Monday, September 12, 2011

Greece is now a dhimmi nation

Taxpayer dollars are going to be used to build a mega-mosque in Athens.  I am sure the ancient Greeks would not have even allowed Muslims to live in Greece, let alone allow a mosque to be built alongside the Parthenon, Coliseum or temple of Athena.

Once you allow Islam to gain a foothold, and a mega-mosque is a significant achievement for Muslims, the demand for more concessions and agitation for sharia increases.  Greece is soon to fall, and they will have financed their own demise.

From Hudson New York September 12 by Soeren Kern

Greece to Build First Official Mega-Mosque in Athens  

The Greek Parliament has approved a controversial plan to build a taxpayer-funded mega-mosque in Athens.
The move comes amid thinly veiled threats of violence by thousands of Muslim residents of the city who have been pressuring the government to meet their demands for a mosque or face an uprising.

The September 7 vote to speed up construction of the first official mosque in Athens –- the only capital in the European Union without a state-funded mosque -– was supported by 198 out of 300 deputies from the left, right and center.

The mosque plan was included in an environment ministry bill regulating illegal construction. The plan calls for renovating an existing state building –- on a disused navy base- – in the industrial district of Votanikos near the center of Athens.

The plan commits the Greek government (by way of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs) to pay for the construction of a temporary mosque which will be built within the next six months. A larger 1,000 square meter (3,300 square feet) mosque with enough space for 500 worshippers at a time will be built in the same area by the end of 2012, at an estimated cost of around €16 million ($21 million).

The announcement comes as massively indebted Greece battles a growing recession that has left nearly one million Greeks out of work. Greece recently needed a €110 billion ($146 billion) three-year bail-out package to rescue the embattled economy from bankruptcy.

Officially, Greece has a Muslim population of around 500,000, mostly of Turkish origin. But in recent years, tens of thousands of Muslims have migrated to Greece from Africa, the Maghreb [North Africa], the Middle East and Central and Southeast Asia.

Cheap Muslim labor becomes Islamic agitation, as we have seen across Europe recently.   If only the Greek government had learned the lessons of the past. 

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