Part of the success (and I use that term rather loosely) of the Muslim community’s tight conformity to the brutal and extreme sharia is the vigilant policing by family, friends and neighbors, a “culture of denunciation.” Like the Communists, the Fascists, and the Socialists, it was the duty of every citizen to spy and report on their neighbors and report it to the Gestapo, the KGB, the Stasi, etc.
And so it is in Islam.
The media and academic elites worked furiously to stop any surveillance of jihad terror-linked mosques, but they say nothing of Muslims spying on Muslims to enforce the sharia with its attendant brutal punishments. And Facebook leaves these fatwas up — but blocks my content.
One of my terrified readers sent me this video:
Sweden: A woman in Gothenburg, Qamar Cleasson, who migrated from Somalia, spies on families in who converted to Christianity and shares the information with Islamic extremists abroad. She joined a Christian congregation to spy on these families. These Somalis now feel threatened and forced to go underground. At the same time the Swedish police say they “lack resources” and can not help them!
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