Unelected EUSSR Despot Herman Van Rompuy seen laughing hysterically…..
Henrik Clausen fromÂ EuropeNewsÂ comments…..
Hungary has caved to EU pressure and recognised Mohammedanism as a religion.Â Source
by Cheradenine Zakalwe
Dirty Tricks Exclude Le Pen:
- Hymen reconstruction doesn’t workÂ (Islam in Europe)
to give squanders another 67 millions euros on “humanitarian aid” to Arab terrorists:
“Caring and compassionate” self-deceivers and do-gooders strangulate their citizens with taxes and regulations, only to blow the money on third world dictatorships. Its almost as if they’re trying to buy themselves a place in Mohammed’s bordello.Â Â 67 MILLIONÂ (Tundra Tabloids Â More here. Â Â )
The Dalia Association is a Palestinian Arab organization that is currently trying to revamp the way that international aid is given to the territories. Many of their objections to the current system are very valid, and we haveÂ touchedÂ onÂ someÂ ofÂ these problemsÂ in the past.
Here is their video about their issues with how aid is administered today:
The Grand Imam of al-Azhar Dr. Ahmed al-Tayyeb met on Tuesday 28/2/2012 with a delegation representing the forewing affairs committee of the British House of Commons. During the meeting, the Grand Imam criticized the negative role of the European Union saying it did not honor the aid pledges to Egypt and that political stability needed to be supported …..Â Egypt: Grand Imam Criticizes EU Negative AttitudeÂ (Europenews)
Hungary’s coalition government has expanded the number of officially recognized churches from 14 to 32 amid complaints about restrictions on religious freedom.
Among the newly recognized religious communities are five Buddhist groups, Methodists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and two Islamic communities.
Opposition parties boycotted the vote Monday in Parliament, but the center-right Fidesz party and its ally, the Christian Democrats, mustered the required two-thirds majority. Requests from 66 other religious groups were rejected, including all those backed by opposition parties.
Formal recognition gives churches tax-free status, qualifies them for government support and allows them to collect donations during services and do pastoral work in jails and hospitals.
Churches losing their official status from March 1 will be allowed to function as associations and can reapply for recognition next year.
Hungary’s church law is being analyzed by experts from the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission, including claims that its overly restrictive and violates religious freedom.
Earlier, religious groups in Hungary needed only to register with a court to gain official recognition. This led to abuses, including businesses registering as churches to take advantage of tax benefits, and there were nearly 370 churches recognized in Hungary.