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Islamisation of Europe may be unstoppable says expert

The Islamization of a country can not be stopped once the Muslim population reaches 16 percent of the total population. This is what Islam expert Nikoletta Incze believes.

Published: June 27, 2018, 11:18 am

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    On 22 June, Incze, a researcher at the Center for the Study of Political Islam, told Hungarian public television that there were already 44 million Muslims in Europe.

    The interview with the Islam expert was broadcast as part of a morning magazine report that focused on the spread of Islam in Europe titled: “Islamic Advance – Already 44 Million Believers in Europe.”

    At the beginning of the conversation, Nikoletta Incze points out that many countries that are Islamic today were originally Christian, for example Turkey, Egypt and Syria. In other countries as well, Islam supplanted the previous religion: Pakistan was Hindu, Afghanistan was Buddhist, Iran was dominated by Zoroastrianism.

    Mohamed and his successors subjugated these countries militarily and Islamized them. Islamization was a process that took centuries. The question which arises, is at what point was it decided that Islam would prevail in these countries?

    Incze cites a study by Harvard University. According to her, the Islamization of a country is already inevitable, when the proportion of Muslims in the population is about 16 percent. It will then take another 100 to 150 years before Islamization is complete.

    Currently, Nikoletta Incze is convinced that an Islamization of Europe is taking place. However, there is a big difference between the Islamic expansion today and during the Middle Ages: at that time Europeans resisted Islam. Today, Muslims are treated with tolerance and acceptance instead. Islam is treated as an equal religion, while ignoring its fundamental political ideology.

    The Islam expert also describes what life could be like for non-Muslims in an Islamized society. In doing so, she relies on the “Pact of Umar”, a set of rules governing discrimination against dissenters in an Islamic society based on the Quran and hadiths. The pact of Umar probably originated in the ninth century and is still a fixed part of Sharia law. These include, for example, the following regulations for Christians as well as Jews:

    Ban on the construction of churches and synagogues
    Prohibition to place crosses on churches
    Control of the volume of church bells
    Prohibition to publicly show the Christian faith
    Non-Muslims have to wear a particular haircut
    Non-Muslims are not allowed to dress like Muslims. Christians must wear a blue belt and turban, Jews a yellow belt and turban
    Christians and Jews have to get up if a Muslim wants to sit
    Prohibition to carry weapons
    Ban on keeping pigs near Muslims
    Duty to host Muslim travelers for three days

    In Central European countries the Muslim percentage of the population, with the exception of some Balkan countries, is currently well below 16 percent. However, in some Western European countries, including the Federal Republic of Germany and Austria, it is already between six and nine percent. These percentages will rise if the countries do not counter Islamization. The Islam expert Michael Ley believes that the Muslim share in Austria could already be 20 percent in ten years.

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