These stories never make it to the English-speaking media, for obvious reasons. They will not report on any news that reflects poorly on Islam. Self-enforcing sharia in the mainstream.
The destruction of the religious symbols and icons of unbelievers is a religious imperative in Islam, the notorious religion of peace. There are centuries of precedents in Islamic history. The Dome of the Rock, Hagia Sophia, tens of thousands of Hindu temples, etc.
In any number of youtube videos, Muslims are screaming, “Break the cross that belongs to those dogs,” he uses the same classical Arabic phrase – “break the cross’ (the Arabic root is k.s.r ‘break’) — which is found in a famous hadith (tradition) about Jesus — understood in Islam to be a Muslim prophet — who will return to the earth as a cross-destroying enforcer of Islamic Sharia law:
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Narrated Abu Huraira: “Allah’s Apostle said, ‘By Him in Whose Hands my soul is, surely [Jesus,] the son of Mary will soon descend amongst you and will judge mankind justly [as a Just Ruler]; he will break the cross and kill the pigs and there will be no jizya [i.e. no taxation taken from non Muslims: because they will all be forced to convert to Islam]. …'”
(Sahih al-Bukhari: The Book of the Stories of the Prophets. 4:60:3448.)
This phrase ‘break the cross’ is religious and ritualistic in its overtones, invoking the canon of Islam. It is like a Christian saying ‘forgive us our trespasses’ in reference to the Lord’s Prayer. This is a clear reference to the words of Muhammad, and invokes his authority for the deed being performed. (Mark Durie)
Man beating on Jesus cross – VIDEO
By Unsertirol24.com• May 9, 2017
On the evening of the Montagnes, a man raged at the parsonage of St. Marein, in the district of Graz. Several witnesses alerted the police after the man damaged several sacred objects.
The 37-year-old from the Weiz district snapped at the parsonage of St. Marein. He tore several artistically designed windors from the anchoring and thereby damaged several flower pots. Then he struck a cross and Jesus figure with a wooden stick and destroyed it. Then, with one of the organ pipes, he smashed the two glass doors of the rectory.
The detectives, who had been informed by witnesses, overwhelmed the raging man and took him. He was admitted to a hospital.
The amount of material damage has not yet been determined. According to the police, however, it should be well over 15,000 euros.
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