Mosques: Symbols of Dominance & Aggression

Fitzgerald: An act of dominance and aggression

“LONDON (Reuters Life!) – A battle of faiths is being waged in the ancient English city of Oxford, where some people are bitterly opposed to Muslim plans to broadcast the call to prayer over the fabled dreaming spires.” — from this news article


The noisy call to prayer is an act of dominance and aggression. The louder it is, the better. Mosques were always supposed to be built in high ground, or in the most imposing spot, towering over churches and synagogues, in the lands first conquered by Islam. Those aggressive skyward thrusting minarets were symbols of power, of dominance. And the same thing continued wherever Islam went.

Some fail to understand that the placement of mosques, the size of mosques, the significance of minarets, and those calls or cries, now electronically amplified, are all part of a single system. That system is one by which the mosque is not merely or mainly a place of worship, but a place of community gathering. It is a political and social center. It is even — in the Muslim lands — a place for shows of support or defiance against the government (the naming of the rulers in the khutba being a sign of loyalty, and the omission of those names a sign of disaffection), of plots and schemes. It is even — as we see even here and there in Europe — a place to store weapons, explosives, false papers in false ceilings — and a place from which to fire on Infidels (see Iraq, see all of Iraq).

A mosque is NOT a Muslim “church.” It is a Muslim “church” and a Muslim “community center” and a Muslim “armory” and a Muslim “army recruiting center” and a Muslim everything. The easy, and comforting, belief in the West that it is merely a “house of worship” is something that Infidels must disabuse themselves of — and they can best do this by reading, perhaps starting with Snouck Hurgronje and other great Orientalists, on the subject of “the mosque.”

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4 thoughts on “Mosques: Symbols of Dominance & Aggression”

  1. “If it is allowed, the very fact that it will disturb Infidels will not disturb Muslims, but will be triumphantly taken — as each little victory is taken — as a sign that the barriers to the spread and dominance of Islam are being dismantled.”

    “Each new victory swells the hearts of Muslims,”

    We don’t crush them like bugs because we are humane and they instead take it as confirmation that they are stronger. This encourages fanaticism which inevitably leads to terrorism. It is no wonder that there are more terrorists today versus 1988.

  2. Thank God the Japanese are smart enough to practice uniculturalism-otherwise THEIR flood of Koranist immigrants would proceed to build a supermosque right on top of Mt. Fuji!

  3. In a similar vein, as mosques are built as symbols of dominance & aggression, Western
    governments roll over in the face of the muslim aggression, and fail to protect their own
    non-muslim citizenry (who will sooner or later look for an “equalizer” to do what their
    governments refuse to do … iron will not alloy with clay.
    Europe in the house of war
    By Spengler

    Violence is oozing through the cracks of European society like pus out of a broken scab.

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