Skip to comments.Hamburg mosque may have violated anti-hate contract
Posted on 09/23/2012 10:53:57 AM PDT by george76
House of prayer operators participate in march calling for Israels destruction.
The Imam Ali Mosque in Hamburg, widely considered by experts in Germany and abroad the long arm of Irans regime in the Federal Republic, appears to have violated the spirit and perhaps the terms of its contractual partnership with the city of Hamburg.
The mosque and its parent organization are said to have mobilized anti-Israel activists to call for the destruction of the Jewish state.
Hamburg has the largest German-Iranian and Iranian community in the Federal Republic. The northern city is believed to have the second largest European Iranian community.
The Imam Ali Mosque has raised eyebrows over the years, largely because the center advances the anti-Semitism of the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, including selling anti-Jewish literature in the IZH building.
Dr Wahied Wahdat-Hagh, a German-Iranian expert on the Islamic Republic, told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday that IZH is directly under the control of the leader Ali Khamenei and for a period of time adhered to German laws, but then continued to work clandestinely. And that is the real scandal, he said.
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They should “magically” transform this monstrosity into a nice car park. After a bit of cleanup, of course.
Basically, Muslims do want they want. And why shouldn’t they? Everyone is afraid of them..
This is a group the krauts would well be within their right to start kicking around. The worthless Saracen bastards are always itching for a fight, the Germans should give them one.
And what, pray tell, do the sensitive Germans intend to do about this Muslim cancer in Hamburg? Crickets.
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