Â Anti-Dhimmitude in Italy
Rome, 22 Jan. (AKI) – An Italian Minister said on Thursday that immigrants who did not want integrate must be deported from the country. “We must fight everything that is related to violence, because our will is to integrate, however, in order to integrate we must expel all those that do not want to take part in it,” said Andrea Ronchi, Minister of Department for European Community Policies.Continued below
Counter Jihad: New Rules AfterÂ ProvocativeÂ Muslim Prayer Sessions in Front of Duomo
ROME (AP) â€” Italy’s interior minister has drafted new rules for public protests after a few hundred Muslims ended a rally earlier this month by praying in front of Milan’s cathedral. The Jan. 3 prayer, which came at the end of a massive pro-Palestinian rally, sparked heated debate in Italy. Muslim leaders apologized to the Archdiocese of Milan, saying they didn’t mean to show disrespect. Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, a leader of the anti-immigrant Northern League party, said Wednesday he had prepared a directive for all regional prefects. Details haven’t been released, but news reports say it is expected to prohibit rallies from being staged in front of places of worship. Supporters say the directives are preventing provocation, not restricting religious freedom.
Ronchi made the remarks during a roundtable with members of the Italian Islamic Religious Community (COREIS) in the northern Italian city of Milan. During the meeting, Ronchi attacked the UCOII, the largest Muslim umbrella group in Italy, accusing it of supporting terrorism. According to Ronchi, the UCOII “supports terrorism and fundamentalism.” “For example, I have always been a supporter of a register of the imams and muslim prayers in the Italian language. I also enthusiastically support the initiative by Rome’s Grand mosque to publish on its website all sermons preached there ,” said Ronchi. “I am not against mosques, but I say no to those tied to the UCOII, an organisation whose sources of finance must be clarified.” Ronchi, whose political career began in the post-fascist political party, Alleanza Nazionale, was sworn on 8 May 2008 as the European Union Affairs Minister in the cabinet of Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi.