Da'awa & Diversity

How Mohammedanism Expanded Into Europe:

Europe’s Underestimated Islamists

In early 1959, a small West German intelligence operation stumbled over a sensational find: U.S. collusion with the Muslim Brotherhood. According to the West German sources—two ex-Wehrmacht soldiers who were in Washington’s pay but still felt loyalty to their old German bosses—Washington was supporting one of the Brotherhood’s top men, the Geneva-based Said Ramadan, son-in-law of the movement’s founder Hassan al-Banna, in the hope of using him in the global battle against communism. The U.S. double-agents wanted to know if the West Germans would also help support Ramadan.

Bonn’s response was an unequivocal “no”: not because of ethical qualms about doing business with the Brotherhood but because of practical considerations. “Ramadan doesn’t possess the slightest influence in the Orient,”  (source)


The Reality is Ugly:

Sharia in Germany, Holland and Britain

“Certain defense lawyers  need to stop behaving as if they were mere servants to a parallel justice system. They allow themselves to be directed by their clients’ desires, regardless of truth and justice.”

“Judges and prosecutors complain that witnesses are subjected to systematic intimidation, and that even they, too, are intimated. Serious crimes committed by an increasing number of Muslim immigrants are no longer cleared up.”  ((PipeLineNews))

Poll Surprise:

Should the U.S. recognize Palestine as an independent nation?

Da’awa, Outreach, Diversity
“Calling the world back to allah” features a Mullah who wants Homo’s killed, a Mullah who hates free speech and yet another Mullah who says it’s ok to whack the living daylights out of your wife(s)
3 Malevolent Mullahs, a guaranteed crowd pleaser in any mosque. Scaramouche has the details. (BCF)

Da’awa in J’lem

“I must tell you about the true faith,” said one missionary in a cobblestone plaza outside Jerusalem’s Old City. He carried a knapsack full of pamphlets about Islam in several languages, including Hebrew. “You can do with it what you want. But telling you is our duty.”

Most people, he said, brush him off and keep walking.

 Daniel Pipes talks Turkey:

Another “Out of Context” Classic

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