The OIC’s Long-Term Plan for the Conquest of Europe

Jean-Frédéric Poisson is a former member of the French National Assembly and president of the Christian Democrat party. He has recently written a book entitled L’Islam à la conquête de l’Occident: La stratégie dévoilée (“Islam on the conquest of the West: A veiled strategy”).

In the following video from Sud Radio, Mr. Poisson discusses a paper published in 2000 by ISESCO (Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) called “The Strategy for Islamic Cultural Action outside the Islamic World”.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   So there are two events. I’m going to start with the closer one.
00:04   Beginning in 1983 the OIC, Organization of Islamic Cooperation,
00:08   is asking for its
00:12   own UNESCO that is called ISESCO — which has
00:16   its headquarters in Rabat, in Morocco — in order to elaborate a strategy
00:20   of comforting Muslim communities living in the West,
00:24   and which, in fact, when you read its text, is a conquest document.
00:28   The name of this document is Strategy of Islamic Cultural Action
00:32   Outside of the Islamic World. It’s an official document.
00:36   It’s for Muslims established in the West.
00:40   So the Muslim countries in the world, the 57 Muslim states,
00:44   adopted a document, which is a document that aims, first: to comfort
00:48   Islamic Westerners, and second: to establish a communitarism [Muslim diaspora]
00:52   in a definitive way in Europe — since the West is in fact mostly Europe — and third:
00:56   [to introduce] a logic of separation [from the infidels] and domination by the shariah.
01:00   In this document, which is a strategy, a very concrete action plan,
01:04   there are two expressions that hit me. The first one is the will to install, I quote:
01:09   “a substitute civilization,” end quote. —And it’s written like this?
01:13   This is how it’s written in this strategic document: “substitute civilization”,
01:17   in the document, which aims to substitute
01:21   Islam for Western Civilization and for our Western way of life.
01:25   And then — since I brought this document with me, I don’t want to make a mistake — I’m reading:
01:29   page 105 of the document is about, I quote:
01:33   “to prepare tools which would serve to build a pure and healthy Islamic society
01:37   in harmony with its nature and in conformity with natural human instinct, on the one hand;
01:41   on the foundations of the European democracy, on the other hand.” So the intention is very clear.
01:45   It’s not only about inspiring Muslim communities [by Islam and its culture] and encouraging them
01:49   to keep drawing from their faith and their culture — which would be perfectly legitimate —
01:53   it aims to establish an Islamic society in the West.

8 thoughts on “The OIC’s Long-Term Plan for the Conquest of Europe

  1. It’s really nice to hear this gentlemen’s discovery of goals of Islam from 1983, but they exist much longer, from sometimes in 7th century A.D and one can read all about them in this “wonderful” book called Quran. The goals didn’t really changed since then and neither did the Islam. Despite my sarcasm, I do think it’s absolutely necessary to talk about those goals, for whatever time we are allowed to. And for that I thank him. Recently I had quite , let say vigorous debate on Islam with an scholar, learned man who tried to convince me that I’m looking at Islam badly because of Ottoman behavior during conquest and occupation of Balkan Peninsula, and that I’m not seeing all the positive things about Islam because my judgement is clouded by that knowledge. So I simply asked him: In which exactly manner did Islam came to let’s say to today’s Afghanistan ,how to on Iberian Peninsula and how nation of Pakistan was formed? He went quiet and he proposed his ideas on me no more. Unfortunately reasonable and argumented debate on political ideology called Islam is harder and harder with each passing day, and for that I also want to thank somebody- our own Western Quislings, pardon me, Leaders

  2. Here is how Oxford Islamic Studies Online describes ISESCO:

    “Institution within the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) designed to strengthen cooperation among member states in educational, scientific, and cultural research, make Islamic culture the focal point of educational curricula at all levels, support Islamic culture, and protect the independence of Islamic thought against cultural invasion, distortion, and debasement. Based in Rabat, Morocco. Cooperates with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in refugee assistance within the Muslim world.”

    Note particularly how Islamic thought is to be protected against “cultural invasion.” This should mean that the same sentiment would be supported for Western thought. What? Am I wrong? You mean that ISESCO and OIC (the parent organization) don’t believe in multiculturalism?

    Also, note the assistance for refugees “within the Muslim world.” With the wealth of the OIC as backing, this should mean that all Syrian refugees were well provided for and that little burden for this fell on the West. What? Wrong again?

    And, finally note how the refugee assistance is to be “within the Muslim world.” Compare and contrast this to refugee assistance offered by Christian and Jewish organizations worldwide.

    Take a look at the websites for the highly organized and well-funded OIC and ISESCO and ponder a minute what it all means for us here in the West.

