Socialists in the EU Parliament are pushing for a “Judeo-Christian-Islamic” Europe, whatever that is. Islam has nothing to do with European culture, regardless of what the European Union might say. Notice also that the EUrabians are very preoccupied with the “grievances” of Muslims. Nobody ever asks native Europeans about our “legitimate grievances.” Since we are Christians and – dare I say – white, we do not by definition have any.
A newspaper in my country stated that we should cooperate with the Muslim Brotherhood because they are so “moderate.” Earlier this year the current leader of the MB, Mahdi Akef, stated that the ongoing Jihad will smash Western civilization. Akef decreed that in the event that Muslims cannot achieve this goal in the near future, “Muslims are obliged to continue the jihad that will cause the collapse of Western civilization and the ascendance of the Muslim civilization on its ruins.” The spiritual leader of the Brotherhood, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, has voiced his support for suicide bombings and publicly boasted about how Muslims will conquer Europe.
The same left-wing, Multicultural newspaper, Dagbladet, has for a generation relentlessly demonized any critics of mass immigration as racists, bigots or “right-wing extremists.” Muslims are thus moderates if they support terrorism and want to smash Western civilization. We are extremists if we resist. Europeans, from Britain via the Netherlands to Italy, are supposed to meekly accept our gradual eradication, actively promoted by our own media, intelligentsia and political leaders.
European socialist organizations have decided to stem the increasing Islamophobia in Europe by breaking the monopoly on the debate which has, up until now, primarily belonged to far-right and ultranationalist groups. The Party of European Socialists (PES) – a caucus representing 214 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) drawn from 33 socialist and social democratic parties – has created a committee to seek ways to combat Islamophobia. Believing that Islam is now a European religion, the 25-member committee wants to “listen” to the 20 million Muslims now living in Europe in a bid to understand their problems, as well as provide solutions to alleviate their grievances.
The committee will be headed by Gary Titley, a British MEP, and Emine Bozkurt, Dutch MEP of Turkish origin, will be the vice chairwoman. Together with the other committee members they have proposed a one year mandate – May 2007 to May 2008 – during which they will focus on such topics as diversity, integration and inclusion; secularism and rule of law; young Muslims and the place of women, democracies, representation and citizenship; and multiculturalism versus integration. Speaking to Today’s Zaman, Bozkurt said she believes Islam is already a part of European culture. Drawing attention to the generally accepted definition of European culture as “Judaeo-Christian”, Bozkurt thinks it will soon be “Judaeo-Christian-Islamic” .