Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Fulfilling the Prophecy

A few weeks ago, I posted a list of quotes from Muslim leaders calling for - or predicting - the Islamic conquest of Europe - often by specifically referring to an alleged prophecy of Muhammad's that the Muslims would conquer first Constantinople, and then Rome.

Next month, on April 10th, the Association of Italian Muslim Sisters will be holding a conference in London entitled "Fulfilling The Prophecy". As you can see from the banner on their website, above, AIMS takes great inspiration from the aforementioned prophecy:

As one of these signs, Imam Ahmad reports in his Musnad that Abdullah bin Amr bin Al-'As (ra) mentioned: "Whilst we were around the Prophet (saw) writing he was asked, 'Which of the two cities will be opened first, Constantinople or Rome?' He (the Prophet Muhammad) answered, 'The city of Heraclius will be opened first!'"

The Great Ottoman, Sultan Muhammad Fatih (rh) fulfilled the first part of this prophecy by conquering Constantinople. Thus, remains the second part. Having been forced out of Andalusia, and more recently, dispersed across the Balkan states, the city of Gaius Julius Caesar (Rome) remains. So let the da'wah [proselytisation] begin...

Note also the fact that at this conference, there will be "segregated seating". Thus it is quite clear that the form of Islam AIMS wishes to bring to Rome will not be in keeping with the Western conception of full equality between men and women, and will likely entail an accompanying political system, namely sharia law, which would inevitably supersede Italian (and eventually European) law.

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