This is what is facing the West: Islamic Sharia Law ruling over it. In Brussels, the capital of Belgium, two Muslim politicians who just won municipal elections are vowing to implement Islamic Sharia law. Lhoucine Aït Jeddig and Redouane Ahrouch won seats in two heavily Islamized municipalities of Brussels, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean and Anderlecht.
After their victory, the two Muslims laid out their agenda. Ahrouch, who was sentenced to six months in prison in 2003 for the assault and battery of his disabled wife, (where are the Western feminists when Muslims abuse women?) stated:
The agenda is still the same, but our approach is different now. I think we have to sensitize people, make them understand the advantages to having Islamic people and Islamic laws. And then it will be completely natural to have Islamic laws and we will become an Islamic state.
A reporter asked, “An Islamic State in Belgium?” Ahrouch replied: “In Belgium, of course! I am for the Sharia. Islamic law, I am for it. It is a long-term struggle that will take decades or a century, but the movement has been launched.”
Aït Jeddig, 50, has said that Islam paved the way for “the emergence of European civilization.”
Of course, Judaism and Christianity had nothing to do with that.
He also insisted that Islam is compatible with freedom and democracy.
Tell that to the Iranian protesters ignored by Barack Obama and smashed by the Iranian government, or the Coptic Christians who now live in fear in Egypt.
The two men belong to the Islam Party, which plans to run candidates in European-level elections in 2014. 300,000 Muslims now make up one-quarter of the population of Brussels, making Brussels the most Islamic city in Europe. By 2030, they will be a majority, according to sociologist Felice Dassetto. Muslims already comprise roughly 6% of the total population of Belgium, and that figure is expected to rise more than 10% by 2020.
The growth of the Muslim population in Brussels has triggered an increase in violent crime, making Brussels one of the most dangerous cities in Europe. Much of the crime comes from the heavily Muslim populated Anderlecht and Molenbeek districts, where police have lost control of the area to the Muslim youths. In Molenbeek, 25% Muslim, multinational companies have abandoned the area. In June 2011 the American advertising agency BBDO abandoned Molenbeek, reporting in an open letter to the mayor that there had been over 150 assaults on its staff by local Muslims:
Youngsters who forcibly rob our bags. Youngsters who smash car windows. Youngsters who verbally corner us so that we become paralyzed with fear. Young people who are not afraid to even point a gun at one of our male colleagues.
On November 5, the Belgian Interior Ministry reported that gang rapes in the country are increasing alarmingly; an average of five new cases of rapes each week involving two or more offenders. Anti-Semitism has burgeoned; one-half of the Muslim students in Brussels are anti-Semitic. Yves Goldstein, a Jewish candidate, was targeted by Turkish political activists as “an active Zionist and enemy of Islam.”
Brussels, the home of NATO, is often called he capital of Europe. How long before Europe’s problems are our own?