad, The Greatest Murder Machine in History, available online at https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2014/05/the_greatest_murder_machine_in_history.html#ixzz5MlGTaPYS
- Will Durant, The Story of Civilization, Ch. XVI
- Koenraad Elst, Negationism in India, Voice of India, New Delhi, 2002, p.34
- The Magnitude of Muslim Atrocities: https://jesusallah.wordpress.com/2008/07/11/the-magnitude-of-muslim-atrocities-ghazanavi-to-amir-timur/