Thursday, November 12, 2020

Muslim Brotherhood in the Netherlands (2)

Hat tip Dagelijkse Standaard-Translation by Fousesquawk.


This is the latest in our series of translations from European sources regarding the presence and activities of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Europe. This is the second such article from the Netherlands and concerns a particular Muslim candidate for office who is suspected of being connected to the MB.

Naive idiot club Green-Left (party) puts Muslim Brotherhood-Islamist  as (candidate)- Spot number 9 on election list

-by Tim Engelbart, 12 November 2020

So they have succeeded: As a strictly secular, left party, they have placed Kauthar Bouchalikht, someone from the extreme-right Islamic hate club, Muslim Brotherhood, on place number 9 in the coming Parliamentary elections.

Give credit where credit is due: Carel Brendel, retired AD- journalist, discovered that the leftist secular and liberal Green-Left placed someone from the hard-hitting, extreme-right Muslim Brotherhood on an election list spot for the coming Parliamentary elections. Her name is Kauthar Bouchallikht, and she was vice-chair of the youth organization of this sharia club (MB).

"The candidate commission of the Green-Left has awarded a high candidate position in the coming Second Chamber elections to Kauthar Bouchallikht, the vice-chair of the youth and student organization of the Muslim Brothers. The celebratory biography makes no mention of this striking activity."

And no, that does not mean that the Green-Left has placed a terrorist on their list. But the MB is a fanatical and fundamentalist movement that attempts to bring about sharia and Islamic law through democracy. In France, President Macron has recently started warning against these crazy people, Brendel writes.

"Nevertheless, the MB is seen by many as a problematical political-religious movement, which would promote 'Islamic separatism' (according to French President Emmanuel Macron)  and in the longer term possibly more dangerous for democracy than Salafism (according to what the agency for Protection of the Constitution in the German state of Nordrhine-Westfalen reported.)"

So it is important that the Green-Left remove this girl from the election list. Or the ideals of the party should be changed to re-establishing the Netherlands as a theocratic, Islamic state. That is, naturally, also possible.

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