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Islam to Become Ireland’s 2nd Largest Religion

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This is what happens when your birth rate craters, your secularism rate spikes and you open the doors to Muslim immigrants because your government has decided that immigration is the key to economic growth.

Ireland’s birth rate has been cut in half since 1970 and is only slightly higher than Sweden. And a good deal lower than that of the Pakistani immigrants it’s importing.

In 2001, there were less than 2000 Muslims in Ireland. Now there are nearly 50,000. By 2020, there will be an estimated 100,000. By 2043, Islam will be Ireland’s second largest religion.

This is the horrifying power of demographics. A few people in the door with a large birth rate become an occupying army in a short matter of time.

Population statistics compiled by the Central Statistics Office confirmed that Islam is now Ireland’s fastest-growing religion and, at its current rate of expansion, it is set to become the second religion in the State after Catholicism by 2043.

The latest Census figures also revealed that 84pc of the Irish population describe themselves as Catholic, down from 91.6pc in the 1991 census.

The second fastest growing religion in Ireland is Orthodox Christianity, where numbers have doubled in the space of five years, rising to 45,223 in 2011. This is almost entirely down to immigration from the former Soviet bloc states where Orthodox Christianity is dominant.

The Protestant religions accounted for some 5pc of the population, dramatically down on figures from 1900-1920.

The number of Irish people with no religion, atheists and agnostics, increased by 400pc in Ireland between 1991 and 2011 to a total of 277,237.

There’s nothing unusual here. Ireland is going the way of the rest of Europe and the rest of the First World. Ireland already has its own Muslim knockout games. And Islamic terrorists are setting up shop there.

Britain’s MI-5 (domestic intelligence service) has expanded its operations in the neighboring Irish Republic, after increased al Qaeda, and Islamic radical, activity was detected. Three Afghan men were recently arrested, in a room full of bomb making materials. There are dozens of similar suspects under surveillance. For the last three decades, Ireland and Britain have cooperated on domestic security issues, initially because of a mutual need to keep an eye on the IRA (Irish Republican Army) terrorists. The IRA has devolved into a criminal gang, but al Qaeda, and other Islamic radical groups have found Ireland a convenient place to hide out and plan their next atrocity.

And Muslim settlers in Ireland are behaving the way you expect them to.

Members of the ICCI mosque celebrated the kidnapping of Irish aid worker Margaret Hassan. Children at a school linked to the same mosque mourned the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the leader of Al Qa’ida in Iraq;

Irish media has reported that Dr. Ali Selim, a leader in the Irish Muslim Brotherhood, has made comments praising the concept of “martyrdom.”

The Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland (ICCI) is an important part of the European Muslim Brotherhood serving as host for the European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR), the theological body headed by global Muslim Brotherhood leader Youssef Qaradawi. The ICCI is also the registered headquarters for Qaradawi’s International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS). Noah Al-Kaddo, the ICCI Executive Director, is also an officer of the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe (FIOE), the European umbrella organization for the Muslim Brotherhood and the parent organization of the ECFR. Ali Selim is the private secretary to ICCI Imam Hussein Halawa and is described as a “resident theologian.”

Mr. Selim attracted a great deal of local media attention in September 2006 when he told a newspaper interviewer that, ideally, he would like to see Shariah law adopted in Ireland in the “event of a Muslim majority.”

Apparently that time may not be that far away if Muslim settlers are allowed to continue migrating to Ireland.

#Syria: Documenting Decapitation

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It’s not easy to look away from them. The snapshots are so clear and professional that they rise to the level of beauty, but in the worst of its manifestations.

The features are clear. They don’t resemble features taken by a shivering hand or by a cheap technology.

This time, HD technology was used to take photos of a slaughter operation carried out by extremist Islamist factions. Time Magazine published the photos after a Western professional photographer managed to take them in Syria.

The muffled scream and bulging veins of the bound young man who lied on the floor as they held his head to sink the knife into his neck resembled festivities of ancient eras. There was blood on the perpetrators’ shoes and pants that a few hours earlier had looked fresh and clean.

The atrocity is documented using the most professional photography techniques.

A few hours before Time Magazine published these photos, French magazine Paris Match published similar photos.

It seems that the poor-quality photos of slaughter which were leaked to us through YouTube and whose quality decreased the impact of their violence have become the core of professional journalism work. It seems that no one hesitates to publish them anymore.

Eleven years ago, the world was startled by the footage of the slaughter of American journalist Daniel Pearl by Al-Qaeda members in Pakistan. Back then, the photos were low quality. They were dark. But they were enough to terrorize anyone who saw them. Everyone avoided publishing them and distributing them, but they were leaked via the internet. The West was in shock.

Al-Qaeda found the game of slaughtering in front the camera pleasant. Taking photos was no longer a religious prohibition, as some extremists claimed. There was a torrent of photos of beheadings from Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya. I will never forget the photos wthe Taliban distributed showing a teenager forced to behead someone condemned by the group as a spy.

Al-Qaeda’s most violent terrorist, Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, was the star of photographed slaughtering operations. This led to pattern of stereotyping Muslims as the Western public opinion eyed almost all Muslims as a bunch of decapitators. The act of beheading in the name of Islam reached the streets of London a few months ago, and it was also documented by photos.

This atrocity was committed between Afghanistan and Iraq. It became a “thing” in Syria less than two years ago. Each slaughtering operation turned the public blind from seeing the thousands of regime victims. The brutality of photographed slaughter exceeded that of murder by explosives or chemicals.

