The soldiers of Allah hate it, hate it (!) when the kafirs smell the coffee:
“German Muslim leader worried over growing anti-Islam hysteria”
Berlin : A prominent German Muslim leader expressed serious concern over the growing anti-Islam hysteria in his country, fuelled by “right-wing populist politicians” and the media.
Mayzek is not “prominent”, he is not serious, and there are no “right-wing populist politicians and the media” that threaten him or is ilk. At least not yet. Mayzek is not a victim, he is an Islamo-agit-prop.
Meeting with the Berlin-based foreign press Wednesday evening, the chairman of the Central Council of Muslims, Aiman Mazyek said, ‘I am concerned about the situation which we are facing.’
He pointed out the animosity towards Muslims was ‘the fastest growing form of racism’ in Germany.
Islam is not a race, although conflating Islam with race would suit Â Mayzek’s cult of subversion beautifully.
Mazyek said Islam bashing had become ‘socially acceptable,’ even in German intellectual circles.
Meanwhile, Germans get bashed, murdered and stabbed. Physically, financially and in every way imaginable.
He added it was ‘frightening’ to note that most Germans would support restricting the religious freedom of Muslims, according to a recent survey released by the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation, affiliated to the opposition Social Democratic Party (SPD).
Mayzek is not frightened. He gets airtime on TV. Those who speak out against Islam have every reason to be frightened.
Mazyek warned that this hysterical anti-Islam debate would ‘ultimately damage Germany.’
Mohammedan threats. What else is new?
He criticized the nation’s media for not seriously questions some of the baseless assertions made about Islam.
Mohammedanism has a 1400 year history of wiping out the unbeliever and destroying cultures and civilizations far more advanced than Islam ever will be. What’s baseless about that?
The official emphasized that it was ‘the duty of German society as a whole to confront this form of racism.’
Again, Islam is not a race. The duty of German Â -or any other- Â society is to ensure the well-being of Germans, and to reject Mohammedan demands.
The activist lamented the fact that German Muslims were facing ‘daily discrimination and hostility.’
Germans are under siege, Muslims get a free ride. Â The soldiers of Allah have to be held responsible…..
He referred to examples of an ongoing wave of anti-Muslim violence, including the recent brutal murder of an Iraqi Muslim by two neo-Nazis in the eastern city of Leipzig and the series of ‘almost monthly attacks against mosques’ throughout the country.
There are no “attacks on mosques” to speak of. Reality is that Mohammedans create “hate crimes” in order to fool moonbats and do-gooders.
Mazyek said he had also received death threats and hate mail from right-wing populists.
Mayzek is lying. If he had received death threats he would scream to high heaven and would get the whole police apparatus involved.
He urged the government to address the challenge of Islamophobia before its gets out of control.
“Islamophobia” is non-existent. An “Islamophobe” is an unbeliever who knows too much about Islam.
German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger admitted recently that Â Islamophobia had in fact become a serious problem in the country as a result of deepening anti-Muslim sentiments within the population.
Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger is a halfwit in an ivory tower.
Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger said there was a growing tendency among the public to view ‘Muslims and their religion as a threat.’
Muslims and their religion are deadly. An ideology that is based on blunder and genocide is a deadly threat. Now, how do we get people like Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger to understand that?
This was the first time that the German government had openly acknowledged the existence of Islamophobia.
German Muslim leaders have repeatedly called on the Merkel government to take the problem of Islamophobia seriously.
In other words: muzzle free speech so that the Islamization can take its course, unhindered. Where did we hear that before?