Sunday, April 09, 2006

Europe's two biggest dangers: the E.U. and Islam

First of all read this! I couldn't put it better than he did! Read it all, because there is alot of truth in it! Just in case you are too lazy too click the link I copy the excellent post below:

EU Imams Told Anti-Muslim Bias Dangerously High

"This is starting to make no sense at all unless it's looked at from a certain direction. The article referred to above is from an Islamic, pro-Islam website and they are clearly concerned about the rising tide of anti-Islam sentiment growing in Europe.

The people of Europe are moving from an original tolerance of Islam to a dislike of Islam to an outright hatred of it, and rightly so in the face of the Islamic riots, rapes, robbings, murders and burning, as well as the constant screeching and attacks from them against Freedom of Speech.

At the same time, the government leaders are pressing for more laws protecting and literally promoting Islam. Now, either they are blind and deaf and totally uncaring of their own political careers, or something else is happening.

I think it would be really interesting if someone with the time and means of doing so would investigate the incomes of these "leaders". I would not be surprised if it were discovered that the Saudis were funneling great chunks of money into private accounts for these people, enough money that what they stand to gain from being in politics would pale in comparison.

Why else are so many European leaders selling out their own nations in the face of this terrible threat that is right now bringing down one disaster after another on their people?"



If you want to know what the EU is doing to the Europeans, read below or click here

VIENNA, April 8, 2006 (IslamOnline.net) – The head of the EU's racism observatory on Saturday, April 8, told the second conference of European imams, bringing together 300 leaders, imams and female preachers from 35 countries, that anti-Muslim bias is dangerously high in Europe.

"The level of discrimination against Muslim communities in Europe remains dangerously high,"
Beate Winkler, head of the European Monitoring Center on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC), told European imams meeting in Vienna.

"Some people stereotype all Muslims as devotedly religious and sharing a fundamentalist view of Islam," she said.

Winkler said her agency would soon publish two reports on Islamophobia in Europe, warning of a vicious circle of discrimination and hostility towards Muslims from parts of the European majority.

Turfa Bagaghati, deputy chairman of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), agreed.

"It is high time now that Muslims in Europe pressed for their rights like enacting laws banning aggression on Islam and enhancing Islamic education,"
he told IslamOnline.net.

Issues such as Islamic education, political participation, integration, family role, unemployment, the environment and animal rights are featuring high on the agenda of the three-day conference, which opened on Friday, April 7.

Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso led prominent European figures who attended the opening session.

Integration


Muslims in Europe "don't want to be build a separate and isolated society," said Schakfeh.


Winkler urged European authorities to help their Muslim minorities who have "a dangerous feeling of hopelessness and withdrawal from the wider community."

She proposed, in this respect, supporting mosque construction, providing time for religious broadcasts in public broadcasting and assuring proper education of imams and Islamic religion teachers.
European Muslim leaders supported the goal of integrating their minorities into their European societies.

"The Muslims of Europe want to be an active and central part of the societies they live in," Anas Schakfeh, president of the Islamic Religious Authority in Austria (IRA), told the conference.

"They don't want to be build a separate and isolated society," he added, urging an estimated 33 million Muslims in Europe to tackle their problems in an all-inclusive not self-centered approach.

"This conference, which is a follow on from the 2003 conference held in Graz (in southeastern Austria), is focused on the problems of Muslims in Europe; not the problems of the entire Muslim world or the world as a whole," he noted.

Vienna Mayor Michael Häupl, one of the sponsors, was proud there are no parallel societies or ghettos in Vienna thanks to the successful integrationist policy of the government.

"We all should embrace democracy as a principle, reject violence, radicalism and extremism," he said.

Pluralism


"The principle of pluralism should be respected," said Schuessel.


Chancellor Schuessel and Foreign Minister Ursula Plassnik said pluralism is the bedrock of life system in Europe.

"The principle of pluralism should be respected," Schuessel told the gathering.

"Traditions should be also respected, but we must reach common grounds," he stressed, pointing out that Islam's core message was to interlink religions with one another. (sic...sic...sick!)
"Islam has become an integral part of the European culture and everyday life," agreed Plassnik.

The top diplomat urged European Muslims to build bridges between Europe and the Muslim world.

She said the European Union has reached out to the Muslim world, in general and Muslim minorities in particular, for cooperation and a constructive dialogue.

The EU in February pledged to promote dialogue with the Muslim world after the row triggered by Danish cartoons mocking Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him).

Plassnik touched on freedom of expression, which has proved a bone of contention between the West and the Muslim world after the publication of the cartoons.

"Freedoms do have limits that should not be overstepped," noted the Austrian foreign minister.

European dailies which reprinted the twelve Danish drawings have defended the action on the grounds of practicing their right to free speech.

Infuriated world Muslims countered that blasphemy against any religion cannot be called freedom of expression and should be criminalized.




7 Comments:

Blogger Rastaman said...

Hi
Gave you a link back. Yes, I do hope someone with the means and a voice can dig into this and get his/her results known to the world.

On a positive note, more and more people are looking to us bloggers for their factual news instead of commercial news sources. We are where the action is and we tell it like it is. Our messages are being heard. We are at war, we know it, and more and more we're becoming a weapon against Islamic fascism. Keep up the good work!

2:57 AM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

Do you believe that the European Muslims actually WANT 'freedom of speech, integration, etc.'? Maybe some do, but as a group the majority of Muslims believe the Qu'ran and it's Sharia law. At least I think so.

2:58 AM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

You, Rastaman, are so correct. Bloggers are the voice of truth and reason these days. And whether the USA or other countries want to admit it, we ARE at war with Islam.

3:00 AM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Great comment, Rastaman. As Debbie says, we are at war whether we like it or not. For us it's still more of an ideological war, but for them it's an all out war which they fight with weapons, hypocrisy, ignorance and lots and lots of money. I know people who travel every month or two to some European city JUST to collect a thick envelope "from them"! Yes, we are bloggers, we do our best, but we are ONLY bloggers! We need more protection from the sharks, 'cause we're too exposed!

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