Some links on the wrecking of mosques and banning of islam from Angola

India Today(linked in earlier post)

African Globe:

African State Of Angola Bans Islam All Mosques To Be Destroyed.

By popular demand, Angolan authorities have taken pre-emptive action and decided to ban the Muslim religion, which they consider a cult, NOT a religion. They see what Muslims are doing to non-Muslims, especially in Africa, and are taking steps to prevent the same from happening in Angola.

Jihad Watch:


Las Vegas Guardian:

Thank you DP111 and Softly-Bob.



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16 Replies to “Some links on the wrecking of mosques and banning of islam from Angola”

  1. Iraq violence: Deadly blasts hit Baghdad and Mosul (BBC, Nov 25, 2013)
    “At least 27 people have been killed and dozens injured in a spate of bomb attacks across Iraq, officials say. In the deadliest attack, 16 people were killed by twin blasts near a cafe at an outdoor market in the central Sadriya district of the capital, Baghdad. Elsewhere, three civilians and a policeman died when a bomb exploded in a crowded street in the northern city of Mosul. Sectarian violence has surged across the country in recent months. The UN says 979 people – including 158 police and 127 military personnel – were killed in violent attacks in October. More than 6,500 civilians have died since January, the highest annual toll since 2008…”

  2. Won’t the West put sanctions on Angola for Human Rights violations? David Cameron and Barak Obama tell of Islam’s noble humanitarian goals, and inform their citizens Islam is a peaceful religion and ideology among them, halal being the best food to eat. They also promote same-sex marriage and Diversity where the most capable will not inherit the earth.

    Manchurian Candidates come to mind.

  3. Jihadwatch just posted story from Today’s International Business Times saying the Angolan government denies the story.

    Couldn’t help noticing the lack of general outrcy before the story denying it came out though.

    It could have been islamic propoganda, creating the illusion that islam is under attack. Even if the story is debunked it will leave the impression amongst musilms that Angola is “attacking islam” long after they have forgotten that the story was debunked.

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