Faye, Guillaume. Convergence of Catastrophes

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Faye, Guillaume. Convergence of Catastrophes
« on: April 05, 2017, 07:07:35 PM »
Islam is first and foremost a political and social doctrine. ‘Islam has always been political. The only form of political organisation known to Muslims is the Islamic state.’ The author adds that Arab nationalism, an ephemeral form imported from the West, is dead. Sarkozy should think seriously about these honest and lucid statements: ‘Whether it shocks people or not, the fact that Muslims can declare that the Qur’an overrides the laws of the French Republic is perfectly correct in Islam. The efforts of Muslims who hope to reconcile Islam and secularism are futile.’ And now the confession of the will to conquer Europe: ‘Muslims cannot find themselves in non-Muslim countries without apprehending it as a territory where Islamic laws ought to prevail. There is France’s problem in a nutshell.’ Let us mention also this extraordinary passage, where our learned professor associates himself with Bin Laden and so wrings the neck of the absurd thesis of the ‘two Islams’, one moderate, the other fanatical: ‘On 3 November 2001, Bin Laden declared to the Al Jazeera network, “Under no circumstances should we forget this enmity between us and the infidels, for the enmity is based on creed.” Unfortunately he was right.’ Ibn-Guadi is neither a terrorist nor an extremist, but a respected professor with a salary from the French state. He is putting his cards on the table. Let us thank him for admitting to us that that his ‘faith’ has declared war on us. * * * Our Islamophile intellectuals and politicians are going to be really annoyed once more. The daily Sydney Morning Herald[ 65] got hold of a secret 44-page manual published by Jemaah Islamiyah (a Southeast Asian Islamist network based in Indonesia) entitled General Guide to the Struggle. There we read: ‘[ We have] love of jihad (holy war) in the path of God and love of dying as a martyr… [Our enemies are] satanic demons and satanic humans.’ The objective is to carry Islam ‘to the four corners of the Earth’. There is no question here of ‘defending’ poor Muslims ‘under attack by the Judaeo-Crusaders’. The manual describes a worldwide organisation of terrorist combat structures, and explains how to plan attacks and communicate secretly. It


Islamic state. Arab Muslims have understood very well that there are no worse fanatics than European converts, who are animated by the ‘zeal of the convert’ – collaborators, who are often recruited by extremist movements. * * * A report of Renseignements Généraux[ 67] of 5 August 2003 indicates that the department[ 68] of Essonne is a hotbed of fanatic Muslim pietism, the Tablighi Jamaat movement. This group is supposed to promote conversion, but also propagate Islamist vocations, i.e., terrorists, and is very well represented at the Fleury-Mérogis prison. Of the prison’s 3,600 male prisoners, 1,000 are foreigners who have emigrated from Muslim countries and 80 are Islamists incarcerated for terrorism, who devote themselves to proselytising and recruiting. It is also reported that in this department (and therefore also elsewhere) ‘converts represent a worrying phenomenon that is rapidly expanding’ and are fertile ground for growing extremism. ‘If one refers to the national studies estimating about 30,000 to 50,000 converts in the whole territory’, there would be 2,000 in Essonne alone. The Islamic Centre of Évry-Courcouronnes ‘claims two to three conversions a week’. The figures come to one a day for the province (20 times the number of Muslim conversions to Christianity), and these converts for the most part ‘have been immersed in Christian culture and education’. Are they dangerous? The answer is, ‘converts, already thoroughly immersed in the Tablighi’s religious fanaticism, constitute a breeding pond where Islamist jihadists come to fish . . . conversion to Islam of fragile individuals undoubtedly involves a risk of terrorist drift’. Are they potential ‘bagmen’?[ 69] ‘Converts are all the more appreciated by radicals because their French nationality makes it easier for them to cross borders, to serve as puppets and to supply logistical support.’ Converts were acting inside the Beghal terrorist network, which was fortunately dismantled just in time before it could commit a suicide attack against American interests in Paris...

Islamic state. Arab Muslims have understood very well that there are no worse fanatics than European converts, who are animated by the ‘zeal of the convert’ – collaborators, who are often recruited by extremist movements.

