See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Monday, June 08, 2009

Eurabia? Another look.

"The Islamization of Europe is inevitable." - Attributed to Nicolas Sarkozy
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In an interview, Philippe de Villiers claims Sarkozy made the above statement to him in a conversation with the French president; "I had an in depth discussion with him at Elysée at the end of last year. He said to me: "You have intuition, I have the figures. And your intuition is confirmed by my figures. The Islamization of Europe is inevitable." (source) Additionally, the president purportedly told Villiers; "we will see the first transformations of churches into mosques in the coming three years." Although the complete Islamization of Europe, if and when it happens, would take a couple of decades. Even so, such predictions remind me of the Fatima prophecy, "Many nations will be annihilated."
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In the interview Villiers stated the reason for his concerns over this issue: "Most politicians have a comforting ignorance of what Islam is and propose transforming Europe into a supermarket of competing religions. Unaware that Islam is not only a religion since, by melding the temporal and the spiritual, it imposes a law. But behind this comforting ignorance of politicians, there are those who know. (...) The reality is that we are headed for a criss-cross (chassé-croisé) with, on one side, Europe and its en masse abortions, its promotion of gay marriage, and on the other, immigration en masse (...)
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Commenting on the Villiers interview, another writer observed: "It's all the more ironic, then, that gay rights advocates make such an issue of gay marriage while remaining indifferent to the Islamic jihad, or, if they care about the jihad, are still willing to throw overboard allies who may not be in lockstep with their social agenda -- that the Islamic jihadists, once in power, will treat gays far more harshly than Christian conservatives ever dreamed of doing doesn't seem to enter into their calculations." (source)
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Sharia Law and gay pride.
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Homosexuality is traditionally deemed forbidden by Islamic law. The Qur'an, the central text of Islam believed by Muslims to be the revelation of God, is explicit in its condemnation of homosexuality. The Qur'an proclaims Islam as the "religion of nature," and sanctifies and encourages sexual intercourse within marriages only.
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The Hadith, which are oral traditions relating to the words and deeds of Muhammad and regarded as important tools for determining the Muslim way of life by all traditional schools of jurisprudence, also contain numerous statements condemning homosexuality.
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Based on the principles of the Qur'an and the Hadith, several eminent scholars of Islam, such as Imam Malik, Imam Shafi, Ahm ad and Ishaaq have ruled that the person guilty of homosexuality should be stoned regardless of his married or unmarried nature. (source)
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Few people in positions of power are willing to admit that radical Islam's ideology has many parallels with Hitler's National Socialist Party policies. Likewise we know the president of Iran, Ahmadinejad fuels anti-Israeli propaganda by claiming there was no holocaust - this as he threatens to wipe Israel off the face of the earth, while insisting that in Iran there are no homosexuals - alive to tell perhaps.
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It strikes me as hugely ironic that our President, who suddenly now proud of his Muslim roots, while claiming that the United States is the largest Islamic country in the world, and kisses the hand of the Saudi king whose country is not alone in the Middle East with laws calling for the death penalty for homosexuals, declares June LGBT Month in the United States. Are certain groups being used for political gain? It has happened before.
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All things considered, I find it absolutely amazing how gay activists can accuse the Roman Catholic Church as being hateful. How screwed up is that?

3 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    Why am I suddenly reminded of ante-hell, where Dante put the two-faced opportunists who weren't "good enough" for any of the nine circles of Inferno?

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  2. Anonymous3:59 PM

    Your article is so good. Can't agree with you more. Sadly true. And the Europeans are still fighting for their right to abortion, to 5 week vacation, and so on.

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  3. Terry - your last comment - it's because they know the Roman Catholic Church won't kill them. It's easy to criticize a target who doesn't subscribe to a policy of killing off those who disagree with them. That's why you never hear the gay activists condemn Islam about their treatment.

    In fact, I'd dare say that the only organization that would defend the homosexuals from Islamic prejudice is...the Catholic Church. Funny, that.

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