Milan's Bishop Opts for Submission, Supports Mosque Building

“Brotherly Solidarity” on the way to dhimmitude and extermination. Suicidal naiveté or complicity? Following the destructive path of  Rowan Williams, Archdhimmi of Canterbury. Why doesn’t he hand over the cathedral already?

Musulmanic Butts Occupy the Piazza in Front of Milan’s Grand Cathedral. Oriana Fallaci would turn in her grave if she knew….

Via AKI & Islam in Europe:

Italy’s largest Muslim group has sent a message to Italy’s highest ranking bishop to thank him for his organisation’s support for a project to construct a mosque in Milan, the country’s conservative business hub.

In the message to Angelo Bagnasco, who leads Italy’s Bishops’ Conference (CEI), the UCOII said: “We are relieved and immensely grateful for the position voiced by senior officials from the Italian Bishops’ Conference in support of official places of worship for Muslims, an issue which nowadays has wrongly become a political hot potato.”

“The brotherly solidarity of the great majority of Christians, which we have experienced at thousands of inter-faith gatherings and debates, has been strongly confirmed,” the statement added.   (source)

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  1. May 26, 2011

    The March of the Mosques

    The first mosque in America was built by Albanian Muslims in 1915 in Maine. By 1919, they had established another mosque in Connecticut. Polish-speaking Tatars built a mosque in Brooklyn in 1926, which is still in use. African American Muslims established the first Mosque in Pittsburgh in 1930. The Lebanese Community of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, opened its first mosque in 1935.

    The State Street Mosque in New York City was established by Sheikh Dawood Ahmed Faisal in 1955. This mosque represents a special point in the development of the American Muslim community. The Darul Islam movement began from there.

    Darul Islam emphasizes a literal translation of the Koran, strict adherence to the words of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad and avoiding of assimilating non-Islamic and western influences. The Koran teaches a sustained suspicion and hatred towards non Muslim social, political, religious and educational institutions.

    The Darul Islamic movement is influenced in by the ideologies of Sheikh Syed Abul A’ala Mawdudi, a Sunni Pakistani journalist, theologian, Muslim revivalist leader and political philosopher and a major 20th century Islamist thinker from the city of Lahore.

    Mawdudi also founded Jamaat-e-Islami, a group which maintains close ties with international Muslim groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood. One of the objectives of Jamaat-e-Islami is the establishment of a pure Islamic state, governed by Sharia law. They also oppose western ideologies like democracy, capitalism and secularism.

    Darul Islam started the first conversions of African-Americans to Islam. They also established prayer areas and mini-mosques in correctional facilities and conversions of prisoners. They were instrumental in getting Muslim Chaplains into the US prison system. By the 1970’s, a network of Darul Islam Mosques was established across the United States, extending to New York, California, Missouri, Virginia, New Jersey, Florida and Arizona. The expansion across the USA continues and now includes Mosques in Canada and the Caribbean.

    Although the first mosque was established in America in 1915, only a few mosques were built until a greater growth of mosques began in the 1970s and that tempo continues unabated. The vast majority of mosques (87%) were founded since 1970. Thirty percent of all mosques were established in the 1990’s and 32% were started in 1980’s.

    According to the FACT survey, the total number of mosques in the United States increased 42 percent between 1990 and 2000. This is a considerable rate of new growth especially when compared with a 12 percent average increase for the study’s evangelical Protestant denominations, and a two percent average increase among old-line Protestant, and Catholic and Orthodox groups.
    Dr. Jane I. Smith, co-director of the Duncan Black Macdonald Center for the Study of Islam, located at Hartford Seminary, pointed out that in the 1980’s and 90’s mosques and Islamic centers were built with generous contributions from abroad. Now, she says, most are being constructed by American Muslims. “There now are many affluent Muslims in America, individuals with organizational skills and with sufficient financial means to build the mosques and Islamic centers that are now common all across our nation.”

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