European AGENDA => of European COUNTRIES => Topic started by: Breadman on July 27, 2016, 12:59:28 AM

Title: Mosque Land given by Church Attacked by Deadly Islamic Terrorists killing Priest
Post by: Breadman on July 27, 2016, 12:59:28 AM
Mosque Land given by Church Attacked by Deadly Islamic Terrorists, cowardly Killing Priest +Wounding People

The Land on which was built a Mosque in recent years had been reportedly given by the Christian Church which was brutaly attacked now by 2 Islamic Terrorists who cowardly Murdered its Old Priest by cutting his throat, and wounded several People (one very seriously) while attending Mass at a Normandy village, #SaintEtienneDuRouvray .

According to his Parents, one of the Murderers had been "radicalized" swiftly, while attending his local Mosque, and was cought trying to travel to Turkey to join ISIS' armed gangs.


Title: Foreign Mosque Banned in Bulgaria+
Post by: Thunderbird on July 27, 2016, 04:06:57 AM
European Union Member Country Bulgaria wants to Ban Mosques and other Islamic Networks boosted by interferences of Foreigners, (particularly Turkey, etc) :


Bulgaria wants to ban foreign preachers


Bulgaria – The Patriotic Front filed changes to the Religious Dominations Act on Thursday. According to these changes, foreign citizens will be banned from preaching in Bulgaria, as well as preaching in any other language than Bulgarian.

The draft amendments also foresee banning foreign organizations, companies and citizens from providing funding or donating to Bulgarian religious denominations. Krasimir Karakachanov, one of the leaders of the Patriotic Front, said the changes are “aimed at putting an end to Turkey’s attempts to interfere in Bulgaria’s sovereign affairs through Muslim religious institutions”. He was referring to an agreement between Bulgaria and Turkey by which the Diyanet, the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs, funds Bulgaria’s Muslim religious schools.

“All the religious denominations in Bulgaria will be obliged to perform their sermons, rituals and statements only in Bulgarian,” Valeri Simeonov, the Front’s second leader, said on Thursday. Religions will be given one year to translate their books into Bulgarian.

Financially, the draft laws would ban not only foreign physical and legal entities from funding Bulgarian religious institutions, but also companies with foreign ownership and registered in Bulgaria. Also, using state funding for “illegal activities” by religious denominations will be sanctioned with prison terms of three to six years.

On June 23, a majority of MPs gave a green light on a first reading to changes to the penal code criminalizing the preaching of “radical Islam”.