Clash at Omeriye Mosque
- Taliban Bombs Mosque During Ramadan (not to worry, Â other religions bomb each other all the time, right? Â Can’t blame all Muslims for… tiny minority of…… Islam is not a monol….most Muslims are peace-loving (sharia-)law abiding citizens…..)
CyprusMail –Â Charles Charalambous/thanks to Counter Jihad
Here’s a hint of what happened:
“…he was an Arab Wahhabi, they want to be honoured, they think they are better than us. They say that no Pakistani, no Indian, no Bangladeshi should come into the mosque, but we say that nobody can tell us as Muslims that we cannot pray here. Everyone is made equal in the world,” said Mohammed.” Â Hmm, not really: there is dhimmitude and the jiziya which impoverishes and Â degrades unbelievers to a status below slaves…
A CLASH involving at least 100 people â€“ some reports say 500 â€“ using stones, sticks and pipes took place on Monday night at Omeriye Mosque in Nicosia, following the ejection of one group of worshippers who followed a different interpretation of Islam to the majority of those present.
Update from Atlas:
Another incident involving worshippers at the Omeriye Mosque had occurred on Sunday night, during a pop concert by Greek artist Pantelis Thalassinos at the Erodos CafÃ© and Restaurant next the mosque, while evening prayers were taking place.
Worshippers became angry when their prayers were interrupted at 9.30pm by the start of the concert, and one or two people expressed their anger by starting to throw stones at the assembled crowd. Police intervened quickly, and calm was restored by mosque officials.
UPDATE: The constant agitators areÂ causing trouble in Greece too, incidentally.
More on the jihad in CyprusÂ here. “Cyprus: EU Court Condemns Turkey Of Human Rights Violations,” fromÂ ANSAmed, September 23 (thanks to Insubria):
(ANSAmed) -Â NICOSIA, SEPTEMBER 23 – The fourth section of the European Court of Human Rights issued yesterday its decisions on 18 cases Greek Cypriots brought against Turkey, condemning Ankara of human rights violation due to the continuing occupation of Cyprus’ northern part, which deprives them of their home and properties. All the cases, asÂ CNA reports, rely in particular on Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 (protection of property) and most also on Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life). The Court decided that it is not disputed that the applicants, who were arrested and remanded in custody by the so-called Nicosia district court in the Turkish occupied areas, were deprived of their liberty or that there was an ill-treatment by the so-called Turkish Cypriot authorities…
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