Never mind a chicken in every pot — we want a mosque in every village!
Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating this article from Philosophia Perennis:
Erfurt politician on new mosque construction: “Build until every village has a mosque…”
(David Berger) “‘No new mosque building in Erfurt.’ Nazis stickers on lamps on our mosque grounds. The mosque will be built, then another one will be built, and then another one and then many more. Until every village has a mosque! Nazis will certainly not stop us.” — tweeted Suleman Malik, Deputy Mayor of Erfurt.
Our tweet of the day comes from Suleman Malik, who calls himself the “first Muslim local politician of Thuringia and deputy mayor of Erfurt.” He tweets under the motto “Love for all, hate for none”. He shows his love to the citizens of Erfurt by the fact that he announces that the new mosque building in their city is just the beginning:
Today Erfurt belongs to us, tomorrow the whole world belongs to us
“The mosque will be built, then another will be built, and then another and then many more. Until every village has a mosque!”
Nazis have nothing against mosques — quite the contrary
And the provocation is effective. Suleman’s kind of “love” is met with fierce resistance. “Germany was and is a Christian country. How about for every mosque built in Germany, a Christian church is built in a Muslim country for the Christian minority, and how about stopping the persecution of the Christian minority as well,” replies one of the Twitter users to him.
And another asks: “Why would Nazis do that? Historically, Nazis have nothing at all against the spread of Islam. Quite the opposite. They saw Muslims as brothers in spirit. But you like to frame it that way to discredit any protest, right?”
And PP guest author Ed Piper notes: The “until every village has a mosque” slogan seems like a Nazi statement to me — especially if it comes from someone who belongs to a Muslim sect, who actively practices gender apartheid and lives hostility against homosexuals.”