Right Side News 12 November 2012
By Soeren Kern
The statements of Mark Elchardus, author of a 426 page study, who linked Islam with anti-Semitism, earned him a lawsuit filed by a Muslim group, which said that his comments violated Belgium's anti-discrimination law of 2007, which forbids discrimination on the basis of "religious convictions," and Article 444 of the Belgian penal code as his statements appeared in a newspaper and were therefore repeated extensively in print. Belgian law, however, apparently did not prevent Muslims from resorting to anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
Gatestone Institute 9 November 2012
By Douglas Murray
The EU has been here before. During the same period they came up with their false wall-of-separation within Hezbollah, they they did the same thing with Hamas.
The fiction disappeared in Europe because it was no longer possible to allow a group to operate which blew up buses full of civilians.
A Muslim party in Belgium says it's preparing to campaign for setting up an Islamic state there. Two candidates from the newly-established Islam party won seats in a recent municipal election. RT discusses this with Philip Klaas, a Belgian Euro MP.
Interestingly, this occurred in a rural area where there are very Muslims and no demand for a mosque permit or the like. The same thing has been going on throughout the region.