Confirming that the vast majority of Syrians arriving in Europe are Muslims, Saudi Arabia offers to build 200 mosques in Germany
Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 11, 2015
Aren’t they generous, let’s give the Saudis a round of applause! They don’t want to mess up their own country (or risk terrorism) by taking in their coreligionists as refugees, but are happy to help colonize Germany and build mosques.
Germany doesn’t have enough already?
Mosques, as many readers here know, serve to stake-out (to mark) Islam’s territory as the caliphate expands. It is also the center of training for the advancement of the Islamic supremacist doctrine of shariah.
I predict that western historians will look back on this time and write whole books on what exactly motivated German Chancellor Angela Merkel to invite the invaders into Germany. (If there are western historians that is!)
From Arabian Business News:
Saudi Arabia has offered to build 200 mosques in Germany for Syrian refugees who have fled to Europe.
As many as 20,000 refugees entered Germany from Hungary by train, bus and on foot last weekend, in an influx that was described as “breathtaking”.
Chancellor Angela Merkel, speaking at a news conference in Berlin, said: “I am happy that Germany has become a country that many people outside of Germany now associate with hope.”
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported that Saudi Arabia – quoting a report in Arabic newspaper Al Diyar – has offered to build as many as 200 mosques in Germany for Muslims who have fled war-torn Syria.
See our complete archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ here.
Read ‘Modern Day Trojan Horse: Al-Hijra, the Islamic Doctrine of Immigration, Accepting Freedom or Imposing Islam?’ where the authors explain more fully the role the mosque plays in organizing and disciplining the immigrants as they colonize new lands (the Hijra). Get it at Amazon.
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