Skip to comments.A Parallel Muslim Universe (Germany)
Posted on 02/20/2007 4:38:19 PM PST by Nachum
Germany's Muslim population is becoming more religious and more conservative. Islamic associations are fostering the trend, particularly through their work with the young -- accelerating the drift towards a parallel Muslim society.
A member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Berlin. It's the silence that visitors notice first. No children's laughter, no chatter, no pop music. A Protestant minister familiar with the noise level in children's homes describes the atmosphere as "very spooky." This Friday, at the end of Ramadan, it is especially hushed in the green house on Hochfeldstrasse in Duisburg, a city near Düsseldorf. Quietly, the boys remove their jackets from the cloakroom's numbered hooks - many are heading home for the holiday. The blankets are meticulously folded in the dormitories. Toys and posters are nowhere to be seen.
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Eurpoe let them all in. Let's see if they now have the balls to save their society and their culture.
And then suddenly, BOOM!
I think the semi-serious countries have at least tried to ban burkas (or disguises for Islamic male terrorist bombers) and Germany isn't one of them, neither are Russia or Britain for example. Any "bloviating" from countries allowing wearing of these "bomber bags" is just political BS.
Um, not to put too fine a point on it, but neither the US nor any of the several states has banned the wearing of burqas.
Why do you expect more from them, than you do us?
We need to draw a lesson from this about the alleged need for "gues workers" in the US. The Mexicans flooding the place are not assimilating either, and they're still having lots of kids.
No laughter, no games, no music..........just hatred, suicide and death
From germany with love.
oh.. it say 'cliché' on the right guy and 'reality' on the left one.
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