The Prime Minister of “moderate” Islamic Turkey said this recently of Islam:
“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the faithful our soldiers...this holy army guards my religion."
In essence, Minarets are the stamp of Islamic domination in an area, a symbol of local conquest in keeping with their supremacist ideology.
Meanwhile, Switzerland has legitimate concern with the proliferation of Islamic Minarets in their nation, with their Jihadi connotation. So much so that a referendum to ban construction of new Minarets throughout the country passed by a wide margin.
The predictable response from scholars in Saudi Arabia, a nation that absolutely forbids the construction of any Church or Synagogue, lambasted the referendum:
“This is another evidence of the West’s antagonism towards Islam. This is a clear evidence of the racial and religious segregation still prevails in the West, especially in a country, which boasts of an exemplary model of democratic ideals."
The audacity of fascist Muslims throwing out the phrase “democratic ideals.” This scenario is as worthy of the word “hypocrisy” as any I have observed. Of course, Muslims don’t see this as hypocrisy because they claim to possess the “one true religion” and it is their way or the highway to dhimmitude for those who disagree.