* Hope you’re sitting down:
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â So you wanna live under the Law of Rage Boy? I will not submit…
Illegal Muslim invader:
“The real agenda is migrants’ rights in Greece which include issues of religion,”Â We want this officer put on trial, and we ask the government to protect our prayer sites in Athens,” said Zuri, a Moroccan protester. Â “But we intend to set a good example and refrain from violence,Â Islam is a religion of peace,” he said.
- Hugh Fitzgerald puts it in perspective:
Migrants’ rights? What rights do illegal immigrants have in Greece? Why should they have any? They are not supposed to be there. They have broken the law. They should be promptly expelled or imprisoned. And those immigrants who, while they perhaps are not illegal, but support those who are, through their violence and attempts at intimidation, clearly making war on Greek people and on the Greek nation-state, its political and legal institutions, its customs and manners, should be stripped of citizenship as well, for clearly they are a permanent threat to that state and its people. No more nonsense need be tolerated. Things will only get worse. Stop them now, and let Greece, in its firmness, and Italy, it its firmness, by their actions, be a model fror the rest of benighted Europe. A classical model for dealing with such enemies, one handed down from time of antiquity. .
- More manufactured Rage in the making:Â Book to be published about Islamic oppression of women — fear of Muslim outrage
ATHENS (AFP) â€” More than 1,000 Muslim migrants and leftists demonstrated in Athens Friday over an alleged police insult to the Koran, a week after two similar protests degenerated into clashes with anti-riot police.Â
The protest was called by leftist and anti-racist groups after a police officer allegedly tore up some sheets of paper with extracts from the Muslim holy book belonging to an Iraqi migrant during an identity check last week.
“We want this officer put on trial, and we ask the government to protect our prayer sites in Athens,” said Zuri, a Moroccan protester.
“But we intend to set a good example and refrain from violence,Â Islam is a religion of peace,” he said.
Scores of police on foot and on motorbikes were mobilised to maintain order and keep the migrants who marched on parliament from coming into contact with a few dozen neo-Nazi militants staging a street gathering a few blocks away.
The far-right group was commemorating the fall of Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire, to the Ottoman Turks in 1453.
So if you’re a Greek who stands up against Islamic demands (in this case, for a dhimmified apology) and, well, is still a bit miffed about the fall of Constantinople to Islam, that makes you a “neo-Nazi”?
Greece’s main Muslim and migrant organisations distanced themselves from the migrant demonstration, preferring to take judicial action instead.Â
“Our problems can be solved by dialogue, not demonstrations,” said Ahmet Moavia, head of the Greek Migrants’ Forum.
“The real agenda is migrants’ rights in Greece which include issues of religion,” he told AFP…