The meaning of “bridge building”
Muslim Brotherhood theorist Sayyid Qutb explained:
“The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.” That’s what “interfaith dialogue” is for Islamic supremacists: a vehicle for proselytizing. Â –Robert Spencer: The Spiritual Journey of Magdi Allam
With or without bridges, they’re coming to blow us away, haha:
In wake of Ceuta tragedy police say immigrants coordinate mass assaults on fences…
…and the outcome is the same everywhere:
Must be part of that bridge building program.
Last year 2,866 rapes were reported to the police in Belgium. The figure includes 195 gang rapes. 689 instances of sexual violence in the family were also reported.
Research, however, shows that 90% of victims of sexual violence fail to report the abuse.
Those who oppose the madness are being shunned:
Terrorist jailed for UK suicide bomb plot is caught trying to go to Syria:
… A convicted terrorist who plotted an attack in the UK has been caught trying to travel to Syria, it emerged last night.
The fanatic – part of a suicide bomb plot – had only recently been freed from jail after serving a lengthy sentence. … (the only way how to stop a jihadist is with a bullet to the brain.)Story and pics atÂ Mail Online-By James Slack and Rebecca Camber, thanks to Mullah, pbuh
Further attacks came a day after a series of explosions in the capital left at least 23 dead [AP]
Ten car bombs in central Iraq, including five in Baghdad, killed at least 19 people Tuesday, officials said, after another series of blasts the day before.
The blasts on Tuesday in the Iraqi capital hit four different areas, killing at least 10 people. AFP news agency reported that at least 30 people were wounded as a result of the attacks.
Bayaa in south Baghdad was hit by two car bombs which killed at least five people while another exploded in a nearby area, killing two people.
Three more car bombs exploded in Hilla, south of Baghdad, killing five people and wounding 22, while one in Mussayib and another in Iskandiriyah killed a total of four people and wounded 32.
The attacks came a day afterÂ a series of explosions in the capitalÂ left at least 23 dead. Those attacks on MondayÂ occurred shortly after sunset andÂ targeted crowded commercial areas near Shia mosques.
Violence in IraqÂ has reached a level not seen since 2008, when it was emerging from a brutal period of sectarian killings that claimed tens of thousands of lives.
And all of one major city and parts of another in Anbar province, west of Baghdad, have been held by anti-government fighters for weeks.
Attacks and clashes have killed more than 470 people so far this month and more than 1,450 since the start of the year, according to AFP figures based on security and medical sources.