  3. One wonders what/where the ‘rest of the story’ is.
    It appears these fragments of historic documentary details only reluctantly surface as the decades unfold.
    Yaroslav Trofimov’s book, “The Siege of Mecca” pushes the trigger date of this ‘global dawa effort’ (and subesquent migration) back by four years to 1979 as described here:

    In The Siege of Mecca, acclaimed journalist Yaroslav Trofimov pulls back the curtain on a thrilling, pivotal, and overlooked episode of modern history, examining its repercussions on the Middle East and the world.
    On November 20, 1979, worldwide attention was focused on Tehran, where the Iranian hostage crisis was entering its third week. That same morning, gunmen stunned the world by seizing the Grand Mosque in Mecca, creating a siege that trapped 100,000 people and lasted two weeks, inflaming Muslim rage against the United States and causing hundreds of deaths. But in the days before CNN and Al Jazeera, the press barely took notice. Trofimov interviews for the first time scores of direct participants in the siege, and draws upon hundreds of newly declassified documents. With the pacing, detail, and suspense of a real-life thriller, The Siege of Mecca reveals the long-lasting aftereffects of the uprising and its influence on the world today.”

    The Siege of Mecca was resolved by:

    “…the Saudi government reacted to that uprising by trying to buy off the radical clerics, and by financing their campaign to spread ultra-orthodox Islam around the world–a proselytizing effort that produced many of Al Qaeda recruits in subsequent decades. “

    NPR interviews Trofimov here which adds these details:

    NPR’s INSKEEP:You know, I want to mention: I wasn’t very old at all then in 1979, but I remember some of the events we’ve been talking about. I remember the invasion of Afghanistan. I remember the Iranian Revolution. Why do you suppose it would be that I, as an ordinary American, don’t have very much memory – any memory, really, at all – of this dramatic seizure of 100,000 hostages at a pilgrimage site that affects Muslims around the world?

    Mr. TROFIMOV: Well, first of all, this was the age before Al-Jazeera, before cable television, before satellite films, and non-Muslims are forbidden from even visiting the holy cities of Mecca and Medina. So the outside world didn’t really know what was going on for well over a day after this started.

    Saudi Arabia instantly cut international phone communications, closed the borders. And the first news of something going wrong in Mecca came out in a press statement at the State Department in Washington, infuriating the Saudis who had hoped that the blackout of this news would last long enough for them to take control of the mosque again.

    Now, at the time, nobody knew about the existence of this Sunni jihadi fundamentalist ideology that later evolved into what is known today as al-Qaida. In fact, the assumption in Washington at the time was that the Shiites, the Iranian Shiites, had taken over the mosque and is also part of the Iranian revolutionary expansion to the rest of the Muslim world.

    The State Department pointed the finger at Ayatollah Khomeini. What happened, of course, is that Ayatollah Khomeini, within hours, went on the radio saying, no, it’s the Americans and the Jews, the hated Zionists who have taken over the holiest of holies of Islam. And he was believed by millions of Muslims across the Middle East.

    In Pakistan, within hours, a vast crowd assembled in front of the U.S. embassy in Islamabad, stormed it, burned it down, killing a number of Americans and Pakistani personnel at the embassy. Demonstrations were held throughout the Muslim world, many of them violent.

    via subsequent Q & A w/Trofimov:

    Why has this story never been fully told?

    At the time, Saudi Arabia imposed a near-total news blackout on the Mecca events. No independent observers were allowed in the city during the siege, and even visiting Jeddah or Riyadh was nearly impossible for foreign reporters. And, obviously, no one could tell the story of what happened among the insurgents because every suspected gunman found in the mosque was arrested. Most were promptly beheaded, and only a few have survived long prison sentences to tell their stories. “

    Sure, the foundational documents of Islam provide the actual launch of Islamic dawa – however, one wonders about the “organizational documentation” triggering the ‘coincidental’ events in Saudi Arabia, Iran and Pakistan as well as throughout Islamic societies that fateful period of late November, 1979.
    Here is a teaser video clip of a documentary film “Siege of Mecca” an Outremer film/K2 production

    On November 20th 1979, at 05:30 in the morning, hundreds of heavily armed men take over the Grand Mosque of Mecca and transform the holiest shrine of Islam into a fortress. The insurgents demand the abdication of the Saudi Royal Family, the expulsion of all foreigners, the withdrawal of all progressive development and the Kingdom’s return to the pure and radical Islam of the first generations. The following 15 days of occupation, siege and battle were kept under a veil of complete secrecy. They will cost hundreds if not thousands of lives, shake Saudi Arabia to its foundations, push the global balance of power to the brink of collapse, and mark the beginning of religiously motivated terrorism. With this political thriller documentary, director Dirk van den Berg and his international team finally reveal the links between the Siege of Mecca and our contemporary time. After 5 years of research and filming in 8 countries, they obtained exclusive access to first-hand accounts …

    “Director Dirk van den Berg and his international team obtained exclusive access to first-hand accounts and never-before-seen private archives from Arab, French and American military, intelligence and civilian sources.

    His political thriller documentary, finally reconstructs what really happened, and reveals the intricate links between the 1979 SIEGE OF MECCA and the birth of the violent strain of militant Islamism that ever since holds the world firmly in its grip.

    As the 40th anniversary of these events approaches – wouldn’t it would be wise to review and address these questions as they concern the global migration and dawa efforts the West has faced in the decades since?

  4. It is really hard to be a ‘conspiracy nut islamophobe’ when they have been screaming their intentions in our ears non stop since oil embargo in the 70’s.

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