Skip to comments.Italy's League blocks Muslims from buying and converting chapel
Posted on 10/28/2018 10:19:07 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Italys far-right League party intervened on Sunday to block efforts by a Muslim association to turn a former hospital chapel into a mosque.
The Muslim group last week made the highest offer for the chapel in the northern city of Bergamo at an auction organized by a local hospital, outbidding the Romanian Orthodox Church which had been using the building for its religious services.
But the project proved short-lived, with League leaders in the wealthy Lombardy region, which includes Bergamo, announcing they would halt the sale by using a 2004 law that enables them to intervene and safeguard cultural sites. [ ]
League leader Matteo Salvini warned earlier this year that Italian culture and society risked being eradicated by Islam. Centuries of history risk disappearing if Islamization, which up until now has been underestimated, gains the upper hand, he said in a statement.
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Italy has been invaded too many times before. I hope and pray Italy can remain Italian.
Muslim association, aka Saudi money.
God bless Italy. Fight like lions.
They need to get native Italian women to have more kids. With the donne popping out an average of around 1 kid each, it’s a demographic catastrophe.
It’s literally impossible for Muslims to convert a chapel. They can only desecrate it.
Good. Italy knows who it is. Italy is not going to have its borders, language and culture destroyed by invading bearded hordes.
Too bad France is lost. It was nice to see the Eiffel Tower. In a few years it will be the place muzzies throw gays off of.
Is Italy really waking up? A few years ago I would have said they didn’t have the fortitude to do so.
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