Alex Charles, an American ex-pat living in Germany, has a warning for Americans about the radical Islamists taking over Germany.
“Today in Germany there are “No-Go zones” under Sharia law,” Charles says, “schools that have been forced to ban all pork meat, the elimination of traditional Christian holidays celebrated by German children, segregated swimming pools, and an increasing number of Muslims who refuse to see doctors of the opposite sex. Berlin opened Europe’s first clinic devoted to treating victims of female genital mutilation – a disturbing practice in Islamic society.”
As Muslims grow in number, through high birth rates and mass immigration, the results are always the same. The native culture, people, and civilization are annihilated and totally replaced by Islam and Sharia law, he adds.
Mr. Charles explains that it is a slow process but as the older civilization dies out, Muslims will replace them because of endless migration and very high birth rates among the Muslim populations.
The future is total annihilation and will not stop until society is 100% Muslim in his estimation.
It’s a stealth process and they are patient. Mohammed said, “They plot and scheme against you [Mohammed], and I plot and scheme against them. Therefore, deal calmly with the Kafirs [infidels] and leave them alone for a while.” (Koran 86:15)
Charles says it’s the same strategy that destroyed the Hindus in Pakistan, the Buddhists in Afghanistan, the Zoroastrians in Iran, the Coptic Christians in Egypt, and the Orthodox Christians in Turkey.
This strategy of jihad and Sharia law has led to the deaths of approximately 270 million non-Muslims and the total destruction of countless civilizations.
Turkey illustrates the gradual process of how a country that was once 100 percent Christian becomes mostly Muslim (today) (it’s actually about 98% Muslim). While Turkey is a secular country, churches have become mosques even when they could still be used as churches and they live with anti-Christian sentiment.
Those Christians live with the daily burden of de jure and de facto discrimination. Emblematic is the Halki Seminary, once a premier Orthodox center of learning, which has been closed by state edict for more than 40 years. In 2009, Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople told “60 Minutes” that Turkey’s Christians are second-class citizens “crucified” by a state that wants to see them die out. Read more here...