As many Swedes have grown sick and tired of a political elite giving in to Islamic demands, it is generally expected that the anti-immigration party, the Sweden Democrats, will do well in the next elections.
It takes some time before voters realize what is going on, but in the end, they invariably do.
Members of Turkey’s National Education Council last week did not discuss Turkey’s extremely poor PISA rankings, or improving the curriculum in mathematics and science. Instead, a pro-government teachers’ union proposed making religion a required course in pre-school.
Turkey’s response to the European Court of Human Rights, which vehemently told Ankara to scrap all compulsory religious education, was to introduce Islamic teaching to six-year-olds.
Another casualty was the “human rights and democracy” classes that Turkish fourth-grade students must take.
This is the third church in Muslim-majority East Jerusalem to be forced shut in recent years.
“You think all men are equal… Islam does not say that all men are equal. Your values are not their values. If you do not understand this soon enough, you will become victims of the enemy you have welcomed into our home.” — Archbishop Amel Shimoun, Exiled Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul, Iraq.
As usual, after filing a complaint about a gang rape with the local police, her family received threats of more violence. “In Pakistan, rape is used as an instrument of arbitrary power over Christian girls… It is a form of violence that wants to reiterate the submission to Muslims. The rest of society is not outraged because the victims mostly belong to religious minorities. Rarely rapists are punished.” — Sardar Mushtaq Gill, lawyer, Pakistan.
American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s young children have submitted a video to President Barack Obama pleading with him to being their father safely home from Iranian prison. “Now we understand that ISIS members in the prison have said that he is their number one target.”
Around 45 churches in Mosul… were destroyed and converted into mosques.
As a democratically elected politician I name the problems that I see…. That is my duty. That is why I have been elected. I rely on objective facts and figures…. Because they are the truth.
I do not intend to hurt or offend people either… Already for over 10 years, I have lost my personal freedom.
In my fight for freedom and against the Islamization of the Netherlands, I will never let anyone silence me. No matter the cost, no matter by whom, whatever the consequences may be.
To speak with the words of Martin Luther King: “I close by saying there is nothing greater in all the world than freedom. It’s worth going to jail for. It’s worth losing a job for. It’s worth dying for.”