Europe must do more to assimilate Muslim immigrant populations and criminalise religious hate speech, said the head of a global Muslim missionary society trying to help Saudi Arabia mend its reputation as a promoter of intolerant ideology.
It is astonishing that Secretary General Mohammed al-Issa of the Muslim World League (MWL) would offer the assistance of his organization in assimilating Muslim migrants into Europe as well as in helping to eradicate “extremist ideology abroad.” It is long known that the MWL and Saudi Arabia have been exporting Wahhabism abroad. Their intent is conquest, in accordance with the dictates of Islamic law.
One wonders who Mohammed al-Issa thinks he is fooling; this is, of course, a rhetorical question, since he is fooling many people.
The fact that the jihad ideology has infiltrated deep into the West reflects the willful ignorance and failure of Western leaders who have blinded themselves to the nature of the global jihad.
The nature, expansion and gravity of the jihad worldwide requires vigilance and adherence to democratic principles, not aid from sharia adherents to advise the West on how to assimilate Muslim migrants and to criminalize offences to Islam. The West should preserve the freedom of speech, not submit to sharia blasphemy restrictions.
Free speech is a hallmark of free society. If Western nations outlaw offences to Islam, or any religion for that matter, free society ceases to exist. No one knows that better than Islamic supremacists; they thumb their noses at the dhimmis of the West who are obsessed with “tolerance” and “diversity” at any cost and terrified of being called “Islamophobes.” The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also knows this, with its recent claims to be moving toward moderation.
It is appalling that the MWL would expect that the West would accept such deceit. Yet the MWL is not completely off base, given the European Union’s laxity toward the jihad and its acceptance of the hijrah.
Islamic supremacists everywhere fully recognize their success in the EU. Far too many Western leaders, however, fail to understand their nations’ status as part of the House of War.
Muslim migrants should be expected to obey the laws of the land to which they emigrate, and respect the freedom of speech, or be penalized or deported.
“Global Muslim body urges Europe to assimilate migrants better”, by Stephen Kalin and Michael Georgy, Reuters, April 10, 2018:
RIYADH (Reuters) – Europe must do more to assimilate Muslim immigrant populations and criminalise religious hate speech, said the head of a global Muslim missionary society trying to help Saudi Arabia mend its reputation as a promoter of intolerant ideology.
The Muslim World League (MWL) and the kingdom itself have been accused for decades of spreading the strict Wahhabi strain of Islam, often criticised as the philosophical basis for radical Islamist militancy worldwide.
Recent gestures of interfaith tolerance follow Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s promise to promote a more moderate form of Islam, and his warning that extremists’ main aim is to radicalise Muslim communities in Europe.
Critics say the mosques and Islamic centres around the world controlled by the MWL promote intolerance and hatred of some religions and Muslim sects — a charge the group denies.
Secretary-General Mohammed al-Issa said the organisation, headquartered in Mecca, could assist in assimilation and the eradication of extremist ideology abroad.
“We believe that European countries, where there is much debate now, and other countries around the world … need to enhance national assimilation programmes and criminalise hatred and contempt for adherents of religions because this threatens the safety of the community,” he told Reuters in an interview.
“The League has programmes and curricula that enhance national assimilation and which can courageously and forcefully confront all forms of extremism, as well as special programmes to thwart efforts to infiltrate the Muslim community.”
He would not elaborate on specific measures.
Saudi Arabia last month ceded control of Brussels’ Grand Mosque, previously run by the MWL, to local authorities over concerns that it promoted radicalism.
Prince Mohammed has traced some of the kingdom’s most restrictive practices to 1979, the year of the Shi’ite Muslim revolution in Iran and an attack on Mecca’s Grand Mosque by Sunni extremists…..