Scene: a Christian cemetery on the Croatian/Serbian border.
Dramatis personae: Muslim
Script: As told to and by the BBC's Orla Guerin.
Many observers will no doubt stare uneasily at that this screengrab from one of Ms Guerin's BBC news reports about the current
For the image captured may well symbolise the European future.
As we all know, from when she used to demonise Israel on a regular basis, the wild-eyed, doom-laden voiced Guerin (like Bowen, Donnison, Knell, and the rest of the arrogant mob of leftist Beeboids who infest Twitter and the airwaves) has never let the BBC's Charter and producers' guidelines come between her and her personal biases.
Hence tweets such as these from her, feminist though she seems to be:
The other day, I posted a humdinger of a video by Rabbi David Bar-Hayim warning of the dire consequences for the West of the kind of mass Muslim migration we are now witnessing.
|Source: Seen on Twitter; provenance unknown|
Here's a look (horrendous to behold) at how one of Europe's northern nations is accelerating its own destruction.
'Allowing millions of Syrians and others from the Muslim Middle East into Europe will end up a catastrophe for Europe, and therefore for the West....
How does an ethically motivated person -- Jew or non-Jew -- deal with the emotionally powerful Holocaust argument?
For one thing, the parallels are far from precise.
Every Jew in Nazi-occupied Europe -- man, woman, child, baby -- was targeted for death. The Syrian people are not targeted for death. The only such targets in the Middle East -- aside from the Jews of Israel -- are Christians and Yazidis, every one of whom should most definitely be allowed into Europe and the United States.
The parallel is also imprecise because the vast majority of the Jews of Germany and many other European countries were assimilated citizens of their respective countries, who thoroughly embraced Western culture and values. In contrast, most of the Muslims of the Middle East -- and the largely Muslim population (from non-Arab countries) already in Europe -- hold values that are not merely different from, but opposed to, those of Europe.
It is not as if Europe has no experience with large numbers of Muslim immigrants. And the experience has been largely negative.....'Read all of Prager's powerful article here
Regarding safe haven for Middle Eastern Christians cruelly persecuted by Muslims (for whom the prominent British publisher Lord Weidenfeld, a refugee from Nazism, has nobly made provision, though not to the liking of Islamophiles who bemoan the "discrimination" against Muslims), Britain's Sunday Express reports, inter alia, the views of Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, head of the Barnabas Fund:
'According to Mr [sic] Sookhdeo, Britain’s offer to take up to 20,000 Syrian refugees inadvertently discriminates against the Christian communities most victimised by the Islamic State butchers.
He said: “The British government has said it will take 20,000 refugees and we have said, ‘Will you not take some Christians?’ But we have had no reply.
“We have even put out a joint statement with Muslim Aid to the Government saying both communities are suffering, can’t you look after both?
“What David Cameron is doing, we believe, is unfair.
“He has said he will go to the camps to get the refugees, but the problem is that the Christians don’t like to live in the camp.
“What they prefer to do is to live in church halls or else with families and the reason is that it is safer for them. What we are saying to the Government is that you need a broader based approach.
“By all means take the most vulnerable people but don’t just take them from the camps because you are only going to get one kind of people. When it comes to other countries they all say that European legislation means you can’t discriminate between one religious community and another but we say surely the most vulnerable are the ones you have got to be taking in.”
In areas controlled by IS, Christians have been crucified, beheaded, raped and subjected to forced conversion.
Christian children are also being sold as slaves.
Mr Sookhdeo added: “It is like going back 1,000 years seeing the barbarity that Christians are having to live under. I think we are dealing with a group which makes Nazism pale in comparison and I think they have lost all respect for human life.
“Crucifying these people is sending a message and they are using forms of killing which they believe have been sanctioned by Sharia law.
“For them what they are doing is perfectly normal and they don’t see a problem with it. It is that religious justification which is so appalling.” ....'See here and also here
Meanwhile, hot off the press by Egyptian-born Christian scholar Raymond Ibrahim, an indictment of Obama: