Ingen minareter i Schweiz

Dele (hmm – store dele) af mainstream-medierne har en interesse i at lave en kobling mellem modstand mod islam som ideologi på den ene side, til “højre-ekstreme”, “racisme” og “islamofobi”. Selvfølgelig taler de imod bedre viden, da det

  1. er mennesker af alle politiske anskuelser, som er islamskeptikere
  2. er noget vrøvl, at islam er en race – islam er ikke en race, men en ideologi
  3. er noget sludder at der skulle eksistere en psykiatrisk diagnose ved navn “islamofobi” – udtrykket er konstrueret til politisk formål, og bruges kun til at beklikke modstandere af elitens multi-kultur-projekt.

Lid om minareter som arkitektonisk og historisk fænomen, og for at fuldende billedet, et citat af den tyrkiske premierminister, snart EU-kommissær Recep Tayyip Erdogan:

“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers…”

Fra Guardian (en venstreorienteret parallel til Politiken) via Dhimmi Watch:

Far right groups in Switzerland have collected enough signatures to force a nationwide referendum on banning minarets, the distinctive towers of Islamic architecture.

In what is being seen as a sign of growing Islamophobia in Europe, more than 100,000 Swiss citizens signed a petition to halt the construction of minarets.

Det er med andre ord mindst 100.000 schweitzere, som af artiklens forfatter stemples som ekstremt højreorientede islamofober. Go figure.

Under Switzerland’s direct democracy rules, that level of support is enough to trigger a referendum. The Swiss interior ministry today confirmed a vote would take place, without setting a date.

The petition was launched by Ulrich Schlüer an MP from the controversial Swiss People’s party, which was accused of racist campaigning last year.

Det blev han beskyldt for af vores allesammens gode ven, Doudou Diéne

In a bid to get immigrants’ families deported if their children had been convicted of violent crime, the party ran an advertising campaign showing three white sheep on a Swiss flag kicking out a black sheep with the caption: “For more security.”

The president of Switzerland, Pascal Couchepin, said the government would recommend that voters rejected the proposed minaret ban.

The organisers of the petition argue that the minarets, which are used on mosques, are a symbol of political and religious claims to power, not just a religious sign.

Schlüer said last year: “We’ve got nothing against prayer rooms or mosques for the Muslims. But a minaret is different. It’s got nothing to do with religion; it’s a symbol of political power.”

If Schlüer’s camp wins the referendum, the Swiss parliament must pass a law enshrining a minaret construction ban in the constitution.

Opponents say such a ban would violate religious freedom.

More than 310,000 of Switzerland’s 7.5 million population are Muslims, according to the federal statistical office.

The UN expert (sic!) on racism (Islam nævnes igen som race – var det Gobbels som sagde, at hvis man gentager en tilstrækkelig stor løgn tilstrækkeligt mange gange, vil folk til sidst opfatte den som sandhed), Doudou Diene, has said the campaign is evidence of an “ever-increasing trend” toward anti-Islamic actions in Europe.

Ved du hvad, doudou dér – anti-islamismen næres af islamisterne og de kulturfremmede, som ikke kan finde ud af at leve i et vestligt samfund. Ikke af skeptikerne.

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