Islam to become Ireland’s second religion by 2043 by Ralph Riegel, Irish Independent

Dear Ralph,

What are you doing writing an article about mosques in Dublin when we expect you to be giving us the story from Lee side? This is obviously a stocking filler, as it is completely based on conjecture and is going to get the recycling prize for 2013.

It is very true that Gerry Gannon is trying to off load a property on the northside of Dublin which has a bus to it and a Dart station, but up till now we have shown that there is no evidence that any mosque is about to be built. We have sought evidence from those involved like Abdul Haseeb who is supposed to be the project manager? Continue reading

Two murdered and 15 charged as discrimination against Ahmadis continues unabated

PAKISTAN: Two murdered and 15 charged as discrimination against Ahmadis continues unabated

Asian Human Rights Commission – Statement Continue reading

Ahmadis now get a lash of the incitement whip. Mujahid Egan stop acting the maggot!

Mujahid Egan:

We live in a Republic and expect Irish Citizens to respect our constitution. A few weeks ago you made a vitriolic attack on the Jewish community, now you are having a go at the Ahmadis a minority group who Muslims like you regard as worthy of death. To summarise if I could only get my hands on them in another jurisdiction I would have their heads cut off. We as you know do not debate the truth claims of Religions or various interpretations of Islam. Rather we look at the cultist tendencies and attitudes which we find in the statement by you below. This seems to us to be an incitement to religious hatred. We will defend your right to disagree with the Ahmadis, and would contest their view of Christianity but here you have gone too far again….

“We remind Muslims that there is no love for those who are renegades and apostates, only the sword within the Islamic state and within non-Muslim lands harsh condemnation and disavowal until repentance is made and Tawheed is affirmed.” Continue reading


A New book by L. Wikström

This book, called “Nyandligt” i.e. “New Spirituality”, is part of the Lutheran World Federation’s program on New Religious Movements. Since 1971 the author has worked as a secretary for Press and Literature on the staff of the Church of Sweden Mission. Before that he was for seventeen years a minister in the Diocese of Lulea, “the Diocese in the North” of Sweden. Continue reading

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