Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Islamization of Europe continuing apace

All of Holland is celebrating Ramadan.

Including Prime Minister Balkenende, and Amsterdam Mayor Job Cohen (Dutch).

Meanwhile, the British are now considering abandoning the Union Jack. It offends Muslims, you know.

Mark Steyn has his own ideas on the subject. On banning "pig-related items":
When the Queen knights a Muslim "community leader" whose line on the Rushdie fatwa was that "death is perhaps too easy", and when the Prime Minister has a Muslim "adviser" who is a Holocaust-denier and thinks the Iraq war was cooked up by a conspiracy of Freemasons and Jews, and when the Prime Minister's wife leads the legal battle for a Talibanesque dress code in British schools, you don't need a pig to know which side's bringing home the bacon.
And of course Muslims keep going on about this war, nearly a millennium ago, which THEY started:
"A lot of Muslims and Arabs view the Crusades as a bloody episode in our history," he told CNN. "They see those campaigns as Christendom launching a brutal holy war against Islam.
Jews were there first. Then Roman Christians occupied the place. Muslims were only third to do so, driving out the Christians in the process. In the scheme of things, there was nothing wrong with Christians trying to get "their" land back. If I was five years old, I'd say "They started it".


Anonymous Joanne said...

I'm a Jewish American, and I feel personally offended that all of America won't be celebrating Hannukah.

Just kidding.

7:26 PM  

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