Random Quotations – Islam – Jan 15th, 2018

Six items in total…

“The incident never happened… Investigators were right on it and gathered evidence, interviews and video surveillance. The only conclusion was that it didn’t happen…” – Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash, quoted by Kevon Connor, “Hijab attack claim a hoax: Toronto cops” – Toronto Sun, Jan. 15th, 2018.

“For every rare and bona fide act of ‘Islamophobia’ in North America, there are multiple acts of Islamo-faux-bia ginned up to stir attention, milk public compassion and generate unfounded fear…” – Michelle Malkin, “Never forget: Muslim hate crime hoaxes” – Toronto Sun, Sept. 17th, 2017.

“The word ‘Jesus’ has been replaced with the word ‘Perù’ in a Christmas carol in order not to offend the Muslims. This happened in a primary school near Pordenone, Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy), where a professor taught a Christmas carol but changed the lyrics: instead of the word ‘Jesus’, the teacher inserted the word ‘Peru’ to avoid offending non-Christian students…” – EuropeanPost, “Jesus replaced with ‘Perù’ in the Christmas carol in Italy not to offend Muslims” – Jan. 1st, 2018.

“We urgently need to drop our unwillingness to contrast Western and Islamic values – whether regarding violence, treatment of religious minorities, anti-Semitism, or treatment of women.” – Denis MacEoin, “Sexual harassment East and West” – Gatestone Institute, Jan. 5th, 2018.

“This centre must close because we have been welcoming migrants for 4 years… It is quite clear that there can never be integration… It is clear that this centre, managed in this way does not welcome or even integrate, but [there is] simply a mass of people, creating problems for our economy and for the planning of the territory.” – Mayor Leonardo Lauricella, quoted by Rosemary Pennington in “Hundreds of Sicilians march against migrant flood as terror hits” – National Vanguard, Jan. 7th, 2018.

“Asylum seekers must cross four countries to reach Hungary from Syria, all of which are not as rich as Germany but are economically stable, the PM said. He was apparently referring to Turkey, Greece, Macedonia and Serbia – a common route for migrants heading for ‘wealthy’ Europe… ‘So, they are not running for their lives [in these countries]. They are merely economic migrants seeking a better life,’ Orban concluded.” – Reuters, “Refugees are ‘Muslim invaders’ seeking better lives – Hungarian PM” – Russia Today, Jan. 8th, 2018.