We are constantly being told with finger-wagging contempt that moderate Muslims are the best weapon against devout Muslims, jihad ideology and radicalization (more accurately, piety). Where are these moderates? Where re the Muslims standing against jihad and sharia? I have been doing this work for 15 years and I have yet to see this movement the elites assure us we can count on.
Shouldn’t these Muslims be applauding the closing of mosques that “radicalize” their children to slaughter, torture and destroy?
Why is the West importing these invaders?
‘Thousands of Muslims protest outside the Colosseum after small mosques are shut down by the authorities to avoid youngsters becoming radicalized,” By Rachael Burford For Mailonline
—-Hundreds gathered near Rome’s Colosseum to protest the closures of mosques and other places of worship
—-An imam led the group in chants of ‘Allah Akbar’ which means ‘God is great,’ as they kneeled to the ground
—-Muslim places of worship in Rome have been branded illegal by authorities for various building violations
—-Protest was organised by the Bangladeshi group, Dhuumcatu, who now want Rome City Hall to intervene
—-Thousands of Muslims gathered outside Rome’s Colosseum to protest the closure of mosques and other places of worship in the Italian capital.
The group gathered outside the iconic ancient Roman building to pray as they promoted their right of freedom to worship during the peaceful march yesterday.
An imam led the group in chants of ‘Allah Akbar’ which means ‘God is great [sic],’ as they kneeled to the ground facing the Colosseum.
The Muslim community of Rome gathered by the Colosseum to pray and demonstrate against the alleged shutting down by police of unofficial places of worship in the city
Men held up signs reading in Italian ‘To close a place of worship is against faith’ during the demonstration (pictured)Children joined in the peaceful protest with signs that read ‘peace’, open the mosques’ and ‘love’ (pictured)Thousands gathered outside Rome’s iconic Colosseum building to pray as they promoted their right of freedom to worship during the peaceful march
The protest was organized by a Bangladeshi group, Dhuumcatu, which has complained that smaller or more informal mosques in Rome have been branded illegal by authorities for building violations.
At least 1.6 million Muslims live in the country but there are only a handful of mosques officially registered with the Italian government.
Most worship takes place in houses and Islamic cultural centres.