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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Iran's post-nuclear demands

With Iran and other Muslim countries threatening Switzerland over its ban on new minarets, Mordechai Kedar lists some possible demands that we might expect to see Iran making on Europeans (and maybe on the US with Obama in power) once Iran - God forbid - becomes a nuclear power.
One can only imagine what the Iranians shall be demanding of Europe once the possess nuclear weapons. Below are several possible examples.

* Cutting ties with Israel
* Cutting ties with the US, should it adopt a policy that contradicts Iranian interests
* Cutting ties with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Jordan
* Withdrawn European forces from Iraq and Afghanistan
* Recognizing Hamas instead of the PLO as the Palestinian people’s sole legitimate representative
* Recognizing Hezbollah as Lebanon’s representatives
* Granting a large number of work and immigration visas to Muslims
* Expelling Iranian opposition figures back to Iran
* Providing state funds for the building of mosques (with minarets, of course) and Islamic schools in any European city with a minimal number of Muslims
* Permitting Muslim women to wear a hijab (head cover), niqab (face cover) and burqa (full-body cover)
* A ban on alcohol sales in stores located at a 30-mile radius of the residence of the nearest Muslim
* An obligation to teach Islam in all European schools via a curriculum to be formulated by the Iranian embassy in every European state
Kedar has many more possible demands. Read the whole thing.

He then goes on to say this:
States ruled by Islamic ideologies view the atheist Europe as weak, depleted, and fatigued. They view it as lacking the motivation to protect the values of democracy it brought to the world. This weak image stirs the sense of Islamic authority in Iran and in Turkey that promotes their leaders to openly express their feelings: Christians, Jews and others may live, but under the wings of Islam, as their dhimmis (ahl al-dhimmah), as long as they adhere to their dictates.
Kedar then goes on to ask when Europe will awaken to their reality. Unfortunately, that will likely be never. But his description of the Islamic view of Europe's weakness is dead on.


At 1:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whats this I hear that you are banned at LGF?

At 1:32 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


Nearly four months ago.

I'm in good company.

At 2:45 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The American conservative website Free Republic has a thread that has confirmed Charles Johnson has finally broken company with fellow right-wing bloggers. That's been an open secret for some time now.


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