Tja, man må jo antage, at EU og USA ønsker en stærkere islamisering af Syrien med sharialov, udryddelse af kristne, formummede kvinder og hele balladen. Det er de mål, Vesten (og Danmark) hidtil har realiseret i Libyen, Irak, Bosnien, Kosovo. Afghanistan var stærkt islamiseret i forvejen, her har man dog fået reduceret antallet af vantro betragteligt i den tid, de vestlige styrker har været til stede. Således er den sidste kirke nu blevet jævnet med jorden og Vestens soldater har fået pålagt sharia-adfærd for toiletbesøg. Man må ikke vende røven mod Mekka. Biblen er forbudt.
Vesten har via FN ydet mere eller mindre åbenlys støtte til Hizbollah i Libanon, der jo har et større antal kristne, man kan sætte ind imod. Det må vel være en del af planen? Med samt en svækkelse af eller et angreb på Israel, selvfølgelig. Så i Syrien vil Det Muslimske Broderskab, Al Qaeda og ligende vil jo nok få betragtelig vestlig opbakning. EU-landenes repræsentanter kan jo ikke ligefrem beskyldes for at være tilhængere af demokrati. Som iagttager kan man kun græmme sig. Jihad så langt øjet rækker – Sig månen langsomt hæver:
Syria’s Choice: Murderous Secular Regime or Islamic Fundamentalists
by Khaled Abu Toameh – November 4, 2011
As Syrian dictator Bashar Assad continues to slaughter his people, there are growing indications that the Islamists are increasing their efforts to replace his regime.
What started as a secular Facebook revolution against the Assad regime is now beginning to look more like a jihad [holy war] led by Muslim fundamentalists.
The Muslim Brotherhood is clearly seeking to hijack the anti-Assad protests, in both the political and military fields.
In the past few months, there have been many signs of a “return to Islam” in Syrian society. Large banners urging women to wear the hijab have appeared in Damascus and other main cities and many restaurants and hotels have stopped serving alcohol in keeping with Islamic law. This is in addition to the fact that many of the daily anti-Assad demonstrations are being launched from mosques, especially after Friday prayers.
Mere HER hos Hudson New York. Betragter månens bue, den kun er halv at skue:
Middle East Eclipsed
U.S. policymakers fear a “Shia crescent,” a regional alliance led by Iran. A dawning “Muslim Brotherhood crescent” is far more threatening.
By Lee Smith | November 2, 2011
Until January of this year, U.S. policymakers and American allies feared what Jordan’s King Abdullah II had dubbed the “Shia crescent.” The thinking was that as Iran’s power grew, this strategic alignment of hostile governments would stretch from the Islamic Republic of Iran, through its ally Syria, on to the newly empowered Shia majority in Iraq, and up to the shores of the eastern Mediterranean where it would reach Hezbollah in Lebanon. But that was before pro-American dictators started to fall like dominoes across the region. What we’re looking at now is what some, like historian Martin Kramer, have called a “Muslim Brotherhood crescent.”
Take a look at the map. In last week’s Tunisian elections, the Islamist al-Nahda Party, once outlawed, won 90 out of 217 seats. As goes Tunisia, so goes the Arab Spring. In Libya, several Islamist figures, some of them reportedly aligned with al-Qaida, seem likely to fill the vacuum left by Muammar Qaddafi’s death. In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, the region’s oldest Islamist movement, is prepared to compete for 50 percent of the country’s parliamentary seats in elections scheduled for later this month. The exact strength of the Islamist element in the ongoing Syrian uprising remains to be seen, but the contours of this new crescent are already becoming clear.
Mere HER i The Tablet.