The radical Islamic president of the Islamic Central Council of Switzerland (IZRS), Nicolas Abdullah Blancho (photo) is garnering more and more followers. The Muslim Community of Biel, comprising a school and eight mosques, has already decided to join the IZRS. This is the first time for an association of mosques to join the council which was founded in 2009 and wishes to replace Swiss law with Sharia. Of the Blancho followers, 60 percent are male, Swiss passport holders, and under 35 years old.
Around 60 percent of the members have a Swiss passport, and most of them come from immigrant families. Only right around 10 percent of the IZRS members are converts. Astonishing is the age of the members: around 80 percent are younger than 35.
Islamization has meanwhile also settled into the Swiss Army in which young men from the extremist target group of this age bracket are required to serve:
The Swiss Army newly regulates association with non-Christian defense personnel by use of bulletins. Besides the normal mealtime fare such as pork it regulates the prayer times as well. The Muslim in camouflage is supposed to bow to Mecca only once daily. …
In the meantime in certain recruiting schools around every tenth soldier that joins is a Muslim. The kitchen serves them alternative menus. Self-catering is also possible.
And along with the IZRS, with whom not only social help case workers, but also doctors, daycare workers, and teachers have long been members, the Milli Görüs Association has also stretched out their arms to Switzerland. They already run a mosque in the Thurgau Canton.
(Contributors: Kokosmakrönchen and die Realität / Translation: Anders Denken)