Last weekend a truly historical conference took place in Belgium. A conference where some of the worlds most knowledgable people on this moment of history gathered to try and establish a bulwark against the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s attempt to legislate Western nations’ established law enforcement agencies to swap out freedom of speech and genuine individual liberties, and replace them with, and enforce sharia based ones.
I will be posting some rather massive and clear evidence on this hopefully later on today or tonight. For the moment, I will post some of the speeches given by those who understand the threat and the methodology of the OIC, very possibly the defacto face of a resurfaced Caliphate, and its bed partner, the Ikhwan (Muslim Brotherhood.)
To start with, Prof. Hans Jansen. Those of you who followed the Geert Wilders trial may already be aware of him. He was one of the very few people that the Dutch Crown would allow to submit testimony (but not appear physically in court) for the defence.
That testimony, read by the judge as no actual witnesses were allowed to appear for Geert, is here.
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His biography below:
Prof. Dr Johannes J.G. Jansen (Amsterdam 1942) was Houtsma professor for Contemporary Islamic Thought in the Department of Arabic, Persian and Turkish at the University of Utrecht (The Netherlands) from 2003 till his retirement in 2008.
Dr Jansen taught Arabic and Islamic Studies at Leiden University from 1982 till May 2005. From early 1979 till the summer of 1982 he was director of the Dutch research center in Cairo, the Nederlands Instituut voor Arabische Studiën en Egyptische Archeologie. He also taught at Groningen University (1975-1979) and at Amsterdam University (1982).
He studied in Amsterdam (1960-1964), Cairo (1966-1967) and Leiden (1964-1968). He received degrees from the Theological Faculty of Amsterdam University (Biblical Hebrew and the History of Philosophy, 1961), the Amsterdam University Faculty of Arts (BA, Hebrew, Aramaic and Arabic, 1964) and the Leiden Faculty of Arts (MA, Arabic, Turkish, and History of the Middle East). He received a doctorate at Leiden in 1974. In Dutch he writes as ‘Hans Jansen’. In 2010 and 2011 he was witness for the defense in the trial against Geert Wilders. See also: www.arabistjansen.nl