Muslim Harassment of Christian Asylum Seekers and Converts to Christianity


August 3, 2015 – Amersfoort, Netherlands – - NRC Handelsblad, a leading liberal newspaper in the Netherlands, reported on July 22, 2015, that there have been “clashes” between Christian and Muslim asylum seekers, especially during the month of Ramadan. Christians complain that Muslims intimidate and threaten them. Syrian Christians told NRC Handelsbad: “We don’t discuss these problems with the management (of the center), because we are afraid of our fellow asylum seekers.”

They also don’t want their names to be published by the press because of possible repercussions for them. Police had to intervene in the asylum seekers center in the Dutch city of Dronten after a huge fight had broken out between Syrian Muslims and Eritrean Christians. Witnesses claim that the Muslims cried “Allahu Akhbar – Allah is great.”

Nadeem, a 30-year-old Christian asylum seeker from Pakistan, filmed how Muslims in the asylum seekers center of Gilze en Rijen used the center’s common kitchen as a space for prayer – in clear violation of the rules. His film can be seen below. There are at least one hundred Muslims and only three Christians in one building, Nadeem says. His own room mate, a Muslim, was very aggressive and made frequent threats against him. Nadeem decided to leave the center because he feared that Syrian Muslims would otherwise kill him. He did not believe the management of the center was able or willing to deal with this problem.

Mostafa Talaie, a 43-year-old asylum seeker from Iran, was murdered near the asylum seekers center of Oisterwijk on February 18, 2013. After his conversion to Christianity in May 2012, he received several death threats, possibly from fellow asylum seekers or from the Iranian intelligence and security service which is very active in Europe. In 2012 Talaie was living in the asylum seekers center of Noord Burgum in the Northern province of Friesland

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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Stealthy “Civilization Jihad”


August 2, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – – As we have maintained since nearly our inception over 15 years ago, the West has been under siege for decades by the Muslim world – the Ummah, or Dar al-Islam if you prefer.

As most Americans intuitively understand, the ideology of Islamism is not, as apologists assert, practiced only by a “tiny minority” of “violent extremists” – who, curiously, all just happen to be Muslim. Rather, its broad acceptance defines it as main-stream to the point of being normative. This is entirely understandable in that the hegemonic nature of this belief system is inextricably locked into the DNA of Islam, as has defined by the Shari’a itself for over 1,400 years.

The high comfort level that many Muslims have with Islamic supremacy and support for violence to extend the faith isn’t a phenomenon which is only relevant outside of the confines of the United States. New research undertaken by the Center for Security Policy – a powerhouse national security think tank located in DC – indicates that approximately 25% of American Muslims support the proposition that, “Violence against Americans here in the United States can be justified as part of the global jihad.” [source, Poll of U.S. Muslims Reveals Ominous Levels Of Support For Islamic Supremacists’ Doctrine of Shariah, Jihad ].

A similar percentage responded positively to other questions which indicate support for the establishment of a global caliphate operating under the Shari’a. This should serve as an ominous warning in that assuming there are approximately 2M Muslims living in the U.S., the country faces half-a-million potential domestic mujahideen.

Playing into this pre-violent ideological fervor are dozens of U.S. based highly litigious organizations controlled by the ideology of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood which have been appointed by the American legacy press as official spokesmen for Islam in America.

This is common knowledge within national security circles and is hence unremarkable to the degree that it requires no further development here.

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