Islam Mexico

MEXICAN STATE CHIAPAS IN DANGER OF BEING ATTRACTED TO ISLAM…….

Imam Salvador Lopez Lopez:
So this is where the end of capitalism lies
Lets hope the tiny surge of Islam in his neighborhood is turned around by Christian missionaries telling the rest what an imperialist Mohamed and his marauding mob were and still are. If the Mayan Tzotzil tribes think that their ancestors had problems with the Spanish, wait until the horde from Mecca and Tehran start to set up shop in their backyard.
“The social component in Chiapaneco Islam did present itself in its early days though, when the Muslims under Nafia offered to support the Zapatista rebels of Subcomandante Marcos. Many Zapatista rebels, who fight for indigenous rights and land reform, are Tzotzils. A number of them did convert, even though Marcos was hesitant at first. The Mexican government was alarmed and started monitoring the presence of Islam. Former president Vicente Fox even accused them of having links with Al-Qaeda, although solid proof was never presented.”
Sure there’s a link between the Islam in Mexico and al-Qaida, it’s called the Koran. KGS
More and more Mayan and Tzotzil people in the Mexican state Chiapas are becoming Muslims. It’s fifteen years since the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas and the region has undergone some profound changes. One of them is the emergence of Islam as a new religion in the state. The Muslim community, dominated by converted Mayans and Tzotzils , is slowly gaining ground.

Molino de los Arcos is one of the poorest neighbourhoods of San Cristóbal de las Casas, the second largest city in Chiapas and popular with tourists for its colonial beauty. The barrio is ethnically almost entirely indigenous, with Tzotzil Mayan as the dominant language. On Fridays, though, you can hear the slow, monotonous Arab chants of Muslim prayer. In a wooden shack, painted with Arab religious phrases, some twenty Tzotzil Muslim families have established a small place of worship.

H/T VLAD
Via ROP

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