The Dream of the Muslim Brotherhood in Germany: That Sharia Will Be Institutionalized in the State Itself

The video below contains the latest (I’ve lost track of which number it is) in a series of documentaries on the Muslim Brotherhood by Zvi Yehezkeli, an Israeli journalist and filmmaker who is fluent in Arabic. In his latest and riskiest undercover operation, Mr. Yehezkeli posed as a Jordanian who went to Istanbul to acquire a Syrian passport on the black market. After he became a Syrian, the journalist traveled to Germany and became a “refugee”.

This is possibly the most chilling installment so far, given its revelations about the depth of Muslim Brotherhood penetration in both Turkey and Germany.

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

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László Földi: “The Majority of European Politicians are TRAITORS!”

The following panel discussion is from Tuesday’s Hungarian TV program “Szemtől szembe” [Face to Face]. The moderator is Balázs Somorjai, and the guests are the intelligence analyst László Földi and Zoltán Lomnici, Jr., a constitutional lawyer.

The discussion among the three men concerns the Great European Migration Crisis — its origins, causes, and intended effects. Cui bono? Who stands to make a profit from all these illiterate unemployable Muslim migrants, and how?

A civil, lucid, and reasonable discussion such as this one is all but unheard of west of the Iron Curtain. Many thanks to CrossWare for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Volkswagen Not Allowed to Fire ISIS Mujahid

The following report by Egri Nök was published earlier at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form. Egri also translated the video.


Samir B. (right) with the ISIS terrorists Bilel H. (red cap) and Houssem H. in a Berlin restaurant. Photo: Facebook

Germany: Court orders Volkswagen to keep Islamist employee

by Egri Nök

An original translation from Bild:

After dismissal on terror suspicions:
Court orders VW to keep Islamist employee

by M. Manske
March 12, 2018

Hannover — It is 11:42 AM when Samir B. (30) strolls into the Hannover State Labor Court in sweat pants and moccasins. The Islamist is suing Volkswagen.

The car manufacturer dismissed him in November 2016 because he threatened coworkers, and because he appeared to be leaving for ISIS territory. The German-Algerian had acted provocatively in the court’s hallway, filming the journalists present. A court clerk makes him delete the video, as he doesn’t have a permit to film.

The allegations against the assembly line worker (monthly net wage €3,500) are serious: Volkswagen were concerned that their employee might carry out an attack on the manufacturing plant in Wolfsburg. For example, at one of their workers’ caucus, where up to 10,000 workers attend.

BILD is documenting the case

It was late August 2014, when Samir B. was in a restaurant in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Next to him sat the Wolfsburgers Bilel H. and Houssem H. Both of them went to Syria shortly thereafter, and joined the Islamic State. Both of them are dead now!

They were part of the Wolfsburg terror cell. And it seems that Samir B. was involved in their activities more deeply than he wants to admit.

On December 28, 2014, Federal Police stopped him at Hannover airport — he had €9,350 in cash and a drone with him, Wolfsburger Nachrichten report.

The investigators are certain: B. wanted to travel to the Syrian war zone. His passport was confiscated.

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Fearing For His Life, a Christian Refugee in Austria Returns to Syria, Where It’s Safer

A young Christian from Syria fled to Austria to escape persecution. When he arrived in Europe, he found himself forced into the company of “refugees” who supported the Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra. He had to keep his Christian faith a secret, or risk being killed. Eventually he returned to Syria, where he felt he was more likely to be safe.

Anton, who translated the German video report below for subtitling, includes this introduction:

A Christian Syrian refugee, Spiro Haddad, recalls his illegal journey to Austria.

On the way, he is met by people who openly confide their allegiance to ISIS and Al-Nusra. He doesn’t feel safe in Europe, so he returns to Syria.

The ISIS and Al-Nusra followers remain and want to Islamize Europe, and convert the churches into mosques.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Alexandre del Valle: “When There’s No Rule of Law, Can We Still Talk About Democracy?”