The paradox today is that Western media, which used to avoid publishing these photos and criticized those who did, no longer evades them. Here, it is documenting them and publishing them during the peak of the global controversy over a proposed military strike against Bashar Al-Assad’s regime. Paris Match published the photos of the decapitation to tell the Western public that this is what awaits us if we intervene in Syria.

Two Great Fissures in the Global Jihad

By James Lewis

The Muslim world is always ready to fragment, following the traditional Bedouin saying, “I against my brother, my brothers and I against my cousins, then my cousins and I against strangers“. This is the war logic of the desert, and it appears everywhere in Muslim history. In Libya, NATO and the United States foolishly knocked over Gadaffi’s tribal federation that ruled that country for decades, so that Libya today is back to civil war between tribes, families, terrorist gangs, and brothers. Most Muslim nations still preserve the primacy of brothers and cousins, because in case of trouble — and there is always trouble — brothers and cousins keep people alive.

When Obama pushed Hosni Mubarak out of power in Egypt in 2011 and promoted the Muslim Brotherhood instead, he imagined that there would be an “organic revolution,” whatever that means. For Obama, who as an ideologue is always surprised by reality, “organic” means something like “authentic.” Obama supports Muslims, as he has clearly said, because they are more “authentic” than the Egyptian Army, the basis for the 30-year Egypt-Israeli peace treaty. Mentally fixated leftists cannot imagine that the army can be an authentic institution. But General Anwar Sadat was the hero of the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty, and was assassinated for it. General Hosni Mubarak kept the treaty going for three decades. General Al Sisi in Egypt today stands for modernism against the throwbacks of the Muslim Brotherhood, the ones Obama is still in love with.

In fact, in the Muslim world, armies have been the biggest modernizing force in Turkey, Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan, and Syria. A rational policy for the Muslim world would therefore strengthen armies, educate them, encourage modern thinking in science and technology, and turn them into centers for genuine progress, including political progress.

This is not so unusual. General de Gaulle in France stabilized the mad gyrations of French civilian governments in the 1960s. Chile’s much-abused General Pinochet, for all his sins, also instituted the most successful free-market reforms in Latin America, turning Chile into a model of economic progress that Obama would do well to emulate. South Korea has a similar history, as do the Phillipines, Spain, and Indonesia. Armies encourage national identity, not local, family, tribal, and religious sectarianism.

Obama’s ignorance and neglect of these elementary points have now caused the Muslim world to fissure along the oldest and most destructive lines: Religion, ethnic identity, tribalism, theological heresies.

The biggest split is between Sunnis and Shi’ites, people whose deadly warfare goes back 13 centuries.

The second emerging split is between theocracy and modernism.

For example, Syria and Iraq are breaking down along religious lines.

Analyst Clare Lopez writes:

“News reports out of Syria are airing graphic footage of extensive interior damage to the historic Khalid Ibn Al-Walid Mosque in Homs. Syrian government troops, backed by Hizballah fighters, captured the mosque from Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces on July 27, 2013 … the mosque assault … was intended to incite intra-Islamic sectarian rage from the Sunni rebels.

(This) is reminiscent of the February 22, 2006 bombing of the great golden-domed Shi’ite Askaria Mosque in Samarra, Iraq, by al-Qa’eda elements, under the command of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. That carefully-calculated outrage is credited with igniting a savage multi-year civil war in Iraq, which, tragically, appears to be breaking out anew…”

Iran is the most militant Shi’ite power in centuries. Sunni nations like Saudi Arabia and Egypt are seeing their American defense umbrella crumbling, so that they are preparing to face, not tiny Israel, but the fast-growing threat of the Shi’ite Crescent.

In Turkey, the cautiously reactionary regime of Erdogan is promoting something called “neo-Ottomanism,” a word that sends shivers up the backs of Balkan and Mediterranean nations that remember the sadistic and murderous reign of the Ottoman Turks.

The great divisions are between religious sects that have hated each other for 13 centuries. Liberals can’t imagine that, because they think religion is dead. But Europe’s political parties are still split by ancient religious differences going back to the Reformation. Just because liberal atheists cannot imagine religious war, religious warriors can still imagine atheists. Atheists deserve death by Shari’ah law, while Christians and Jews only deserve misery and oppression.

Equally important is the deep Muslim split between modernists and medieval reactionaries. Westerners may not see that, because modernist Muslims everywhere feel intimidated. They can be killed for expressing their beliefs. But think back to the Green Revolution in Iran which Obama ignored several years ago, and you may remember bare-armed young people on the streets of Iran, heroically demonstrating against the cruel and barbaric regime. Their bare arms in the heat of Tehran symbolized their rejection of the throwback regime of Khomeiniism.

In Egypt, Obama backed the reactionary Muslim Brotherhood, only to trigger a rebellion of modernist forces. Television presenters in Cairo burst into tears and angry rants when Morsi was overthrown. Their well-being and modern lifestyles depend upon knocking down the Muslim Brotherhood that Obama admires so much. They are right; they have seen the worst of Islamic reactionaries, and they do not want them.

Modernism comes up for every Muslim who can turn on the television or surf the web. It is spreading because science and technology are spreading, and secretly, it is undermining the Dark Ages of the Muslim priesthood. People named Mohammed are being indoctrinated in ancient madrassahs against the modern world, but they are also beginning to do first-rate science, and those two belief systems are not compatible. The modern world is now invading even the most medieval minds

Because of the suicidal stupidity of Western liberals, reactionary Muslims who oppress and kill women have been raised to power in Europe, America, and the Middle East. This is ignorant and suicidal, and ordinary people are finally beginning to understand the malignant perversity of their corrupt political elites.