The Italian authorities have capitulated to hatred.
It began when thousands of Muslims marched in front of Milan’s Duomo to protest against Operation Cast Lead in Gaza, burning Israeli flags and chanting anti-Jewish slogans, Joaquin Navarro-Valls, John Paul II’s spokesman for 22 years, defended the “freedom of expression” of the Muslims who burned the Star of David.
Last week, Italian education minister Francesco Profumo proposed that Islam be taught in public schools alongside the traditional teaching of Catholicism, while Bishop Mariano Crociata, secretary general of the Italian Episcopal Conference, announced that the Vatican is in favor of building new mosques in Italy.
The European Bishops met with European Muslims in Turin to proclaim the need for the “progressive enculturation of Islam in Europe.”
Italy’s Terrorist Legacy
Sheikh Abu Iyad is the major Islamist wanted for the terror attack against the U.S. consultate in Benghazi, Libya. It was just been discovered that two of his handmen are Sami Essid Ben Khemais and Mehdi Kammoun. They both lived in Italy between Milano and Gallarate and they spent seven years in Italian prisons for terrorism.
Italy leads the ranking in Europe as paradise for “martyrs,” imams of hatred and terrorists involved in major terror attacks.
Twenty-nine of the suicide bombers in Iraq and Afghanistan came from Italy.
Eight of the terrorists jailed in Guantanamo Bay are Italians.
Hussien Saber Fadhil, who has been called “the caliph,” is the Iraqi arrested in Venice and considered the Italian link with al Qaeda. He sent money to the Palestinian Arab terror groups as well.
The most well known “Italian” terrorist is Abu Farid Al Masri, the suicide bomber who destroyed the United Nations’ building in Baghdad in 2003, killing dozens of civilians.
From Milan came Kamal Morchidi, who blew himself up at the Rashid Hotel in Baghdad, nearly killing then-US undersecretary Paul Wolfowitz.
The Growing Italian Islamization
The terrorist proliferation is a symbol of growing Italian Islamization: There were 600,000 Muslims in Italy in the year 2000, over 1,300,000 in 2009, over 1.5 million today, and they are expected to get to 2.8 million by 2030.
The southern island of Sicily is about to become the site of a shining new multi-million Euro mega-mosque paid for by Qatar.
The Mosque of Rome, which accommodates more than 12,000 people, is one of the largest mosques in Europe. It is there that the imam, an Egyptian Islamist, was suspended after preaching jihad.
There are now an estimated 500 mosques in Italy, and 70 % of these are controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood, not to mention thousands of informal Islamic prayer centers and Koranic schools.
In Italy, a new Islamic place of worship is established on the average of every four days.
Honor Killings: A New Episode Every Week
And every week there are new episodes of violence against Muslim women committed in the name of Sharia, Islamic law:
Bouchra, 24, was stabbed to death in Verona by her husband because she refused to wear the veil and was living “like a Westerner”;
Kabira, 28, was stabbed to death by her husband because she wanted to wear “Western clothes”;
Darin Omar was killed by her husband because she had got a job in a call center;
Hina Salem was suffocated with a plastic bag by the family, beheaded and buried with her head facing La Mecca because she dated an Italian boy and refused a forced marriage;
Saamali Fatima was killed on a highway at Aosta;
Malka, 29, was strangled by her husband for her “Western” habits;
Fatima, 20, was stabbed to death by her boyfriend for being “too independent”;
Sobia was poisoned by family members;
Naima was stabbed by her husband because she wanted back her children seized in Morocco;
Fouzia was strangled by her husband under the eyes of their three-year old daughter, her body abandoned in a public garden, because she had begun to follow a “modern lifestyle”;
Sanaa Dafan was slaughtered by her father in Pordenone for a relationship with an Italian boy;
Amal, 26, beaten by her husband simply because she wanted to go to the hairdresser.
Anti-Semitism Grows alongside Multiculturalism
Anti-Semitism grows alongside this horrible “multiculturalism.”
The Italian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood released a version of the Koran that contains remarks describing Jews as morally duplicitous and as a people of rejects and swindlers. In several of the footnotes interpreting the text, the commentator, an Italian convert to Islam, suggested Jews are responsible for their own misfortunes and accuses them of being “champions of moral duplicity” who consider as “acceptable any wickedness toward non-Jews.”
Meanwhile, the Italian judges are apologetic about hatred. Ucoii, the largest Islamic organization in Italy, published an ad in many mainstream newspapers titled, “Nazi Bloodshed Yesterday, Israeli Bloodshed Today.” An Italian court ruled that the Nazification of Israel came under “freedom of expression” and was not a case of incitement to hatred.
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