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Drain meets Sweden swirling.

A perfect storm has many negative contributing factors. For Sweden, it’s first mistake was to allow massive Muslim immigration, the second mistake was to allow mosque building, the third was to allow a minaret construction……..

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Police allow prayer calls at Stockholm mosque

Published: 11 Apr 13 17:28

A mosque in the south of Stockholm was given the all-clear by Swedish police on Thursday to make prayer calls from its minaret, the first time such permission has ever been granted in the country.

The Stockholm police removed the final hinder to prayer calls, ruling that the call to prayer would be allowed for between three to five minutes on Fridays between midday and 1pm. Local councillors had already approved the move in principle.

“I’m happy, very happy,” Ismail Okur, chair of the Botkyrka Islamic Association (Islamiska föreningen i Botkyrka), told Sveriges Radio (SR).

“It means a great deal for our association and above all for our religion, and for the prayer,” he added.

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4 Responses

  1. I read a very interesting book recently. It was referred to as one of the reasons Abraham Lincoln used to convince him to abolish slavery in the USA. It was written in 1817 by a man who was a slave to the muslim Barbars. In the book, it was written that the Dhimmis (those who submit but don’t convert) had to get off their mules or whatever and walk barefoot past the mosque.

    Look up Captain James Riley and weep for the unborn

  2. I hope those who made this decision are forced to live next to the minaret.

  3. I live on the other side of the country and i’m still incredibly pissed about the decisions made here.
    I support peoples choices in religion as long it doesn’t affect my own and others daily life, Allowing to build and later use a minaret will affect everybody around it not just followers of that particular religion.

    So no, I do not approve a prayer call to bee allowed as standar practice.
    Though to be fair I didn’t really appreciate church bells when I lived close enough to hear them.

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