Try stopping the Muslim call to prayer in your neighborhood — any opposition to that nails-on-chalkboard incessant wail at 5 am is met with accusations of racism (Islam is not a race) and “islamophobia” (a euphemism for sharia enforcement).
In Europe, muezzins are replacing church bells. That’s reality.
From Google translate of article in Italian:
GENOA, ISLAMICS WANT TO SILENCE THE BELLS: BISHOP STOPS … WE ARE REALLY AT THE END OF THE TIMES!
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January 9, 2018, Fine Tempi Dei: (thanks to Alexandre):
The first step of Islamization in the countries of the Near East, which were once Christians, was to silence the bells. Then the crosses disappeared. And finally came the rest.
We are at the first stage. And Muslims use our laws on secularism. So they will do as long as they are a minority.
So it happens in Genoa, the district of Sampierdarena, that Muslims demand that the church bells be silent. We are not yet the Muslims who shoot them down like in Syria (photo), but we are not even very far.
“Before Christmas we received a letter from a lawyer who, in the name of his client, ordered to stop the bells of the church of the Blessed Sacrament,” said Fr Michele De Santis, the Chancellor of the Curia, ” so we advised the parish priest to stop them. ». Moreover, the bishop of Genoa is known to promote Islamization through the lucrative business of hospitality.
But it is not the noise that disturbs the Muslims. The church bells in Via Luigi Carlo Farini, in fact, are just five (the bell ringers teach that they need at least 8 to make a real concert) and small. However, the Holy Sacrament does not beat the hours like the others: the first notes of a religious song of Eucharistic adoration ring out.
And this is not tolerable for Muslims. Which gave a mandate to one of them to appeal.
The local newspaper writes:
“We know that he is a foreigner, an Islamic,” says first Joseph Defendini, one of the parishioners. And the identikit takes shape in the story of the neighborhood. A Muslim, however, who chose a Muslim lawyer too, so the Curia gave instructions that for days the bells would be played only before and after Mass.
We do not know if the request or behavior of the Curia is more serious.
But meanwhile the residents, the Italians left, do not give up: “Hands off our bells, they tried to remove them and they did not succeed, but we will defend them”. In Sampierdarena, hundreds of people have already taken to the field to defend the tolling of the bell tower of “their” church, threatened by Islamization. And from the ignorance of the bergogliani.
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