Sugar Feast under the sign of Islamization: Mass prayers in German inner cities

How far the “Islamic expansion” has gone in Central Europe, above all in Germany as the former heartland of the Christian West – to study this, certain events in the annual calendar offer most favourable occasions; currently it is for instance the just started three-day Sugar Feast, which was launched yesterday after the end of Ramadan. Many streets and places were in the rule of Muslims.

Particularly in several cities of North Rhine-Westphalia praying Muslims highlighted the fact that they claim the just again ” Corona relaxed” public space exclusively for their own religious practice – and without further ado they converted city centres, meadows and even parking lots of supermarkets into prayer areas. Strikingly, only men were always to be seen, strictly traditionally the women did not pray in public. And above all: it is the younger ones who present themselves here in strict faith – and not the older Muslims who have been living here for a longer time; a disturbing development, especially among Turks born here, but also among the young Arab refugees, which is connected with the worldwide strengthening of political Islam.

In the net, self-confident believers with defiant declarations proudly posted pictures of the traditional prayers at the end of the month of fasting, such as this picture from Detmold:

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The related comments below the various Facebook and YouTube impressions leave no doubt as to how most Muslims in this country interpret these (for locals looking spooky) images: Not as an expression of a practised “German” or “moderate” Islam on the basis of the Basic Law, full of gratitude for the liberties granted to them – but as a gesture of triumph.

And such images are shared worldwide – and especially in the Islamic hemisphere between West Africa and the Hindu Kush they do not miss their fatal effect: There the message is understood as it is actually meant beyond the confessions of Muslim associations, foreigners’ and “integration councils”: Look here, the land of the infidels is as good as subjugated. So that even more may set out on the way to the promised land. But yesterday’s impressions also said a lot about the bitter reality of the much-vaunted ” coexistence”: Once again, the Umma demonstrated on German soil that it does not claim to “belong to Germany” – but at best that Germany should belong to Islam as soon as possible. This is the direction in which it is going, applauded, encouraged and promoted by naive idiots, idealistic dreamers and multiculturalists, whose contempt for Christian traditions and values has blinded them to the even more conservative religiousness of most Muslims especially in Europe and their ambivalence towards Western ways of life. The continuing boom that Islam is receiving was not only reflected in calls to prayer during the Corona crisis and in the de facto special treatment of Muslim believers who violated contact restrictions during the shutdown; the real Islamization that exists is progressing and is being driven forward year after year more blatantly by zealous, servile promoters of Islamization in politics and society, who with open arms and closed eyes approve of everything and welcome everyone. So much filled with the fear of being “Islamophobic” or even “racist”, everything is done out of fundamentally misunderstood tolerance so that the previous minority milieus of many parallel societies gradually become a majority society.And for them Germany is not home, but a mission territory and a territory to be conquered.

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