Hamburg’s Institutionalization of Islam: Committing Cultural Suicide
Islam Watch 20 August 2012
By Jake Neuman
From Oslo, Norway to London, England, an Islamic curtain is rapidly descending upon Europe. And Muslims’ Hudaibiyah-style treaty with the mayor of Hamburg to institutionalize Islam shows the way.
On August 16, 2012, the City of Hamburg signed an agreement between Hamburg's center-left Mayor Olaf Scholz and it's Muslim Community granting Eid al-Adha (Islamic Festival of Sacrifice), Eid ul-Fitr (end of Ramadan festival), and the Day of Ashura ("Day
of Mourning") as officially recognized holidays.
Muslim workers will be allowed to take these days off, and their children will be allowed to stay out of school if they wish. The deal also promises Islamic communities more say in how religious lessons in school are formed.
Schura official Daniel Abdin described the agreement as "an important step towards the institutional recognition of Islam in Germany."
Muslim community groups, representing Hamburg's 120,000 Muslims, have agreed to recognize the "basic values of constitutional order" to reject "violence and discrimination based on origin, sexual orientation, and faith" and "religious and political viewpoints," and to recognize "equality between genders".
The latter agreements of Muslims are not even worth the paper it’s written on. It is today’s equivalent of Prophet Muhammad’s Hudaibiyah treaty signed in 628, which he threw away 2 years later.
The Muslim community never will or could fulfill those terms of agreement, because to do so would be a total rejection of the Quran, Allah, the Sunna of Muhammad and the Sharia Law. By if fulfilled those agreement, Hamburg Muslims will no longer remain Muslims. They will become apostates, who must be killed as per Sharia Law. This is because criticism or rejection of Islam, the shari'ah law or the Sunnah of the prophet Muhammad is regarded as apostasy in Islam, which is punishable by death. Let us now see why fulfilling those terms of agreements would amount to apostasy for Muslims.
Q Fatwa 21021, Part No. 1, Page 414
Any Muslim who states a preference for democracy rather than shari'ah law or questions anything in the Qur'an or Sunnah is a kafir (disbeliever), considered an apostate, and therefore sentenced to death.
To recognize equality between genders would require rejection of the Quran, whose central theme is the subjugation and repression of women. (...)