Islam In Europe Islamic tomfoolery


They are shameless. Utterly. The OIC denies Islamic anti-Semitism while shamelessly exploiting the Holocaust of the Jews. KGS

H/T Kumitonttu

COMMENT from Daled Amos: “I suppose Dahmane does not appreciate the irony that it was the Muslims themselves who imposed distinctive clothing on Jews and other non-Muslims for centuries–and served as the inspiration for the Nazi’s yellow Jewish star.”

“A lay Muslim politician caused a stir this week by suggesting Muslims wear a five-pointed green star to protest against what he called persecution recalling that of wartime Jews forced by the Nazis to wear a yellow Star of David.”

Weighing in on an issue that is tearing apart President Nicolas Sarkozy’s ruling UMP party, the Conference of French Religious Leaders said the discussion about respect for France’s secular system could only spread confusion at a turbulent time.

The UMP plans to hold a public forum on secularism next week that critics decry as veiled Muslim-bashing to win back voters who defected to the far-right National Front at local polls last week and could thwart Sarkozy’s reelection hopes in 2012.

Sarkozy’s allies are split over the populist strategy, with moderates such as Prime Minister Francois Fillon publicly opposing what they see as the UMP’s drift to the far right.

Stressing that faith should foster social harmony, the religous leaders said the debate could “cloud this perspective and incite confusion that can only be prejudicial.”


“This fascist climate evokes the sombre history of the Occupation in France, which sent thousands of Jews by train to the death camps,” he said in a statement on Tuesday.

Richard Prasquier, head of the Jewish umbrella group CRIF, called the green star idea “totally grotesque.”

Abderrahmane Dahmane, who was fired as Sarkozy’s advisor for diversity issues this month after criticising the UMP debate, also criticised Cope for suggesting Muslims should no longer pray in Arabic — the language of the Koran — in their mosques

More here.

19 Responses

  1. well….after typing that…maybe not. It would build their “ooooohhh..poor poor muslim…we are poor little beat upon muslims…so helpless…”

  2. Hmmmm……for Muslims to wear the five pointed star woulsd be raping once again history ,if you look back it has always been the Jewish people who were forced to wear the “sign” .So to start acting as the victim is just a rape of history!

    Possible date of the Pact of Umar which stipulates that Christians (and by implication also Jews) living in Muslim lands are required to wear distinctive clothing. Although most historians question the historicity of the pact, the use of distinguishing marks is consistent with documentary and archaeological evidence from 7th and 8th century Iraq and Syria. The pact itself is thought to be an invention of later jurists seeking justification for certain cultural practices that had developed over time.[3]
    A decree of the Abbassid Caliph Al-Mutawakkil, reported by the 10th century historian Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari, requires Christian and Jewish subjects to wear honey-coloured hoods and belts of a particular type. Distinguishing marks are also prescribed for their slaves.[19]
    Fatimid Caliph Al-Hakim, orders Jewish and Christian residents to wear bells on their garments and a “golden calf” (made of wood) around the neck when bathing with Muslims.[20]
    Start of less tolerant policy towards Christians and Jews by the Seljuk authorities in the Abbasid empire. Existing laws imposing distinctive dress are enforced. Non-Muslims in Baghdad are forced to wear signs on their dress.[21]

    Jews (identifiable by rouelle) being burned at stake. From medieval manuscript.1085
    Non-Muslims are required to wear distinctive signs on their turbans.[21]
    Abbasid Caliph Al-Muqtadi decrees that the “non-believers” had to wear yellow headgear and girdles of various colors, and a sign of lead around their necks to show they had to pay the poll-tax. Women had to wear shoes of different colors, such as one red and the other black.[21]
    A letter from Baghdad describes decrees regulating Jewish clothes: “two yellow badges, one on the headgear and one on the neck. Furthermore, each Jew must hang round his neck a piece of lead with the word dhimmi on it. He also has to wear a belt round his waist. The women have to wear one red and one black shoe and have a small bell on their necks or shoes.” [22]
    Fourth Lateran Council headed by Pope Innocent III declares: “Jews and Saracens of both sexes in every Christian province and at all times shall be marked off in the eyes of the public from other peoples through the character of their dress.” [23]
    Pope Honorius III issues a dispensation to the Jews of Castile.[7] Spanish Jews normally wore turbans in any case, which presumably met the requirement to be distinctive.[24]
    Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton orders English Jews to wear white band, two fingers broad and four long.[7]

    Jewish ring from a Hebrew Passover manuscript, German 15th century1227
    Synod of Narbonne rules: “That Jews may be distinguished from others, we decree and emphatically command that in the center of the breast (of their garments) they shall wear an oval badge, the measure of one finger in width and one half a palm in height.” [25]
    James I orders Jews of Aragon to wear the badge.[7]
    The Siete Partidas, a legal code enacted in Castile by Alfonso X but not implemented until many years later, includes a requirement for Jews to wear distinguishing marks.[26]
    In a special session, the Vienna city council forces Jews to wear Pileum cornutum (a cone-shaped head dress, common in medieval illustrations of Jews); the badge does not seem to have been worn in Austria.[27]
    1269, June 19
    France. (Saint) Louis IX of France orders all Jews found in public without a badge (French: rouelle or roue, Latin: rota) to be fined ten livres of silver.[28] The enforcement of wearing the badge is repeated by local councils, with varying degrees of fines, at Arles 1234 and 1260, Béziers 1246, Albi 1254, Nîmes 1284 and 1365, Avignon 1326 and 1337, Rodez 1336, and Vanves 1368.[7]
    The Statute of Jewry in England, enacted by King Edward I, enforces the regulations. “Each Jew, after he is seven years old, shall wear a distinguishing mark on his outer garment, that is to say, in the form of two Tables joined, of yellow felt of the length of six inches and of the breadth of three inches.” [29]

