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Bulgarian Parliament moves to Criminalize Radical Islam” and Promotion of Sharia and the Caliphate

Dec 9, 2017 9:58 am By Christine Douglass-Williams 10 Comments

 

The Bulgarian parliament has moved to criminalise the promotion of radical Islam, including advocating a caliphate, religious violence, and sharia law.
 
Kudos to Bulgaria for tackling political Islam head on and making the important point that the “change in law was not aimed at targeting a religion but a dangerous ideology.”
 

 As stated by UP Member of Parliament Boris Yachev:

 

Radical Islam is a particularly aggressive and dangerous ideology that justifies violence and the murder of [infidels]
 

The article goes on to say that Yachev was “insisting it also excused ‘slavery and genocide’ as a ‘systemic policy.’”
 
Yachev’s words are not difficult to grasp, but many will refer to such truths as “Islamophobic.” The only notable issue in the quote is that Yachev is not “insisting” anything of his own accord. What he describes is in plain black and white in the Quran and Sunnah.
 
Of course not all Muslims live in accordance with such texts, but those texts are there, and adhered to by enough Muslims to require Western governments to take action to protect their culture and citizens against those who adhere to them.
 
Promoting any ideology of violence or one threatening the law and constitution of the nation could be punishable with one to five years in jail and a fine of around £2,000, the Bulgarian newspaper Dnevnik reports.
 
Bulgaria should be congratulated, and should serve as a model nation in its recognition of the Islamic ideology. That ideology is indeed invoked by those committing jihad attacks, as well as by those practicing female genital mutilation, sex slavery, the persecution of infidels and apostates, the murder of gays and the like. 
 
Let’s also hope that Bulgaria researches and take a further step to outlaw stealth jihad groups that are found to have ties to recognized terrorist organizations (such as unindicted co-conspirators to terrorism). For example, even the United Arab Emirates deemed the “unindicted co-conspirator” CAIR to be a terrorist entity. These stealth organizations also shield jihadists by means of their incessant victimology narrative and promotion of the word “Islamophobia” to beat down legitimate criticism of Islam.
 
“The Bulgarian parliament has moved to criminalise the promotion of radical Islam, including advocating a caliphate, religious violence, and sharia law”, by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, December 7, 2017:
 
The Bulgarian parliament has moved to criminalise the promotion of radical Islam, including advocating a caliphate, religious violence, and sharia law.
The legislature adopted the amendments to the nation’s criminal code aimed at tackling radical Islam on their first reading this Wednesday.
 
They were proposed by a nationalist electoral alliance called the United Patriots (UP).
Promoting any ideology of violence or one threatening the law and constitution of the nation could be punishable with one to five years in jail and a fine of around £2,000, the Bulgarian newspaper Dnevnik reports.
 
UP Member of Parliament Boris Yachev told the paper that the change in law was not aimed at targeting a religion but a dangerous ideology.
 
“Radical Islam is a particularly aggressive and dangerous ideology that justifies violence and the murder of [infidels],” he said, insisting it also excused “slavery and genocide” as a “systemic policy”. [NOTE: Why "radical Islam" and not just "Islam"? As Turkish president Erdogan has said, "Islam is Islam, and that's it!"]
 
His party proposed a legal definition of radical Islam, which, according to the law’s parliamentary reading, includes “when a person is agitating for the creation of an Islamic State [or caliphate]”.[NOTE: This is standard Islam.]
 
Other tenets are promoting religious law over secular law, the “forcible application of religious principles”, advocating violence including “sacred war against non-Muslims [jihad]”, and recruiting people into Islamist terrorism.
 
In June 2016, the Bulgarian parliament voted with a large majority to become the third European nation to ban the Islamic full-face veil, or burqa, finalising the law in September with a fine of around £90.
 
As a legacy of almost 500 years of Ottoman Turkish rule, Bulgaria has one of the biggest Muslim minorities in Europe at about 12 per cent of its 7.1 million population, Reuters reports.
 
Speaking in October of this year, Deputy Prime Minister Krasimir Karakachanov said: “It turns out that problems [with radical Islam] we see in a number of European countries already exist in Bulgaria.”
 
He claimed that “extremely liberal” laws were allowing the spread of more radical strains of Islam in education and training. [NOTE: This is dangerously misguided. Islam is the belief system based on the Koran and the sayings of Muhammad. The belief system is what it is. It does not come in radical or non-radical strains. ]

“It is mostly the… financing by private structures of religious communities that attempt to realise political influence in the country,”….

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