Saudi keeps ban on churches

I think we need more multiculturalism not less. Let us take a page from the Saudi play book and not allow any mosques to exist in the western world.

Why would we allow Nazi or Shinto community centers to exist all over Canada etc. and even publicly subsidize them above and beyond even tax free status, while Imperial Japan or Nazi Germany was busy destroying any institutions other than their own as quickly as possible as a matter of sate policy. In the future, assuming liberalism survives at all, people will look back stunned that we facilitated Islam the way we do. They will think we must have been staggeringly stupid just the way most people think the Crusaders were savage, intolerant and vicious as opposed to fighting a defensive war against a manifest-destiny Islam.


The Australian:

ULTRA-CONSERVATIVE Saudi Arabia will retain its longstanding ban on non-Muslim places of worship, Justice Minister Mohammed al-Issa said in comments reported by the Saudi media.

As Saudi Arabia is “home to the Muslim holy places, it does not allow the establishment of non-Muslim places of worship”, the Al-Hayat newspaper on Wednesday quoted Issa as telling European MPs in Brussels.

Saudi Arabia, home to the holy Kaaba – the cube-shaped structure at the Grand Mosque in Mecca towards which Muslims worldwide pray – has come in for repeated criticism for its ban on non-Muslim places of worship.

Although Saudi Arabia’s citizen population is Muslim, the kingdom is also home to millions of expatriates of various beliefs.

Unlike Saudi Arabia, the kingdom’s Gulf Arab neighbours allow the building of churches and the celebration of non-Muslim feasts.


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2 Replies to “Saudi keeps ban on churches”

  1. Oh, they’ll see us as stupid alright. We will go down in history as one of the most stupid generations that ever lived.

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