Germany: A growing radicalization of young Muslims

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    That person called Kramer is head of Germany's equivalent to AIPAC, with the difference, that Germans dont give a damn about AIPAC.
    To the religious Germans only the Pope matters. Good old Europe.
    The Vatican itself is more interested in Orthodox-Catholic reconcilation.

    Vatican: "Gaza is like Konzentrationslager (KZ)".
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    Germany: Most popular country in world:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/bsp/hi/pdfs/160410bbcwspoll.pdf

    Eliminating the Myth of failed integration in Germany:
    First combined report by 8 major Social Research Institutes in Germany,
    having established the Integration Climate Index (IKI) of Germany to be benchmarked every year:
    New Integration Survey: Ethnic Germans and Immigrants On Better Terms Than Expected - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International

    New Study: Muslims in Berlin
    Dispelling the Myth of 'Parallel Societies'
    Dispelling the Myth of 'Parallel Societies': Are Berlin's Muslims a Model for Integration? - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
     
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    They are as antisemite as ever over here - and anti-American with it !
     
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    A great comment from Nazi Pope and a Hitler Youth member. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    A great comment from Nazi Pope, the ex-Hitler Youth member. :eusa_whistle:

    As for Orthodox they don't want to reconciliation, they will never forget how the Catholic Church betrayed or worked against them during the dying days of the Byzantine Empire. :rolleyes:
     
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    Yup, Germany is predominantly Catholic. :cuckoo:

    Religion Demographics - Religious Affiliation by Country
    Germany: Protestant 34%, Roman Catholic 34%, Muslim 3.7%, unaffiliated or other 28.3%
     
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    It is not just Germany...

    1. In April, the far-right, anti-Semitic party Jobbik won 17 percent of the vote, and 26 seats, in Hungary. Jobbik has strong links with the paramilitary Hungarian Guard; its leader, Gabor Vona, was one of the Guard’s co-founders. The Guard, whose uniforms copy those of Hungary’s fascist party during World War II, has attacked Roma settlements and vilified Jews.

    2. In September 2008, two pro-Nazi parties won a third of the seats in Austria’s national election. Six months later, Austria’s main far-right party, the Future of Austria (BZÖ), won a landslide victory in regional elections in the state of Carinthia—taking 45 percent of the vote. As well as being anti-Semitic, both parties are anti-Islam.

    a. The head of the BZÖ, Stefan Petzner, has said he will not deviate “one millimeter” from the path of his predecessor, Jörg Haider, who led the party until his death in 2008. Haider admired SS soldiers as men of honor and once praised Hitler’s economic policies as being superior to those of the current Austrian government. He called Nazi concentration camps “punishment camps.” Spiegel Online reported that his popularity derived from his “constant, often xenophobic, attacks on immigration and his vocal opposition to accelerating European Union integration” (March 2, 2009).

    3. Elsewhere on the Continent, mainstream parties are enacting laws that would have once been seen as extreme. Switzerland banned the construction of new minarets after 57.5 percent of voters supported the measure in a national referendum. In Belgium, a ban on wearing the burka has just become law. France is considering a similar ban.

    4. For years, liberal European politicians have bent over backward to accommodate Muslims, who have migrated to the Continent in enormous numbers. Now, many Europeans are surveying the results of that policy and don’t like what they see. “f the 2008 economic crisis has revealed one thing,” wrote think tank Stratfor, “it is that nationalism is slowly becoming politically convenient, and a successful political strategy” (April 13).

    a. “We are witnessing a process in which the elite—once happily co-opted by EU solidarity—turns toward nationalism,” Stratfor continued. “We can therefore expect to see not only a rise in far-right nationalism, but also a reorientation of center-right parties … toward a more traditional nationalist platform.”

    b. Last year in Italy, for example, the mainstream center-right party, the People of Freedom bloc, merged with the pro-fascist National Alliance party, whose leaders have openly praised Benito Mussolini.
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    Unqualified post from you.
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