Feb 6 2012
Muslims want to turn the most famous arena, the Coliseum, into a giant mosque. In fact, some cities in Spain now look more like the Middle East. Muslims, who once ruled most of nation, are returning in large numbers.
CBN In the city of Salt, Muslims already make up 40 percent of city residents and will soon be the majority. But the city government has pushed back, placing a one-year hold on a large mosque project funded by radical Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia. But the number of Muslims in Salt is increasing so rapidly, it is now only a matter of time before Muslims will be running the city.
Immigration or Invasion? In the 7th century, Muslim armies conquered most of Spain, calling it Al-Andulus. They would not be completely expelled for 700 years, the year Columbus discovered the new world.
Now Muslims are returning, and polls suggest they are not returning to be Spaniards. A Pew survey found that 7 out of 10 Muslims in Spain think of themselves as Muslim rather than Spaniards.
“Plataforma x Catalunya,” or Platform for Catalonia, was the first political party to take the Muslim surge seriously. But in politically correct Spain, Platform for Catalonia is denounced as racist and xenophobic.
Platform leader Joseph Anglada said his party is against uncontrolled immigration and what they say are immigrants who do not want to be a part of Spain. “Muslim immigrants are not here to adapt,” Anglada said. “They’re here to conquer.”
‘Mysterious’ Dog Poisonings: In the city of Lleida, someone is poisoning dogs. Before the poisonings, Muslims were trying to get city government to ban dogs from public transport and public areas because they consider dogs unclean. “What happened was, all of a sudden, one day, 12 to 14 animals showed up dead.
Muslim Asslifters can be seen fouling the streets of Spain, too.
Spaniards Disappearing: There are reportedly more than 100 radical Wahhabi mosques in Spain. And two radical Muslim TV channels from the Middle East are now broadcasting into Spain.
And just as Muslim immigration is surging, the native Spanish are slowly disappearing. Their birth rate is below the replacement number. Meanwhile, the Muslim birthrate is at least twice the native birthrate, and the number of Muslims has increased tenfold in the last 20 years.
“The greatest threat for Spain, Catalonia, and Europe is Muslim immigration,” Anglada told CBN News.