Christians in Italy had to submit to the will of visiting Muslims when government officials, in order not to offend the followers of Islam, acquiesced and removed a Christmas tree from the city of Bolzano.
The mayor of the Italian town of Castenaso, Stefano Sermenghi, decided to place a small rubber boat at the center of the manger scene in order to draw attention to the plight of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea into Europe.
Italy has been a hotbed of migrant activity, with growing frequencies of clashes between those coming to the country and police. But now, one small town with only seven inhabitants is being told to take in 80 migrants.
The family of Maurizio Gugliotta, a 52-year-old ex-factory work stabbed to death at a second-hand market in Turin Sunday morning, on Monday appealed against attempts to “use our pain…to become a banner for people to go on to the media preaching hate and racism”.
A couple who kissed outside a mosque in Rome were attacked by a Malyasian migrant who apparently told them, before he attacked: “You can’t kiss in front of the mosque.” Oh, the sense and sensibilities of following Allah.
Italy on Monday deported a 37-year-old Moroccan who exulted in jail after Tunis’s Bardo Museum terror attacks and said it would be easy for him to carry out attacks in the Vatican and poison Rome’s drinking water.
It is the conflict of our age, yet no one dares talk about it. The true story of the Islamic Supremacist war on free speech as told by those on the front lines fighting for our First Amendment rights,
Pamela Geller tells her own story of how she became one of the world's foremost activists for the freedom of speech,
individual rights, and equality of rights for all. "It's my story, it's what happens when someone fights for freedom in America today,"
Today Islamic supremacists are demanding more accommodation of Islamic principles
and practices than ever, and daily growing more aggressive in eroding our freedoms – with politically
correct public officials only too happy..