Top Muslims: ‘terrorism not a topic for talks’ Â (The Local)
Beautiful. Muselmaniacs get to decide the topic of discussion, which means they will entertain us with their usual grievance theatre and demand the jiziya, to be paid with willing submission.
Since 2006, the German government forces Â the so-called ‘Islam-conference’ on recalcitrant Muslim ‘leaders’, Â who appear, make their demands and leave without ever conceding anything to the frustrated kafirs. Islam-critics, the Â remaining few who muster enough courage to speak out against the criminal aggression of the Mohammedans, Â are shouted down by Â the support industry of dhimmies and fellow travellers, and usually the soldiers of Allah go home with more jiziya and concessions for their grievances. A pathetic, degenerated circus of vanities without principles or morality.
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Kenan Kolat, chairman of Germany’s Association of Turkish Communities (TGD), voiced similar dissent. “In its current form, it no longer has any purpose,” he said.
The conference was established by then-interior minister Wolfgang SchÃ¤uble in 2006 to improve the working relationship between the government and Muslim communities.
Topics discussed at subsequent meetings have included plans to put Islam on an equal footing with the Church, as well as Muslim religious education and the construction of mosques. In recent times however there seems to have been a shift towards issues of security.
In the past two years several prominent Muslim organisations have pulled out of the talks.
Aiman Mazyek, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany said the conference needed an overhaul. And Ali Kizilkaya, chairman of the Islamic Council of Germany described it as a “train travelling in the wrong direction.”
Jihad terrorism is just what it should be focusing upon. German officials should be challenging the Muslim leaders in Germany to back up their vague condemnations of terrorism with real action against the promotion of jihad violence in their communities. They should be challenging them to reject and teach against the supremacist doctrines that call for Muslims to work to replace the infidel form of government with Sharia. They should be telling them that they must discard the elements of Sharia that contradict freedoms guaranteed under the German constitution. But even what is undoubtedly the German government’s defanged and politically approach to terrorism in this “dialogue” with Muslim leaders is enough to rile those leaders, who want the conference to be exclusively about concessions to the Muslims from the government.
“‘Terrorism’ Irks German Islam Conference,” fromÂ OnIslam, May 4: