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Geert Wilders Launches anti-Mosque Website


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Wilders launches anti-mosque website

Geert Wilders has launched a new website, MoskNee (MosqueNo), which aims to offer advice to non-Muslims who want to mount a legal challenge to plans for a new mosque in their area. The site claims:

“Netherlands is not an Islamic country and should never be. Yet we see the influence of Islam increase hand over hand…. Under the influence of the fast-growing Muslim population – around 1 million people in 2013 – the number of mosques has increased sharply. Netherlands now has more than 450…. What would be nice is a Netherlands without mosques. The PVV therefore says: enough is enough. As far as we are concerned there will be no more mosque in Netherlands.”

In an interview with Algemeen Dagblad Wilders states that “the mosque is a symbol of an ideology of hatred, violence and oppression” and that ideally the PVV would like to ban mosques from the Netherlands altogether. However, this has proved legally impossible, so the PVV has adopted a different approach. The purpose of the initiative is to promote “more resistance to the Islamisation of the Netherlands”, Wilders explains. He also admits that MoskNee has been set up in conscious imitation of Gavin Boby‘s Law and Freedom Foundation (aka Mosquebusters) in the UK.


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  • Solid Snake

    no, your fine. It was just two comments that were in reply to me. I would see a notification that someone replied to me and when I go check it has been deleted. One was by Judith on this thread and another was elsewhere. Its fine though, I was just curious.

  • I’m sorry, Solid Snake. I just saw this comment. What was deleted? Whose reply?

    I can check for you. Sometimes Disqus is a little wonky.

  • Fear and hatred of Muslims I guess is one of the biggest reasons. One of the biggest contradicts in the “counter Jihad” in fact probably the biggest contradiction is how some many of them claim to be pro freedom, including religious freedom, and at the same time come out trying to pass special laws that specifically discriminate against Muslims, and even go so far in many cases as to insist the state should outright ban Islam.

  • Leftwing_Muslim_Alliance

    maybe it had links to stupidity 😉
    Sir David

  • Solid Snake

    Why was the comment in reply to me deleted? This is the second time that has happened. Can you tell my why, Ilisha?

  • Sam Seed

    On hindsight you are right. I take it back.

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  • Leftwing_Muslim_Alliance

    also to build a mosque you would have to demolish either a church or a church building as there is very little space to build a telephone box never mind a mosque. There is no protestent church either

  • Just_Stopping_By

    Sam: Actually, that’s not really a fair question. Vatican City lies within Rome, which does have a mosque only a few miles away according to mapquest. I would be upset if a large city like Rome had not allowed mosques to be built, but I wouldn’t expect to see a mosque or a synagogue in a relatively small area with a population of about 800 people, all of whom work for the Catholic Church.

  • Sam Seed

    How many mosques are there in the Vatican?

  • Being able to practice one’s religion freely including building houses of worship, is not a perk. If it was, how would you complain when Islamophobes like Wilders tried to deny or in some cases even successfully denied Muslims the right to build Mosques in a non Muslim country?

  • I couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • Its true that Some Muslim nations have little to no tolerance for people who leave the faith, but if we don’t oppose bigotry against Muslims in non Muslim countries, we won’t be able to condemn them for violating the rights of ex Muslims without looking like hypocrites.

  • Than you should condemn the OIC for being hypocrites. However when you wrote, “How many Churches, Temples, Synagogues etc in the country where the OIC is based? A little give and take wouldn’t go amiss” in the context that you did, you kind of made it sound like you were defending Wilders. I’m glad to know now that you don’t support him, but if you wanted to bring them up and their hypocrisy, you should have done so in another way.

  • Even if the people behind the OIC are hypocrites, and they are, if
    they’re demanding that Muslims be allowed to practice their faith freely
    in the name of religious freedom, but don’t have a problem with Muslim
    majority nations violating the rights of religious minorities, Wilder’s views are hardly marginalized enough here for him not to have an effect. He maybe more marginalize than he once was, but he still has far too much support.

  • Cosmic Atheist

    “The Islamic world has a long history of
    tolerance for minorities”

    But when will they show tolerance towards apostates and allow true freedom when it comes to religious conversion?

  • Solid Snake

    Marginalized? Are you serious? Wilders shares the same mindset with a plethora of powerful organizations, politicians, media personalities, and militant groups throughout the West. You have to understand, the Islamophobia movement does not just consist of isolated individuals but is a worldwide network with generous funding to sustain them for a very long time. The only difference is that they don’t make the news as much as Saudi Arabia does.

  • Judith

    I want all countries to be equally tolerant. The OIC don’t.

    Wilders is a marginalised politician in a small country. Saudi Arabia fund their intolerant ideology all over the world.

  • Judith

    Because the OIC is based in a country where freedom of religion is illegal.

  • Zakariya Ali Sher

    None. And yet, time and time again, the Islamophobes conflate Islam with being ‘brown.’ There is an awful lot of anti-Arab, anti-Indian and anti-Middle Eastern racism wrapped up in the anti-Muslim movement. Hell, Wilders and his cohorts constantly are calling for an ‘end to immigration from Muslim countries,’ so apparently they do believe Islam to be linked to certain races.

  • Zakariya Ali Sher

    Well, many do, so yeah. Of course, what you leave out is that bigots like Wilders don’t just want to ban mosques. They want to ban Islam altogether, along with people’s right to practice their religion in private. Banning mosques, halal food and Islamic garb is only part of their ultimate goal. Also, lets not forget Wilders’ calls to ban immigration from ‘Muslim countries.’

  • Zakariya Ali Sher

    In Saudi Arabia. The same country that also denies its Shi’a minority, and even oppresses non-Wahhabi Sunnis. Hardly a great example there. Do you know how many churches and synagogues there are in countries like Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Algeria, Morocco, Azerbaijan, Albania, Senegal, Mali, Indonesia, Pakistan, Turkey, Palestine and dozens more? You guys are so hung up about Saudi Arabia, yet you intentionally ignore the rest of the Muslim world. I wonder why…

  • Zakariya Ali Sher

    Yeah, and? That just proves that the Maldives is discriminating against fellow Muslims. It’s hardly unique. Countries like Uzbekistan and Malaysia have also denied Shi’a Islam. The key difference is that the Netherlands claims to be a multi-ethnic democracy with freedom of religion. Wilders goes against the Dutch traditions of tolerance in favor of… well his own brand of totalitarianism.

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