Paths to Peace

You know you’re at a world peace meeting when you’re sitting next to a sheikh who advocates death for apostasy — after all, what could be more peaceful than a dead apostate?

Just ask Angela Merkel.

The following report by Egri Nök was filed at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form.

—Marco Impagliazzo, Angela Merkel and Sheikh Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, Sept. 10, 2017. Photo: dpa

Paths to Peace

by Egri Nök

Angela Merkel opening a ‘World Peace Meeting’ in Münster, Germany, on September 10. The gentleman to her left is Sheikh of Al-Azhar Ahmad Al-Tayyeb.

Ahmad Al-Tayyeb explained on TV last year that the punishment for leaving Islam is death, and quite rightfully so:

According to Wikipedia, “He is considered to be one of the most moderate Sunni clerics in Egypt.”

The Wikipedia entry on Mr. Al Tayyeb, or alternative spelling El Tayeb, is quite worth reading.

An original translation of the dpa (Deutsche Presseagentur, German Press Agency) release on the event:

Münster (dpa/lnw) — The international World Peace Meeting is starting today in Münster, Westphalia, with prominent guests. Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), the president of the republic of Niger, Mahamadou Issoufou, and the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, will be speaking at the festive opening

The three-day event in the Cathedral cities Münster and Osnabrück intends to promote peace in the world. Its motto is “Paths to Peace”. Leading church and religious representatives and around 5,000 participants from all over the world are expected.

The international World Peace Meeting is organized by the Catholic community Sant’ Egidio, based in Rome. It takes place at a different location each year. For the first one, Pope John II asked religious leaders from all over the world to a World Peace Meeting in Assisi, Italy, in 1986.

17 thoughts on “Paths to Peace

  1. This phony ” World Peace Meeting ” would be farcical if it was not so tragic. How not to despair to see dumb Merkel and other Western politicians sitting next to this Al Tayeb. All people a little bit aware of the true nature of islam know the head of Al Azhar is a true Islamist, that he practices the art ofTakiya to deceive non-muslims and is, under his veneer of ” moderate”, one of the most dangerous ennemies of our Civilisation.

    • This is too much. I see Merkel sitting next to that ass… and recall all the election posters u can see around the country praising Merkel. U can think only one thing: treason. Merkel and the like are selling their people out. Merkel is just disgusting…

  2. Hi Mr Baron,

    Life lesson learnt from this incident is to mingle with people who share the same values as you.

    I am sure that if nations that have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from religion and other human rights form a bloc called Protect human rights and start trading with each other, their economies will do fine. These nations can find alternatives to crude oil, natural gas, fossil fuels.

    Do you agree with me?
    Other readers please include your feedback.

    Thank You.

    • I do! But “they” are at our throat literally. The trading route between the East coast of the American continent, Europe, and Asia goes through the Mediterranean and the Read Sea.
      They are bottlenecks, with exclusive neighbors like: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Turkey, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman.

    • Yes there already are alternatives to fossil fuels. The question is how much are you willing to pay for them?

  3. Tayyeb is probably considered moderate because he says at the beginning of the interview that an apostate who leaves Islam quietly and has no wish to harm it ought not to be persecuted. But then he later seems to back track and say that whoever leaves Islam does harm to the community and therefore qualifies for the death sentence.

    His calm demeanor and the confidence of his beliefs is what we should expect from Christian leaders instead of their nervous apprehension about affronting anyone. But, in their defense, they stand on quicksand.

    Tayyeb is absolutely correct in his assessment of Western culture – freedom of choice and a few moral values (diminishing day by day.) The West is now a secular quagmire because as G K Chesterton said, ”When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything.”

    Issoufou is a Hausa Muslim with two wives and currently sheltering one of Gadaffi’s sons as a ‘refugee.’ Did they pluck these two out of the rabbit’s hat, or what?

  4. Thanks for that video, which gave an interesting insight into the Muslim perspective. Apostasy as rebellion against community values, that is a neat take.
    To think that Youtube is OK with this quasi-official sanctioning of murder.

  5. To me, the picture clearly shows that Mrs. Merkel is consistent: showing that Islam indeed belongs to Germany.

    To what extent she knows the background of the said cleric revealed herein remains to be the million dollar question. If she does then she betrays her own “principles and values” and is just a traitor. If she does not, she is an incompetent politician and should resign.

    There is perhaps a “middle way” in my dichotomous reasoning above: she kind of knows but out of fear she cannot act differently because the train left the station long years ago and there is no return now. I suspect that the inevitability of this slippery slope is guiding her actions.

    But lest I digress – one of the pictures worth a thousand words …

  6. When I look at those three people on the fotograph I am thinking:
    ‘Who is fooling who? ‘

    An interesting combination:

    The Italian casanova,
    A Sheikh, (of the old world), (dressed in a dress…) .
    A German woman dressed in the EU-blue uniform. Germans are
    obsesed by uniforms.

    Is it true, ‘East is East.. And West is West. and never the twain shall meet !

  7. As always in Muslim company, Merkel looks very happy, unlike her grimaces of disgust for German and European patriots.

    • Yes, because she has internalized her dhimmitude, or even worse has become a secret convert.

  8. Read some stuff around about Marco Impagliazzo. Full sail for white genocide. Everything he does is conductive to that. Impagliazzo in Italian means strawman.

  9. Islam gives no leeway to “support” or not to “support” the penalty for leaving Islam, apostasy. The devout observant Sheikh has no option. The penalty, death, is not up for a show of hands: it is specified in the law manuals, and comes straight from the horse’s mouth. Any passer by can perform it, vigilante-style: it is penalty-free “since it is killing someone who deserves to die”.

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