He’s on the dining room table eating your dinner and growling at you.
This symposium in Front Page Magazine explains what the cartoon fracas was really all about, in the context of increasing incidents of gang rape of non-veiled women:
The conduct towards these women is due to the new developments initiated by Salafists like Tariq Ramadan. He has invented and introduced a new definition for the Western countries: they should no longer be seen the traditional way as Dar ul-harb, the space of war, but as Dar el-dawaà, the invitation to Islam, or Dar ash-shahâda, the space of testimony.
While orthodox Sunni Muslims, stuck to the unchanged application of the tradition are not at all in line with this ‘modern’ interpretation, the ‘scholar’ Tariq Ramadan has paved a soft way for Muslims to taking possession of countries formerly belonging to the Dar ul-harb. When living in Dar ul-harb there are two alternatives for the Muslims: either conquer the land by force and rule it by Qur’anic law or, if not strong enough, keep quiet and wait, not touching the property of the enemy.
Dar el-dawaà and Dar ash-shahâda are two of the trickiest inventions ever to reach the goal of conquest: at a quick and superficial glance it means resigning from the conversion of the West to Islam, permitting everybody to keep on in his belief, but on closer examination that means what the French call ‘l’entrisme’, unnoticed penetration.
By its weakness and willingness to compromise, Europe has revealed itself to be no longer in the “House of War” but in the “House of Almost Muslim.” I don’t know if there are any alpha dogs left in Europe. It looks to me that anyone who stands up to the wolf there gets murdered, and all the beta dogs look at each other and shrug and say, “There, but for the curvature of my own spine, go I.”
Now the wolf looks to tame the alpha bitch (I mean this in the most clinical metaphorical sense, but think about it). It’s the independent woman who breaks down the Islamofascist social structure, at least as it’s interpreted by the Tariq Ramadans of the world.
I acknowledge that there are Muslims who want to live at peace with their non-Muslim neighbors, but if the secularists and Christians aren’t willing to stand up, why should they?
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