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EURABIA - A new generation of radical Muslims.

An area of Brussels where the radicals are taking over.

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Comment by kim Israela on December 18, 2009 at 20:16
I think the making fun of the Eurabia idea is because they don't have a clue how to get authority back out of the clutches of Islam. The first thing they need to do is stop immigration, small but a start. That might sound awful, I don't have any problem with any culture or religion, everyone to their own but if you want to go to another country & make a life for yourself you fit in with the country, don't expect it to change for you. If the muslims don't like England go back home.
Comment by dean on December 18, 2009 at 2:03
parts of my home city are like this if not worse.
Comment by Netcon on December 15, 2009 at 19:02
(1) Yet Baroness Faulkener, in a committee room discussion in the House of Commons last week, made fun of the whole idea of Eurabia and said there is nothing to worry about. One has to question her motives.
(2) Several times it is said that the police or others try to calm the situation. We must stop this! If someone repeatedly breaks the law, then the authorities should provoke the situation. For example, to stop prostitution, policemen will pose as customers. Similarly, to stop violent intimidation against citizen's lawful rights, the police should pose as cameramen, and keep arresting and imprisoning their attackers till there are none left to attack them.
Comment by kim Israela on December 15, 2009 at 10:27
yes dhimmis, their own worse enemy.
Comment by Kinana on December 15, 2009 at 9:11
dar al harb = the non-islamic world!
what i have usually been told is that
dar al harb = the house of war
an ironic example of dhimmitude!

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