A message to our European Union leaders (elected or otherwise)
No more mosques in the European Union until we see churches, temples and synagogues in Mecca
SIOE is applying to hold a demonstration in Marseilles on Saturday 8th December 2007.
This is the closest Saturday to Saint Nicholas Day, which is widely celebrated in Southern France.
The application is in two stages and the first stage is underway.
Until the second stage is completed we are unable to give precise times and locations.
As in other European cities, a large mosque is planned to be built in Marseilles, which SIOE considers to be one of the many tactics used in the Islamisation of Europe.
Many Islamist projects are known to have been funded by Saudi Arabia, which as the world knows, forbids any other religion within its borders.
Indeed, non-Muslims are not even allowed to travel in a large part of Saudi Arabia and are prevented from practising their religion in a purpose-built place of worship.
In fact, if any non-Muslim is caught demonstrating his/her own religion in the slightest way, he/she faces deportation, imprisonment or worse.
The European Union proclaims itself to be a bastion of freedom and tolerance, but such principles should extend beyond the borders of this “Union of nations”.
Instead we see an encroachment of Islamism on our ways of life with no reciprocity in Islamic countries, which are increasingly gravitating towards the Saudi Arabian Islamist philosophy.
Increasingly we see non-Islamic religious artefacts being destroyed or vandalised in Islamic countries.
Our European Union leaders should be demanding that Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia build Buddhist temples on their soil, rather than blowing up Buddhist statues.
Bridge building does not mean non-Islamic countries dumping mosques, often huge ones, all over Europe.
It also means Islamic countries building Hindu and Buddhist temples, synagogues, churches and other non-Islamic places of worship within their borders.
The SIOE Marseilles demonstration is to peacefully protest against the large mosque planned for the city being built.