Random Quotations – Islam – Feb. 22nd, 2018

Five items in total…

“Although British parents of Pakistani origin account for 3.4 per cent of all births nationwide, they also account for around 30 per cent of children born with recessive gene disorders… While only 15 per cent of the population in Bradford is of Pakistani origin, an estimated 55 per cent are married to their first cousins… The city has the second highest number of infant deaths in England and birth disorders involving recessive genes are 10 to 15 per cent higher than the general population, according to a study by St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford.” – Duncan Gardham, “Warning over births to first cousin marriages” – The Telegraph, Dec. 29th, 2008. (This is an older item, but the issue of Muslim inbreeding, although vitally important, is rarely addressed by the media).

“Unsurprisingly, then, as the number of Muslim migrants grows in Europe, the subhuman treatment and sexual abuse of ‘infidel’ women once relegated to Third World Muslim nations is becoming a common fixture also in the West… Just as Christian girls in Pakistan are seen as ‘meant for one thing, the pleasure of the Muslim man,’ so are Christian women in Europe seen by Muslim migrants to be ‘there for sex,’ as one such migrant who stalked and groped a woman in Germany said to her face.” – Raymond Ibrahim, “Infidel women: Spoils of war” – Gatestone Institute, Feb. 17th, 2018.

“The designated and determined goal of the conquest of the world for Allah has been reinvigorated again and again in world history from the time of Mohammed in the seventh century… These revivals and expansions, which have only been temporarily halted by superior counterforce, have roots in the Qur’an itself and in its commentaries.” – Jesuit scholar Father James V. Schall, quoted by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. in “Iraqi Archbishop: Muslim ‘slow-motion genocide’ of Christians began 1400 years ago” – Breitbart, Feb. 19th, 2018.

“If Muhammad cannot beat the infidels on the battlefield, he’ll outbreed them – literally:‘Mohammed most popular name for newborn boys in the Netherlands for second year in a row,’ is the title of a recent report. Muhammad is apparently also the most popular name in England. In fact, Muhammad is one of the most popular names throughout Northwest Europe… While this may seem innocuous enough – what’s in a name? – the fact is many Muslims see their offspring as their contribution to the jihad – the ‘struggle’ to make Islam supreme…” – Raymond Ibrahim, “The ‘baby Muhammad’ jihad: Europe’s future nightmare” – Feb. 20th, 2018.

“The head of the state-funded Directorate of Religious Affairs, the Diyanet, has openly described Turkey’s recent military invasion of Afrin as ‘jihad’… This designation makes sense when one considers that Muslim Turks owe their demographic majority in Asia Minor to centuries of Turkish Muslim persecution and discrimination against the Christian, Yazidi and Jewish inhabitants of the area. In the 11th century, Turkic jihadists from Central Asia invaded and conquered the Greek-speaking, Christian Byzantine Empire, paving the way for the gradual Turkification and Islamization of the region through methods such as murder, kidnapping, rape and forced conversions.” – Uzay Bulut, “Turkey threatens to invade Greece” – Gatestone Institute, Feb. 19th, 2018.