A poster here at Jihad Watch recently observed that, among Muslims in France, a recent “massive and widespread surge in antiMuslim anger really shocked and worried the muslim community here as they had seen their position of arrogance as untouchable and very secure”¦.This shock has caused a major downturn in mosque rhetoric and the whole Muslim community has slid back into its usual shell and the Muslim violence factor has decreased markedly. They still hate us but they will not move again (accidents excepted) until they have much greater numbers and that will take from 5 to 10 years.”
Exactly. There is a detectable drawing back, here and there, among Muslims in France and in Europe as a whole. See, for a telling example, Tariq Ramadan’s new approach to keeping the lid on things, urging Muslims to work “within the system” and vote, vote, vote. He says all this, this grandson of Hassan al-Banna, not because he thinks that Muslims in Europe should accept the legal and political institutions of the Infidels permanently, but so that the Muslims in Europe should behave in a manner that will permit the continued, uninterrupted, and largely unremarked campaigns of Da’wa and of course the inexorable demographic changes.
Before the scott-applebys of this world decide to hand out their Kroc Center or Soros Center or any other goddam center money to support the sinister hissing of Tariq Ramadan, they have a solemn duty to read about him.
They should read his fellow Muslim and native of Egypt, the now-Italian journalist Magdi Allam (see “Lettera aperta a Tariq Ramadan”).
They should read “Frere Tariq” — a book devoted to the practice of taqiyya by Ramadan, by the Frenchwoman Caroline Fourest.
They should read Laurent Favrot on Tariq Ramadan.
They should perhaps view the tapes of Tariq Ramadan’s appearances, in debate on French television, with Nicolas Sarkozy and Alain Finkielkraut.
And long before they do all that, they will have lost any desire to be associated with the transparently duplicitous, and dangerous, Tariq Ramadan.
But they will not do this. It is instead up to the Infidels who care about what is happening to their countries. What should those Infidels do? Inform themselves fully about the tenets, attitudes, and atmospherics of Islam (atmospherics that affect even those who never go to mosques). Learn something about Jihad-conquest and the treatment of non-Muslims, from Spain to the East Indies, over 1350 years. Work “within the system” to force a halt to all Muslim immigration, the deportation of all non-citizens, and a reworking of naturalization requirements so that they include evidence of knowledge of a nation’s history, political and legal system, and culture. Make clear that a loyalty oath will be necessary, an unalterable requirement. And if that oath is perjured, it will be grounds for swift deportation at any point — to the country of one’s origins or of one’s parents or grandparents.
Stop the Saudi funding of mosques and madrasas by making such financial backing from abroad illegal. Never give in to a single Muslim demand for changes in curricula, or in any other aspect of the schools. Vote up-and-down on candidates based on their awareness of the menace of Jihad, so that those inclined to curry Muslim votes will be defeated early on by all those who will vote against them for that very currying. Keep educating yourself and others. Make a point, each week, of telling five people about this website, for example. Perhaps one of the five will come, read, and become a regular visitor. In a year that is 52 new visitors. Tell them about other relevant websites and books. Demand that your local library stock such books.
Keep after the politicians. Educate them, or educate, if you can get to, their young staff members on whom they often rely.
Don’t let up.
And the more supporters of Jihad, and of its various instruments, in the Lands of the Infidels feel this new understanding, the less likely it is that they will be an obvious threat through bullying, street demonstrations and violence, that sort of thing. That’s good. But it is the non-obvious threat — Da’wa and demographic conquest — that is most worrisome.