Swiss party drives through urban centers making fake call to prayer

This is brilliant. Someone needs to do this through every single city and town in the Western world and now before we have to hear this and have no more choice in the matter. Full kudos to whoever had the brains and massive gonads to think of, and execute this bit of genius.

From Islam in Europe:

Geneva: Fake call to prayer, mosque attacked

Geneva: Fake call to prayer, mosque attacked

As it turns out, the anti-minaret vote coincides with the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha.


For the second time in the past ten days, two weeks before the anti-minaret vote, the Petit-Saconnex mosque (Geneva), filed a complaint by the police.

On Saturday, Nov. 7th, the residents were woken up at 7AM by a call to prayer organized by the right-wing group Jeunes identitaires genevois (JIG). The call was made through a megaphone mounted on a car (JIG video here).

JIG chose Saturday since the Muslims organized an open day in mosques across Switzerland that day.

JIG justified their action, saying they needed to inform the people. “We want to show that in case the initiative is rejected, we’re de-facto accepting that in a few years such calls will echo in Switzerland,” they told Swiss newspaper Le Matin.

This past Saturday night, the local mosque was pelted with stones. The windows, shutters, wooden door and granite dome of the entrance were broken, said the imam of the Islamic Cultural Center, Youssef Ibram. Ibram said that the police took away several kilos of stones in order to check for fingerprints and DNA.

This is the first time in 30 years that the mosque has been vandalized, the imam said. He linked it to both the fake muezzin call and to the minaret vote initiative.

The mosque hired a security guard to guard the mosque at night.

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2 Replies to “Swiss party drives through urban centers making fake call to prayer”

  1. The call at 7:00 AM didn’t take place as early as it might on a summer day, when it can start being blasted at 4:00 AM… This is one more thing that should be noted. In addition to it, as evidenced by the nerve of ramadan drummers in NYC last summer, mahoundians start making noise to wake people up for their fasting madness one to one-and-a-half hour before that actual call is made. Therefore, mad enthusiasm for multiculturalism and mahoundianism might end up getting people awake in the West every single day between 2:30 AM and 3:00 AM for a whole month when mahoundians embark on their purposeless and unhealthy* metabolism-slowing post-dusk binge-eating sessions.

    *An article from ANSAMED from last summer actually mentioned a 70%+ drop in the already-low productivity in A-rab countries, an increase in heart and kidney disease and an obvious increase in violence and crime during ramadan; but, instead of taking advantage of such facts to question whether or not mahound’s imaginary alter-ego allah actually exists (as though the endless list of failures of mahoundian societies weren’t enough reason for it for the rest of the year), mahoundians continue to bury their heads up their asses and delude themselves about the non-existing greatness of their 7th-century inbred bedouin savage sick cult.


    With such songs and concepts Christians grew up, (“Dear dhild Jesus, you who is so good come soon to us” …) and therefore it is “understandable” (even if not acceptable) the understanding that Swiss (Christians) people show toward Islam, almost ignoring its true nature and its History, or simply “not believing” its gruesomeness is true. Christians believe in Good, and (they believe) everyone is good …. Utopia and illusions, a very good prey for Islamic people, who like to deceive their “enemy” and to practice their (bloody) taqiyya. When someone rationally reacts to this ingenuousness, then he/she’ll be labeled as racist/islamophobic/xeno-phobic/whatever.

    The singer (a blind man) stated that he’s a Catholic believer, but he realizes believing is more a matter of calming oneself down (believing in a God, in a Heaven, reassures …. One needs to be much braver not to believe (in Religion) rather than believe (in it).

    Love Bocelli.

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