Islam in Europe presents:
COJEP International and IMCOSE (Muslim Initiative for European Social Cohesion) with the support of Council of Europe, ISESCO and Organisation of Islamic Conference have launching a contest to select the most beautiful existing Minaret in Europe through a photographic competition. Kumbaya biznis gone apeshit, Islam in Europe
Ireland loves Muzz & hates Jooozzzz:
They are helping to advance the frontiers of science, medicine and research â€“ it is their encouraging experience of Ireland that helps our higher education institutions compete for students and recognition in this globalised world.”
Suckers for peace:
The Muslim population in Rinkeby, an area where many immigrants have congregated, has long requested the construction of a mosque.
Representatives of six Swedish political parties published a joint editorial in Dagens Nyheter (DN) newspaper on Saturday in support of the new house of worship.
The six politicians hope that a mosque might stimulate the local economy and increase security in the area, pointing to the mosque built in SÃ¶dermalm in the 1990s as an example of a similar success story. They also emphasize it is important for the parties to maintain a broad coalition to stand behind the mosque construction in order to combat prejudice….
The organizers are calling on all citizens to stop working or consuming for 24 hours. “Abandoning economic activity in businesses, organisations, public sector enterprises, schools, universities, hospitals, the service sector, the media, politics…” states the manifesto released by the collective.
Perhaps the government should also stop the supply of welfare and other services to the resident Mohammedans. Out of fairness, of course. We need some balance here….
Five European states back burka ban
The poll shows some 70 per cent of respondents in France said they supported plans to forbid the wearing of the garment which covers the female body from head to toe. There was similar sentiment in Spain and Italy, where 65 per cent and 63 per cent respectively favoured a ban. Financial Times