The meaning of Al-Hijra is ‘to immigrate’, and the Islamic calender starts with that date, i.e. The date Muhammad ‘immigrated’ from Mecca to Medina, for which he had planned carefully and meticulously laying down the groundwork for the Islamic state, soon to grow after his death into a formidable empire ruled by the laws and regulations laid out by him, called the Shariah. (More on this below the fold).
The Czech President has told migrants to leave if they don’t like living in Czechoslovakia.
Czech President Milos Zeman lashed out at illegal immigrants on Sunday after dozens tried to flee a detention centre, prompting police to use tear gas against the demonstrators.
“No one invited you here. But now you are here, you must respect our rules, as we respect the rules when we go to your country,” he said in an interview published on the website of popular newspaper Blesk.
“If you don’t like it, then leave.”
About 100 people who were awaiting deportation, mainly from Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan, tried to flee a detention centre in the northeast of the country on Friday.
Police were called in and used tear gas against the migrants, some of whom caused damage to the centre, the authorities said.
Interior Minister Milan Chovanec had said the migrants were probably trying to reach Germany.
“We can better assist these people on their own territory,” said Zeman, a former Social Democrat prime minister.
“We should work to bring down these terrorist regimes, ISIL in particular, to eliminate the main reason they leave (their own countries),” he said.
According to a survey published Friday by the Centre for Analysis and Empirical Studies, over 70 percent of Czechs are reluctant to welcome migrants from Africa and the Middle East into their country.
An EU member state since 2004, the Czech Republic has agreed to host 1,500 refugees by 2017.
During the first six months of the year, Czech police intercepted 3,018 illegal migrants, up almost 50 percent on the same period in 2014, according to police.
Continued, al hijra, immigration in the name of allah:
This first Islamic immigration lies at the very basis of Islamic history and doctrine; it forms the practical and spiritual path millions of Muslims follow.
We see staggering numbers of immigrants from Muslim countries in Europe, the Americas and now in Australia; too often not to integrate and become Australians, but to form segregated communities based on religious apartheid and demand room and respect in the wider community for Islamic laws, Islamic finances, food and divisive customs. Do our politicians and community leaders understand that jihad, terror and military conquest are merely the other side of the same coin?
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It is critically important for us to understand that not all migrants come to integrate and become part of Australia. More and more come to make Australia and the West part of the world of Islam.