Alexandre del Valle is an Italo-French lecturer on geopolitics and a researcher for Università Europea di Roma, Institut Choiseul and Daedalos Institute of Cyprus. He specializes in radical Islam, terrorism, and relations between the West and the Rest. He has been an editorialist in Le Figaro, Le Figaro Magazine, France Soir, Israel Magazine, La Une, Il Liberal, etc., and has had articles published in geopolitical magazines and reviews such as Politique Internationale, Herodote, Outre Terre, Geostrategics, Stratégiques, Geopolitical Affairs, Nova Storica, Il Liberal, and many others. Apart from being a geopolitician, he is — together with Rachid Kaci — the founder of the liberal-conservative Right (“Droite Libre”), whose slogan is: “Secularity, defence of the West and Freedom, and struggle against political correctness”. His analysis has influenced French, Spanish and Italian politicians, especially the French party UMP (Republicans). He is the author of nine books.

Below is Part 3 of excerpts from a talk that was given earlier this month by Mr. Del Valle for the organization Damoclès ( Part 1, Part 2). Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Jihad and Prince Charles

The following look at the Islamophilia of Prince Charles was sent by David Abbott, the author of Dark Albion.

Jihad and the Heir to the British Throne

by David Abbott

Prince Charles’s undignified sucking up to Muslims is so extreme it is widely rumoured he is a secret convert to Islam.

The idea of him lugging around a prayer mat and turning to face Mecca five times a day seems incongruous, and the rumours may well be false, but he has made so many speeches endorsing Islam as the solution to the spiritual and cultural ills of Britain and the West that people are naturally suspicious.

In 2001 a beaming Prince Charles opened a London mosque. As he was shown around the prayer hall in the new Al Manaar Mosque in west London he praised the modern building.

This mosque became a breeding ground for Islamic State killers, with two of them, Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, making the news on February 8 when it was announced they had been captured by Syrian Kurdish forces.

Security experts had long suspected it was a hub for young Muslims subsequently involved in the Syrian war, and on February 8th 2016 the Mirror had revealed that at least nine members of the Islamic State had regularly attended it, including Kotey, Elsheikh, Mohammed Emwazi (‘Jihadi John’) and Aine Davis, who were together called ‘the Beatles’ because of their English accents by the captives they tortured in Syria.

The purpose-built mosque was where Emwazi got to know Kotey, who also went by the name Big Sid from his Islamic name Sidique, and who was probably ‘Ringo’. In the quiet street outside the building Kotey talked openly of suicide bombing. Emwazi, Kotey and Davis had formed a close bond at the Al Manaar Mosque long before their reign of terror began in the IS stronghold of Raqqa, where Emwazi appeared in several gruesome IS videos beheading hostages, including British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning and US journalist James Foley.

The ‘Beatles’ group kept their hostages in a state of permanent fear, forcing them to fight each other in boxing matches as they watched and then torturing the losers. Their torture techniques included electric shocks from Taser guns, waterboarding and mock executions, including a staged crucifixion. Their ‘execution cell’ beheaded more than 27 Western hostages and at least 18 Syrian soldiers and tortured many more captives.

A Danish hostage, Daniel Rye, who was released in June 2014, recalled in a book published the following year how ‘Ringo’ kicked him 25 times in his ribs on his 25th birthday, telling him it was a gift. In his chilling book, Rye wrote that ‘George’ dominated the group of jailers and was the most violent and unpredictable. Rye also described being taken to an open grave where a suspected spy was shot by Emwazi on the instructions of ‘George’. The scene was filmed by ‘Ringo’. Rye said these terrorists forced him and other hostages to climb into the grave, where they were photographed.

In social media posts Kotey stated he was ‘as British as they come’, adding he was ‘born and raised in Shepherd’s Bush, was a big QPR fan, love a good old fry up in the mornings’.

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Mujahideen Allied With Turkey Fight Kurds in Syria Using NATO-Supplied Weapons

The following report from Germany discusses the Salafist groups in Syria that fight alongside the Turkish army against the Kurds. They use weapons supplied to “our staunch NATO ally” Turkey, some of which may have come from Germany.