    16th century watercolour of a Jew from Worms, Germany. The rota or Jewish ring on the cloak, moneybag, and garlic bulb are symbols of antisemitic ethnic stereotypes.1294, October 16
    Erfurt. The earliest mention of the badge in Germany.[7]
    Emir Ismael Abu-I-Walid forces the Jews of Granada to wear the yellow badge.[7]
    Henry II of Castile forces the Jews to wear the yellow badge.[7]
    1415, May 11
    Bull of the Avignon Pope Benedict XIII orders the Jews to wear a yellow and red badge, the men on their breast, the women on their forehead.[7]
    Emperor Sigismund reintroduces the badge at Augsburg.[7]
    The Council of Ten of Venice allows the newly-arrived famous physician and professor Jacob Mantino ben Samuel to wear the regular black doctors’ cap instead of Jewish yellow hat for several months (subsequently made permanent), upon the recommendation of the French and English ambassadors, the papal legate, and other dignitaries numbered among his patients.[30]
    Pope Paul IV decrees, in his Cum nimis absurdum, that the Jews should wear yellow hats.

  3. No need to wear a star just go back to your home countries and practice your barbaric fake religion where you came from and leave the rest of the world alone. We don’t care if you fools want to run around killing each other just don’t do it in our house – keep it in your own.

  4. If a Muslimah is outfitted in a black garbage bag, wouldn’t the star be redundant? Same goes for beards dyed with hennah, or that raisin the size of a doorknob on their foreheads. Might I suggest they all wear a talisman to ward off the evil eye? Serves the purpose with the added benefit of protection from the black arts. Win win for everyone.

  5. Highly suggest that all interested parties see the youtube video of the spat between a pig farmer in Texas and his new Muslim neighbor. Since the Muslim intends to build a mosque next door, he assumes it is ok to ask the pig farmer to move ! I think this is the arrogance of someone assuming ‘moral superiority’.

    1. It’s just the typical political outreach of Islam. It doesn’t matter what your position is – just move aside because we are moving in.

      Difficult to see this problem being solved peacefully unless the tin pot politicians running this community forcibly move Mr Piggy out.

  6. Islam is a curse, it is the essence of pure hatred towards all humanity, it incites madness, it’s the face of Satan on earth, it’s incredibly cruel, dangerously violent, full of murderous intent, completely insidious; its brother is death. There is no hope for humanity in Islam.

  7. I’m tired of Muslims trying, (and hopefully failing) to equate themselves to the Jews of mid-twentieth century Europe in the Holocaust. If my history serves me right, Jews of that time didn’t try to force their religion/culture on the general population, with the aim of converting and/or dominating the host country. Nor did they commit horrific acts of terrorism, in spite of the fact they were and had been stigmatised and maltreated for centuries before. Their reaction to this historic victimisation was the Zionist movement, i.e. many wanted to get away, especially from Eastern Europe, to their own land, and not choose to stay and be a royal pain in the neck, as per our Muslim minority these days.

    As a rule they were certainly integrated, if not totally assimilated, into mainstream society in Europe, living and working as productive citizens who benefitted society, science, the arts and the economy, rather than forming a parasitic, unemployable underclass, (like you know who). If they did live separately it was due to the state laws of the country where they lived stipulating this, not self-imposed segregation as practised by our Muslim immigrants now. In countries such as Germany many had left their religion of their own volition to either become secular or Christian converts, without death threats, and had truly assimilated.

    Despite all the foregoing points they were still not accepted and ultimately exterminated or driven away. So all in all Muslims really cannot honestly equate themselves to the Jew of the Holocaust, if anything their current behaviour is likely to make them richly deserving of a pogrom against them by the general, and by and large, fed up public of Europe. Thank you for reading!

  8. I’d like to see them wearing a pitbull around the throat.

    1. You better believe it, posts/comments calling for the death of people in general will earn me a quick ticket to the prosecutors office. I am in the end, responsible for the content. Stay within the bounds of hard hitting banter, but don’t stray into areas where killing people (outside of jihadis, they’re always open for a bullet), any people is even an option. Finnish laws governing speech are different than in the US etc..

  9. O.K., understood. Apologies, I did not realise you were vulnerable. Won’t happen again.

    1. Thanks Seneca III, your understanding is greatly appreciated, and you’re always welcome to comment! Please do often.

  10. Why is possible for muslims to perpertrate such acts of violence against the jewish community of france, ramming cars into synagogues, trying to blow up busses with jewish children inside. beating up jewish teenagers. It’s about time again this situation is reversed, it’s about time that those scum are taught a lesson that they never will forget, not only should they receive a bloody nose into the bargain, but will be crippled for life, it’s about time that whenever a muslim raises his hand against any jew he will be gunned down like you shoot a rabid dog.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.