Mosque in Rotterdam
* with thanks to WoJ reader Warner
* Remember Bouchra Ismaili , the Rotterdam councillor that summoned all ‘foreigners’ and ‘devil worshippers’ (that’s Eurabic for Dutch non-Muslims) to convert to Islam?
You are the foreigners here!!!
Never a dull moment in our glorious multicultural society! Today the Dutch conservative blog HetVrijeVolk.com published a furious email from the Rotterdam Labor Party councillor Bouchra Ismaili. I quote:
“Listen well, you crazy freak. We are here to stay! Hahahaha. Drop dead! I am a Dutch Muslim and I will stay that way until I die.”
Ismaili contends: “You are the foreigners here!!! With Allah on my side I fear no one. Me and my fellow Muslims are alive! Your species is being consumed by hatred. Let me give you some advice: Convert to Islam and find peace at heart!”
Well, she’s back!
Yesterday, she turned out to have actually signed the petition against the slandering of Islam, which is organized by the Saudi-financed anti-democratic Muslims of Hizb ut-Tahrir:
It is time to rid ourselves from a culture that damages our Islam en to propagate the beauty of Islam. Only then we will grow in our Islam. We should not invest in trying to change others, but let us change ourselves. Kind regards, Bouchra Ismaili.
No wonder Ismaili snapped last week. The email that triggered her reaction, after all, consisted of nothing more than two quotes by Okay Pala, the leader of the same Hizb ut-Tahrir that organized the petition:
We don’t agree with freedom of speech, because we reject democracy.
What you need is a heavy bomb attack.
I am starting to like Ismaili. She is not two-faced at all, she’s got a “unitongue”. No taqiyya-games. Truely a wolf in wolves’ clothes.
Of course, now even Labor has to let her go. I mean, I just assume that the local party president’s remark, that ‘Ismaili’s views are in agreement with the party line’, is a slip of the tongue. Yesterday, Ismaili was asked to give up her seat in the borough council.
This does not mean, of course, that Ismaili is legally forced to resign. She may just as well stay put as an independent Hizb ut-Tahrir representative.
Moroccans voters are abandoning Labor en masse, because they no longer feel that the party is safeguarding their interests. Ismaili’s downfall will only speed up this process, and it seems to be only a matter of time before the radicals will get politically organized. I quote the Rotterdam Turk Ali Guskizigmus in a (censored) reaction to the Telegraaf article:
I can easily set up a party that will draw 100% of the Muslim voters …if only the mullahs would allow it. We are told to wait until we can get 33%. Then, our time will come.
So, while the first cracks in Socialislamism are finally starting to appear, its immediate successor, Islamism, is already casting its shadow over the city of Rotterdam.