Imran Firasat, an ex-Muslim convert to Christianity, faces criminal charges and deportation from Spain for making the recently-released video called ‘The Innocent Prophet’ that is critical of Islam and the prophet Mohammed. If he is sent back to his native Pakistan, he will likely face the death penalty for blasphemy and apostasy.
via Imran Firasat has today been informed by the Spanish government that his residency status has been revoked because of his involvement in the production of an anti-Islam film | BARE NAKED ISLAM.
Danish integration problems with Muslims became public worldwide in 2006 when the newspaper Jyllands-Posten published 12 cartoons of the prophet Mohammed. Exactly two years later riots broke out again because of the reprint of the Mohammed cartoons by all major Danish newspapers.
Currently 70 percent of the prison population in the Copenhagen youth prison consists of young man of Muslim heritage. Is this recent violence and general violent tendency among Muslims solely coincidental, or is there a direct connection?
via Danish Psychologist: ‘Integration of Muslims in Western Societies is Not Possible’ » Publications » Family Security Matters.
Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, is said to have predicted the Islamic conquest first of Constantinople (“the city of Heraclius” below) and then of Rome. An Islamic conference to be held in London on April 10 boasts about what the conference organizers see as the looming fulfillment of the second part of that prophecy: the Islamic conquest of Rome.
But remember: if you speak about Islamic supremacism and the global jihad aspiration to impose Sharia over the world, you’re an “Islamophobe”–Jihad Watch
“Several hundred years ago when the forces of Islam wanted to capture Vienna, they came with the sword and the cannon and laid siege to the city walls. Today they simply take a plane. While Vienna was able to resist repeated sieges, it was not able to resist Islamic immigration, and as a result the city looks a good deal more the way it would have had it fallen to an actual siege. Today as much as a third of Vienna is of foreign origin. And as many as 50 percent of Viennese schoolchildren have a non-German language as their mother tongue.”–Sultanknish