All links from Islam in Europe
Can’t blame ’em. There are places in Paris where you wouldn’t dare Â step out of your car. There are some 780 “no go zones” in France, and its getting worse by the day.
Yannick Danio, national delegate for the UnitÃ© SGP-Police union, says it’s laughable having to explain to Muslim women that wearing the veil violates the principles of the Republic., and like a number of his colleagues, he wonders how the law would be enforced.Â Read more Â»
Anti-dhimmitude needs encouragement:
According to the Antwerp (Belgium) labor court, the wearing of religious clothing or symbols at work is not part of the protected ‘faith’ criteria in the anti-discrimination law.Â Read more Â»
Last year a Berlin court ruled that the 16-year-old MuslimÂ could pray in a private room at his school. Now a higher Berlin court has overturned that judgement, saying the prayers could disturb school peace.Read more Â»
They don’t object to Judaism, per se, but rather to one of its basic principles (Zionism might not be ‘part of the Jewish faith’, but the Land of Israel is). What’s the difference between saying you have nothing against Jews, just their deeply held beliefs, and saying you have no trouble with Muslims, but rather with the religion they practice?
A Muslim campaign group has written to the new Education Secretary Michael Gove to object to state-aided Jewish schools promoting Zionism. Â Read more Â»
No Jews have written to the Education Secretary asking that Muslim schools stop teaching Islamic jihad….
An election stunt by Dutch daily De Telegraaf has gone awry as Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders is accusing the paper of censorship.Â Read more Â»
Muselmanic females know all about being Dutch:
The Muslim women’s organisationÂ Al Nisa (Arabic for “the women”) launch their “Really Dutch” campaign on Wednesday.
A spokeswoman says they are using humorous posters to combat prejudices about Muslim women. And at the same time giving the social debate about Islam a face. Â Â Read more Â»