"I am against the Islamification of our fatherland!"

A small Muslim community in a western German town would like to build a minaret on its mosque. But the plan has triggered passionate opposition from locals, many of whom rely on rhetoric from the extreme right in railing against the “symbol of Islam’s quest for power.”

The commie rats from the far left Spiegel see nothing but  “Far-Right Rhetoric”-, of course……

“We are being quietly infiltrated by the Turks!”

The local news paper, however, has used the exact same rhetoric on its editorial pages. “This minaret should not be built,” the Saarbrücker Zeitung wrote in late January. “It symbolizes Islam’s quest for power and is nothing less than a provocation. In the course of the Muslim conquests, minarets were first used as watch towers and only subsequently as religious symbols. Following the violent seizure of new territories, minarets were built as manifestations of Muslim rule.”

Minaret opponents are now looking into the possibility of holding a referendum on the issue in Völklingen.

The muezzin call: coming soon to Rendsburg

“It won’t hurt a bit”

In fact, the call to prayer, which Hussein Obama believes  ‘is the most beautiful sound in the world’ , is “no louder than a vacuum cleaner”…..

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3 thoughts on “"I am against the Islamification of our fatherland!"”

  1. ‘“It won’t hurt a bit”

    In fact, the call to prayer, which Hussein Obama believes ’is the most beautiful sound in the world’ , is “no louder than a vacuum cleaner”…..’

    is “no louder than an…[ industrial-strength ]… vacuum cleaner”…..

  2. As a matter of fact, it is the most annoying sound the human vocal can ever produce. However, it is an ingenious method invented by the devil himself to conquer a land and a people without the firing of a single shot.

    A mosque is the just the first step in the islamification of a territory. Not only does it signify a literal settlement, it also grants them a foothold and indicates their permanent presence, soon compelling the local inhabitants to relocate should they not convert – after all, their land has submitted to their advent with the construction of their most significant symbol without significant resistance.

    Shiekh, any chance you can change that “Submit” button to another less intimidating term. I shudder each time it comes in view.

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