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

Video transcript (timing based on the original longer program):

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Syrian War Breaks Out on Germany’s Streets

The following clip shows excerpts from a Russia Today video. In it you can see the behavior of Turks and Kurds who have brought their Middle Eastern war to the streets of Stuttgart.

Many thanks to Anton for editing and uploading this clip:

Anton includes this commentary about the video:

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Who Knows What It’s Got Up Its Sleeve?


Polish cavalry in the ruins of Sochaczew, September 1939*

It’s become somewhat of a tradition here at Gates of Vienna to feature Al Stewart’s song “Laughing into 1939” in a New Year’s Eve post. As far as I can determine, we’ve used it three times in the past — in 2008, 2010, and 2016.

And I’m including it here yet one more time on the departing tail of 2017. How could I resist? Especially now that it’s available on YouTube, so that everyone can hear the haunting melody while they read the bittersweet lyrics (which are reproduced at the bottom of this post):

Even though we’ve been laughing into 1939 for almost ten years, somehow that fateful year hasn’t quite arrived. Yet.

To ponder the bittersweet New Year’s Eve of 1938 is to view it in retrospect, with all the benefits granted by hindsight. Just as those long-dead partygoers did, we’re walking backwards towards whatever our own grim rendezvous with destiny may be. Fifty years from now our descendants will understand that moment and what it meant. But for the time being, we know nothing about it.

And it may not be a cataclysmic moment like those of August 1914 or September 1939. It may be a long, drawn-out cataclysm, moving imperceptibly down a seemingly endless slope, ledge by ledge, until we reach the bottom. Maybe something like the Thirty Years’ War.

Or perhaps we’re midway through our own version of 1789-1815, which began with the overthrow of the Ancien Régime and ended with the New World Order ushered in by the Congress of Vienna. How was Prince Metternich to know that the magnificent system he godfathered was to last barely a century? That his glittering Austrian Empire would be shattered into minute fragments by his successors?

Perhaps our cataclysm began in February 1979, when Ayatollah Khomeini seized power and established the Islamic Republic of Iran. Since then we have seen sudden sharp drops as we descend from ledge to ledge — the Marine barracks in Lebanon, Gulf War I, Khobar Towers, the Cole, 9-11, Afghanistan, Gulf War II, “The Arab Spring”, on and on…

It’s not over yet, not by a long shot. The current war is sometimes called “The Long War”, and with good reason — it will most likely continue for another generation or two. We may laugh into our own 1939 for fifty or sixty years.

After ten years of this, I no longer make specific predictions. We’re laughing into whatever year it may be. Let’s see what 2018 has up its sleeve.

Laughing into 1939
by Al Stewart

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Christian Monk in Egypt: “I Think it’s Time for the Islamic Empire”

The following video is an excerpt from a documentary that aired on Duna, the Hungarian public broadcaster. It features an interview with a Coptic monk in Egypt, Father Maximus, who discusses the persecution of Christians under Muslim regimes, and what lies ahead for Europe as it becomes more and more Islamic.

A note from the translator:

This is the translation of the Hungarian dubbing of an interview originally done in English. I was concentrating on the Hungarian version when I was translating back to English, so obviously I could not match word-for-word with the original, which can be heard in multiple places in the interview. Also, because of the nature of dubbing the Hungarian translation, the original English is not always in sync. I matched the translation in sync with the Hungarian dubbing.

The following description accompanied the original video:

The documentary was made by Beatrix Siklósi and Géza Marossy, two Hungarian documentary filmmakers, about the trips to the Middle East and Egypt by Father Csaba Böjte (a Transylvanian-Hungarian Catholic monk, renowned for his homes for orphan children, in which he housed, taught and integrated for society in the most civilized way, thousands of orphan children, in a Romania, where usually the institutions for orphan children are places of abuse, rape, etc.), Szabolcs Sajgó (representative of the Jesuit mission) and György Hölvényi [Hungarian MEP from the Hungarian Christian-Democratic Party, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz’s ally], under a Hungarian government program for helping Christians from Middle East, Iraq, Syria and Egypt to start a new life in their countries. This documentary shows the life and tragedy of the Christians under Islamic and terrorist rule.

