The Islamic State of Catalonia

The inevitable result of Catalan independence:

Catalonia has 7.5 million inhabitants, including an estimated 450,000 Muslims, who account for 6% of the total Catalan population. In some Catalan towns and cities, the Muslim population now reaches up to 40% of the population.

Today, however, Catalonia not only has the highest Muslim population in Spain, it is also one of the most Islamized regions of the country. (See here for a 45-minute documentary about the Islamization of Catalonia.)

In an effort to promote Catalan nationalism and the Catalan language, Catalonian pro-independence parties have deliberately promoted immigration from Arabic-speaking Muslim countries for more than three decades, in the belief that these immigrants (unlike those from Latin America) would learn the Catalan language rather than speak Spanish.

The thing with Islamic incursion is that they’ve known all the tricks since the incursion into Spain way back when and it’s been well documented. The move to ‘gerrymander’ so to speak, to create a mini-nation within a nation where their proportion is much higher overall, especially in towns, is to get that population over 10%, which is the point at which they generally go on the offensive.

The violence was pretty bad, supposedly – the press were given all the shots of police brutality and the Spanish government and courts do seem dumb but that’s not to say this independence should be given in this case, say we who are all for our own independence.

In our case, Brexit will hardly alter it seeing as many of the monsters are own homegrown variety in London and Scotland – they’ll still wreak their havoc but within the isles now, rather than on the continent as well.

11 comments for “The Islamic State of Catalonia

  1. dearieme
    October 7, 2017 at 11:03

    “they’ve known all the tricks since the incursion into Spain way back”: the idea that modern moslems are such a scholarly and well-read bunch that they know the tricks used in the 700s AD strikes me as richly comical.

    • October 7, 2017 at 12:08

      Let me clarify and qualify. If you mean Iftekhar A. Hai, director of interfaith relations for United Muslims of America Interfaith Alliance and people like him in the MCB today, they constantly bring in Ahmed, Musnad, Abu Dawud, Tirmizi, Sahih Bukhari, Surah 2:190-193, Ibn Khaldun who wrote:

      “In the Muslim community, the Holy war is a religious duty, because of the universalism of the (Muslim) mission and (the obligation to) convert everybody to Islam either by persuasion or by force. Therefore, caliphate and royal authority are united in (Islam), so that the person in charge can devote the available strength to both of them at the same.”

      … Ibn Kathir, Ibn Hazm and so on. True they quote only the bits they want to, just as the Church did from the chained bibles and the rabbis do with the Jewish kids.

      The Imams who dictate to the masses and the scholars they refer to are perfectly aware of the agenda and its historical roots, those gathering in the streets are also aware.

      Same with Jews going to synagogues and observing high days. Same with Christian high days although the west is rapidly losing this grounding. The notion of the unaware Muslim in these tension heightened times is risible as great effort is made to indoctrinate them from the Islamic and Persian classics.

      They know very well, they look at social media and monitor the infidel on Islam. This is the sort of thing discussed today:

      Modern Muslim scholars, historians, and exegetes have taken similar stances on jihad. Al-Buti reveals for us the following:

      “The verse (9:5) does not leave any room in the mind to conjecture about what is called defensive war. This verse asserts that Holy War, which is demanded in Islamic law, is not defensive war (as the Western students of Islam understand it) because it could legitimately be an offensive war. That is the apex and most honorable of all Holy wars”

      [M. Sa’id Ramadan Al-Buti, The Jurisprudence of the Biography, pp. 323-324]

      • Edward Spalton
        October 7, 2017 at 15:42

        In the mid Victorian era, a writer called George Borrow wrote a book called ” The Bible in Spain”. He was a colporteur – a smuggler – of Bibles in Spanish for a British Protestant missionary society. They were banned by Church and state at the time.
        It is ages since I read his account of travels in different parts of Spain but I remember clearly his account of crossing to the African shore where he met Muslims who were descendants of those expelled from Andalusia centuries before. He wrote that they had all kept the keys of their houses there, in expectation of return
        Borrow also claimed to have mastered the Romany language and wrote elsewhere of his travels and experiences amongst the gypsies.

        Coming more up to date. There was a move in Spain to apologise to the Jews who were also expelled from Spain and to offer a “Right of Return” to their surviving descendants. Naturally this provoked a similar demand from the much more numerous Muslims.

      • October 8, 2017 at 00:16

        I thought forced conversions were forbidden by Islam?

        • October 8, 2017 at 07:18

          That’s the thing, is it not? The contradictions in Islam.

        • sackersonwps
          October 8, 2017 at 08:36

          Very funny. I can’t remember which people it was that when conquered by an Islamic army was forced to put their heads through a thurlestone and if refusing the chance to convert had them cut off.

          • October 8, 2017 at 09:33

            Two Russians even today offered choice then executed.

    • October 7, 2017 at 14:37

      Comical, eh? Humour in a jugular vein.

  2. dearieme
    October 7, 2017 at 14:37

    A moslem acquaintance of mine, talking in private a couple of decades ago, told me that he thought the great bulk of his countrymen woefully stupid, and ignorant of pretty much everything, including history.

    Who to believe, eh?

  3. October 7, 2017 at 17:24

    Thank you so much for those. I look at it anew and try to sort it out in the mind, not from the rhetoric we see but from where the drivers of Islam say they’re going.

  4. Distant Relative
    October 8, 2017 at 09:11

    I suspect that there are Muslims who haven’t read their book or pay much heed to it just as there are Christians who haven’t read theirs (which irritates me enormously) and rely only on what the clergy spouts forth. Ditto Jews and their rabbis.

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