1. Why are Eastern Europeans hostile to Islam? Look at history
What accounts for this staunchly anti-Islamic response? The answer rests in history. Unlike most Western European nations, which, thanks to their geographical proximity, have for centuries been out of the reach of – and thus have forgotten all about – Islam, Eastern Europeans are intimately acquainted with it.
2. Spain: New Gateway to Europe for Mass-Migration
In the book Europe All Inclusive by former Czech President Václav Klaus, co-authored by the Arabic-speaking economist Jiří Weigl, the authors sum up the role that the Left plays in the migrant crisis:
“Europe, and especially its ‘integrated’ part, is riddled with hypocrisy, pseudo-humanism and other dubious concepts. The most dangerous of them are the currently fashionable, and ultimately suicidal, ideologies of multiculturalism and humanrightism. Such ideologies push millions of people towards resignation when it comes to concepts like home, motherland, nation and state. These ideologies promote the notion that migration is a human right, and that the right to migrate leads to further rights and entitlements including social welfare hand-outs for migrants… Europe is weakened by the leftist utopia of trying to transform a continent that was once proud of its past into an inefficient solidaristic state, turning its inhabitants from citizens into dependent clients.”
Turkish MP Alparslan Kavaklıoğlu, a member of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), and the head of the parliament’s Security and Intelligence Commission, stated:
“… Europe is going through a time that is out of the ordinary. Its population is declining and aging… So, people coming from outside get the jobs there. But Europe has this problem. All of the newcomers are Muslim. From Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey. Those who come from these places are Muslim. It is now at such a level that the most popular name in Brussels, Belgium is Mohammed… [If this trend continues], the Muslim population will outnumber the Christian population in Europe… Europe will be Muslim. We will be effective there, Allah willing. I am sure of that.
The act of migration has a strong basis in the Qu’ran. For example, Verse 9:20 states:
“The ones who have believed, emigrated and striven in the cause of Allah with their wealth and their lives are greater in rank in the sight of Allah. And it is those who are the attainers [of success].”
Verse 22:58 states:
“And those who emigrated for the cause of Allah and then were killed or died – Allah will surely provide for them a good provision. And indeed, it is Allah who is the best of providers.”
3. Yazidi Slavery, Child Trafficking, Death Threats to Journalists: Should Turkey Remain in NATO?
Addressing the US House of Representative Foreign Affairs Committee, on December 9, 2015, Misra Ismail, founder and chairman of the Yazidi Human Rights Organization-International said, in part:
“We Yazidis are desperate for your immediate help and support. During our six-thousand-year history, Yazidis have faced 74 genocides in the Middle East, including the ongoing genocide. Why? Simply because we are not Muslim.. We are ancient and proud people from the heart of Mesopotamia, the birth place of civilization and the birth place of many of the world’s religions. And here we are today, in 2015, on the verge of annihilation. In response to our suffering around the world there is profound and obscene silence. We Yazidis are considered Infidels in the eyes of Muslims and so they are encouraged to kill, rape, enslave, and convert us.”
This is not the first time that the sale of Yazidis in Turkey was reported in the media. In 2015 in the German public television station ARD produced footage documenting the slave trade being conducted by ISIS through a liaison office in the province of Gaziantep in southeast Turkey, near the Syrian Border.
Three years after this impassionate plea, Yazidis are still being enslaved and sold by ISIS, with Turkish involvement, while the life of the journalist who exposed the crime is threatened.