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Islam - Islam in the West - Ireland


  The Clonskeagh mosque

The Blanchardstown mosque

The Clongriffin mosque

Cork Dawah Centre

Liam Egan

Glór Moslamach

Other groups and individuals

"Beyond Belief"

Actual moderates

Immigration

Violent extremists

Opinion polls

Islamic terror attacks on Irish people

Sharia law in Ireland

Islam in the UK

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Islam in Ireland

As I say on the Islam in the West page, most Muslim immigrants come to the West precisely because they support its freedoms and want to escape failed states ruled by clerics and Islamic dictators. We have a duty to let these freedom-loving Muslims in.

Western Muslims are the most liberal, tolerant, pro-democracy Muslims in the 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 all much to be celebrated. However, there is a substantial minority (10-20 percent) of 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 already seen this minority attack England, Spain, France, Holland, Sweden and almost every European country. They have plotted against Ireland. It is probably only a matter of time before they successfully attack Ireland, too. As in the UK, there is a lack of moderate Muslims in Ireland brave enough to stand up to the Islamists. As in the UK, most of the running is being made by infidels.





The Clonskeagh mosque




The Blanchardstown mosque




Umar Al-Qadri of the Blanchardstown mosque attacks Israel at a protest in Dublin in Jan 2009.
He has a fanatical hatred of Israel.
He calls Hamas "my brothers and sisters". He says "Hamas loves peace." But of course reluctantly has to be fanatically violent.




The Clongriffin mosque

Ireland’s largest mosque is planned for Clongriffin, Co.Dublin. The Irish media has shown zero interest in what kind of Islam will be preached there.

The signs are bad - that this will be a Saudi Wahhabist mosque.





MCI, 23 July 2013, hosts a speaker from the Tayyibun Institute in London.
Harry's Place describes 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).




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.



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



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".




"Beyond Belief"



"Beyond Belief" on Islam, RTE TV, 7 Oct 2013. A fascinating show.




Actual moderates



Immigration



Violent extremists




Conference promoting Hamas and other violent Islamists, held in Dublin, Apr 2009.
See Irish Times report.



The Facebook group "Islam, fastest growing religion in ireland" promotes the Al Qaeda terrorist leader Anwar al-Awlaki, Oct 2012.
"May Allah Accept his martyrdom".
"Ameen ya rab" means "Amen, oh Lord".




Khalid Kelly




Some poor guy finds himself on an airplane with Khalid Kelly.
From HolyWars.



Khalid Kelly, 23 Sept 2012, calls for the killing of the maker of the film Innocence of Muslims.




Liwaa al-Umma




"Roundabout dog" Irish Islamic terror plot, 2010




Islamic terror attacks on Irish people




Opinion polls




Irish Muslim cleric Moulana Ghulam Ahmed Rabbani of the Irish Sufi Foundation in a protest at Google headquarters, Dublin, Sept 2012.
A protest against Islamic terror videos on YouTube? No, of course not. A protest against the film Innocence of Muslims.
This nutcase declares that the maker of the film "terrorised the world" by criticising Muhammad.
He says the film maker "should be arrested".
He never condemns the Islamic violence in response to the film.
He issues the sinister declaration that: "We will struggle till the last drop of our blood."



The black flag of jihad is raised in Dublin, Sept 2012, in a protest over the film Innocence of Muslims.
From RTE. See screenshot.
More video here.





Sharia law in Ireland





Open challenge to all Muslims in public life in Ireland

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.
If any Muslim in public life in Ireland declares this, tell me here.


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