The Republic of Angola Bans Islam As A Dangerous Cult And Destroys Mosques

The Republic of Angola Bans Islam As A Dangerous Cult And Destroys Mosques:  if western culture and civilisation is to survive, we’ll have to do exactly the same.  We will have to be unyielding  to  those who would wipe us from the face of the earth; we  have to make every effort to reverse the Islamic invasion and  eliminate all remnants of Islam from our soil.
Surrounded by countries under the bloody siege of jihad, this is not surprising. Angola is taking steps at self-preservation on a continent where countries are getting swallowed whole by jihadists enforcing the sharia. It’s a defensive move.

“The process of legalization of Islam has not been approved by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, their mosques would be closed until further notice.” The media reports did not describe why exactly Islam apparently faces a need to be legalized despite having had a presence in the country for many years.

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By Theodore Shoebat
The Republic of Angola, which is located in Southern Africa, has officially banned Islam as a dangerous cult, and this deserves nothing but our emulation.The president of the majority Catholic nation of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, made this emphatic statement, as quoted by Osun Defender:

This is the final end of Islamic influence in our country

Rosa Cruz e Silva, the Angolan Minister of Culture, had this to say:

The process of legalization of Islam has not been approved by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, their mosques would be closed until further notice

The destruction of the minareted mosque in Zengo, Angola

The destruction of the minareted mosque in Zengo, Angola

A mosque in the provence of Humambo was closed down recently, and one Muslim leader of the Islamic Community of Angola said:

Our brothers have just informed me that his place of prayer in Huambo was also closed this morning, as has occurred in other provinces in recent months … unfortunately this has been the common practice of the competent authorities, they do not notify the leaders of mosques, send the police, this comes to the site and ordering the closure, and says nothing more

According to the Muslim leader, Angolan authorities have already closed mosques in Lunda Norte and Lunda Sul, Moxico, Bie, Cuando Cubango, Huila, Cunene, Namibe and Zaire

This is, truly, the first fulfillment of what I myself have been desiring. If you keep track of my writings, you will know that I am a deep critique of the Enlightenment concept of religious liberty and equality, and have showed how heresy leads to tyranny.

Islamic terrorism and violence is, ultimately, a result of religious liberty; for it is the suffrage and freedom given to evil people, that permits them to thrive and grow strong, to overcome the saints, “to steal, and to kill, and to destroy” (John 10:10).

9 thoughts on “The Republic of Angola Bans Islam As A Dangerous Cult And Destroys Mosques”

  1. There is only one reason Angola can do this. They have oil. Lots of it. They also allow lots of immigrants – from Portugal, their ex-colonial masters.

  2. How do i become a Angolan citizen?…..if this is true can there leaders pass some of there guts to our cowardly,quisling lot.

  3. Angola denies it banned Islam, destroyed mosques

    Robert Spencer:

    I doubted the accuracy of this report from the beginning, and sure enough, it turns out to be false. That is all to the good — banning an entire belief system would just embroil Angola in an ongoing resistance and would become a serious human rights issue. Banning Islam in particular would engulf it in a more energetic jihad than is being waged against it now. And no one who is committed to the freedom of conscience can support such a ban, although the Angolans and everyone else are certainly within their rights to ban and work against elements of Sharia (or any other system) that contradict universal principles of human rights.

    More on this story. “Angola Denies It Banned Islam, Destroyed Mosques,” by Connor Adams Sheets for International Business Times, November 25:

    Angola became a hot topic in the international media over the weekend, as news outlets around the world wrote about reports that the Southwest African nation had banned Islam and had begun to dismantle mosques.
    But an official at the Angolan Embassy in Washington, D.C., who did not want to be identified while discussing the sensitive matter, said that there is no such ban, and that the reports are erroneous.

    “The Republic of Angola … it’s a country that does not interfere in religion,” the official said via telephone Monday afternoon. “We have a lot of religions there. It is freedom of religion. We have Catholic, Protestants, Baptists, Muslims and evangelical people.”

    News of Angola’s supposed ban on Islam originated in the African press, which went so far as to quote the nation’s president and minister of culture offering statements that suggested the premise of the reports was accurate.

    A second official at the Angolan Embassy in the U.S. reiterated that the diplomatic seat has not been made aware of any ban on Islam in the country….

  4. GB Angola !…African countries will learn and follow !!!
    Their traditions are stronger and better than the ‘so called ‘religion of love
    that interferes also in all customs of the People !!!
    In other Countries the imams went and converted people by giving food when the drought was hitting…, but when they discovered the ‘roles’ and fanaticism of muslims, people reacted and left to go back to the tribal traditions !

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