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Bulgaria MP Yanev: Numerous Southern Villages Are Converted to Islam by Force
novinite ^ | 3 March 2009

Posted on 03/03/2009 5:53:27 AM PST by Righting

Bulgaria MP Yanev: Numerous Southern Villages Are Converted to Islam by Force 3 March 2009, Tuesday

Girls from the village of Ribnovo, in Saudi Arabian attire, are pictured after taking a class on radical Islam. Photo by BGNES Despite Bulgaria's European Union membership, some regions of the country need a second liberation from Ottoman yoke, the Bulgarian Member of the Parliament (MP), Yane Yanev, stated, cited by the Bulgarian news agency, BGNES.

Yanev, who is the leader of the opposition "Order, Law, Justice" Party (RZS) spoke Monday in Blagoevgrad as reported by the local BGNES correspondent.

The leaders of RZS visited Monday several villages in Southern Bulgaria to meet with alarmed teachers and parents, who have presented concrete evidence of the imposed conversion to fundamentalist Islam in the region.

The example of the village of Ribnovo, in the Gurmen municipality, has been presented as the most striking one. In Ribnovo, the school principal, Feim Issa, had imposed full dictatorship on the teaching staff, forcing them to wear traditional Muslim clothes, and encouraging female student to the same. Issa has been illegally appointed as principal with help of the local mosque's leaders and is actively supporting the religion teacher at the school, Murat Boshnak. Boshnak is, reportedly, an individual with suspicious past and unclear educational background. He is not holding even a Bulgarian high school diploma, but has graduated from a religious school in Skopje, Macedonia. Ribnovo residents allege that Boshnak has specialized in Saudi Arabia and is forcefully making parents to sign requests for their children to study the Islam. He is also demanding that children address him as "aga' instead of "gospodin" (Mister), had prohibited girls from attending the last prom in civil attire and issued a ban on celebrations. Boshnak later organized a trip to Turkey with funds from an Arab foundation. Only one girl had attended the prom. Parents, who refuse to follow the fundamentalist rules, are being cursed during services in the local mosque.

Yanev had established similar examples in the village of Satovcha, where the school principal regularly attended classes in radical Islamism in an illegal local fundamentalist school. The principal was currently on maternity leave and, in order to keep the school under control, had appointed her own husband to replace her.

The residents of the villages visited by Yanev are not Turks; they are all Bulgarian-Muslims, speaking only Bulgarian language.

The RZS leader stated he was appalled by the extreme violations of the rights and freedoms of Bulgarian citizens, embedded in the Constitution. RZS distributed to the media video postcards, showing how radical Islam is quickly taking roots in the country, under the courteous watch of the ruling tri-party Coalition.

Yanev and his colleague Dimitar Abadzhiev vowed to signal the State Agency for National Security (DANS) about the citizens' rights violations in the region, which, they say, are sabotaging European values and leading the way of Islam in Europe.


TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: bulgaria; eu; eurabia; europe; islamicinquizition; islamism; islamofascism; rop

1 posted on 03/03/2009 5:53:28 AM PST by Righting
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To: Righting

Well duh. Islam = force;

Else how would one convert 21st century folks to a mode of life that evolution bypassed millennia ago?


2 posted on 03/03/2009 5:55:35 AM PST by Da Coyote
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To: Righting

http://www.greek-genocide.org/press.html


3 posted on 03/03/2009 6:00:55 AM PST by gitmogrunt (Fail to Study History,?Expect to Repeat History.)
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To: Righting
Good chance I'm not understanding this but...

The residents of the villages visited by Yanev are not Turks; they are all Bulgarian-Muslims, speaking only Bulgarian language.

So, these folks are already muzzies, it's just that they're being nudged into "active" (radical) muslim status through their schools?

I'm not saying that's a good thing, but it's not exactly like civilized Christians were being converted at the point of a sword.

4 posted on 03/03/2009 6:10:27 AM PST by South Hawthorne (In Memory of my Dear Friend Henry Lee II)
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To: Righting
Just look at India's history and you will see Arab-muslim invasion that took away the Hindu country. It may have taken them thousands of years but what we have is a never ending invasion that will never stop.

While whites and Christians fight with each other in European and American continent, the Muslim penetration only grows!

To the enlightened world, have you noticed that the so called oppressed women of Muslim faith, or the educated class (education is supposed to open minds) Muslim intelligentsia almost never speak anything against their religion and its practices?

We cannot change them but to survive, we can learn from them!

5 posted on 03/03/2009 6:13:16 AM PST by indianyogi
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To: Owl_Eagle

The Bulgarian Communists basically tried to force all of the Turks in the country to become “Bulgarized”, they were forced to take Bulgarian names and forced to only speak Bulgarian. It seems that now things are returning back to where they were before Bulgaria became Communist.


6 posted on 03/03/2009 6:15:15 AM PST by dfwgator (1996 2006 2008 - Good Things Come in Threes)
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To: Righting

Saudi Arabia funds and managed a wide array of sympathetic schools, institutes, mullahs and “teachers” around the world. It is their “army” and the greatest source of influence they have in the world.


7 posted on 03/03/2009 6:18:36 AM PST by PGR88
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To: PGR88

Which is why it’s still the “KINGDOM” of the RoP.


8 posted on 03/03/2009 8:43:12 AM PST by Righting
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To: Righting

Anyone know where the Templar Knights are residing now?


9 posted on 03/03/2009 8:49:43 AM PST by RC2
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To: Righting; lizol

I have been worried about Bulgaria. It makes sense from the jihadis’ standpoint to drive the wedge in there.


10 posted on 03/03/2009 8:58:02 AM PST by rogue yam
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To: rogue yam

Just when we thought that the “old” Europe is safe from Islamization...


11 posted on 03/04/2009 10:05:17 AM PST by Righting
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To: Righting

Much of "old" Europe was part of the Ottoman Empire.

12 posted on 03/04/2009 10:11:30 AM PST by dfwgator (1996 2006 2008 - Good Things Come in Threes)
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To: dfwgator
Much of "old" Europe was part of the Ottoman Empire.

That is True, yet 'old Europe' had more of a chance to become immuned against Islamization under Bush.

13 posted on 03/04/2009 11:18:06 AM PST by Righting
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To: Righting; Kolokotronis; kosta50

Pomaks! don’t they realise that izlamm destroyed their once-great civilisation and only by returning to Orthodoxy can they retain their culture? izlam is the death-bed of culture, and the entry into a cult


14 posted on 12/15/2009 9:04:43 PM PST by Cronos (Nuke Mecca NOW!!!<img src="http://shiitehappens.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/bomb_mecca450.jpg" />)
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To: dfwgator
Much of "old" Europe was part of the Ottoman Empire.

I guess you missed that geography class. Most of Old Europe never saw the Ottomans. The Balkans and Crimea hardly quality as "Old Europe."

15 posted on 12/15/2009 10:03:06 PM PST by kosta50 (Don't look up -- the truth is all around you)
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