Two documentaries were made. The first part is about the Iraqi and the Syrian Christians, and the second one about the Egyptian Coptic Christians, the terror attacks against them, their harsh life under constant threat.

The part of the documentary presented here was filmed in the monastery of Saint Anthony the Great, where the Christian monk founded the first monastery near Nitria in Egypt. An interview with Father Maximus, who lives in the monastery with 120 monks.

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

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Interview With Michael Stürzenberger About His Victory in the Appeals Court

We reported last summer on the case of Michael Stürzenberger, a well-known German Islam-critic and opponent of the proposed mega-mosque in Munich. In August Mr. Stürzenberger was convicted and sentenced to six months in prison for posting a photo of a Nazi official and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on his Facebook page. That’s the photo at the top of this post, a historically accurate photo of what happened in World War Two — Jew-hating Nazis collaborating with Jew-hating Muslims.

Yesterday Mr. Stürzenberger’s conviction was overturned by a higher court. The legal process is not over for him, however; the prosecution can (and probably will) appeal the verdict at a higher level. And he is also due in court again on Friday, facing a different charge: two years ago in a speech at PEGIDA he quoted Hamed Abdel-Samad’s reference to Islam as a “fascist ideology”. Apparently that’s against the law in Modern Multicultural Germany, and he will have to answer for it.

Nevertheless, yesterday’s verdict was a victory for the Counterjihad in Germany and the rest of Western Europe. In the following interview, Michael Stürzenberger discusses his case with Vlad Tepes:

For links to previous posts about Michael Stürzenberger and Die Freiheit in Munich, see the Michael Stürzenberger Archives.

Alessandro Meluzzi: The Entire Islamic World Has Reached a Boiling Point

Alessandro Meluzzi is an Italian psychiatrist, writer, politician, and academic. Paolo Crepet is a psychiatrist, writer, and sociologist. Davide Piccardo is a Muslim activist and Huffington Post Italy contributor, the son of Hamza Piccardo.

The following video is from a TV panel show that aired last summer. It shows a discussion among the three men, plus the presenter — in which, it must be said, Dr. Meluzzi does most of the talking — about Islam and Europe.

The graphics that appear on the screen titled separately are translations of tweets from the audience that were shown on the screen at intervals during the panel discussion.

Many thanks to Elle Bowlly for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

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Mutti, Take Me Home From Camp Shahada!

The following video shows an appeal made by a young German woman who converted to Islam and made hijra to Syria to fight for the Islamic State (or at least get married to an ISIS fighter). As the Islamic State collapsed, she was captured by the Peshmerga and interned in a POW camp. Now she wants to come home, and appeals directly to Angela Merkel for help.

Nash Montana, who translated the video for subtitles, has these observations about the patois spoken by the young German Muslima:

Even though Nadja R. is a German-born German, she speaks the language like a retarded person. You might say she speaks “ebonics”, German-style. The kind of Islamized German that Muslims speak in Germany. She has totally taken on the low-IQ-speak and -think of Muslims.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

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Viktor Orbán: “Will There be a Christian Europe?”

Note: This was first posted on September 18, and was a “sticky” feature for several days. Scroll down to see more recent items.

Update: Jackson has kindly created a transcript without the embedded time stamps. The text has been added after the end of Mr. Orbán’s speech.

The video below is an excerpt from Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s speech at a conference of the Christian Intellectuals’ Association.

Mr. Orbán is a man of impressive intellect. It took me a while to edit the translated transcript of this speech, and as I did so I absorbed the logic and rhythm of his arguments. Then, after Vlad completed the subtitling, when I was able to watch him speak, I realized that he just glanced at his notes occasionally while he delivered the speech — no teleprompter.

That’s an impressive performance for a 21st-century politician.

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

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