A report of Renseignements Généraux[ 67] of 5 August 2003 indicates that the department[ 68] of Essonne is a hotbed of fanatic Muslim pietism, the Tablighi Jamaat movement. This group is supposed to promote conversion, but also propagate Islamist vocations, i.e., terrorists, and is very well represented at the Fleury-Mérogis prison. Of the prison’s 3,600 male prisoners, 1,000 are foreigners who have emigrated from Muslim countries and 80 are Islamists incarcerated for terrorism, who devote themselves to proselytising and recruiting. It is also reported that in this department (and therefore also elsewhere) ‘converts represent a worrying phenomenon that is rapidly expanding’ and are fertile ground for growing extremism. ‘If one refers to the national studies estimating about 30,000 to 50,000 converts in the whole territory’, there would be 2,000 in Essonne alone. The Islamic Centre of Évry-Courcouronnes ‘claims two to three conversions a week’. The figures come to one a day for the province (20 times the number of Muslim conversions to Christianity), and these converts for the most part ‘have been immersed in Christian culture and education’. Are they dangerous? The answer is, ‘converts, already thoroughly immersed in the Tablighi’s religious fanaticism, constitute a breeding pond where Islamist jihadists come to fish . . . conversion to Islam of fragile individuals undoubtedly involves a risk of terrorist drift’. Are they potential ‘bagmen’?[ 69] ‘Converts are all the more appreciated by radicals because their French nationality makes it easier for them to cross borders, to serve as puppets and to supply logistical support.’ Converts were acting inside the Beghal terrorist network, which was fortunately dismantled just in time before it could commit a suicide attack against American interests in Paris.[



Faye, Guillaume. Convergence of Catastrophes (Kindle Locations 1243-1260). Arktos. Kindle Edition. 


A report of Renseignements Généraux[ 67] of 5 August 2003 indicates that the department[ 68] of Essonne is a hotbed of fanatic Muslim pietism, the Tablighi Jamaat movement. This group is supposed to promote conversion, but also propagate Islamist vocations, i.e., terrorists, and is very well represented at the Fleury-Mérogis prison. Of the prison’s 3,600 male prisoners, 1,000 are foreigners who have emigrated from Muslim countries and 80 are Islamists incarcerated for terrorism, who devote themselves to proselytising and recruiting. It is also reported that in this department (and therefore also elsewhere) ‘converts represent a worrying phenomenon that is rapidly expanding’ and are fertile ground for growing extremism. ‘If one refers to the national studies estimating about 30,000 to 50,000 converts in the whole territory’, there would be 2,000 in Essonne alone. The Islamic Centre of Évry-Courcouronnes ‘claims two to three conversions a week’. The figures come to one a day for the province (20 times the number of Muslim conversions to Christianity), and these converts for the most part ‘have been immersed in Christian culture and education’. Are they dangerous? The answer is, ‘converts, already thoroughly immersed in the Tablighi’s religious fanaticism, constitute a breeding pond where Islamist jihadists come to fish . . . conversion to Islam of fragile individuals undoubtedly involves a risk of terrorist drift’. Are they potential ‘bagmen’?[ 69] ‘Converts are all the more appreciated by radicals because their French nationality makes it easier for them to cross borders, to serve as puppets and to supply logistical support.’ Converts were acting inside the Beghal terrorist network, which was fortunately dismantled just in time before it could commit a suicide attack against American interests in Paris.[

Faye, Guillaume. Convergence of Catastrophes (Kindle Locations 1246-1260). Arktos. Kindle Edition. 


Many European mosques are really propaganda centres for civil war and holy war aimed at conquering Europe, as well as diffusing a constant defence of Islamic terrorism. And they are authorised, with the most complete blindness, by the European authorities. In Great Britain, the bastion of Islamism in Europe, a figure of ‘British Islam’, Abu Hamza al-Masri,[ 71] who, according to the Americans, is linked to terrorist networks, is the guru of the Grand Mosque (with a seating capacity of 1,500) in Finsbury Park in north-central London. He openly preaches jihad, and his Friday sermons are sold on cassettes and transmitted into every Muslim country through the Internet. Here are examples of some of his remarks: ‘It is the duty of every Muslim to fight every law that is not inspired by God [therefore only shariah is valid, not European law]; we must fight every kuffar [non-Muslim], without distinction, and there will be a special reward and a privileged place in paradise for those who volunteer to fight, while Muslims who stay at home without fighting will have only a small place.’ This information, which is in perfect agreement with the Qur’an, pulverises the belief in a difference between a ‘peaceful’ Islam and an ‘aggressive Islamism’. The following comes from other speeches by Abu Hamza: ‘I do not preach Islam as the West would like it to be, but as God wants it to be. Some imams want to “moderate” Islam in order to please the West, but not me. I expound Islam as it is, that is, fighting against the West. . . . I do not belong to Bin Laden’s networks, but I share some of their views. My sympathies and my prayers go to the Taliban and that is not a crime.’[ 72] Some Muslim regimes (which are treated as impious tyrannies by Abu Hamza) have asked the British authorities to forbid Abu Hamza from preaching. Obviously in vain . . . At the same time, the British simultaneously support Bush’s crusade against the ‘axis of evil’ and authorise activities on their soil of the advance guard of the worldwide jihad. This is suicidal.

Faye, Guillaume. Convergence of Catastrophes (Kindle Locations 1262-1282). Arktos. Kindle Edition. 


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