“None of the boys is of Christian faith.” As Tammy Bruce remarked to me yesterday when I did her show from here at the Restoration Weekend, a reliable way to know that the perpetrators of a given deed reported in news story were Muslim is the lack of any mention of their religion, or in this case, the assurance that they were not Christian. Hmmmm. Non-Christians from Serbia-Montenegro and Bosnia. Might they belong to a religion some of whose adherents, as Oriana Fallaci pointed out, have taken great pleasure in desecrating churches and monuments in Europe? Might this be an expression of Islamic contempt for those whom the Qur’an calls the “vilest of creatures” — unbelievers (98:6)?
A translation by Mussi of “Kirche mit Kot beschmiert,” a German-language article from Blick Online:
Muttenz, Basle — A bad joke or is there more behind this? The catholic church in Muttenz, Basle, has been repeatedly soiled with fecals for the last two weeks by teenagers.
A new day, a new shocker: They soiled the altar with excrements. They urinated into the baptism font, destroyed glassware on the donation table and destroyed vegetation.
The perpetrators: A gang of 12- and 13-year olds. One boy is Swiss (nationality), two are from former Serbia-Montenegro and two are from Bosnia. None of the boys is of Christian faith.
Investations are now underway, the public prosecutor is checking the situation of the children. Two of them are already in ‘specialized institutions’, three are currently examed by specialized medical personnel, according to the police.
The Swiss youth penal law could impose community service, a stay in an educational institution or name an assistant for the parents of the concerned children to help them educate their children.
What if the problem turns out to be how they have educated their children up to this point?