The new forms of war on Europe by Islam: The beheading of a British soldier and suicide at Notre Dame Paris: just coincidence?


By Massimo Melani

Two black Muslim men savagely killed a British soldier as he was diligently doing his duty.

The global television networks aired assassins who cried, in a frantic trance, “Allah Akbar,” immediately after the murderers has promised to the western world “always to be on alert,” because they “will never stop fighting Western civilization because it brings down governments and the destinies of countries,” and that “I am sorry only for women who have seen such an act,” which, however, he repeated, ”will be replicated.”

The other day at Notre Dame in Paris, an anti-Islamic, took his own life as an extreme act of desperation against gay unions, but primarily against “Islamic invaders.” The difference between East and West, therefore, has much deeper roots in politics and religion.

The issues between the two civilizations is based on the course of the centuries, with a period that goes back beyond the Crusades, beyond the birth of Islam and Christian culture, before the fifth century before Christ.

The real problem is the timeless inability of the East to welcome liberal government and the values ​​of the West; concomitantly the developed world is unable to accept a culture that is still based on religious values.


‘Allah Akbar’ gargoyle include on the Lyon cathedral

News Agencies – August 23, 2010
A new gargoyle was placed on the exterior of the Lyon cathedral in honor of Benzizine Ahmed, the Muslim foreman who led the restoration work on the cathedral tower. Below the gargoyle a message – “Allah Akbar” (God is greatest) in both Arabic and French – is inscribed.

The diocese spokespeople said that the builders sometimes take certain liberties outside the sacred area. Repellin Didier, head architect for historical monuments, says the stonemasons and sculptures of the cathedral have a tradition to portray the people they esteem. Ahmed, who worked for 30 years on the cathedral, is competent and very humble. A quiet man who is appreciated. It’s a beautiful human gesture, says Didier.

Dutch broadcaster airs “Islam song” for children

Kinderen voor Kinderen (Children for Children), the children’s choir of Dutch public broadcaster VARA, has composed a song featuring Islam. The well known choir releases a CD every year that they subsequently sing on VARA. On Tuesday evening the annual performance included a song with the refrain “Allah Akbar”.

The song has drawn criticism from the Freedom Party (PVV). Telegraaf reports that party spokesperson Martin Bosma questions why the broadcaster is showing a song which repeats “Allah Akbar” 27 times. Bosma claims this is the third time that the public broadcaster is directing “Islam-propaganda” at children, and references events earlier this year around a children’s television show depicting the celebration of Eid al-Adha.

Islamic radicals make mockery of hate laws

Just days after Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced tough new measures to name and shame foreign-based extremists and prevent them coming from abroad to stir up hatred in the UK, firebrand preacher Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad cocked a snook at her new initiative, the Evening Standard reveals.

More than 200 Muslims at a packed public meeting in Tower Hamlets were told by organiser Anjem Choudary: “We have a special surprise, a special treat for you. Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad will be joining us on a live feed from Lebanon.” He added: “As Muslims, we will not submit to any man-made law, any government, or any prime minister – Bush or Brown – or [to] Jacqui Smith. We submit to Allah.”

Choudary, who with Bakri led the fanatical Al-Muhajiroun organisation – notorious for its glorification of terrorism and the 9/11 attacks before its banning and dissolution in 2004 -warmed up the crowd, two Sundays ago, with his own inflammatory rhetoric. “It is our religious obligation to prepare ourselves both physically and mentally and rise up against Muslim oppression and take what is rightfully ours,” he said. “Jihad is a duty and a struggle and an obligation that lies upon the shoulders of us all. We will not rest until the flag of Allah and the flag of Islam is raised above 10 Downing Street.”

To loud cheers of “Allah Akbar” [God is great], he railed: “There are three types of Muslims, those in prison, those of us that are on our way [to prison] and non-practising Muslims. Brothers and sisters, if you do not fear your home being raided by the Kufar [non-believer] police, you are not enforcing the Sharia.”

Later, in front of a huge banner that exhorted “Muslims rise against British oppression”, he introduced Omar Bakri, who was standing by in Lebanon. A giant screen, six-feet high and six-feet wide, had been set up to project the image of the extremist known as “the Tottenham Ayatollah”.

He was refused re-entry to the UK in 2005 as “not conducive to the public good” after vowing that Muslims would “give the West a 9/11 day after day after day”. But when a problem with the live internet video feed failed to yield a picture, Mr. Choudary phoned his colleague from the stage and put the receiver to the microphone. The connection was loud and clear and Bakri spoke for 15 minutes.

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Strasbourg Lays The First Stone Of Its Large Mosque

By Thomas Calinon It is perhaps the end of an old alarm. After two decades of reflection, including four years of impassioned debates, the first stone of the large mosque of Strasbourg was placed Friday, during Ramadan, in muddy ground near the downtown area. “It is time!” said the mayor of Strasbourg, Fabienne Keller, as the ceremony of more than 500 faithful Moslems concluded with “Allah Akbar!”. The event included representatives of the four faiths (Catholic, Reformed, Lutheran and Jew) recognized by the right of Alsace-Moselle, which excuses Alsace from the law on separation of Church and State since 1905.