To those who think that Islam is not on the march to dominate the world, consider that a mere 20 years ago, the vast majority in the West had no idea, except in the abstract, that Islam even existed. Now we have most of the West posting terror level alerts on a daily basis and suffer Jihadi terror attacks almost as often. All the while Muslim infiltrators and their useful idiots (or cowards) and worse yet, our politicians, proclaim that Islam is a "religion of peace" ad nausea. At the same time the man on the street is more concerned about the next TV show than the well being of his children in an Islamic dominated world.
What is it going to take to arouse the masses of Western people to defend against the Islamic invasion? Are not the mass murder suicide attacks against America, Britain and Spain enough? Are not the no-go zones found through Western countries not an obvious sign that Islam is on the march?
Wake up folks, time is not on our side.
A Month in the Life of Islam in Europe
by Soeren Kern
May 5, 2011 at 5:00 am
The controversial Egyptian Islamic scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi is moving to Norway to help Muslims in the polar regions of the country establish their prayer times. Qaradawi, who has been banned from entering Britain and the United States for his defense of suicide attacks against Jews as "martyrdom in the name of Allah," will work to determine the five daily Muslim prayer times, which are calculated according to the position of the sun.
In the polar regions of Norway and other parts of Scandinavia, the sun shines for twenty-four hours during the summer months and there is permanent darkness during the winter. In recent years, when the Islamic month of Ramadan has coincided with the summer season, Muslims in the northernmost parts of Europe have had to break their fast, eat their pre-dawn meal and pray the evening prayer all within the span of one hour. The Islamic Council of Norway hopes al-Qaradawi can find a solution to this problem in a country where Islam is now the largest minority religion.
Al-Qaradawi's trip to Norway is just one of hundreds of Islam-related news items that made the headlines in Europe last month. A perusal of just a few of these headlines offers insights into how Muslim immigration is transforming the continent, and the different ways in which Europeans are responding to the rise of Islam in their midst.
In Denmark, the President of the International Free Press Society, Lars Hedegaard, was found guilty of racist hate speech for comments he made about Islam. He was ordered to pay a fine of 5,000 Danish Kroner (about $1,000). Hedegaard's legal problems began in December 2009, when he remarked in a taped interview that there was a high incidence of child rape and domestic violence in areas dominated by Muslim culture.
Although Hedegaard has insisted that he did not intend to accuse all Muslims or even the majority of Muslims of such crimes, and although he was previously acquitted by a lower court, Denmark's thought police refused to drop the case until he was found guilty. After the court handed down its verdict, Hedegaard said: "The real losers today are freedom of speech and Muslim women. How can we speak up for them if we risk getting a state sanctioned label of racism?"
Also in Denmark, a new poll shows that a majority (72%) of Danes believe foreigners in Denmark should "predominantly adopt local Danish customs." The poll comes after Danish Integration Minister Søren Pind publicly rejected the idea that Denmark should be a multicultural society. At the same time, it was announced that 100 employees of the Danish Tax Authority would take a course entitled "Operational Culture and Islam" to improve tax collection in Muslim neighborhoods.
In Britain, Islamic extremists intent on imposing Islamic Sharia law in London threatening non-Muslim women who do not wear headscarves with violence and even death. The so-called "London Taliban" are also targeting homosexuals by plastering public walls with posters stating: "Gay free zone. Verily Allah is severe in punishment.
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