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Monday, April 3, 2017

Booming mosques, closing churches in Londonistan

The mosque business is booming in London. No, not booming that way; in the building of new mosques.

Churches, on the other hand, are closing down like mom and pop video stores.

To date, there are 423 new mosques in London and 500 church closings. "London is more Islamic than many Muslim countries put together," said Maulana Syed Raza Rizvi, a leading Islamic preacher in "Londonistan," a name used by journalist Melanie Phillips.

Nobel Laureate in Literature Wole Soyinka refers to the UK as "a cesspit for Islamists."

London's mayor Sadiq Khan a guy who once called moderate muslims Uncle Toms, said after the Westminster attack, "Terrorists cannot stand London multiculturalism." Khan is a con artist--terrorists, i.e., Islamists, cannot stand anyone who does not follow sharia law as they do.

And in truth, it's British multiculturalists who are feeding the frenzy of Islamic fundamentalism.

The 423 new London mosques is proof of that as London's history of English Christianity stands in ruin.

The Egyptian community in London bought the Hyatt United Church and converted it into a mosque--and in a way, it's like a triumphal mosque where Muslims tear down a church after a war win and erect a mosque on top of it. 

St. Peter's Church has been converted into the Medina Mosque. The Brick Lane Mosque was built on a Methodist church. And more than just buildings, the converts to Islam has doubled, often by people who become radicalized, as with Khalid Masood, the Westminster terrorist.

And while attendance is way down in churches, the problem some mosques are having is with overcrowding. The Brune Street Estate mosque can accomodate 100 but there were so many people on Friday that they poured into the street and prayed. 

The way it looks now, Christianity is on its way out and Islam is taking over--in more ways than one.