Der er store moskeer i Rom, men myndighederne lukkede nogle små, som de ikke kan overvåge. I tilfælde af et terrorangreb, ville de med rette få skylden for det. Det mødte nul forståelse i den lokale ummah fra Bangla Desh. Er der forresten krig der, siden der er tusinder i Rom? Giulio Meotti skriver:
Rome’s prayer was not a “peaceful” rally, although there was no violence. It was not a manifestation of freedom of conscience, it was not the modern exercise of religious freedom. It was a declaration of cultural war, the deadly encirclement of Western secularism.
The multicultural paradox, of which Rome’s mass prayer was another manifestation, looks like this: We are afraid of each other and we try to flatter, we do not know ourselves so we don’t see our enemy’s goals.
The well-known preacher Yussuf al Qaradawi said that the day will come when Rome will be Islamized. It remains to decide whether it will “by the word or by the sword”. Last Friday’s prayer it was by the word, while ISIS released videos in which the Coliseum is burned and bombed.
The mass prayer in front of the Coliseum is a way of saying, “we are radically different and we say this in front of your historical nationalist monument”. But is there someone who hears them? The Muslim prayer at Rome’s Coliseum was a declaration of war
Islamic protest in the heart of Christendom: Thousands of Muslims demonstrate outside the iconic Colosseum in Rome after small mosques are shut down by the authorities to avoid youngsters becoming radicalized