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  Ireland and the Muslim Brotherhood

Irish state supports Muslim Brotherhood

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Cork Dawah Centre

Glór Moslamach

Proposed Blanchardstown mosque

Proposed Clongriffin mosque

Other groups and individuals

"Beyond Belief"

Actual moderates

Ahmadis

Immigration

Opinion polls

Ex-Muslims

Challenge to Muslims

Violent Islamic extremism in Ireland

Islamic terror attacks on Irish people

Sharia law in Ireland



Islam in Ireland

Here is what has happened in almost every Western country since the 1950s:

  1. First, increased Islamic immigration.
  2. Then, after a while, various Islamic radicals calling for Western laws to change to accomodate sharia.
  3. Finally, Islamic terror attacks against the Western country.

This is not a prophecy. This is a description of what has actually happened in the UK, the US, France, Spain, Belgium, Australia - and almost everywhere in the West.

Ireland is currently at stage 2, but not yet at stage 3. Looking at other countries though, it seems inevitable that soon we will go to stage 3. I cannot see any argument as to why we would escape it.

Now I believe in treating people as individuals. Many Muslim immigrants love the West. Many are fleeing from sharia law and Islamic dictators. Many have some (sometimes confused) admiration for non-Muslim societies and economies.

Let me expand that point: Opinion polls show that Western Muslims are the most liberal, tolerant, pro-democracy Muslims in the world. Their opinions are far superior to the opinions of Muslims in the Islamic world. All the dissidents are here - the religious dissidents, the political dissidents, the feminist dissidents, and the gay dissidents. All the dissident works - such as criticism of Islam and Islamism - are published in the West.

This is to be celebrated. However, there is a substantial minority (10-20 percent) of Muslim immigrants who threaten our western freedoms. They are Islamists - essentially religious fascists who want to impose their religious beliefs on the rest of us. What to do about these aggressors is one of the questions of our time.

We have seen this minority attack almost every single European and Western country. They have plotted against Ireland. It is probably only a matter of time before they successfully attack Ireland, too. "Irish" jihadis have fought and died for jihad abroad. Someday this jihad will come home and there will be an attack in Ireland. As in the UK, there is a lack of moderate liberal Muslims in Ireland brave enough to stand up to the Islamists. As in the UK, most of the running is being made by infidels.





Ireland and the Muslim Brotherhood

The major Islamic centres of Ireland are all said to be linked to the far-right, pro-sharia, Islamist organisation, The Muslim Brotherhood.


  


The Irish state supports the Muslim Brotherhood

The Irish state treats the extremist Muslim Brotherhood as representing Muslims in Ireland.





The Clonskeagh mosque




The Blanchardstown mosque





Cork Dawah Centre

The Cork Dawah Centre was in the news in Sept 2013 when FF councillor Ken O'Flynn complained about night-time activity there as being in breach of planning permission.

He was roundly called prejudiced by the left. e.g. See a ridiculous article by Victoria White, 19 Sept 2013, who compares the Cork Muslims to her own immigrant ancestors, and worries about the Halawa family (of the Muslim Brotherhood). She shows no interest in what the Cork Muslims or the Halawa family actually believe. It is the job of the journalist to hide such information.



Cartoonist Allan Cavanagh mocks councillor Ken O'Flynn, 18 Sept 2013.
Imagine smearing these poor honest Cork Muslims by linking them to the brutality of sharia law!
Of course they don't support sharia law! Only a racist would think that, right?
Well, read on.



It is hilarious that the left, the media and O'Flynn all missed the real story, which is what does this centre actually believe in?
Do they believe in sharia law? The answer, of course, is yes.
Above, the Cork Dawah Centre "likes" Peace TV, the channel of preacher Zakir Naik, who says apostates and proselytizers should be executed.
If the Cork Dawah Centre disagrees, and condemns the sharia punishment of apostates, I'd love to hear it. Tell me here.



The Cork Dawah Centre "likes" Nouman Ali Khan, who also says apostates should be executed.



The Cork Dawah Centre "likes" Hamza Andreas Tzortzis, who has called for an Islamic state, and says: "We as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech, and even of freedom."
I could go on, but there is enough evidence there for a sceptical media (if only one existed in Ireland) to grill the Cork Dawah Centre on its "likes" and demand it say whether it agreed with sharia extremism or not.
Conclusion: Allan Cavanagh and Victoria White do not know what they are talking about.



