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Thanks to Democratic Laws We Will Invade You. Thanks to Religious Laws, We Will Dominate You.

Mosque in Dearborn, Michigan

Islam is apparently overtaking Catholicism in France. The implications for American society are tremendous. Based on a Judeo-Christian ethic, the United States obviously believes in freedom of religion, thus the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. But, are there limits on a “religion” that instead has its own laws for the regulation of society and government? We need only watch France (or the United Kingdom) for examples of things to come in the U.S. In a recent Hudson New York report, the number of practicing Islamists in France is outpacing practicing Catholics. According to the report:

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has implied that the construction of mosques and minarets actually is part of a strategy for the Islamization of Europe. Publicly repeating the words of a 1912 poem written by the Turkish nationalist poet Ziya Gökalp, Erdogan said: “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”

Reflecting on the retreat of Catholicism and the rise of Islam in France, Archbishop Giuseppe Bernardini, an Italian Franciscan who heads the Izmir archdiocese in Turkey, and who has lived in the Islamic world for more than 40 years, has recounted a conversation he once had with a Muslim leader, who told him: “Thanks to your democratic laws, we will invade you. Thanks to our religious laws, we will dominate you.”

Are we ready to honestly debate the role of Islam in America and the implications for our system of government and way of life? I don’t think so.

You can read the entire Hudson report here.

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