Muezzin Muzzlers: Resistance in Bulgaria, Dhimmitude in Germany

Thanks to Vlad Tepes for alerting us to this priceless vid from the Tundra Tabloids. Bulgarians know what to do when the soldiers of Allah gather to insult the kafirs, when their war-cry ‘allahu akbar’ (allah is greater) goes over high powered loudspeakers, you need to pump up the volume on your sound truck:

What a Dhimmi-sweetheart:

This female Bishop from Hamburg ‘welcomes’ the  Call of the Muezzin:

What she is really saying is this:

She  would accept it if the mosque was ‘cooperative, democratic, pro-integration and anti-Islamist’- good luck with that!

(Fehrs: Wenn es eine Moschee ist, die kooperierend, demokratisch, integrierend und anti-islamistisch ist.)

5 thoughts on “Muezzin Muzzlers: Resistance in Bulgaria, Dhimmitude in Germany”

  1. The leftist, Islamofascist convergence strikes again:

    Left Wing Mayor Candidate Endorses 2nd Mosque in Sofia

    Georgi Kadiev, the leftist Bulgarian Socialist Party’s runner for Mayor of the capital Sofia, has stated he has “nothing against” the possible construction of a second Mosque in the city.

    If necessary, even a third and a fourth Mosque may be built, as well as a Synagogue or an Armenian temple.

    However, Kadiev, who on Wednesday met the Chief Mufti of the Bulgarian Muslim Community, has set a restriction for the potential future mosque – it should not have loudspeakers, as their sound may be found too aggressive by the rest of the citizens.

    Kadiev pointed out that most of Sofia’s Muslim community, between 30 000 and 50 000 people, are foreigners and do not have the right to vote, stating his endorsement is not populism.

    At the beginning of June, Bulgaria’s ethnic Turkish party, Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, demanded to have a second mosque built in the capital Sofia.

    On May 20, supporters of the far-right, nationalist Ataka party, led by party Chair, Volen Siderov, shocked Bulgaria as its rally protesting against the use of loudspeakers by the mosque

  2. Bulgaria mosque voice silenced

    The ‘Turkish Bulletin’ is inconsolable:

    Bulgarian Muslims will have to remove loudspeakers at Sofia mosque during Friday prayers, in another setback for locals that far-right party members attacked during the prayers.

    Bulgarian Muslims will have to remove loudspeakers at Sofia mosque during Friday prayers, in another setback for locals that far-right party members attacked during the prayers.
    The ban came after supporters of Bulgarian party ATAKA or “Attack” attacked Muslim worshippers during Friday prayers in front of the Banya Bashi Mosque in central Sofia May 20.
    According to Bulgarian media, the Muslim leadership announced the ban on June 2 while Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova, Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov and the chief mufti, Mustafa Hadji met.
    “Two loudspeakers have been dismounted completely while the others will be turned downi,” the report said.
    The chief mufti also said, that those worshippers, who are forced to pray outside since they cannot find room in the mosque during Friday prayers, can not pray on pavements outside the mosque.
    This is also another victory for the racist party that led a series of provocation which started some years ago against the loudspeakers.
    Muslims often say Sofia’s mosque is now too small to hold the capital’s Muslim community during Friday prayers and urge the officials to authorise construction of a second mosque.
    Muslims make up about 12 percent of the Balkan country’s 7.6 million people and they are native in European Union member-Bulgaria. Most are the descendants of ethnic Turks who arrived during five centuries of Ottoman rule that ended in 1878.
    Agencies

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