“I dream about enemy invasion and occupation!
Maybe we can run an advertisement: Please come occupy us and stand with us! […]
I just dream about occupation! […]
The only solution is to support for the reimplantation of civilization in our region.
Otherwise, please just build a barrier wall around us, the same as Jurassic Park so you can tailor your safari in our countries and also you will give us food and something to drink, and some Kalashnikovs and mortars so we could kill each other.
I am saying that because there no other solution! Either the civilized world stand together against this monster, and imposition of secularism in these countries by the United Nations, in the full presence of international observers and International jurists.
Otherwise, these countries will send evils capable of destroying humanity. In case you are afraid that aliens may show up. This is worse than aliens. ”
— — Sayyid Al-Qemany, Egyptian writer, thinker and dissident who opposes Islamic fundamentalism and the Muslim Brotherhood.
… [A] CIA report of October 24, 1957 described the effects of Leers’ conversion to Islam..
“Part of Leers’ political attitude is apparently due to his conversion to Islam, which was accompanied by a change in his name to Dr. Omar Amin von Leers. He is becoming more and more a religious zealot, even to the extent of advocating an expansion of Islam in Europe in order to bring about stronger unity through a common religion. This expansion he believes can come not only from contact with the Arabs in the Near East and Africa but with Islamic elements in the USSR. The results he envisions as the formation of a political bloc against which neither East nor West could prevail.” […]
Some of his major ideas which, at the time, seemed beyond belief include: spreading political antisemitism and anti-Zionism to the Third World and bringing about the Islamization of Europe by encouraging mass migration in order to change its demographics and to undermine its Christian traditions and culture. Continue reading
Ami Horowitz investigates the origins and the motivations behind the Muslim Brotherhood. From the Middle East to Europe to North America, Ami gets to the bottom of the organization’s radical agenda. Continue reading
Nihad Awad of the Council on American – Islamic Relations says, “Black Lives Matter is our campaign”? Is this really surprising? The Arab – Turkish Islamic world has enslaved and exploited black humanity for centuries. Why stop now? “The Arabs and the North Africans were racists. They despised the Black people. Which is why they didn’t allow them … Continue reading
“Clearly, Western leaders think they can use Islam for their own ends, to consolidate their own power… [T]hey all seem to hold one belief in common: the belief that they can control Muslim migration to create the chaos necessary to justify their predetermined solutions.”
CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is a Muslim Brotherhood front group, masquerading as a civil rights organization. It’s one of many. And what is the Muslim Brotherhood? According to former U.S. Federal prosecutor John Loftus: The Arab Nazis were the intelligence arm of the Third Reich. They had an organization called the Muslim Brotherhood…It was recruited for covert operations, … Continue reading
The Sixth Phase: “from 2016 onwards there will a period of “total confrontation.” As soon as the caliphate has been declared the “Islamic army” it will instigate the “fight between the believers and the non-believers” which has so often been predicted by Osama bin Laden.” – Der Spiegel 2005…
The response of the Swedes for the most part was disturbingly passive, in part because free, unfettered expression is being successfully couched in the West as implicitly racist and even injurious, and therefore at odds with cultural difference and diversity.
As such, free speech is being treated and successfully redefined as more of a weapon than a right.
This is consistent with Islamic legal doctrine, but the rationale is now being embraced and aggressively advanced by the Left and other activists, especially on University campuses.