As much as this video is revealing about the Islamic zeitgeist, I did enjoy hearing, and perhaps for the first time, an opinion from a deeply religious Muslim leader with which I could agree 100% and without reservation. It felt good actually to realize that devout Muslims and I could have some important common ground.
They set an ultimatum for the Hamburg senate: Approximately 1000 people demonstrated in the Schanzenviertel for a different refugee policy - and demanded an end to the "raids" against the refugees from Lampedusa.
Islam versus Europe 18 October 2013
By Necla Kelek
PassionForFreedom.co.uk 10 October 2013
The Passion for Freedom art festival answers three questions:
- 1. What is freedom?
2. How easy it is to lose it?
3. How hard it is to get it back?
It is a competition organised by independent group of friends from all over Europe who protect freedom of speech of artists.
The festival will present the work of 60 "brave artists” contributing film, photography, painting, sculpture, books and other forms of artistic expression, often on highly controversial topics of social importance.
AINA (press release) 10 October 2013
By Geert Wilders
"A specter is haunting Europe -- the specter of Communism," Karl Marx once famously wrote. It took Europe almost a century to liberate itself from this scourge. Today, another specter is haunting not just Europe, but the entire world -- the specter of Islam.
The biggest danger confronting the West today is not the economic situation, nor is it youth unemployment, nor the dire budget situation of our governments; the biggest danger is one of which we are reminded on an almost daily basis. And, yet, many politicians seem to fail to notice.
Gatestone Institute 9 October 2013
By Soeren Kern
A Survey of Islam in Europe: September 2013
In Denmark, construction crews raised the first-ever minaret on September 3 that will alter Copenhagen's low-rise skyline in a colossal project to build the biggest mega-mosque in Scandinavia. The so-called Grand Mosque was made possible through a grant of 150 million kroner ($26 million) from Qatar. This gift has led critics voice concern that the mosque will become a mouthpiece for radical Islam in Denmark.