Sharia supersedes all manmade laws. This is the Islamic precept of hakimiyyah – the principle of Allah’s exclusive power and right to govern, legislate, and pass judgement. The power to legislate and judge is a unique right of Allah, making anyone who legislates on his own guilty of usurping divine power and substituting himself for Allah.
And this is what makes Muslims as an immigrant group different than any other immigrant group. Muslims are the only immigrant group that comes to Western countries with a ready-made model of society and government (sharia) that they believe to be superior to what we have here, and they work to institute it. So this is going to keep on happening, until someone, somewhere, says, “No more accommodation. We’re going to stand up for our own principles.” American businesses should start saying that now.
So for these new political Islamic parties — it is only a manner of time. A demographic time bomb, that is. Soon their numbers will overwhelm the ballot boxes. Give it a generation.
Even Trevor Phillips, the former chief of Britain’s Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), admitted that the path the West has been on for years is a catastrophic failure. Muslims won’t assimilate and become loyal Britons.
Phillips wrote: “For a long time, I too thought that Europe’s Muslims would become like previous waves of migrants, gradually abandoning their ancestral ways, wearing their religious and cultural baggage lightly, and gradually blending into Britain’s diverse identity landscape. I should have known better.” Instead, he wrote, Muslims are creating “nations within nations” in the West.
There are some interesting pull quotes in this article about political Islam parties rising in Europe but the author shows her ignorance when speaking of far right and “neo-Nazi groups in Germany and the United States” – Nazis were far left, not far right, and let’s be frank, pose little threat today save for the outer fringe. And what is far-right anyway? Opposing jihad terror and sharia is now considered far-right. Sorry, I will not accede that ground. It is patently false. “Far right” is the new dyphemism for patriotism or national right parties.
Europe’s Rising Islam-Based Political Parties
by Abigail R. Esman, April 24, 2017:
For the past several months, eyes across the world have been trained on the growing far-right movements sweeping Europe and America — from the neo-Nazi groups in Germany and the United States, to the increasing popularity of France’s National Front.
Ms. Esman is adopting into left-wing smear narratives with this smear of patriotic and freedom movements.
But another, far less noticed — but sometimes equally-radical movement — is also emerging across Europe: the rise of pro-Islam political parties, some with foreign support from the Muslim world. And the trend shows no sign of stopping.
Holland’s Denk (“Think”) party, established and led by two Turkish immigrants, is among the most significant. Denk won three seats in the Dutch parliament last month, becoming the country’s “fastest-growing” new party, according to the Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad.Its platform is to replace ideas of integration with “mutual acceptance” — a charming but antiquated idea in a culture where one group accepts gay marriage and the other is taught that homosexuals should be shoved off of tall buildings. It also proposes the establishment of a dedicated “anti-racism” police force.While not the first of such Islamic parties in European politics, Denk’s March 15 election victory has made it an inspiration to others. Islamist parties now see a new chance for success, while political aspirants across Europe are making plans to start similar parties of their own…