The Turkish parliament’s so-called “human rights” committee “will travel to the heart of Europe to investigate rising Islamophobia on the continent.”
Turkey and human rights are incongruous in the same sentence.
Looking at the jihadist state’s own human rights record:
- Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for an OIC “army of Islam” to attack Israel.
- Erdogan declared a battle between Christianity and Islam and a clash between the cross and the crescent, but blamed Europe for being the instigator.
- Erdogan has taken up the historic Turkish mission to ruthlessly crush Kurdish nationalism.
- After Turkey’s firing and “jailing of tens of thousands of soldiers, police, teachers and civil servants following a failed military coup in July 2016,” Erdogan accused European critics of “Islamophobia” for merely questioning his human rights record.
- Erdogan is now preparing the younger generation for his vision of Islamic expansion as he pours “billions of dollars into religious education, including a 100 percent increase in funding for ‘Imam and Preacher’ religious academies.” 90,000 mosques across Turkey also prayed “Qur’anic ‘conquest’ prayers” calling on Muslims to be “ruthless against unbelievers.”
So now that Turkish lawmakers intend to impose themselves and their “Islamophobia” investigation upon sovereign countries of the EU, it will be interesting to watch just what reception the Turkish “investigators” will get. Will Germany, France and Belgium — which are all experiencing grave domestic problems with jihad attacks, violence, no-go zones, etc. since the hijrah began — accept Turkey’s sharia patrol?
“Islamophobia” is a trumped-up word frequently employed by Islamic supremacists to lord it over infidels. It is heavily marketed by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and is “nothing more than a thought-terminating cliche conceived in the bowels of Muslim think tanks for the purpose of beating down critics.”
“Turkish parliament’s human rights committee to probe Islamophobia in Europe”, Daily Sabah, April 5, 2018:
A group of Turkish lawmakers will travel to the heart of Europe to investigate rising Islamophobia on the continent.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency on Thursday, Ömer Serdar, the head of parliament’s Human Rights Committee, said that they will hold meetings with state authorities during their visits to Germany, France and Belgium.
Serdar, a senior lawmaker from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), said that they will discuss the issue of marginalization.
“We will investigate whether authorities take measures against the hostility of Islamophobic discrimination in Muslims’ daily lives,” said Serdar.
Serdar said after their investigation they will prepare a report.
“After that, we plan to hold a symposium both nationally and internationally,” he added.
Germany has witnessed growing Islamophobia and hatred of migrants in recent years triggered by a propaganda from far-right and populist parties, which have exploited fears over the refugee crisis and terrorism.
Some 950 Muslims and Muslim institutions were attacked in 2017, according to the official figures.
At least 33 Muslims were injured in these attacks, which included assaults on Muslim women wearing headscarves and attacks on mosques and other Muslim institutions.
Germany, a country of 81.8 million people, has the second-largest Muslim population in Western Europe after France.
Among the country’s nearly 4.7 million Muslims, 3 million are of Turkish origin. Many of them are second or third-generation Turkish families who migrated to Germany in the 1960s and are well-integrated…..