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Dec 03 2023

Call of the Muezzin Opens German Christmas Market

In Germany, traditional Christmas markets are opening. It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas — Christmas in Istanbul:

Via Allah’s Willing Executioners:

In Karlstadt, a tranquil little town in Franconia, the Andreasmarkt took place on November 26, which this year was intended to bring visitors closer to Islam.

Because that’s what Christmas is all about nowadays.

After the opening, the event continued in the spirit of oriental-Islamic customs: relevant Muslim prayer practices were presented on stage, for example the postures in which symbolic submission should take place.

Christian Christmas carols were completely dispensed with at the advertised “pre-Christmas flea market”, with a children’s choir performing Muslim songs instead.

Speaking of Istanbul, it was the capital of the Christian world for many centuries. But then the Byzantine empire fell to Islam — like Germany is doing, except it put up a fight.

At least the Karlstadt Christmas market might be spared an Islamic terror attack, like the truck bomb that killed 12 in Berlin a few years ago, and the plot intended to “kill as many as possible” at the Cologne Christmas market that was just foiled.


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