First major western city elects Muslim mayor (who loves refugees)
Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 9, 2016
Of course he would because many of the world’s refugees are Muslims and it is through their migration (the Hijra!) that London, indeed the whole of England, has effectively been conquered.
It is this business of electing Muslim mayors that is one of the issues that concerned me in 2007 when I launched Refugee Resettlement Watch.
You’ve all seen the news from London, if not, here is one report from Leo Hohmann at World Net Daily:
The United States recently saw its first Muslim-majority city council elected in Hamtramck, Michigan.
But voters in Britain’s capital and largest city just delivered an even bigger prize to Islam.
London elected Sadiq Khan as its mayor on Friday, making him the most powerful Muslim politician in the Western world.
Kahn’s rise is a testimony to the fact that major sections of the city are already close to 50 percent Muslim, and critics say many of its non-Muslim residents seem comfortable with turning the top elected post over to a man with questionable connections to terrorists.
Khan was accused of being unfit to become London’s next mayor after footage emerged of him describing moderate Muslims of being “Uncle Toms.”
Cameron announced May 4 that Britain would accept an undisclosed number of unaccompanied Syrian children seeking asylum in Italy, Greece or France. Britain has already agreed to resettle 20,000 Syrian refugees, not nearly as many as Germany but more than the U.S.
Dr. Mark Christian, who grew up in Egypt the son of a Muslim Brotherhood father and became a child imam by the time he was 14 only to later renounce Islam and become Christian, said the rise of Muslim politicians in major European cities is inevitable given the brisk pace of Islamic migration.
Conquest without the sword!
“The narrative that he is connected to radical Islam is by itself something the West invented, trying to differentiate between regular Islam and radical Islam. Islam is Islam,” he said. “The mindset of Muslims, whether Mr. Khan is devout or not, is such that he will be used by other Muslim leaders to accomplish things that have never happened through the sword.”
In truth, the views of a “moderate” Muslim like Khan differ from the violent jihadists only as a matter of strategy. The end goal of the Brotherhood is Shariah, Christian said.
Goal of electing 30 Muslim mayors in the US by 2015!
That is what an Imam told an audience in Saudi Arabia in August of 2007 as reported by the Washington Times (front page story!).
As far as I can tell, no one paid any attention to Imam Yahya Hendi’s confident prediction.
Of course Hendi and his fellow strategists failed (so far), but that doesn’t mean that they have given up.
If Muslim migration continues unabated, America too will have Muslim mayors.
Here is Hendi (the Islamic chaplain at Georgetown Univ.):
“Last year, we elected the first Muslim to Congress, and I expect that by 2015, there will be three or four, as well as at least 30 mayors,” he said, adding that the number of Muslim lawyers in the United States has multiplied since September 11.
Indeed! if Muslims were here to assimilate and not advance shariah, why on earth would it matter to them what religion elected officials are? And, why go to Saudi Arabia to report this ‘progress?’
This is what I said in 2007 when there was complete silence about Hendi’s admission of their goals in America:
Can you imagine if some Catholic or Jewish leader was telling a foreign nation that they were working toward 30 (any number) Jewish mayors, or 30 Catholic mayors, all hell would break loose in the mainstream media!
I’m laughing envisioning a Jewish US mayoral candidate going to Israel and bragging that he was part of a movement to elect 30 Jewish mayors in the next few years—he or she would be driven out of town by the media. Similarly a bragging Catholic candidate reporting in to Rome would suffer the same fate. Why did no one slam Imam Hendi at the time? Fear?
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