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‘A New Era Of Chaos’: Arab Spring Yields To Muslim Winter … And It’s Here To Stay


We’ll all shiver during a frigid Winter knowing that we’ll be able to welcome the warmth of Spring in a few months, but the cold harsh reality that is the Muslim world isn’t going to change any time soon …

Qur’an Sura 18:26, “[Allah] maketh none to share in his government.”

By Paul Sheehan, SMH – “In France, more than 1000 cars were torched across the country on New Year’s Eve. It has become a tradition. As usual, the French media omitted to say most of the damage is done by young disaffected Muslim men and has become a form of protest.

In Iraq, the government has lost control of the city of Fallujah to the fundamentalist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, giving Islamists open control of a city for the first time since the US-led invasion in 2003. On Christmas Day, car bombs exploded outside three churches, killing 26 people and maiming 38, part of a campaign to remove Iraq’s rapidly decreasing Chaldean Christian population.

In Lebanon, a car bomb exploded in Beirut on Friday, killing or wounding dozens. The blast occurred outside offices of Hezbollah, the Islamic party embroiled in the civil war in Syria and committed to war with Israel.

In Syria, the anti-government uprising remains dominated by Sunni fundamentalists. Opposing them are Shiite fundamentalists deployed by Hezbollah. The civil war has deepened into a Sunni-Shiite schism. More than 100 Australian Muslims have gone to fight on both sides.

In Afghanistan, Islamic repression is increasing while the central government remains corrupt and isolated. It has drawn up a draft penal code in which article 21 calls for lashing or stoning to death for adultery and article 23 specifies the stoning should be in public.

In Egypt, violence continues as the military tightens its suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood. Fire-bombings of Coptic churches by Muslim extremists remain ongoing.

In Libya, a power vacuum exists in the capital and armed militias have divided control of the country.

In the Central African Republic, almost a million people have been displaced since the government was overthrown by Muslim rebels engaged in systemic violence against the Christian majority. Civil war has broken out.

In Somalia, the Muslim fundamentalist al-Shabab movement bombed a hotel in the capital last week.

In Iran, the government continues to move towards acquiring nuclear capacity and uses Hezbollah as a proxy for violence. Hezbollah is believed to have smuggled advanced guided-missile systems from Syria into Lebanon for use against Israel.

Collectively, these events – all recent – tell us something we don’t want to hear.

‘We have entered a new era of chaos, the Arab Spring has given way to the Muslim winter,’ Israel’s Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said during a recent visit to Sydney. ‘The Arab world has never been more unstable. The Muslim winter is here to stay.'” Read more.

Flashback: Terrorism Without End: ‘Islam … Is A War Machine Whose Ideas Lubricate The Recruitment’ – “There are many today who recognize that the Islamist ideology espoused by Al Qaeda and its ilk has metastasized since 9/11 throughout the Muslim world.  Unfortunately, the call to reality has largely fallen on the deaf ears of Western leadership. Nations can fight against armies, against a foe that is well defined, but a religious ideology that recognizes no borders, no limits, no definition of peace apart from its own is an ideology that no nation will ever defeat, and an ideology that will continue to become more mainstream each and every day until its fiery end at the epiphany of Christ Jesus in power and great glory …” Read more.

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