January 29, 2007

Debate in London: A World Civilization or a Clash of Civilizations

Filed under: crimes, Demographics, hate-crimes, migration, Terror, Terrorism — jensn @ 10:22 am

Debate of Greater London Authority, Part 1 of 8

The Mayor of London:

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Jens Nielsen

January 28, 2007

Latest from Kosovo

Filed under: Demographics, Islam, migration, perspectives — jensn @ 3:55 pm

Extraction from : http://www.serbianna.com/news/2007/01106.shtml

“Kosovo Albanian unindicted war criminal believes UN will grant independence

January 25, 2007 11:55 AM

PRISTINA, Serbia-Kosovo’s Prime Minister Agim Ceku said Thursday he believes the U.N. proposal outlining the province’s future status will propose independence for Kosovo.

Chief U.N. envoy Martti Ahtisaari plans to disclose recommendations on Kosovo’s future to Western governments and Russia on Friday. He will then make his offer known to ethnic Albanians and Serbs a week later, on Feb. 2, during a visit to Serbia’s capital Belgrade and the provincial capital Pristina.

Ahtisaari has shared the proposal with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during a meeting in Paris, his office said.

“I strongly believe that Ahtisaari will propose independence for Kosovo and will propose a concrete mechanism and procedures to guarantee all the rights of the communities that live in Kosovo,” Ceku said.

“After his proposal the minorities, namely Serbs, will have no reason to refuse Kosovo’s independence or to refuse to live in an independent Kosovo,” he added.

Kosovo’s ethnic Albanian majority is pushing for independence from Serbia, while Serbian leaders and the Serb minority in the province want it to remain within Serbia’s borders. The province has been under U.N. control since mid-1999 and is currently patrolled by a 16,000-strong NATO-led peacekeeping force…”

Jens Nielsen

Ny grundlov vedtaget 30. september 2006

A number of muslims in Europe

Filed under: Demographics, Islam, migration, perspectives, Statistics — jensn @ 10:55 am

A quote from The Jerusalem Post, 23 January 2007

As many as 100,000 French and British citizens have converted to Islam over the last decade, according to a new book by an Israeli historian. […] [Hebrew University Prof. Raphael Israeli] noted that about 30 million Muslims currently live in Europe, out of a total population of 380 million., adding that with a high Muslim birthrate in Europe, the number of Muslims living in the continent is likely to double within 25 years.

Information of Denmark: At least 32.5 mill. muslims (perhaps 52 mill.) now, and more correctly a doubling within the next 20 year (at rate of at least 3.5 p.c. p. a.), and this doubling will happen regardless of the ongoing immigration from muslim dominated states and areas.

Jens Nielsen

January 20, 2007

It really should come as no surprise

Filed under: hate-crimes, Islam, migration, Terror, Terrorism — jensn @ 12:19 pm


Thursday, January 18, 2007

Australia’s Leading Imam, Sheik al-Hilali, Speaks Out About His Country

“…People were surprised at the terror bombings in the London Underground, and the discovery of the Failed second wave of UK bombings was also quite upsetting. However, given the type of incitement that goes on in many mosques throughout the U.K., it really should come as no surprise…”


January 19, 2007

Uncover Mosque, and more Uncover Mosques

Filed under: crimes, hate-crimes, Islam, Research, Terrorism — jensn @ 8:03 pm

Published 15 January 2007

“This is the much-anticipated UK Channel 4 documentary Dispatches: Undercover Mosque, exposing evidence of Islamic supremacism, shocking misogyny, and support for violence at a number of Britain’s leading mosques and Muslim institutions. (Thanks again to LGF operative kasper.)”

Look at the video and listen to this



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Sonia: Chocking but not surprising

January 18, 2007

Darfur: Genocide without borders

Filed under: crimes, hate-crimes, perspectives, Terror — jensn @ 12:06 am

Extraction from: http://news.independent.co.uk/world/africa/article2087550.ece

Darfur: Genocide without borders

[…] It is a tragically familiar scene in Darfur, the province of western Sudan where more than 200,000 people have been killed and at least two million brutally forced from their homes – a genocide unleashed and sustained by the Islamist government in Khartoum – but this man-made inferno now sweeping across the plains is taking place across the Sudanese border in Chad. The pattern is identical to events in Darfur, where the well-armed Arab raiders allied to the Sudanese government set villages ablaze, rape the women, and leave a trail of dead black Africans in their wake. Just as in Darfur, the Sudanese government is being accused of being behind the violence in Chad, an accusation which is rejected by Khartoum[…]

Dafur: For twenty year nobody has done anything but talk about it. Especially the Christians have been driven into the desert-areas in the southwest

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