Saturday, July 15, 2017

Muslim Museum Guard, Muslim Family Arrested in Giant Gold Coin Theft From Berlin Museum

The BBC calls the perps an “Arab crime family.” Uh huh. The New York Times doesn’t mention their ethnicity — only saying, “Around 300 German police officers and members of the special forces, heavily armed and wearing masks, made the four arrests on Wednesday, mostly in the Neukölln neighborhood, which is populated with large communities of immigrants and hipsters.”
Was it hipsters?

“We assume that the coin was sold, either complete or in parts,” Carsten Pfohl, a spokesman for the Berlin state criminal office, said at the news conference. “I unfortunately have relatively little hope that we will find the coin, even in pieces.”

Destroying art — a tenet of Islam. They were merely acting in accordance with the sharia.
Western museums are key targets in the jihad against the West.

Dr Warner explains:
“It is the purpose of Islam to destroy all art because it is Jahiliyyah” explains Dr. Bll Warner.  The attacker intended to damage or destroy some of the priceless works of art that are exhibited in the most renowned art museum in the world. His intent was to destroy the finest art of Western civilization.
Why art? Art that involves animals or humans is forbidden in the Sharia. Art is the work of Kafirs and is part of jahiliyya (civilization of ignorance). Islam annihilates a civilization piece by piece and leaves nothing of its native roots. Civilizational jihad destroys the very cultural history of every nation it comes into contact with.
We see the jihadist annihilation of museums and ancient architecture for the same reason. This civilizational war has been this way for 1400 years.
For those who study the Islamic theology and law, the attempt is no surprise. Islam mandates the destruction of art and other artifacts created by infidels, because they represent the jahiliyyah, the “time of ignorance” before Mohammed brought the word of Allah to his disciples.

 http://pamelageller.com/2017/07/art-jihad-berlin-museum.html/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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