Billederne af den heilende mufti af Jerusalem er sikkert kendte, men det er interessant at høre en tidligere PLO ´terrorist sige: “Sekulær fascisme som Hitlers er langt mindre farlig, end den islamofascisme vi ser idag. Den prøver at få magten i 55 muslimske lande, så i realiteten risikerer vi at stå med adskillige efterfølgestater til Hitler Tyskland”. Video 7 minutter.
Hizb ut Tahrir afhopper i BBC
Newsnight “Former Hizb-ut Tahrir leader Maajid Nawaz explains why he resigned from the party. min 20:17“ You Tube video via Veritas Universalis
Da det er islam der har brug for Europa og ikke omvendt, er det følgelig islam der har noget at vinde på denne “dialog” . Først som sidst – visse ting er ikke til diskussion, ikke engang i Sverige:
An umbrella of Muslim organisations in Europe is urging dialogue and more know-Islam campaigns. [..] ”This tells of a racist nature and marks a flagrant violation of all moral values and considerations,” said FIOE, a non-profitable European organisation established in 1989 that provides a framework for member bodies in 26 European countries. “Such sketches of hate obviously aim to tarnish the positive image of Sweden which has for decades maintained good relations with the Muslim world.”
At lade sig tage ved næsen med vilje
mærkeligt nok har mange af disse “enlige børn” overskæg, og de har givetvis en famlie der følger efter. Så naive som svenske politikere er, kan man kun være med vilje.
Det KAN tolkes politisk………
med lidt ond vilje:
“Hr. Blauenfeldts udtalelse om, at Amerika fortjente terrorangrebene den 11. september, var skandaløs. Enhver amerikaner, og især ofrenes efterladte, ville blive lamslået over at høre, at en tv-vært kan give udtryk for den slags holdninger på dansk fjernsyn,” siger Alistair Thomson, der er talsmand for den amerikanske ambassade i Danmark.
“Jeg er absolut ikke anti-amerikansk i min grundholdning og har på ingen måder haft et ønske om at give udtryk for det. Nu, hvor jeg ser mine egne ord på tryk, kan jeg godt se, at de kan tolkes politisk. Det var under ingen omstændigheder min mening, og det er jeg ked af og beklager.” DR-vært vækker vrede i USA
Brussels and 9/11
Diana West leder i Washington Times:
The week’s biggest story garnered little press and few comments. But, in a significant way, this overlooked story — an outrageous display of police force in Brussels on September 11, 2007 — symbolizes the missing link in our flawed comprehension of both Iraq and September 11.
There, in the so-called capital of Europe, 200 people marked the day with a protest against the Islamization of Europe — a civilizational shift which, as Europe increasingly accommodates Shariah (Islamic law), is shockingly advanced. Indeed, Bernard Lewis has already predicted Europe will become Islamic by century’s end. Absent a reversal of Islamization (which remains possible) I’m guessing sooner than that.
The assembly, sponsored by Stop the Islamization of Europe, was wholly peaceful — at least until Belgian police showed up. With a chopper above, water cannon nearby, they didn’t break heads, exactly — nothing so kind as that. In a photo that should be titled The New Face of Fascism (brusselsjournal.com), we see black-clad Belgian policemen brutalizing a man in a light-colored suit and tie. His hands are cuffed behind his back, his right elbow is clasped in what is known as an arm-bar hold, and he is also being subjected to a genital hold — a vicious grip that, a retired cop friend of mine tells me, would get any American policeman thrown off the force.
The man under arrest was Frank Vanhecke, president of the Flemish secessionist party Vlaams Belang and a member of European Parliament. Also arrested and beaten was Filip Dewinter, who, as the leading politician of Vlaams Belang, Belgium’s largest opposition party, has personally garnered 25 percent of the electorate (http://kleinverzet.blogspot.com/).
These men are invariably described as “far-right” politicians, as though “far-right”-ness alone (whatever that means when totalitarian police tactics are considered tolerant left) is rationale enough for harsh treatment. I’ve met both men and know them as free-market, small-government conservatives who deeply believe Western civilization is worth defending against the Islamization that occurs with the entrenchment of Shariah. Indeed, they are bravely trying to prevent Europe’s Islamization, practically by themselves. I say “bravely” because in Europe these days, as we know from the Islamically motivated murders of Pim Fortyun and Theo van Gogh, such beliefs can get you killed.
Maybe so, a reader might say. But what does protesting Shariah in Europe have to do with either American policy in Iraq or September 11? The answer is everything. What were the attacks of September 11 all about? Al Qaeda’s terrorist plot was designed not only to strike at the United States but to advance the cause of establishing an Islamic caliphate — a world government ruled according to Shariah, which, among other things, forbids criticism of Islam. Polls indicate that sizable numbers of Muslims (solid majorities in key countries), regardless of their opinion of al Qaeda, share this same goal of a Shariah-based, Islamic caliphate. This is a highly significant overlap between the goals of Islamic terrorism and what we think of as mainstream Islam.
Meanwhile, though, in our childish, PC wisdom (accepted across the political spectrum), we have let Islam off the hook when it comes to terrorism, sticking to the story that our whole problem is with a Tiny Band of Extremists That Hijacked Islam, not the jihadist teachings of Islam itself. To make the story stick, we also seem to ignore the impetus behind Islamic terrorism — the imposition of Shariah, what with its ultimate institutional denigrations of non-Muslims and women, and its denial of freedom of conscience and expression.
This blinkered view of Islam explains how even in our commemorations of September 11 we ignore the ongoing threat to liberty posed by the spread of Shariah across the West, which the SIOE was trying to protest. It even helps explain our confusion over Iraq, where, ignoring the formative influence of Shariah on the native culture, we are stumped by our failures to remake Iraq in our own Western image.
There is another consequence of our blindness: a terrible indifference to cultural allies in Europe who are fighting its Islamization-a cataclysm for the liberty-based West. We ignore them at our peril.