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Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Tensions in Majorca

From Euro Weekly News:

THREE arrests were made at Palma’s main mosque in Calle Joan Mestre after police followed a North African suspect into the building. He was arrested together with the president of the Moslem Defence League and the mosque caretaker, both of whom had reportedly tried to prevent the police from entering the premises, saying that the sanctuary of a mosque should be respected in the same way as that of Christian churches and Jewish synagogues.

The Moslems claimed that the police had become violent and had used force in making the arrests. However, the police have a very different story to relate. They state they were following a man who had failed to stop when being flagged down on his motorcycle for a roadside check, and that he had taken refuge in the mosque.

On hearing of the incident, some 150 angry local Moslems protested outside the police station, saying that relations between the Islamic community and the security forces were now at an all-time low due to their holy site not being respected.

An internal enquiry is to be launched to establish exactly what happened during the incident.

Typical pandering from a European government displayed here with the investigation - I highly doubt that in this day and age a suspect would simply be left alone by the police because he ran into a church.

This is simply an attempt to give Muslims licence to break the law (more so) and intimidate the authorities.

2 comments:

DP111 said...

On hearing of the incident, some 150 angry local Moslems protested outside the police station, saying that relations between the Islamic community and the security forces were now at an all-time low due to their holy site not being respected.

Typical.

Meanwhile the Religion of peace continues to exhibit all the signs of tolerance that it is famed for.

The official death toll in the Gojra massacre now stands at eight. A 35-year-old man succumbs last night to injuries he sustained during the attack by Muslim fundamentalists. Rights activists and minority leaders believe the government condones such attacks by tolerating laws that punish offences against Islam. The Catholic Church of India and Geneva-based World Council of Churches express their solidarity with fellow Christians in Pakistan.

http://blog.echurchwebsites.org.uk/2009/08/04/pakistani-christians-gojra-pakistan-police-stop-carnage/

Islam is as Islam does.

WAKE UP said...

Isn't it interesting how often the words "Muslim" and "angry" appear in the same sentence. I suggest that "angry" be replaced with "ignorant and obsessed".