That, and nothing else, is what sly Islamo-supremacistÂ Aiman Mazyek is telling Germans who want Muslims to distance themselves from the jihadists.*
German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich says Muslims must fight against “radicalization” in their own communities. In response, Muslim leaders in Germany pledged full, open, and honest cooperation with law enforcement — naaah, just kidding! In reality, they whined about “Islamophobia,” complained that the whole community was being victimized by the fight against jihadists, and demanded that the government work to make Muslims “feel at home” in Germany. Do they need to do anything to demonstrate their loyalty to the state and rejection of all areas of Sharia that contradict German law? Why, of course they don’t, you greasy Islamophobe.
“German interior minister urges Muslims to combat militancy,” fromÂ Deutsche Welle, June 25:
Germany’s interior minister met with Muslim community leaders to discuss how they can prevent youth radicalization. Muslim leaders countered that the responsibility lies with the government.German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich urged the country’s Muslim community on Friday to do more to prevent the spread of radicalization among its youth. He told Muslim leaders at a meeting in Berlin that families must act early to prevent young boys from turning into jihadists.
“Neither the security authorities nor ordinary Muslim citizens can do much to help,” when youths radicalize, he said. “It is up to the parents and the rest of the family to be observant about what their children are up to and how they are changing.” […]
“We want to stand up to the radicalization and misuse of religion together,” he said. “All citizens of this country, no matter what our political tendency or religion, must take on the fight against radicalism and terror.”
During the three-hour meeting, Friedrich referred to 21-year-old Arid Uka, a Kosovar man brought up in Germany, who killed two US airmen on March 2 when he attacked a bus of American military personnel at Frankfurt Airport.
Friedrich said Uka was radicalized “not in the classical environment of a mosque or Muslim society but on the Internet.”
Germany’s political opposition denounced the meeting, saying the government ran the risk of stigmatizing all Muslims.
“If we want to isolate extremists who are prone to violence, we must support moderate Muslims and make them feel welcome in Germany,” said the center-left Social Democrats parliamentary leader Thomas Oppermann.
The head of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, Aiman Mazyek, attended the meeting, but said he thought it had the wrong focus.
“We have over 2,500 mosques and there aren’t even a dozen fringe groups,” he said. “We have to make it clear they are a small and dwindling group and that by talking about them and hyping them, we just strengthen them.
“That should not be the aim of a conference like this,” he added.
Mazyek said the government needed to work harder on making Muslims feel at home in Germany ($$$$$) and to campaign against Islamophobia. He said lack of integration into society was the main cause for radicalization of Muslim youths.
Mazyek added that Muslim groups had already been cooperative in the government’s bid to prevent terrorism. He said that the effort should not be a “one-way street.”…
Same thing in the U.S:
Hamas-linked CAIR has teamed up with the aptly-named professor Hatem Bazian, who some years agoÂ called for an “intifada” in the U.S., to produce a defamatory report on “Islamophobia” that attempts to ascribe — much like the Wilders trial — any criticism of Islamic supremacism and the global jihad to “hate.”
Yes, of course. Anyone who is concerned about how Islamic jihadists use Islamic texts and teachings to justify violence against unbelievers must be motivated by “hate.” Only “hate” could cause anyone to wonder why so many violent Muslims use the Qur’an to explain their violence and hatred — people likeÂ bin Laden, andÂ Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, andÂ Feisal Shahzad, andÂ Abdulhakim Muhammad,Â Khalid Aldawsari,Baitullah Mehsud, andÂ Roshonara Choudhry, and so many more. But no, if you’re concerned about them and others like them, it’s only because you’re motivated by “hate.”
More dreck from the enemedia:
- SPLC fronts for the jihad, smears freedom fighters
- Salon: Spencer, “go-to Islam expert for the right wing,” is “fearmongering” on Sharia, spreading “baseless claims” about Anthony Weiner
Islamic Supremacy explained byÂ Muslim scholar Bassam Tibi:
Muhammad said, “I have been ordered to fight against people until they say that “there is no god but Allah”, that “Muhammad is the messenger of Allah”, they pray, and pay zakat (religious taxes.) If they do that, their lives and property are safe.”Â (Only temporarily…/ed)
At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world.Â Â Â ”We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (dawa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya. World peace, the final stage of the dawa, is reached only with the conversion or submission of all mankind to Islam. Muslims believe that expansion through war is not aggression but a fulfillment of the Quranic command to spread Islam as a way to peace. The resort to force to disseminate Islam is not war (harb), a word that is used only to describe the use of force by non-Muslims. Islamic wars are not hurub (the plural of harb) but rather futuhat, acts of “opening” the world to Islam and expressing Islamic jihad. Relations between dar al-Islam, the home of peace, and dar al-harb, the world of unbelievers, nevertheless take place in a state of war, according to the Quran and to the authoritative commentaries of Islamic jurists. Unbelievers who stand in the way, creating obstacles for the dawa, are blamed for this state of war, for the dawa can be pursued peacefully if others submit to it. In other words, those who resist Islam cause wars and are responsible for them. Only when Muslim power is weak is temporary truce (hudna) allowedÂ (Islamic jurists differ on the definition of temporary). More>>
The OIC not only shares, but promotes this view vigorously