I told Allan Cavanagh about this research that makes his meme look ignorant.
Oddly enough, he did not thank me for making him look a fool.
He responded by blocking me.



Left-wing, anti-Israel academic Gavan Titley takes a different approach.
When presented with evidence that does not fit his world view, he simply ignores it.
No reply at all. Simples!






Liam Egan





Glór Moslamach




Proposed Blanchardstown mosque

  


Warrenstown House (then called "Courtduff"), Corduff townland, N side of Blanchardstown, Co.Dublin.
It is a different building from "Courtduff House" to the S.
From 1887 to 1913 map.
Now the proposed site of a huge new (apparently fundamentalist) mosque.



Courtduff and Courtduff House, Blanchardstown, in Thom's Directory of Dublin county, 1894 (see p.1550).
How much better to have "Mrs. Peakin" at this address rather than an Islamic fundamentalist mosque.
Letting Islamic fundamentalism into Ireland is not progress.


  

Proposed Clongriffin mosque

Ireland's largest mosque is proposed for Clongriffin, Co.Dublin. The Irish media shows no interest in what kind of Islam would be preached there. The signs are this would be a Saudi Wahhabist mosque.





MCI, 23 July 2013, hosts a speaker from the Tayyibun Institute in London.
The speaker was born half-Jewish and became Muslim. Colette Colfer naively quotes the organiser and makes it sound like this is a nice example of tolerance: "The guest speaker is the son of a Jewish woman and a Pakistani man."
But Harry's Place gives the true picture about any speaker from the Tayyibun Institute. They describe the Tayyibun Institute as "an inveterate promoter of extremists ... The Tayyibun Institute promotes a nasty fringe version of Islam which imperils the multiple targets of its hatred."
The Tayyibun Institute is on the Quilliam Foundation list of Islamists under "Wahhabist influenced groups and mosques".
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MCI, June 2013, hosts a seminar from the AlMaghrib Institute.
Harry's Place describes the Al Maghrib Institute as "an extreme Wahhabi group".
The Al Maghrib Institute is on the Quilliam Foundation list of Islamists under "Wahhabist influenced groups and mosques".
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Abdul Haseeb, 29 Aug 2013, likes this deeply sinister post from hate preacher Khalid Yasin (see Harry's Place on this extremist).




Other groups and individuals




Ian O'Doherty does a TV show, "Now It's Personal", 15 Nov 2011, meeting Ireland's Muslim community, and has some interesting encounters.
Here, Adnan Hameed of the Talbot St mosque comes across as pleasant, but then declares that people who blaspheme against his religion should be jailed, or even attacked violently.
"If you drew a cartoon of the prophet Muhammad I'd probably knock you out".
About the cartoonist living under death threat: "They should have put that guy away, not given him bloody 24 hour security. They should have put him away in prison".



Twitter profile (as at Aug 2017) of Khalid Ghafour, imam of Limerick Mosque, Dooradoyle Road, Limerick.
His profile picture is the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood leader Abd al-Fattah Abu Ghudda.




"Beyond Belief"



"Beyond Belief" on Islam, RTE TV, 7 Oct 2013.
On RTE Player here: and clips on YouTube here:





Actual moderates



Ahmadis

  


Irish convert Imam Ibrahim Noonan, of the Ahmadi mosque in Galway, discusses the age of Muhammad's wife Aisha.
First he denies the clear hadith that says she was age 9 when 53 year old Muhammad had sex with her.
But his version is not much better. He says she was around 12 or 13. He apparently says it is ok for a 53 year old man to have sex with a 12 year old girl if she is "mature".
See source for first and second tweet.



Ibrahim Noonan is apparently a 9/11 truther.




Immigration




Opinion polls




Ex-Muslims

At last, there are public (not anonymous) ex-Muslims in Ireland. An important step forward in Irish freedom.
  


Challenge to Muslims in public life in Ireland

If any Muslim in public life in Ireland can answer the following challenge, tell me here.

Challenge to all "moderate" Muslims

Can you openly state that it is wrong for Islamic countries to arrest, or in any way prosecute:
  1. Apostates from Islam.
  2. Atheists.
  3. Critics of Islam.
  4. Blasphemers.
  5. Proselytisers for Christianity and other religions.

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